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Election 2020: The Stakes for Science - Scientific American
Election 2020: The Stakes for Science  Scientific American

Science's annual Ph.D. dance contest will go on, with new COVID-19 category - Science Magazine
Science's annual Ph.D. dance contest will go on, with new COVID-19 category  Science Magazine

The Science of Nerdiness - Scientific American
The Science of Nerdiness  Scientific American

Pair of studies confirm there is water on the moon - The Washington Post
Pair of studies confirm there is water on the moon  The Washington Post

A virtual lament for grad school - Science Magazine
A virtual lament for grad school  Science Magazine

Covid-19 expert Akiko Iwasaki fights a different virus: sexism in science - STAT
Covid-19 expert Akiko Iwasaki fights a different virus: sexism in science  STAT

You may have a new organ lurking in the middle of your head - Science Magazine
You may have a new organ lurking in the middle of your head  Science Magazine

Why bird brains are more brilliant than anyone suspected - Science Magazine
Why bird brains are more brilliant than anyone suspected  Science Magazine

Set ambitious goals for biodiversity and sustainability - Science
Set ambitious goals for biodiversity and sustainability  Science

Science journal editors shouldn't contribute to politicizing science - STAT
Science journal editors shouldn't contribute to politicizing science  STAT

How to be happy, according to science - CNET
How to be happy, according to science  CNET

One in five Australian scientists planning to leave the profession, survey shows - The Guardian
One in five Australian scientists planning to leave the profession, survey shows  The Guardian

Coronavirus diaries: a new year for science - Nature.com
Coronavirus diaries: a new year for science  Nature.com

NATO promotes collaboration among future leaders in science - NATO HQ
NATO promotes collaboration among future leaders in science  NATO HQ

The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread - Science Magazine
The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread  Science Magazine

‘This is not a Miss America contest’: Sexism in science, research is challenged - The Washington Post
‘This is not a Miss America contest’: Sexism in science, research is challenged  The Washington Post

Polyethylene upcycling to long-chain alkylaromatics by tandem hydrogenolysis/aromatization - Science Magazine
Polyethylene upcycling to long-chain alkylaromatics by tandem hydrogenolysis/aromatization  Science Magazine

Frisco 14-year-old wins national award, earns respect of science community - WFAA.com
Frisco 14-year-old wins national award, earns respect of science community  WFAA.com

CRISPR pioneer: "Science is on the ballot" in 2020 - Axios
CRISPR pioneer: "Science is on the ballot" in 2020  Axios

Metasurface-driven OLED displays beyond 10000 pixels per inch - Science Magazine
Metasurface-driven OLED displays beyond 10000 pixels per inch  Science Magazine

As STAT turns 5, a look back at science and medicine's biggest headlines - STAT
As STAT turns 5, a look back at science and medicine's biggest headlines  STAT

Cryo–electron microscopy breaks the atomic resolution barrier at last - Science Magazine
Cryo–electron microscopy breaks the atomic resolution barrier at last  Science Magazine

Science and Scientists Held in High Esteem Across Global Publics - Pew Research Center
Science and Scientists Held in High Esteem Across Global Publics  Pew Research Center

Why bat scientists are socially distancing from their subjects - Science News
Why bat scientists are socially distancing from their subjects  Science News

NSW virologist sets a global example of the role of good science - Sydney Morning Herald
NSW virologist sets a global example of the role of good science  Sydney Morning Herald

New test detects coronavirus in just 5 minutes - Science Magazine
New test detects coronavirus in just 5 minutes  Science Magazine

CRISPR, the revolutionary genetic 'scissors,' honored by Chemistry Nobel - Science Magazine
CRISPR, the revolutionary genetic 'scissors,' honored by Chemistry Nobel  Science Magazine

Could certain COVID-19 vaccines leave people more vulnerable to the AIDS virus? - Science Magazine
Could certain COVID-19 vaccines leave people more vulnerable to the AIDS virus?  Science Magazine

Japan's new prime minister picks fight with Science Council - Science Magazine
Japan's new prime minister picks fight with Science Council  Science Magazine

This Week in Science - Science Magazine
This Week in Science  Science Magazine

Science, politics, and public health - Science Magazine
Science, politics, and public health  Science Magazine

Scientists Reveal What May Be the Largest Flying Bird Ever - Smithsonian Magazine
Scientists Reveal What May Be the Largest Flying Bird Ever  Smithsonian Magazine

Airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 - Science Magazine
Airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2  Science Magazine

COVID-19 recovery funds dwarf clean energy investment needs - Science
COVID-19 recovery funds dwarf clean energy investment needs  Science

U.S. cities struggling to meet lofty climate goals - Science Magazine
U.S. cities struggling to meet lofty climate goals  Science Magazine

Journey into a black hole: part 1 – podcast - The Guardian
Journey into a black hole: part 1 – podcast  The Guardian

Found: genes that sway the course of the coronavirus - Science Magazine
Found: genes that sway the course of the coronavirus  Science Magazine

This year’s SN 10 scientists aim to solve some of science’s biggest challenges - Science News
This year’s SN 10 scientists aim to solve some of science’s biggest challenges  Science News

New species of water bear uses fluorescent 'shield' to survive lethal UV radiation - Science Magazine
New species of water bear uses fluorescent 'shield' to survive lethal UV radiation  Science Magazine

'Very disappointed.' Trump's science adviser has left U.S. researchers wanting more - Science Magazine
'Very disappointed.' Trump's science adviser has left U.S. researchers wanting more  Science Magazine

Can scientists take the STING out of common respiratory viruses? - Science Daily
Can scientists take the STING out of common respiratory viruses?  Science Daily

Photos: Murder hornets will haunt your nightmares - Live Science
Photos: Murder hornets will haunt your nightmares  Live Science

The inside story of how Trump's COVID-19 coordinator undermined the world's top health agency - Science Magazine
The inside story of how Trump's COVID-19 coordinator undermined the world's top health agency  Science Magazine

The Milky Way's quiet, introverted monster won't spin - Live Science
The Milky Way's quiet, introverted monster won't spin  Live Science

'It's been so, so surreal.' Critics of Sweden's lax pandemic policies face fierce backlash - Science Magazine
'It's been so, so surreal.' Critics of Sweden's lax pandemic policies face fierce backlash  Science Magazine

Calm down about political 'mischief' around COVID-19 vaccines, scientists say - Science Magazine
Calm down about political 'mischief' around COVID-19 vaccines, scientists say  Science Magazine

You can't squish this 'iron' beetle. Now, scientists know why. - Live Science
You can't squish this 'iron' beetle. Now, scientists know why.  Live Science

Physics Nobel honors discoveries about black holes - Science Magazine
Physics Nobel honors discoveries about black holes  Science Magazine

How Does Science Really Work? - The New Yorker
How Does Science Really Work?  The New Yorker

Yes, Science Is Political - Scientific American
Yes, Science Is Political  Scientific American

How Trump damaged science — and why it could take decades to recover - Nature.com
How Trump damaged science — and why it could take decades to recover  Nature.com

Scientists clock the fastest interval of time in 'zeptoseconds' - NBC News
Scientists clock the fastest interval of time in 'zeptoseconds'  NBC News

Update: Here's what is known about Trump's COVID-19 treatment - Science Magazine
Update: Here's what is known about Trump's COVID-19 treatment  Science Magazine

NASA to Announce New Science Results About Moon - NASA
NASA to Announce New Science Results About Moon  NASA

'Provocative results' boost hopes of antibody treatment for COVID-19 - Science Magazine
'Provocative results' boost hopes of antibody treatment for COVID-19  Science Magazine

DePaul University to offer Master of Science in Management to University Center at Harper College - Harper College News
DePaul University to offer Master of Science in Management to University Center at Harper College  Harper College News

Medicine Nobel honors three scientists for discoveries on hepatitis C virus - Science Magazine
Medicine Nobel honors three scientists for discoveries on hepatitis C virus  Science Magazine

Scientists working on next-gen nanocars - Phys.org
Scientists working on next-gen nanocars  Phys.org

Can You Really Overdose on Black Licorice? Here's The Science on The Hidden Dangers - ScienceAlert
Can You Really Overdose on Black Licorice? Here's The Science on The Hidden Dangers  ScienceAlert

HPU Welcomes New Faculty in the Sciences - High Point University
HPU Welcomes New Faculty in the Sciences  High Point University

Do camels really have water in their humps? - Live Science
Do camels really have water in their humps?  Live Science

Why Science Labs Love Older Scientists - Next Avenue
Why Science Labs Love Older Scientists  Next Avenue

Harvard students and alumnae mentor girls in science - Harvard Gazette
Harvard students and alumnae mentor girls in science  Harvard Gazette

Remdesivir and interferon fall flat in WHO's megastudy of COVID-19 treatments - Science Magazine
Remdesivir and interferon fall flat in WHO's megastudy of COVID-19 treatments  Science Magazine

'Lost' tectonic plate called Resurrection hidden under the Pacific - Live Science
'Lost' tectonic plate called Resurrection hidden under the Pacific  Live Science

'There's only one chance to do this right'—FDA panel wrestles with COVID-19 vaccine issues - Science Magazine
'There's only one chance to do this right'—FDA panel wrestles with COVID-19 vaccine issues  Science Magazine

Scientists make digital breakthrough in chemistry that could revolutionize the drug industry - CNBC
Scientists make digital breakthrough in chemistry that could revolutionize the drug industry  CNBC

Europe is building a 'digital twin' of Earth to revolutionize climate forecasts - Science Magazine
Europe is building a 'digital twin' of Earth to revolutionize climate forecasts  Science Magazine

Hudson PEP teacher brings ghosts to class with spooky science experiments - Longview News-Journal
Hudson PEP teacher brings ghosts to class with spooky science experiments  Longview News-Journal

Tired of science being ignored? Get political - Nature.com
Tired of science being ignored? Get political  Nature.com

Scientists call for serious study of 'unidentified aerial phenomena' - Space.com
Scientists call for serious study of 'unidentified aerial phenomena'  Space.com

Scientists use gene therapy and a novel light-sensing protein to restore vision in mice - National Institutes of Health
Scientists use gene therapy and a novel light-sensing protein to restore vision in mice  National Institutes of Health

Caris Life Sciences Raises $310 Million in Growth Capital from a Broad Syndicate of Leading Investors - PRNewswire
Caris Life Sciences Raises $310 Million in Growth Capital from a Broad Syndicate of Leading Investors  PRNewswire

“Phylogenomics, Biodiversity and Medicinal Plants” at Next Clarkson University Science Cafe - Clarkson University News
“Phylogenomics, Biodiversity and Medicinal Plants” at Next Clarkson University Science Cafe  Clarkson University News

Western Cormorants Face 'Collapse' Under a Government Plan, Scientists Warn - National Audubon Society
Western Cormorants Face 'Collapse' Under a Government Plan, Scientists Warn  National Audubon Society

Glimpse the gold mine where scientists are searching for dark matter - Popular Science
Glimpse the gold mine where scientists are searching for dark matter  Popular Science

Rare, 2-headed snake discovered by Florida house cat - Live Science
Rare, 2-headed snake discovered by Florida house cat  Live Science

Face masks: what the data say - Nature.com
Face masks: what the data say  Nature.com

Electric shocks to the tongue can quiet chronic ringing ears - Science Magazine
Electric shocks to the tongue can quiet chronic ringing ears  Science Magazine

UNSW researchers honoured at NSW Premier's Prizes for Science and Engineering - UNSW Newsroom
UNSW researchers honoured at NSW Premier's Prizes for Science and Engineering  UNSW Newsroom

Scientists strongly back Joe Biden for US president in Nature poll - Nature.com
Scientists strongly back Joe Biden for US president in Nature poll  Nature.com

What a Joe Biden presidency would mean for five key science issues - Nature.com
What a Joe Biden presidency would mean for five key science issues  Nature.com

Scientists Discover the First Room-Temperature Superconductor - WIRED
Scientists Discover the First Room-Temperature Superconductor  WIRED

Achieve Life Sciences to Host Smoking Cessation Key Opinion Leader Virtual Roundtable on November 17th, 2020 - PRNewswire
Achieve Life Sciences to Host Smoking Cessation Key Opinion Leader Virtual Roundtable on November 17th, 2020  PRNewswire

Perfecting the Taste of Tennessee Whiskey Through Science - Agweb Powered by Farm Journal
Perfecting the Taste of Tennessee Whiskey Through Science  Agweb Powered by Farm Journal

TAE Life Sciences and CNAO (National Center of Oncological Hadrontherapy) Announce a Research and Clinical Collaboration for the Implementation of a New Facility with Boron Neutron Capture Therapy System in Italy - Argus Press
TAE Life Sciences and CNAO (National Center of Oncological Hadrontherapy) Announce a Research and Clinical Collaboration for the Implementation of a New Facility with Boron Neutron Capture Therapy System in Italy  Argus Press

Can we trust Chinese Covid-19 science? - The Guardian
Can we trust Chinese Covid-19 science?  The Guardian

Spooky Science: At home experiments for the kids this Halloween - WITN
Spooky Science: At home experiments for the kids this Halloween  WITN

Witch-repellent graffiti discovered in ruins of medieval UK church - Live Science
Witch-repellent graffiti discovered in ruins of medieval UK church  Live Science

You've Heard of Vantablack. Scientists Just Created 'Super White', And It's Very Cool - ScienceAlert
You've Heard of Vantablack. Scientists Just Created 'Super White', And It's Very Cool  ScienceAlert

Covid: Why bats are not to blame, say scientists - BBC News
Covid: Why bats are not to blame, say scientists  BBC News

While Her Father Rails Against ‘Idiot’ Scientists, Ivanka Trump Talks Ice Cream - The New York Times
While Her Father Rails Against ‘Idiot’ Scientists, Ivanka Trump Talks Ice Cream  The New York Times

'Starman' just zipped past Mars in his rapidly-decaying Tesla Roadster - Live Science
'Starman' just zipped past Mars in his rapidly-decaying Tesla Roadster  Live Science

These free programs can help teens seeking to quit vaping - Science News for Students
These free programs can help teens seeking to quit vaping  Science News for Students

A Viral Theory Cited by Health Officials Draws Fire From Scientists - The New York Times
A Viral Theory Cited by Health Officials Draws Fire From Scientists  The New York Times

How malaria parasites hide from the human immune system - Science News
How malaria parasites hide from the human immune system  Science News

Scientists study whether immune response wards off or worsens Covid - The Guardian
Scientists study whether immune response wards off or worsens Covid  The Guardian

Scientists Estimate 366 Right Whales Remain On Earth - Maine Public
Scientists Estimate 366 Right Whales Remain On Earth  Maine Public

Schoolchildren Seem Unlikely to Fuel Coronavirus Surges, Scientists Say - The New York Times
Schoolchildren Seem Unlikely to Fuel Coronavirus Surges, Scientists Say  The New York Times

Exact Sciences Announces Entry into Agreements to Sell $869 Million of Common Stock in Registered Direct Offering - PRNewswire
Exact Sciences Announces Entry into Agreements to Sell $869 Million of Common Stock in Registered Direct Offering  PRNewswire