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“Plumes of hot material rising from the mantle could rip continents apart, but the plumes would have to rise up at weak points along continental boundaries, which seems unlikely,” says Thomas Sumner, Science News' earth sciences writer. A competing

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Seven Earth-sized planets orbit nearby supercool star
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PLANETARY LINEUP Seven Earth-sized planets orbit the star TRAPPIST-1 with short periods, from 1.5 to 20 Earth days. This artist's illustration shows potential differences in the planets' surfaces and sizes. JPL-Caltech/NASA. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail.
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Instead of starving a cancer, researchers go after its defenses
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This article appears in the March 4, 2017, issue of Science News with the headline, “Deflating cancer: New approaches to low oxygen may thwart tumors.” Citations. R.K. Jain. Normalizing tumor vasculature with anti-angiogenic therapy: A new paradigm for …

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Power may have passed via women in ancient Chaco Canyon society
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DYNASTIC CENTER Recovered DNA suggests that nine people buried in a huge structure called Pueblo Bonito (shown), located in northwestern New Mexico, belonged to a maternal dynasty that lasted for 330 years during the heyday of ancient Chaco …
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New, greener catalysts are built for speed
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This article appears in the March 4, 2017, issue of Science News with the headline, “Built for speed: More sustainable approaches could get reactions moving.” Citations. R. Morris Bullock and M.L. Helm. Molecular Electrocatalysts for Oxidation of

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How to make a 'three-parent' baby
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Fertility doctor John Zhang holds a baby boy (whose face has been blurred for privacy). The boy is the world's first child created by spindle transfer — a technique to replace faulty mitochondria. Such children have been dubbed “three-parent” babies.

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Chewing or breathing sounds make you seethe? Blame your brain
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Some people find everyday sounds such as eating, drinking and breathing intensely annoying. People with this condition, called misophonia, have structural and functional differences in their brains, new data show. Wrangel/istockphoto. For many people

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