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Study shows killing predators may not be all that good for cows. BGSMITH/SHUTTERSTOCK.COM. Science Doesn't Support Wiping Out Wolves to Protect Cows:The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife's decision to exterminate an entire wolfpack to …

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Europe's Rosetta probe finds lost Philae lander on comet
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The photo released by European Space Agency ESA on Monday, Sept. 5, 2016 shows a photo of the comet lander Philae on photo taken by Rosetta's OSIRIS narrow-angle camera on Sept. 2, 2016 from a distance of 2.7 km of the Comet …
Rosetta's missing Philae probe found in dark crack on cometReuters
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Consciousness: A Survey of Scientists’ Bold Attempts to Demystify the Mind
In this anthology of its groundbreaking articles, Science News brings us a riveting look at the mystery of human consciousness. De…

Dimensions of Time: Science’s Quest to Understand Time in the Body, Brain and Cosmos
Science News curates a fascinating collection of articles that explores the elusive subject of time and its influence on human lif…

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NASA spacecraft beams back close-up views of Jupiter's poles
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This Aug. 27, 2016 image provided by NASA shows Jupiter's north polar region, taken by the Juno spacecraft 120,000 miles (195,000 kilometers) away from the planet. Unlike the equatorial region's familiar structure of belts and zones, the poles are
Juno reveals that Jupiter's north pole is 'like nothing we have seen or imagined'Los Angeles Times
Juno probe captures incredible glowing lights on JupiterWashington Post
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Tabby's star drama continues
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Possible explanations for the behavior range from mundane comet swarms to fantastical alien engineering projects (SN Online: 2/2/16). A new analysis of data from Kepler, NASA's premier planet hunter, shows that Tabby's star steadily darkened throughout …

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For first time, carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon
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For decades, scientists have tried to harness the unique properties of carbon nanotubes to create high-performance electronics that are faster or consume less power — resulting in longer battery life, faster wireless communication and faster
For first time, carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon University of Wisconsin-MadisonEurekAlert (press release)

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City of graphene hosts forum full of questions
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Manchester, England, is not the birthplace of graphene — the atom-thin, honeycomb-like layer of carbon known for its wondrous properties and seemingly limitless applications. But the city is the material's main booster and, according to the University

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