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1 Twenty-year study tracks a sparrow song that went 'viral
2 How COVID-19 has altered sleep in the United States and Europe
3 Yale scientists solve a thorny problem | YaleNews
4 More proof of animal smarts
5 Study: Bottlenose Dolphins Learn Foraging Skills from Their Peers | Biology
6 There was a crooked man: Scoliosis and the deep history of the brain's inner sanctum
7 How COVID-19 lockdown has altered sleep in the US and Europe
8 Moon’s surface more rich in metal than believed, sheds new light on its formation
9 Study bolsters confidence that fish can provide useful models of human spine biology, disorders
10 New insights into Alzheimer's disease
11 Learn from the pandemic to prevent environmental catastrophe, scientists argue
12 Areas of brain where recognition and identification occur
13 MicroCT reveals detailed head morphology of arthropod, Leanchoilia illecebrosa
14 Stimulating research gives new treatment hope for Tourette Syndrome
15 Genes from 'culturally extinct' Indigenous group discovered in unsuspecting Tennessee man
16 Dolphins Can Learn New Fishing Tricks From Their Pals
17 Eat less and live a long healthy life? Study shows 'not in all cases'
18 Going bright may help corals recover from bleaching
19 We must learn from the pandemic to prevent environmental catastrophe
20 New Research: Covid-19 lessons for fighting global heating and extinction
21 Bacteria perform mass suicide to defend their colony
22 Tiny brains, big surprise: Eavesdropping wasps gain insights about fighting abilities of potential rivals
23 Explained: How sleep has been affected by Covid-19 lockdown
24 Dolphins are teaching each other how to use shells to catch and eat fish
25 In ‘Conservation Disaster,’ Hundreds of Botswana's Elephants Are Dying From Mysterious Cause
26 College students are sleeping better during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders
27 June: Matador guppies | News and features
28 COVID-19 lockdowns helped people get more, but not necessarily better, sleep
29 ."Oh my sweet, Ca-na-da" Viral Bird Song, Why Canadian Sparrows
30 Another back-to-school COVID-19 challenge: Reeling in kids’ bedtimes
31 DNA crossovers drive healthy or abnormal sperm/egg cell division
32 Saharan dust plumes are a crucial part of Earth's biology and climate
33 Dolphins learn to use tools from peers, just like great apes
34 The Global Synthetic Biology Market is expected to grow by $ 11.52 bn during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of 25% during the forecast period
35 AI dual-stain approach improved accuracy, efficiency of cervical cancer screening in NIH study
36 Remote Science Instruction White Paper Series
37 White-throated sparrows have changed their tune, says new research
38 Artificial night sky poses serious threat to coastal species
39 Celsa Steel gets UK's first Covid-19 corporate bailout
40 Animal Biological Vaccine Market (Impact of COVID-19) Top Growing Companies: Merck, Zoetis, Merial/Sanofi, Boehringer Ingelheim, Ceva, CAHIC, HVRI, Ringpu Biology
41 An Ion Channel Senses Cell Swelling and Helps Cells to Choose a Response
42 Local grad goes where she's needed
43 'Current Biology' Identifies The World's Loudest Bird | Here & Now
44 Solar storms may leave gray whales blind and stranded
45 New foraging skills appear in WA dolphins
46 Sea snakes have been adapting to see underwater for 15 million years
47 This Week in Science
48 Unique bird song that 'went viral' among sparrows travelled 2000 miles in 20 years
49 Researchers discover when it's good to get the blues
50 8 Side-Effects of Wearing Face Masks and How To Fix Them
51 Using synthetic biology to overcome barriers to stable expression of nitrogenase in eukaryotic organelles
52 Cats are securely bonded to their people, too
53 African grey parrots spontaneously 'lend a wing'
54 Study links daylight saving time to 28 fatal car accidents per year in the US
55 COVID-19: The downside of social distancing
56 The story of three African slaves during Spanish colonialism, as told by their bones
57 A close relative of SARS-CoV-2 found in bats offers more evidence it evolved naturally
58 After release into wild, vampire bats keep 'friends' made in captivity
59 What compels us to explore Mars?
60 Study finds dopamine, biological clock link to snacking, overeating and obesity
61 Sea turtles have a deadly attraction to stinky plastic
62 Babies in the womb may see more than we thought
63 Enjoyment of pop music classics linked to combination of uncertainty and surprise
64 Soft robot fingers gently grasp deep-sea jellyfish
65 Fossil soils reveal emergence of modern forest ecology earlier than previously thought
66 Mathematical model reveals behavior of cellular enzymes
67 Can a single-celled organism 'change its mind'? New study says yes
68 As the ocean warms, marine species relocate toward the poles
69 New ancient plant captures snapshot of evolution
70 Mysterious glowing coral reefs are fighting to recover
71 Scientists discover a new class of taste receptors
72 More clues for how the monkeyflower got its spots
73 Brilliant iridescence can conceal as well as attract
74 Can excessive athletic training make your brain tired? New study says yes
75 Stem cells shown to delay their own death to aid healing | Cornell Chronicle
76 How plants are built to be strong and responsive
77 Summer Sessions Presents New Season of Free GRIT Talks
78 DNA data offers scientific look at 500 years of extramarital sex in Western Europe
79 It would take 50 million years to recover New Zealand's lost bird species
80 The carnivorous plant lifestyle is gene costly
81 Does the key to anti-ageing lie in our bones?
82 Scientists uncover how an explosion of new genes explain the origin of land plants
83 The Brain Can "Update" Memories With Incorrect Information
84 How do birds understand 'foreign' calls? Birds may mentally picture what other species are talking about
85 The dreaming brain tunes out the outside world
86 Former Harvard researcher who harassed postdoc sparks row at Italian institute
87 This 500 million-year-old 'social network' may have helped sea monsters clone themselves
88 Parrots Show Off Selfless Behavior
89 New discovery shows infection of the lungs can be caused by hybrid fungi
90 Scientists learn how vampire bat strangers make friends
91 Black rhinos eavesdrop on the alarm calls of hitchhiking oxpeckers to avoid humans
92 Biomimetic Aircraft Market May Set New Growth Story | Boeing, HobbyKing, Northrop Grumman, Boston Engineering
93 How birds evolved big brains: Brain evolution traced from tyrannosaurs to modern crows
94 Bumble bee workers sleep less while caring for young
95 New study hints at complex decision making in a single-cell organism
96 Starry eyes on the reef: Color-changing brittle stars can see
97 Vampire bats form deep social bonds by grooming before sharing blood
98 Faster breeding sea urchins: A comeback animal model for developmental biology
99 How rat-eating monkeys can help protect palm oil harvests
100 Virgin birth has scientists buzzing: Researchers discover a gene in honey bees that causes virgin birth