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NPR: How Warming Winters Are Affecting Everything

Winters are warming faster than other seasons across much of the U.S. While that may sound like a welcome change for those...

BBC: Nasa’s 2020 rover: Can we finally answer the big question about Mars?

Exactly a year from now, a capsule will come hurtling through the atmosphere of Mars with the Americans' next big rover. If...

BBC: Open University scientists testing ‘Moon dust’ for water

"Moon dust" could be a vital source of fuel, building material and even drinking water for astronauts, according to the Open University.

VOA: Here’s Where the Internet Actually Lives

Have you ever stored something in the cloud and wondered where that data goes?  You might be...

BBC: Is love just a fleeting chemical high in the brain?

Romantic feelings rely on a complicated concoction of chemicals and psychology. But as part of our series on Life’s Big Questions with...

BBC: Is this the start of an aviation revolution?

Aviation is one of the fastest rising sources of carbon emissions from transport, but can a small Canadian airline show the industry...

CNN: Mysterious radio signal from space is repeating every 16 days

Mysterious radio signals from space have been known to repeat, but for the first time, researchers have noticed a pattern in...

CNN: China’s massive security state is being used to crack down on the Wuhan virus

The camera hovers just above the elderly woman's head, as she looks up, her face becomes confused and worried.

NPR: Bumblebees Are Disappearing Because Of Extreme Heat

Extreme temperatures are driving a dramatic decline in bumblebees across North America and Europe, according to a new study, in yet another...

BBC: Death: can our final moment be euphoric?

The moment of passing appears to bring an expression of relief to the deceased. But what is going on in our minds?...

BBC: Self-driving delivery van ditches ‘human controls’

Nuro, the company behind the design, makes autonomous delivery vans. The vehicle is Nuro's second generation of its vehicles,...

NPR: Dates Like Jesus Ate? Scientists Revive Ancient Trees From 2,000-Year-Old Seeds

The world's most remarkable date palm trees might not exist if Sarah Sallon hadn't gotten sick while working as a doctor in India in...

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Ebert Film Fest to feature remastered ‘Cotton Club,’ Farrelly brothers comedy

Francis Ford Coppola’s drama set in Harlem’s legendary Cotton Club during the 1930s – remastered, restored and with added scenes and...

Insect Fear Film Festival examines insects’ close relatives: crustaceans

Lobsters, shrimp and crayfish look like marine versions of insects, with their antennae and segmented bodies. The resemblance is not by chance....

[Illinois] U of I student diagnosed with bacterial meningitis

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — A student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has been diagnosed with a case of bacterial meningitis, as...

Historic Latinx murals return to campus Feb. 21

Murals removed for restoration from the former home of the department of Latina/Latino studies and La Casa Cultural Latina at the...