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  • Plane Deicer Lasts Several Thousand Hours
  • An Unanswered Question at the Heart of America's Nuclear Arsenal
  • Scientists Solve a Deadly TB Mystery
  • Two Satellites Might Collide in Earth Orbit This Week. Here's Why That's a Problem
  • Can an anti-HIV combination or other existing drugs outwit the new coronavirus?
  • Beating the heat in the living wings of butterflies
  • Strange Tracks in Texas Indicate Giant Sauropods Walking on Their Front Feet Only
  • Rapid Evolution Made These Paper Wasps Capable of Recognising Each Other's Faces
  • Harmless Cancers Are Being Overdiagnosed, According to New Evidence
  • Antianxiety and antidepressant effects from a single dose of psychedelic drug persist years later in cancer patients
  • New study debunks myth of Cahokia's Native American lost civilization
  • We Just Got an Unprecedented Look at a Crucial Component of Type 2 Diabetes
  • An AI Virus Warning System, Mac Malware, and More News
  • Research leads to life changing improvement for some people living with depression
  • Lab turns trash into valuable graphene in a flash
  • Nanoparticle chomps away plaques that cause heart attacks
  • Method detects defects in 2D materials for future electronics, sensors
  • Astronomers detect large amounts of oxygen in ancient star's atmosphere
  • Experts Warn of Possible Sustained Global Spread of New Coronavirus
  • For cheaper solar cells, thinner really is better
  • Seabird ‘cops’ spy on sneaky fishing vessels
  • Massive effort to document the genetics of European forests bears fruit
  • Discovery sheds new light on how cells move
  • APS tip sheet: Network dynamics of online polarization
  • Electricity turns garbage into graphene
  • Animal rights conflict prompts leading researcher to leave Germany for China
  • An Introduction to the Collected Works of Frederick D. Funkle
  • CRISPR-Edited Babies Arrived, and Regulators Are Still Racing to Catch Up
  • New Dartmouth study explores prevalence of drug promotions in primary care practices
  • British carbon tax leads to 93% drop in coal-fired electricity
  • Can mindfulness keep offshore energy workers safe?
  • How to Survive as a Night Owl in a 9-to-5 World
  • Building High-Rises Out of Wood Can Help Save the Planet
  • Thousands of Ancient Aboriginal Sites Probably Damaged in Australian Fires
  • Superfast insights into cellular events
  • How to take a picture of a light pulse
  • Cambridge University Press strikes first major read and publish agreement in Japan
  • Brazil’s pick of a creationist to lead its higher education agency rattles scientists
  • Graphene, quantum and the brain: Put them together and what do you get? Deep Tech EU at MWCBarcelona
  • I Thought My Kids Were Dying. They Just Had Croup.
  • People Don't Learn to Trust Bots 
  • You've Probably Never Heard of Robotic Process Automation, but....
  • Know What? Your Phone Can Send Photos
  • Scientists are moving at record speed to create new coronavirus vaccines—but they may come too late
  • Climate costs smallest if warming is limited to 2°C
  • Astronomers Have Caught a Rare And Massive 'Accretion Burst' in Our Galaxy
  • Scientists Say We Need These 6 Things For Us to Meet Our Climate Goals
  • Docs Given Updated Opioid Habit
  • New drug that could aid MS diagnoses approved for human trials by FDA
  • Wuhan seafood market may not be source of novel virus spreading globally