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New, high-quality sequence will advance basic and applied research.
Cloud seeding relies on fairly basic technology, and can be used to promote rain and snowfall.
One of the newly discovered species was 20 feet in length, and attacked prey with three sets of fangs.
Entomologists investigate a type of wasp in Quebec that forces ladybugs to carry their larvae.
CT scans of preserved individuals show hardening of arteries similar to that seen in people today.
First year-by-year study of CO2 absorption reveals a decline, with major implications for climate.
Researchers and animal welfare groups are at odds over new studies looking at cramped living conditions
The stars that are just right to support life might be dimmer and longer-lived than the sun.
The endangered crocodile species was not so hard to find, after all.
The UN suggests that family planning could contribute to the battle against global warming.