Thursday, February 9, 2017
John Bates stands by accusations that 2015 study was rushed and biased, but says he only guessed that motivations were political.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
Archaeological sites inside Florida Air Force bases are threatened by foraging pigs.
Brian Owens, Contributor
Estimating a city's solar potential based on its road network is comparable to more complex computer simulations, researchers find.
Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer
Newly discovered spinning mechanism could inspire new materials.
Catherine Meyers, Staff Writer
Scientists use cave spider populations to plot climate change and threats to species.
Joel Shurkin, Contributor
Evolutionary psychologist Gad Saad explains how the biological imperative to spread one's genes underlies our rituals of romantic love.
This year's Oscar Sci-Tech awards go to new technologies that seamlessly blend virtual worlds with the real one.
Emilie Lorditch, Staff Writer
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Every Black Hole Contains a New Universe
Black Hole Cores May Not Be Infinitely Dense
Gravitational Waves Spotted, Confirming Einstein's Ripples In Spacetime
Physiology or Medicine Nobel Goes to Discovery of Cell's Recycling Process
Three Share Nobel Prize in Physics for Study of Exotic States of Matter
Three Share Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Molecular Machine Discoveries
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