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All Stories by Lillian Steenblik Hwang
Even older rocks and minerals continue fueling debates over Earth’s crust, plate tectonics and even when life arose.
Health & Medicine
Scientists are still learning about the risks and benefits of taking aspirin at each stage of pregnancy.
Science & Society
In 1971, reports of unidentified flying objects were on the decline. Fifty years later, sightings have spiked thanks in part to pandemic lockdowns.
In 1969, bulletproof armor used boron carbide fibers. Fifty years later, bulletproof armor is drastically lighter and made from myriad materials.