These molecules, designed to block immune cells from reacting to peanuts, could someday protect patients from the dangers of accidental exposure.
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Thousands of years ago, bacteria were faced with a Donner-Party-esque dilemma: consume the dead, or join them.
The infrared-sensitive telescope, aboard an Earth-orbiting spacecraft, can detect near-Earth objects by sensing the heat they absorb from the Sun.
A new computer algorithm adds over 1.5 million earthquakes to California’s seismic archives, giving a clear picture of past quakes.
There can be a 30-pound weight difference between people with low and high genetic risk. But genes aren’t everything.
To save endangered butterflies, an unlikely team of ecologists and the Department of Defense are setting some of them on fire.
In a groundbreaking and controversial study, scientists have partially revived the brains of slaughtered pigs.
Environmental cues can trigger powerful memories of substance use. What happens when those memories are disrupted?