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Minorities Make Up Nearly a Third of New Oscar Voters

By Brooks Barnes

Lady Gaga, Letitia Wright and Claire Foy are among the 842 people invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

This Creature Eats Stone. Sand Comes Out the Other End.

By Veronique Greenwood

Shipworms are known for boring into wood and digesting it, but scientists found a new species with a very different diet.

This Creature Eats Stone. Sand Comes Out the Other End.

By Veronique Greenwood

Shipworms are known for boring into wood and digesting it, but scientists found a new species with a very different diet.

How Nuclear Bomb Tests Are Helping to Identify Art Forgeries

By Niraj Chokshi

Using radiocarbon dating, scientists can uncover counterfeit artworks using smaller than ever samples of canvas and paint chips.

An Experimental Ebola Cure May Also Protect Against Nipah Virus

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

African green monkeys survived infection with the Nipah virus after they received remdesivir. The virus, a pandemic threat carried by bats, has killed dozens of people in Asia.

An Experimental Ebola Cure May Also Protect Against Nipah Virus

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

African green monkeys survived infection with the Nipah virus after they received remdesivir. The virus, a pandemic threat carried by bats, has killed dozens of people in Asia.

Trilobites: How Making Chocolate Is Like Mixing Cement

By VERONIQUE GREENWOOD

Researchers delved into the physics of conching, the stirring process that transforms ground cacao into a meltingly smooth treat.

Global Health: Gilead Will Donate Truvada to U.S. for H.I.V. Prevention

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

The manufacturer will provide enough of the drug to supply 200,000 patients annually for more than a decade. Critics said it would not be enough to end the AIDS epidemic and questioned the company’s motives.

Global Health: Gilead Will Donate Truvada to U.S. for H.I.V. Prevention

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

The manufacturer will provide enough of the drug to supply 200,000 patients annually for more than a decade. Critics said it would not be enough to end the AIDS epidemic and questioned the company’s motives.

Science Academy Pushes to Eject Sexual Harassers

By CHRISTINE HAUSER

A preliminary vote by the National Academy of Sciences was the latest move to address discrimination against women in historically male-dominated science fields.

Ice on the Surface of the Moon? Almost Certainly, New Research Shows

By JACEY FORTIN

Researchers don’t know whether the ice water runs deep, like the tips of buried icebergs, or is as thin as a layer of frost.

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