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1 Linguistics: The pronunciation paradox
2 Men better than women at self-promotion on job, leading to inequities
3 Researcher: Conducting research in China is complicated by the Communist Party's influence
4 Experts: Trade wars bad for US and global energy security
5 Negative encounters with police have mental health consequences for black men
6 Model shows users how to make on-farm sustainable energy projects more profitable
7 Heart emoji: The language of love in the 21st century
8 The Amish and the Anthropocene: Religion, science and climate change
9 Here's how to make sure social housing tenants have voices heard
10 Kenyan fossil reveals chameleons may have 'rafted' from Africa to Madagascar
11 The rise of renters-by-choice: 'I wouldn't want to buy even if I had the money'
12 Financial pressure makes CFOs less likely to blow the whistle on potential fraud
13 Yorkshire farmer argued homosexuality is natural in 1810 diary discovery
14 Meet T-Rex's older cousin: The Reaper of Death
15 The effects of China's one-child policy on women's education
16 Hidden donors play significant role in political campaigns
17 Study: It's devastatingly common for African mothers to experience child loss
18 Study finds link between teachers' financial anxiety and job performance
19 https://phys.org/news/2020-02-active-shooter-drills-schools-good.html
20 Study reveals gender, racial disparities in evictions
21 Gen Z dating culture defined by sexual flexibility and complex struggles for intimacy
22 Most books in childcare center have white, middle-class heroes
23 Video: How do you get a fossil out of rock? Painstakingly
24 The necropolis of Asyut as an important element of Egypt's cultural memory
25 What we learned from dinosaur teeth in North Africa
26 Teacher race and gender bias: Perceptions of students' approach to learning affects grades
27 Disease found in fossilized dinosaur tail afflicts humans to this day
28 Inquiry-based labs give physics students experimental edge
29 Study develops framework to help firms use crowdsourcing more effectively
30 Scientists examine reporters' portrayal of US border under Trump
31 Secularism and tolerance of minority groups predicts future prosperity of countries
32 Young people are talking politics on TikTok. Is this a good thing?
33 This simple trick could help stop the spread of misinformation on social media
34 Letting young children skip school can have long-term consequences
35 Half of Australians over 55 are open to downsizing, but struggle to find suitable homes
36 Dependency on Chinese travelers makes the impact of new coronavirus novel
37 Smoothing out the rough diamonds
38 'Rosetta stone' for urban scaling makes sense of how cities change across time and space
39 Giant extinct ancient rodent had a tiny brain
40 The use of jargon kills people's interest in science, politics
41 New method for calculating optimal trajectories for flight to the moon
42 Study highlights complexity of public responses to corporate crises
43 Disgust drives some religious thoughts and feelings--new research suggests
44 Think you'll make a great boss? Research shows that power can corrupt
45 Girls consistently outperform boys in reading skills--but this could be changing
46 Extinct giant turtle had horned shell of up to three meters
47 French unions played key role in protecting workers' mental health
48 Having fewer children reduced the education gap in China
49 Love matters: How parents' love shapes children's lives
50 Mind the trust gap: It's wider than you think
51 What is the best way to encourage innovation? Competitive pay may be the answer
52 Faith-centered tattoos are analyzed in study of university students
53 Fossilized insect from 100 million years ago is oldest record of primitive bee with pollen
54 Romosexuality: Embracing queer sex and love in Ancient times
55 1 in 5 kids start school with health or emotional difficulties that challenge their learning
56 Boom and bust for ancient sea dragons
57 Researcher finds a mathematical pattern in human conflict using data science
58 Transgender Americans are more likely to be unemployed and poor
59 We expect cities to foster multiculturalism, but they are struggling
60 Slavery is not a crime in almost half the countries of the world
61 Canada's divorce is data revealing--and still murky
62 Kitsch religious souvenirs can rekindle pilgrimage experience
63 Face-to-face contact with police builds trust in fledgling states
64 Argentine researchers find distant Tyrannosaurus relative
65 Academics identify 18 reasons why megaprojects often fail, as well as 54 preventative solutions
66 Fake news makes disease outbreaks worse, research shows
67 Scholarly journals work together to disseminate knowledge in ob-gyn
68 Q&A: Coronavirus likely to infect the global economy
69 Lab investigates underpinnings of political polarization
70 Construction professionals believe fire safety training remains 'inadequate' post-Grenfell
71 Experts call for halving fatal road accidents by year 2030
72 How people in immigration detention try to cope with life in limbo
73 5,200-year-old grains in the eastern Altai Mountains redate trans-Eurasian crop exchange
74 Statewide prevalence of gun ownership tied to police use of lethal force
75 How did dinosaur parents know when their kids had a fever?
76 Journalism is an 'attack surface' for those who spread misinformation
77 In court, far-reaching psychology tests are unquestioned
78 Solved: The mystery surrounding dinosaur footprints on a cave ceiling
79 How dinosaur blood vessels are preserved through the ages
80 Painting of deity found inside 3,000-year-old coffin
81 Between bondage and freedom: Life in Civil War refugee camps
82 Flood buyouts disproportionately benefit whitest at-risk neighborhoods in cities
83 Value co-creation: From 'consume and dispose' to 'consume and pass on'
84 Ancient plant foods discovered in Arnhem Land
85 Scientists call for reform on rankings and indices of science journals
86 Reconstructing the diets of fossil vertebrates
87 Discovery at 'flower burial' site could unravel mystery of Neanderthal death rites
88 CT scanning an ancient armored reptile
89 65,000-year-old plant remains show the earliest Australians spent plenty of time cooking
90 Generating realistic stock market data for deeper financial research
91 Wall Street investors react to climate change
92 Training tool helps unemployed job seekers grow networking skills
93 The coronavirus and its impact on global supply chains
94 Black Death mass grave discovered at 14th-century monastery hospital
95 Understanding historic Asian cities as ecosystems
96 AI and the future of your mind
97 Study of stone-age engravings suggests they were created with aesthetic intention
98 Sarcophagus dedicated to Romulus discovered in Roman forum
99 Old Irish 'clachan' found in South Australia
100 Feedback culture: When colleagues become competitors
101 Study: inequality between men and women dramatic in Houston-area
102 Archaeologists receive letter from biblical era
103 Uber linked to a reduction in serious road traffic injuries in the UK
104 Hubble turns lens towards gender bias, yielding lessons for Earthlings
105 More purple than blue: Religiously unaffiliated vary in political beliefs
106 New study results consistent with dog domestication during Ice Age
107 Perth Pictish find offers glimpse into Scotland's warrior past
108 Insurance industry CEO pay tied more closely to firm performance since financial crisis
109 No need to give up on crowded cities: We can make density so much better
110 Progress or pinkwashing: Who benefits from women-focused capital funds?
111 Once cyber grooming starts, the first five days are critical
112 Digital work design will benefit future workforce
113 Fish in the Sahara? Yes, in the early Holocene
114 Palaeontologists identify new Jurassic amphibian
115 Communicating science can benefit from scientists 'being human'
116 Freedom of Information legislation: Fit for purpose?
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