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November 22, 2023

Concerns are growing over the hazards to women's health posed by inaccurate period product absorbencies. Experts call for more accurate measurement

November 13, 2023

A new study suggests bilingual speakers have more precise memory when working in second language

November 10, 2023

More often than not, antidepressants are compatible with other medications. But psychiatrists explain that it’s complicated

November 3, 2023

New research suggests artificial intelligence detects more breast cancer cases than two radiologists

October 25, 2023

What we can’t see with the naked eye fills us with wonder and dread

October 9, 2023

The third woman to win the award illuminates workforce gender gap

October 6, 2023

Narges Mohammadi lauded for her fight for women's freedom

October 5, 2023

Fosse was applauded for his ability to “give voice to the unsayable”

October 4, 2023

Their development of tiny "quantum dot" particles revolutionized LED and QLED technologies

October 3, 2023

Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz and Anne L’Huillier created pulses of light on the scale of attoseconds to study the energy and movement of electrons

October 2, 2023

Their work led to the development of critical mRNA vaccines that slowed the spread of COVID-19

September 18, 2023

Wildlife celebrities are becoming more common. Whether this harms or helps conservation depends on how we engage with these critters’ stories online

August 14, 2023

Unless researchers can pull off a genetic rescue, the triple-whammy of warmer temperatures, oxygen-starved waters and a newly discovered parasite may soon obliterate the few survivors

August 9, 2023

The dark sky is only accessible to people with the means to travel to it. That needs to change

August 7, 2023

Meet Joe Hollins, the recently retired veterinarian who cared for a record-breaking 190-year-old tortoise named Jonathan in his remote island home

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