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The new plan for exploring the ocean: let a thousand robots roam.
A few curious physicists think it's time to find some antimatter stars in antimatter galaxies.
Does our immune system have a sense of self? Does it ruthlessly attack the other? That's what immunologists have assumed for decades. Polly Matzinger thinks we're less xenophobic than that.
Is shark cartilage just newfangled snake oil?
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