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Life's ups and downs affect the trillions of bacteria in our gut in detectable ways, based on a year's worth of data from two researchers.
'Lucy' Brain Myth Debunked, But What About Junk DNA?
Neuroscientists say it's bogus to think we use just 10 percent of our brain, but now geneticists are saying we use less than 10 percent of our genome.
Siberian Fossils Suggest Dinosaurs Had Feathers Galore
Researchers say fossils unearthed in Siberia suggest that feathers were much more prevalent among dinosaurs than previously thought.
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A Dirty Trick for SETI: Go After Alien Polluters
Researchers say it's theoretically possible to identify an advanced civilization on an alien planet by the chemical signature of its pollution.
After Apollo 11, Moon Trips Are Making a Comeback
Forty-five years after Apollo 11, traffic to the moon could soon be on the upswing again, thanks in part to a commercial space race.
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To Save the Whales, Shift the Shipping Lanes
The shipping lanes that lead to Los Angeles and San Francisco could be tweaked to reduce the risk to blue whales, researchers say.
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Red Greenhouse Grows Veggies for Mars
Researchers are pioneering menus for Mars by growing vegetables under hot-pink lights in an experimental greenhouse in Germany.
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SpaceShipOne's White Knight Plane Makes Final Flight
The mothership for the historic SpaceShipOne rocket plane, known as the White Knight, has become part of a museum exhibit in Washington state.
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X-Ray Telescope Celebrates Birthday With Fireworks
NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory went into orbit 15 years ago, and to mark the occasion, scientists are showing off a fresh batch of X-ray fireworks.
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