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Rosetta’s comet may be made of pebbles entirely. 1 gvstn Sunday Sunday 3 348
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Sharper nanoscopy: What happens when a quantum dot looks in a mirror? (Chem Nobel) 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 4 161
Prehistoric stone tools bear 500,000-year-old animal residue 0 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 3 176
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Here are all the new particles we might discover when the world's largest atom smasher turns back on 8 TexasTowelie Sunday Sunday 7 485
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Large Hadron Collider to search for parallel universes 5 Ichingcarpenter Mar 21 Sunday 12 363
Have alien civilizations built cosmic accelerators from black holes? Physics World.com 4 Ichingcarpenter Mar 21 Sunday 11 371
Mars is wrapped in mysterious dust cloud 1 Panich52 Mar 21 Mar 21 7 383
Croc ancestor, 'Carolina Butcher,' ruled before dinos 1 Panich52 Mar 21 Mar 21 5 253
Researchers recently photographed this extremely cute mammal for the first time in 20 years 6 n2doc Mar 20 Mar 21 8 449
This week in science: pretty in pink Mar 21, 2015 0 Panich52 Mar 21 Mar 21 2 161
Dawn breaks over Ceres … and perhaps reveals signs of habitability 0 Panich52 Mar 21 Mar 21 10 313
Some mushrooms glow, and here's why: 1 Panich52 Mar 20 Mar 21 2 191
The artist who showed you what space looks like 1 n2doc Mar 20 Mar 21 12 372
Lava tubes safe enough for Moon base 1 hunter Mar 20 Mar 20 10 337
Teen Geniuses Win Top Honors and Science Glory at Intel Science Talent Search 2015 0 mahatmakanejeeves Mar 20 Mar 20 1 154
Two New Species Of Vampire Crabs Discovered 1 n2doc Mar 20 Mar 20 1 166
Before dinosaurs, the giant ‘Carolina Butcher’ was a North American terror 2 Eugene Mar 20 Mar 20 5 298
Ancient dust factory found at our galactic core 2 Panich52 Mar 20 Mar 20 1 151
Which Came First: the Dinosaur or the Bird? 0 Panich52 Mar 20 Mar 20 4 189
Everything you need to know: Vernal equinox 2015 0 Panich52 Mar 20 Mar 20 4 166
New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function (in mice) 0 Bosonic Mar 19 Mar 19 17 317
The Secret History of the Supernova at the Bottom of the Sea 0 n2doc Mar 19 Mar 19 5 320
Supermoon total eclipse of equinox sun on March 20 (EarthSky) 1 eppur_se_muova Mar 19 Mar 19 0 222
A Possible Detection of Dark Matter in a Dwarf Galaxy! 0 n2doc Mar 19 Mar 19 2 198
Goodbye P value: is it time to let go of one of science’s most fundamental measures? 8 n2doc Mar 10 Mar 19 3 436
New Moon Action: Open Yourself to New Possibilities During Rare Cosmic Triad. 6 elleng Mar 18 Mar 19 19 568
Buzz Aldrin just tweeted this [View all] 52 Ichingcarpenter Mar 17 Mar 18 62 3230
Latest Curiosity news: Mars has water and complex organic molecules 4 Panich52 Mar 18 Mar 18 11 339
Every Star Could Have at Least One Planet That Could Support Liquid Water 1 n2doc Mar 18 Mar 18 5 233
Neil deGrasse Tyson's late night TV show will premiere on 4/20 2 n2doc Mar 18 Mar 18 9 222
Listen to Leonardo da Vinci's 500-year-old piano-cello hybrid 4 Ichingcarpenter Mar 17 Mar 18 15 1089
Parasites May Fuel Cannibalism in Many Animals : Discovery News 1 Panich52 Mar 18 Mar 18 0 170
GMO Facts and Fiction 15 William Seger Feb 17 Mar 18 3 450
New 3D printing method 25 to 100 times faster 3 Bosonic Mar 17 Mar 18 14 618
Mexico to Inaugurate Powerful New Space Observatory 1 Judi Lynn Mar 18 Mar 18 4 177
It's been snowing in Hawaii 1 Panich52 Mar 17 Mar 18 3 371
Highly evolved bacteria found near hydrothermal vents: Iron-oxidizing bacteria found along Mid-Atlan 3 Panich52 Mar 15 Mar 18 3 244
Hermit Crabs Line Up By Size to Exchange Shells 14 Panich52 Mar 14 Mar 18 51 1144
Scientists discover how to change human leukemia cells into harmless immune cells 10 Fantastic Anarchist Mar 17 Mar 17 31 696
Possible rings around minor planet Chiron 7 Panich52 Mar 17 Mar 17 4 235
When Oceans Disappear 3 JimDandy Mar 17 Mar 17 10 499
Asteroid-comets hybrid with surprise ring system 0 Panich52 Mar 17 Mar 17 2 186
NASA Releases New Asteroid Hunting App to the Public 1 Judi Lynn Mar 17 Mar 17 4 138
The Beautiful Bugs of Belize 5 Judi Lynn Mar 16 Mar 17 23 1106
Pluto a Planet Again? It May Happen This Year 23 Panich52 Mar 15 Mar 17 8 470
Scientists Take DNA Sample From Woolly Mammoth Leg for Cloning Project 4 IDemo Mar 17 Mar 17 1 283
When Stars Go Nova, Shocks Cook the Stellar Neighborhood 1 Judi Lynn Mar 17 Mar 17 5 245
Inside Nasa’s giant rocket factory (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Mar 12 Mar 16 5 148
Some genes 'foreign' in origin and not from our ancestors 2 Panich52 Mar 13 Mar 16 5 375
Ring brings ancient Viking, Islamic civilizations closer together 7 Fantastic Anarchist Mar 16 Mar 16 16 1303
The road map to the Universe: Pathways between our Milky Way and 100,000 other galaxies charted Rea 4 Ichingcarpenter Mar 15 Mar 16 6 320
For the first time in a millennium, a top predator returns 5 n2doc Mar 16 Mar 16 16 471
Prince Rupert's Drop at 130,000 fps 2 struggle4progress Mar 16 Mar 16 7 386
Listening to classical music modulates genes that are responsible for brain functions 14 Panich52 Mar 14 Mar 16 15 430
Politics Is Poisoning NASA’s Ability to Do What It Needs to Do 1 n2doc Mar 16 Mar 16 4 191
This Chemistry 3D Printer Can Synthesize Molecules From Scratch 2 n2doc Mar 15 Mar 16 8 224
How a dog sees a rainbow, and 12 other images that explain how we see color - Wonkblog 9 Electric Monk Mar 14 Mar 16 6 652
Hyperloop Construction Starts Next Year With the First Full-Scale Track 8 n2doc Feb 27 Mar 16 1 353
Rare straight lightning over Zimbabwe 21 Panich52 Mar 12 Mar 16 19 2898
Five Scientists Immortalized In Stained-Glass Art 2 pokerfan Mar 15 Mar 15 1 303
Scripps Research, Mayo Clinic Scientists Find New Class of Drugs that Increases Lifespan 7 Bosonic Mar 15 Mar 15 21 812
This bird is evolving in a very weird way 5 n2doc Mar 15 Mar 15 13 783
Ganymede, biggest moon in the solar system, has a saltwater ocean 10 n2doc Mar 12 Mar 15 22 759
Honey, I shrunk the ants: How environment controls size 0 Panich52 Mar 15 Mar 15 0 153
Saharan 'carpet of tools' is earliest known human-made landscape 0 Panich52 Mar 15 Mar 15 1 223
Cockroaches Accumulate Light to See in the Dark 0 Ichingcarpenter Mar 15 Mar 15 3 252
Inside Arthur C. Clarke’s Mysterious World 2 n2doc Mar 14 Mar 14 7 364
Astronomy Picture of the Day: Return at Sunrise 3 Ptah Mar 14 Mar 14 16 361
This date in science: Uranus discovered, completely by accident 3 Panich52 Mar 13 Mar 14 5 210
Jane Goodall Is Still Wild at Heart 0 n2doc Mar 14 Mar 14 1 160
This Chemistry '3D Printer' Can Synthesize Molecules From Scratch 12 Bosonic Mar 13 Mar 14 21 616
CERN's souped-up Large Hadron Collider to launch again after Higgs boson hiatus 1 Lodestar Mar 14 Mar 14 11 294
Mysterious Voice Heard From Accident 3 Panich52 Mar 13 Mar 13 3 512
Engineers create chameleon-like artificial 'skin' that shifts color on demand 0 Panich52 Mar 13 Mar 13 0 216
Underground ocean on Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede 0 Panich52 Mar 13 Mar 13 0 172
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