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Title Date published
Where private research funders stow their cash and studying gun deaths in children 2018-12-06
The universe’s star formation history and a powerful new helper for evolution 2018-11-29
Exploding the Cambrian and building a DNA database for forensics 2018-11-22
The worst year ever and the effects of fasting 2018-11-15
A big increase in monkey research and an overhaul for the metric system 2018-11-08
How the appendix could hold the keys to Parkinson’s disease, and materials scientists mimic nature 2018-11-01
Children sue the U.S. government over climate change, and how mice inherit their gut microbes 2018-10-25
Mutant cells in the esophagus, and protecting farmers from dangerous pesticide exposure 2018-10-18
What we can learn from a cluster of people with an inherited intellectual disability, and questioning how sustainable green lawns are in dry places 2018-10-11
Odd new particles may be tunneling through the planet, and how the flu operates differently in big and small towns 2018-10-04
The future of PCB-laden orca whales, and doing genomics work with Indigenous people 2018-09-27
Metaresearchers take on meta-analyses, and hoary old myths about science 2018-09-20
The youngest sex chromosomes on the block, and how to test a Zika vaccine without Zika cases 2018-09-13
Should we prioritize which endangered species to save, and why were chemists baffled by soot for so long? 2018-09-06
<i>Science</i> and <i>Nature</i> get their social science studies replicated—or not, the mechanisms behind human-induced earthquakes, and the taboo of claiming causality in science 2018-08-30
Sending flocks of tiny satellites out past Earth orbit and solving the irrigation efficiency paradox 2018-08-23
Ancient volcanic eruptions, and peer pressure—from robots 2018-08-16
Doubts about the drought that kicked off our latest geological age, and a faceoff between stink bugs with samurai wasps 2018-08-09
How our brains may have evolved for language, and clues to what makes us leaders—or followers 2018-08-02
Liquid water on Mars, athletic performance in transgender women, and the lost colony of Roanoke 2018-07-26

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