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  1. Intelligent Aliens Might Speak Our Language. And You Can Help Decode Their Messages.
    Stay sharp! You may be needed to help decode a message from intelligent aliens someday.
  2. Your Summer 'Base Tan' Is Wrecking Your Skin
    There is no safe amount of tanning, and no amount of tanning that won't prematurely age your skin.
  3. Do Animals Ever Get Sunburned?
    Animals are at risk of sunburn, but do they ever burn their skin?
  4. What's the Absolutely Amazing Theory of Almost Everything?
    Here's why the Standard Model of particle physics is seriously amazing.
  5. World's Oldest Dandruff Left Behind by Very Embarrassed Dinosaurs
    The world's oldest dandruff has been found in a feathered dinosaur fossil — and scientists are stoked.
  6. Here's What NASA's 'Toasty' Camera Saw As It Melted After a SpaceX Launch
    When a SpaceX rocket launches, it's awesome. But when a SpaceX rocket launch sparks a brush fire that melts a NASA photographer's camera, it goes viral. Now you can see what the camera saw as it melted.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. What Is Blood Sugar?
    Blood sugar, or glucose, is the main sugar found in blood. It is an important source of energy and provides nutrients to the body.
  10. The Science Behind Hawaii's Surprising 2018 Volcanic Eruption
    Here's the latest on a fiery, explosive eruption that surprised even Hawaii volcanologists.
  11. Intriguing Gold Coin and Other Treasures Uncovered in Egypt
    Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed the remains of a huge, red, brick building — likely the remnants of a Roman bath — as well as a mountain of treasures, including a statue of a ram and a gold coin featuring King Ptolemy III.
  12. Scientists Say Elon Musk's 'Nano' Claims Don't Make Any Sense
    The SpaceX and Tesla founder is having a very public meltdown right now, and making some weird claims about a prefix used in some sciences.
  13. Seattle Mussels Test Positive for Opioids
    Why are scientists searching for drugs in shellfish?
  14. Where Did the Deadly Nipah Virus Come From — And What Other Outbreaks Should We Expect?
    Are deadly viruses lurking, waiting for the right moment to pop up and start an outbreak?
  15. Extinct Doggos' Bone-Crushing Diet Preserved in Fossil Poop
    Fossil poop provided scientists with the scoop on extinct dogs' bone-crushing diet.
  16. Massive Ice Highways Found Hiding Under Antarctica
    Scientists have found huge valleys linking the smaller West Antarctic Ice Sheet to the massive East Antarctic Ice Sheet, hidden deep under the ice.
  17. SpaceX's Elon Musk Proposes Media Company That Rates Journalists. Is He Serious?
    What's behind his posts? Is it just another Musk prank, or is he actually serious about the idea?
  18. This Week's Strangest Science News
    Ready to get weird? Here are some of the strangest stories on Live Science this week.
  19. Could Eating More Seafood Help Couples Conceive?
    Eating seafood twice a week could up your odds of getting pregnant.
  20. World's Largest Pterosaur Jawbone Discovered in Transylvania
    This enormous jaw would have let the beast down turtles and other oversized meals.


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