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When will the first baby be born in space?

Chris Impey, University of Arizona When the first baby is born off-Earth, it will be a milestone as momentous...

GPS tracking could help tigers and traffic coexist in Asia

Neil Carter, University of Michigan More than 100,000 tigers ranged across Asia a century ago, from the Indian subcontinent...

Competition heats up in the melting Arctic, and the US isn’t...

Rockford Weitz, Tufts University For decades, the frozen Arctic was little more than a footnote in global economic competition,...

Oil: why higher prices will complicate the energy transition

Jorge Guira, University of Reading The oil price is on a rollercoaster. Having crashed into negative territory just last...

The Sunburst hack was massive and devastating – 5 observations from...

Paulo Shakarian, Arizona State University So much remains unknown about what is now being called the Sunburst hack, the cyberattack against U.S. government agencies and...

The Arctic hasn’t been this warm for 3 million years –...

Julie Brigham-Grette, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Steve Petsch, University of Massachusetts Amherst Every year, sea ice cover in the Arctic Ocean shrinks to a...

The UAE’s Mars mission seeks to bring Hope to more places...

Wendy Whitman Cobb, US Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies On July 14, a new Mars-bound spacecraft will launch from Japan. While...

With prizes, food, housing and cash, Putin rigged Russia’s most recent...

Regina Smyth, Indiana University When Russians voted in early July on 200 constitutional amendments, officials rigged the election to create the illusion that President Vladimir...

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