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  1. A look at Long Covid, and why researchers and police shouldn’t use the same DNA kits 2022/06/16
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  2. Saving the Spix’s macaw, and protecting the energy grid2022/06/09
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  3. The historic Maya’s sophisticated stargazing knowledge, and whether there is a cost to natural cloning2022/06/02
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  4. Saying farewell to Insight, connecting the microbiome and the brain, and a book on agriculture in Africa2022/05/26
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  5. Seeing the Milky Way’s central black hole, and calling dolphins by their names2022/05/19
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  6. Fixing fat bubbles for vaccines, and preventing pain from turning chronic2022/05/12
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  7. Staking out the start of the Anthropocene, and why sunscreen is bad for coral 2022/05/05
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  8. Using quantum tools to track dark matter, why rabies remains, and a book series on science and food 2022/04/28
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  9. Protecting birds from brightly lit buildings, and controlling robots from orbit2022/04/21
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  10. Desert ‘skins’ drying up, and one of the oldest Maya calendars2022/04/14
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  11. A surprisingly weighty fundamental particle, and surveying the seas for RNA viruses 2022/04/07
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  12. Probing Earth’s mysterious inner core, and the most complete human genome to date2022/03/31
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  13. Scientists become targets on social media, and battling space weather2022/03/24
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  14. The challenges of testing medicines during pregnancy, and when not paying attention makes sense2022/03/17
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  15. Monitoring wastewater for SARS-CoV-2, and looking back at the biggest questions about the pandemic2022/03/10
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  16. A global treaty on plastic pollution, and a dearth of Black physicists2022/03/03
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  17. Securing nuclear waste for 100,000 years, and the link between math literacy and life satisfaction 2022/02/24
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  18. COVID-19’s long-term impact on the heart, and calculating the survival rate of human artifacts 2022/02/17
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  19. Merging supermassive black holes, and communicating science in the age of social media2022/02/10
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  20. Building a green city in a biodiversity hot spot, and live monitoring vehicle emissions 2022/02/03
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  21. Fecal transplants in pill form, and gut bacteria that nourish hibernating squirrels2022/01/27
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  22. A window into live brains, and what saliva tells babies about human relationships2022/01/20
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  23. Cloning for conservation, and divining dynamos on super-Earths 2022/01/13
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  24. Setting up a permafrost observatory, and regulating transmissible vaccines2022/01/06
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  25. Top online stories, the state of marijuana research, and Afrofuturism 2021/12/23
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  26. The Breakthrough of the year show, and the best of science books 2021/12/16
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  27. Tapping fiber optic cables for science, and what really happens when oil meets water2021/12/09
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  28. The ethics of small COVID-19 trials, and visiting an erupting volcano2021/12/02
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  29. Why trees are making extra nuts this year, human genetics and viral infections, and a seminal book on racism and identity 2021/11/25
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  30. Wildfires could threaten ozone layer, and vaccinating against tick bites2021/11/18
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  31. The long road to launching the James Webb Space Telescope, and genes for a longer life span 2021/11/11
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  32. The folate debate, and rewriting the radiocarbon curve2021/11/04
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  33. Sleeping without a brain, tracking alien invasions, and algorithms of oppression 2021/10/28
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  34. Soil science goes deep, and making moldable wood 2021/10/20
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  35. The ripple effects of mass incarceration, and how much is a dog’s nose really worth?2021/10/14
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  36. Swarms of satellites could crowd out the stars, and the evolution of hepatitis B over 10 millennia2021/10/07
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  37. Whole-genome screening for newborns, and the importance of active learning for STEM2021/09/30
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  38. Earliest human footprints in North America, dating violins with tree rings, and the social life of DNA2021/09/23
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  39. Potty training cows, and sardines swimming into an ecological trap2021/09/16
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  40. Legions of lunar landers, and why we make robots that look like people2021/09/09
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  41. Pinpointing the origins of SARS-CoV-2, and making vortex beams of atoms 2021/09/02
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  42. New insights into endometriosis, predicting RNA folding, and the surprising career of the spirometer2021/08/26
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  43. Building a martian analog on Earth, and moral outrage on social media2021/08/19
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  44. A risky clinical trial design, and attacks on machine learning2021/08/12
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  45. A freeze on prion research, and watching cement dry 2021/08/05
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  46. Debating healthy obesity, delaying type 1 diabetes, and visiting bone rooms 2021/07/29
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  47. Blood tests for Alzheimer’s disease, and what earthquakes on Mars reveal about the Red Planet’s core2021/07/22
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  48. Science after COVID-19, and a landslide that became a flood2021/07/15
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  49. Scientists’ role in the opioid crisis, 3D-printed candy proteins, and summer books2021/07/08
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  50. Preserving plastic art, and a gold standard for measuring extreme pressure 2021/07/01
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  51. Does Botox combat depression, the fruit fly sex drive, and a series on race and science2021/06/24
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  52. Keeping ads out of dreams, and calculating the cost of climate displacement 2021/06/17
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  53. Finding consciousness outside the brain, and using DNA to reunite families 2021/06/10
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  54. Cicada citizen science, and expanding the genetic code2021/06/03
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  55. Cracking consciousness, and taking the temperature of urban heat islands 2021/05/27
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  56. Ecstasy plus therapy for PTSD, and the effects of early childhood development programs on mothers2021/05/20
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  57. Cutting shipping air pollution may cause water pollution, and keeping air clean with lightning2021/05/13
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  58. Chernobyl’s ruins grow restless, and entangling macroscopic objects2021/05/06
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  59. Storing wind as gravity, and well-digging donkeys2021/04/29
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  60. Rebuilding Louisiana’s coast, and recycling plastic into fuel2021/04/22
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  61. Why muon magnetism matters, and a count of all the Tyrannosaurus rex that ever lived2021/04/15
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  62. Magnetar mysteries, and when humans got big brains 2021/04/08
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  63. Fighting outbreaks with museum collections, and making mice hallucinate2021/04/01
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  64. Social insects as models for aging, and crew conflict on long space missions2021/03/25
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  65. COVID-19 treatment at 1 year, and smarter materials for smarter cities2021/03/18
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  66. Next-generation gravitational wave detectors, and sponges that soak up frigid oil spills2021/03/11
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  67. The world’s oldest pet cemetery, and how eyeless worms can see color 2021/03/04
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  68. Measuring Earth’s surface like never before, and the world’s fastest random number generator2021/02/25
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  69. All your COVID-19 vaccine questions answered, and a new theory on forming rocky planets2021/02/18
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  70. Building Africa’s Great Green Wall, and using whale songs as seismic probess2021/02/11
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  71. Looking back at 20 years of human genome sequencing 2021/02/04
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  72. Calculating the social cost of carbon, and listening to mole-rat chirps 2021/01/28
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  73. Counting research rodents, a possible cause for irritable bowel syndrome, and spitting cobras2021/01/21
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  74. An elegy for Arecibo, and how our environments may change our behavior2021/01/14
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  75. The uncertain future of North America’s ash trees, and organizing robot swarms2021/01/07
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  76. Areas to watch in 2021, and the living microbes in wildfire smoke2020/12/31
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  77. Breakthrough of the Year, top online news, and science book highlights 2020/12/17
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  78. Making ecology studies replicable, and a turnaround for the Tasmanian devil 2020/12/10
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  79. How the new COVID-19 vaccines work, and restoring vision with brain implants2020/12/03
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  80. Keeping coronavirus from spreading in schools, why leaves fall when they do, and a book on how nature deals with crisis2020/11/26
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  81. Fish farming’s future, and how microbes compete for space on our face2020/11/19
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  82. How the human body handles extreme heat, and improvements in cooling clothes 2020/11/12
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  83. What we can learn from a mass of black hole mergers, and ecological insights from 30 years of Arctic animal movements 2020/11/05
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  84. Taking the politicians out of tough policy decisions; the late, great works of Charles Turner; and the science of cooking2020/10/29
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  85. Early approval of a COVID-19 vaccine could cause ethical problems for other vax candidates, and ‘upcycling’ plastic bags 2020/10/22
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  86. Making sure American Indian COVID-19 cases are counted, and feeding a hungry heart2020/10/15
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  87. Visiting a once-watery asteroid, and how buzzing the tongue can treat tinnitus2020/10/08
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  88. FDA clinical trial protection failures, and an AI that can beat curling’s top players2020/10/01
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  89. How Neanderthals got human Y chromosomes, and the earliest human footprints in Arabia2020/09/24
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  90. Performing magic for animals, and why the pandemic is pushing people out of prisons2020/09/17
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  91. Alien hunters get a funding boost, and checking on the link between chromosome ‘caps’ and aging2020/09/10
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  92. Fighting Europe’s second wave of COVID-19, and making democracy work for poor people 2020/09/03
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  93. Arctic sea ice under attack, and ancient records that can predict the future effects of climate change 2020/08/27
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  94. Wildlife behavior during a global lockdown, and electric mud microbes2020/08/20
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  95. A call for quick coronavirus testing, and building bonds with sports2020/08/13
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  96. Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy, and how hair can split steel2020/08/06
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  97. Fighting COVID-19 vaccine fears, tracking the pandemic’s origin, and a new technique for peering under paint2020/07/30
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  98. How Hiroshima survivors helped form radiation safety rules, and a path to stop plastic pollution2020/07/23
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  99. Reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, and taking the heat out of crude oil separation2020/07/16
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  100. A fast moving megatrial for coronavirus treatments, and transferring the benefits of exercise by transferring blood2020/07/09
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