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Taquería El Califa de León Went From Local Favorite to World Famous

Taquería El Califa de León, in Mexico City, became the first Mexican taco stand to win a Michelin star. Since then, it has been deluged with customers and fame.

24/05/2024

Climate Change Is Taking a Toll on Mites and Springtails, a New Analysis Finds

Heat and drought are taking a toll on the tiny soil creatures that help to lock away planet-warming carbon, according to a new analysis.

24/05/2024

FDA Panel Endorses Safety of Guardant Blood Test for Colon Cancer

The Guardant Health Shield test, one committee member said, “is better than nothing for patients who are getting nothing, but it is not better than a colonoscopy.”

24/05/2024

A Test of Cloud-Brightening Machines Poses No Health Risk, Officials Say

After halting a test of controversial technology to fight global warming, the city of Alameda, Calif., said it had found no “measurable health risk” from the giant salty-mist-spraying fans.

24/05/2024

Some Wind Turbines in Iowa Crumpled by Tornadoes

The damage was unusual, experts say, because turbines are built to withstand extreme weather. Iowa is a wind powerhouse, with thousands of turbines.

22/05/2024

A Chicago 17-Year-Old Just Earned Her Doctorate. Now, She’ll Go to Prom.

Dorothy Jean Tillman II of Chicago made history as the youngest person to earn a doctoral degree in integrated behavioral health at Arizona State University.

22/05/2024

Setback Deals Blow to Neuralink’s First Brain Implant Patient, but He Stays Upbeat

Elon Musk’s first human experiment with a computerized brain device developed significant flaws, but the subject, who is paralyzed, has few regrets.

22/05/2024

A Dreamy Bean Dip in Under 30 Minutes

It was the word “frazzled,” I think, that set me off. It was all meant to be very simple. I was to write a recipe for a superquick dip, using pantry ingredients, ready in under 30 minutes. Delicious. Easy. No need to overthink. The only variable…

22/05/2024

A.I.’s Black Boxes Just Got a Little Less Mysterious

Researchers at the A.I. company Anthropic claim to have found clues about the inner workings of large language models, possibly helping to prevent their misuse and to curb their potential threats.

21/05/2024

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