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More debate about whether gray wolves should stay on the list of endangered species
Wearable computer could beam diagnostic tests back to central computer
Two types of plants have lost key genes present in all other plants
Scientists find chemical that gets goats in the mood
Seals’ hearing is outstanding in both air and water
Long thought to be a European “bog body,” the woman met a violent end in South America
Fish attracted to garbage coated with glowing microbes
Many planets in a star's "habitable zone" may have hellish conditions
The more offspring Western jackdaws raise, the shorter the parents' lifespans
Scientists solve puzzle of Atacama Desert's extraordinary deposits
Chinese breeders selected for a rare mutation hundreds of years ago
Carnivorous pine marten is fending off an invasive species
Strategy helps colonies escape floods
Brain sees musical improvisation as a form of communication
Oceanographers have released a digital atlas containing remarkably detailed maps of ocean chemistry.
Early in April, Europe will launch the first satellite in its Copernicus program: a fleet of a dozen environmental monitoring spacecraft designed to study Earth's oceans, changes in land use, and atmosphere.
Lawsuit claims that research leader retaliated against the victim after misconduct was discovered.
Laying off staff scientists, the World Wildlife Fund moves away from centralized research to rely more on outsourced expertise.
Four shots a year with a long-lasting drug may prevent HIV infection in the future.
New data on mice and people suggest low-protein diets enhance health and extend life.
The United States is winding down a $1 billion project to churn out protein structures. What will that mean for the field?
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