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1 Striking pay dirt: Cornell soil soars to the space station | Cornell
2 How do mobile Internet companies protect the brands and user experience
3 Protections sought for Chesterfield land slated for auction
4 From the Moon to the Earth: Changing Perspectives
5 Space exploration's next frontier: Remote-controlled robonauts
6 Santa Cruz Gives 2020: A Holiday Guide to Nonprofit Giving
7 How a pandemic prepares us for exploring and living on Mars
8 NASA selects three companies for human landing system awards
9 Op-ed | Living off the land: Lunar water is key to crewed space exploration
10 Duckweed is an incredible, radiation-fighting astronaut food – and by changing how it is grown, we made it better
11 Satellites discover new penguin colonies from space
12 Michael B. Jordan is joining OnlyFans
13 Space-Grown Lettuce Is Safe and Astronaut-Approved
14 More evidence that Europa’s ocean is habitable
15 SpaceX opens era of amateur astronauts, cosmic movie sets
16 NASA investigating deep-space hibernation technology
17 Two (potentially) exciting new exoplanet discoveries
18 Muddying the Waters
19 The 'Fall' of a Season: Environmentalism in Star Trek
20 In Wyoming, an ecologist seeks a new niche as a U.S. senator
21 Robotic skins might enable the next generation of space exploration
22 Heterogeneous mass distribution of the rubble-pile asteroid (101955) Bennu
23 Birdwatching is better with AI and CNN
24 How does an astronaut deal with isolation and self-care?
25 Increased ecological resource variability during a critical transition in hominin evolution
26 20 Weird Facts About Earth To Remind You Why It's The Best
27 Animal "construction workers" rebuild natural landscapes more efficiently than humans ever could
28 Cyanobacteria detach their antennae to stop growing when space is limited
29 Deep immune profiling of COVID-19 patients reveals distinct immunotypes with therapeutic implications
30 A New Look At Deep Sea Microbes
31 Physicists Quiet the Quantum Whisper to Improve Gravitational Wave Detector Sensitivity
32 The ‘Profoundly Radical’ Message of Earth Day’s First Organizer
33 There may be other ways to build DNA and RNA
34 The oceans contain vast mineral resources. Can the deep sea be mined without catastrophic results?
35 Bioluminescent backlighting illuminates the complex visual signals of a social squid in the deep sea
36 Surviving encounter beyond Pluto, NASA probe begins relaying view of Kuiper belt object
37 Meet Lynnae Quick, NASA's hunter of space cryomagma
38 Destroyed Habitat Creates the Perfect Conditions for Coronavirus to Emerge
39 Is human hibernation possible? Going to sleep for long duration spaceflight
40 Bernie Krause and Soundscape Ecology : Invisibilia
41 Deep beneath the high seas, researchers find rich coral oases
42 Did ancient Earth life escape our solar system? | Earth
43 Guest opinion: David Buckner: On prairie dogs and (over)simplified ecology
44 The Ocean Carries 'Memories' of SARS-CoV-2
45 Same father, same face: Deep learning reveals selection for signaling kinship in a wild primate
46 The bold plan to see continents and oceans on another Earth
47 Space: The Final Frontier of Environmental Disasters?
48 NASA works to improve solar electric propulsion for deep space exploration
49 Clemson Wildlife Ecology Professor Giving Credit to Creativity in Science
50 NASA dangles $7 billion carrot for next moon landing
51 We Must Mobilize to Avert a Lonely Earth
52 Individual behavior drives ecosystem function and the impacts of harvest
53 Major Gift from Diane Meyer Simon to Support Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability
54 China's ecological restoration projects deplete terrestrial water stores
55 A Janus emitter for passive heat release from enclosures
56 How do climate change, migration and a deadly disease in sheep alter our understanding of pandemics?
57 The Moon's farside shallow subsurface structure unveiled by Chang'E-4 Lunar Penetrating Radar
58 Amazing Black scientists
59 Mapping dry wildfire fuels with AI and new satellite data | Stanford News
60 Origins of life: new evidence first cells could have formed at the bottom of the ocean
61 I Can't Stop Watching This Ice Chunk Fall Down an Absurdly Deep Hole
62 The sprawling, must-read history of Maxis’ former “serious games” division
63 Marine migrations and ecosystem disruption
64 Low-binder solvent-base feedstocks now available for 3D printing
65 Our concept of life is too Earth-centric — alien life might look totally different
66 Why Diversity In A Group May Boost Creativity
67 How do climate change, migration and a deadly sheep disease alter our understanding of pandemics?
68 Reinvigorate gen ed, but include STEM and the arts fields in addition to the humanities (letter)
69 Methanotrophic bacterial symbionts fuel dense populations of deep-sea feather duster worms (Sabellida, Annelida) and extend the spatial influence of methane seepage
70 Space mice and robots among latest science heading into space from Wallops Island
71 Evidence for the charge disproportionation of iron in extraterrestrial bridgmanite
72 Infographic: How Cytokines Flow into and out of the Brain
73 LIVE NOW: Watch the Smithsonian's Earth Optimism Digital Summit
74 ‘Fathoms: The World in the Whale’ Review: A Giant Subject
75 Meet five artists creating new responses to climate change
76 Next US moon landing will be by private companies, not NASA
77 We Should Deliberately Contaminate Mars With Our Microbes, Controversial Study Argues
78 From Soil to Skein with Mendocino Wool and Fiber Inc.
79 Nintendo Download: Pounce and Bounce to Spellbinding Beats
80 5 Weird Things Launching Into Space on SpaceX's Dragon Spacecraft Monday
81 NASA selects proposals for first-ever space technology research institutes
82 Deep Sea Vents Had Ideal Conditions For Origin Of Life
83 Evidence of biodiversity losses found deep inside the rainforest
84 A Delicate Museum Expansion in Germany, an Incubator Space for China and Israel, and a Sunlit House in Massachusetts
85 Every flood drives destructive Asian carp further into North American waters
86 NASA selects proposals to build better batteries for space exploration
87 How Ice Shelf Loss Will Change the Antarctic Ecosystem
88 Charting a course for astronaut safety as NASA launches to the Moon and to Mars
89 Gruesome Wasp Named After Shape-Shifting 'Star Trek' Character
90 Astronomers Measure Wind Speed on a Brown Dwarf for the First Time
91 Aiming ultrasound at the brain raises hope of new treatments
92 Robert May, grandfather of chaos, dies at 84
93 Lake County restoration project to see if native grasses are key to dealing with climate change
94 New genes control plant height, could lead to flood-proof crops
95 Evolution on the smallest of scales smooths out the patchwork patterns of where plants and animals live
96 Invisible oil beyond the Deepwater Horizon satellite footprint
97 Why do oil companies care so much about your carbon footprint?
98 Scientists test traps to control lovely — but destructive — lionfish
99 Can bacteria help people to mine asteroids?
100 Evolution: why it seems to have a direction and what to expect next