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Almost everything we know about the universe around us, we know thanks to telescopes.
Although some fungi can cause diseases, others can be eaten, used to make medicines or serve other useful functions.
When an object experiences a force, its change in motion — or acceleration — depends on its mass.
LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, light up TV screens, traffic lights and many other devices used in daily life.
Cognition is involved in all conscious mental activity, from thinking and reasoning to remembering.
Feel sticky when you step outside on a summer day? Blame humidity — water in the air.
Short for deoxyribonucleic acid, DNA is the molecule that determines how each living thing looks and works.
No one experiences trauma the same way. Its effects can be physical or emotional. Immediate or delayed. Brief or long-lasting.
From fruits to fur to fine art, many materials get their colors from compounds called pigments.
These positively charged particles are important building blocks in atoms.
The habitable zone is the region around a star where temperatures could be right for worlds to host liquid water.
These ultrafast computers perform complex calculations for research on cancer, quantum physics and more.