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Tulika Bose: This is 60-Second Science. I'm Tulika Bose. You might know that a leaked memo recently revealed that Roe versus Wade could be overturned, which could have massive implications for women's health. What you might not know is how...

Swedish study shows job applicants with foreign names receive far

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Oldest shoe in Norway, dating to 3,000 years ago, recovered

The oldest shoe in Norway — a 3,000-year-old bootie from the Bronze Age — is just one of thousands of ancient artifacts that were recovered from the country's melting mountain ice patches in the past two decades, according to...

Best workout equipment for home 2022

Investing in the best workout equipment for home workouts allows you to smash your fitness goals from your own backyard, regardless of how you enjoy catching a sweat. And if we’ve learned anything over the past few years, it’s...

Why is it so cold in Australia right now? And

The sun rises over Lake Crackenback on a...

Melatonin poisonings on the rise in US kids

Melatonin poisoning in children has risen dramatically over the past decade, a new study suggests. Between 2012 and 2021, U.S. poison control centers saw a 530% increase in calls about children who had ingested large amounts of the sleep-aid supplement,...

Topologically tuned terahertz on a nonlinear photonic chip

Experimental realization of topologically controlled THz localization. (a)...

Researchers find citation bias in published papers and evidence that

Comparing global citational distortion over time. a, The...

Zapping scrap plastic from cars can turn it into recyclable

The average US car now contains hundreds of kilograms of plastic that end up in landfill when the vehicle has outlived its use, but a new process could convert those waste plastics into graphene that can be used to...

Proteins in human bones near Pompeii survived temperatures of 500°C

Many ancient Romans died when the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum were buried by hot volcanic ash, but the high temperatures didn’t destroy proteins in their skeletons ...
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