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US Government Declassifies Cold War Nuclear Test Footage

Hundreds of films showing US nuclear tests conducted between 1945 and 1962 have been found, analyzed and declassified by physicists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), officials at the California-based research facility announced this week in a statement. According to the laboratory, the US conducted 210 atmospheric nuclear tests over that span, and each […]

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Science is America’s Foundation–and our Future

Instead of arbitrarily slashing federal programs, Congress should continue to work on a bipartisan basis to secure long-term, sustained investments for R&D

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Iron deep in the ocean can travel 2,500 miles

Scientists made a surprising discovery about iron particles from deep-ocean vents. “No one ever knew how far these metal particles…could travel.”

Corals May Get Temporary Reprieve from Bleaching

Climate models show the absence of a global atmospheric circulation pattern which bolsters high ocean temperatures key to coral bleaching

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Bees Learn Soccer from Their Buddies

The insects show sophisticated learning for non-bee–related tasks, and can even improve on what they are taught

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