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Signs of Big Change in the Arctic

A once-predictable system shifts out of balanceREAD MORE ...

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No Stone Unturned

'Ear stones' provide clues to help restore river herringREAD MORE ...

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Shark Tales

Satellite tags reveal hidden world of ocean's largest fishREAD MORE ...

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A Faster Way to Better Reactions

'One-pot' approach could speed syntheses of new productsREAD MORE ...

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Endangered Whales Get a High-Tech Check-Up

Drones give researchers an unparalleled view of marine mammal healthREAD MORE ...

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Remembering Knorr

Illustrious research vessel departs after 44-year careerREAD MORE ...

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