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Articles by Becky Ferreira
Some females want to skip the foreplay to get to the entrée.
What was the world really like on October 22, 4004 BCE, the beginning of the creationist timeline?
A collection of Earth microbes are going to be grown in space.
The NYC Municipal Archives has released 30,000 never-before-seen digital images. You're going to want to check them out.
As the list of extraterrestrial destination spirals upwards, so too does the need for cheaper, smarter, and more versatile rovers. Here's what they'll look like.
It's amazing that Thales kicked the gods out of natural philosophy. But it is not his most important contribution to science.
Stanford's Sujith Ravi has come up with a symbiotic partnership between agave-based biofuels and photovoltaic cells. It's a bonafide triple-win.
A new study finds that Segue 1 is “the least chemically evolved galaxy ever known.” Which is a nice way of saying it's super old.
In last night's Cosmos, Neil deGrasse Tyson explained how the spectroscope was first invented. We'll fill you in on how far it's come since then. Stretchy time is involved.
The winged dinosaur gets its own exhibit and immersive VR game at the American Museum of Natural History.