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Online Marijuana Shops Make It Easy for Minors to Buy, Study Finds
Many online marijuana dispensaries do not enforce age limits on purchases and have other lax policies that enable minors to buy cannabis on the internet.Read More 26 September 2023 | 8:40 am
Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough Gets a Bigger Burst of Laser Energy
Researchers at the National Ignition Facility during a July firing of 192 lasers improved on a December result, but also ended up with duds in other experiments.Read More 26 September 2023 | 1:30 am
In Hospitals, Viruses Are Everywhere. Masks Are Not.
Amid an uptick in Covid infections, administrators, staff and patients are divided over the need for masks in health care settings.Read More 26 September 2023 | 1:18 am
A Mystery Species Was Discovered in Trafficked Pangolin Scales
Researchers believed there were eight species of the strange mammals. But a ninth was identified genetically, although no one knew it was a separate species in the wild.Read More 26 September 2023 | 1:00 am
NASA’s Osiris-Rex Brings Bennu Asteroid Sample to Earth
The seven-year Osiris-Rex mission ended on Sunday with the return of regolith from the asteroid Bennu, which might hold clues about the origins of our solar system and life.Read More 25 September 2023 | 10:26 pm
Arsenic Preserved the Animals, But Killed the Museum
A popular taxidermy exhibit in Sioux Falls, S.D., was closed after the toxic substance was discovered laced throughout the specimens. Many lament the loss of the “works of art.”Read More 25 September 2023 | 10:01 pm
Mammals’ Time on Earth Is Half Over, Scientists Predict
A new model suggests that in 250 million years, all land will collide into a supercontinent that boosts warming and pushes mammals to extinction.Read More 25 September 2023 | 9:00 pm
An Ancient Leviathan Named for King Tut, But Moby-Dinky in Size
Paleontologists in Egypt announced the discovery of Tutcetus rayanensis, an eight-foot-long leviathan that lived 41 million years ago.Read More 25 September 2023 | 10:01 am
Arctic Sea Ice Hits Its Annual Low
Each September, the ice at the top of the world hits its lowest extent of the year. Researchers are studying how a warming climate is affecting a not-so-frozen ocean.Read More 25 September 2023 | 7:25 am
India’s Moon Lander Misses Wake-Up Call After Successful Mission
The Chandrayaan-3 mission did what it set out to do, but its lander and rover could not be roused after entering the cold lunar darkness two weeks ago.Read More 24 September 2023 | 9:40 am
Ancient Arrow Is Among Artifacts to Emerge From Norway’s Melting Ice
As the earth warms, glacial archaeologists are in a race against time to preserve objects before they are destroyed by the elements. Recent field work yielded a surprisingly intact 3,000-year-old arrow.Read More 23 September 2023 | 3:01 pm
Genetically Modified Pig’s Heart Is Transplanted Into a Second Patient
The first patient to receive such an organ died after two months. “At least now I have hope,” the second recipient said before the surgery.Read More 23 September 2023 | 1:53 am
The Animals Are Talking. What Does It Mean?
Language was long understood as a human-only affair. New research suggests that isn’t so.Read More 23 September 2023 | 1:50 am
Block Island’s Nature Preserves Offer Solitude and Wildlife
On Block Island, a tiny dot off the New England coast, birders and other nature lovers can find beauty and solitude in 2,500 acres of ponds, dunes and marshes.Read More 23 September 2023 | 12:05 am
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