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By Nsikan Akpan
Climate change and sea level rise do more than just wash away sea turtle habitat.
By Catherine Woods
In 2017, a new NASA satellite called ICESat-2 will measure how fast ice is melting in order to estimate how soon coastal cities might suffer from sea level rise.
Consumers may soon have access to quantum cryptography, a system for building secret codes that are so secure and difficult to intercept, some call it unhackable.
Drones are a popular toy/tool among ecotourists, ecologists and conservationists, but a new study shows an unintended health consequence of their use with bears.
You didn’t inherit your tongue rolling ability from your parents.
snap-click. ahh. gulp. -- Familiar sounds at a summer BBQ. Get to know your carbonated beverage.
By Megan Crigger
Shortly after the July 14 flyby of Pluto and its moons, we spoke with three members of the New Horizons mission team: Alice Bowman, the mission operations manager, and Cathy Olkin and Kimberly Ennico-Smith, deputy project scientists. Editor’s note: Women…
Dash Masland has a British fungus hanging on her wall. The fungus, framed in a picture, is beer yeast and the main ingredient in the farmhouse-style beer brewed in her Maine-based microbrewery. It is also her muse. The marine…
Scientists altered the DNA of a common gut bacteria, Bacteroides Thetaiotaomicron to treat an unhealthy stomach and make poop glow.
When pushed to the brink by ant invaders, oregano uses chemical warfare to call in butterfly reinforcements.
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