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UVa chemist honored with early career development award from National Science Foundation
As wolves die out on remote national park in Michigan, debate brews over whether to intervene
Study: Nearly half of dolphins checked in oiled bay in bad shape 1 year after Gulf spill
Study: Dolphins in La. bay were in bad shape a year after Gulf oil spill with lung damage
Cancer genetics pioneer Janet Rowley dies; awards include nation's highest scientific honor
Alexey Kljatov set up a snowflake studio on his balcony in Moscow last winter and snapped images of frozen crystals of water, better known as snow. The results are magical.
NASA debates space station spacewalk for broken cooling loop, cargo flight delayed another day
Spacewalk or space delivery?
The National Aquarium in Baltimore announced the birth of a Linne's two-toed sloth, named Scout.
Fans of 40- and 60-watt incandescent light bulbs only have a few more days to stock up because they'll no longer be made after the end of the year.
What's everyone talking about today? Here's a quick breakdown to keep you in the loop.
Study: Magma chamber beneath Yellowstone more than 2 times larger than previously believed
8 projects receive grants from NFL and National Institutes of Health for concussion research
US Navy aims to expand sonar use even as studies it helped fund show possible impact on whales
Almost 3,000 tons of fossilized oyster shells have been transported from Florida to the Port of Baltimore, headed for the Chesapeake Bay, as part of the effort to revive the local oyster population.
China's lunar rover, landing vehicle take photos of each other on moon, Chinese flag visible
Space station astronaut may get Christmas wish, a spacewalk to fix broken cooling system
Japan lacks decommissioning experts for Fukushima nuke crisis, with none at regulatory level
CERN physics lab votes to admit Israel as newest and first non-European full member