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What's new in robotics! 10 MADem Feb 25 Feb 25 9 757
NASA releases strange 'music' heard by 1969 astronauts 9 Jim__ Feb 22 Feb 25 16 2239
Birthplace’ of a fast radio burst located for the first time 2 Judi Lynn Feb 25 Feb 25 9 532
You've Never Seen The Milky Way Look Quite Like This - HuffPo 4 WillyT Feb 25 Feb 25 23 742
‘Britain’s Atlantis’ sank into the sea due to climate change 7 Judi Lynn Feb 22 Feb 25 13 793
German researchers prepare for human test-trials for cure for AIDS 3 DetlefK Feb 23 Feb 24 5 1049
A question about atoms/molecules... 24 freebrew Feb 22 Feb 24 1 926
Formula for Beauty: The Geo-Chemistry Behind Rookwood Pottery 1 n2doc Feb 23 Feb 23 7 449
This ancient armadillo was the size of a small car 2 Eugene Feb 22 Feb 22 2 462
The mind’s biology 1 n2doc Feb 19 Feb 22 5 501
Florida's monkey river 4 Judi Lynn Feb 22 Feb 22 7 729
NASA’s new telescope will have a view 100 times bigger than Hubble’s (Not James Webb, new!) 9 n2doc Feb 20 Feb 21 16 1084
Largest Fireball Since Chelyabinsk Falls Over the Atlantic 1 LongTomH Feb 21 Feb 21 19 811
Researchers demonstrate 'quantum surrealism' 3 n2doc Feb 19 Feb 20 11 699
Diamonds found in Johannesburg more than 80 years ago reveal how the ancient Earth was shaped 2 Jim__ Jan 2016 Feb 20 10 642
This Mythical River in Peru Is Boiling—and One Young Scientist Is on a Quest to Protect It 1 Judi Lynn Feb 18 Feb 20 15 574
Tiny sea snail 'swims like a bee' 3 muriel_volestrangler Feb 18 Feb 20 9 479
The Blob is dead, scientists declare 8 Cassiopeia Feb 19 Feb 20 3 590
Pluto's Largest Moon Charon May Have Had An Ancient Subsurface Ocean 0 Eugene Feb 20 Feb 20 3 325
It's easy to get people to do bad things—this might be why 3 Jim__ Feb 18 Feb 20 5 605
Virgin Galactic shows off new spaceship 2 Eugene Feb 19 Feb 20 8 486
What do the current finding in neuroscience reveal about the relation between lying and physical exp 7 SoLeftIAmRight Feb 19 Feb 19 0 496
Proposed 2017 planetary budget: Great except for Europa 4 Wilms Feb 18 Feb 19 1 509
University of Rochester scientists create 'super polymer' that can lift 1,000 times its mass 6 Recursion Feb 11 Feb 19 6 561
Videos spotlighting Black chemists and chemical engineers. 0 eridani Feb 18 Feb 18 4 331
Science: It works (Medical Science Edition) 1 progressoid Feb 14 Feb 17 5 485
Americans’ knowledge of evolution isn’t that bad—if you ask them about elephants 3 progressoid Feb 17 Feb 17 6 677
House Passes Bill Requiring NSF to Justify Each Grant as 'in the national interest" 8 muriel_volestrangler Feb 11 Feb 17 6 581
Gravitational Wave Discovery Opens 'New Window On The Universe' - HuffPo 13 WillyT Feb 11 Feb 17 21 832
Cambits, a modular imaging system that can transform into many different cameras 3 Jim__ Feb 16 Feb 16 3 338
Hubble Studies 'Super-Earth' Atmosphere for First Time 0 Eugene Feb 16 Feb 16 9 320
Mathematical question 2 DetlefK Feb 13 Feb 16 0 550
Excitement at new cancer treatment 1 nitpicker Feb 16 Feb 16 7 464
Mississippi lawmaker admits his education bill is to protect creationism 20 n2doc Feb 10 Feb 15 24 1999
NASA’s Giving Away Brilliant Space Travel Posters For Free 5 Recursion Feb 14 Feb 15 18 978
Way beyond diamonds: A look at some of the rarest minerals in the world 4 n2doc Feb 13 Feb 14 14 674
UT-Arlington helping with $1 billion project to study ghostly particles 2 TexasTowelie Feb 14 Feb 14 1 467
"Siberian Tutankhamun" and consort entombed w/ >20kg gold, 14 horses (modern Republic of Tuva) 6 eShirl Feb 13 Feb 13 14 644
10 Theories That Will Make You Lose Your Mind 10 Xipe Totec Feb 12 Feb 13 2 979
Research Suggests Horses Can Read Human Emotions 3 Judi Lynn Feb 11 Feb 12 5 421
New method opens crystal clear views of biomolecules 3 n2doc Feb 11 Feb 12 26 1544
GPS tracking down to the centimeter 5 Jim__ Feb 11 Feb 11 5 602
A star is born: How stellar newborn illuminates a hidden nebula 0 Eugene Feb 11 Feb 11 3 235
Can you use a magnifying glass and moonlight to light a fire? (xkcd What If?) 36 pokerfan Feb 10 Feb 11 4 1554
New X-ray space observatory to study black holes and history of galaxy clusters 0 n2doc Feb 11 Feb 11 4 273
Central Appalachia flatter due to mountaintop mining 3 n2doc Feb 10 Feb 10 6 402
World record for Rubik's Cube robot race: the beat goes on 0 Jim__ Feb 10 Feb 10 5 428
Sluggish electrons caught in action 2 n2doc Feb 10 Feb 10 9 400
Canines Communicate With Their Own 'Howling Dialects,' Study Finds 3 Judi Lynn Feb 8 Feb 10 7 455
New NASA Spacecraft Will Be Propelled By Light 5 IDemo Feb 3 Feb 9 13 624
Richard P. Von Herzen, Explorer of Earth’s Undersea Furnaces, Dies at 85 1 n2doc Feb 9 Feb 9 6 396
Scientists create synthetic biopathway to turn agriculture waste into 'green' products 2 HuckleB Feb 9 Feb 9 2 417
Where are all the aliens? Dead? 8 Takket Jan 2016 Feb 9 6 784
Research shows how metal surfaces could be re-shaped by chiral (left or right handed) molecules. 0 Bill USA Feb 8 Feb 8 4 300
"Everything is better with science!" (toon) 0 DetlefK Feb 8 Feb 8 4 601
Mystery of deep-sea 'purple sock' solved 11 n2doc Feb 3 Feb 8 25 1768
More Trouble for Antioxidants 6 progressoid Jan 2016 Feb 7 14 879
Aphonopelma johnnycashi: Jonny Cash tarantula species discovered near California's Folsom Prison 11 n2doc Feb 4 Feb 6 11 1321
Neurobiologists characterize nerve cells that detect motion by light changes 2 Jim__ Feb 5 Feb 6 3 311
Signs of Modern Astronomy Seen in Ancient Babylon 5 jakeXT Jan 2016 Feb 5 12 541
The World's Longest-Running Experiment is Buried in a Secret Spot in Michigan 7 Agnosticsherbet Feb 4 Feb 5 32 2147
Pluto might have icebergs that float in frozen nitrogen 3 Eugene Feb 4 Feb 5 18 446
Brazil not giving Zika samples to partners. 0 Yo_Mama Feb 4 Feb 4 3 331
Man helps protect the species and ends up helping to create a new one (Stephen Fry) 1 WillParkinson Feb 4 Feb 4 4 405
Earth Is Actually TWO Planets, Study Finds - HuffPo 6 WillyT Feb 4 Feb 4 10 632
The Water Next Time: Professor Who Helped Expose Crisis in Flint Says Public Science Is Broken 7 n2doc Feb 3 Feb 4 26 708
International Space Station gets my message 1 Ichingcarpenter Feb 4 Feb 4 13 590
Mysterious Martian "Cauliflower" May Be the Latest Hint of Alien Life 2 Judi Lynn Feb 1 Feb 3 16 749
Behold the lair of a super-villain! 0 DetlefK Feb 3 Feb 3 4 465
Knowing all the angles: Ancient Babylonians used tricky geometry 1 Lodestar Feb 2 Feb 2 6 419
Just watched on HBO the Vice show Our Rising Oceans 3 valerief Feb 1 Feb 2 10 518
Physicists investigate the structure of time, with implications for quantum mechanics and philosophy 9 Jim__ Feb 1 Feb 2 7 1270
Expedition finds signs of life in Earth’s mantle 2 Judi Lynn Feb 1 Feb 1 5 584
Bright sparks shed new light on the dark matter riddle 0 Judi Lynn Feb 1 Feb 1 7 311
How a Celebrity’s Silly Belief in Flat Earth Can Be Useful By Lawrence Krauss 5 jakeXT Jan 31 Feb 1 4 608
If There Are Aliens Out There, Where Are They? 17 pokerfan Jan 2016 Feb 1 6 1153
UK Scientists get human embryo 'gene editing' go-ahead 0 n2doc Feb 1 Feb 1 0 299
Hawking: Humans at risk of lethal 'own goal' 9 nitpicker Jan 2016 Feb 1 13 961
Ancient Babylonians Used Geometry That Anticipated Calculus 7 n2doc Jan 31 Jan 31 12 574
Ancient extinction of giant Australian bird points to humans 0 Judi Lynn Jan 31 Jan 31 5 450
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