A six-decade experiment in Siberia has attempted to replay the process by which wolves evolved into dogs.
A sixdecade experiment in Siberia has attempted to replay the process by

Dogging It: Turning Wild Foxes into Man's Second-Best Friend [Podcast]

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Kat Herine
An ambitious initiative seeks to rediscover 1,200 species in 160 countries that have not been seen in at least 10 years.
An ambitious initiative seeks to rediscover 1200 species in 160 countries that

Scientists Launch Worldwide Search for Lost Species [Slide Show]

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Randy Reed
Young blood appears to rejuvenate old brains, according to a study.
Young blood appears to rejuvenate old brains according to a study

Fountain of Youth? Young Blood Infusions "Rejuvenate" Old Mice

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Juan Rivera
Rano Onay
Robert Allison
Unearthed raw data from a 40-year-old study undercuts a pillar of nutrition science.
Unearthed raw data from a 40yearold study undercuts a pillar of nutrition science

Records Found in Dusty Basement Undermine Decades of Dietary Advice

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Natasha Morales Drissi
Kris Cleary
Milena Van Sant
A series of odd findings from the Large Hadron Collider have theorists hoping for new particles.
A series of odd findings from the Large Hadron Collider have theorists

Physicists Excited by Latest LHC Anomaly

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Petar Lagudin
Rivers in the Arctic are losing ice almost a month early, a rapid change that has happened in just 15 years.
Rivers in the Arctic are losing ice almost a month early a

Climate Change Is Transforming Arctic Rivers

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Azam Chaudry
Paul Berdah
Sarah Nelson
Astronomers says this the best candidate to look at for signs of life in the near future.
Astronomers says this the best candidate to look at for signs of life in the near future

Newfound Super-Earth Boosts Search for Alien Life

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Beverly S Butler
Rose Mary
Sarah Nelson
Some medievalists and scientists are looking back to history for clues to inform the search for new antibiotics.
Some medievalists and scientists are looking back to history for clues to

Getting Medieval on Bacteria: Ancient Books May Point to New Antibiotics

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David Damian
Savannah Ottmar
When viewed through a real-life telescope, it turns out black holes take a curious shape.
When viewed through a reallife telescope it turns out black holes take a curious shape

What Does a Black Hole Really Look Like?

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Need to chill out? Try alpha activity. Or what about a pre-workout pep-up? Pop on some beta waves. (via Quartz)
Need to chill out Try alpha activity Or what about a preworkout

Neuroscience can now curate music based on your brainwaves, not your music taste

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Debra Eastman
Sande Knight
Jeanne Kleppelid Shipstead
From the standpoint of paleoecology, the so-called Paleo diet is a myth, writes Peter Unger.
From the standpoint of paleoecology the socalled Paleo diet is a myth writes Peter Unger

The "True" Human Diet

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Shane Patrick O'Halloran
Eric Villines
Vic Chaiken
“On Earth Day we need to take care of our planet, remind others it’s the only one we have."
On Earth Day we need to take care of our planet remind

Why One Researcher Marched For Science [Podcast]

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Without human intervention, many of California’s beaches may disappear by 2100 as sea levels rise.
Without human intervention many of Californias beaches may disappear by 2100 as

Sunken Pleasure: California Will Need Mountains of Sand to Save Its Beaches

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Lance Collier
Abraham R. Zuniga
Sashko Zarev
Scientists have found a way to pull water from the air using only energy from the sun.
Scientists have found a way to pull water from the air using only energy from the sun

New Technology Brings Star Wars –Style Desert Moisture Farming a Step Closer

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Scott Lajoie
Ls Bassen
Photographs from the March for Science in New York City. Today, scientists and their advocates around the world are marching the streets to support scientific research and protest antiscience policies.
Photographs from the March for Science in New York City Today scientists
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Desi Najera Jr
Ramanand Walase Patil
Photographs from the March for Science in Washington, DC. Today, scientists and their advocates around the world are marching the streets to support scientific research and protest antiscience policies. Photos by Lydia Chain.
Photographs from the March for Science in Washington DC Today scientists and
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An interview with Caroline Weinberg, co-chair of the March for Science, about the movement she and her fellow organizers hope will continue after today's global event.
An interview with Caroline Weinberg cochair of the March for Science about

The March for Science Is Just the First Step

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Ken Jones
Sue Carhart
Alexander Lumahang Schoengen
Amrish Baidjoe
Florin Petre
On Earth Day, scientists and their advocates around the world are marching the streets to support scientific research and protest antiscience policies. Here are pictures from the rally in Boston. Photos by Michael Kuchta.
On Earth Day scientists and their advocates around the world are marching
Bishal Chapagain
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