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: James Macpherson's "Ossian" has been the center of literary debate for more than 250 years.
: New guidelines offer parents ideas on how to limit kids' screen time.
: About 95 million years ago, a bus-size and scaly-skinned sauropod dinosaur with a long tail and even longer neck lumbered across what is now Queensland,...
: The discovery of a newly identified species of long-necked sauropod dinosaur, combined with the discovery of the braincase of an already known species of sauropod, is ...
: From the "Bloop" to the Loneliest Whale, here are 11 strange sounds that deserve to be heard.
: One researcher is working on "computing at the speed of thought" in which humans and computers fully interact.
: Using a remotely operated vehicle, researchers aboard the Research Vessel Nautilus discovered. They discovered about 500 seeps, which doubles the previously...
: A new global survey has found the most and least empathetic countries, with Ecuador taking the top spot and Lithuania sinking to the bottom. The United States, while not at...
: While excavating the so-called “Ho-Hum” site in Queensland, Australia, paleontologists discovered one of the most complete skeletons of a long-necked sauropod...
: Which countries are the most empathetic? According to the results of a new survey, people in Ecuador reported having the most empathy, while people in Lithuania reported...
: Using a remotely operated vehicle, researchers have discovered hundreds of streams of shimmering methane bubbles that look like champagne, coming from the seafloor. ...
: Five hundred new methane seeps double the known number of these bubbling seafloor features on the U.S. West Coast.
: The receptor in the brain involved in the "high" feeling that people get from marijuana is revealed in a new, detailed, 3D image today.
: One of the most active volcanoes in Japan recently contributed to the premature termination of an earthquake.
: A small shift in the oxygen levels in the air could act as a "reset" button for the biological clock, according to a new study in mice.
: A gorgeous visualization reveals the world's wind and weather patterns by drawing on data from supercomputers around the world.
: A gorgeous visualization reveals the world's wind and weather patterns by drawing on data from supercomputers around the world.
: Experts say this is very unlikely and does not accurately reflect the reality of abortions in the United States.
: Britain will posthumously pardon thousands of men who were convicted for same-sex offenses over several decades.
: Here's why people in some groups are more prone to inflammatory diseases.
: The giant planet thought to be lurking unseen in the dark depths of the outer solar system may not stay hidden for much longer.
: The European Space Agency lost contact with its ExoMars Schiaparelli lander less than a minute before it was supposed to land on Mars, scientists say.
: In your face! A 4-day-old zebrafish embryo's dour mug nabbed the top prize in the annual Nikon Small World photo contest.
: A 3D-printed smartphone microscope system is making microbiology interactive by allowing schoolkids to experiment and play games with light-seeking microbes.
: The reason one woman gets hot flashes while another woman stays cool and comfortable through menopause may come down to differences between their genes, a new study finds.
: When it comes to capturing the unique and remarkable beauty that nature has to offer, sometimes you have to think small.
: Halloween has its roots in a pagan harvest festival, while different traditions were added on throughout the years.
: With restrictions to cannabis loosening at the state level, research is badly needed to get the facts in order.
: As several U.S. states consider whether to legalize marijuana this upcoming election, support for legal pot is at its highest in nearly 50 years.
: To survive an arduous swim thousands of miles long without eating anything on the way, European eels apparently lose a significant amount of bone in a way that keeps them alive ...
: Wealthy people appear to spend less time looking at other human beings, according to a new study that used Google Glass headsets to track people's gazes.
: Scientists have new evidence that Denali National Park was once home to dinosaurs, according to the discovery of four dinosaur bones, the first ever found...
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