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Florida high school first in world to use synthetic frogs for dissection

By David Aaro

J.W. Mitchell High School in New Port Richey is the first school in the world to replace the guts and gore associated with cutting open the slimy amphibians -- with man-made, synthetic, frogs used for dissection labs.

Elizabeth I unmasked as author of mysterious manuscript

By James Rogers

A researcher in the U.K. has uncovered a mysterious 16th-century manuscript written by Queen Elizabeth I – the first discovery of its type in more than a century.

Giant black hole 'should not even exist,' stunned scientists say

By James Rogers

Scientists have discovered a huge black hole that is challenging long-held assumptions about the cosmic bodies in the Milky Way.

3 black holes possibly seen cooking their galaxies alive

By Rafi Letzter

Supermassive black holes at the hearts of galaxies may be blasting hot, turbulent waves of gas through the cosmos, keeping galaxy clusters alive with their heat.

Interstellar comet Borisov spotted in new image, has 'ghostly' appearance

By Chris Ciaccia

A new photo of the second interstellar object ever discovered, Comet 2I/Borisov, shows off the mysterious comet and its impressive tail.

UN report: World already far behind progress needed to reach Paris climate goals

By Sam Dorman

The United Nations offered what it called "bleak" findings on Tuesday as it warned that the world was headed towards global "extinction" and would need to increase its efforts "fivefold" if nations wanted to reach the temperature reduction goal outlined in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Carved rock could be world's oldest chess piece

By Christopher Carbone

A small object that was discovered in what's now southern Jordan seems to be the world's oldest known chess piece.

Gigantic tsunami pushed boulders as heavy as tanks inland, scientists say

By Christopher Carbone

A gigantic and powerful tsunami with 49-foot waves that tossed boulders as heavy as tanks inundated Oman about 1,000 years ago, scientists say.

'Warm Jupiter' exoplanet found

By Chris Ciaccia

Researchers have discovered exoplanets that have been referred to as "hot Jupiters" before, but now, they've found a "warm Jupiter" deep in space.