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On the 'doorstep of doom': Doomsday Clock stands at 100 seconds to midnight

The hypothetical timepiece known as the Doomsday Clock stands at 100 seconds to midnight — the time that was set in 2020, marking humanity's lack of progress in making the world safer from global threats.

Monster black hole spotted 'giving birth' to stars

Black holes have been seen doing this before, but never in a galaxy so small.

Spellbinding new 'selfie' video captures penguin feasting on giant sardine ball

A spellbinding new video captures a Gentoo penguin's point of view as it feasts on a giant ball of sardines alongside diving albatross and cormorants.

COVID-19 may trigger diabetes by causing fat cells to go haywire

The coronavirus may cause fat cells to malfunction.

55-sided, 555-carat 'Enigma' black diamond (potentially from space) goes on sale

The black diamond known as the "Enigma" will soon be sold at auction, but experts are unsure about the origins of the stunning gem.

Centuries-old 'impossible' math problem cracked using the strange physics of Schrödinger's cat

The mathematics problem is a bit like Sudoku on steroids.

40 quintillion stellar-mass black holes are lurking in the universe, new study finds

The researchers hope to use the estimate to figure out the mystery of how supermassive black holes came to be.

Double pig kidney transplant successfully performed in brain-dead patient

The experiment was intended to assess the safety of such transplants, prior to them being tested in clinical trials.

Parasitic worm forces tarantulas to tiptoe, then starves them to death

Scientists discovered a new type of parasitic worm that only infects the mouths of tarantula spiders.

What is normal blood sugar?

Blood sugar, or glucose, is an important source of energy and provides nutrients to your body's organs, muscles and nervous system.

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