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1 Death 'by planet' was surprisingly common in the 1600s Popular Science 7 days ago
2 Can ketamine-assisted therapy break through mental health roadblocks? Popular Science 5 months ago
3 The turnspit dog was bred to cook meat Popular Science 7 months ago
4 COVID-19 third shot approved for some Popular Science 3 months ago
5 The 2019 Science News That Made The Headlines Science Friday 2 years ago
6 What scientists learned when they tried to raise a chimp with a human baby Popular Science 2 months ago
7 Lichen is a famous biological partnership — but it might actually be a threesome Washington Post 5 years ago
8 Ever wondered whether yawns are contagious? The Washington Post 3 years ago
9 What really happened during the 'Kentucky meat shower'? Popular Science 1 year ago
10 Teen science duo finds that some people work better when they have digital ‘distractions’ Washington Post 7 years ago
11 Oregon just voted to legalize magic mushrooms. Here's what that actually means. Popular Science 1 year ago
12 The weirdest things we learned this week: holes in people (and cows), illegal cheese, and the world's worst dairy disaster Popular Science 3 years ago
13 Surprising ancient beer recipe revealed by Chinese pottery shards Washington Post 6 years ago
14 Scientist apologizes for his sexist shirt, but the Internet still wants women to shut up and die Washington Post 7 years ago
15 Psychedelic mushrooms put your brain in a “waking dream,” study finds Washington Post 7 years ago
16 The non-apology of the year award goes to Nobel scientist who thinks women just cry all the time Washington Post 6 years ago
17 Why carrots taste sweeter in winter Washington Post 7 years ago
18 This rare butterfly is half male, half female Washington Post 7 years ago
19 Ever wondered why days get shorter as winter nears? Washington Post 3 years ago
20 What it's like to design catapults for the Mother of Dragons Popular Science 5 years ago
21 Scientists built a 'vomiting device' to show how spewing chunks spreads disease Washington Post 6 years ago
22 This man-made cell has the smallest genome ever — but a third of its genes are a mystery Washington Post 6 years ago
23 Worrying you might get hurt is worse than knowing you will, study finds Washington Post 6 years ago
24 The UK voted yes on 'three-parent babies' today. Here's how one baby can have three people's DNA Washington Post 7 years ago
25 Smartwatches might cause cancer, says article based on 'expert' who pushes holistic breast cancer treatments Washington Post 7 years ago
26 Why everyone is freaking out about what shirt a scientist wore Washington Post 7 years ago
27 Protoplanet Moon Impact, Drunk Lorises, and More Science Friday 5 years ago
28 This virus may have stolen deadly DNA from black widow spiders The Washington Post 5 years ago
29 Chimps raised as pets and performers suffer long-term social handicaps, study finds Washington Post 7 years ago
30 In memory of Vera Rubin, the woman the Nobel Prize forgot Popular Science 5 years ago
31 The FDA is fast-tracking a second psilocybin drug to treat depression Popular Science 2 years ago
32 DNA evidence proves that King Richard III’s remains really did end up in a parking lot Washington Post 7 years ago
33 This weekend, ISS astronauts will get their first zero-g coffee maker Washington Post 7 years ago
34 2019's most exciting personal care products Popular Science 2 years ago
35 We often call a virus a bug. Does that mean it’s alive? Washington Post 3 years ago
36 Rosetta mission lands its probe on a comet and makes history Washington Post 7 years ago
37 Chimps know how to plan ahead — for meals, anyway Washington Post 7 years ago
38 This chart of sea-dwelling giants will make you feel tiny Washington Post 7 years ago
39 Self-proclaimed ‘experts’ more likely to fall for made-up facts, study finds Washington Post 6 years ago
40 Singer Pharrell really does demand a picture of astrophysicist Carl Sagan at every show Washington Post 6 years ago
41 Cards Against Humanity releases science-themed expansion to benefit women in STEM Washington Post 7 years ago
42 Plastic straws are little, but they are part of a huge problem The Washington Post 3 years ago
43 There’s something fishy about that viral image of what dolphins ‘see’ Washington Post 6 years ago
44 The most likely theories about where 'Planet Nine' came from are still pretty crazy Washington Post 6 years ago
45 Hubble captures a shimmering 'butterfly' in space Washington Post 6 years ago
46 With its ban on assisted death lifted, will Canada become a ‘suicide tourism’ destination? Washington Post 7 years ago
47 NASA is looking for new astronauts. Do you have what it takes? Washington Post 6 years ago
48 Why this genetically modified mushroom gets to skip USDA oversight Washington Post 6 years ago
49 Bone-white ancient shells reveal their dazzling colors under UV light Washington Post 7 years ago
50 Study: Maybe we can't find aliens because they've all died already Washington Post 6 years ago
51 The science of fear: Why do I like being scared? Washington Post 6 years ago
52 This tree might be the oldest living thing in Europe The Washington Post 5 years ago
53 Scientists sequence the genome of a 45000-year-old man — the earliest human genome ever analyzed Washington Post 7 years ago
54 This weird little fungus may be the oldest fossilized land creature ever found Washington Post 6 years ago
55 Chimps given human rights by U.S. court for the first time (sort of) Washington Post 7 years ago
56 These ancient rats were the size of lap dogs Washington Post 6 years ago
57 Scientists create a ‘Star of David’ molecule — a step towards molecular chainmail Washington Post 7 years ago
58 Were dinosaurs warm or cold blooded? Ancient eggshells could reveal the truth. Washington Post 6 years ago
59 Scientists double life expectancy for embryos in petri dishes, raising ethical concerns Washington Post 6 years ago
60 UA Art Historian Assists in Notre Dame Restoration – University of Alabama News | The University of Alabama UA News Center 2 months ago
61 Hummingbird tongues are way weirder than we thought Washington Post 6 years ago
62 Scientists confess to sneaking Bob Dylan lyrics into their work for the past 17 years Washington Post 7 years ago
63 Science gets one step closer to ending the brutal debate on knuckle cracking Washington Post 6 years ago
64 Why are there so many freaking beetles? Science may finally have the answer. Washington Post 7 years ago
65 These three Earth-like planets may be our best chance yet at detecting life Washington Post 6 years ago
66 Scientists say they've found a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, our closest neighbor The Washington Post 5 years ago
67 Periodic table gains four new superheavy elements, filling up the seventh row Washington Post 6 years ago
68 The fantastic chemistry of Valyrian steel, the 'Game of Thrones' super material Washington Post 7 years ago
69 66 million-year-old bird fossil is the oldest squawk box ever found The Washington Post 5 years ago
70 This is a seal with an eel stuck up its nose Popular Science 3 years ago
71 It's been 53 years since a woman won the Nobel Prize in physics. What's the holdup? The Washington Post 5 years ago
72 After years of sexually harassing students, superstar astronomer gets light warning Washington Post 6 years ago
73 This is what it looks like when a black hole tears a star apart Washington Post 6 years ago
74 Dear Science: When you lose weight, where does it actually go? The Washington Post 5 years ago
75 Neanderthals may have invented jewelry Washington Post 7 years ago
76 Meet the woman who can’t feel fear Washington Post 7 years ago
77 Dolly the sheep died young — but her clones seem perfectly healthy as they turn 9 The Washington Post 5 years ago
78 Fine feathers: Why red birds look so fit and sexy Washington Post 6 years ago
79 These ancient Chinese teeth could rewrite human history Washington Post 6 years ago
80 Looking for alien civilizations? Check these star clusters, scientists say. Washington Post 6 years ago
81 This 9000-year-old ritual decapitation may have been one of America's first Washington Post 6 years ago
82 Someone finally looked into the physics of chocolate fountains Washington Post 6 years ago
83 No, 'science' didn't 'prove' that dogs hate hugs Washington Post 6 years ago
84 Rosetta's comet has the right ingredients for life The Washington Post 6 years ago
85 A new class of galaxy has been discovered, one made almost entirely of dark matter The Washington Post 5 years ago
86 Pluto shows off its faces in new images from NASA, the best-ever shots of the dwarf Washington Post 6 years ago
87 A cyborg plant with color-changing leaves? Scientists just rose to the challenge. Washington Post 6 years ago
88 Groundbreaking penis transplant will give wounded veterans ‘a sense of self’ Washington Post 6 years ago
89 Astronomers write a recipe for other Earths Washington Post 7 years ago
90 The seasons on this triple-sun planet last a lifetime The Washington Post 5 years ago
91 On frigid days, why does it sometimes rain instead of snow? Washington Post 3 years ago
92 These newborn triplets are all identical. Here's how that happens. Washington Post 6 years ago
93 What does the insect industry want? A cricket in every pot. The Washington Post 5 years ago
94 Gender gap: Women welcome in ‘hard working’ fields, but ‘genius’ fields are male-dominated, study finds Washington Post 7 years ago
95 What’s a neutrino? The Nobel Prize in physics, explained in gifs. Washington Post 6 years ago
96 Fish can recognize human faces (and we know because they keep spitting at us) The Washington Post 5 years ago
97 How scientists read an ancient and fragile biblical scroll without unrolling it The Washington Post 5 years ago
98 Seven new species of miniature frogs discovered (and they're adorable) Washington Post 6 years ago
99 You can earn $13000 a year selling your poop Washington Post 7 years ago
100 Mars may have been carved up by massive ancient tsunamis Washington Post 6 years ago