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This portion of the article has been posted here with permission. Dawkins has a new book out called Science in the Soul, a collection of...

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By Thom Hoffman Polar bears are ditching seafood in favour of scrambled eggs, as the heat rises in the Arctic melting the sea ice. A...

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By Sandrine Ceurstemont Hear them roar. Lionfish have been recorded making sounds for the first time. Decoding these sounds could create an insight into secret lives...

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By Erik Stokstad This week’s news that Australian customs officers incinerated irreplaceable plant specimens has shocked botanists around the world, and left many concerned about...

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By Sarah McQuate The discovery of a whale fossil dating back to 36.4 million years ago has filled in a gaping hole in the evolution of...

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By David Cyranoski In 2013, Huang Song walked into a printing shop in northwestern Beijing and stumbled upon evidence of a brazen and widespread criminal enterprise....

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By Matthew Hutson The words “robotic exoskeleton” probably bring to mind futuristic soldiers and sci-fi flicks like Aliens, Iron Man, or The Wrong Trousers. But...

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By Heidi Ledford Deep in the basement archives of London's Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children reside the patient records that cancer researcher Sam Behjati hopes...

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By Kenneth Chang In February, astronomers announced the discovery of a nearby star with seven Earth-size planets, and at least some of the planets seemed...

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By Colin Barras It’s the cave that keeps on giving. Almost four years ago, researchers recovered 1500 ancient human bones and teeth from a rocky...