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Active Hurricane Season Ahead, NOAA Says
LIVE SCIENCE Will hurricane season in 2018 be as intense as last year's? 1 hour
Stronger-Than-Average Hurricane Season Is Heading Our Way
LIVE SCIENCE Will hurricane season in 2018 be as intense as last year's? 2 hours
Can You Teach Evolution Without Saying the Word? Arizona Is About to Find Out.
LIVE SCIENCE Mentions of evolution could be replaced with "change over time," according to the state's superintendent. 2 hours
This NASA Camera Melted During a SpaceX Rocket Launch, But the Photos Survived!
LIVE SCIENCE Veteran NASA photographer Bill Ingalls is no stranger to rocket launches, but even he seemed surprised when one of his remote cameras... 3 hours
Will AI Ever Become Conscious?
LIVE SCIENCE How might artificial intelligence achieve consciousness? 3 hours
Why Eerie Blue Flames Just Erupted from Hawaiian Volcano
LIVE SCIENCE Eerie blue flames flared from the ground on Hawaii's Big Island on Tuesday night (May 22), marking a rarely seen phenomenon that can arise during volcanic eruptions. 5 hours
Clothes Treated with 'Hot Feet' Coating Could Keep Ticks Away
LIVE SCIENCE Spray clothes with permethrin, researchers found, and ticks tend to fall off them and die. 5 hours
Here's What We Know About Russia's Hypersonic Waverider Weapon
LIVE SCIENCE Warnings of a Russian hypersonic weapon that the U.S. can't defend against may have had you running for the bomb shelter last week. But what, exactly, is this weapon, and... 7 hours
HIV Can Lie Dormant in the Brain. Here's What That Means.
LIVE SCIENCE The HIV virus, which causes AIDS, has long been known to target and disable cells of the immune system, which are responsible for fighting off invading... 7 hours
How Long Does It Take a Parked Car to Reach Deadly Hot Temperatures?
LIVE SCIENCE It's well known that a car parked outside on a hot summer's day can turn into a scorching oven. But how fast... 8 hours
How Did a 'Lava Bomb' Split a Man's Leg Open?
LIVE SCIENCE Lava bombs are red-hot cannonballs of gooey lava, and they are incredibly dangerous for people near an eruption. 21 hours
How Bats Could Help Scientists Stop Ebola Outbreaks Before They Start
LIVE SCIENCE What if scientists were able to predict Ebola outbreaks and stop them before they even started? 23 hours
Summer Grilling Could Expose Your Skin to Cancer-Causing Chemicals
LIVE SCIENCE Summer barbecues may expose you to potentially cancer-causing chemicals in a surprising way: The chemicals may literally get under your skin. 24 hours
Scientists to Hunt for Loch Ness Monster DNA
LIVE SCIENCE Could DNA sequencing finally reveal whether the Loch Ness monster exists? 1 day
Mysterious Ailment Strikes US Employee in China, Drawing Comparisons to Cuba 'Sonic Attacks'
LIVE SCIENCE A U.S. government employee experienced mysterious symptoms after working at a U.S. consulate in China, in a case that's being likened to... 1 day
Can You Make Up for Lost Sleep on the Weekend?
LIVE SCIENCE Good news for weekend snoozers. 1 day
Mysterious Ailment Strikes U.S. Employee in China, Drawing Comparisons to Cuba 'Sonic Attacks'
LIVE SCIENCE A U.S. government employee experienced mysterious symptoms after working at a U.S. consulate in China, in a case that's being likened to... 1 day
This Mysterious, Deep-Sea Jellyfish Looks Like the Ghost of an Alien
LIVE SCIENCE A remotely operated vehicle named Hercules filmed a rarely seen jellyfish that looks like a cross between an alien and a pinkish makeup bag. 1 day
Summer BBQs Could Expose Your Skin to Cancer-Causing Chemicals
LIVE SCIENCE Summer barbecues may expose you to potentially cancer-causing chemicals in a surprising way: The chemicals may literally get under your skin. 1 day
Sunscreen Pills Are Fake, FDA Warns
LIVE SCIENCE As summer approaches, the FDA warns that there is no such thing as a sunscreen pill. 1 day
Does Humanity Need a Backup Earth?
LIVE SCIENCE SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has a vision: He wants to get humans to Mars as soon as possible. Is that humanity's best option? 1 day
These Two Angry, Yelling Lynx Are Probably Fighting About Sex
LIVE SCIENCE A viral video shows two lynx yelling at one another along the side of a road in Ontario, Canada. An expert tells Live Science the fight was likely... 2 days
Archaeologists Just Discovered the Mangled Remains of a Slaughtered Barbarian Tribe in Denmark
LIVE SCIENCE 2,000 years ago, a ragtag group of Germanic tribesmen was slaughtered in battle. How they were buried has archaeologists turning their heads. 2 days
Archaeologists Find 'Holy Grail of Shipwrecks' Carrying Stash Worth Up to $17 Billion
LIVE SCIENCE After 310 years at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea, the Spanish San José shipwreck has finally been identified. 2 days
Aliens Could 'Slingshot' Their Way Off Earth-Like Worlds (Well, Maybe)
LIVE SCIENCE Slingshot your way to space. 2 days
Sally Ride Is Getting Her Own Forever Stamp
LIVE SCIENCE Physicist Sally Ride, the first American woman in space and the first astronaut to come out as having a same-sex partner, will have her likeness on a stamp. 2 days
Giant Hammerhead Worms Have Been Invading France for Decades
LIVE SCIENCE Invasive hammerhead flatworms have been quietly infiltrating French ecosystems since 1999. 2 days
What Is Nipah Virus? Outbreak in India Kills at Least 10
LIVE SCIENCE At least 10 people in India have died from a rare virus known as Nipah virus, according to news reports. 2 days
Nuclear Detectives Hunt Invisible Particles That Escaped the World's Largest Atom Smasher
LIVE SCIENCE The Large Hadron Collider hasn't found any new physics since the Higgs boson. A team of outsider physicists think they know why. 2 days
Forgotten Element Could Redefine Time
LIVE SCIENCE Why are scientists trying to make precise clocks even more precise? 2 days
Here's Why Saturn's Inner Moons Are Shaped Like Ravioli and Potatoes
LIVE SCIENCE The odd shapes of the inner moons of Saturn, from ravioli to potatoes, may be due to mergers of tiny moonlets, a new study finds. 2 days
The 'Best' Sunscreens of 2018: What to Look For
LIVE SCIENCE About two-thirds of sunscreens available in the U.S. offer subpar protection or contain ingredients that may harm your health, a new report finds. 2 days
Why You Say 'Um' Before Certain Words
LIVE SCIENCE What's that … um … word? 2 days
Origami Robots Just Helped Build the World's Smallest House
LIVE SCIENCE This teensy little house is so small that even a malnourished amoeba couldn't fit inside. 3 days
Why Would a Pig Follow a Man Home?
LIVE SCIENCE What reason could a pig have for following around a human? 3 days
What Is Nipah Virus? Outbreak in India Kills At Least 3
LIVE SCIENCE At least three people in India have died from a rare virus known as Nipah virus, according to news reports. 3 days
This Little Piggy Went to the Train Station, Then Followed a Man Home
LIVE SCIENCE What reason could a pig have for following around a human? 3 days
Russia's Floating Nuclear Power Plant Heads for the Bering Strait
LIVE SCIENCE Russia's got a floating nuclear plant on a barge, and it's heading for the Bering Strait — just a short drift from Alaska. 3 days
How a Prairie-Dog Plague Vaccine Could Protect Ferrets (and Maybe People, Too)
LIVE SCIENCE Yes, there's a vaccine for the plague, one of the most notorious diseases known to humanity. But unfortunately, this vaccine isn't for humans —... 3 days
Giant Waves Nearly Half a Million Miles Across Seen on the Sun for the First Time
LIVE SCIENCE Huge, slow-moving waves that drive Earth's weather and shape the swirls in Jupiter's atmosphere also exist... 3 days
Why Radioactive Waste Is Being Melted into Glass
LIVE SCIENCE Dangerous radioactive waste has been trapped inside solid glass in a first-of-its-kind demonstration, according to a statement from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in southeastern Washington. 3 days
Found! New Evidence Suggests Planet Nine Is Real
LIVE SCIENCE The solar system just got a bit stranger. 3 days
Why Is Ice Slippery?
LIVE SCIENCE No, it's not because there's a thin layer of melted water on the top. 3 days
New Controversial Idea About Stonehenge Has Archaeologists Shaking Their Heads
LIVE SCIENCE In a new book, this scientist says glaciers, not Neolithic people, carried the huge rocks to Stonehenge. 3 days
This Box Could Become the Coldest Spot in the Universe
LIVE SCIENCE Lasers and microgravity will chill this ice chest-size box to 10 billion times colder than the vacuum of space. 3 days
Celebrities Are Obsessed with the Keto Diet. Why You Shouldn't Be.
LIVE SCIENCE The fad diet, which promises weight loss without sacrificing bacon, is not all it's cracked up to be. 3 days
How Can a Smartphone Survive a 100-Foot Drop But Crack on Your Floor?
LIVE SCIENCE It's all about the angle of contact. 3 days
What Can the Death of a Neutron Tell Us About Dark Matter?
LIVE SCIENCE Physicists speculate that decaying neutrons may be producing particles unknown to science that make up the elusive dark matter. 5 days
Here's How Health Officials Plan to Use the Ebola Vaccine in New African Outbreak
LIVE SCIENCE The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is spreading, but this time around, there's a vaccine. 5 days
COPD: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
LIVE SCIENCE Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease that makes breathing progressively more difficult. It affects about 11 million people in the United States. 6 days
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