They suck down $10 billion worth of electricity a year, and that number's poised to double if we don't start thinking efficiently.
This little creature's coordinated swimming system lets it shoot multiple jets of water from the separate units comprising its body.
Two experiments at the Large Hadron Collider combine forces to give new precision to the elusive particle's properties.
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The other 6.2 million tonnes are dumped or exported.
More evidence that science isn’t as self-correcting as you might hope.
And has no preponderance for side effects.
Five years on, Retraction Watch continues to push harder for transparency in scientific publishing.
We're finally catching up to water bugs.
“We carried out a year's worth of experiments in a matter of hours.”