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The 10 Strangest Science Stories of 2016
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News of alien planets, strange sounds from the seafloor and a bizarre new state of matter turned 2016 into a strange year, scientifically speaking. The weirdest discoveries of 2016 ran the gamut from relatively academic (unexpected discoveries in

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How scientists are hunting for a safer opioid painkiller
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People will always need pills of some kind to kill pain. Scientists are using different approaches to find new opioid painkillers that aren't addictive and have fewer side effects. Viperfzk/istockphoto. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print

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Data show no sign of methane boost from thawing permafrost
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THAWING OUT Emissions of carbon dioxide, but not methane, having risen alongside warming temperatures in a region of northern Alaska, according to an analysis of atmospheric measurements made at this research station in Barrow. NOAA. EMail. EMail.

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Top 10 science stories of 2016: Gravitational waves, Zika, Proxima b and more
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At first glance, the stories taking the top two spots in Science News' review of 2016 have little in common. Scientists began searching decades ago for gravitational waves. Discussions of these subtle signals from dramatic and distant phenomena appear …

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The most popular stories of 2016
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While we at Science News for Students may have found such stories to be important and interesting, our readers, it seems, had some different opinions. What do you like? The grosser the better — and animals and space, too. But you also focus on stories

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Here's the year in review, focusing on the top 10 major stories
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This year saw a redesign of Science News for Students. And along with it came a steady rise in readers. From far and wide, around half a million of you check in each month (coming from more than 100 countries). To serve you better, we have rolled out

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Wind power gets downsized — but in a good way
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The Broadcom MASTERS competition brings together 30 middle-school students each fall. The program was created by Society for Science & the Public, which publishes Science News for Students. Broadcom Foundation sponsors it. Part of the competition is …

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Outdoor time is good for your eyes
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The share of young children who need glasses because they are nearsighted — or myopic — has been rising. Christos Tsoumplekas / Flickr (CC BY-NC 2.0). Today, kids are more likely to have a hard time seeing distant objects clearly than they would have …

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