Ultima Thule looks to be two reddish spheres stuck together. This configuration may capture an interaction critical to the formation of planets.
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At the World Vegetable Center, experts are looking to the wild relatives of domesticated crops—like eggplant—to save the human diet from climate change.
The viral “#10YearChallenge” might seem like a harmless meme, but rumors are spreading that its intent might not be so benevolent.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to personalize learning at scale. The challenge: making sure it benefits everyone.
One of the results brewing out of the public eye is a public health stalemate, particularly for women and minorities.
Big indoor farms are attracting big investments. But transforming agriculture might depend on putting nanofarms everywhere—maybe even in your home.
By fine-tuning the expression of a similar set of genes, mammals, birds, frogs, and fish may have all capitalized on a common toolkit in the transition to monogamy.
Birds of a feather may flock together, but when it comes to corals, sometimes it helps to mix things up.