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How did Venus become so dry?

Venus has almost no water. A new study may reveal why.

First ice-free day in the Arctic could occur decades earlier than previously thought

Arctic could see summer days with practically no sea ice.

Love leaves a mark on your brain, confirms science

Dopamine in nucleus accumbens reflects selective pair bonding.

No, you probably wouldn’t see bolts of lightning flashing from Venus’ clouds

Venus may be a (slightly) gentler place than some scientists give it credit for.

Confirmed: Opposites don’t attract

Birds of a feather are indeed more likely to flock together, study indicates.

New membrane filtering technology helps address water scarcity issues

The membrane could be used in advanced water treatment systems and other applications.

Cognitive ability in childhood is linked to financial well-being in adulthood

Childhood cognitive ability and adult financial wellbeing varied between different financial measures.

Global lake water storage declines significantly

Climate change, human consumption and sedimentation led to decline.

Newly discovered earth-sized planet may be covered in Volcanoes

Welcome to Earth, extreme edition.

Saturn’s rings are remarkably young, study

How old are Saturn’s rings?

Grad student designs “artificial muscles” to be used in compost bins

soft robotic actuators made up of sustainable materials.

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