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Andromeda Strain, anyone?
it could very well be the case that exposure to dogs had some benefit for the children's developing immune systems.
If you're a fan of cats who exist as a probability cloud, this stuff is for you
While some women experience pregnancy and childbirth as joyful, natural and fulfilling, others find themselves recoiling in horror at the physical demands
A nanoparticle influenza vaccine developed at Georgia State University proved effective in mice
Research of site specimens suggests that the forebearers to modern plants evolved much earlier than expected.
Provided it gets through the launch, the orbital manuevers, maintains communications, doesn't suffer from glitches and makes a successful landing, we're in for some really cool discoveries
Astronauts are very excited to be playing with fire in space
Medical Professionals and our representatives should honor science instead of lobbying and marketing efforts by pharmaceutical companies
Consciousness, a phenomenon responsible for your ability to read and understand these words, often feels like a given
There are lots of animals from this period of time that were bizarre and interesting but we don't know much about them at all.
The discovery of past life on Mars would be revolutionary
Some games have been found to improve the health of senior players diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Speaking of plants...or, in this case, fungi
Just because it makes YOU feel good, doesn't mean it's good for the dog
Games can teach? Say it ain't so!
the writer Aldous HUxley, adopted the axolotl as a metaphor for mankind, its peculiar neoteny an emblem of our incompletion, our frustrated potentiality.
Finding signs of life on Mars would finally settle the longstanding question: Is Earth the only planet capable of supporting life?
In 1905, Tesla filed a patent in the U.S. titled "The art of transmitting electrical energy through the natural medium,"
Yeah, relax. Video games do anything but relax me.
Comet 46P/Wirtanen has gas, and TESS was there to see it
Cool Geeky Gifts! How about some space socks?
Want to cure your anxiety? Deep sleep.
Scientists use lasers that suspend atoms in air to measure gravity.
Do you know how the scientific method works? This Nobel Laureate does.
If you can't attend the Launchpad Astronomy workshop, you might try one of these courses
Where's the light from black holes coming from? Gravity, scientists say.
You may not know these things about yourself.
Though we've learn a lot about ourselves in the last two centuries, it's still clear there's much we don't know.
CuriosityStream - coming close to Murrow's idea of what television ought to be