July's full moon, aka the 'Buck Moon' may look spectacular, but it’s a sign of our blazing Earth.
A preliminary study shows that the J&J vaccine doesn't seem to produce as many antibodies in recipients as the mRNA options.
Fixing the renowned instrument took dozens of experts with decades of experience.
This is a big step forward from current assistive speech technology.
These bugs suck up their meals with an impressive amount of suction, and pee a lot to compensate.
The benefits still overwhelmingly outweigh the risks, experts stress.
The Delta variant poses new challenges for countries, vaccinated or not.
Astronomers cleverly repurposed old technology to find these planetary needles in a galactic haystack.
The 51,000-year-old carved bone suggests Neanderthals not only made simple tools, but art, too.
After a 70-year effort, the WHO confirmed the country has maintained zero cases for more than four years.
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