The tech could be used to increase the representation of women scientists on Wikipedia
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Warmer nights are fueling the future of wildfires.
Juries can blame a product for giving you cancer—but that doesn't mean it's true.
Worm farms, weeders, push mowers... The whole nine yards to control fine yards.
Even if it won't prevent injury.
When does a scientist's work deserve its own Wikipedia page, and when does the scientist themselves deserve a separate page?
Earth is kind of overdue to see its magnetic field pull a 180 and reverse on itself. Certainly a lot of people are expecting this to happen any day now. But according to a new study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the magnetic field might be feeling a bit shaky, but it's not going to flip-flop any time soon.
Cool things happen when you control water with a computer.
Researchers are working on designs to help sop up pollutants.
Millions of people suffer from allergies. Their suffering can take many forms, from the seasonal snifflers who track the ups and downs of the pollen count like the stock market, to food allergy sufferers who must guard against peanuts or eggs or strawberries year round.