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Ellyn Lapointe • January 27, 2023
As millions of people with the eating disorder seek more effective treatment options, experts say psychedelic therapy shows very early promise
Curtis Segarra • September 9, 2020
We’ve spread far beyond any other plant or animal, but what makes us unique?
Corryn Wetzel • July 30, 2020
The global boom in sand mining threatens millions, a new study of the Mekong River suggests
Polina Porotsky • July 17, 2019
Satellites have come to play a vital part in our world, from providing Internet to monitoring Arctic glaciers.
Donavyn Coffey • July 3, 2019
Scientists are working on climate resistant coffee, but can they make it taste good?
Dan Robitzski • June 14, 2017
Evidence that the Earth’s crust began as an unbroken shell raises a question: Can we really understand the past by looking at how things are now?
Administrator • September 10, 2012
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Kathryn Doyle • January 1, 2012
What's left on our science to-do list before the Mayan doomsday arrives
Rose Eveleth • July 4, 2011
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Mary Beth Griggs • March 11, 2011
Aggregation of news and blog coverage of the 3/11/2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan
Scienceline Editors • February 22, 2011
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