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The Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius is home to a stunning underwater waterfall, but there's more to it than meets the eye.
A newly described glass sponge species, dubbed the "E.T. sponge,” has two holes in its body that reminded researchers of the alien from the movie.
280 light-years away, orange dwarf TOI-561 is home to this and two other ancient worlds, offering proof that rocky planets can have an extremely long shelf life.
It’s more than 13 billion light years away, but it’s giving us a never before seen look at early black holes.
The largest predatory sharks to ever dominate the ocean may have gotten a jump start on life in the most grisly way imaginable.
A ‘stop-start’ pattern of evolution may explain why there are only 25 species of crocodiles alive today, compared to the thousands achieved in the same amount of time by other animals like lizards and birds.
The surprise discovery comes twenty years after the existence of ‘liquid glass’ was first predicted, and reveals new insights into the mysterious glass transition.
Research by the COVID-19 Host Genetics Initiative has found people with a particular length of DNA from Neanderthals are at a larger risk of developing a severe form of coronavirus.
Demonstrated for the first time, the new benchmark in communication brings us one step closer to quantum internet.