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November 15, 2019
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By Nsikan Akpan
A renaissance is happening in the collective understanding of REM -- rapid eye movement -- sleep, which may yield a day when scientists could shut off nightmares and dreams.
By Nsikan Akpan, Joshua Barajas
You want to believe in aliens, UFOs, crop circles and Roswell, but science says not so fast. Happy Halloween!…
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A new photobiography details Sally Ride's childhood, her early struggles with stardom and the scientific zeal of America's first woman in space.
Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar split the 2015 Nobel Prize in chemistry for mechanistic studies of DNA repair.
Once you’re a scientist, you’re always a scientist, and Pope Francis was once a scientist. In recent years, the pope’s outspoken views on issues like the environment seem to reveal his familiarity with life in a lab. Some scientists applaud…
Climate change and sea level rise do more than just wash away sea turtle habitat.
New study suggest Alzheimer’s disease symptoms were transmitted via human growth hormone treatments.
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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.
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