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The time is RIPE to transform agriculture and feed the world
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Tidal and mangrove deposits during the Oligo-Miocene in the South China Sea
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Latitudinal trends in shell production cost from the tropics to the poles
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Deadly fish pathogen detected in Australia
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This robotic ‘remora’ can cling to objects with a force 340 times its own weight
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Mattis sees need for new space programs
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3-D printers—a revolutionary frontier for medicine
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Hubble discovers a unique type of object in the Solar System
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Space radiation is risky business for the human body
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Equifax breach brings renewed attention to information security vulnerabilities
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Lumbering giants had agile ancestors
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Climate change lessons from Arabian Gulf coral reefs
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End-of-summer Arctic sea ice extent is eighth lowest on record
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Watch the secret to why barn owls don’t lose their hearing
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A day in the life of NASA's Voyagers
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