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Enzymes aid rice plants’ arsenic defenses
SCIENCE-NEWS Rice plant roots have natural defenses against arsenic. 2 days
New imaging technique catches DNA ‘blinking’ on
SCIENCE-NEWS Dye-free imaging technique zooms in below 10-nanometer threshold, allowing new cellular views. 2 days
Microbes survived inside giant cave crystals for up to 50,000 years
SCIENCE-NEWS Microbes trapped in crystals in Mexico's Naica mine may represent some of the most distinct life forms found in Earth so far. 3 days
Europa lander mission takes another step toward reality
SCIENCE-NEWS NASA is working on a possible lander mission in which the main science goal would be to search for signs of life on Jupiter’s moon Europa. 3 days
Common fungus may raise asthma risk
SCIENCE-NEWS The presence of a fungus in the infant gut can signal development of asthma by age five. 3 days
Juno spacecraft won’t go into shorter orbit around Jupiter
SCIENCE-NEWS Juno will remain in its 53-day orbit around Jupiter due to an issue with two helium check valves, NASA reports. 4 days
Antarctic sea ice shrinks to record low
SCIENCE-NEWS The Antarctic sea ice extent has reached a new low just two years after hitting a record high. 4 days
Helium’s inertness defied by high-pressure compound
SCIENCE-NEWS At pressures over a million atmospheres, helium reacts with sodium. 4 days
Citizen scientists are providing stunning new views of Jupiter
SCIENCE-NEWS A camera aboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft is giving citizen scientists a crack at discovering never-before-seen features of Jupiter. 4 days
Ceres harbors homegrown organic compounds
SCIENCE-NEWS NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has detected organic matter — the building blocks of life — on the dwarf planet Ceres, a new study suggests. 5 days
Seagrasses boost ecosystem health by fighting bad bacteria
SCIENCE-NEWS Seagrasses might reduce bacteria levels in ocean water. 5 days
Speech recognition has come a long way in 50 years
SCIENCE-NEWS Early versions of computer speech recognition relied on word sounds. Now, they add pattern recognition and a lot of statistics. 5 days
For Ebola patients, a few signs mean treatment’s needed — stat
SCIENCE-NEWS A few criteria may help identify Ebola patients who need the most care. 5 days
Gastric bypass controls diabetes long term better than other methods
SCIENCE-NEWS Bariatric surgery outperforms other weight-loss measures in the longest-term study yet of diabetes outcomes. 5 days
Birth may not be a major microbe delivery event for babies
SCIENCE-NEWS A study of mother-baby duos suggests that birth itself may not be the main event for getting microbes in and on babies. 6 days
Sound waves could take a tsunami down a few notches
SCIENCE-NEWS A tsunami’s ferocious force could be taken down a few notches with a pair of counter waves. 6 days
Human gene editing therapies are OK in certain cases, panel advises
SCIENCE-NEWS A panel of experts says clinical gene editing to correct and prevent human disease should move forward, but enhancements should not be allowed. 6 days
See how long Zika lasts in semen and other bodily fluids
SCIENCE-NEWS For most men infected with Zika, traces of the virus disappear from semen 81 days after symptoms begin. In other bodily fluids, Zika RNA is typically... 6 days
Fossil shows that ancient reptile gave live birth
SCIENCE-NEWS A new fossil shows that a prehistoric reptile may have given birth to live young, unlike its egg-laying descendants, birds and crocodiles. 7 days
Mapping rainforest chemistry from the air reveals 36 types of forest
SCIENCE-NEWS Aircraft analysis of tree chemicals reveals new biodiversity in the Peruvian rainforest. 7 days
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SCIENCE-NEWS VIDEO Learn to dance, keep an eye on your competition, bring a gift: Animals have some practical advice for finding a mate. 7 days
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