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Scientists are studying how the argonaut octopus evolved the ability to produce a floating shell-like structure to care for its offspring.
Completing the Tiangong space station is the latest step in Beijing’s effort to match and eventually surpass the United States in space exploration.
With an annual summit next month, the United Nations assessed progress on countries’ past emissions commitments. Severe disruption would be hard to avoid on the current trajectory.
The whale fossil, a cherished local attraction, was taken from a riverbank in broad daylight by two men with a rock saw and chisel, residents say.
More than a dozen aerosol dry shampoo products from brands like Dove and Suave may have elevated levels of benzene, a carcinogen, the company said.
Scientists have discovered several genetic variants that protect Europeans from the bubonic plague — but also increase the risk of immune disorders.
Scientists found that the fish’s unusual broad-mouthed display is reserved only for fighting with other members of its species.
A new study shows that domesticated bananas have genetic markers tying them to three types of wild bananas that have not yet been found.
If there was one thing Gillian knew, it was that she did not want a hole punch anywhere near her genitals. So when, in 2018,…
The restitution of the remains, said to belong to 19th-century freedom fighters, was hailed as a symbol of reconciliation, but papers obtained by The Times reveal a gesture muddled by politics.
The country is experiencing its worst floods in years, damaging homes, infrastructure and vast sections of farmland.
A national study suggests a link to this particular cancer among women who reported frequent use of the chemical products.
In the 1960s, he led the first spacewalk mission and took part in the first crewed orbital flight of a lunar module.
A landmark 1979 study found that depressed people had a more realistic view of their influence over events. New research calls that into question.
Sal was the kind of patient that doctors strive to avoid. But for one medical student, he provided an education in compassion.
Study of the hadrosaur found a new explanation for how dinosaurs could be mummified with their skin preserved through the eons.