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The Arecibo Observatory survived Hurricane Maria with only moderate damage -- but its future is still in jeopardy:
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In : thresholds of catastrophe in the Earth system
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The new issue of Science Signaling is out now!
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Join us on 9/28 for an AMA w/ the managing editor and two DEs from , the open-access journal in the family.
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Oceanographers are working to understand the intricate ecosystems of deep-sea vents: ($)
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Join AAAS and on 9/29 for a showcase highlighting the latest developments in and -
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Catch up with cosmic rays and words for colors in the latest episode of the Science Podcast:
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Science Magazine Sep 25
When given the option to donate money earned by taking a survey, 90% always chose to keep it:
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Science Magazine Sep 25
What types of entrepreneurial training are most effective for small business owners? Read the research:
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In this week's Working Life, the creators of share their journeys out of academia:
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In : a potential protein target to prevent lung adenocarcinoma from becoming invasive
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Could lessons from the pharmaceutical industry help protect the environment from pesticides?
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In : how the role of NFAT in innate immunity helps to ward off skin infections
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Entries for the & Science Prize for Regenerative Medicine & Cell Therapy are due October 1:
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This 300-million-year-old fossil is the oldest known case of scoliosis:
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In : a new combination therapy for preventing graft-vs-host disease
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News from Science Sep 22
Bats in Panama live on the edge of starvation -- so they can change the beating of their heart to survive:
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Protecting the world's coral reefs "requires action on an unprecedented scale": this week's Editorial
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In : exploring the diverse interests which helped motivate the Women's March on Washington
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Science Magazine Sep 21
Read the research exploring the origins of cosmic rays in our newest issue: ($)
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