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Researchers created a simulation of the female reproductive tract and, rather than compete, sperm may cooperate to swim upstream.
The Benthic Rover trawls an abyssal plain, 4000 meters below the ocean surface, for vital data about carbon dioxide on a warming planet.
There are 100 million unexploded landmines around the world. Igor Klymenko’s invention uses a drone to help find them.
In this international competition, contestants compete to analyze, identify, and describe the layers of soil in a landscape.
All the money went to a trust and nonprofit to fund climate change and conservation efforts.
A professor of psychiatry studies the genes responsible for metabolizing medication to predict if patients will respond to depression treatment.
A new material being developed by scientists at UT Austin can rapidly absorb liters of water from dry desert air.
A longtime researcher in the field of breast imaging dives into the benefits and limitations of AI cancer screenings.