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By Lois Parshley   Police drove through Kroo Bay this morning, past the open sewers and snuffling pigs, yelling at people to go inside—largely to no...

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By Irene Klotz   A NASA spacecraft designed to investigate how Mars lost its water is expected to put itself into orbit around the Red Planet...

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By Fiona MacDonald Photosynthesis is the crucial process by which plants convert sunlight, water and air into energy and food - and scientists from the US...

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Photo Credit: NASA, ESA, D. Coe, G. Bacon (STScI) By Charles Q. Choi Astronomers have just discovered the smallest known galaxy that harbors a huge, supermassive black...

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By Jyoti Madhusoodanan   Amid new teachers and first homework assignments, the start of the school year often brings sniffles, coughs, and other signs of infectious...

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By Science Daily   The human response to unfairness evolved in order to support long-term cooperation, according to a research team from Georgia State University and...

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By Megan Gambino Since seeing his first diatom arrangement—an intricate pattern of algae crafted by German microscopist J.D. Möller—Matthew Killip has been enthralled with the...

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By Science Daily Franek Hasiuk grabbed a little red ball and said it's not every day you pick up Mars. But there it was, a Mars...

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By Bec Crew When a woman checked herself into the PLA General Hospital in China's Shandong Province, she reported symptoms of dizziness and nausea. She’d...

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By Roger Harrabin The ozone layer that shields the earth from cancer-causing ultraviolet rays is showing early signs of thickening after years of depletion, a UN...