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Find out how much you know about the scientific breakthroughs of presidencies past -- and the scientific challenges of the future:

The Science Quiz: All the president’s scientists

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A new coalition is raising hundreds of millions of dollars to keep small viral outbreaks from becoming raging epidemics:

A half-billion-dollar bid to develop vaccines against the next viral threat

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A new study could be "a major step forward" in determining how proteins fold:

Hundreds of elusive protein structures pinned down from genome data

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"At 1 a.m. on 4 June 2016, Gustavo German, a doctoral student in biomedicine at Harvard University, heard a knock at his door.

It was three police officers."

How a dispute at Harvard led to a grad student’s forced mental exam and an extraordinary restraining order against a prominent scientist

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According to NASA and NOAA, 2016 was the hottest year on record:

Last year was—again—the hottest on record

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A video game is helping researchers learn how starlings keep predators at bay:

Flocking starlings evade predators with ‘confusion effect’

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Where do Namibia's fairy circles come from?

A new study might bring us closer to an answer:

Fairy circles could be the handiwork of hungry termites and thirsty plants

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An icy dispute between the Belgian government and a private foundation has put research on hold at a remote Antarctic outpost:

Science suffers in cold war over polar base

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A popular blog that lists “potential, possible, or probable predatory” publishers and journals has disappeared -- but it's not clear why:

Mystery as controversial list of predatory publishers disappears

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"There's something very special about this group of children that we don't understand. I want you to figure out what it is."

A mysterious method of gene control sheds its secrets

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White blood cells are constantly tearing holes in your blood vessels -- but it's for your own good:

How white blood cells rip holes in your blood vessels—and how your blood vessels recover

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A 5-year mission is investigating the unusual topography of the deepest place on Earth:

Expedition probes ocean trench’s deepest secrets

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Your sushi may not be what you think it is -- especially if you're in L.A.:

Fish fraud in Los Angeles sushi restaurants

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Look out for a night sky light show in about 5 years:

Colliding stars will light up the night sky in 2022

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The Vietnamese pygmy dormouse uses ultrasound to get around: [ Scim.ag Link ]
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The faster you answer, the better your score on our Science news quiz:

Test your smarts on the tenacious hagfish and your body’s newest organ!

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