Scientists at the University of Washington have equipped bumblebees with tiny sensors that could one day be used to monitor crops on a farm.
Rare brain-eating amoebas killed Seattle woman who rinsed her sinuses with tap water. Doctor warns this could happen again
Researchers said the amoebas likely got into the woman's brain through the tap water she used to fill a neti pot, rather than using saline...
The wave is only noticed on Earth in incredibly tiny misalignments of split laser beams in detectors both in Hanford and in Louisiana. That mismatch...
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