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How to make organ transplants last
SCIENCE-NEWS New strategies aim to help transplant recipients keep their organs healthy with fewer (or no) immune suppressing drugs. 13 hours
DNA differences are linked to having same-sex sexual partners
SCIENCE-NEWS Genetic differences are associated with choosing same-sex partners in both men and women. 1 day
New therapies pack a triple-drug punch to treat cystic fibrosis
SCIENCE-NEWS In testing, a triple-drug therapy significantly improved lung function in cystic fibrosis patients with the most common disease-causing mutation. 2 days
In a first, scientists spot what may be lungs in an ancient bird fossil
SCIENCE-NEWS Possible traces of lungs preserved with a 120-million-year-old bird fossil could represent a respiratory system similar to that of modern... 2 days
50 years ago, the safety of artificial sweeteners was fiercely debated
SCIENCE-NEWS Scientists are still learning more about the health effects of chemical sweeteners 2 days
Artificial intelligence crowdsources data to speed up drug discovery
SCIENCE-NEWS A new AI that judges whether drugs will interact with certain proteins can train on data from multiple sources while keeping that info secret. 3 days
More tornadoes are popping up east of the Mississippi
SCIENCE-NEWS Tornadoes are becoming slightly less frequent in Tornado Alley, while more are touching down further east in the United States, a study suggests. 3 days
The water system that helped Angkor rise may have also brought its fall
SCIENCE-NEWS A complex water system magnified flooding’s disruption of the medieval Cambodian city of Angkor. 4 days
Dandelion seeds create a bizarre whirlpool in the air to fly
SCIENCE-NEWS Researchers have deciphered the physics underlying dandelion flight. 4 days
These ancient mounds may not be the earliest fossils on Earth after all
SCIENCE-NEWS A new analysis suggests that tectonics, not microbes, formed cone-shaped structures in 3.7-billion-year-old rock. 4 days
What the electron’s near-perfect roundness means for new physics
SCIENCE-NEWS The electron remains stubbornly round, meaning we may need to build beyond the Large Hadron Collider to find physics outside of the standard model. 4 days
A mysterious polio-like disease has sickened as many as 127 people in the U.S.
SCIENCE-NEWS Medical experts are trying to trace the cause of 62 confirmed cases of acute flaccid myelitis this year. 5 days
An ancient child’s ‘vampire burial’ included steps to prevent resurrection
SCIENCE-NEWS A 10-year-old skeleton in a Roman cemetery had a stone placed in its mouth to prevent the youngster from rising from the dead, a study finds. 5 days
To unravel autism’s mysteries, one neuroscientist looks at the developing brain
SCIENCE-NEWS Autism researcher Kevin Pelphrey focuses on understanding signs of the disorder in the developing brain, which could shed light on the condition. 5 days
People who have a good sense of smell are also good navigators
SCIENCE-NEWS A sense of smell and a sense of direction are tangled in the brain, a new study finds. 5 days
Explore the history of blood from vampires to the ‘Menstrual Man’
SCIENCE-NEWS Rose George’s book ‘Nine Pints’ offers readers an engaging and insightful cultural and scientific history of blood. 5 days
In cadaver caves, baby beetles grow better with parental goo
SCIENCE-NEWS A dead mouse — with the right microbial treatment from beetle parents — becomes a much better nursery than your average carcass. 6 days
Add beer to the list of foods threatened by climate change
SCIENCE-NEWS Barley crops around the world will be threatened by drought and heat 6 days
How nectar bats fly nowhere
SCIENCE-NEWS VIDEO Exquisitely sensitive tech makes first direct measurements of the forces of bat wingbeats. 6 days
We’re probably undervaluing healthy lakes and rivers
SCIENCE-NEWS Clean water legislation often doesn’t seem like a good deal on paper. Here’s why that may be misleading. 1 week
Genealogy databases could reveal the identity of most Americans
SCIENCE-NEWS Keeping your DNA private is getting harder. 1 week
The Neil Armstrong biopic ‘First Man’ captures early spaceflight's terror
SCIENCE-NEWS At a time when NASA is considering how to return astronauts to the moon, ‘First Man’ is a sobering reminder of how risky the first giant leap was. 1 week
Hundreds of dietary supplements are tainted with potentially harmful drugs
SCIENCE-NEWS Most dietary supplements tainted with pharmaceutical drugs were marketed for sexual enhancement, weight loss or muscle building. 1 week
Self-driving cars see better with cameras that mimic mantis shrimp vision
SCIENCE-NEWS VIDEO A new type of camera that sees in polarized light across a wide range of light intensities could help make self-driving cars safer on the road. 1 week
The first observed wimpy supernova may have birthed a neutron star duo
SCIENCE-NEWS Scientists have spotted a faint, fast supernova for the first time, possibly explaining how pairs of dense stellar corpses called neutron stars form. 1 week
Gene editing creates mice with two biological dads for the first time
SCIENCE-NEWS Scientists have used CRISPR/Cas9 to make mice with two biological fathers. 1 week
See these dazzling images of a growing mouse embryo
SCIENCE-NEWS VIDEO A new microscope creates intimate home movies of mice embryos taking shape, and could shed light on the mysterious process of mammalian development. 1 week
Here’s what’s unusual about Hurricane Michael
SCIENCE-NEWS Warm Gulf waters were the engine behind Hurricane Michael’s quick intensification. 2 weeks
If the past is a guide, Hubble’s new trouble won’t doom the space telescope
SCIENCE-NEWS Hubble is in safe mode, but astronomers are optimistic that the observatory will keep working. 2 weeks
What bees did during the Great American Eclipse
SCIENCE-NEWS A rare study of bees during a total solar eclipse finds that the insects buzzed around as usual — until totality. 2 weeks
50 years ago, a 550-year-old seed sprouted
SCIENCE-NEWS Old seeds can sprout new plants even after centuries of dormancy. 2 weeks
These light-loving bacteria may survive surprisingly deep underground
SCIENCE-NEWS Traces of cyanobacteria DNA suggest that the microbes live deep below Earth’s surface. 2 weeks
Nearly 2 million U.S. adult nonsmokers vape
SCIENCE-NEWS A new study finds that an estimated 1.9 million U.S. adult nonsmokers use e-cigarettes, highlighting worries that the devices are addictive. 2 weeks
‘Sawbones’ invites readers to laugh at the bizarre history of medicine
SCIENCE-NEWS ‘The Sawbones Book,’ based on the popular podcast by Dr. Sydnee and Justin McElroy, ties the strange history of modern medicine to modern pseudoscience. 2 weeks
How your brain is like a film editor
SCIENCE-NEWS A brain structure called the hippocampus may slice our continuous existence into discrete chunks that can be stored as memories. 2 weeks
The economics of climate change and tech innovation win U.S. pair a Nobel
SCIENCE-NEWS Climate change and tech innovations inspired the new Nobel Memorial Prize winners in Economic Sciences. 2 weeks
Spiky ice spires may stud the equator of Jupiter’s moon Europa
SCIENCE-NEWS Fields of jagged ice spires, if they exist, could affect where future spacecraft land on the Jovian moon. 2 weeks
Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees versus 2 has big benefits, the IPCC says
SCIENCE-NEWS A new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change compares the impact of warming targets on extreme weather, sea... 2 weeks
New study may provide clues to how birds began to fly
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Chandra and ALMA measure speed of sloshing gas in galaxy cluster
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Chandra and ALMA measure speed of sloshing gas in galaxy cluster
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New data tool can help scientists use limited funds to protect the greatest number of endangered species
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Breast Cancer as a Dynamic Disease
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A revolutionary treatment for allergies to peanuts and other foods is going mainstream—but do the benefits outweigh the risks?
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New material, manufacturing process use sun's heat for cheaper renewable electricity
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How a group of school students discovered the sounds of solar storms
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How a group of school students discovered the sounds of solar storms
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People don't automatically follow political party cues on every issue, study finds
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VIDEO: 5,000 robots merge to map the universe in 3-D
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Elucidating cuttlefish camouflage
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Cases of Acute Flaccid Myelitis on the rise across U.S.
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