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After a clutch of historic detections, gravitational-wave researchers have set their sights on some ambitious scientific quarry

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The actual and idealized images may not match up

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Scientists are beginning to unravel a mystery that has long vexed philosophers

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How to handle grief after a pet’s death—and why we all need to change our attitudes about it

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Building houses at the edge of the wilderness increases the danger of catastrophic blazes

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The Queqiao orbiter will serve as a vital communications relay between the Earth and future lunar landers—and perform some science, too

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She’s the only free-born orca still in captivity, and her birth pod—and even her mother—are still living in the wild

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Long-delayed study examines potential for rising seas to damage national parks

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Hotter temperatures can lead to increased growth and genetic mutations

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More than three years after a high-profile male anthropologist at the American Museum of Natural History was accused of sexual misconduct, a respected female anthropologist will replace him

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The three-kilometer-wide object is near Jupiter; future spacecraft could visit if its status is confirmed

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High-income parents spend more on blue backpacks than pink ones, research suggests

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As the wild population falls to just 40 animals, captive breeding may be their last chance for survival

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A new experiment hints at surprising hidden mechanics of quantum superpositions

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The world’s only known vertebrate–microbe symbiosis appears to be good for the salamander, but stressful for the alga. So why do they put up with it?

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Reducing water consumption from power plants is a worthy strategy for conserving water, but the cost may outweigh the benefits compared with alternatives like desalinating saltwater

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Nature strategically times this stage of a pup’s development for a good reason

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Ice age tracks show how humans harassed giant ground sloths

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A meeting of horned beetles and dinosaurs, peacocks and cichlid fishes…

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