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After decades of being ignored, leading researchers are practicing civil disobedience to sound the alarm about the climate crisis.
After months of drought, this year’s paltry Kansas wheat harvest may drive global wheat prices up even more.
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Although gender-affirming care is safe and effective, there is more to learn about how to best care for trans people over the course of their entire lives.
Ultraviolet perception is incredibly common in animals—just not in humans. Ed Yong dives into the history of how scientists saw the light.