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Ticks Are Spreading in the US—and Taking New Diseases With Them

A disease that is so rare in the United States that it is recognized in only about 40 people each…

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Scientists Want to Probe Uranus With a New Spacecraft

For the past couple of decades, NASA has been investing in spacecraft to conduct up-close examinations of Mercury, Venus, Mars,…

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The First Drug-Releasing Contact Lens Is Here

Allergy season is upon us, and for the 40 percent of contact lens wearers who suffer from itchy eyes, there’s…

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The Situation at Chernobyl Is Deteriorating

Two weeks ago, Russian forces seized control of the defunct Chernobyl, once the site of the world’s worst nuclear meltdown,…

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Researchers Want to Create ‘Universal Donor’ Lungs

Increasing the number of universal donors, Cypel hoped, would make more lungs available to more people, and make the process…

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Kombucha cultures could be the key to better water filters

The refreshing kombucha The tea that’s all the rage these days among certain global demographics may also hold the key…

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Detailed images finally reveal what triggers lightning

Dwyer and his team therefore turned to the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR), a network of thousands of small radio telescopes…

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Do you have jet lag? Consider hacking your circadian rhythm

During the pandemic, many people have barely left their neighborhoods, let alone their own time zone. But the vaccines are…

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Welcome to the Meatspace (Synthetic)

Nuggets grown in reactors, human-modified genetic code, and new mRNA technologies could change our relationship to life itself. Source link

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RE: WIRED 2021: Neal Stephenson on Building and Repairing Worlds

Neal Stephenson has no problem getting the right science in his speculative sci-fi bestselling books, which dwell on how people…

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