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Cyclones can be fatal for seabirds, but not in the way you think
An analysis of puffins and other birds could explain mysterious mass die-offs.
Potty-trained cows could seriously help the planet
Ammonia is a big problem for pollution and climate change. But teaching a cow to use the 'MooLoo' could change that.
What would a dinosaur taste like?
Don't tell us you've never thought about it.
What’s the secret to sexiness?
You can't start a fire without a spark.
SpaceX successfully launched a historic all-civilian crew into orbit
The historic mission marks the first private, commercial space flight with an amateur crew.
Did the pandemic give you ‘cave syndrome’?
Therapists now have a name for our post-quarantine social anxiety.
COVID-19 has now killed 1 in 500 Americans
The pandemic is far from over.
Is it ok to eat GMO foods? Scientists say ‘yes.’
Human health-wise, they’re perfectly fine.
11 views of the microscopic world in brilliant detail
Our favorites from the 2021 Nikon's Small World awards.
Will microschools dominate post-pandemic education?
The pandemic has pushed some to consider smaller classrooms and personalized learning.