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Astronomers discover why the biggest galaxies keep getting bigger.
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Chemists convert the troublesome greenhouse gas into a valuable resource
A new microscopy technique allows us to see the glue that holds molecules together.
Pupil shape reveals whether an animal is predator or prey.
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The space probe heads to a more distant Kuiper Belt Object.
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