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The New York Times: Science

Trilobites: 3 Newborn Endangered Right Whales Seen After Year With No Births

Trilobites: 3 Newborn Endangered Right Whales Seen After Year With No Births

A new mother, named 1204, and calf were spotted off Florida's Amelia Island on Jan. 17.
TRENDING: Take a DNA Test, Then Buy an Airplane Ticket

TRENDING: Take a DNA Test, Then Buy an Airplane Ticket

Rondel Holder followed the results of his home DNA test to Togo and Benin.
Global Warming Concerns Rise Among Americans in New Poll

Global Warming Concerns Rise Among Americans in New Poll

Search teams in the aftermath of the Camp Fire in Paradise, Calif., last year.
Oceans Are Getting Louder, Posing Potential Threats to Marine Life

Oceans Are Getting Louder, Posing Potential Threats to Marine Life

A container ship crossing under the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver. Increasing traffic and the threat of seismic blasts for offshore drilling exploration are dangerous to marine life, scientists warn.

ScienceTake: How Ants Sniff Out the Right Path

They may seem like automatons, but ants are surprisingly sophisticated in their navigational strategies.

How Ants Get a Taste for the Trail

Ants use their antennas to sniff out food, and other ants. It’s how they make sense of the world. But how exactly do they use them?
Scientists Are Teaching the Body to Accept New Organs

Scientists Are Teaching the Body to Accept New Organs

Michael Schaffer, who received a liver transplant, is the first to undergo a new procedure that may help wean organ recipients from anti-rejection drugs.
Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a ‘Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a ‘Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

A scientist repaired a GPS device last summer near Greenland’s Helheim Glacier.
TAKE a Number: A Rising Threat to Pregnant Women: Syphilis

TAKE a Number: A Rising Threat to Pregnant Women: Syphilis

The Treponema pallidum bacterium, which causes syphilis. It can be passed from mother to child during pregnancy or birth.

Scientist Who Edited Babies’ Genes Is Likely to Face Charges in China

A Chinese government investigation found that He Jiankui had “seriously violated” state regulations by altering human embryos.
Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: Photos From Around the World

Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: Photos From Around the World

A combination photo showing the different stages of the blood moon and supermoon during a total lunar eclipse in Los Angeles, on Sunday.
Coming Soon to a Police Station Near You: The DNA ‘Magic Box’

Coming Soon to a Police Station Near You: The DNA ‘Magic Box’

A Rapid DNA machine can reveal whether an individual’s DNA matches genetic evidence collected from a local crime.
The Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: How to Watch It Tonight

The Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: How to Watch It Tonight

Part of the moon was obscured by Earth’s shadow as a total lunar eclipse began on Sunday in Miami.
Brace for the Polar Vortex; It May Be Visiting More Often

Brace for the Polar Vortex; It May Be Visiting More Often

Syracuse on Sunday. “Winter is shortening, but you’re getting these more intensive periods in that shorter winter,” a researcher said.
The Elderly and Driving: When Is It Time to Hit the Brakes?

The Elderly and Driving: When Is It Time to Hit the Brakes?

Prince Philip talking with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor in May. He was involved in a car accident on Thursday, raising questions in Britain about when seniors should stop driving.
Your Sweat Will See You Now

Your Sweat Will See You Now

A soft, wearable patch measures the chemical contents of sweat on the skin. It could be used to screen for cystic fibrosis, and give athletes real-time performance data.