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Emperor penguins surface after a dive at Crary Bank in Antarctica's Ross Sea.
A new study has applied machine learning to olfaction with applications in flavors and fragrances.
The 2015 eruption of Wolf Volcano in the Galapagos Islands archipelago.
Scientists who study ocean species are designing adhesives for consumer products.
A desert shrub called brittlebush is responding well to increased temperature and aridity.
Emily Balskus and John O. Dabiri have been named 2020 NSF Alan T. Waterman Awardees.
Rufous hummingbirds use alternate routes and differ in migration cycles and distributions.
The tree-dwelling snail shows variation in color and patterning.
Researchers provide an unprecedented look inside the "central engine" of a large solar flare.
A new technique differentiates T cells in a quiet state and activated by antibody-stimulation.
Microbes collected from deep-sea sediment as old as 100 million years can survive and multiply.
Observations suggest the universe is 13.77 billion years old, give or take 40 million years.
Quantum magnets are promising platforms for high storage capacity and future green technologies.
More than 100 million lighting strikes each year radically alter tropical forests.
Scientists have discovered the first active methane seep in Antarctica.