Seven studies assess new data from the Philae lander, which woke up from hibernation on June 13.
A new brain imaging tool allows researchers to probe into every nook and cranny of the brain.
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Human blood doesn't degrade when subjected to bumpy drone flights, Johns Hopkins researchers show.
These so-called “crazy” ants know exactly what they’re about.
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Researchers found evidence of a time of "rapid change" in Earth's magnetic field from the 13th to 16th centuries.
The theoretical technology that could take us to Pluto in 18 months may be real, new findings show.
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Turns out the unusual mass is most likely a ball of squid eggs.