A breakthrough compound destroys over 300 drug-resistant bacteria

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Cognitive biases and brain biology help explain why facts donโ€™t change minds

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Fossil bug-eyed insect is weird enough to merit its own distinct family

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Self-Taught AI Shows Similarities to How the Brain Works

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Gorillas Have Invented A Unique Vocalization to Get Zookeepers' Attention

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Hubble Sees Red Supergiant Star Betelgeuse Recovering After Never-Seen-Before Titanic Eruption

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Video: Did An Ancient Pathogen Reshape Our Cells? [8:44]

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Why there is a shortage of Dijon mustard in France

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Why NASA Wants to Go Back to the Moon

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If a Clam Can Live to 500, Why Canโ€™t We?

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Artificial cornea made from pig collagen gives legally blind 20/20 vision

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According to author and researcher Eric J. Lerner, images from JWST contradict the Big Bang hypothesis

From iai.tv

Scientists recreate the song of long-lost insect to help find it again

From newatlas.com

Sound Waves Let Researchers Build Stuff With the Force

From gizmodo.com

The Moon Stole Something From Deep Inside Earth Eons Ago, and Scientists Can Prove It

From sciencealert.com

Listen to the heartbeat of the blue whale, the worldโ€™s largest animal โ€ข (see also)

From vox.com

World's oldest ice core could stretch back 5 million years

From newatlas.com

Video: 'I Was a North Korean Assassin' [19:24]

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A Pig and a Locust Get Into Serious Trouble With the Law: On Justice in Medieval Europe

From lithub.com

Surprise, Surprise: Subsurface Water On Mars Defies Expectations

From scitechdaily.com