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Emerging science is putting the lie to American meritocracy.
Tens of thousands of scientists and their allies are expected to demonstrate in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, with hundreds of additional satellite marches planned to boot.
How do we live with the fact that the world we knew is going and, in some cases, already gone?
Neil deGrasse Tyson gives a strong, impassioned speech to science deniers: "You don’t have the option to say you don’t believe E=mc^2. It’s true whether or not you believe it."
Some minds are so exceptional they change the world. We don’t know exactly why these people soar above the rest of us, but science offers us clues.
Look, we're not doctors or anything, but there are a few common culprits that might be behind your constant sleepiness.
We eliminated measles in the US in 2000. Somebody should tell the measles. Because even though the virus has no permanent home stateside, it keeps getting in — more and more, it seems.
Cancer doctors are overworked retire early, and attract fewer recruits than other specialties, leaving the rising cancer-patient population vulnerable. Here’s what must be done.
On April 22, people in hundreds of cities around the world will take part in the March for Science.
The drivers are a billion times bigger than the molecular machines they will be steering.
Grant Thompson has shared this handy tip before, but this time around he does a deep dive into the science for all you nerds out there.
Rising sea level is transforming the coastline and causing iconic beaches to disappear.
They can basically survive without oxygen
Study shows languages develop on their own, independent course and the rates reflect the quality of exposure to each language.
Protests sparked by the destruction of three key fossil-hunting areas result in a temporary halt of phosphate mining.
Mark Zuckerberg is, quite famously, a college dropout. But his case is the exception – not the rule, according to a study of more than 11,000 of the most successful people in the U.S.
A tiny change in a molecule’s geometry completely changes its effects on the human body. How We Made This Video (Ever & David Talk About Drugs): https://yout...
Done right, worrying can actually be a pretty useful activity.
We're not really sure what pure indicia or sativa even is.
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