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1 Catalytic synthesis of phenols with nitrous oxide
2 AI Upstart Waabi Adding Self-Driving Veterans in Race to Commercialize Robot Trucks
3 Tropical dry forests disappearing rapidly around the globe
4 Minerals can be key to healing damaged tissue
5 Seagrass Can Work as a Sanitation Service / Science
6 New electrocatalysts herald carbon neutrality
7 Identifying mechanisms of methylation in stem cells
8 Treaties protecting fossil fuel investors could jeopardize global efforts to save the climate, and cost billions
9 Why science doesn't help sell chocolate chip cookies
10 How to wash chicken in the kitchen more safely, according to physics
11 Study reveals termination shocks and extended X-ray emission in the active galaxy Markarian 78
12 The Pantanal, the world's largest wetland, is at risk of collapse
13 Even stars doomed to die as supernovae can have planets
14 Tiny and alternate houses can help ease Australia's rental affordability crisis
15 Genetic options allow scientists to transfer rust resistance from one plant to another
16 Why can't we predict volcanic eruptions like we do hurricanes?
17 The window of opportunity to address increasing drought and expanding drylands is vanishing
18 Taiwan's crust is moving surprisingly rapidly
19 These bats buzz like wasps and bees. The sound may deter hungry owls
20 A novel molecular mechanism that regulates secretion of the sonic hedgehog signaling molecule
21 Certain bats deter predators by buzzing like hornets, study suggests
22 Researchers find solid evidence of coronal waves excited by flares
23 Hepatitis in children: Delayed diagnosis fears over mystery illness
24 The standard model of particle physics may be broken, expert says
25 A new method for exploring the nano-world
26 Landscapes with higher proportions of forest maintain more diverse pollinator communities
27 New review highlights innovative catalysts: Design and application
28 Phospholipid found to play a key role in epithelial cell adhesion
29 50 years of traditional crop conservation a success, but some crops still lack protection
30 Is climate change worry reducing the desire to have children?
31 Environmental justice delayed has been justice denied
32 Study reveals network of energy reallocation in Litopenaeus vannamei responsive to heat-stress
33 As hurricane season approaches, experts say to beware of more rapidly intensifying storms
34 Webb telescope's first full color, scientific images coming in July
35 Uncovering the key to safer energy storage devices that avoid thermal runaway
36 Working while in school has long-lasting effects on human capital formation
37 Massachusetts' black bear population keeps growing
38 Lake Erie quakes triggered by shifting water levels? Study finds no smoking gun, urges further research
39 In a pair of merging supermassive black holes, a new method for measuring the void
40 Loyalty program members and regular customers respond differently to social media marketing
41 Endangered whale sharks face significant threat from shipping--study
42 Shipping poses significant threat to the endangered whale shark
43 Strategies for greater reuse and recycling of textiles
44 UN says 'imminent' Yemen oil spill would cost $20 billion to clean up
45 Nonlethal parasites reduce how much their wild hosts eat, leading to ecosystem effects
46 Newly discovered lake may hold secret to Antarctic ice sheet's rise and fall
47 Research team untangles more secrets of intrinsically disordered regions of proteins
48 Progress made in construction of Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope
49 'Think of the whole child, not just their ears'
50 Citizen science study detects vast amount of microplastics in Catalan bathing areas
51 COVID-19 has negatively impacted how auditors work
52 Ultrafast 'camera' captures hidden behavior of potential 'neuromorphic' material
53 With better algal forecasts comes safer water
54 Crystal study may resolve DNA mystery
55 A design-based activity to enhance students' understanding in electrochemistry
56 Tropical spider can hide underwater for 30 minutes
57 How physics can help us make sense of multiverse madness
58 'Vaccine ceiling' may be approaching for some people, study suggests
59 Fabrication of filter with waste maize straw for efficient phosphate removal
60 Consensus approach proposed to protect human health from intentional and wild forest fires
61 Volcanoes may have killed Venus with a runaway greenhouse: Implications for Earth-bound volcanism
62 Dynamics of ocean worlds likely controlled by their rotation
63 New research pinpoints 'blue corridors' for highly migratory fish
64 Supplies launched to China's new space station for next crew
65 Earth given 50-50 chance of hitting key warming mark by 2026
66 Hidden distortions trigger promising thermoelectric property
67 Chemistry professor utilizes virtual reality to give students unique look at proteins
68 Here Is What One Million COVID Deaths in the U.S. Looks Like
69 The sun's heat shuffled planets in the early solar system
70 Soil microbes use different pathways to metabolize carbon
71 Why It's So Hard to Make Risk Decisions in the Pandemic / Science
72 Nature-inspired self-sensing materials could lead to new developments in engineering
73 People overestimate the presence of minorities around them, impeding equity and inclusion
74 Ice-capped volcanoes slower to erupt, study finds
75 NASA's InSight records monster quake on Mars
76 On-chip circuit produces up to six microwave photons at the same time
77 Why it's so hard for a one-hit wonder to have a lasting music career
78 Migrant workers are flipping the script and using Photovoice to tell their own stories
79 Highly circularly polarized and variable pulsar detected in the Large Magellanic Cloud
80 First assessment of metabolites in African savanna elephants
81 A New Study Identifies Two Healthy Ways to Ask Your Partner to Change
82 Mechanism revealed for spread of antibiotic resistance among bacteria
83 New techniques for retrieving fingerprints from ivory to mitigate poaching
84 If there are Dyson spheres around white dwarfs, we should be able to detect them
85 Advancing transparency and building trust in biodefense
86 Study shows the poor simply lack opportunities to gain wealth, but a one-time boost can make a major difference
87 Climate change is pushing the pine beauty moth northward 50 years ahead of earlier predictions
88 Seasonal H1N1 virus 'may have descended from Spanish flu strain'
89 Baby marmosets may practice their first distinctive cries in the womb
90 At home, do-it-yourself fluid mechanics
91 Novel species of pathogenic bacteria of onion identified in Texas
92 Book examines scope of political and social attitudes among devout Muslims
93 Largest ever study of its kind reveals whales evolved in three rapid phases
94 We can probably find supernovae enhanced by gravitational lensing, we just need to look
95 Blocking spike captors to counter COVID
96 Timing of ocean plankton blooms to shift with global warming
97 High-tech metals germanium and gallium from the deep sea?
98 New report highlights issues surrounding the future of the care economy.
99 New bill aims to limit frenzy of well drilling on California farms
100 Photosynthesis unaffected by increasing carbon dioxide channels in plant membranes
101 Researchers use light for thermomagnetic recording on silicon waveguide
102 Omicron May Be Less Likely to Cause Smell Loss than Other COVID Variants, Researchers Say
103 Study finds cells take out the trash before they divide
104 China Faces Omicron 'Tsunami' if It Abandons Controversial Zero-COVID Policy, Researchers Warn
105 Exploring how deficits can be avoided at major sporting events
106 Study points to ways of involving visually impaired people in environmental disaster prevention
107 There are reasons girls don't study physics, and they don't include not liking math
108 The role of changing dietary habits in mitigating global warming
109 How microplastics in the air are polluting the most remote places on Earth
110 What makes some creatures more afraid of change than others?
111 Computational sleuthing confirms first 3D quantum spin liquid
112 How a gene mutation leads to higher intelligence
113 First detailed academic study of East African maritime traditions shows changes in boatbuilding
114 Study finds that air pollution dropped during pandemic lockdowns
115 Physicists discover light-induced mechanism for controlling ferroelectric polarization