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The administration tells scientists attending international meetings not to discuss polar bears, climate change, or sea ice.
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We may not yet know enough to understand China’s intentions.
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University of Iowa researchers believe they have found a genetic pattern among smokers.
Americans say they want it. They're wrong.
A Swiss insect expert creates tiny robots that evolve to work together in groups–and learn to trick “outsiders.”