Court rules ‘Dueling Dinos’ belong to landowners, in a win for science | Science

A court judgment clarified ownership of the “Dueling Dinosaurs.” Part of the specimen is revealed here at auction.  AP Photo/Seth Wenig A legal legend that threatened to overthrow fossil... Read more »

‘The house was on fire.’ Top Chinese virologist on how China and U.S. have met the pandemic | Science

Shao Yiming, primary AIDS specialist at China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention, challenges questionable views about his nation’s reaction to the unique coronavirus. AP Photo/Ted S. Warren Science’s... Read more »

Oldest cousin of Native Americans found in Russia | Science

Russian archaeologists in 1976 excavating the Ust’-Kyakhta-3 website on the banks of the Selenga River A. P. Okladnikov A brand-new research study has actually exposed the oldest link yet... Read more »

United States relaxes rules for biotech crops | Science

Many brand-new ranges of genetically customized crops will be exempt from guideline in the United States under a brand-new policy. Brent Stirton/Getty Images A significant modification to U.S. guideline... Read more »

Thief ants steal—and eat—the young of other ants, decimating their populations | Science

The thief ant Solenopsis tennesseensis has to do with the size of a poppy seed. April Nobile/© AntWeb.org (CC-BY-SA-3.0) Even ants need to handle insects. One of those is... Read more »

From Black Death to fatal flu, past pandemics show why people on the margins suffer most | Science

In this 1625 illustration, Londoners leaving the pester are disallowed by nation occupants. New York City PUBLIC LIBRARY/SCIENCE SOURCE When the Black Death showed up in London by January... Read more »

World’s biggest volcano is barely visible | Science

NOAA Two little, guano-covered islands that peek above the waves in the main North Pacific Ocean are simply the suggestions of our world’s biggest single volcano, brand-new research study... Read more »

Fact-checking Judy Mikovits, the controversial virologist attacking Anthony Fauci in a viral conspiracy video | Science

Judy Mikovits (right), seen here at her laboratory in Reno, Nevada, in 2011 with a college student, has actually made lots of unproven claims about the coronavirus that triggers... Read more »

Ancient DNA reveals staying power of early people of the Andes | Science

Machu Picchu was developed by the Incas, one of numerous cultures that settled in the Central Andes over thousands of years. Matthew Butcher Some of the world’s more well-known... Read more »

Ants store long- and short-term memories on different sides of their brains

A.S. David Fernandes The left and right sides of our brains store different kinds of memories: The left side concentrates on spoken details, for instance, while the best side... Read more »