Water is no barrier to flying arachnids’ dispersal.
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Analysts are hopeful that the country's commitment to decarbonize its economy will allow emissions to peak before 2030.
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Acoustic waves offer 3D print mapping for phones and computers.
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The country's economic crisis is hitting researchers hard.
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Deal announced today would end civil lawsuits by US federal and state governments.
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The case of Dong-Pyou Han illustrates the uneven nature of penalties for scientific misconduct.
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A five-year window for combating AIDS; lions return to Rwanda’s verdant hills; and supply run to space station fails as rocket explodes.
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North America’s herbaria wilt under pressure for space and cash.
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The destruction of an unmanned rocket on Sunday comes at a tricky time for NASA and the International Space Station.
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Working out how to build ethical robots is one of the thorniest challenges in artificial intelligence.
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Dutch order to cut emissions opens door for citizens' lawsuits elsewhere.
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Large study of nuclear workers shows that even tiny doses slightly boost risk of leukaemia.
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Researchers hope the genetically engineered animals will speed past regulators.
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A Colorado man revealed new images this week of what might be the rarest and most treasured piece of video game memorabilia ever: a prototype of the never-released Nintendo-Sony Play Station console.