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Here’s How at Least 74,000 Microplastic Particles End Up in Your...

Humans have spread microplastics to virtually every ecosystem on the planet, from the deepest chasms in the sea to the most remote wilderness...

Australia’s First Known Dinosaur Herd Discovered Hidden in Glittering Fossils

Australia's dinosaur record is one of the most poorly understood, with only a handful of species discovered in the past hundred years. A newly...

New Study Shows Those First-Ever CRISPR Babies Could Be at Risk...

About half a year after Chinese scientist He Jiankui first brought gene-edited babies into the world, cooler heads have finally prevailed: scientists pored over...

Promising Trial Suggests Music Can Help Strengthen The Brains of Premature...

Humans can hear music long before we are born, and preterm babies in the intensive care unit have a particularly sensitive ear. With the...

Gene-Hacked Fungus Tested Outside The Lab Effectively ‘Collapses’ Mosquito Population

If we want to stop malaria from killing more than 400,000 people every year, we'll need to stop mosquitoes - the irksome insects are...

This Freaky Arachnid With a Black Bunny Head Is Totally Real,...

The natural world is a strange and wonderful place. But sometimes biologists come across something that is just... odd. Really, really odd.Case in point:...

This Genetic Testing Company Just Gave FBI Access to Its DNA...

Family Tree DNA, a major consumer genetic testing company, gave the FBI access to its massive DNA database.While running genetic analysis on evidence isn't...

Scientists Have Built a Real Star Trek ‘Replicator’ That Builds Objects...

3D printers work by laboriously printing objects layer by layer. For larger objects, that process can take hours or even days.But now scientists at...

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A 50-minute German lecture becoming a viral hit on YouTube might sound unusual, but the title of the talk by Karin Michels, the director...

A Second ‘Big Bang’ Could End Our Universe in an Instant,...

Our universe may end the same way it was created: with a big, sudden bang.That's according to new research from a group of Harvard...