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Learn about antifungal resistance, pollution in ancient Rome, and more in our new Science Podcast:
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Resonators on the nanoscale are becoming more efficient than ever before: ($)
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Science Magazine May 19
Lizards in New Guinea evolved their unique form of green blood four separate times, new research in finds:
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Science Magazine May 19
In : inhibiting part of the innate immune system could reduce inflammation-related damage after a stroke
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Science Magazine May 18
A new paper in surveys when, and why, scientists choose to disclose research results before their publication:
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News from Science May 18
After decades of research, the first drugs designed to prevent migraines have received FDA approval:
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Science Magazine May 18
"Protected land" isn't always as well-protected as we thought, a new Science study reveals: ($)
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Science Magazine May 18
How do your interests outside science make you a better scientist? Share your thoughts in the new edition of :
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News from Science May 17
NASA's Carbon Monitoring System, previously canceled by the Trump administration, may have its funding restored by a new Congressional amendment:
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Science Magazine May 17
How do bacteria and other organisms develop resistance to human-made chemicals? Catch up on the latest research in this week's issue:
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Science Magazine May 17
New research on ancient DNA sheds light on the last 4,000 years of Southeast Asia's history:
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Science Visuals May 17
COVER | Herbicides are designed to kill weeds, but some plants have become resistant to these substances. More on the proliferation of biocide resistance Cover , art direction & animation
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Science Magazine May 17
Sometimes-flexible semiconductors, Southeast Asia's first farmers, and understanding how bugs and bacteria develop resistance in our newest issue:
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Science Magazine May 17
"We don’t just randomly do an experiment. Why should we randomly go down a career path?"
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Science Magazine May 16
How subsurface conditions play a role in human-induced earthquakes:
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News from Science May 16
Peruvians are among the world's shortest people, and a newly uncovered gene may explain why:
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Science Magazine May 16
New research in cognitive science could provide an alternate explanation for the "universal law of generalization": ($)
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Science Magazine May 16
Known for his writing on plants and food, Michael Pollan tackles a slightly different subject in his latest book: the science of psychedelics
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Science Signaling May 15
This week in Science Signaling: DGKz prevents , IRE1a controls , and regulation in cell
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Science Magazine May 15
Protecting seaweed-eating fish can help keep coral reefs resilient, research in finds:
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