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By Jeff Foust WASHINGTON — A NASA Earth science satellite whose mission is ending this week will remain in orbit through the middle of the...

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By New Scientist staff and Press Association A quadriplegic man in the US has been able to use his right arm and hand again after...

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By Sid Perkins Huge ripples in Earth’s atmosphere called Rossby waves help to steer the planet's jet streams and weather patterns. Now, a study in...

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By Henry Fountain SAINT-PAUL-LEZ-DURANCE, France — At a dusty construction site here amid the limestone ridges of Provence, workers scurry around immense slabs of concrete...

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By Timothy Cama Republicans on the House Science Committee are planning a hearing next week to challenge mainstream climate science conclusions. The committee, chaired by Rep....

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By Lawrence M. Krauss Scientists throughout the country across a wide spectrum of fields, from biochemists to physicists, are bemoaning the potentially devastating impact on...

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By Anne McLaughlin, Alicia McGill, and Matt Shipman A recent study by North Carolina State University researchers finds that teaching critical thinking skills in a humanities course significantly...

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By IFTIKHAR A. KHAN ISLAMABAD: The foreign ministry would circulate a comprehensive strategy paper dealing with legal and technical issues regarding blasphemous content on the social...

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By Helen Briggs The scale of "fake research" in the UK appears to have been underestimated, a BBC investigation suggests. Official data points to about 30...

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By Larry Greenemeier Imagine if every conversation you had was like speaking with someone in a foreign language that you only partially understood. Your conversations—to...