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Learn more about the emergence of writing systems in the newest episode of the Science Podcast:
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In : a new method for tracking how genetic changes affect cancer development and treatment resistance
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News from Science Nov 17
Boston University has concluded that geologist David Marchant engaged in sexual harassment while working at an Antarctic field camp:
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Science Immunology Nov 17
Tumors take advantage of naïve T cells, depleting their stock & overall against , says study
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Science Magazine Nov 17
A new study forecasts how specific areas of melting ice could affect rising sea levels near a given city:
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News from Science Nov 17
Scientists want your help tracking mosquitoes—and all you need is a cellphone:
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Science Magazine Nov 17
Young investigators in cancer research are encouraged to apply for the 2018 Martin and Rose Wachtel Cancer Research Award. Learn more:
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Science Magazine Nov 17
Scientists: what are your New Year's resolutions for your field? Share your thoughts in our newest :
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News from Science Nov 17
These may be the world’s first images of dogs—and they’re wearing leashes:
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Science Magazine Nov 17
Natural selection shaped the rise and fall of passenger pigeon genomic diversity. Read the research:
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Science Magazine Nov 16
In : a new potential therapeutic target could improve mouse models of T cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia
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Science Magazine Nov 16
What power grids can teach us about cascading failures -- and how to curtail them: ($)
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Science Magazine Nov 16
Building better plastics, understanding why power grids fail, and what passenger pigeons tell us about contemporary extinctions in our new issue:
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Science Magazine Nov 16
Ph.D.s pursue a variety of careers after graduating. A new classification system attempts to reflect that:
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News from Science Nov 16
"It’s the closest thing you’re going to get to a YouTube video." Engravings in Saudi Arabia appear to depict humans and dogs hunting together -- more than 8,000 years ago:
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Science Magazine Nov 15
How are fly brains inspiring better search algorithms? Read the research: ($)
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Science Magazine Nov 15
A new book explores humanity's future "Living with Robots":
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News from Science Nov 15
Ross 128 b, an exoplanet found just 11 light-years away, could be in a friendly location for alien life:
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Science Magazine Nov 15
Recent research is uncovering the connections between olfaction, metabolism, and aging: ($)
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Science Magazine Nov 14
How are temperature changes affecting Bermuda's coral reefs? Read the research in :
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