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Rachel Feltman of the Washington Post gives us her rundown of the week's science stories.
NASA’s Airborne Snow Observatory found that snowpack in the Sierra Nevada is a fraction of what it used to be.
The microbes that live on and in residents of an Amazonian village with no recorded contact with Western civilization are super-diverse—and some carry genes for antibiotic resistance.
The cups work using capillary action: Simply press your lips to the rim, and you get a sip, whether you want one or not.
In his book Geek Physics, Rhett Allain uses physics to answer pop culture and everyday science questions.
The first science documentaries are almost as old as cinema itself.
Dr. Amanda Glaze studies the perceptions of evolution and their religious and societal influences in the American Southeast.