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What To Do When 500-1,000 Crows Roost In Your Neighborhood
When hundreds of crows took up long-term residence in a Baltimore neighborhood this past winter, one woman turned to Reddit for answers.
Rapper And Scholar Sammus Confronts AI In Hip-Hop
A conversation with rapper and academic Sammus about what the intersections between hip-hop and AI mean for music.
How Will AI Image Generators Affect Artists?
AI text-to-image generators, like DALL-E 2 and Midjourney, produce impressive and trippy images. But how will they change art and our society?
Svante Pääbo Awarded Nobel For Examining The Ancient Human Genome
Geneticist and Nobel Laureate Svante Pääbo performs archeological explorations on the human genome.
Bangladeshi Farmers Found A Way To Save Massive Amounts Of Water
By intensively using groundwater to irrigate, the country’s farmers are creating space to capture freshwater from monsoons.
Decades Of Alzheimer’s Research Could Be Based On Fraudulent Data
Plus, the moon may have pockets of pleasant temperature, and why a space vacation would be terrible for global warming on Earth.
Higher Temperatures Are Bad For The Body
As the world heats up, the human body will be put under increased strain.
The James Webb Telescope Releases Its First Focused Image
Though scientific images are still months away, the James Webb Space Telescope has sent back the highest resolution infrared space images ever.
A New Hope For Corals
After years of bad news for the aquatic icons, some good news out of Florida.
Naked Mole Rats May Unlock Secrets About The Human Brain
Naked mole rats are unique in the mammal world. But their brains may have valuable clues for our own.
Widening The Lens On A More Inclusive Science
Indigenous peoples have been observing the world for thousands of years. Why are they still underrepresented in science?
How To Hunt For Life As We Don’t Know It
Astrobiologists are looking at unusual environments on Earth for clues on how to search for life elsewhere in the solar system.
A Space-Launch Loss, Blood and the Brain, and Thought-Controlled Medical Nanobots
Science journalist Sophie Bushwick explains some of the week’s top stories in science, including Thursday’s explosion of a SpaceX rocket in Florida.