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Title Date published
Fossilized dinosaur proteins, and making a fridge from rubber bands 2019-10-10
An app for eye disease, and planting memories in songbirds 2019-10-03
Privacy concerns slow Facebook studies, and how human fertility depends on chromosome counts 2019-09-26
Cooling Earth with asteroid dust, and 3 billion missing birds 2019-09-19
Studying human health at 5100 meters, and playing hide and seek with rats 2019-09-12
Searching for a lost Maya city, and measuring the information density of language 2019-09-05
Where our microbiome came from, and how our farming and hunting ancestors transformed the world 2019-08-29
Promising approaches in suicide prevention, and how to retreat from climate change 2019-08-22
One million ways to sex a chicken egg, and how plastic finds its way to Arctic ice 2019-08-15
Next-generation cellphone signals could interfere with weather forecasts, and monitoring smoke from wildfires to model nuclear winter 2019-08-08
Earthquakes caused by too much water extraction, and a dog cancer that has lived for millennia 2019-08-01
Breeding better bees, and training artificial intelligence on emotional imagery 2019-07-25
Can we inherit trauma from our ancestors, and the secret to dark liquid dances 2019-07-18
The point of pointing, and using seabirds to track ocean health 2019-07-11
Converting carbon dioxide into gasoline, and ‘autofocal’ glasses with lenses that change shape on the fly 2019-07-04
Creating chimeras for organ transplants and how bats switch between their eyes and ears on the wing 2019-06-27
The why of puppy dog eyes, and measuring honesty on a global scale 2019-06-20
Better hurricane forecasts and spotting salts on Jupiter’s moon Europa 2019-06-13
The limits on human endurance, and a new type of LED 2019-06-06
Grad schools dropping the GRE requirement and AIs play capture the flag 2019-05-30

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