ScienceMagazine

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  1. New paper-based test can determine blood type in seconds

    New paper-based test can determine blood type in seconds
  2. Feeding the gods: Hundreds of skulls reveal massive scale of human sacrifice in Aztec capital

    Feeding the gods: Hundreds of skulls reveal massive scale of human sacrifice in Aztec capital
  3. Ammonia—a renewable fuel made from sun, air, and water—could power the globe without carbon

    Ammonia—a renewable fuel made from sun, air, and water—could power the globe without carbon
  4. Massive crater under Greenland's ice points to climate-altering impact in the time of humans

    Massive crater under Greenland's ice points to climate-altering impact in the time of humans
  5. Math whizzes of ancient Babylon figured out forerunner of calculus

    Math whizzes of ancient Babylon figured out forerunner of calculus
  6. Quantum satellite achieves 'spooky action' at record distance

    Quantum satellite achieves 'spooky action' at record distance
  7. Science Magazine's 2018 Breakthrough of the Year

    Science Magazine's 2018 Breakthrough of the Year
  8. Spider silk is five times stronger than steel—now scientists know why

    Spider silk is five times stronger than steel—now scientists know why
  9. How long can you make eye contact before things start to get uncomfortable?

    How long can you make eye contact before things start to get uncomfortable?
  10. A surfer and a scientist teamed up to create the perfect wave

    A surfer and a scientist teamed up to create the perfect wave
  11. Daytime wounds heal more quickly than those suffered at night

    Daytime wounds heal more quickly than those suffered at night
  12. AI detectives are cracking open the black box of deep learning

    AI detectives are cracking open the black box of deep learning
  13. Orangutans are the only great apes—besides humans—to ‘talk’ about the past

    Orangutans are the only great apes—besides humans—to ‘talk’ about the past
  14. Some people have evolved bigger spleens to hunt underwater

    Some people have evolved bigger spleens to hunt underwater
  15. Robots—like people— use ‘imagination’ to learn concepts

    Robots—like people— use ‘imagination’ to learn concepts
  16. Hubble Trouble: How fast is the universe expanding?

    Hubble Trouble: How fast is the universe expanding?
  17. Watch this caterpillar fling its beetle attacker through the air

    Watch this caterpillar fling its beetle attacker through the air
  18. What if a nuke goes off in D.C.? Simulations of artificial societies help planners

    What if a nuke goes off in D.C.? Simulations of artificial societies help planners