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  1. Stephen Hawking Is Heading Into Space on Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic Spaceship
  2. Elon Musk slams Donald Trump's NASA bill saying it does nothing to help mission to Ma
  3. Scientists At Large Hadron Collider Discover Five New Particle States
  4. Spending Money on Experiences Makes You a Better Person
  5. $100 Million in Artifacts Shipped from Egypt & Turkey to US in 2016
  6. The new normal: Arctic sea ice hits record low for 3rd straight winter
  7. Trump just signed a law that maps out NASA's long-term future — but a critical elemen
  8. Parts of Earth's Original Crust Exist Today in Canada
  9. UK royals' sibling rivalry? Princess Anne says GMO crops have benefits
  10. Rosetta tracks massive landslide on Comet 67P
  11. Researchers watched the end of an online world, and it was surprisingly civil
  12. New idea shakes up dinosaur family tree for T. Rex and pals
  13. Rare frog discovery has researchers hopping for joy
  14. Scientists Identify Cerebellum's Previously Unknown Role
  15. Sea ice hits new record low at both poles
  16. Trump Signs NASA Bill, Ponders Sending Congress to Space
  17. How the Huns influenced Romans at the frontiers of the Empire 1,500 years ago
  18. GSK and Regeneron to mine gene data from 500,000 Britons
  19. From POW to Nobel-winning physicist: UW’s Hans Georg Dehmelt dies at 94
  20. SpaceX may be about to drastically cut the cost of launching stuff into orbit
  21. Can Chimps Live As Long As Humans?
  22. Here's all the animals and plants that have been named after Sir David Attenborough
  23. Arctic sea ice dips to record low for winter
  24. Koalas don't like water but they're being 'driven to drink' by climate change
  25. Our lungs play a previously unknown role in making blood
  26. Scientists switch on 'artificial sun' in German lab
  27. The ethics of research: how to end the exploitation of vulnerable communities
  28. Anthill 11: waste not, want not
  29. It's time to start thinking about cybersecurity for sharks. Yes, the fish.
  30. Butchered human bones point to cannibalism in Mesolithic Spain 10,000 years ago
  31. How your messy office space could be doing wonders for your productivity
  32. Fly over the red planet with this stunning video built from actual Mars images
  33. NASA Makes A Little Robot Friend For The Mars Rover
  34. Trump Signs Bill Authorizing NASA Funding, Mars Exploration
  35. These new lenses give you superhuman sight, let you see colors with greater clarity
  36. Engineers develop solar powered 'skin' which could transform lives
  37. SpaceX and NASA Are Looking for Places to Land on Mars
  38. How science is helping the police search for bodies in water
  39. The dinosaur family tree needs a big rewrite, say scientists
  40. Koshe Disaster: What Causes Garbage Landslides?
  41. Satellite launch shelved over strikes
  42. 1 Habit That Can Completely Change Your Workday
  43. Why worms and fish are good models for epilepsy
  44. Real images of Mars used for stunning fictive flyover video
  45. Salvage of South Korea's Sewol ferry: the facts
  46. Excavations reveal 'Tomb of Christ' in Jerusalem is at risk of collapse
  47. Harmful Cocktail: Alcohol Plus Energy Drinks May Raise Injury Risk
  48. British teenager emails NASA to tell them their calculations are wrong
  49. Morgan Freeman’s ‘Through the Wormhole’ Announces Series Finale
  50. GSK and Regeneron to mine gene data from 500,000 Britons
  51. These Amazing Lamps Bring a Full Moon Into Your Bedroom Every Night
  52. Students enjoy science at school, but most still don’t see it as a career option
  53. Happier Feet: Antarctica Home to Millions More Penguins Than Thought
  54. Infant's Rare 'Parasitic Twin' Successfully Removed with Surgery
  55. How the Diving Bell Opened the Ocean's Depths
  56. Threat to Birth Control Access Should Transcend Politics (Op-Ed)
  57. US Navy reviving ramjet missile technology using cheaper model rocket parts
  58. New Zealand's 2016 Kaikoura earthquake was one of the most complex ever recorded
  59. Using GPS Devices May Switch Off Your Brain's GPS
  60. SCIENCE SAYS: Unavoidable typos in DNA help fuel cancer
  61. NASA’s PUFFER is a cute origami-inspired robot that goes where big rovers can’t
  62. Astronomers Create Milky Way's Dust Map
  63. Can Old Prescription Drugs Provide New Treatments for Alcoholism?
  64. Thousands of US Kids Take Opioid Drugs Accidentally Each Year
  65. Ancient Egypt: 6,000-year-old rock art discovered in necropolis shows shamanic ritual
  66. U.S. Spying on the World? Brazil Fights Back with New Satellite
  67. This Tiny Drone Can Pollinate Flowers Like a Bee
  68. Vacheron Constantin’s Latest Super-Complication Is the Ultimate Astronomic Watch
  69. Scientists use graphene to power 'electronic skin' that can feel
  70. Drones are revolutionising dinosaur research by mapping giant footprints by air
  71. How the brains of blind people are rewired to boost their other senses
  72. Don’t eat this spinach: Scientists grow heart tissue on Popeye’s favorite greens
  73. Student’s VR therapy tool combats social anxiety and speech disorders
  74. Giant, hyper-detailed Moon model is now making its way around the world
  75. SpaceX’s Elon Musk isn’t smiling over NASA authorization for Mars missions
  76. Underwater laser-firing drone is hero Norway's salmon farmers have been seeking
  77. We may just have solved the great mystery of why drops splash
  78. Hunting sterile neutrinos: Finding elusive ghost particles is going to be harder than
  79. After a Decade of Delays, Russia's ISS Module Faces Even More Problems
  80. Fossil Named In Honor Of David Attenborough
  81. Expert: Bird flu outbreak nation's worst since 2015
  82. Engineers develop solar powered 'skin' which could transform lives
  83. Why DARPA Funded a Farm Tech Startup
  84. EU plans to place blanket ban on bee-harming pesticides
  85. If you lose your sense of smell, it could mean you’re going to die
  86. Marijuana Chemical Could Help Fight Anxiety
  87. Where the World’s Happiest and Healthiest Are Living: Five Things We Learned This Wee
  88. A round-trip flight just for the view _ the Southern Lights
  89. Hunt For Sterile Neutrinos Draws Another Blank
  90. California fuel standards to get critical review
  91. Elon Musk Slams President Trump's Mars Plans
  92. When reporters accidentally wrote science fiction: A true story about Mars
  93. The truth about the link between gray hair and stress
  94. Indonesia survey shows massive coral death from cruise ship
  95. Donald Trump is ‘delighted’ about NASA bill — Elon Musk is not
  96. Watch astronauts spacewalk today to get the station ready to receive private crew veh
  97. Richard Branson-backed ‘Baby Boom’ jet will go from London to New York in three hours
  98. Why opposites rarely attract
  99. Scientists just switched on the world’s largest ‘artificial sun’
  100. Correction: Dinos on Move story
  101. 'Rogue' national park Twitter account wasn't so rogue after all, emails show
  102. Earth’s newest cloud is terrifying
  103. This Tiny Drone Can Pollinate Flowers Like a Bee
  104. The March for Science is forcing science to reckon with its diversity problem
  105. Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new parking spot
  106. Crop-destroying armyworm caterpillars spread to Uganda
  107. The Detonation Detectives
  108. Scientists use graphene to power 'electronic skin' that can feel
  109. Young blood: Scientists say this protein could be key to reversing aging process
  110. New Zealand quake study reveals ruptures can be much bigger than we thought possible
  111. U.S., French astronauts on spacewalk to retrofit space station
  112. U.S., French astronauts on spacewalk to retrofit space station
  113. Correction: Dinos on Move story
  114. Stephen Hawking gave a speech via hologram. Again.
  115. Why Did This Supermassive Black Hole Leave Its Galactic Core?
  116. Coral reefs in hot water: study
  117. Dead Sea Salt Shows Climate Change’s Most Extreme Drought
  118. ‘Planet Earth II’ Takes Animals’ Perspectives to Music
  119. Why Tesla CEO Elon Musk Is Among the World’s Greatest Leaders
  120. Science brought us a breakthrough: A wine bottle that doesn’t drip
  121. For nearly 130 years, we've been getting dinosaurs' family tree all wrong
  122. Astronomy Rewind sifts through old pictures to find new cosmic perspectives
  123. This Brown Dwarf Is The Biggest Scientists Have Ever Found
  124. Genome 10K wants to sequence the genes of endangered species
  125. The sound of SID: 35 years of chiptune's influence on electronic music
  126. Mass Effect: Andromeda's achingly slow travel animations help me savor the universe
  127. Why Tesla CEO Elon Musk Is Among the World's Greatest Leaders
  128. Devastating drought blighted the Dead Sea 120,000 years ago and could again by 2100
  129. When diverse groups interact, everybody ends up smarter and healthier
  130. Do Spiders Have A Romantic Personality?
  131. Stephen Hawking appears as hologram in Hong Kong
  132. Defense argues no forensic evidence ties woman to mom's murder: Part 4
  133. Bad breath: Study find array of bacteria when orcas exhale
  134. MIT scientists built a 3D-printed robot ‘skin’ that changes color with stimuli
  135. Stalin’s Mad Scientists
  136. A Stanford engineer is making stretchable, flexible skin that's straight out of Westw
  137. Scientists create a form of liquid that moves on a flat surface with no external forc
  138. 'Life': EW review
  139. 'Life' uses 'science fact' to advance horror, appealing to science geeks and movie bu
  140. NASA’s Juno Preps For Fifth Jupiter Flyby
  141. In The Quantum realm, Cause Doesn't Always Precede Effect
  142. SpaceX Blasts Off One of Its Last Nonreusable Rockets
  143. NASA Selects Mission To Map Interstellar Medium
  144. Astronauts complete spacewalk to retrofit space station
  145. Is there really water on Mars? New theory suggests those icy streaks may be sand
  146. Drones will go dinosaur hunting to help scientists track prehistoric footprints
  147. Scorching heat from this 'artificial sun' could help fight climate change
  148. Universal income may help alleviate the 'US of anxiety'--or become a lesson in 'bad m
  149. Can We Reverse Aging?
  150. Disproven Theories About the Causes of MS and Its Flare-ups
  151. ‘Life’ Review: From a Single Cell, Growth and Regression
  152. Tech world debate on robots and jobs heats up
  153. The Emotional Resonance of Lies
  154. I am so unreasonably jealous of this view of the southern lights
  155. Cities and monuments switch off for Earth Hour
  156. Nasa takes first step toward laser-powered high-speed 'internet of the sky'
  157. Mars' 'Barchan' Dunes Revealed In Stunning New Image
  158. Scientists Test the World's Largest "Artificial Sun"
  159. Can 'Life' Overcome That Too-Familiar Feeling?
  160. Life is like a lot of other sci-fi movies — but how it differs is telling
  161. Created: A liquid That Can Move By Itself
  162. Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anna Kendrick and more celebs 'audition' to be Stephen Hawking's
  163. Spacewalk a success for French, US astronauts
  164. 'Life' uses 'science fact' to advance horror, appealing to science geeks and movie bu
  165. Asteroid Impacts May Have Triggered Tsunamis On Ancient Mars
  166. NASA OSIRIS-Rex Finds No New Earth-Trojan Asteroids
  167. Spacewalk Preps ISS For New Spaceships To Dock
  168. Scientists Grow Mangoes in Space
  169. You (almost) can't be too drunk to miss with this motion-tracking dartboard
  170. Thousands evacuated as cyclone bears down on Australia
  171. 'Unparalleled' number of dinosaur tracks found in Australia
  172. Stephen Hawking: 'With Brexit and Trump we are witnessing a global revolt against exp
  173. Why Other Senses May Be Heightened in Blind People
  174. Climate change is making giant planetary waves bigger, leading to more extreme weathe
  175. 'Sound hatred' a genuine problem, say UK scientists
  176. Breast Implants Linked to Cancer: How Does It Happen?
  177. 'Unparalleled' number of dinosaur tracks found in Australia
  178. Astronomers Study A Distant, Dust-Obscured Galaxy
  179. The world's fastest jet just received $33 million in funding — and flying on it could
  180. The Royal Mint's top-secret security patents behind the new £1 coin
  181. Science festivals: knowledge making an exhibition of itself
  182. Yuval Harari on why humans won’t dominate earth in 300 years
  183. How our autistic ancestors played an important role in human evolution
  184. Astronomers seeking help from amateur stargazers to discover hypothetical 'Planet Nin
  185. US Military's 'Gremlin' Program Lets Pilots Launch and Snag Drones in Midair
  186. Concorde 2.0 edges closer as startup Boom completes $33m funding round
  187. British WWI Stash Uncovered: Hundreds of Liquor Bottles
  188. Ancient Rock Carvings Depicting Masked People Discovered in Egypt
  189. 'Life': How Sci-Fi Horror Gives Scientists a Bad Name
  190. The fictional NASA in Life is run by a bunch of psychopaths and idiots
  191. The next cyberattack could come from sound waves
  192. Surprise! Space Has a New Unicorn Stock
  193. Archaeologists Reconstruct Face of Medieval Man Who Died 700 Years Ago
  194. Spinach becomes beating heart tissue in the hands of these scientists
  195. 'Life': How Sci-Fi Horror Gives Scientists a Bad Name
  196. EU nations vote against GM crops, but not enough to block them
  197. Shrine Over Jesus' Tomb in Danger of 'Catastrophic' Collapse
  198. Why People Say 'You' When They Mean 'Me'
  199. Spacewalking Astronauts Ready the ISS's New Docking Port
  200. Giant ancient palace unearthed in Mexico was the ruler's home and the seat of governm
  201. Mice infested human settlements 15,000 years ago
  202. Elon Musk is founding another company
  203. Study: Social media use can increase feelings of isolation
  204. New calls for tech companies to monitor suspicious activity
  205. Titanic open to public exploration?
  206. How Humans May One Day Travel To Mars
  207. Study predicts significant Southern California beach erosion
  208. The largest dinosaur footprint ever found has been discovered in 'Australia's own Jur
  209. Fruit fuelled evolution of a bigger brain: study
  210. New species of 'Maerdy Monster' millipede found in South Wales coal mine
  211. What primates eat predicts how big their brains will be
  212. Elon Musk reportedly backs Neuralink venture to connect brains with computers
  213. The world's largest dinosaur tracks have been found, and a human can fit in them
  214. Nearly Two-Thirds of Cancers Are Due to Random DNA 'Mistakes'
  215. Did an astroid strike a Martian ocean and create a cataclysmic tsunami?
  216. Elon Musk is founding another company
  217. Scientists get 3D-bioprinted human cells to grow inside live mice
  218. This is one of the best-ever views of Earth from space
  219. Elon Musk's new co could allow uploading, downloading thoughts - WSJ
  220. Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal never want to actually go to space and, TBH, we tot
  221. Uber's self-driving car program resumes after crash
  222. Trump poised to roll back climate protections
  223. The DNA of oil wells - U.S. shale enlists genetics to boost output
  224. Trump takes aim at Obama's efforts to curb global warming
  225. The DNA of oil wells - U.S. shale enlists genetics to boost output
  226. 'Monster' cyclone Debbie batters northeast Australia
  227. Passengers on plane see incredible light show as it flies through Southern Lights
  228. The DNA of oil wells: U.S. shale enlists genetics to boost output
  229. 3,800-year-old tomb found in Egypt linked to brother of powerful governor of Elephant
  230. How WhatsApp encryption works –*and why there shouldn't be a backdoor
  231. How the US Navy plans to fix the F-35's most troubling problem
  232. How Autism Influenced Human Evolution
  233. China's secret plan to crush SpaceX and the US space program
  234. We should design businesses like circles, not straight lines
  235. Wild Thai tiger cub footage sparks hope for endangered species
  236. It's time to let a robot invasion stop the Lionfish explosion
  237. Samsung has plan for recalled phones
  238. Diet Of Humans, Other Primates Led To Their Big Brains: Study
  239. In ultimate insult, Trump to roll back EPA's climate policies from within the EPA
  240. What I Really Worry About When It Comes to North Korea
  241. Programme to be axed by Trump saves energy
  242. Scientists just developed a technique for mass producing synthetic blood
  243. SpaceX is about to make history by relaunching a used Falcon 9 rocket
  244. China's secret plan to crush SpaceX and the US space program
  245. Ivanka Trump, Education Secretary DeVos promote STEM careers
  246. Neuralink: New Elon Musk company wants to supercharge our brains before computers lea
  247. Australia: Scientists Discover World’s Biggest Dinosaur Footprints
  248. Why One Woman Had Oil in Her Lung for Decades
  249. Elon Musk's new co could allow uploading, downloading thoughts: Wall Street Journal
  250. Trump, in break from other world leaders, digs in on coal