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Doctors can do HARM to prevent disease
Immune cells build up strength against common bugs we encounter everywhere, and this helps us resist more dangerous ones. Kids eating dirt: Maybe a good thing.
A new response posture also dictates nukes will not be used against other non-nuclear states in the event of a biological or chemical attack
The energy giant's 600,000-ton megaships will process natural gas and shrug off typhoons
Easy tricks can make good days feel longer.
Popular Science's editor-in-chief stars in a new National Geographic show.
Expect to hear about clean energy, sci/tech education, and more
A new theory offers promise for the existence of extreme microbial life on other planets
Three technologies that fix themselves
Brainy, offbeat, audacious: Meet the new generation of scientific innovators, and be awed.
Scientists call it 'the first self-replicating species we've had on the planet whose parent is a computer'
Careers: Mechanical engineer, biomedical engineer
Programming bacteria like computers, scientists tap an unexpected labor force.
Kelvin Droegemeier could be an huge boon to the scientific community.
A groundbreaking new device has given an artificial heart recipient new freedom, replacing the 400-pound machine that kept him tethered to the hospital
The flu knows how long it has to invade our cells and spread to other humans. So new treatments could fight the virus by resetting its clock.
How do you secure an event like a big-city marathon?
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