3000-year-old toolkit suggests warriors crossed Europe to fight an epic battle

Rare bag of metal scraps bolsters idea of sophisticated warfare in Bronze Age Germany | Continue reading


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Uyghur scientists swept up in China’s detentions

Science organizations speak out in defense of Uyghur academics | Continue reading


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First-ever observations of sugar-coated RNA could alter the face of biochemistry

Never-before-seen chemical modifications set biochemists abuzz | Continue reading


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Why are adult daughters missing from ancient German cemeteries?

DNA and artifacts reveal marriage and inheritance patterns among Bronze Age farmers | Continue reading


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To boost transparency, bioRxiv begins posting peer reviews next to preprints

A related experiment will provide new test of “portable” peer reviews | Continue reading


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Why did a humpback whale just save this seal's life?

First study finds multiple cases of humpback whales going on the offensive | Continue reading


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How to Keep a Lab Notebook

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Warm-blooded velociraptors? Fossilized proteins unravel dinosaur mysteries

New laser-based method unlocks chemistry of ancient life | Continue reading


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How the 'Thermal Grill' Illusion Tricks the Mind

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Could robots be psychology’s new lab rats?

Science speaks with researchers putting AI brains into robot bodies | Continue reading


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Echolocation in blind people reveals the brain’s adaptive powers

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Ancient DNA Traces the Black Death to Russia’s Volga Region

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Windborne mosquitoes may carry malaria hundreds of kilometers

Discovery of high-altitude migration has big implications for disease control | Continue reading


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First alien gases detected from interstellar comet

Comet 2I/Borisov is releasing cyanogen—similar to comets from our own solar system | Continue reading


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‘Planet Nine’ may be a black hole

Physicists suggest searching for gamma ray flashes to find it | Continue reading


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NIH reveals its formula for tracking foreign influences

National Institutes of Health official points to threat from China’s talents program as agency watchdog calls for better vetting of peer reviewers | Continue reading


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Planet 9 may be a black hole

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Ultrasound can “see” when tumor cells turn genes on and off

New technique may overcome limits of older fluorescent imaging methods | Continue reading


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Watch AI help basketball coaches outmaneuver the opposing team

Program could predict moves of both offensive and defensive players | Continue reading


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Three billion North American birds have vanished since 1970

Even common birds are in steep decline, spurring hunt for causes | Continue reading


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New Federal Rules Limit Police Searches of Family Tree DNA Databases

Privacy experts welcome policy on use of ancestry sites | Continue reading


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Artificial intelligence could predict El Niño up to 18 months in advance

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Microbe that got man drunk could help explain common liver disease

Bacterium could have far-reaching implications | Continue reading


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Human semen can host up to 27 different viruses (2017)

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Can the world make the chemicals it needs without oil?

With solar and wind booming, the chemical industry dabbles with forgoing petroleum as its source | Continue reading


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Study on DNA spread by genetically modified mosquitoes prompts backlash

Company and some scientists dispute suggestion that released strain may have made local mosquitoes fitter | Continue reading


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New device generates light with help from the darkness of space

Thermoelectric generator can power a light-emitting diode after the sun goes down | Continue reading


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Finding balance: The professor/entrepreneur (2012)

For academics who recognize that their discovery or innovation can be commercialized, it is key to find avenues to balance professorial and entrepreneurial activities. | Continue reading


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Common pesticide makes migrating birds anorexic

Seeds contaminated with neonicotinoids may cause birds to lose weight and delay migration | Continue reading


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Evolution of the spine fueled the rise of mammals–and human back problems (2018)

Fossils show how lumbar vertebrae were freed up to adapt to myriad lifestyles | Continue reading


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U.S. EPA to eliminate all mammal testing by 2035

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Open-access megajournals lose momentum as the publishing model matures

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Three suicide prevention strategies show real promise

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Genome of nearly 5000-year-old woman links modern Indian to ancient civilization

DNA from Harappan suggests South Asians can trace their ancestry to Indus Valley Civilization | Continue reading


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Strange microbes found in earth oldest water

The sulfate-reducing organisms provide evidence of a hidden subterranean biosphere | Continue reading


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Human speech may have a universal transmission rate: 39 bits per second

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White barn owls’ feathers reflect moonlight to stun prey

The light on their bright plumage causes prey to freeze for longer, study shows | Continue reading


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Could autism be caused by an overly masculine brain?

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A study finds four controversial ways to fight online hate groups

A new study maps the “ecology” of online hate groups across platforms | Continue reading


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Crystalline nets harvest water from desert air, turn CO2 into liquid fuel

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A global look at the uneven toll of suicide

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Crispr now cuts and splices whole chromosomes

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Slow-motion video reveals how ants deliver their painful venom

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No microbiome is an island, unprecedented survey of Hawaiian valley reveals

Plants and animals acquire their microbial partners from organisms below them in food chain or from wider environment | Continue reading


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Australia plans to tackle foreign influence at nation’s universities

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Bus-size robot set to vacuum up valuable metals from the deep sea

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‘Ethical’ eggs could save male chicks from mass slaughter

Scientists find ways to sex chicks before they hatch | Continue reading


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