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Scientists find magma source of supervolcano in Italy
Researchers have discovered the magma source, or so-called ‘hot zone’, of a supervolcano in southern Italy.
Tectonic plates weaker than scientists thought
A new study suggested tectonic plates are weaker than previously thought.
Scientists map water across Moon's soil
For the first time, scientists have mapped the distribution of water across lunar soil.
Scientists work to keep NASA's space telescope in the dark
NASA scientists are taking on the vital task of ensuring unwanted infrared light does not interfere with the optical testing of the James Webb Space Telescope.
Scientists track brain-skull transition from dinosaurs to birds
The dramatic, dinosaur-to-bird transition that occurred in reptiles millions of years ago was accompanied by profound changes in the skull roof of those animals — and holds important clues about the way the skull forms in response to changes in the brain — according to a new study.
Scientists prolong life, slow aging in fruit flies
Researchers in California are helping fruit flies live longer.
Scientists make stretchy electronics from rubbery materials
Using rubbery materials, scientists at the University of Houston have successfully created a new form of stretchable electronics that holds promise in health monitors, medical implants and artificial skins.
Honey bees could help scientists create new antibiotic
A protein produced by honey bees could inspire the first new antibiotic in 30 years.
Scientists design software  that detects when people are texting and driving
Scientists at the University of Waterloo have created a computer algorithm that can accurately determine when drivers are texting while driving.
Scientists use CRISPR gene-editing technology to alter flower color
Researchers in Japan reported in a new study they used the gene editing technology CRISPR to alter the color of a Japanese morning glory, a popular garden flower.
Huge discovery about Dads stuns scientists
A fascinating new study out of Stanford University Medical Center has found that the average age of new dads is creeping up consistently, and that may be a good thing.
Scientists spot Martian 'spiders' in unexpected places
Bowie wasn't lying about Ziggy's bandmates — there are spiders from Mars. Sort of.
More storms expected due to global warming, scientists say
Scientists say the devastating intensity of hurricanes such as Harvey is consistent with global warming trends, rising seas, warming oceans, hotter air, and warn of "bigger and stronger" storms to come.
Scientists tie flexible crystals into knots
Researchers in Australia have grown bendable crystals strong enough to be tied in knots.
Scientists make breakthrough in magnesium batteries
A new study by the University of Houston offers promise for the use of magnesium batteries as a safer alternative to problem-plagued lithium ion batteries.

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