All Stories by Science News Staff

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    These are the most-read Science News stories of 2019

    From carbon nanotubes to vitamin D, Science News online readers had a wide variety of favorite stories on our website.

  2. Science & Society

    Top 10 stories of 2019: A black hole picture, measles outbreaks, climate protests and more

    Science News' top stories for 2019 include the first picture of a black hole, a quantum computing milestone and CRISPR's first U.S. clinical trials.

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    Science & Society

    Here are Science News’ favorite science books of 2019

    Books about multiple universes, Apollo 11, animal emotions and the origins of popular foods made the list.

  4. Readers question quantum mechanics and more

    Readers had questions about quantum computer and black holes.

  5. Readers question carbon nanotube transistors and brain organoids

    Readers had questions about carbon nantoube transistors and brain organoids.

  6. Readers ponder differences in polio vaccines and more

    Readers had questions about polio vaccines and more.

  7. SN 10 illustration
    Science & Society

    This year’s SN 10 enjoy the journey, not just the discovery

    Meet 10 young researchers who combine persistence and passion to make headway on science’s big questions.

  8. Readers question killer macros and spinning wheels

    Readers had questions about theoretical dark matter particles and textile archaeology.

  9. Readers contemplate climate change and neural connections

    Readers had questions about neurons and carbon-absorbing algal blooms.

  10. Readers ask about aging perceptions, coral reefs and more

    Readers had questions about aging perceptions, coral reefs, praying mantis vision and more.

  11. Readers marvel over moon mementos and more

    Readers had questions about items left on the moon during the Apollo missions and more.

  12. Readers respond to Lyme disease, fossil teeth and a Tesseract look-alike

    Readers had questions and comments on Lyme disease prevention, speciation, and a mysterious uranium cube.