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1 Fears for life-threatening asthma attacks as pollen levels spike in parts of UK
2 A special brew may have calmed Inca children headed for sacrifice
3 Development of a novel large-scale manufacturing technology for sulfide solid electrolytes
4 Pfizer's COVID Vaccine Protection Against Omicron Fades Just Weeks After Second and Third Doses, Study Finds
5 Here's What the Black Hole in the Center of the Milky Way Looks like / Science
6 NASA's InSight lander has recorded the largest Marsquake yet
7 More states want power to approve wetlands development
8 When Dangerous Weather Approaches the Spanish Translation Problem Looms
9 Experiments hint at why bird nests are so sturdy
10 New aircraft structures production technology has increased their strength
11 Instagram Likes May Be Distorting Children's Perception of Reality, Says New Mental Health Research
12 Prehistoric people may have used light from fires to make dynamic art
13 Seasonal variations of methane consuming and methane producing microbial communities contribute to emissions
14 The black hole at the Milky Way's center has finally been unveiled
15 Going gentle on mechanical quantum systems
16 Dealing with Uncertainty Is A Science: Use It!
17 Proposed Southern California Desalination Plant Could Do More Harm than Good
18 'Friendly' gut bacteria may eliminate pathogens by competing for energy resources
19 See the Jaw-Dropping First Image of the Black Hole at the Heart of Our Galaxy Just Revealed by Astronomers
20 Researchers develop 3D-printed shape memory alloy with superior superelasticity
21 Scientists Discover 830-Million-Year-Old 'Pickled' Microorganisms
22 Fishing gear and plastic bag pieces found in the stomach of a dead sperm whale in Keys
23 Malaria parasites form vortices
24 New study of train travel pre- and during COVID-19 suggests three ways to make commuting less stressful
25 Terahertz near-field microscopy based on an air-plasma dynamic aperture
26 Study finds soil composition isn't key to southeast Raleigh flooding
27 In franchising, playing tough early may support long-term benefits
28 Black holes and the simulation library
29 Fighting white-nose syndrome in bats benefits agriculture, study shows
30 Remote sensing research improves hurricane response
31 Exploring chemical logic systems that can respond to environmental conditions
32 Development of high-durability single-atomic catalyst using industrial humidifier
33 An optoelectronic thermometer based on microscale infrared-to-visible conversion devices
34 Study reveals new way to reconstruct past climate on Mars
35 Physics and applications of Raman distributed optical fiber sensing
36 Black hole winds are no longer as they used to be
37 How variability shapes learning and generalization
38 Unusually fast beaked whale has special deep-sea hunting strategy
39 NASA-Funded Sounding Rockets to Probe Nearby Stars' Habitable Zones
40 NASA supports Event Horizon Telescope in studying Milky Way's black hole
41 Deindustrialization as fact and fiction
42 Menaced by flames, nuclear lab peers into future of wildfire
43 SpaceX launches Starlink satellites from California
44 Scientists grow plants in lunar dirt, next stop moon
45 Iraq's prized rice crop threatened by drought
46 French scientist leading nuclear fusion project dies at 72
47 Cats who live together know each other by name, Japanese study finds
48 2 New Cases in London, England, Unrelated to First Case
49 Developing A DNA Test that Could Detect A Devastating Mango Fungus
50 Striking new snake species discovered in Paraguay
51 Gregory Forth's 'Between Ape and Human'
52 Komodo National Park is home to some of the world's largest manta ray aggregations, study shows
53 Farmers in India cut their carbon footprint with trees and solar power
54 Extreme temperatures compound poverty in Pakistan's hottest city
55 Latest sandstorm brings Iraq to standstill
56 Study provides long-term look at ways to control wildfire in sagebrush steppe ecosystem
57 A 'mystery monkey' in Borneo may be a rare, worrisome hybrid
58 Quasi-periodic oscillation detected in blazar PKS 0405-385
59 Unusually High Winds Wreaking Havoc Across the Country
60 Searching for cosmic-ray boosted sub-GeV dark matter using data from the PandaX-II experiment
61 More mass shootings are happening at grocery stores; 13% of shooters motivated by racial hatred, criminologists find
62 Showing you're stressed may make you more likeable
63 A living wage increases economic productivity while reducing poverty
64 If you stand like Superman or Wonder Woman, would you feel stronger?
65 Researchers identify the cuticle as the first protective barrier of plants against UV radiation
66 Extraterrestrial stone brings first supernova clues to Earth
67 High-energy neutrinos may come from black holes ripping apart stars
68 From degrowth to a sustainable food system transformation
69 Cutting air pollution emissions would save 50,000 US lives, $600 billion each year
70 Researchers find CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing approach can alter the social behavior of animals
71 Amazon deforestation threatens newly discovered fish species in Brazil
72 CRISPR now possible in cockroaches
73 Unanticipated high mortality rate of participants in multidecade juvenile justice study
74 More cases of monkeypox detected in UK as scientists investigate links
75 How mental health and disability may sway judgment in the justice system
76 European CDC Calls Omicron BA.4, BA.5 COVID-19 Variants of Concern
77 Europe and US set for scorching, dry summer, scientists say
78 Climate change means uncertain future for maple trees, syrup season
79 She discovered the black hole at the center of our galaxy. This week, she finally saw it
80 Bitcoin a safe haven during national economic crises, but not during COVID-19 pandemic, research finds
81 Tall, dense trees identified as effective weapon against traffic's toxic nanoparticles
82 Concrete Has A Dirty Little Secret. Can Biology Solve It?
83 Heavy metal pollution can increase antibiotic resistance in rivers
84 'Coarse-graining' can help scientists understand complex microbial ecosystems, theory suggests
85 Departmental policies key to police officers' decisions to activate body-worn cameras
86 Wisconsin fox kits test positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza
87 Policymakers underestimate methane's climate and air quality impacts, says a new study
88 Scientists provide more than 57,000 camera trap images for massive study on Amazon wildlife
89 How hybrid plant varieties could address the challenges of food security and climate change
90 New trait-based approach to global change ecology moves from description to prediction
91 Study sheds new light on the mechanism of individual cell memory, using yeast as a model
92 Call us Homo faber, the toolmaker'
93 New drought benchmark reached in Europe between 2018 and 2020
94 Shaping the future of light through reconfigurable metasurfaces
95 New theory promises to reshape how we think about polymer superstructures
96 FDA Rejects Bid to Authorize Cheap Antidepressant as COVID Treatment
97 Unraveling the genetic keys to improve canola crop yield
98 Majority of Detroiters report stable, improved financial situation compared to a year ago
99 Majority of Detroiters report stable, improved financial situation compared to a year ago
100 New method melds data to make a 3-D map of cells' activities
101 Pinpointing young stars and their protoplanetary disks
102 Research team improves gene editing with chemical process
103 Whale carcass proves tasty snack for beetles
104 Heterogeneous ethylene hydroformylation enables highly efficient industrial production of propanal/n-propanol
105 A CubeSat is flying to the moon to make sure Lunar Gateway's orbit is stable
106 From one death, thousands of precious cells help scientists build a universal reference library
107 The 'Alien Door' on Mars Is Just One of Some Spectacular New Images from the Red Planet
108 Scientists discover why female octopuses self-mutilate to death after laying eggs
109 Waiting for the water train in scorching India
110 Research recommends extending California's prescribed burning season
111 'Schrodinger in Oxford' by Sir David Clary FRS
112 Sudan sanctuary offers haven for exotic birds
113 Deep ocean warming as climate changes