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A public health emergency designation can open up additional resources to combat the growing number of monkeypox cases in the United States.
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This invasive fish has a new moniker, one that experts hope will encourage more restaurants to place it on their menus.
16-year-old Elizabeth Nyamwange’s fingerprint scanner uses blockchain technology to make proof of identity more accessible worldwide.
The actress broke new ground on television, and inspired many viewers to enter science and technology careers.
A political scientist who advised for the Inflation Reduction Act explains the bill’s goals, and the politics that led to its creation.
From this SciFri Book Club pick, a peek inside the vast—and still relatively under-researched—part of the human body: the uterus.
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Piping plovers face a myriad of threats: predators, flooding, and human development. But volunteers are intervening to help them survive.