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Large swaths of single-celled eukaryotes, non-bacterial single-cell organisms like microalgae, fungi or mold, can control microbiomes (a collection of tiny micr...
A brewing storm of major financial institutions divesting from Arctic and oil sand drilling signals a dark future for oil and gas, finds...
A galactic merger is an extremely slow process and can take billions of years. You get to see the result.
Don’t panic, you can still vote.
Step One: Harness nuclear fusion. Step Two: Go fast. Very, very fast.
These sharks belong to the same lineage as megalodon.
HIIT can take your training and performance to the next level. Here’s everything you need to know about this super effective style of training.
Octopus-inspired teat for transplanting cell sheets
Elon Musk is looking to keep growing his nascent mega-constellation after several weeks marked by delays.
Life on Earth has a long, but also an extremely turbulent history. On more than one occasion, the majority of all species became extinct and an already highly d...
There’s some happy news to report from the Red Planet, as the stubborn Mars InSight heat probe, known as “the mole,” is now completely buried. It’s an encouragi...
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LG’s world-first rollable TV is finally going on sale. The 65-inch LG Signature OLED R is now available in South Korea for more than $87,000.
Covid-19: ‘Major outbreak’ at Christchurch isolation facility housing dozens of international fishermen – Stuff.co.nz
Hundreds of international fishermen are thought to be isolating at the hotel, which is now in lockdown.
Geelong key forward Tom Hawkins has skipped training on Tuesday morning leaving some intrigue less than a week out from the 2020 AFL Grand Final.
A man described as a "friendly neighbour" has been arrested for allegedly keeping a sex slave after the girl reported being abused to her school co...