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The poles were no safer than the rest of the planet.
'We risk being in a post-antibiotic world.'
The Antarctic Polar Front isn't as impassable as once thought.
The changing times suit the clever cephalopods.
A year after gender reassignment, trans female athletes perform the same as biological females.
'Neanderthals largely look like Neanderthals, regardless of age.'
A multifunctional polymer that helps block viruses from infecting cells.
The amber liquid was a social lubricant then too.
Tummy aches throw cold water on their love life.
Genetic analysis of a skull in Romania suggests some people returned.
The gene that allows birds turn yellow feathers into red ones.
Not much is known about the fifth largest beetle family.
Killing off gut microbes has a surprising effect on the hippocampus.
The protective effect is akin to being married.
A tall story, but a true one.
Supercharging conversion of carbon dioxide to sugars could dramatically improve crop yields.
Drier conditions are causing plants potentially fatal problems.
Protons 'hop' faster than any other biological material.
Nifty proteins stop mucosal cells from sloughing off.
Addressing the imbalance might help those with a severely flaky scalp.
Three studies show the virus' devastating effects.
... and explain why they're (mostly) orange.
And domestication may have saved the animals from extinction.
'Unique and strangely toothed' creature lives up to its name.
Rot can be slowed, all thanks to edible coatings.
New way to track how trees respond to climate change.