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1. How a Remote Indigenous Community Fought the Pandemic Health ‧ Ajay Saini
2. Electric School Buses Reduce Pollution, But New Infrastructure Deal Slashed Funding Environment ‧ Arianna Skibell, E&E News
3. COVID, Quickly, Episode 12: Masking Up Again and Why People Refuse Shots Health ‧ Tanya Lewis, Josh Fischman, Maddie Bender
4. The 'Hydrogen Olympics' Lit a Torch for the Clean Fuel's Future Environment ‧ Tess Joosse
5. Why Do Variants Such as Delta Become Dominant? Health ‧ Sara Reardon
6. Act on Climate Emergency Now to Prevent Millions of Deaths, Study Shows Environment ‧ Andrea Thompson
7. Infrastructure Deal Whittles Down Climate Spending Environment ‧ Adam Aton, E&E News
8. The Question Medical AI Can't Answer Technology ‧ Jason H. Moore
9. The Human Framework for Alien Life From the Editor ‧ Andrea Gawrylewski
10. Harvard's Avi Loeb Thinks We Should Study UFOs--and He's Not Wrong Space & Physics ‧ Seth Shostak
11. Entire Buildings Can Be Wrapped in Jackets to Save Energy Environment ‧ Willem Marx
12. Why So Many Young People Hate STEM Courses Behavior ‧ Rhea Wanchoo
13. Red States Seek to Block Biden Update to Key Climate Metric Environment ‧ Maxine Joselow, E&E News
14. China's Space Station Is Preparing to Host 1,000 Science Experiments Space & Physics ‧ Smriti Mallapaty, Nature magazine
15. Caffeine Boosts Bees' Focus and Helps Them Learn Biology ‧ Tess Joosse
16. AI Creates False Documents That Fake Out Hackers Advances ‧ Sophie Bushwick
17. The Olympics without Fans Is Harming Athletes' Performance Mind & Brain ‧ Maddie Bender
18. Enlist the Ocean in Combatting Climate Change, Experts and Advocates Argue Environment ‧ Sara Schonhardt, E&E News
19. The Crucial Vaccine Benefit We're Not Talking about Enough Health ‧ Daniel P. Oran, Eric Topol
20. A Few Days on Antibiotics Are Often as Good as Weeks, Research Shows The Science of Health ‧ Claudia Wallis
21. Avi Loeb's Galileo Project Will Search for Evidence of Alien Visitation Space & Physics ‧ Adam Mann
22. Learning to Live in Steven Weinberg's Pointless Universe Space & Physics ‧ Dan Falk
23. How Olympic Tracking Systems Capture Athletic Performances Technology ‧ Eleanor Cummins
24. This Formula Calculates How Many Calories You Burn If You're Doing Absolutely Nothing Health ‧ Florian Freistetter
25. Clouds May Speed Up Global Warming Environment ‧ Chelsea Harvey, E&E News
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2021-07-31 How a Remote Indigenous Community Fought the Pandemic Health ‧ Ajay Saini
2021-07-31 Electric School Buses Reduce Pollution, But New Infrastructure Deal Slashed Funding Environment ‧ Arianna Skibell, E&E News
2021-07-31 COVID, Quickly, Episode 12: Masking Up Again and Why People Refuse Shots Health ‧ Tanya Lewis, Josh Fischman, Maddie Bender
2021-07-31 The 'Hydrogen Olympics' Lit a Torch for the Clean Fuel's Future Environment ‧ Tess Joosse
2021-07-30 Why Do Variants Such as Delta Become Dominant? Health ‧ Sara Reardon
2021-07-30 Why Do Variants Like Delta Become Dominant? Health ‧ Sara Reardon
2021-07-30 Act on Climate Emergency Now to Prevent Millions of Deaths, Study Shows Environment ‧ Andrea Thompson
2021-07-30 Infrastructure Deal Whittles Down Climate Spending Environment ‧ Adam Aton, E&E News
2021-07-29 The Question Medical AI Can't Answer Technology ‧ Jason H. Moore
2021-07-29 The Human Framework for Alien Life From the Editor ‧ Andrea Gawrylewski
2021-07-29 Harvard's Avi Loeb Thinks We Should Study UFOs--and He's Not Wrong Space & Physics ‧ Seth Shostak
2021-07-29 Entire Buildings Can Be Wrapped in Jackets to Save Energy Environment ‧ Willem Marx
2021-07-29 Engineers Wrap Entire Buildings in Jackets That Save Energy Environment ‧ Willem Marx
2021-07-29 Why So Many Young People Hate STEM Courses Behavior ‧ Rhea Wanchoo
2021-07-29 Red States Seek to Block Biden Update to Key Climate Metric Environment ‧ Maxine Joselow, E&E News
2021-07-29 China's Space Station Is Preparing to Host 1,000 Science Experiments Space & Physics ‧ Smriti Mallapaty, Nature magazine
2021-07-28 Caffeine Boosts Bees' Focus and Helps Them Learn Biology ‧ Tess Joosse
2021-07-28 The Olympics without Fans Is Harming Athletes' Performance Mind & Brain ‧ Maddie Bender
2021-07-28 AI Creates False Documents That Fake Out Hackers Advances ‧ Sophie Bushwick
2021-07-28 The Olympics without Fans Is Harming Athletes' Performance Mind ‧ Maddie Bender
2021-07-28 The Crucial Vaccine Benefit We're Not Talking about Enough Health ‧ Daniel P. Oran, Eric Topol
2021-07-28 Enlist the Ocean in Combatting Climate Change, Experts and Advocates Argue Environment ‧ Sara Schonhardt, E&E News
2021-07-28 The Crucial Vaccine Benefit We're Not Talking about Enough Health ‧ Daniel P. Oran, Eric Topol
2021-07-28 A Few Days on Antibiotics Are Often as Good as Weeks, Research Shows The Science of Health ‧ Claudia Wallis
2021-07-27 Avi Loeb's Galileo Project Will Search for Evidence of Alien Visitation Space & Physics ‧ Adam Mann
2021-07-27 Learning to Live in Steven Weinberg's Pointless Universe Space & Physics ‧ Dan Falk
2021-07-27 How Olympic Tracking Systems Capture Athletic Performances Technology ‧ Eleanor Cummins
2021-07-27 This Formula Calculates How Many Calories You Burn If You're Doing Absolutely Nothing Health ‧ Florian Freistetter
2021-07-27 Clouds May Speed Up Global Warming Environment ‧ Chelsea Harvey, E&E News
2021-07-27 Wild Pigs Release as Much Carbon Emissions as 1 Million Cars Environment ‧ Christopher J. O'Bryan, Eve McDonald-Madden, Jim Hone, Matthew H. Holden, Nicholas R Patton, The Conversation US
2021-07-27 NASA Investigates Renaming James Webb Space Telescope after Anti-LGBT+ Claims Policy ‧ Alexandra Witze, Nature magazine
2021-07-27 Immune Cells Suggest New Alzheimer's Treatment Possibilities Features ‧ Jason Ulrich, David M. Holtzman
2021-07-27 Announcing a New Plan for Solving the Mystery of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Space & Physics ‧ Avi Loeb
2021-07-26 Fauci on COVID Drugs, Vaccines and Getting Back to Normal Health ‧ Charles Schmidt
2021-07-26 How the Delta Variant Spreads So Quickly Health ‧ Sara Reardon, Nature magazine
2021-07-26 Fauci on COVID Drugs, Vaccines and Getting Back to Normal Health ‧ Charles Schmidt
2021-07-25 Why an Asteroid Strike Is Like a Pandemic Space & Physics ‧ Casey Dreier
2021-07-24 Quantum Mechanics, Plato's Cave and the Blind Piranha Cognition ‧ John Horgan
2021-07-24 Heat Wave Death Toll Will Rise With Thorough Count Environment ‧ Thomas Frank, E&E News
2021-07-23 'Advanced' Nuclear Reactors? Don't Hold Your Breath Environment ‧ Elliott Negin
2021-07-23 How the Delta Variant Spreads So Quickly Health ‧ Sara Reardon, Nature magazine
2021-07-23 Soft Robot Hand Is First to Be Fully 3-D-Printed in a Single Step Tech ‧ Sophie Bushwick
2021-07-23 InSight Lander Makes Best-Yet Maps of Martian Depths The Sciences ‧ Jonathan O'Callaghan
2021-07-23 The Kavli Prize Presents: Understanding Touch [Sponsored] Health ‧ Scientific American Custom Media
2021-07-23 What to Expect from the Next Major Global Climate Report Sustainability ‧ Sara Schonhardt, E&E News
2021-07-23 Wildfire Smoke Drives People Indoors, Raising COVID Risk Health ‧ Aaron Bolton, Kaiser Health News
2021-07-22 For Good Science, You Need Engaged Citizens The Sciences ‧ Gregory E. Kaebnick, Michael K. Gusmano
2021-07-22 Why Extreme Heat Is So Deadly Health ‧ Tanya Lewis
2021-07-22 Weed Shouldn't Be Banned for Elite Athletes, Some Experts Say Health ‧ Diana Kwon
2021-07-22 Should Children Get COVID Vaccines? What the Science Says Health ‧ Heidi Ledford, Nature magazine
2021-07-22 Trans and Queer People in India Should Demand Better Health Care Health ‧ Sayantan Datta
2021-07-22 Western Drought Has Lasted Longer Than the Dust Bowl Sustainability ‧ Thomas Frank, E&E News
2021-07-22 Australia's Criticisms of Proposal to List Great Barrier Reef as 'in Danger' Don't Stack Up Sustainability ‧ Terry Hughes, Jon C. Day, Ove Hoegh-Guldberg
2021-07-21 China Launches World's Largest Carbon Market: But Is It Ambitious Enough? Sustainability ‧ Bianca Nogrady, Nature magazine
2021-07-21 These Dinosaurs Had a Complicated Air Conditioner in Their Skull The Sciences ‧ Aaron Martin
2021-07-21 Moths Have an Acoustic Invisibility Cloak to Stay under Bats' Radar The Sciences ‧ Karen Hopkin
2021-07-21 Massive Machines Are Bringing Giant Exoplanets Down to Earth The Sciences ‧ Adam Frank
2021-07-21 At Least Two Million Children Have Lost a Parent or Grandparent Caregiver to COVID Health ‧ Juliette Unwin, Seth Flaxman
2021-07-21 Hardy Microbes Hint at Possibilities for Extraterrestrial Life The Sciences ‧ Brianne Palmer
2021-07-21 Cities Pledge More Green Space to Combat Urban Heat Sustainability ‧ Daniel Cusick, E&E News
2021-07-21 My Stupid Elbow and the Crisis in Health Care Health ‧ John Horgan
2021-07-20 Jeff Bezos Launches into Space on Blue Origin's First Astronaut Flight The Sciences ‧ Mike Wall, SPACE.com
2021-07-20 Behold the 'Borg': Massive DNA Structures Perplex Scientists The Sciences ‧ Amber Dance, Nature magazine
2021-07-20 Play Is Serious Business for Elephants Features ‧ Caitlin O'Connell
2021-07-20 Animal Play Is Delightfully Meaningful From the Editor ‧ Laura Helmuth
2021-07-20 People with COVID Often Infect Their Pets Health ‧ Frank Schubert
2021-07-20 Today's Wildfires Are Taking Us into Uncharted Territory Sustainability ‧ Rebecca Dzombak
2021-07-20 Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin Are Finally Flying to Space The Sciences ‧ Mike Wall, SPACE.com
2021-07-20 Space Has Better Internet Than Antarctica, but That Might Change Sustainability ‧ Chelsea Harvey, E&E News
2021-07-19 The Idea That Trees Talk to Cooperate Is Misleading The Sciences ‧ Kathryn Flinn
2021-07-19 Concrete Buildings Could Be Turned into Rechargeable Batteries Tech ‧ Sophie Bushwick
2021-07-19 How to Raise Kids Who Don't Grow Up to Be Jerks (or Worse) Mind ‧ Clara Moskowitz
2021-07-18 To Save Bats and Their Habitats, We Must Protect the Land Rights of Indigenous People Sustainability ‧ Natalia Mesa
2021-07-17 How Designer DNA Is Changing Medicine Health ‧ Carolyn Barber
2021-07-17 Poem: 'Lesson from the West African Lungfish (Protopterus annectens)' Meter ‧ Christina Olson
2021-07-17 Thawing Permafrost Is Artificially Chilled to Stabilize Alaska Oil Pipeline Sustainability ‧ David Hasemyer, Inside Climate News
2021-07-17 Drought Threatens to Close California Hydropower Plant for First Time Sustainability ‧ Anne C. Mulkern, E&E News
2021-07-17 National Park Nature Walks, Episode 9: Inside a Migratory Bird Sanctuary Sustainability ‧ Jacob Job
2021-07-16 Dancing with Robots Behavior & Society ‧ Catie Cuan
2021-07-16 National Park Nature Walks, Episode 9: Inside a Migratory Bird's Sanctuary Sustainability ‧ Jacob Job
2021-07-16 New Approach Could Boost the Search for Life in Otherworldly Oceans The Sciences ‧ Natalie Elliot
2021-07-16 Pacific Northwest Heat Wave Killed More Than One Billion Sea Creatures Sustainability ‧ Valerie Yurk, E&E News
2021-07-16 Spiders on Tiny Treadmills Give Scientists the Side-Eye The Sciences ‧ Maddie Bender
2021-07-15 Kids Get 'Long COVID,' Too Health ‧ Dyani Lewis, Nature magazine
2021-07-15 New Brain Implant Transmits Full Words from Neural Signals Mind ‧ Emily Willingham
2021-07-15 The Problem with Pain Scores Health ‧ Daniel Barron
2021-07-15 China Is Pulling Ahead in Global Quantum Race, New Studies Suggest The Sciences ‧ Daniel Garisto
2021-07-15 There Are Few Good COVID Antivirals, but That Could Be Changing Health ‧ Charles Schmidt
2021-07-15 'Inflammation Clock' Can Reveal Body's Biological Age Health ‧ Max Kozlov, Nature magazine
2021-07-15 Cities 'Game' Federal Program Meant to Reduce Flood Risk Sustainability ‧ Thomas Frank, E&E News
2021-07-14 New Space Radiation Limits Needed for NASA Astronauts, Report Says The Sciences ‧ Ramin Skibba
2021-07-14 Is Your Office Safe from COVID? What to Know Now That Your Boss Wants You Back Health ‧ Christie Aschwanden
2021-07-14 We Must Protect Our Public Health Agencies from Political Interference Health ‧ Janice Phillips
2021-07-14 Is Your Office Safe from COVID? What to Know Now That Your Boss Wants You Back Health ‧ Christie Aschwanden
2021-07-14 What You Know about Trump's Assault on Science Was Just the Tip of the Iceberg The Sciences ‧ Dana Gold, Lauren Kurtz
2021-07-13 E.U. Set to Unveil First-Ever Carbon Border Tax Sustainability ‧ Sara Schonhardt, E&E News
2021-07-13 The Case for Antiracism From the Editor ‧ Andrea Gawrylewski
2021-07-13 The Neuroscience of Taking Turns in a Conversation Mind ‧ Melissa J. Coleman, Eric Fortune
2021-07-13 COVID Risks at the Tokyo Olympics Aren't Being Managed, Experts Say Health ‧ Maddie Bender
2021-07-13 Star Trek’s Warp Drive Leads to New Physics RickJWagner

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