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Science News

Bad weather may have driven the mighty Mongols from Hungary:
In at least one part of Stone Age Europe, Neandertals were lords of the rings:
Nasty superbug carries 15 antibiotic resistance genes, including one for #colistin:
Phosphorus and glycine—two elements essential to life—found at comet 67P:
Tiny fly, giant sperm. Some fruit flies have gametes 20 times their body-length:
Pioneering geophysicist’s theory of peak oil still debated:
For computers, generating random numbers is more complex than a simple roll of the dice:
Schrödinger’s cat is both alive and dead, and now it’s been trapped in two boxes at once:
At Earth’s core, fractions of a second add up over 4.5 billion years:
Pennsylvania woman with urinary tract infection has bacteria resistant to #colistin:
176,500-year-old stalagmite structures built by Neandertals found in French cave:
Pollution’s sulfuric acid isn't needed to make cloud-seeding particles in the air:
Alzheimer’s culprit may be natural antibiotic:
Bacteria resistant to last-resort antibiotic appears in U.S.:
Schrödinger’s mythical cat is alive and dead at the same time:
There’s a long-standing joke that NASA is always 20 years from putting astronauts on Mars:
Scientists want to crash an empty fuel tank into Jupiter's moon: #ASA171
Comet 67P carries two ingredients for life: glycine, phosphorus.
Television viewers are still waiting for the 3-D revolution:
New technique produces real randomness:
Ancient human relatives built circular stalagmite structures inside a French cave:
When it comes to sports performance, women have already started, & science needs to catch up
Counting cats is hard, but we know the numbers aren’t good:
Sun’s wild, explosive youth supplied life-supporting molecules to early Earth:
Everybody poops, including antibiotic-treated cattle. Here's why that's an issue:
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