Humans were likely breeding sled dogs almost 10,000 years ago:
Humans were likely breeding sled dogs almost 10000 years ago:

Earliest evidence for dog breeding found on remote Siberian island

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A new find in northern Peru is providing more evidence that the Americas were settled earlier than we thought:
A new find in northern Peru is providing more evidence that the

Traces of some of South America’s earliest people found under ancient dirt pyramid

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It's time to get dancing -- entries are now open for the 10th annual Dance Your Ph.D. contest:
It's time to get dancing entries are now open for the 10th annual Dance Your PhD contest:

Announcing the 2017 ‘Dance Your Ph.D.’ contest!

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Seven medical journals accidentally let a dog join their editorial boards:
Seven medical journals accidentally let a dog join their editorial boards:

Australian dog serves on the editorial boards of seven medical journals

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A new power plant doesn't need smokestacks to burn fossil fuels:
A new power plant doesn't need smokestacks to burn fossil fuels:

Goodbye smokestacks: Startup invents zero-emission fossil fuel power

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"It’s a cool study. I’m going to send it to my students."
"It’s a cool study I’m going to send it to my students"

Why whales grew to such monster sizes

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"Tabby's star" is dimming -- and it's causing an astronomical sensation:
"Tabby's star" is dimming and it's causing an astronomical sensation:

Star that spurred alien theories dims again

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President Donald Trump unveiled his full 2018 budget request to Congress today.

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President Donald Trump unveiled his full 2018 budget request to Congress today

What’s in Trump’s 2018 budget request for science?

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A new study on mouse sperm is good news for interplanetary travelers:
A new study on mouse sperm is good news for interplanetary travelers:

Sperm frozen in space produce healthy mouse pups

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Ecologist Guillaume Chapron speaks about the future of money, the government, and trust:
Ecologist Guillaume Chapron speaks about the future of money the government and trust:

Can bitcoin’s cryptographic technology help save the environment?

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Antarctica's pretty frosty, but it's also getting mossy:
Antarctica's pretty frosty but it's also getting mossy:

Antarctica is getting greener

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A little knowledge of tomato genetics goes a long way:
A little knowledge of tomato genetics goes a long way:

Twice the tomatoes on the vine, thanks to a bit of genetic tweaking

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The asteroid that killed dinosaurs around the world 66 million years ago would have done less harm if it had landed in the ocean:
The asteroid that killed dinosaurs around the world 66 million years ago

Would the dinosaurs still be around if the asteroid hit moments later?

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