Science

Science

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By Fiona MacDonald Black holes are vast, matter-annihilating objects that seem to defy physics by their very existence. They're so weird, that when Albert Einstein's equations...

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By Christine Gorman It’s hard to know what President-elect Donald J. Trump will do on scientific issues, since he has not gone into much detail on the stump....

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By David Cyranoski A Chinese group has become the first to inject a person with cells that contain genes edited using the revolutionary CRISPR–Cas9 technique. On...

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By Lindsay Dodgson The Federal Trade Commission issued a statement this month which said that homeopathic remedies have to be held to the same standard...

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By Ian Sample A leading psychologist whose research on human memory exposed her to death threats, lawsuits, personal abuse and a campaign to have her...

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By Pat Johnson On Sunday night, I nabbed a couple of the last seats at the Chan Centre to hear in person two of the...

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By Phys.org Staff Australia shifts and tilts back and forth by several millimeters each year because of changes to the Earth's center of mass, according...

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By Matthew Weaver Bernie Sanders has urged millions of progressives “to mobilise and fight back at every instance” against Donald Trump’s presidency. In a post-election interview...

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By Dave Mosher Astronomers have used a powerful mountaintop observatory to record three of the most detailed photos yet of infant solar systems and their...