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The water system that helped Angkor rise may have also brought its fall (sciencenews.org)
2 points by zeristor 3 hours ago | past | web | discuss
Sawbones invites readers to laugh at bizarre history of medicine (sciencenews.org)
2 points by lhuser123 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
How your brain is like a film editor (sciencenews.org)
1 point by da_murvel 7 days ago | past | web | discuss
We may not have found aliens yet because we’ve barely begun looking (sciencenews.org)
2 points by HBlix 16 days ago | past | web
Only a small fraction of space has been searched for aliens (sciencenews.org)
2 points by okket 17 days ago | past | web
A paralyzed man makes great strides with spinal stimulation and rehab (sciencenews.org)
1 point by laurex 20 days ago | past | web
Japan Has Launched a Minature Space Elevator (sciencenews.org)
3 points by ArtWomb 24 days ago | past | web
Gravity doesn’t leak into large, hidden dimensions (sciencenews.org)
2 points by wwarner 24 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
Three new physics experiments could revamp the standard model (sciencenews.org)
34 points by sohkamyung 29 days ago | past | web | 4 comments
Nuclear pasta in neutron stars may be the strongest material in the universe (sciencenews.org)
68 points by jnordwick 33 days ago | past | web | 51 comments
Here’s how graphene could make future electronics superfast (sciencenews.org)
2 points by laurex 36 days ago | past | web
How obesity may harm memory and learning (sciencenews.org)
1 point by laurex 37 days ago | past | web
The first gene-silencing drug wins FDA approval (sciencenews.org)
1 point by laurex 43 days ago | past | web
Quantum computer simulates two types of bizarre materials (sciencenews.org)
1 point by jonbaer 50 days ago | past | web
A new quantum device defies the concepts of ‘before’ and ‘after’ (sciencenews.org)
3 points by jonbaer 55 days ago | past | web
Conflict reigns over the history and origins of money (sciencenews.org)
60 points by diodorus 66 days ago | past | web | 31 comments
For popularity on Twitter, partisanship pays (sciencenews.org)
1 point by digital55 71 days ago | past | web
How an ancient stone money system works like cryptocurrency (sciencenews.org)
2 points by new_guy 77 days ago | past | web
How an ancient stone money system works like cryptocurrency (sciencenews.org)
1 point by gscott 79 days ago | past | web
How an ancient stone money system works like cryptocurrency (sciencenews.org)
4 points by pier0 81 days ago | past | web
How a slime mold near death packs bacteria to feed the next generation (sciencenews.org)
2 points by laurex 83 days ago | past | web
A new quasiparticle lurks in semiconductors (sciencenews.org)
1 point by MariellaVernic 84 days ago | past | web
In her short life, mathematician Emmy Noether changed the face of physics (sciencenews.org)
3 points by fanf2 86 days ago | past | web
The brain may clean out Alzheimer’s plaques during sleep (sciencenews.org)
163 points by mmazzarolo 88 days ago | past | web | 51 comments
Cancer cells engineered with CRISPR slay their own kin (sciencenews.org)
2 points by ValG 3 months ago | past | web
How a particle accelerator helped recover tarnished 19th century images (sciencenews.org)
2 points by laurex 3 months ago | past | web
How a particle accelerator helped recover tarnished 19th century images (sciencenews.org)
1 point by digital55 3 months ago | past | web
Venus’ thick atmosphere speeds up the planet’s spin (sciencenews.org)
1 point by ryan_j_naughton 4 months ago | past | web
The Female Mathematician Behind Modern Physics (sciencenews.org)
2 points by taylodl 4 months ago | past | web | 1 comment
In her short life, mathematician Emmy Noether changed the face of physics (sciencenews.org)
2 points by mathgenius 4 months ago | past | web
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