Scientists are using artificial cervices and 3D models of the uterus to better understand pregnancy and childbirth.
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We’ve counted down our ten most-read articles of 2019 and found that health and medicine, physics—and of course animals—were fan-favorite topics this year.
Shivering can activate a series of “heating stations” for your blood vessels—but they take a little while to get up and running.
Black holes, gene editing, and quantum computing wowed us—while new climate findings and racial bias in medicine brought renewed urgency.
In 2018 and 2019, data from NASA’s Juno mission revealed new discoveries about Jupiter’s bizarre magnetic field.
As law enforcement agencies deploy AI-powered facial recognition systems, some communities are pushing back, insisting on having a say in how they’re used.
New findings bolster the argument that the two groups of early humans had a lot of behavioral similarities.
A giant tortoise, a seabird, and a gecko all went undetected by scientists for more than a century.
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