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Let’s close out this year by asking the big wrap-up question: What science milestones took place in 2016?
We already know that running has noticeable impacts on the cardio and muscular functions of our body, but how does running impact the brain?
2016 was truly a banner year for climate-related Earth science news and scientific discoveries. Here we’ll explore just a few of the top Earth science news stories from 2016.
Occasionally science gets to experience some pretty bizarre discoveries. Medical scientists recently found a very interesting new lead on fighting type 2 diabetes from the land down under. Can the duck-billed platypus help fight diabetes?
A recent storm in Louisiana helped climate scientists begin to answer a pretty big question: Is climate change impacting extreme weather?