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By Lou Del Bello A little striped fish that lives among rocks in Lake Tanganyika in East Africa has the unexpected ability to recognise individual...

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By Dina Fine Maron Amid a drug crisis that kills 91 people in the U.S. each day, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has asked Congress to help roll...

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By David Grimm Hercules and Leo are only 11 years old, but they’ve already come close to retiring twice. The two chimpanzees, born and raised...

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By Sara Reardon Roy Perlis is done with clinical research. The psychiatrist at the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has led about 20 clinical trials on...

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By Michael Shermer Graham Hancock is an audacious autodidact who believes that long before ancient Mesopotamia, Babylonia and Egypt there existed an even more glorious...

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By Elisabeth Pain Just a few hours after President Donald Trump announced on 1 June that the United States was withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, French...

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By Jason Samenow Multiple scientific assessments have concluded that man-made climate change is real and poses risks to human health and the environment. Even so,...

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By Colin Barras Has our species been hiding its real age? Fossils found in Morocco suggest the Homo sapiens lineage became distinct as early as 350,000 years...

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By Alexandra Witze The Hubble Space Telescope has spotted light bending because of the gravity of a nearby white dwarf star — the first time astronomers...

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By Erin Ross For hungry fish, corals make a difficult meal: venomous, coated with mucus and embedded in a razor-sharp, calcified skeleton. But one species,...