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Deadly flooding in and around New York City dramatizes the risks to infrastructure that was wasn’t built to handle warmer, wetter climate.
This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE on ACR, with Basil Valentine filling for host Patrick Henningsen, covering all the top stories internationally. This week the show welcomes a very special guest, Dr Piers Robinson, to discuss the 20th anniversary of September 11th and its impact and legacy and how this event paved the way for the current ‘g…
Cutting-edge devices used for quantum experiments have been bulky, finicky, and confined to academic labs—so far.
From glasswing butterflies to vanishing octopuses, evolution sometimes paints with colors that aren’t there.
The first all-civilian, all-private spaceflight splashed down off the coast of Florida.
The new finding underscores the complexity of marine mammals’ social life and cognition. It may also help save the snoopy cetaceans.
Hundreds of people are displaying similar behaviors to that of YouTube star Jan Zimmermann. Do they have a disorder or something more mysterious?
The species' relentless invasion of the continent has taken a turn toward cannibalism.
Now you can blame the primate brain. And neuroscientists are eager for a deeper look.
Scientists have attached dosimeters to the reptiles so they can serve as living “bioindicators” to gauge contamination levels near the shuttered nuclear power plant.
Children and teens have been spared the worst of the pandemic, but without vaccines they’re sitting ducks as the virus rages. What risks are they facing?
In the movie’s video game world, a whole-body airbag protects Ryan Reynolds as he falls off of a building and onto a car. Would that … work?
This cephalopod is the only known animal that doesn’t exhibit age-related deterioration when recalling specific events.
The paste sticks onto wet tissue firmly by repelling blood. Surgeons hope it can save time—and lives.
Last week, Texas health care policymakers discussed taking vaccination status into account for Covid triage. It’s a larger conversation ethicists are bracing for.
The federal agency will allow people living with organ transplants, undergoing cancer treatments and taking some medications to get a third shot.
This week the SUNDAY WIRE broadcasts LIVE as ACR and BOILER ROOM host Hesher is at the helm with special guest Ruckus (The Daily Ruckus). We’ll also connect with the Sunday Wire’s roving correspondent for culture & sport, Basil Valentine, for an alternative look at this week’s events across the globe. All this and much more. GET 'LUV'IN THE OLD NOR…
A system that scans animal rehabilitation center data could provide early alerts when a disease is spreading.