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Inside the Halley Antarctic research base, which is now shut down due to a new crack forming in the ice nearby: 
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What's going on at the bottom of CJ-3 in Spain? 
For decades, speleologists have trained in Spain's CJ-3 cave, but now, without proper equipment, visitors risk suffocating in its depths.
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Can we take the guesswork out of flu season? 
Can scientists produce a “universal” flu vaccine that doesn’t require annual predictions by epidemiologists and a yearly shot for you?
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This is why 24-7 diners are packed when the bars close. 
Binge-drinking affects neurons in the brains of mice typically activated by starvation, turning them into gluttons.
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I set out to find the official, legislative organ of organ designation and fell into a rabbit hole that only grew deeper...
Did you hear about the body's newest organ, the mesentery? Because we have some explaining to do.
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The question is not what it is, the question is does it work.
Everything that works is an organ! 
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How to hide from your computer overlords. 
By overloading facial recognition software with images of faces, these designs protect your identity.
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The winds of Venus: 
A 6,000-mile long feature in the planet's upper atmosphere is probably caused by the interaction of winds and mountains on the surface.
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I wonder how much Venusians paid for cable tv? Coffee? Gas? Maybe our solar system is an example of what not to do to harm your planet....? Venus....runaway greenhouse. Mars.....dried up oceans, no atmosphere. Earth...infestation of humans destroying their home......how do I get a grey alien to pick me up and take me away??? 
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Literally, a kill switch. 
Researchers have isolated a region in the mouse brain that spurs hunting behaviors, illuminating the neural links between action and reaction.
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With all of these reports of mice with a killer instinct, it makes me afraid to go into a McDonald's restaurant ever again.
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Perhaps not just rhinos...
Communal dung piles, called middens, play an important role in the dissemination of information for white rhinos in South Africa.
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Home sweet home. 
From the most powerful telescope orbiting Mars comes this view of Earth and the Moon. Antarctica and Australia are easily seen from this great distance.
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Parental sleeplessness, visualized: http://bit.ly/2hVUECY
It makes it painfully clear why new parents are sleep deprived. It's also an excellent illustration of what scientists know about infant sleep cycles.
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The costs of consumption 
Combining data on species' ranges with global trade routes, researchers pinpoint where economic activity takes its greatest toll.
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Take an exciting adventure with DISCOVER Magazine as it reports captivating developments in science, medicine, technology, and the world around us. Spectacular photography and refreshingly understandable stories on complex subjects connect everyday people with the greatest ideas and minds in science.