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After Earth’s Worst Mass Extinction, Life Rebounded Rapidly, Fossils Suggest

Evidence of marine life that was thriving about 1.3 million years after the largest mass extinction on Earth has been found in what is now Paris Canyon in Idaho. Read More »

Could Quinoa, The Inca’s ‘Mother Grain,’ Become A Cure For World Hunger?

A panicle of quinoa, growing in the greenhouse at KAUST. Read More »

The Purpose Of Sleep? To Forget, Scientists Say

A PET scan of a brain during normal sleep. Two scientists say sleep may help the brain prune back unneeded synapses. Read More »

Shark-Inspired Drug May Help Treat Fibrosis, Researchers Say

A blood sample was extracted from a wobbegong shark, similar to this one Read More »

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