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By Sam Wong Gone today, hair tomorrow. Soon after an underwater volcano erupted and wiped out all nearby life forms, hardy bacteria moved in and...

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By Tod R. Lauer Two years ago this coming July, the long journey of NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft to Pluto was approaching its end. Years...

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By Ann Gibbons NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA—A remarkably complete skeleton introduced in 2010 as “the best candidate” for the immediate ancestor of our genus Homo may...

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By Sara Reardon, Nicky Phillips, Alison Abbott, Barbara Casassus, Ewen Callaway, Alexandra Witze, Corie Lok & Emiliano Rodriguez Mega Tens of thousands of people will gather...

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By Jon Cohen A new World Health Organization (WHO) report chops the estimated number of people around the world living with the liver-damaging hepatitis C...

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By Elie Dolgin Leonid Mirny swivels in his office chair and grabs the power cord for his laptop. He practically bounces in his seat as he...

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By Chelsea Whyte and Lisa Grossman The March for Science is set for tomorrow, when thousands are expected to descend on the National Mall in...

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By Lawrence Krauss Shortly after the inauguration of Donald Trump as President, it was announced that a March for Science would be held Washington DC...

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By Angus Chen If you believe budtender wisdom, consuming a strain called Bubba Kush should leave you ravenous and relaxed whereas dank Hippie Chicken should...

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By Robert F. Service Martin Burke is a tad envious. A chemist at the University of Illinois in Urbana, Burke has watched funding agencies back...