Some tablets and gels aimed at helping to soothe babies' teething pains may be dangerous for infants and toddlers, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced.
Don't give kids homeopathic teething tablets
New research proves wind turbines aren't just a risk to local birds. Birds from as far as 100 miles away are getting caught in their blades.
Wind turbines a risk to birds
Minister of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology of Japan Hirokazu Matsuno, in a meeting with Iran's Minister of Sciences, Research and Technology Mohammad Farhadi, called for using scientific and technological capacities for cooperation between the two countries.
Japan urges using scientific capacities for cooperation with Iran
Scientists have moved one step closed to making robots like humans after machines have become sensitive to touch.
Robots gain senses as they become sensitive to touch
New isotopic analysis by the Curiosity rover's Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM), instrument suite suggests the Red Planet's surface has contributed to the evolution of the Martian atmosphere.
Curiosity data show Martian crust contributed to Red Planet's atmosphere
A new study showcases the first direct evidence of microplastic consumption by deep-sea animals.
Deep-sea creatures are eating microplastics
A fuzzy, orange tree rat that was once thought to be extinct may be lurking in the mountainous forests of Colombia, and now researchers are pulling out all the stops to find the species again, including lacing their camera traps with candy.
Lollipops could lure elusive tree rat out of hiding
Superconductors, which allow resistance-free electric flows, are greatly superior to semiconductors. Unfortunately, they only work at extremely low temperatures — within a few degrees of absolute zero.
Scientists to make superconductors that work at room temperature
Graphene is extremely sensitive to its surroundings, making it an ideal source material for biosensors.
Lipid layers may allow graphene to be used in human body
Controllers had waited in silence for a radio signal to drop off their screens. It did so, abruptly, indicating that the billion-euro Rosetta mission had finally come to an end.
Europe must find another Rosetta

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