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Scientists accidentally created a scalable, efficient process to convert CO2 into ethanol.
Tasmanian Devil's milk could be the killer ingredient in war on superbugs.
Silkworms Spin Super-Silk After Eating Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
The maximum lifespan of humans is fixed and subject to natural constraints. With rare exceptions no one has lived beyond 115 years.
Climate Change And The Astrobiology Of The Anthropocene
U.S. adds first bees to endangered species list
Update the Nobel Prizes
The World Passes 400 PPM Threshold. Permanently.
Cats sailed with Vikings to conquer the world, genetic study reveals
Life "not as we know it" might be possible on Saturn's moon Titan. Bring on the methane.
DNA analysis reveals there are four distinct giraffe species, not one as previously thought.
Watch as Bacteria Evolve Antibiotic Resistance in a Gigantic Petri Dish
Biomimicry: 5 really weird animals that have inspired science and tech, including the pangolin...
It took centuries, but we now know the size of the Universe.
Scientists find 3.7 billion-year-old fossil, oldest yet
How Science Can Help Get Out the Vote
Discovery reveals evolutionary path from fins to fingers
Pulling consecutive all-nighters makes some brain areas groggier. Problem solving and concentration become sluggish when sleep-deprived.
A new "bed-of-nails" nano-surface selectively rips apart bacteria and leaves animal cells alone.
Birds can sleep while flying.
Dear Science: Why can’t we just get rid of all the mosquitoes?
A crowdsourced study of 450,000 customers of 23andMe has uncovered the first major trove of genetic clues to the cause of depression.
Could Nanotechnology End Hunger?
How Much Exercise Do You Need to Make Up For Sitting All Day?
Meet Luca, the Ancestor of All Living Things
Cougars can kill hundreds of deer over the course of their lives; restoring them to 19 states could prevent automobile-deer collisions.
How a Guy From a Montana Trailer Park Overturned 150 Years of Biology about Lichens
Cinnamon is good for memory improvement. Or is it?
Biomedical Scientist Teaches You How to Never Have a Serious Poison Ivy Rash Again
Some earthquakes on San Andreas fault are triggered by gravitational tug of sun and moon
Why Brexit may be a deadly experiment for science
The billion dollar brain training industry is a sham. It is nothing but a placebo, according to a scientific study.
Scientists have developed a new kind of bio-ink which contains stem cells and allows 3D printing of a living tissue.
Robotic ray is part animal, part machine, built from 200,000 genetically engineered heart muscle cells...
The Science Behind Fireworks
Richard Feynman on set theory, new math, bad vs good pedagogy, and precision vs clarity #mathed
The new huge Helium discovery is a life saving find and a game changer.
Grandma Got STEM Blog: 52 Women Who Changed Science and the World, by Rachel Swaby
Long visits to nature are linked to improved mental health.
Why Do We Inherit Mitochondrial DNA Only From Our Mothers?
Women Scientists with Feminine Appearance are Deemed Less Likely to be Scientists
New Way of Making Chocolate Comes With Electric Fields... and 20% Less Fat
Neri Oxman TED Talk: Design at the intersection of technology and biology
Grasp of basic physics and cause-and-effect helps cats identify prey's likely hiding spots.
Scientists confirm reprogrammed adult stem cells are identical to embryonic stem cells.
Research Shows Skin Cells “Walking” To Wound Sites
Use a hot spoon to instantly relieve itchy bug bites from mosquitoes.
25-year-old man lived 555 days with no heart in his body while thriving on a heart machine he carried in a backpack...
Adam Ruins Everything published the script for the health ep in Advances in Nutrition and Food Technology to prove they'll publish anything.
The snot-spattered experiments that show how far sneezes really spread...
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