Race is a categorization of humans based on shared physical or social qualities into groups generally viewed as distinct within a given society.

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The Race to Find What’s Making America’s Dogs Sick

The race to understand polar ice sheets

Race Cannot Be Used to Predict Heart Disease, Scientists Say

Should scientists include their race, gender, or other personal details in papers?

The race back to the moon is heating up, and in August India took the lead, becoming the first nation to land a spacecraft near the prized South Pole. Water ice in this area makes it a prime candidate for human presence — but India will soon have competition from China and several private companies.

The race of water droplets

Saving The Maugean Skate: A Race Against Time

The Race to Avert Quantum Computing Threat With New Encryption Standards

Inside the Race to Crush Paris’ Bedbug Crisis

Race to find world's oldest mammal fossils led to mud-slinging

Diabetes may accelerate blood cancer growth, yet survival outcomes differ by race

Building in zero gravity: the race to create factories in space

Landing Imminent After Billion-Mile Journey: The Race To Retrieve NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Treasure

Inside the Race to Stop a Deadly Viral Outbreak in India

The Race to Find the Farthest Galaxy Continues

Combustion powers bug-sized robots to leap, lift and race

A race against time: How science and technology are being used to delay aging

Why it's a big deal that India beat Russia in the new race to the moon

'Monstrous births' and the making of race in the nineteenth-century United States

India's Chandrayaan-3 landed on the south pole of the moon − a space policy expert explains what this means for India and the global race to the moon