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by David Stringer: A sodium-based technology is proving more effective for some uses.

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by Peter Diamandis: How long you live is a function of many factors, including your...

by Charlotte Jee: The evidence that the coronavirus spreads through the air has been mounting...

by (Science Daily): People infected by the novel coronavirus can have symptoms that range from...

by Lauren Sommer: California will phase out the sale of all gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035...

by Gavin Butler: Anthony Fauci, one of the world’s leading experts on infectious diseases, predicts...

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by Gregg Maryniak: For years it can seem as if the world is predictable, and...

by Richard J. Roberts: Behavioral scientists have conducted numerous experimental studies on the emotions of...

by Vanessa Bates Ramirez: As the ills of factory farming become more pronounced, people are...

by Bob Marcotte: A “potassium-promoted” catalyst brings the Navy’s quest to power its ships by...

by Ed Mazza: The Pentagon’s secretive UFO unit is going to make some of its...

by Rebecca Ashfield and Pedro Folegatti: Of the hundreds of potential Covid-19 vaccines in development,...

by Sarah McBride: Neuralink is one of the world’s most hyped biotech companies. Will it...

by Michael Martin: It’s time to “hunker down.” Two modes of coronavirus transmission are significantly...

by Sophie Lewis: It’s impossible to deny — humans are destroying the natural environment at...

by Christina Gregory, PhD: Signs, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for those who may be addicted...

by Moira Warburton: The Arctic has been warming at twice the global rate for the...

There are several reasons to be wary of reports that Russia has a vaccine for...

by John Timmer: While there are anecdotes aplenty, there’s also some solid science behind the...

By Karen Uhlenhuth: The team hopes to make anaerobic digestion more efficient and profitable for...

by Vanessa Bates Ramirez: The upcoming US presidential election seems set to be something of...

by Andrew Jospeh: And the pressing questions that remain…

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by Jonathan Gitlin: The study ran for nine years at Norway’s Smøla wind farm…

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