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    a great tit perches on some foliage

    A bird murder mystery, solved.

    Every year, little black-and-white birds called pied flycatchers make the lengthy trek from sub-saharan Africa to northern Europe to feast on caterpillars, claim a nest,…

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    the far side of the moon

    It's not actually dark and it's definitely not red.

    If you’ve been looking closely at the pictures of the moon's far side, you could be forgiven for thinking that the far side of the moon is red.

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    Bringing a pregnancy to term requires a healthy sperm and egg.

    According to a new study, though, the sperm of men whose partners’ experience pregnancy losses have increased DNA damage—which is linked to bad outcomes in pregnancy. In…

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    Polar vortex snowbank meteorology

    You'll want a winter coat.

    The polar vortex is making big changes for the new year, as it broke apart.

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    The first time we've caught a baby black hole in action.

    We’re finding more clues for what that mysterious bright flash was last year, but we’re still not sure what exactly it was.

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    Gear for new cyclists

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    Bike gear to get a new cyclist ready for multi-day trips.

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    The term is ubiquitous, especially at CES. Here’s how to understand it.

    Artificial intelligence and "AI" is an industry buzzword. Here's how to understand the complex, overused term.

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    Meet LarvalBot.

    A pair of Australians scientists developed a robot that will repopulate coral reefs with coral larvae that can withstand warmer waters.

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    Nothing like a genetic mutation to make you look like a bodybuilder.

    If superheroes kept cattle, they’d keep Belgian Blues. These behemoths have such bulging muscles you’d think they spent their lives in a gym.

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    Omron heart watch

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    The best new gadgets that may or may not show up this year.

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    Acid, lasers, snakes—the laboratory isn't always a safe haven.

    The laboratory isn't always a safe haven. Here are some of the most dangerous substances scientists work with.

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    Where is your favorite film available online? Don't waste time hunting it down on each individual streaming platform—here's how to find movies and shows in a snap.

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    Why and how to cut out alcohol.

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    From modeling to printing, it's all about seeing inside someone's head

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    The design team tells us how they made swipe happen.

    On Monday, YouTube launched a new way to move through videos on mobile: swiping.

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    the earth's north pole viewed from space

    But we won't know where it's going until the government shutdown ends.

    Feeling a little off-kilter in the early weeks of 2019? Well, so’s the Earth’s magnetic pole—and it’s been feeling like that for a while.

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    The Consumer Electronics Show just dropped a whole bunch of new fitness gadgets on us.

    All the best fitness and workout gear from the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show.

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