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By Amy Maxmen After 20 years of trying, scientists have transformed mature cells into primordial blood cells that regenerate themselves and the components of blood. The...

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By Steph Yin Elizabeth Hunt Burrett, a mother from Australia, experienced a moment with an orangutan while breast-feeding her son at Melbourne Zoo last year. As...

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By John Schwartz Lawyers and scientists do not always get along, but some are now finding common cause in an effort to defend the integrity...

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By Ethan Siegel “When we have found how the nucleus of atoms is built up we shall have found the greatest secret of all — except life.” -Ernest...

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By Jennifer Couzin-Frankel As summer turned to fall in 2015, Ulrich Wagner was glued to the news, watching decades of his social psychology research play...

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By Alexandra Witze In the heavily fished waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the red snapper has made a notable comeback. Strict US government regulations have...

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By New Scientist UK charities that provide complementary and alternative medicines fear losing their charitable status over possible measures that will raise the bar for...

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By Traci Watson Blackened and irregular, the prehistoric beads found in a centuries-old Illinois grave don’t look like anything special. But the latest analysis1 shows that...

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By Lindzi Wessel News flash: Citizens of the United States are divided over politics. And that divisive spirit was not shaken by the tens of...

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By Amy Maxmen An outbreak of the Ebola virus has emerged in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the World Health Organization (WHO) said on...