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Today β€” January 22nd 2019Your RSS feeds

Moose seen chasing snowboarders, skiers at Colorado resort

By Nicole Darrah

Snowboarders and skiers at a resort in Colorado were chased by a moose on Saturday, and the frightening ordeal was captured on video by one of those being charged.

Scientists make gene-edited chickens in bid to halt next pandemic

British scientists are developing gene-edited chickens designed to be totally resistant to flu in a new approach to trying to stop the next deadly human pandemic.

Yesterday β€” January 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a β€˜Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

With the Arctic warming rapidly, ice loss in Greenland is accelerating and may soon be a major factor in rising sea levels, according to a new study.

Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a β€˜Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

With the Arctic warming rapidly, ice loss in Greenland is accelerating and may soon be a major factor in rising sea levels, according to a new study.

Cocaine in London river is making eels 'hyperactive,' researchers say

By Jennifer Earl

High levels of cocaine are causing some eels in London's famous River Thames to be "hyperactive," new research by King's College London shows.

Cocaine in London river is making eels 'hyperactive,' researchers say

By Jennifer Earl

High levels of cocaine are causing some eels in London's famous River Thames to be "hyperactive," new research by King's College London shows.

Mini-monsters with multiple heads created in the lab

By Stephanie Pappas Live Science Contributor

The tiny, immortal hydra is a freshwater animal that can regenerate an entirely new animal from just the tiniest sliver of its body.

Mini-monsters with multiple heads created in the lab

By Stephanie Pappas Live Science Contributor

The tiny, immortal hydra is a freshwater animal that can regenerate an entirely new animal from just the tiniest sliver of its body.

Bizarre deep-sea fish living in Gulf of California with 'virtually no oxygen' puzzles biologists

By Jennifer Earl

Deep in the dark depths of the Gulf of California — where "virtually no oxygen" exists — live schools of fish that are thriving in an environment marine biologists would otherwise consider deadly for their kind.

Bizarre deep-sea fish living in Gulf of California with 'virtually no oxygen' puzzles biologists

By Jennifer Earl

Deep in the dark depths of the Gulf of California — where "virtually no oxygen" exists — live schools of fish that are thriving in an environment marine biologists would otherwise consider deadly for their kind.

Planet Nine may not exist but another mysterious object deep in the solar system could be lurking

By Chris Ciaccia

There has been much speculation about the existence of Planet Nine and its impact on distant objects in the solar system. But a new study suggests that some of the farthest celestial bodies in our planetary system aren't being impacted by this yet-to-be-discovered planet, but rather another mysterious object deep in the echoes of space.

Planet Nine may not exist but another mysterious object deep in the solar system could be lurking

By Chris Ciaccia

There has been much speculation about the existence of Planet Nine and its impact on distant objects in the solar system. But a new study suggests that some of the farthest celestial bodies in our planetary system aren't being impacted by this yet-to-be-discovered planet, but rather another mysterious object deep in the echoes of space.

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