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By Sarah McHaney and Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
As women age, the likelihood of chromosomal abnormalities climbs, and with it, the risk of miscarriage, birth defects or disorders that makes conceiving more difficult. Egg freezing is seen by some as a way to stop the biological clock, expand…
By Travis Daub and Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
It will take a big rocket to get to Mars, and a big space capsule to protect humans during the months-long journey. It also takes decades of testing and development to plan a mission that will take humans…
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Black holes are some of the most exotic objects in our universe. But how do you see something that, by definition, you can't see? The answer will take a telescope the size of the Earth.
Parts of Erie County, New York have been buried in over 5 feet of snow -- and they may get another 3 feet by Friday. Here's what you should know about the storm.
By Sarah Corapi
After months of orbiting its target, the Rosetta spacecraft is finally ready to fulfill its mission: landing a probe on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.
By Megan Thompson
Treating someone with Ebola involves a painstaking process of suiting up and peeling off protective gear, or in hospital speak, “donning and doffing.” Last month, after two Dallas nurses became infected after caring for an Ebola patient, the CDC revised…
By Jenny Marder
The giant spot on the face of the sun has scientists scratching their heads. By the time it rotated into our view, it was already 80,000 miles wide, big enough to fit all of Jupiter, big enough to lay 10…
These scientists are making glass from what you throw in the garbage. They hope that our waste will be the cutting edge of mining.
By Laura Santhanam
As much as 90 percent of information on the Internet is “dark” — locked away in clunky or outdated formats that makes it difficult, sometimes impossible, to access. Kenton McHenry gets frustrated just talking about what he had to go…
For 59 minutes early Wednesday morning, the moon will turn an eerie shade of copper red when it passes through the Earth’s shadow in a total lunar eclipse. And if the skies are clear enough and you look at…
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