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Don’t put greasy Q-tips up your kid’s nose, and other nosebleed advice
SCIENCE-NEWS Nosebleeds in children are common and usually nothing to fret about. 5 hours
Math-anxious brains tackle simple problems differently
SCIENCE-NEWS An fMRI study found more variable brain activity in people who get nervous about math problems. 18 hours
Palace remains in Mexico point to ancient rise of centralized power
SCIENCE-NEWS An ancient royal structure gets new life in southern Mexico. 20 hours
Millions of atoms entangled in record-breaking quantum tests
SCIENCE-NEWS Scientists make advance in the quest to take quantum effects to larger scales. 1 day
Most Americans like science — and are willing to pay for it
SCIENCE-NEWS Americans drastically overestimate how much the government spends on science. But when correctly informed, they want the government to spend more. 4 days
Ancient Romans may have been cozier with Huns than they let on
SCIENCE-NEWS Nomadic Huns and Roman farmers shared ways of life on the Roman Empire’s fifth century frontier. 4 days
Deadly New Zealand quake hopscotched across faults
SCIENCE-NEWS The Nov. 14, 2016, earthquake in New Zealand was much larger than thought possible at the time, prompting a rethink of hazard assessments. 5 days
Dengue fever spreads in a neighborly way
SCIENCE-NEWS Individual strains of dengue spread locally, and new infections cluster near the home of the first person affected. 5 days
Random mutations play large role in cancer, study finds
SCIENCE-NEWS Mistakes made while copying DNA account for more mutations in cancer cells than environment or inheritance do. 5 days
Arctic sea ice hits record wintertime low
SCIENCE-NEWS Warm temperatures and heat waves reduced sea ice extent in the Arctic to its smallest maximum extent ever seen. 5 days
It’s time to redefine what qualifies as a planet, scientists propose
SCIENCE-NEWS Astronomers can have their definition of a planet, but some planetary scientists plan to stick to the long-held meaning of the word. 5 days
It’s time to redefine what qualifies as a planet
SCIENCE-NEWS Astronomers can have their definition of a planet, but some planetary scientists plan to stick to the long-held meaning of the word. 5 days
In 1967, LSD was briefly labeled a breaker of chromosomes
SCIENCE-NEWS Claims that the hallucinogenic drug damaged DNA were quickly rejected. But questions remain about how LSD works 5 days
Female guppies with bigger brains pick more attractive guys
SCIENCE-NEWS A larger-brained female guppy may pick primo males, but all that mental machinery costs her in other ways. 6 days
Anatomy analysis suggests new dinosaur family tree
SCIENCE-NEWS A new analysis rewrites the dinosaur family tree, splitting up long-recognized groups. 6 days
Touches early in life may make a big impact on newborn babies’ brains
SCIENCE-NEWS The type and amount of touches a newborn baby gets in the first days of life may shape later responses to touch... 6 days
Lab tests aren’t the answer for every science question
SCIENCE-NEWS Acting Editor in Chief Elizabeth Quill discusses the value of observational science. 6 days
Readers question supernova physics
SCIENCE-NEWS Star-destroying neutrinos, heart-hugging robots and more in reader feedback. 6 days
How Pluto’s haze could explain its red spots
SCIENCE-NEWS Pluto’s collapsing atmosphere may explain the dwarf planet’s seemingly random ruddy spots. 6 days
Colorful pinwheel puts a new spin on mouse pregnancy
SCIENCE-NEWS Among the winners of the 2017 Wellcome Image Awards is a rainbow of mouse placentas that shows how a mother’s immune system affects placental development. 6 days
Tool use in sea otters doesn't run in the family
SCIENCE-NEWS A genetic study suggests that tool-use behavior isn’t hereditary in sea otters, and that only some animals need to use tools due to the type of food available... 7 days
Large Hadron Collider experiment nabs five new particles
SCIENCE-NEWS LHCb experiment detects new particles composed of two strange quarks and one charm quark. 7 days
Cancer cells cast a sweet spell on the immune system
SCIENCE-NEWS Tumors have surface sugars that persuade the body’s defenses to look the other way. New therapies are being devised to break the trance. 7 days
Close pass by sun didn’t radically alter comet 67P’s landscape
SCIENCE-NEWS Landslides on comet 67P shot plumes of dust into space, but changes like these might not radically alter the landscape of the comet. 1 week
In 30 years, can we sustainably meet the needs of 9.5 billion people?
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Virtual museum brings extinct species back to life
PHYS.ORG
How will Brexit impact life sciences in Wales?
NEWS MEDICAL
Ubiquitous marine organism co-evolved with other microbes, promoting more complex ecosystems
PHYS.ORG
Trump recruits controversial Bush-era global health official
Science Magazine
Neil deGrasse Tyson's Words Inspire Cosmic Song and Music Video for Kids
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Timing a space laser with a NASA-style stopwatch
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When did humans settle down? The house mouse may have the answer
Science Magazine
Docking Port Relocated at Space Station to Support Commercial Spacecraft
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What about a mission to Titan?
PHYS.ORG
35 years of chiptune's influence on electronic music
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Flying Through Aurora: Airline Carries Passengers into Southern Lights
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Archival photos offer research value
PHYS.ORG
Citizen search for new planet in solar system
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