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Policy & Ethics
Please Call Me Doctor
Policy & Ethics

Please Call Me Doctor

12 hours ago — Beth S. Linas

Oxygen-Rich Liquid Water May Exist on Mars
Space

Oxygen-Rich Liquid Water May Exist on Mars

Brines suffused with the life-giving gas could offer hope for past and even present microbes on the Red Planet, according to a new study

8 hours ago — Nola Taylor Redd

Policy & Ethics
Please Call Me Doctor
Policy & Ethics

Please Call Me Doctor

12 hours ago — Beth S. Linas

Evolution
Asocial Octopuses Become Cuddly on MDMA
Evolution

Asocial Octopuses Become Cuddly on MDMA

6 hours ago — Annie Sneed

Neuroscience
When Sex and Gender Collide
Neuroscience

When Sex and Gender Collide

6 hours ago — Kristina R. Olson

Special Report

The Science of Inequality

The Science of Inequality
Policy & Ethics

How high economic inequality negatively impacts nearly every aspect of human well-being—as well as the health of the biosphere

October 16, 2018

Videos

Hawk Moths Hold Steady When Faced with Turbulence

Hawk moths hover while they feed, but they recover surprisingly quickly when knocked off-balance. Scientists use high-speed video and mini-cannons made of plastic toy parts to understand how hawk moths respond to disturbances midair. "Lens of Time: The Art of Staying Stable" was first published on bioGraphic © 2018 California Academy of Science.

September 6, 2018

Podcasts

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Science News Briefs from around the Globe

60-Second Science - October 20, 2018 - By Maya Miller02:11

Wild Songbirds Can Pick Up New Tunes

60-Second Science - October 18, 2018 - By Jason G. Goldman03:23

Health Care Let Neandertals "Punch above Their Weight"

60-Second Science - October 17, 2018 - By Christopher Intagliata01:29

Tinder for Cheetahs; and an Unusual Blindness

Science Talk - October 17, 2018 - By Tanya Lewis and Andrea Gawrylewski25:31