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Funds for the museum were obtained by the nonprofit Foundation Advancing Creation Truth.
The fossil known as "Ida" seems to be far removed from our own ancestry.
Sediment from the Mississippi River could save large swaths of coastal Louisiana from erosion.
The future of ultrasound technology looks a bit like a flip phone crossed with an iPod.
Bacon, cheescake and Ho Hos alter pleasure centers in rats' brains.
A sudden warming or an injection of sediment from land can trigger a deadly algae bloom.
If robots are ever to become a fixture in our society, we need to be able to read their faces.
A sperm donor passed on a potentially deadly genetic heart condition to nine of his 24 children.
Researchers pinpoint individual brain cells that respond to particular people, objects
The Ares I-X is intended to carry astronauts into orbit, possibly by 2015.