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Research using brains-in-a-dish forces a radical rethinking of Huntington’s disease
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Astronauts are giving the International Space Station’s premier science experiment a life-extending transplant to continue its hunt for antimatter, dark matter, and more
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Jonathan O’Callaghan Dec 9
My latest story is up on , looking at the supposed second detection of the "X17 particle", which would have significant implications in our hunt for dark matter.
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More and more links are emerging between warming and extreme weather
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Playing the sounds of a healthy reef near damaged corals can help bring back fish, which in turn contribute to healing the reef. 🎧 by
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New Zealand eruption shows the inherent risk in visiting volcanoes (By )
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Scientific American Dec 10
Protecting the most vulnerable patients through collaboration across the medical community [Sponsored by ]
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Scientific American Dec 10
This telescope can see supernovas, black holes and spiral galaxies using the smoothest mirrors ever created. View more of the universe through X-ray eyes:
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Scientific American Dec 10
British Columbia’s vaping crackdown could offer a roadmap for the rest of the world
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Scientific American Dec 10
“Superfemale” prawns could aid fight against deadly snail-borne disease
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Scientific American Dec 9
From the Editors: The most effective climate action requires us to both adapt and mitigate
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Nature Dec 4
Vaccination is a life-saving intervention, infections that once killed millions are now preventable. But many pathogens remain and there are still infections against which we have little defence. Learn more in our latest Nature Outlook.
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Scientific American Dec 9
Why New Zealand’s white island erupted without warning
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Scientific American Dec 9
The surprising link between recreational math and undecidability
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Tanya Lewis Dec 5
The era of newborn genetic sequencing is upon us. Will it help us or harm us? My feature from our special report on DNA as medicine in 's upcoming issue, now live on :
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Scientific American Dec 9
The face of the earliest human ancestor, revealed (By )
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Scientific American Dec 9
Evidence of new X17 particle reported, but scientists are wary. Could the mysterious particle be our window into studying dark matter?
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Jim Daley Dec 6
“Children will continue to die if we don’t make sure that every child who goes through federal custody is evaluated by a medical professional with [pediatric experience],” said of in my July piece:
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Scientific American Dec 6
Reassessment of Alzheimer’s drug raises hope—and concerns
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Scientific American Dec 6
Oil companies increasingly tout emissions reduction targets. But it’s often unclear how they plan to actually cut greenhouse gases.
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