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Scientific American’s Dina Maron talks with Keiji Fukuda, assistant director-general for health security at the World Health Organization, about the current Ebola outbreak, the...

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In the 2020s, NASA’s human spaceflight program will revolve around sending astronauts to high lunar orbit to study a small boulder robotically plucked from...

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The Ebola virus that has killed more than 10,000 people in west Africa wrought a massive and costly international response. Yet more than a...

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Most carbon dioxide that travels from your muscles to your lungs for exhalation does so not as CO2 proper, but as part of bicarbonate:...

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A stunning photo went viral over the weekend, revealing a supertide that turned an 11th century French abbey that is usually surrounded by sheep...

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A stunning photo went viral over the weekend, revealing a supertide that turned an 11th century French abbey that is usually surrounded by sheep...

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The world changes a little faster these days. As concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere tick up year over year, more and more...

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Teotihuacán in central Mexico is an archaeological site, a cultural landmark and a tourist attraction, best known for its pyramids and plaza. But nearly...

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It's been a light year for tornadoes in the U.S.—just a few dozen so far. By this time in 2011, a notoriously deadly tornado...

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The oceans are in crisis. Next to climate change, disappearing ocean life is probably the world’s greatest environmental calamity. And unlike most of our...