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Scientists studying the behavior of bees during the 2017 total solar eclipse were rather surprised by what they found. [Read More]
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Two male penguins at a Sydney aquarium have not only coupled up, they've become foster parents to an egg after initial signs of incubating a... [Read More]
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An international team of researchers turned to one of the ocean's smallest creatures in order to understand how climate change will affect the world's mari... [Read More]
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In order to reduce the rates of serious birth defects, all flour sold in the UK will now be fortified with folic acid. The announcement... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump has accused climate scientists of following a "political agenda," adding 'I don't think it's a hoax, I think there's probably a diff... [Read More]
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Satellites that spit plasma at space junk could protect low Earth orbit now we have demonstrated it is possible while keeping the source in balance. [Read More]
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A combination of how we're taught math at school and our fixed mindsets could explain why so many people have trouble understanding statistics. [Read More]
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A new study has estimated that extreme drought and heatwaves sparked by climate change could result in sharp falls in beer consumption and surges in... [Read More]
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Doctors working in England, Scotland, and Wales will be able to prescribe cannabis-derived medicine, starting November 1. [Read More]
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and now it has the privilege of being New Zealand's 2018 Bird o... [Read More]
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Ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause for Andrew Wakefield, winner of this year's "Rusty Razor" award for pseudoscience and bad critical thinking, pres... [Read More]
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Tylosaurs may have used their bony snouts to ram into their prey, just like orcas do. [Read More]
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Researchers may have just answered one of the age-old questions of how T. rex hunted its prey. It would seem they were a lot more... [Read More]
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What can you do as an individual to help limit warming to 1.5°C? The most important thing is to vote. [Read More]
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This week, leaders from 80 nations came together at London's Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference, announcing that wildlife trafficking is a crime that should... [Read More]
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The Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) has revealed images from its third rover on the asteroid Ryugu as part of its Hayabusa-2 mission. [Read More]
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A new study has found that 60 percent of the US population with European heritage could be identified in a similar way using data from... [Read More]
Tags: European - DNA - Kits
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A team from Clemson University think they are only a few steps from the full-scale industrial production of self-healing polymers. [Read More]
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Bearded dragons have a sleep state that resembles the one humans have when we dream, but Argentine tegus, while having two different sleep states, have... [Read More]
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Here's an unsettling fact to think about: most people really suck at telling if they are being lied to. This is according to a new... [Read More]
Tags: Suck - Telling - Lied
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