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Egypt archaeologists discover tombs dating back 2,000 years

Aug 16, 2017

Egyptian archaeologists discover tombs dating back more than 2,000 years, from the Ptolemaic Period

Scientists potentially narrow MH370 search area to 3 spots

Aug 16, 2017

Scientists have potentially narrowed the search area for the missing Malaysian airliner to three specific locations in the southern Indian Ocean

Neutron beams, x-rays reveal more about T. rex relative

Aug 15, 2017

Researchers at one of the nation's top federal laboratories have used neutron beams and high-energy X-rays to produce the highest resolution scan ever done of the inner workings of a fossilized tyrannosaur skull

Researchers to study chemical contamination of US waters

Aug 15, 2017

Professors at the University of Rhode Island and Harvard University are studying chemicals that have contaminated water at sites nationwide and have been linked to cancer and other illnesses

Accidental deaths of endangered whale threatens its survival

Aug 15, 2017

Marine conservation groups say accidental deaths this year among the endangered North Atlantic right whales threaten the species' survival

Wildlife officials determine bald eagle had lead poisoning

Aug 15, 2017

Pennsylvania wildlife officials say a bald eagle that is suffering from lead poisoning is in guarded condition

Rare crocodile eggs hatched at Cambodian conservation center

Aug 15, 2017

Nine eggs of an endangered crocodile species found in the wild in June and taken to a conservation center in southern Cambodia have hatched

5 researchers share $500,000 prize for work on gene editing

Aug 15, 2017

Five researchers will share a $500,000 medical prize for their roles in developing a ground-breaking gene-editing tool that lets scientists alter the DNA of living cells

Science Says: Lightning is zapping fewer Americans, not more

Aug 15, 2017

Lightning _ once one of nature's biggest killers _is claiming far fewer lives in the United States, mostly because we've learned to get out of the way

School district: No outdoor recess during eclipse

Aug 15, 2017

A Pennsylvania school district says children won't be let outside for recess during the Aug. 21 solar eclipse because of the potential for harm to students who look the sun

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