Science Australia has always had the market cornered on enormous animals trying to kill you The Goolarabooloo people have been singing about dinosaur footprints for thousands of years—they just don’t call them ‘dinosaurs.’ Read on.
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Health Providing researchers with a platform to study drugs and diseases influenced by these hormones Researchers have figured out a way to integrate each organ type involved in the menstrual cycle into one fully-functioning unit, all on a Petri dish.
Science Small but mighty, distant dust packs a powerful punch A new study sheds light on the role of dust—from far-away lands—on mountain ecosystems.
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Environment Most of the ingredients are unknown Over 100 billion gallons of fracking fluid is injected into the U.S.
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Space Congress has only approved funding through 2024. What happens then? In 2024 the clock will run out on the International Space Station.
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