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This Odd Bacterium Appears to Protect Its Host From The Damaging...

Scientists have isolated a unique molecular pattern that might one day enable a 'stress vaccine' to exist for real - and they found it...

Cassini’s Breathtaking Final Images Reveal Never-Before-Seen Shapes in Saturn’s Rings

In its final year, Cassini plunged where no spacecraft had plunged before, down in the space between Saturn and its rings. Again and again...

Scientists Think They Finally Know What Happens in The Skin When...

Scientists have pinpointed a bunch of processes that go wrong in the skin for people who have eczema (also known as atopic dermatitis), and...

Here’s Why It’s Such a Huge Deal That Jupiter’s Moon Europa...

Thanks to the far-reaching optics of the Hubble telescope, and some smart visible-light spectral analysis, scientists have detected what looks a lot like sodium...

A Giant Severed Wolf Head From 40,000 Years Ago Has Been...

A huge wolf head preserved since the last Ice Age has been found in incredible condition in Siberia, an estimated 40,000 years since being...

Physicists Say They’ve Built a Test Sensitive Enough to Test The...

For nearly 20 years, scientists have debated the viability of an EM Drive, a hypothetical type of engine that could propel a spacecraft without...

Could Chernobyl Happen Again? These 10 Reactors Have Scientists Concerned

The world has learned many lessons from the Chernobyl disaster, a devastating nuclear power plant accident that recently rejoined our cultural conversation thanks...

We Totally Missed Most of The Plastic Pollution in The Ocean,...

On average, 8.8 million tons of plastic enters the ocean every year. The maximum amount could be closer to 14 million tons - about...

Spraying Stem Cells Up The Noses of Mice Has Restored Their...

Imagine a simple and effective treatment for restoring the sense of smell in people who have lost it or never had it in the...

A Physicist Has Proposed a Pretty Depressing Explanation For Why We...

The Universe is so unimaginably big, and it's positively teeming with an almost infinite supply of potentially life-giving worlds. So where the heck is...