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Scientists in West Africa are racing to determine what immunization strategies could be most effective to contain the epidemic.

Discovery of hydrogen-rich waters hints at unexplored microbial ecosystems.

Background gas levels are low — but they spike periodically.

Long-term orbital wobbles drive changes in sand patterns on Saturnian moon.

After a 30-year struggle to harness quantum weirdness for computing, physicists finally have their goal in reach.

Shell markings are the oldest abstract signs ever discovered.

People have infrared vision — and it could be the result of pairs of photons combining their energies to appear as one ‘visible’ photon.

Molecular signatures hint at who will benefit from next-generation cancer drugs.

NASA has 35 kilograms of plutonium-238 to power its deep-space missions — but that will not get it very far.

Cold-tolerant crop enabled high-altitude agriculture some 3,600 years ago.