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Jesuit astronomer traces stellar history through galactic halos

When he's not working for heaven, this priest studies the heavens.

You can volunteer to work on a Middle-Eastern archaeological dig this summer

The Biblical Archaeology Society is helping volunteers connect with the dig that best suits their interests.

Scientists capture the first photo of a black hole

“We have seen what we thought was unseeable,” said Sheperd Doeleman, director of the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration. 

The 8-year-old girl who’s claimed an award from the Institute of Nuclear Sciences

The young Mexican embodies the very best of our youth today.

Scientists call for global moratorium on “designer babies”

Technology that could "enhance" certain human traits such as intelligence or height "could have permanent and possibly harmful effects on the species," said the group.

New research reveals the effects of faith on the brain

Faith brings psychological and physical advantages, according to scientific studies.

Science shows daily hugs can heal moodiness

Being hugged at some point in the day prevents our good mood from completely disappearing.

Scottish doctors are prescribing nature walks as supplemental treatment

The body can benefit from time in a natural environment.

Amid antibiotic failures, scientists search for answers in ancient remedies

The ancient druids of Ireland may have held the key to ridding the world of antibiotic-resistant pathogens.

Always running late? That can be a good thing

Tardy people may have benefits that punctual people do not -- but is that the only thing that matters?

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