Science

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By Adrian Cho Many observers hoped Senate budgetmakers would oppose cuts to the Department of Energy's (DOE's) basic and applied research programs proposed by the White...

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By Sarah Wild Designs for the world’s largest radio telescope have been scaled back to save money — a decision that astronomers say could affect...

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By Lee Billings Not all planets have a home. For decades, astronomers and science fiction authors alike have speculated about orphaned orbs cast adrift from...

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By Joe Rao It seems that everyone is eagerly awaiting the shady drama that will be enacted in the skies over North America on Aug....

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By Kenneth Chang The equations that describe the universe at the smallest and largest scales — how the tiniest elementary particles dance, how the space-time...

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By Bertha Vazquez As a science teacher in Miami-Dade, I am disheartened by Florida’s CS/HB 989. This law extends citizens’ right to challenge what’s taught...

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By Craig A. Foster The Denver Post recently featured an article about Coloradans who believe that the Earth is flat. As if that wasn’t surprising enough, some...

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By Mike Wall You can now feast your eyes on the first up-close photos of Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot ever taken. On Monday night (July 10), NASA's...

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By Heidi Ledford External advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have thrown their support behind a therapy that genetically engineers a patient’s own...

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By Jeanna Bryner One of the largest icebergs ever recorded, packing about a trillion tons of ice or enough to fill up two Lake Eries,...