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Omicron-Specific COVID Boosters Are Coming
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has advised vaccine makers to update COVID booster shots to target new forms of the Omicron variant.
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The Quest for a ‘Tick Map’
To slow down the rapid spread of tick-borne illnesses, the ideal public health strategy would be to predict where the pests are likely to be concentrated-and immediately getting this information to medical professionals and the public.
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The story of Fred the mastodon, who died looking for love
A cast of the Buesching mastodon at the University of Michigan.
Eric Bronson/Michigan Photography The story of Fred the mastodon ends in a violent tragedy.
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Scientists are learning just how climate change impacts extreme weather events
For decades, it was impossible to say that a specific weather event was caused, or even made worse, by climate change.
But advanced research methods are changing that.
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These 13 missions could be China's next big space mission
China will select half a dozen space-mission proposals in the next few months from a candidate list of 13, and may adopt their picks as soon as 2024 for operations later this decade.
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Robert Curl, Nobel-winning chemist in 'buckyball' discovery, dies at 88
Over 11 days in late summer1985, a group of scientists and graduate students gathered at Rice University in Houston to use a powerful laser to vaporize carbon and chill the atoms to near absolute zero.
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Save the Climate by Improving Jobs
The most recent reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change experts have made two things clear: One, any hope of avoiding catastrophic climate change requires dramatically reducing the use of fossil fuels.
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What Is a Heat Dome?
A heat dome occurs when a persistent region of high pressure traps heat over an area.
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A Single Quick ‘Mindset’ Exercise Protects against Adolescent Stress
Close your eyes. Cast your mind back to high school and a high-stakes moment in your most difficult course with your toughest teacher.
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African Wild Dogs Lose Pups to Climate Adaptation ‘Trap’
CLIMATEWIRE | The African wild dog could be headed for a population crash because of how it's adapting to climate change.
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Hundreds of ancient frogs died in this swamp mating death trap, researchers say
Researchers have solved an ancient mystery what killed a group of prehistoric frogs.
Prior research blamed lack of oxygen or dried up lakes, but the true culprit was a swamp mating death trap.