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Clock is ticking for WHO decision over Taiwan
The World Health Organization shouldn’t allow regional politics to hamper public health.
Intelligence research should not be held back by its past
The nuances achieved by modern genetics can be used to dispel a history of racism and elitism.
Eighty-eight days till the next total eclipse of the Sun
Nature won’t repeat the mistake of its founding editor when this summer’s totality is visible in the United States.
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Trilobites: How Whales Became the Biggest Animals on the Planet
Species like the blue whale became so big only in the past 4.5 million years, a result of changes to the food supply in the oceans, scientis ...
Trilobites: The Science Behind the Flamingo’s One-Legged Stance
Flamingos don’t appear to need to flex their muscles to maintain their classic one-legged posture, a new study suggests.
ScienceTake: How Demands of Female Birds Changed the DNA of a Species
Researchers found the minimal changes in DNA that have produced nine different species of southern capuchino seedeaters.