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  1. Tens of Thousands Protest 'Alternative Facts' at March for Science
    Scientists and science enthusiasts (along with their curious kids) turned out in droves to make their voices heard.
  2. In Photos: The Best Signs from the 2017 March for Science
    Scenes from the 2017 March for Science in Washington, D.C., and around the world.
  3. 2017 March for Science: Live Updates
    Follow along during the March for Science on April 22, as scientists and science supporters around the world gather to stand up for the integrity of science.
  4. What Is CRISPR?
    CRISPR technology is a simple yet powerful tool for editing genomes. It allows researchers to easily alter DNA sequences and modify gene function.
  5. The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
    Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
  6. Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week
    Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
  7. Unicorn Frappuccino Isn't Starbucks' Most Sugar-Filled Drink
    The new Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino is getting a lot of attention for its sky-high sugar content, but it's not the chain's most sugar-filled beverage.
  8. Earth As Seen From Saturn - Cassini Probe 'Looks Back' | Video
    NASA Cassini Probe captured Earth from the Saturn system in 2017 and 2013. Close-ups of the images reveals the moon as well.
  9. 'The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks': Q&A with Author Rebecca Skloot
    Author Rebecca Skloot spoke with Live Science about her involvement with the HBO adaptation of her book, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks."
  10. Tour London's Natural History Museum in VR with David Attenborough
    Let Sir David Attenborough's be your guide.
  11. Icebergs Ahoy! Massive Islands of Ice Float by Canadian Coast
    Huge icebergs, some so massive they dwarf nearby buildings, are drifting along the coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada, creating an awe-inspiring sight for locals and tourists alike.
  12. Aaron Hernandez's Brain Will Be Studied for CTE
    The brain of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez will be donated to an academic center that studies a brain disorder linked to playing football.
  13. Opioid Abuse Linked to Rare Fungal Eye Infections in New England
    The opioid epidemic may be leading to a rise in cases of what's normally a rare eye infection, according to a report from an eye treatment center in New England.
  14. 'Whale Cams' Capture Massive Mammals' Mysterious Daily Habits
    The secret life of whales has been revealed.
  15. ‘Whale Cam’ Reveals Feeding Habits of Whales in Antarctica | Video
    Camera and sensor tags on the backs of whales allowed researchers to experience a day in the life of a whale, including important information on where and how the animals feed.
  16. Hunt Kicks Off for 'Teddy Bear' Marsupial and Other 'Lost' Species
    The species, which haven't been seen for years or decades, include pink-headed ducks, red-thighed monkeys and a seahorse no one's ever seen in the wild.
  17. Heavy Drinkers May Not Handle Alcohol As Well As They Think
    Heavy social drinkers may think they have a high "tolerance" for alcohol, but a new study shows otherwise.
  18. What to Tell Kids About the 'March for Science'
    Here are tips from experts on what to tell kids about this weekend's March for Science.
  19. Bill Nye's Back to Save the World
    Science superhero Bill Nye plans to save the world by cultivating a superpower that exists in everyone: critical thinking.
  20. Keeping Up with the Kardashians' Health Problems
    Nothing is private when it comes to the Kardashians, and that includes matters of health.
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