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Carbon capture could keep global warming in check—here’s how it works
Everything you need to know about CCS technology.
How to combat the threat of Android malware
Many antivirus apps are bad, but there are solutions.
Neuroscientists just brought pig brain cells back to life, changing our view of death
The new technology might also help researchers better treat brain injuries.
Think you can survive on five hours’ sleep? Keep dreaming.
Here’s what you’ve probably gotten wrong about your nightly snoozes.
You might not need a mammogram until you turn 50
The American College of Physicians updated its guidelines for the still controversial screening test.
Taxing soda would help make kids healthier
American kids consume far more added sugar than is recommended.
Most of us have viruses sleeping inside us, and spaceflight wakes them up
One more thing to worry about in space.
NASA is using space lasers to measure trees on Earth
The new system onboard the International Space Station will help scientists gauge how much carbon is stored in forests.
Megapixels: Check out the moon’s gnarly sunburn
Solving the centuries-long mystery of the moon's swirled tattoos.
Sloppy calorie counting can still help you lose weight
This is true of any diet that works for you: the more you check in, the better you’ll do.