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The second space rock seen visiting our solar system from another star is proving just how bizarre the first known interstellar object, ‘Oumuamua, really was.
"...the three  laureates transformed development economics from a field that was stagnant and unattractive for young talent into one of the most vibrant areas of economics today." https://t.co/FLZDFCM8t1
The idea of axions is “a very mathematical concept, in a sense, but it still exists in reality.” https://t.co/hiyIQGc3BB
Mounds of sand dug out by nest-digging birds are microhabitats where seeds can germinate.
Heavy snows in Greenland left sanderlings with next to nowhere to nest in the summer of 2018.
Scientists captured humpback whales using their flippers and bubble 'nets' to hunt. And it might not be a fluke.
1 in 9 men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his life.
There were no obvious differences in appearance between the chimpanzee organoids and the human organoids. But there was a big difference in pacing. https://t.co/jgRWdig9ij
Chemical analyses of fossil sauropod teeth previously suggested that, despite their massive bodies, the animals maintained body temperatures similar to those of modern mammals. https://t.co/3ZYXZr9K5E
Snail fever, or schistosomiasis, is caused by several species of freshwater parasitic worm that penetrate human skin to enter the bloodstream.
There’s not much to a choanoflagellate. But a new species of these single-celled organisms, animals’ closest evolutionary relatives, could provide crucial clues to a fundamental question in biology.
Clive Wynne makes a compelling case that dogs do more than just obey us—they love us.
Unlike earthquakes, which are triggered by subsurface shifting within the solid Earth, the driving force behind these seismic signals are ocean waves. https://t.co/1visAvyFIx
We’ve had moonquakes and Marsquakes. Now there are stormquakes.
Two new books offer different takes on our bond with dogs.
Watch as a group of single celled organisms called choanoflagellates band together and “flip out.”
Snail fever, or schistosomiasis, affects over 200 million people worldwide.
Blood vessels kept dinosaurs from becoming hot-headed. https://t.co/3ZYXZr9K5E
At the same point in time, chimpanzee neurons were more mature than human neurons. https://t.co/jgRWdixK9R
Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer, after skin cancer, in American men.
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