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NASA’s gargantuan Mega Moon Rocket could head to space as

 NASA's Artemis mission — which will ultimately return humans to the moon's surface for the first time in 50 years, including the first woman and person of color to set foot there — could launch as soon as late...

Tiny Möbius strip fashioned from carbon nanotube building blocks

We have always been able to make Möbius strips out of paper, but now it is possible to make tiny versions of these unusual geometric objects using the molecular building blocks of a carbon nanotube ...

Ukrainian Mathematician Becomes Second Woman to Win Prestigious Fields Medal

Ukrainian number theorist Maryna Viazovska is among the four winners of the 2022 Fields Medals, one of the highest honours in mathematics that is conventionally awarded to people aged under 40. The other winners are James Maynard, a number...

What’s On and Off the Table for Climate Action after

CLIMATEWIRE | As the smoke clears from the Supreme Court’s major climate ruling last week, legal experts and clean energy groups say the country still has many options for achieving a dramatic reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. ...

New anticoagulant platform, offering hope for advances for heart surgery,

While blood clotting is important to prevent blood loss and for our immunity, coagulation also can cause health issues and even death. Currently, one in four people worldwide dies from diseases and conditions caused by blood clots. Meanwhile, anticoagulants...

The Roman Colosseum: Facts about the gladiatorial arena

The Colosseum was the largest amphitheater built in ancient Rome. The massive arena held thousands of spectators, who packed the stands to watch gladiators battle to the death and fight exotic animals, such as lions. Built in A.D. 72,...

What Researchers Know about Gun Policies’ Effectiveness

About 40% of the world’s civilian-owned firearms are in the United States, a country that has had some 1.4 million gun deaths in the past four decades. And yet, until recently, there has been almost no federal funding for...

Amber tomb of ‘dancing’ wasp and delicate flower also hides

A tiny flower that blossomed 30 million years ago still lingers today in near-perfect condition, preserved inside an airless amber tomb with only a wee wasp — also frozen in place — for company. Finding this insect and bloom suspended...

One-hit wonder: How awards, recognition decrease inventors’ creativity

Post-it Notes, Spanx, the iPhone, two-day Prime shipping. From unique gadgets to revolutionary business ideas, the most successful inventions have one thing in common: creativity. But sustaining creativity can be difficult. New research from Olin Business School at Washington...
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