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NASA calls off Artemis 1 moon rocket launch over engine

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — An engine cooling issue on NASA's giant new rocket for deep-space exploration forced the agency to call off the booster's much-anticipated launch debut early Monday (Aug. 29). NASA had mostly fueled its first Space Launch System...

Orcas are attacking boats near Europe

Orcas are snapping the rudders off boats off the European coast, and scientists aren't sure why. According to NPR, the spate of odd encounters has spanned from the coasts of Portugal and Spain up to France. No one has been...

New platform could make gene medicine delivery easier and more

Schematic illustration of multi-step composition screening of lipid...

Hope for New Drugs Arises from the Sea

After completing six long rounds of chemotherapy, 75-year-old Pedro R. L. received the news he and his family had been hoping for: his chronic lymphocytic leukemia was in complete remission. But while his body was still recovering, he contracted...

Archaeological excavations in Romania show life of earliest modern humans

Source of the obsidian artifact from Românești-Dumbrăvița I,...

How long does it take to build muscle?

Anyone who has ever tried to build their biceps or add bulk to their back will know the process is easier said than done – but how long does it take to build muscle?The answer depends on many variables,...

Coastal glacier retreat linked to climate change

More of the world's coastal glaciers are melting faster than ever, but exactly what's triggering the large-scale retreat has been difficult to pin down because of natural fluctuations in the glaciers' surroundings. Now, researchers at the University of Texas...

Mucus has evolved at least 15 times in mammals

Mucus-producing mucin proteins have repeatedly and independently emerged in mammals, possibly through co-option of existing proteins into slime factories ...

4 billion-year-old chunk of Earth’s crust found below Australia

A 4-billion-year-old piece of Earth's crust the size of Ireland is lurking beneath Western Australia, new research finds. This piece of crust is among the oldest on Earth, though not the oldest. That honor goes to rocks of the Canadian...
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