Archaeologists are moving as fast as they can, but the past is slipping away
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From precipitation to the carbon cycle to natural disasters, the outliers are now the norm.
Year after year, stressed out broods of octopuses kept appearing. Biologists started getting curious
The mistake mosquitos made? Leaving their spit behind
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Is there a difference if the tool is in our hand or if it is an implant in our brain?
For a long time, we thought our species were the only artists
Andy Revkin and Lisa Mechaley's book tells the history of weather, from the creation of the atmosphere to today
Climate change, industrial fishing, offshore drilling, and deep sea mining are all threats to life at the bottom of the sea
Paleoclimatologists are digging into the connections between the collapse of Maya Civilization and extreme droughts
She overcame life-long racial discrimination to complete a long and impactful career at NASA
Join an Oxford cosmologist in an animated exploration of Dark Energy
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