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Study identifies having a fat tongue as a primary factor in the common sleep disorder.
New design is able to stabilize itself.
International efforts, including the Paris agreement, may not be able to solve the climate change crisis on their own.
Researchers create a 10-qubit register that can hold its quantum state for more than a minute.
Astrophysicists devised a new theory that may explain the formation of black holes with masses exceeding 50 times that of our own sun.
Researchers found that when we fall from different heights, our bodies move differently to absorb the impact.
Instead of packing more pixels into displays, engineers are learning how to trick our eyes and brains to see higher resolutions in the virtual world.
A next-generation atom smasher would cost billions of dollars. Europe and China both plan to build one, but scientists are debating if it's worth it.
Several exoplanets were found before the 1995 discovery that netted Mayor and Didier this year’s physics Nobel. Why weren’t the others honored?
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