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This guide to the Atlantic hurricane season of 2023, includes predictions, tropical storm science, naming conventions and storm safety tips.
The Wollemi pine was thought to have gone extinct 2 million years ago until it was rediscovered by a group of hikers in 1994. Now, scientists have decoded its genome to understand how it’s survived — almost unchanged — since the time of the dinosaurs.
Can we trust our earliest memories, or are they unreliable?
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The risk of a rare type of brain hemorrhage may be transmissible, though the absolute risk is very low.
Some scientists are pushing for species named after offensive people such as Hitler to be renamed, but the official governing body that guides species renaming is opposed.
Researchers studied chimpanzee and monkey anatomy to better understand how humans evolved to have flexible shoulders and elbows.
The footage of a puma hunting sheep was captured with thermal imaging cameras in the Patagonian wilderness as part of a new National Geographic show.
There is a long U.S. legacy of plutocrat-funded pseudoscience. Congress just embraced it.
Pareidolia is the phenomenon in which people see faces or other patterns in ambiguous images, such as Jesus on toast or the man in the moon.
Under some circumstances, people may become more aggressive when they’re overheated. But other decision-making doesn’t seem to be affected.
Calculating the way three things orbit each other is notoriously tricky — but a new study may reveal 12,000 new ways to make it work.
The answer depends on the design of the bullet and the gun, as well as on what happens once the bullet leaves the muzzle.
The use of atomic clocks could help bring cosmology and astrophysics “down to Earth” by allowing scientists to investigate the mysteries of dark energy and dark matter in the lab.
Used coffee grounds that are heat treated increase the compression strength of concrete.
Using a quantum device, researchers have observed, for the first time, a molecular process called conical intersection that is important in reactions such as photosynthesis.
Electric vehicles use lithium ion batteries with small amounts of nickel, manganese and cobalt. How do they work and what chemistry affects their properties?