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  • Most Teachers Don't Teach Climate Change, 4 In 5 Parents Wish They DidNPR
  • Astronomers just found a second galaxy containing no dark matter – and it may change everything we knew about how galaxies are formedBusiness Insider
  • High temperatures, rising waters, wild weather - who is to blame? We are.USA Today
  • Capturing carbon, once a fringe idea, may be key to fighting climate changeCBS News
  • Why alien 'megastructures' may hold key to making contact with extraterrestrialsNBC News
  • One of Alaska’s warmest springs on record is causing a dangerous thawWashington Post
  • Scientists Discover First Proof Of Universe’s Most Ancient MoleculeInquisitr
  • Scientists Partially Revive Pig Brains Hours After DeathInquisitr
  • Airborne microplastic particles found falling on remote mountain peaksUPI
  • Top EPA advisers challenge long-standing air pollution science, threatening Americans’ healthRaw Story
  • This 12-year-old built a nuclear reactor at home using equipment he found on eBayBusiness Insider
  • This frightening 'zoo' theory could explain why we haven't discovered extraterrestrial life yetBusiness Insider
  • It's Warm and Stealthy, and It Killed Yellowstone Trees and Turned Soil PaleNew York Times
  • SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy and lands all three rocket boosters for the first timeCNBC
  • As Weeds Outsmart The Latest Weedkillers, Farmers Are Running Out Of OptionsNPR
  • Black hole picture captured for first time in space ‘breakthrough’Guardian
  • To save the monarch butterfly, Mexican scientists are moving a forest 1,000 feet up a mountainLA Times
  • Dogs Can Sniff Out Cancer In Blood With Near-Perfect AccuracyStudy Finds
  • Scientists Discover New State Of Matter That Is Liquid And Solid At the Same TimeInquisitr
  • Coming soon: If you’re not sober, you won’t be able to start the carWashington Post
  • Debris from India’s anti-satellite test could put the space station at risk, says NASAMIT Tech Review
  • Canada heating up twice the pace as the rest of EarthDaily News
  • Something on Mars Is Producing Gas Usually Made by Living Things on EarthNew York Times
  • 'A terrible, terrible thing:' NASA said India's satellite destruction created so much space junk it now threatens the safety of the International Space StationBusiness Insider
  • Growing Corn Is A Major Contributor To Air Pollution, Study FindsNPR
  • Young Astronomer Uses Artificial Intelligence To Discover 2 ExoplanetsNPR
  • Galaxies With Almost No Dark Matter Exist, Confirm Two Yale StudiesInquisitr
  • Scientists pinpoint the moment 66 million years ago that life was nearly wiped off EarthDaily News
  • India's anti-satellite missile test just moved humanity closer to a space-junk nightmare scenarioBusiness Insider
  • Drones are flying blood at a North Carolina hospitalUSA Today
  • One of Earth's fastest-shrinking glaciers is growing againCBS News
  • What Earth might look like in 80 years if we're lucky — and if we're unluckyBusiness Insider
  • Failed Alzheimer's trial leaves families and patients heartbroken. Medical community reelsCNBC
  • Put milk in hot drinks to protect against cancerTelegraph
  • Single course of antibiotics may cause irreversible damage to crucial gut bacteriaTelegraph
  • Warnings of a Dark Side to A.I. in Health CareNew York Times
  • Sun Bears Mimic Each Other’s Faces. Scientists Didn’t Expect That.New York Times
  • The Fight to Tame a Swelling River With Dams Outmatched by Climate ChangeNew York Times
  • Researchers At Caltech Have Discovered A Way To Levitate Objects Using LightInquisitr
  • Harvard researchers say certain ADHD medications may increase risk of psychosisCNBC
  • Study suggests more than one reality CAN exist at the same timeDaily Mail
  • Hot records falling twice as often as cold onesAssociated Press
  • Massive U.S. Machines That Hunt For Ripples In Space-Time Just Got An UpgradeNPR
  • Astronomer says aliens might zap black holes with lasers to travel the galaxyNBC News
  • Could simply listening to this sound help cure Alzheimer’s disease? MIT researchers are investigatingBoston Globe
  • Genetically engineered salmon OK'd for human consumption in U.S.UPI
  • The collision of two distant galaxies was caught in this new Hubble imageMIT Tech Review
  • A New Study Has Revealed That An Intense Solar Storm Struck Earth 2,600 Years Ago And May Occur AgainInquisitr
  • Increasing human lifespan could turn people into walking zombiesTelegraph
  • The new, safer nuclear reactors that might help stop climate changeMIT Tech Review
  • It's 2050 And This Is How We Stopped Climate ChangeNPR
  • If We Blow Up an Asteroid, It Might Put Itself Back TogetherNew York Times
  • SpaceX Crew Dragon Splashes Down in Atlantic to Cap Historic Test FlightSpace
  • A Gulp Of Genetically Modified Bacteria Might Someday Treat A Range Of IllnessesNPR
  • The race to make a lab-grown steakMIT Tech Review
  • Hurricanes Move More Slowly, Pack More Punch -- Thanks To Global WarmingStudy Finds
  • Why saving Earth from a rogue asteroid might be harder than we thoughtNBC News
  • Ocean Heat Waves Are Threatening Marine LifeNew York Times
  • Coal ash contaminates groundwater near most U.S. coal plants: studyReuters
  • SpaceX launches its first crew capsule. Here's what that means.National Geographic
  • Methane in the atmosphere is surging, and that’s got scientists worriedLA Times
  • Meat grown in labs could hit the market this yearUPI
  • The World Is Losing Fish to Eat as Oceans WarmNew York Times
  • ‘Miraculous’ stem cell therapy has sickened people in five statesWashington Post
  • A Growing Divide on Climate Science: Trump vs. the Rest of the WorldNew York Times
  • Scientists discovered a strange movement under the San Andreas fault — and they warn that the 'Big One' quake is long overdueBusiness Insider
  • One dose of Keytruda may put melanoma into remissionUPI
  • The loss of clouds could add another 8°C to global warmingMIT Tech Review
  • CRISPR is being used to treat a patient with a dangerous blood diseaseMIT Tech Review
  • CBD Is Everywhere, but Scientists Still Don’t Know Much About ItNew York Times
  • Evidence for man-made global warming hits 'gold standard': scientistsReuters
  • A new data scandal: How ancestry DNA firms share your most intimate secretsAXIOS
  • Japan's Hayabusa 2 successfully touches down on Ryugu asteroidGuardian
  • New moon discovered circling Neptune spotlights solar system's violent pastNBC News
  • China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American ExpertiseNew York Times
  • China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhancedMIT Tech Review
  • DNA Gets a New — and Bigger — Genetic AlphabetNew York Times
  • SpaceX Rocket Carries Israeli Lunar Lander Into OrbitNew York Times
  • A tipping point on climate changeAXIOS
  • A Japanese spacecraft will fire a bullet into an asteroid on Thursday. Here's why.NBC News
  • SpaceX, Boeing design risk threaten new delaysReuters
  • Scientists Release Controversial Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In High-Security LabNPR
  • Climate change: Winters of future will be colder -- and also warmerUPI
  • In China, some parents seek an edge with genetic testing for totsMIT Tech Review
  • New radio sky survey reveals 300,000 new galaxiesUPI
  • The Confounding Climate Science of Lab-Grown MeatWired
  • MIT study: Climate change could mean more-stagnant air in summers, thunderstormsBoston Globe
  • China Wants to Build the First Power Station in SpaceBloomberg
  • Revolutionary new 'battery' could let us bottle sunshineNBC News
  • Bill Gates says cow farts are one of the biggest problemsCNN
  • Watch a harpoon successfully spear a piece of space junkMIT Tech Review
  • NASA’s new telescope will investigate the evolution of the universeMIT Tech Review
  • NASA wants to get to the moon ‘as fast as possible.’ But countries like China and India are racing there, too.Washington Post
  • Searching Tardigrades for Lifesaving SecretsNew York Times
  • A “second skin” for fruit and veg could make them last twice as longMIT Tech Review
  • Breast pumps may transfer wrong kind of bacteria to babies, increasing risk of asthma, scientist warnsTelegraph
  • CO2-capturing artificial leaves ready to leave the labUPI
  • A cell-killing strategy to slow aging passed its first test this yearMIT Tech Review
  • Chimp sign language mimics human speech, study showsTelegraph
  • What’s on Your Car? Winter Tires, We HopeNew York Times
  • Massive insect decline 'catastrophic' for planetCNN
  • Hurricanes are intensifying more rapidly and it may be our faultCBS News
  • A Raging Storm On Neptune That Stretches For 6,800 MilesInquisitr
  • A High-Tech Pill to End Drug InjectionsNew York Times
  • 2018 was one of the warmest years on record – and the next 5 years could be even hotterCBS News
  • A cardinal that is half male, half female puzzles scientists, delights birdwatchersNBC News
  • First-ever exoplanet collision observed in Kepler 107 systemUPI
  • Brick by Lego brick, teen builds his own prosthetic armReuters
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