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By Phys.org Staff By following honeyguides, a species of bird, people in Africa are able to locate bees' nests to harvest honey. Research now reveals...

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By Nicholas Wade A surprisingly specific genetic portrait of the ancestor of all living things has been generated by scientists who say that the likeness...

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By Kate Lyons People suffering from heart disease have been offered hope by a new study that suggests damaged tissue could be regenerated through a...

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By Ed Yong Around 10 million years ago, a population of African apes diverged down two paths. One lineage gave rise to gorillas. The other...

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In the 1960s and 70s, a revolution took place in the way we understand human nature. Out went Marx and Freud, and in came...

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By Ben Adler Donald Trump’s big speech at the Republican convention on Thursday didn’t contain a single reference to the environment or climate change. It was...

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Welcome to the This Week in Science where we curate the most important and most interesting stories from science and technology each week. Powered...

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By Steph Yin The internet is often called the “World Wide Web,” but it’s not actually accessible to residents of a large portion of the...

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By Adrienne LaFrance If humans paused to marvel at each of the technological miracles that shape our understanding of the universe in 2016, we would...

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By Ed Yong Salmonella bacteria are best known as a causes of food poisoning and typhoid fever. Every year, they sicken millions of people. But...