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NYT Science 5h
As school began around Italy, the Five Star Movement and its coalition partner, the League, have loosened vaccine requirements, to the alarm of public health experts.
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What Autumn (and Spring) looks like from space
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The vocal repertoire of giant pandas comprises more than a dozen distinct grunts, barks and squeaks, most of which amount to some version of “leave me alone.” But then mating season comes around:
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NYT Science 6h
Can lobsters get high? A Maine restaurant owner thinks so, and says the marijuana will make for a painless, stress-free plunge into boiling water. Scientists and regulators are more skeptical.
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Where a sore throat becomes a death sentence
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The conventional wisdom that a quarter of the world carries TB germs may be a myth, a study says.
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NYT Science 7h
Why your DNA is still uncharted territory
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The more of the Ryugu asteroid revealed to us by the Hayabusa2 spacecraft, the more fascinating it becomes
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Rising seas and nest-flooding tides threaten the saltmarsh sparrow with extinction.
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NYT Science 8h
Poachers are killing 40,000 elephants a year and with a global elephant population of just 400,000, it doesn’t take a mathematician to figure out that there is an urgent need to stop the killing
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Ice cores in the Alps trapped more than a thousand years' of pollen from plants, trees and crops, mapping the epidemics and environmental changes that shook Europe over the centuries.
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Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft has dropped two small rovers on the Ryugu asteroid. See some of the latest images it's sent back, including photos taken by the rovers from the dimpled and rock-strewn surface from :
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NYT Science 8h
Kidney stones are painful, but at a microscopic level they're kind of beautiful
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NYT Science 9h
Taking the search for new worlds to our cosmic doorstep
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“So maybe 10 years from now, people will be laughing I paid so much, but somebody needs to make the first payment. Otherwise space development is not going to evolve. That’s why I think I should be the one to do this.”
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NYT Science 9h
Not many research scientists make Page Six. Meet the husband-and-wife dyslexia researchers who have.
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NYT Science 10h
“Pretty much every shark bite is an accident. It’s mistaken identity.”
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Dr. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza was among the first scientists to use genetic information to trace human evolution and the paths our ancestors took after they originated in Africa. He has died at 96.
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Hundreds of companies are patenting sea organisms' most exceptional genetic traits to make medicine and cosmetics.
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NYT Science 11h
Octopuses are complicated. Octopuses are separated from us by 500 million years of evolution. So scientists gave them ecstasy.
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