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China’s Yutu 2 Rover will investigate a ‘mysterious hut’ on the moon
This geometric moon feature has the Yutu 2 Rover researchers scratching their head.
Human ancestors had backbones that supported effortless walking and climbing
Another whopping find in the 'Cradle of Humankind.'
To help stop voracious tree-killing beetles, send in the Russian wasps
A parasitic wasp from Russia could help American ash trees survive the spread of the emerald ash borer.
Omicron may not be more dangerous than other variants, early hospital report suggests
Although Omicron is highly transmissible, cases so far don't show an increase in severity.
Holiday shopping deals are an environmental nightmare. Here’s how to avoid the trap.
Deals can be tempting—but we should still only buy what we really need.
What are frankincense and myrrh, anyway?
The history and mystery of these botanicals go way beyond the Magi.
Dead ships find solace under the treacherous surface of the Great Lakes
The massive lake system is full of ships taken down in seasonal storms, now preserved by cold fresh water.
What happens if you eat too many Tums?
If three work, the entire box will probably work even better, right?
For better sleep, borrow the bedtime routine of a toddler
Three easy steps that should help you get some much-needed rest.
Signs of unrest were detectable 4 years before Cumbre Vieja erupted, seismic analysis suggests
Tracking tiny earthquake swarms could help improve future volcanic eruption forecasts.