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Workers uncovered a tar mat weighing some 18,000 kilograms just offshore of a natural barrier island in Louisiana in the summer of 2013. Although...

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Astrobiology—the study of extraterrestrial life—has made great strides since its 1960s origins, when the evolutionary biologist George Gaylord Simpson derided it as “a science...

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Unlike porcupines, dogs are a relatively hands-on (actually, paws-on) species, both with one another and with us. YouTube has numerous videos of dogs essentially...

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Psychology researchers have recently found themselves engaged in a bout of statistical soul-searching. In apparently the first such move ever for a scientific journal...

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When sperm meets egg not every match is a winning one. That is particularly true in the petri dishes of the scientific dating game...

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After launching a payload into space from Cape Canaveral, Fla. this afternoon, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket almost landed in the history books when its...

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Telomeres are parts of chromosomes that protect the ends of the chromosomes. They’re often likened to the aglets at the ends of shoelaces. And...

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Telomeres are parts of chromosomes that protect the ends of the chromosomes. They’re often likened to the aglets at the ends of shoelaces. And...

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For one monstrous parasitic flower, it is reeking of rotten meat; among other odd creatures, it is a wide array of otherworldly adaptations that...

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Body odor. The smell of BO is unmistakable. And the culprit behind that signature stench is a molecule called thioalcohol. Our noses are so...