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All Stories by Jack J. Lee
Biochemical changes after going to space suggest that harm to cells’ energy-producing structures, called mitochondria, could explain astronauts’ health issues.
An electron beam is the newest tool being developed to remove sticky and damaging lunar dust from surfaces.
Some bottlenose dolphins seem to look to their peers, rather than mom, to learn how to trap prey in shells.
Lichens and other fungi and algae team up to form a 'grit-crust' on the parched soil of Chile’s Atacama Desert. Those species slake their thirst with moisture from coastal fog.