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Ice cores, used to study ancient climates, also contain the history of the Roman Empire
Cassava, an African staple food crop, could be poised to become a major source of industrial starch thanks to CRISPR
Before now this unsustainable and unprofitable practice has been too big to measure
Sometimes research misses are crucial data points
Experiments at an abandoned 4,000-year-old mine have researchers optimistic
Reports of our brains' differences seem greatly exaggerated, according to recent neuroscience
One of science's most helpful tools gives an alarming number of false results