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Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
Students around the world were on the march, calling on global leaders to take meaningful action to curb human activity driving catastrophic climate change.
Gene-edited mosquitoes were released into the wild in Brazil and some seem to have passed on their genes to the native insects.
Tropical storm Imelda is bringing historic and devastating flooding to southeastern Texas, just two years after Hurricane Harvey flooded the same part of the state.
The number of confirmed or probable cases has reached 530 according to the latest update from the CDC.
Scientists have recreated the face of a Denisovan woman — an ancient human who went extinct tens of thousands of years ago — using a groundbreaking DNA analysis.
Clinical observations and animal studies suggest that certain gut bacteria boost blood-alcohol levels and contribute to fatty liver disease.
The report describes three cases of children who experienced heart rhythm problems while playing electronic games.
In the most extreme regions of the universe, galaxies are being killed. Scientists are now on the case.
A colorful fifth-century mosaic that depicts one of Jesus' most famous miracles has been unearthed in Israel, perfectly preserved beneath the ashes from an ancient fire.
Students around the world are walking out of schools on Friday (Sept. 20) in a global strike for climate action.
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