Calculating angular velocity and the moment of inertia isn’t quite as hard as competing in the Olympic gymnastics tournament—but it’s pretty darn tough.
Dozens of viruses don't use the same four nucleotide bases found in all other life. New work shows how this is possible—and perhaps more common than we think.
As more animals are spotted in urban areas, researchers recognize how cities can play a significant role in fostering biodiversity.
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The birds aren’t producing sounds at random. Some of their strategies are surprisingly similar to ones used by humans.
In a warped version of international cooperation, the Games could provide a place for variants of the virus to spread and then return home with athletes.
InSight and Perseverance have sent back unprecedented data on everything from marsquakes to the Red Planet’s inner layers.
For the Amazon and Blue Origin founder, suborbital space tourism is just the first step toward something much bigger.
Researchers think these flexible semiconductors will be able to monitor your heartbeat or tell you whether your milk has spoiled.
The day was a career highlight for the Amazon and Blue Origin founder. But the real star of the show was Wally Funk.
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