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Science Magazine 8h
A variant of the natural ACE2 human receptor binds the virus’s spike protein and may serve as a powerful decoy to neutralize infection.
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Science Magazine 9h
High-resolution Cryo-EM imaging of the newly discovered -Cas9 base editor, ABE8e, captures the molecular dynamics with its DNA targets, which could inform precise genome editing applications. Read more in Science: ($)
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Science Magazine 12h
Yes, predators are at risk. But herbivores may face a greater threat to survival than other groups of mammals, reptiles, birds, says a new study of over 24,500 living and extinct species.
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Science Magazine 12h
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"With restrictions in place for , I...do not have as much access to my lab as I would under normal circumstances. How can I use this time most effectively to ensure that I can stay in academia long-term?" Submit your answer to :
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Science Magazine 15h
A new method that makes magnetic maps of the solar corona could be used to greatly enhance the understanding of conditions in this poorly studied region of the Sun. Read about it in Science: ($)
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Science Magazine 16h
A new approach using inexpensive, widely available tools, tested in a small group of people, could help evaluate the ability of different types of to block exhaled droplets that may carry virus particles. More in :
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Science Magazine 17h
By applying the renewal theory in to study the largest sample size to date, scientists estimate the mean incubation period of in initial cases leaving Wuhan was likely longer than suspected.
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On islands in and around the Caribbean, 173 species of anole lizards face an array of different environments, predators, and competitors, along with periodic storms. The result is a laboratory of evolution:
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Science Magazine 18h
Why poses a special risk during pregnancy, and how hair can split steel. 🎙Listen to what's on the latest Science Podcast:
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Science Magazine 19h
Targeting a receptor on clot-forming platelets could block the dangerous clumping of protein in blood vessels in the brains of patients with , suggests new work in .
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Science Magazine 20h
From the June issue of : this cable-suspended miniature lab "stalks" free-flying specimens, providing detailed data on insect flight. Designed by , : ($)
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Science Magazine 21h
The dampened course of in Africa might reveal innovative solutions in the fight against this pandemic, suggests a new :
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Science Translational Medicine Aug 6
Don't miss this week's new issue of Science Translational Medicine!
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Science Translational Medicine Aug 6
Scientists have created a rapid and affordable test for designed for use in developing regions, where patients face delayed diagnoses that worsen their outcomes. Read more from the , Im and Lee groups at .
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Science Magazine Aug 7
The most and least polluted U.S. neighborhoods in 1981 remained the most and least polluted more than 30 years later, according to new research in Science, revealing persistent socioeconomic disparities in access to clean air. ($)
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Science Magazine Aug 7
Scientists from , . and more have pinpointed the master conductor of T cell-independent responses in the that helps compose a diverse and healthy . New in :
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Science Magazine Aug 6
New research explores the influence of a particular gene on expansion of the primate cortex, giving scientists insight into the evolution of the human brain. Read more in a new : ($)
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Science Magazine Aug 6
The ongoing pandemic has forced nations worldwide to implement unprecedented social measures to stem the rapid spread of the virus. A new discusses how the economic fallout from these efforts puts global food security at risk.
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Science Magazine Aug 6
A new material with an unprecedented combination of properties may inform the search for next-generation computer materials. Learn more in :
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