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1. New treatments for deadly snake bites, and a fusion company that wants to get in the medical isotopes game Science Magazine
2. How rat poison endangers wildlife, and using sound to track animal populations Science Magazine
3. What’s new in the world of synthetic blood, and how a bacterium evolves into a killer Science Magazine
4. Targeting crop pests with RNA, the legacy of temporary streams, and the future of money Science Magazine
5. How dogs’ health reflects our own, and what ancient DNA can reveal about human sacrifice Science Magazine
6. Putting mysterious cellular structures to use, and when brown fat started to warm us up Science Magazine
7. Restoring sight to blind kids, making babies without a womb, and challenging the benefits of clinical trials Science Magazine
8. Stepping on snakes for science, and crows that count out loud Science Magazine
9. How the immune system can cause psychosis, and tool use in otters Science Magazine
10. A very volcanic moon, and better protections for human study subjects Science Magazine
11. Improving earthquake risk maps, and the world’s oldest ice Science Magazine
12. The science of loneliness, making one of organic chemistry’s oldest reactions safer, and a new book series Science Magazine
13. Ritual murders in the neolithic, why 2023 was so hot, and virus and bacteria battle in the gut Science Magazine
14. Trialing treatments for Long Covid, and a new organelle appears on the scene Science Magazine
15. Teaching robots to smile, and the effects of a rare mandolin on a scientist’s career Science Magazine
16. Hope in the fight against deadly prion diseases, and side effects of organic agriculture Science Magazine
17. Why babies forget, and how fear lingers in the brain Science Magazine
18. A dive into the genetic history of India, and the role of vitamin A in skin repair Science Magazine
19. The sci-fi future of medical robots is here, and dehydrating the stratosphere to stave off climate change Science Magazine
20. What makes snakes so special, and how space science can serve all Science Magazine
21. What makes blueberries blue, and myth buster Adam Savage on science communication Science Magazine
22. A new kind of magnetism, and how smelly pollution harms pollinators Science Magazine
23. A new way for the heart and brain to ‘talk’ to each other, and Earth’s future weather written in ancient coral reefs Science Magazine
24. A hangover-fighting enzyme, the failure of a promising snakebite treatment, and how ants change lion behavior Science Magazine
25. Paper mills bribe editors to pass peer review, and detecting tumors with a blood draw Science Magazine
26. The environmental toll of war in Ukraine, and communications between mom and fetus during childbirth Science Magazine
27. The top online news from 2023, and using cough sounds to diagnose disease Science Magazine
28. The hunt for a quantum phantom, and making bitcoin legal tender Science Magazine
29. Science’s Breakthrough of the Year, and tracing poached pangolins Science Magazine
30. Farm animals show their smarts, and how honeyguide birds lead humans to hives Science Magazine
31. Basic geoengineering, and autonomous construction robots Science Magazine
32. Exascale supercomputers amp up science, finally growing dolomite in the lab, and origins of patriarchy Science Magazine
33. AI improves weather prediction, and cutting emissions from landfills Science Magazine
34. The state of Russian science, and improving implantable bioelectronics Science Magazine
35. Turning anemones into coral, and the future of psychiatric drugs Science Magazine
36. Making corn shorter, and a book on finding India’s women in science Science Magazine
37. The consequences of the world's largest dam removal, and building a quantum computer using sound waves Science Magazine
38. Mysterious objects beyond Neptune, and how wildfire pollution behaves indoors Science Magazine
39. How long can ancient DNA survive, and how much stuff do we need to escape poverty? Science Magazine
40. Visiting utopias, fighting heat death, and making mysterious ‘dark earth’ Science Magazine
41. Reducing cartel violence in Mexico, and what to read and see this fall Science Magazine
42. Why cats love tuna, and powering robots with tiny explosions Science Magazine
43. Extreme ocean currents from a volcano, and why it’s taking so long to wire green energy into the U.S. grid Science Magazine
44. Reducing calculus trauma, and teaching AI to smell Science Magazine
45. The source of solar wind, hackers and salt halt research, and a book on how institutions decide gender Science Magazine
46. What killed off North American megafauna, and making languages less complicated Science Magazine
47. Why some trees find one another repulsive, and why we don’t know how much our hands weigh Science Magazine
48. Tracing the genetic history of African Americans using ancient DNA, and ethical questions at a famously weird medical museum Science Magazine
49. Researchers collaborate with a social media giant, ancient livestock, and sex and gender in South Africa Science Magazine
50. Adding thousands of languages to the AI lexicon, and the genes behind our bones Science Magazine
51. The AI special issue, adding empathy to robots, and scientists leaving Arecibo Science Magazine
52. Putting the man-hunter and woman-gatherer myth to the sword, and the electron's dipole moment gets closer to zero Science Magazine
53. Putting organs into the deep freeze, a scavenger hunt for robots, and a book on race and reproduction Science Magazine
54. A space-based telescope to hunt dark energy, and what we can learn from scaleless snakes Science Magazine
55. Why it’s tough to measure light pollution, and a mental health first aid course Science Magazine
56. Contraception for cats, and taking solvents out of chemistry Science Magazine
57. How we measure the world with our bodies, and hunting critical minerals Science Magazine
58. Talking tongues, detecting beer, and shifting perspectives on females Science Magazine
59. The earliest evidence for kissing, and engineering crops to clone themselves Science Magazine
60. Debating when death begins, and the fate of abandoned lands Science Magazine
61. Building big dream machines, and self-organizing landscapes Science Magazine
62. The value of new voices in science and journalism, and what makes something memorable Science Magazine
63. Mapping uncharted undersea volcanoes, and elephant seals dive deep to sleep Science Magazine
64. More precise radiocarbon dating, secrets of hibernating bear blood, and a new book series Science Magazine
65. Why not vaccinate chickens against avian flu, and new form of reproduction found in yellow crazy ants Science Magazine
66. How the Maya thought about the ancient ruins in their midst, and the science of Braille Science Magazine
67. New worries about Earth’s asteroid risk, and harnessing plants’ chemical factories Science Magazine
68. An active volcano on Venus, and a concerning rise in early onset colon cancer Science Magazine
69. Compassion fatigue in those who care for lab animals, and straightening out ocean conveyor belts Science Magazine
70. Battling bias in medicine, and how dolphins use vocal fry Science Magazine
71. Shrinking MRI machines, and the smell of tsetse fly love Science Magazine
72. Earth’s hidden hydrogen, and a trip to Uranus Science Magazine
73. Using sharks to study ocean oxygen, and what ancient minerals teach us about early Earth Science Magazine
74. Visiting a mummy factory, and improving the IQ of … toilets Science Magazine
75. Wolves hunting otters, and chemical weathering in a warming world Science Magazine
76. Bad stats overturn ‘medical murders,’ and linking allergies with climate change Science Magazine
77. Peering beyond the haze of alien worlds, and how failures help us make new discoveries Science Magazine
78. A controversial dam in the Amazon unites Indigenous people and scientists, and transplanting mitochondria to treat rare diseases Science Magazine
79. Year in review 2022: Best of online news, and podcast highlights Science Magazine
80. Breakthrough of the Year, and the best in science books Science Magazine
81. The state of science in Ukraine, and a conversation with Anthony Fauci Science Magazine
82. A genetic history of Europe’s Jews, and measuring magma under a supervolcano Science Magazine
83. Artificial intelligence takes on Diplomacy, and how much water do we really need? Science Magazine
84. Mammoth ivory trade may be bad for elephants, and making green electronics with fungus Science Magazine
85. Kurt Vonnegut’s contribution to science, and tunas and sharks as ecosystem indicators Science Magazine
86. Cities as biodiversity havens, and gene therapy for epilepsy Science Magazine
87. Space-based solar power gets serious, AI helps optimize chemistry, and a book on food extinction Science Magazine
88. Snakes living the high-altitude life, and sending computing power to the edges of the internet Science Magazine
89. Climate change threatens supercomputing, and collecting spider silks Science Magazine
90. Linking violence in Myanmar to fossil amber research, and waking up bacterial spores Science Magazine
91. Giving a lagoon personhood, measuring methane flaring, and a book about eating high on the hog Science Magazine
92. Can wolves form close bonds with humans, and termites degrade wood faster as the world warms Science Magazine
93. Testing planetary defenses against asteroids, and building a giant ‘water machine’ Science Magazine
94. Why the fight against malaria has stalled in southern Africa, and how to look for signs of life on Mars Science Magazine
95. Using free-floating DNA to find soldiers’ remains, and how people contribute to indoor air chemistry Science Magazine
96. Chasing Arctic cyclones, brain coordination in REM sleep, and a book on seafood in the information age Science Magazine
97. Monitoring a nearby star’s midlife crisis, and the energetic cost of chewing Science Magazine
98. Cougars caught killing donkeys in Death Valley, and decoding the nose Science Magazine
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2024-07-19 New treatments for deadly snake bites, and a fusion company that wants to get in the medical isotopes game Science Magazine
2024-07-12 How rat poison endangers wildlife, and using sound to track animal populations Science Magazine
2024-07-05 What’s new in the world of synthetic blood, and how a bacterium evolves into a killer Science Magazine
2024-06-28 Targeting crop pests with RNA, the legacy of temporary streams, and the future of money Science Magazine
2024-06-14 How dogs’ health reflects our own, and what ancient DNA can reveal about human sacrifice Science Magazine
2024-06-07 Putting mysterious cellular structures to use, and when brown fat started to warm us up Science Magazine
2024-05-31 Restoring sight to blind kids, making babies without a womb, and challenging the benefits of clinical trials Science Magazine
2024-05-24 Stepping on snakes for science, and crows that count out loud Science Magazine
2024-05-17 How the immune system can cause psychosis, and tool use in otters Science Magazine
2024-05-10 A very volcanic moon, and better protections for human study subjects Science Magazine
2024-05-03 Improving earthquake risk maps, and the world’s oldest ice Science Magazine
2024-04-26 The science of loneliness, making one of organic chemistry’s oldest reactions safer, and a new book series Science Magazine
2024-04-19 Ritual murders in the neolithic, why 2023 was so hot, and virus and bacteria battle in the gut Science Magazine
2024-04-12 Trialing treatments for Long Covid, and a new organelle appears on the scene Science Magazine
2024-03-29 Teaching robots to smile, and the effects of a rare mandolin on a scientist’s career Science Magazine
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2019-05-31 Grad schools dropping the GRE requirement and AIs play capture the flag Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-24 New targets for the world’s biggest atom smasher and wood designed to cool buildings Science
2019-05-17 Nonstick chemicals that stick around and detecting ear infections with smartphones Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Probing the secrets of the feline mind and how Uber and Lyft may be making traffic worse Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The age-old quest for the color blue and why pollution is not killing the killifish Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Race and disease risk and Berlin’s singing nightingales Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 How dental plaque reveals the history of dairy farming, and how our neighbors view food waste Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 A new species of ancient human and real-time evolutionary changes in flowering plants Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 A radioactive waste standoff and science’s debt to the slave trade Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Mysterious racehorse injuries, and reforming the U.S. bail system Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Vacuuming potato-size nodules of valuable metals in the deep sea, and an expedition to an asteroid 290 million kilometers away Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Mysterious fast radio bursts and long-lasting effects of childhood cancer treatments Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Clues that the medieval plague swept into sub-Saharan Africa and evidence humans hunted and butchered giant ground sloths 12,000 years ago Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Measuring earthquake damage with cellphone sensors and determining the height of the ancient Tibetan Plateau Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Spotting slavery from space, and using iPads for communication disorders Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 How far out we can predict the weather, and an ocean robot that monitors food webs Science
2019-05-17 Possible potato improvements, and a pill that gives you a jab in the gut Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Treating the microbiome, and a gene that induces sleep Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Pollution from pot plants, and how our bodies perceive processed foods Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Peering inside giant planets, and fighting Ebola in the face of fake news Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 A mysterious blue pigment in the teeth of a medieval woman, and the evolution of online master’s degrees Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Will a radical open-access proposal catch on, and quantifying the most deadly period of the Holocaust Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 End of the year podcast: 2018’s breakthroughs, breakdowns, and top online stories Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 ‘The Tragedy of the Commons’ turns 50, and how Neanderthal DNA could change your skull Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Where private research funders stow their cash and studying gun deaths in children Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The universe’s star formation history and a powerful new helper for evolution Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Exploding the Cambrian and building a DNA database for forensics Science
2019-05-17 The worst year ever and the effects of fasting Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 A big increase in monkey research and an overhaul for the metric system Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 How the appendix could hold the keys to Parkinson’s disease, and materials scientists mimic nature Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Children sue the U.S. government over climate change, and how mice inherit their gut microbes Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Mutant cells in the esophagus, and protecting farmers from dangerous pesticide exposure Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 What we can learn from a cluster of people with an inherited intellectual disability, and questioning how sustainable green lawns are in dry places Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Odd new particles may be tunneling through the planet, and how the flu operates differently in big and small towns Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The future of PCB-laden orca whales, and doing genomics work with Indigenous people Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Metaresearchers take on meta-analyses, and hoary old myths about science Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The youngest sex chromosomes on the block, and how to test a Zika vaccine without Zika cases Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Should we prioritize which endangered species to save, and why were chemists baffled by soot for so long? Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Science and Nature get their social science studies replicated—or not, the mechanisms behind human-induced earthquakes, and the taboo of claiming causality in science Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Sending flocks of tiny satellites out past Earth orbit and solving the irrigation efficiency paradox Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Ancient volcanic eruptions, and peer pressure—from robots Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Doubts about the drought that kicked off our latest geological age, and a faceoff between stink bugs with samurai wasps Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 How our brains may have evolved for language, and clues to what makes us leaders—or followers Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Liquid water on Mars, athletic performance in transgender women, and the lost colony of Roanoke Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Why the platypus gave up suckling, and how gravity waves clear clouds Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The South Pole’s IceCube detector catches a ghostly particle from deep space, and how rice knows to grow when submerged Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 A polio outbreak threatens global eradication plans, and what happened to America’s first dogs Science
2019-05-17 Increasing transparency in animal research to sway public opinion, and a reaching a plateau in human mortality Science
2019-05-17 New evidence in Cuba’s ‘sonic attacks,’ and finding an extinct gibbon—in a royal Chinese tomb Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The places where HIV shows no sign of ending, and the parts of the human brain that are bigger—in bigger brains Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Science books for summer, and a blood test for predicting preterm birth Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The first midsize black holes, and the environmental impact of global food production Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Sketching suspects with DNA, and using light to find Zika-infected mosquitoes Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Tracking ancient Rome’s rise using Greenland’s ice, and fighting fungicide resistance Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Ancient DNA is helping find the first horse tamers, and a single gene is spawning a fierce debate in salmon conservation Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The twins climbing Mount Everest for science, and the fractal nature of human bone Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Deciphering talking drums, and squeezing more juice out of solar panels Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Drug use in the ancient world, and what will happen to plants as carbon dioxide levels increase Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 How DNA is revealing Latin America’s lost histories, and how to make a molecule from just two atoms Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Legendary Viking crystals, and how to put an octopus to sleep Science
2019-05-17 Chimpanzee retirement gains momentum, and x-ray ‘ghost images’ could cut radiation doses Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 A possible cause for severe morning sickness, and linking mouse moms’ caretaking to brain changes in baby mice Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 How humans survived an ancient volcanic winter and how disgust shapes ecosystems Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Animals that don’t need people to be domesticated; the astonishing spread of false news; and links between gender, sexual orientation, and speech Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 A new dark matter signal from the early universe, massive family trees, and how we might respond to alien contact Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Neandertals that made art, live news from the AAAS Annual Meeting, and the emotional experience of being a scientist Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Genes that turn off after death, and debunking the sugar conspiracy Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Happy lab animals may make better research subjects, and understanding the chemistry of the indoor environment Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Following 1000 people for decades to learn about the interplay of health, environment, and temperament, and investigating why naked mole rats don’t seem to age Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The dangers of dismantling a geoengineered sun shield and the importance of genes we don’t inherit Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Unearthed letters reveal changes in Fields Medal awards, and predicting crime with computers is no easy feat Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Salad-eating sharks, and what happens after quantum computing achieves quantum supremacy Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Who visits raccoon latrines, and boosting cancer therapy with gut microbes Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Science’s Breakthrough of the Year, our best online news, and science books for your shopping list Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Putting the breaks on driverless cars, and dolphins that can muffle their ears Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Folding DNA into teddy bears and getting creative about gun violence research Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Debunking yeti DNA, and the incredibly strong arms of prehistoric female farmers Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 The world’s first dog pictures, and looking at the planet from a quantum perspective Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Preventing psychosis and the evolution—or not—of written language Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Randomizing the news for science, transplanting genetically engineered skin, and the ethics of experimental brain implants Science
2019-05-17 How Earth’s rotation could predict giant quakes, gene therapy’s new hope, and how carbon monoxide helps deep-diving seals Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Building conscious machines, tracing asteroid origins, and how the world’s oldest forests grew Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 LIGO spots merging neutron stars, scholarly questions about a new Bible museum, and why wolves are better team players than dogs Scientific Community ‧ Science
2019-05-17 Evolution of skin color, taming rice thrice, and peering into baby brains Scientific Community ‧ Science

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