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  1. Can Secondhand Shopping Dent Fast Fashion's Environmental Damage?

    Reusing clothes saves on emissions and water use, but researchers have lingering questions on exactly how much it can contribute to making the apparel industry more sustainable

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    First New HIV Strain in 19 Years Identified

    The surveillance of viral changes persists to keep the blood supply safe

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  3. Western Individualism Arose from Incest Taboo

    Researchers link a Catholic Church ban on cousins marrying in the Middle Ages to the emergence of a way of life that made the West an outlier

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  4. Quantum Computer Made from Photons Achieves a New Record

    The limited system made a notable advancement on the road to beating classical machines

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    I don't have any badges for LHC at all, I don't...

    I don't have any badges for LHC at all, I don't think they've ever had badges.

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    Deep Sleep Gives Your Brain a Deep Clean

    Slow-wave activity during dreamless slumber helps wash out neural detritus

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  7. Budding Organs, Science on Blast(s) and Human-Robot Synchronicity: Science GIFs to St

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  8. Voyager 2 Makes an Unexpectedly Clean Break from the Solar System

    The first scientific results from the spacecraft’s exit into interstellar space have been published, revealing a simpler departure than its predecessor

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  9. Measles Infection Could Leave Kids Vulnerable to Other Diseases

    The finding that the virus causes “immune amnesia” further highlights the importance of vaccination

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  10. Kilometer-Long Space Tether Tests Fuel-Free Propulsion

    The U.S. space mission aims to demonstrate technology that could someday help clean up space junk

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    The Risky Rush for Mega Constellations

    Some experts are alarmed by plans to launch tens of thousands of revolutionary telecommunications satellites in coming years

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  12. Trump's Nativist Rhetoric Scares Immigrants Away from Seeking Medical Care

    A quarter of surveyed Latino patients said they knew someone who did not go to the hospital because of fear of deportation

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  13. Failure Found to Be an "Essential Prerequisite" for Success

    Scientists use big data to understand what separates winners from losers

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  14. Harm to Table: Turning an Invasive Crab into a Delicacy

    As European green crab populations balloon in warming waters, New England scientists work to develop a commercial fishery

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  15. What We Know about the Possible Carcinogen Found in Zantac

    The popular heartburn drug may produce potentially unsafe levels of NDMA when its active ingredient breaks down

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  16. Lush Okavango Delta Pinpointed as Ancestral Homeland of All Living Humans

    Genetic evidence traces our origins to a hunter-gatherer community that lived 200,000 years ago, but the study has generated controversy

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  17. Undying Cells, Speedy Ants and a Deep-Sea Ghost: Science GIFs to Start Your Halloween

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  18. Reduce Red Tape for the Red Planet, Report Says

    Regulations governing the responsible exploration of Mars and other worlds require regular, frequent updates, according to a new NASA review

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    Hands-On with Google's Quantum Computer

    Staking its claim for “quantum supremacy,” the company pulls back the curtain on its landmark Sycamore chip

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  20. Racial Bias Found in a Major Health Care Risk Algorithm

    Black patients lose out on critical care when systems equate health needs with costs

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    Two Strains of Polio Down, One to Go

    It could be the second human disease we eradicate—but if we don’t finish the job, resurgence is possible

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    This Video Watches You Back

    Stealing Ur Feelings sounds an alarm about how companies could use emotion-recognition technology

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  23. Scientists Program CRISPR to Fight Viruses in Human Cells

    A common gene-editing enzyme could be used to disable RNA viruses such as flu or Ebola

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  24. New Gene-Editing Tool Could Fix Genetic Defects--with Fewer Unwanted Effects

    “Prime editing” can potentially correct almost any type of mutation, but it requires much more testing before clinical use

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  25. Why Do Some People Need Less Sleep? It's in Their DNA

    U.C.S.F. researchers find a gene for flourishing with less shut-eye

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