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February 2, 2022

Researchers already know how to clone human embryos. Bringing those embryos to term is another problem entirely

January 27, 2022

Educators are taking advantage of Minecraft’s popularity to engage and teach students about modern farming and its impact on the environment

January 20, 2022

Using knitting to heal, one stitch at a time

January 19, 2022

Invasive pigs chow down on mussels, threatening marshes’ resilience to drought

January 17, 2022

Draft power is coming back for many young farmers, as a tool and as a lifestyle

January 14, 2022

A new blood-filtering device is getting promising results against sepsis, a condition that affects almost as many people as cancer

January 12, 2022

Mitochondria counts may be a crucial tool for measuring the risks of radiation and weightlessness

January 10, 2022

In very early trials, stem cell treatments for Type 1 diabetes yield encouraging results and raise the possibility of an eventual cure for millions

January 7, 2022

Rising temperatures and development threaten Earth’s peat; without it, our climate would warm even faster

January 3, 2022

Rotting wood is not all that fungus is good for. When controlled, it has a creative side too

December 27, 2021

In a Brooklyn, New York studio, rhythmic movement classes are easing the symptoms of a devastating disease and building an understanding community

December 24, 2021

DNA barcoding could eventually help improve dangerous conditions for cocoa growers

December 22, 2021

A new list of exoplanets that can see the Earth is ‘a little uncomfortable’, an astrophysicist acknowledges

December 17, 2021

Climate change sped up the collapse of the Mayan civilization, but our climate is changing even faster

December 13, 2021

As the long-awaited launch of the James Webb Space Telescope approaches, astronomers just picked its successor’s successor.

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