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June 29th
Science "Polychaetes, holy cow!" The Chamorro Seamount was going to be a quiet place to explore.
June 29th
Science Just in time for the Fourth of July Sparklers - they're on fire!
June 29th
Science A new way of structuring fats could be the key Scientists are using oleogels to make a low-fat cream cheese…
June 29th
Health Lab data suggests THC and cannabis compounds deserve further testing Alzheimer’s disease may now be added to a list of diseases with promising treatment from cannabis compounds, a new study from the Salk Institute says.
June 29th
Science Rationally speaking, it would be bad for people and bad for science Scientist idea for government bad.
June 28th
Health Get great shots of those hard to reach places Scientists at the University of Stuttgart in Germany have developed a tiny .01 millimeter wide lens, so small it can be 3D printed atop a fiber optic cable allowing for…
June 28th
Health After decades of research, there is still no cure for the disease that affects millions Pat Summitt, former women’s basketball coach at the University of Tennessee, passed away Tuesday morning at age 64. She was diagnosed wi…
June 28th
Science It only needs a little nudge to get going Today in strange and wonderful videos comes this demonstration of a self-siphoning gel called polyethylene oxide (commercially known as POLYOX).
June 28th
Health Vaginal microbes and other gross but harmless germs found on Boston transit system A study of microbes on subway trains from Harvard's School of Public Health has shown that the type of surface, and how humans interact with it, wa…
June 28th
Health The study on monkeys showed how long the virus lasts, and that it inoculates against future infections The study, which is the first one to look at Zika in primates in a lab, found that a previous Zika infection protects a person …