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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.

December 13, 2021

What makes YInMn Blue, the first new blue pigment in 200 years, so special?

December 10, 2021

Food delivery workers have it rough, especially in bad weather. But change is coming, starting in New York City

December 8, 2021

Traditional burials are surprisingly hard on the environment, and suitable real estate is limited.

December 6, 2021

A new study says a simple stick of chewing gum relieves post-surgical discomfort and shortens hospital stays

December 3, 2021

Chloroplast-stealing sea slugs straddle the line between plant and animal, holding promise for green energy sources.

November 22, 2021

Long-term exposure to car fumes have lasting effects on heart health

November 19, 2021

Scientists are recruiting phages, bacteria’s natural predators, as the antibiotic resistance crisis worsens.

November 17, 2021

A bendable memory chip that runs on low power is opening new possibilities

November 16, 2021

The herbarium at the New York Botanical Garden is a resource for scientists looking for new ways to study plants

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