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Sleep evolved before the brain. Hydras are living proof

The hydra is a simple creature. Less than half an inch long, its tubular body has a foot on one…

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Everything you need to know about the coronavirus

It’s finish a year after the first known case of the coronavirus surfaced in China, the threat of the virus…

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Could the bad guys really escape Falcon in a Wingsuit for Two?

I’m all about Falcon and the Winter Soldier– the latest Marvel show on Disney +. Don’t worry, I’m not going…

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Physicists learn to super-freeze antimatter (Hint: Pew Pew!)

It is not easy. “Hydrogen is really hard to cool with a laser, because of those bloody UV lasers,” Hangst…

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A genetic curse, a scared mom and the quest to ‘fix’ embryos

Danielle Messer carried a mitochondrial mutation that left her son severely disabled. Before even daring another pregnancy, she found an…

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Storm delays for vaccines, extended virus sequencing and other coronavirus news

Vaccinations continue country amid weather complications, US expands genome sequencing and vaccine distribution takes shape around the world. Here’s what…

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Dozens of Egyptian tombs will be unearthed in Saqqara necropolis

Archaeologists in Egypt are preparing to open a 3,000-year-old burial shaft in the Saqqara necropolis, south of Cairo, in the…

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A new source of cellular order in the chemistry of life

Perhaps the question isn’t why aggregates form in disease, but why they don’t form in healthy cells. “One of the…

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Oldest deep sea submarine with crew just got a facelift

Adam Soule, the chief scientist for Deep Submergence at Woods Hole, says it was this meticulous attention to detail that…

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The universe is growing faster than expected

December 3 humanity suddenly had at their fingertips information that people have always dreamed of: precise distances from the stars.…

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