By Hazel Trice Edney The last two years have underlined what we already knew: the digital divide in America is real and has consequences for millions of Americans. An affordable, reliable connection is imperative in […]
Such substances are bad for people’s health over the long run, medical researchers in Austria say.
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Three research aircraft are being deployed to obtain data on air masses in the region to aid prediction models for the Arctic.
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Three-quarters of the rainforest is currently at risk of transitioning.
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First-ever spinal cord implant to treat paralysis without risk of rejection is successfully tested on mice.
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First collected and cultivated by a private company, the orchid is found only in a small corner of the Andes.
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Dogs were read excerpts of beloved children’s book “The Little Prince” in two languages.
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A new study by an “Australian Survivor” champion suggests that “overprotective” pain reactions can be re-trained.
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“Mini-brains” derived from the stem cells of schizophrenia patients differ from those of non-patients.
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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe — the fastest man-made object ever — survived the heat of the sun, revealing the start of its mysteries.
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