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  1. Why the Earthquake in Turkey Was So Damaging and Deadly

    A magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Turkey is a rare occurrence and underscores the importance of setting and enforcing building codes


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  2. Scientists Try to Get Serious about Studying UFOs. Good Luck with That

    New dedicated observatories and crowdsourced smartphone apps will study strange sightings in the sky. But questionable data quality and a lack of shared research standards remain key challenges

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  3. Chinese Spy Balloon Has Unexpected Maneuverability

    An expert explains why it’s so odd that the suspected Chinese spy balloon can change course


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  4. Mystery Portrait May Be a Raphael, Artificial Intelligence Suggests

    A mysterious portrait of the Virgin Mary and Jesus may have been painted by the master Raphael, facial recognition finds. But many art historians reject the claim


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  5. 'Unbelievable' Spinning Particles Probe Nature's Most Mysterious Force

    The strong force holds our atoms together. Scientists may have observed its small-scale fluctuations for the first time


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  6. Size, Sex and Breed May Predict Dogs' Cancer Diagnosis

    A study of more than 3,000 dogs finds that larger breeds, males and purebred animals tend to be diagnosed with cancer at a younger age


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  7. Antibiotic-Resistant UTIs Are Common, and Other Infections May Soon Be Resistant, Too

    Urinary tract infections are increasingly becoming resistant to first-line antibiotics, and this may be a warning for our ability to treat other microbial infections


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    What Causes Déjà Vu?

    Does this all feel a little familiar? Called déjà vu, that sensation may be your brain correcting its own errors


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    Mammals That Live Together Live Longer

    Mammal species that live in groups seems to live longer than those that lead solitary lives


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  10. A 'De-Extinction' Company Wants to Bring Back the Dodo

    The de-extinction company known for its plans to resurrect the mammoth and Tasmanian tiger announces it will also bring back the dodo


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  11. FBI Takes Down Hive Criminal Ransomware Group

    A cybersecurity expert explains how the FBI’s operation against the ransomware group Hive will impact the rest of this criminal industry


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  12. A Famed Dolphin-Human Fishing Team Up Is in Danger of Disappearing

    A call for help sounds to ensure survival of a 140-year-old fishing partnership pairing cetaceans and humans


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  13. New Apps Aim to Douse the Social Media Dumpster Fire

    Social media makes us miserable, but can “positive apps,” such as Gas and BeReal, make a difference?


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    Why Earth's Inner Core May Be Slowing Down

    The planet’s solid inner core might rotate at a different rate than the rest of the planet, and that rate might be changing


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    Ants Can Sniff Out Cancer

    Supersmeller ants quickly learn to recognize tumors’ signatures in mouse urine


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  16. Monkeylike Animals Once Lived in the Arctic, New Fossils Show

    Two newly identified primatelike mammals once lived in the Arctic, which could help us understand how species there today may adapt as the climate heats up


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  17. This Overlooked Scientist Helped Save Washington, D.C.'s Cherry Trees

    Mycologist Flora Patterson helped make the USDA fungus collection into the world’s largest. She also made a mean mushroom “catsup”


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  18. A Neurologist Answers Questions Patients Might Have about the New Alzheimer's Drug Le

    What a patient and family members can expect from the recently approved drug lecanemab—and what more is needed to help stop Alzheimer’s dementia

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  19. Humans Can Correctly Guess the Meaning of Chimp Gestures

    A new finding that humans can correctly interpret the gestures of chimps and bonobos adds togrowing research that suggests that human language may have evolved from a dictionary of hand and body...
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    Should You Really Worry about Solar Flares?

    The sun is unleashing powerful outbursts that could strike Earth, but these events are far more common—and much less worrisome—than some hyped headlines suggest


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  21. Star Cores Spin Surprisingly Slowly--Scientists Now Think They Know Why

    Scientists find that magnetic fields and turbulence amplify each other inside stars’ hidden layers, slowing down the stellar cores’ spin


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  22. Colliding Supermassive Black Holes Discovered in Nearby Galaxy

    These merging supermassive black holes are among the closest ever observed and could help unlock deeper secrets of cosmic history


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  23. Scientists Fire Lasers at the Sky to Control Lightning

    Laser beams could be used to deflect lightning strikes from vulnerable places such as airports and wind farms


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  24. An Old TB Vaccine Might Help Stave Off Diabetes, Cancer Alzheimer's, and More*

    The BCG vaccine might assist in preventing a range of major diseases


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    The Health Risks of Gas Stoves Explained

    Gas stoves produce emissions that can harm human health and the environment. Experts answer questions about the dangers and how to limit them


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