Science questions are a fun and interesting way to learn about planet Earth, organisms and the universe. In this section you'll find an incredible collection of science questions covering a wide variety of topics.
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By Yves Jeffcoat Sep 15, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Sep 8, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Sep 1, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Aug 25, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Aug 11, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Jun 2, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat May 26, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat May 19, 2017
Humans are nature's best throwers, and new research suggest this has to do with practice — and some complex internal math.
By Jesslyn Shields May 11, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat May 5, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Apr 28, 2017
Hare-to-the-throne Simon was rabbit royalty expected to surpass his dad Darius and brother Jeff as the world's largest rabbit. But then he mysteriously died.
By Christopher Hassiotis Apr 26, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Apr 21, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Apr 17, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Mar 31, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Mar 17, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Feb 24, 2017
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By Yves Jeffcoat Feb 17, 2017
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President-elect Trump has proposed cutting the agency's Earth science budget. But doing so could negatively impact construction, farming and infrastructure projects.
By Patrick J. Kiger Dec 7, 2016
The practice of clapping to show our approval is an ancient one. But recent research suggests that applause actually spreads like a contagious disease.
By Patrick J. Kiger Jul 29, 2016
Very often, media coverage of scientific studies is misleading or just plain wrong. What do scientists think would make it better?
By Alia Hoyt Jun 1, 2016
College students who volunteer to participate in academic experiments for extra credit don't exactly represent humanity. And that's a problem for research.
By Julia Layton Feb 19, 2016
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