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  1. One photon can transmit information in two directions at once.
  2. Industrial fishing now occurs across 55 percent of the world’s ocean area while only 34 percent of Earth’s land area is used for agriculture or grazing.
  3. Scientists are searching for viruses lurking in animals that could threaten human health.
  4. Ancient humans’ close relatives also created rock art and shell ornaments, studies assert.
  5. The ancestor of today’s domesticated horses remains a mystery after a new analysis of ancient horse DNA.
  6. Editor in Chief Nancy Shute is ready to produce top-quality science journalism and investigate digital innovations.
  7. Readers debated feeling morally obligated to edit their kid's genes and had questions about exoplanets.
  8. In 1968, the liver transplant field had its first small successes. Now, more than 30,000 patients in the U.S. receive a donated liver each year.
  9. While some researchers question what characteristics define the dinosaurs, others are uprooting the dino family tree altogether.
  10. An amateur astronomer has caught a supernova explosion on camera.
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