Results from a Harvard study don’t “support the common claims that [solar geoengineering] would inevitably lead to significant harms to some regions.”
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It was a very eventful week in the Sweet Science.
In Binged, Mashable breaks down why we binge-watch, how we binge-watch, and what it does to us. Because binge-watching is the new normal.
It's 2 a.m.
Empty plates specked with crumbs surround you.
The house is pitch dark, save the blue-tinged luster from your laptop.
You edge your slightly trembling hand forward — and
Swimmers (and triathletes) can't monitor their hydration as easily as other athletes do, but a new underwater sweat sensor offers a way.
People love 'Oumuamua because it's an antidote to our cosmic loneliness. And that's ok!
Yes, China recently landed there, but you're kind of asking the wrong question.
The up to $818 million deal between Locus Biosciences and Janssen Pharmaceuticals (a division of Johnson & Johnson) that was announced yesterday points toward a new path for CRISPR gene editing technologies and (potentially) the whole field of microbiome-targeted therapies.
Based in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Locus is commercializing research initially
On New Year's Eve, NASA's probe will reach Ultima Thule, an icy body at the edge of our solar system. Here's its timeline.
SpaceX’s futuristic Starship interplanetary craft may embody the golden age of sci-fi in more ways than one: in addition to (theoretically) taking passengers from planet to planet, it may sport a shiny stainless steel skin that makes it look like the pulp covers of old.
Founder and CEO Elon Musk