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1 Scientists engineer new tools to electronically control gene expression
2 Experts develop a common language for trigger and content warnings
3 Chicago police data study yields index for identifying networks of criminal cops
4 Advance in understanding cell division could lead to new cancer treatments
5 Weaving is helping strengthen ancestral knowledge among women and children in Ingapirca, Ecuador
6 Study finds that landslides can have a major impact on glacier melt and movement
7 The women scientists forgotten by history
8 As oceans warm will the methane 'Kraken' be released?
9 New study provides insight on Britons living in the EU post-Brexit
10 Getting a better view of landslide risk with LiDAR
11 Uncovering warped protein interactions in cancer
12 Baby corals are just as susceptible as adults to deadly reef disease, study finds
13 To refine water forecasts, Western cities map snow by plane
14 Report summarizes record-breaking fire year and calls for shift in strategy
15 Mentioning 'white privilege' increases online polarization, finds a new study
16 Will climate change increase the risk of aflatoxin in US corn?
17 Scientists discover comet's hourglass-shaped dust trail
18 Major 2020 Alaska quake triggered neighboring 2021 temblor
19 The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna reaches a crucial milestone
20 Pig heart transplanted into dying man in breakthrough operation was infected with virus, report says
21 New Zealand on verge of wiping out painful cattle disease
22 Report says Michigan 2020 dam failures were 'preventable'
23 Stanford gets $1 billion for climate change school from John Doerr
24 Iraq sandstorm sends more than 1,000 to hospital
25 New study reveals the effect of extended space flight on astronauts' brains
26 Study proposes method of identifying global poverty from space
27 Quantum mechanics could explain why DNA can spontaneously mutate
28 How much does eating meat affect nations' greenhouse gas emissions?
29 Scientists reveal what attracts mosquitoes to humans--our citrusy smell
30 Researchers investigate 'the Goose' pulsar wind nebula
31 A thermal superconducting quantum interference proximity transistor
32 Bolivian river dolphins observed playing with an anaconda
33 New Mexico and Arizona facing a dangerously early fire season
34 Algorithm predicts which students will drop out of math courses
35 A very specific kind of brain cell dies in people with Parkinson's
36 The fungal effector Rip 1 suppresses maize host defense responses
37 Perpetrators of family violence sometimes use threats of suicide to control their partner
38 Researchers experimenting with new ways to design nanoparticle treatments for cancer
39 4 Things to Watch for in the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season
40 Australia is investigating a digital currency, or e-dollar, but its benefits seem slight and the risks to privacy large
41 New Canadian census report offers first-time insight on gender diversity
42 The real life challenges of social mobility
43 Advances in femtosecond laser direct writing of fiber Bragg gratings in multicore fibers
44 Mechanism 'splits' electron spins in magnetic material
45 NASA climate research scientist wins World Food Prize
46 World needs food system 'transformation' to tackle climate: expert
47 Only about 5% of plastic waste gets recycled in US, new report says
48 Investigating glowing glass droplets on the ISS
49 People want trustworthy researchers to have better access to their data. But only if they're told about it
50 How our brains influence language change
51 New shape memory alloy discovered through artificial intelligence framework
52 A surging glow in a distant galaxy could change the way we look at black holes
53 Misperceptions can threaten scientific advancement
54 Replacing meat with microbial protein could help fight climate change
55 Community focus can engage older people in climate change communications
56 Single photon emitter takes a step closer to quantum tech
57 Collaborators observe quantum speed-up in optimization problems
58 NASA's Psyche spacecraft starts processing at Kennedy Space Center
59 New research on Pacific climate pattern may lead to improved cyclone forecasting
60 Supercomputing and neutrons crack code to uranium compound's signature vibes
61 Researchers investigate quantum network solutions, by ground and by air
62 Solving the mystery of frost hiding on Mars
63 In sediments below Antarctic ice, scientists discover a giant groundwater system
64 Bird flu takes unheard-of toll on bald eagles, other birds
65 Sorry Humans but You Won't Even Become A 'Type 1' Civilisation Until the Year 2371 Say Scientists
66 Inside the Effort to Expand Virtual Reality Treatments for Mental Health / Science
67 Scientists studying flirting claim to have learned what men and women want
68 50 years ago, scientists had hints of a planet beyond Pluto
69 Avian flu confirmed in 2 backyard Pacific Northwest flocks
70 11,400 'Citizen Scientists' Help Discover 1,031 New Asteroids After Search of Old Hubble Images
71 Why Humans Sleep Less than Their Primate Relatives / Science
72 Oat and soy milks are greener than cow milk, but not as nutritious
73 Canadian poultry farmers fearful of avian flu strain
74 Where Is the North Star? Exactly How to Find It this Season with Your Naked Eyes Using the 'Big Dipper' Stars
75 Latin America defies cultural theories based on East-West comparisons
76 Emissions tied to the international trade of agricultural goods are rising
77 FDA Limits Use of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Due to Blood Clot Risk
78 Readers react to Science News' century of coverage, fynbos plants and more
79 Remote work doesn't negatively affect productivity, study suggests
80 World's ocean is losing its memory under global warming
81 McKinsey on Moving to Net Zero, Under 30 Europe and A Better Battery Factory
82 A woman bought a sculpture at Goodwill for $34.99. It actually was a missing ancient Roman bust.
83 Does presenting credibility labels of journalistic sources affect news consumption? New study finds limited effects
84 Despite ideals, people don't really like reducing inequality, study finds
85 Remote learning likely widened racial, economic achievement gap
86 India, Pakistan must brace for even worse heatwaves
87 New Research Tells Us Why Psychopaths Are Sometimes Able to Succeed in Society
88 The worst polluters in the Arctic are not what you think
89 Biologists examine low-cost ways to improve urban streams
90 Removing 'climber' plants doubles tree growth, and more conservation strategies
91 'The Rock' diamond dazzles in Geneva
92 New research provides possible insights into the formation of Earth
93 Implementation and reconfiguration of magnetic skyrmions-based logic gates in one single nanotrack
94 Historic graffiti made by soldiers sheds light on Africa maritime heritage, study shows
95 Scientists develop powerful family of 2D materials
96 Precipitation changes alter species diversity and ecosystem multifunctionality in desert steppe environments
97 NYC COVID-19 Hospitalizations, Deaths Rising with Omicron B.2.12.1
98 Biomolecular insights into protein-insolubility-related disease
99 Business intelligence acts as a precursor to strategy
100 First rays of sunlight for balloon-borne solar observatory Sunrise III
101 Microbe-based faux beef could save forests, slash CO2 emissions
102 The Devil's Hole pupfish has paddled back from the brink in a hellish desert domain
103 Characterization of cellulose synthase supercomplex in cotton fiber
104 We Might Live in A Giant Croissant-Shaped Bubble in Space Say Scientists. Now NASA Is on the Case
105 Monkeypox Case Confirmed in United Kingdom, Here's What this Rare Infection Can Do
106 Inbreeding won't doom the last of the vaquitas, but fishing might: study
107 Exploring the Time the Universe Lit Up...With A Space Telescope!
108 Biden Administration 'Sheepishly' Waving 'Checkered Flag' On COVID-19 Pandemic, Says Science Editor-In-Chief
109 Did COVID-19 Impact Sharks and Rays in French Polynesia?
110 Scientists find 'master gene' to regrow lost ear hair cells for restoring hearing in mice
111 Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault
112 Study finds tiny channels in skull that could play 'vital role' in brain immunity
113 Future super cyclones would expose vastly greater numbers of people in most vulnerable parts to extreme flooding
114 Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents
115 Operating rooms biggest contributors of carbon emissions in healthcare industry, study finds
116 These six foods may become more popular as the planet warms