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Massive Science celebrates love, nature-style

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What have we learned from science's most infamous doctor-patient relationship?

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Watch Nadja Oertelt's TEDMED talk, now online

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Massive's CCO gave the Hive talk in November 2017

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Remembering Ursula K. Le Guin, an inspiration to scientists

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Le Guin was a testament to how fiction reveals truth, empathy, and the beauty of knowledge

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Seeking: scientists who want to write impactful climate stories

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Apply for free training in science storytelling, two published articles, and a place in our vibrant community of peers

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4 incredible fossils found by paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey

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Meet the British anthropologist who completely changed our understanding of the hominid ancestral tree

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Meet the woman who changed how we treat cancer

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Jane Cooke Wright saved millions by making chemotherapy more effective

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Meet Sau Lan Wu, the physicist who helped discover three fundamental particles

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Most scientists spend their careers hoping for a single big discovery. Sau Lan Wu has had three and is still searching for more.

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Meet the first black woman to earn a PhD in chemistry

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Marie Maynard Daly worked at a time when our understanding of DNA was changing in big ways

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3 incredible stories from the life of nanoscience pioneer Mildred Dresselhaus

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The “Queen of Carbon” didn’t earn her title by playing by the rules

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Neurons die with grace

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Neuroscientist Emily Lowry’s ongoing research on how and why nerve cells die has implications for Alzheimer’s, ALS and beyond.

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Scientists just cut the tolerable intake of PFAs by 99.9%

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PFAs are everywhere. In cosmetics, wrapping your greasy take-out burgers, and eventually, 98% of humans' bloodstreams. The recommended tolerable intake for PFAs was just cut by 99.9%.