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Scientists say they've cracked the mystery of why whales migrate—and it's all about healthy skin - Science Magazine
Scientists say they've cracked the mystery of why whales migrate—and it's all about healthy skin  Science Magazine

Nevada “STEAM in Space” fair adds arts emphasis to science and technology - Ames Tribune
Nevada “STEAM in Space” fair adds arts emphasis to science and technology  Ames Tribune

Top stories: Tracking the Himalayan wolf, trusting science, and finding our 'ghost' ancestors - Science Magazine
Top stories: Tracking the Himalayan wolf, trusting science, and finding our 'ghost' ancestors  Science Magazine

County science fair is a fun extension of classroom learning - Brazosport Facts
County science fair is a fun extension of classroom learning  Brazosport Facts

Coronavirus epidemic snarls science worldwide - Science Magazine
Coronavirus epidemic snarls science worldwide  Science Magazine

Prizes, glory await winners in Rome Science Fair - Rome Sentinel
Prizes, glory await winners in Rome Science Fair  Rome Sentinel

'The spark has ignited.' Latin American scientists intensify fight against sexual harassment - Science Magazine
'The spark has ignited.' Latin American scientists intensify fight against sexual harassment  Science Magazine

Vertebrate diapause preserves organisms long term through Polycomb complex members - Science Magazine
Vertebrate diapause preserves organisms long term through Polycomb complex members  Science Magazine

Do you trust science? These five factors play a big role - Science Magazine
Do you trust science? These five factors play a big role  Science Magazine

Can science cure a broken heart? - The Guardian
Can science cure a broken heart?  The Guardian

NIH hosts nonhuman primate workshop amidst increased scrutiny of monkey research - Science Magazine
NIH hosts nonhuman primate workshop amidst increased scrutiny of monkey research  Science Magazine

Public health scientists in the crosshairs - Science Magazine
Public health scientists in the crosshairs  Science Magazine

Teen Science Cafe teaches about robotics - KIIITV.com
Teen Science Cafe teaches about robotics  KIIITV.com

Science of reading changing how it is taught in Stark County - Massillon Independent
Science of reading changing how it is taught in Stark County  Massillon Independent

Science Sunday: science of refraction - WANE
Science Sunday: science of refraction  WANE

VIN’S PEOPLE: Science a snap for these Manatee fourth and fifth-graders - Sarasota Herald-Tribune
VIN’S PEOPLE: Science a snap for these Manatee fourth and fifth-graders  Sarasota Herald-Tribune

'The disruption is enormous.' Coronavirus epidemic snarls science worldwide - Science Magazine
'The disruption is enormous.' Coronavirus epidemic snarls science worldwide  Science Magazine

A&M School of Science brings math to life - KBTX
A&M School of Science brings math to life  KBTX

Scientists 'strongly condemn' rumors and conspiracy theories about origin of coronavirus outbreak - Science Magazine
Scientists 'strongly condemn' rumors and conspiracy theories about origin of coronavirus outbreak  Science Magazine

Trump's 2021 budget drowns science agencies in red ink, again - Science Magazine
Trump's 2021 budget drowns science agencies in red ink, again  Science Magazine

Toward a universal flu vaccine - Science Magazine
Toward a universal flu vaccine  Science Magazine

Old carbon reservoirs were not important in the deglacial methane budget - Science Magazine
Old carbon reservoirs were not important in the deglacial methane budget  Science Magazine

Working In Science Was A Brutal Education. That’s Why I Left. - BuzzFeed News
Working In Science Was A Brutal Education. That’s Why I Left.  BuzzFeed News

Science for You: About that water fluoridation debate … - Eureka Times-Standard
Science for You: About that water fluoridation debate …  Eureka Times-Standard

Neanderthal-Denisovan ancestors interbred with a distantly related hominin - Science Advances
Neanderthal-Denisovan ancestors interbred with a distantly related hominin  Science Advances

Scientists Have Created Bionic Jellyfish And Successfully Controlled Their Movements - ScienceAlert
Scientists Have Created Bionic Jellyfish And Successfully Controlled Their Movements  ScienceAlert

Biocatalytic synthesis of planar chiral macrocycles - Science Magazine
Biocatalytic synthesis of planar chiral macrocycles  Science Magazine

Science sparks discovery - Dominion Post - The Dominion Post
Science sparks discovery - Dominion Post  The Dominion Post

A scientist's guide to email etiquette - Science Magazine
A scientist's guide to email etiquette  Science Magazine

Scientists discover virus with no recognizable genes - Science Magazine
Scientists discover virus with no recognizable genes  Science Magazine

New Tech's STEM Fest continues to feed locals' hunger for science - Courier & Press
New Tech's STEM Fest continues to feed locals' hunger for science  Courier & Press

Structure of nucleosome-bound human BAF complex - Science Magazine
Structure of nucleosome-bound human BAF complex  Science Magazine

Biologist Schedules Program on People-Powered Science | Nebraska News - U.S. News & World Report
Biologist Schedules Program on People-Powered Science | Nebraska News  U.S. News & World Report

Bumble bees display cross-modal object recognition between visual and tactile senses - Science Magazine
Bumble bees display cross-modal object recognition between visual and tactile senses  Science Magazine

Teen vaping is bad. Nicotine makes it worse, says researcher - Science Magazine
Teen vaping is bad. Nicotine makes it worse, says researcher  Science Magazine

How to donate a piece of your brain to science—while you're still alive - Science Magazine
How to donate a piece of your brain to science—while you're still alive  Science Magazine

Old methane and modern climate change - Science Magazine
Old methane and modern climate change  Science Magazine

'Mad' Mike Hughes dies in rocket crash - Livescience.com
'Mad' Mike Hughes dies in rocket crash  Livescience.com

White House formally invites public comment on open-access policies - Science Magazine
White House formally invites public comment on open-access policies  Science Magazine

Wildfire researcher deported amid growing rift between Indonesian government and scientists - Science Magazine
Wildfire researcher deported amid growing rift between Indonesian government and scientists  Science Magazine

The Activist Group MeTooSTEM Is Facing Allegations Of Harassment Against Its Own Leader - BuzzFeed News
The Activist Group MeTooSTEM Is Facing Allegations Of Harassment Against Its Own Leader  BuzzFeed News

Key findings about Americans' confidence in science and their views on scientists' role in society - Pew Research Center
Key findings about Americans' confidence in science and their views on scientists' role in society  Pew Research Center

Two paths to intrinsic quantization - Science Magazine
Two paths to intrinsic quantization  Science Magazine

To tackle the new coronavirus, scientists are accelerating the vaccine process - Science News
To tackle the new coronavirus, scientists are accelerating the vaccine process  Science News

Device inspired by mangroves could help clear up flood water - The Guardian
Device inspired by mangroves could help clear up flood water  The Guardian

Scientists Have Discovered a Brand New Electronic State of Matter - ScienceAlert
Scientists Have Discovered a Brand New Electronic State of Matter  ScienceAlert

Cooling of a levitated nanoparticle to the motional quantum ground state - Science Magazine
Cooling of a levitated nanoparticle to the motional quantum ground state  Science Magazine

Scientists seek upper hand against COVID-19 with coronavirus genome - Los Angeles Times
Scientists seek upper hand against COVID-19 with coronavirus genome  Los Angeles Times

Local Colleges invite kids to Science Festival at Penn College - NorthcentralPa.com
Local Colleges invite kids to Science Festival at Penn College  NorthcentralPa.com

Climate change contributes to widespread declines among bumble bees across continents - Science Magazine
Climate change contributes to widespread declines among bumble bees across continents  Science Magazine

Europe plans to strictly regulate high-risk AI technology - Science Magazine
Europe plans to strictly regulate high-risk AI technology  Science Magazine

Science Hill turns back D-B for District 1-AAA boys championship - Johnson City Press (subscription)
Science Hill turns back D-B for District 1-AAA boys championship  Johnson City Press (subscription)

The heroines STEM: Ten women in science you should know - CNN
The heroines STEM: Ten women in science you should know  CNN

Brazil's pick of a creationist to lead its higher education agency rattles scientists - Science Magazine
Brazil's pick of a creationist to lead its higher education agency rattles scientists  Science Magazine

Scientist decries 'completely chaotic' conditions on cruise ship Japan quarantined after viral outbreak - Science Magazine
Scientist decries 'completely chaotic' conditions on cruise ship Japan quarantined after viral outbreak  Science Magazine

Test yourself with this quiz on science, history and geography - Komando
Test yourself with this quiz on science, history and geography  Komando

Syracuse Academy of Science girls race past Skaneateles in Class B playoffs - WSYR
Syracuse Academy of Science girls race past Skaneateles in Class B playoffs  WSYR

Promoting biosecurity by professionalizing biosecurity - Science Magazine
Promoting biosecurity by professionalizing biosecurity  Science Magazine

Scientists entangled quantum memories linked over long distances - Science News
Scientists entangled quantum memories linked over long distances  Science News

Mosquito heat seeking is driven by an ancestral cooling receptor - Science Magazine
Mosquito heat seeking is driven by an ancestral cooling receptor  Science Magazine

Electric bacteria create currents out of thin—and thick—air - Science Magazine
Electric bacteria create currents out of thin—and thick—air  Science Magazine

The science of how diseases spread - Popular Science
The science of how diseases spread  Popular Science

Discovering the limits of ecological resilience - Science Magazine
Discovering the limits of ecological resilience  Science Magazine

Molecular oxygen has been spotted beyond the Milky Way for the first time - Science News
Molecular oxygen has been spotted beyond the Milky Way for the first time  Science News

Tropical snake diversity collapses after widespread amphibian loss - Science Magazine
Tropical snake diversity collapses after widespread amphibian loss  Science Magazine

Scientists are racing to model the next moves of a coronavirus that's still hard to predict - Science Magazine
Scientists are racing to model the next moves of a coronavirus that's still hard to predict  Science Magazine

Researchers find a western-style diet can impair brain function - The Guardian
Researchers find a western-style diet can impair brain function  The Guardian

The cannabis boom could be good for science — and scientists - STAT
The cannabis boom could be good for science — and scientists  STAT

Back to basics: Local schools embrace the science of reading - The Daily Progress
Back to basics: Local schools embrace the science of reading  The Daily Progress

Resilience to trauma: Just a matter of control? - Science Magazine
Resilience to trauma: Just a matter of control?  Science Magazine

Microglia mediate forgetting via complement-dependent synaptic elimination - Science Magazine
Microglia mediate forgetting via complement-dependent synaptic elimination  Science Magazine

Is an Aboriginal tale of an ancient volcano the oldest story ever told? - Science Magazine
Is an Aboriginal tale of an ancient volcano the oldest story ever told?  Science Magazine

Etymology of the elements - Science Magazine
Etymology of the elements  Science Magazine

Engineered symbionts activate honey bee immunity and limit pathogens - Science Magazine
Engineered symbionts activate honey bee immunity and limit pathogens  Science Magazine

Update: 'A bit chaotic.' Christening of new coronavirus and its disease name create confusion - Science Magazine
Update: 'A bit chaotic.' Christening of new coronavirus and its disease name create confusion  Science Magazine

PM Modi lauds ISRO for boosting student's interest in science, space technology - India Today
PM Modi lauds ISRO for boosting student's interest in science, space technology  India Today

Cutting-edge CRISPR gene editing appears safe in three cancer patients - Science Magazine
Cutting-edge CRISPR gene editing appears safe in three cancer patients  Science Magazine

Turning human bodies into compost works, a small trial suggests - Science News
Turning human bodies into compost works, a small trial suggests  Science News

Scientists are moving at record speed to create new coronavirus vaccines—but they may come too late - Science Magazine
Scientists are moving at record speed to create new coronavirus vaccines—but they may come too late  Science Magazine

Scientists eye the Martian underground in search for alien life - Space.com
Scientists eye the Martian underground in search for alien life  Space.com

Scientists discover powerful antibiotic using AI - BBC News
Scientists discover powerful antibiotic using AI  BBC News

After Brexit, U.K. scientists face a long road to mend ties with Europe - Science Magazine
After Brexit, U.K. scientists face a long road to mend ties with Europe  Science Magazine

Lense–Thirring frame dragging induced by a fast-rotating white dwarf in a binary pulsar system - Science Magazine
Lense–Thirring frame dragging induced by a fast-rotating white dwarf in a binary pulsar system  Science Magazine

Origins and insights into the historic Judean date palm based on genetic analysis of germinated ancient seeds and morphometric studies - Science Advances
Origins and insights into the historic Judean date palm based on genetic analysis of germinated ancient seeds and morphometric studies  Science Advances

Cross-modal sensory transfer: Bumble bees do it - Science Magazine
Cross-modal sensory transfer: Bumble bees do it  Science Magazine

Could a habitable planet orbit a black hole? - Science Magazine
Could a habitable planet orbit a black hole?  Science Magazine

Doctors look to HIV and Ebola drugs for coronavirus cure - The Guardian
Doctors look to HIV and Ebola drugs for coronavirus cure  The Guardian

Offshore wind: An opportunity for cost-competitive decarbonization of China's energy economy - Science Advances
Offshore wind: An opportunity for cost-competitive decarbonization of China's energy economy  Science Advances

New coronavirus threat galvanizes scientists - Science Magazine
New coronavirus threat galvanizes scientists  Science Magazine

Scientists discover Neanderthal skeleton that hints at flower burial - The Guardian
Scientists discover Neanderthal skeleton that hints at flower burial  The Guardian

Low-power microelectronics embedded in live jellyfish enhance propulsion - Science Advances
Low-power microelectronics embedded in live jellyfish enhance propulsion  Science Advances

Another HIV vaccine strategy fails in large-scale study - Science Magazine
Another HIV vaccine strategy fails in large-scale study  Science Magazine

Great Barrier Reef could face 'most extensive coral bleaching ever', scientists say - The Guardian
Great Barrier Reef could face 'most extensive coral bleaching ever', scientists say  The Guardian

Scientists Have Held Individual Atoms for the Very First Time - Popular Mechanics
Scientists Have Held Individual Atoms for the Very First Time  Popular Mechanics

Why Do Killer Whales Migrate? To Keep Their Skin Healthy, Scientists Say - The Weather Channel
Why Do Killer Whales Migrate? To Keep Their Skin Healthy, Scientists Say  The Weather Channel

Scientists Find a Wild Salamander That Hasn't Moved From Its Spot For 7 Years - ScienceAlert
Scientists Find a Wild Salamander That Hasn't Moved From Its Spot For 7 Years  ScienceAlert

Quick retraction of coronavirus paper was good moment for science - STAT
Quick retraction of coronavirus paper was good moment for science  STAT

Birds learn from watching TV, eye-catching science images and levitating blood - physicsworld.com
Birds learn from watching TV, eye-catching science images and levitating blood  physicsworld.com

Scientists unravel mystery of photosynthesis - Science Daily
Scientists unravel mystery of photosynthesis  Science Daily

Think all BPA-free products are safe? Not so fast, scientists warn - Science Daily
Think all BPA-free products are safe? Not so fast, scientists warn  Science Daily