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1 Should researchers shelve plans to deliberately infect people with the coronavirus?
2 Twisted graphene could power a new generation of superconducting electronics
3 Worlds collide when three Science reporters—and parents—cover coronavirus and schools
4 This Week in Science
5 Famed Arecibo telescope, on the brink of collapse, will be dismantled
6 Seas are rising faster than ever
7 Science's English dominance hinders diversity—but the community can work toward change
8 As COVID-19 soars in many communities, schools attempt to find ways through the crisis
9 Another COVID-19 vaccine success? Candidate may prevent further coronavirus transmission, too
10 Science is Saving the Mangrove Forests
11 'Stick to the science': when science gets political
12 The science of gratitude can transform your family
13 Potential signs of life on Venus are fading as astronomers downgrade their original claims
14 Scientists: How Has the Pandemic Changed Your Work?
15 More people are getting COVID-19 twice, suggesting immunity wanes quickly in some
16 Can you unintentionally bully someone? Here's the science
17 Experimental observation of the liquid-liquid transition in bulk supercooled water under pressure
18 How DIY technologies are democratizing science
19 Trump catalyzed the March for Science. Where is it now?
20 Rotavirus induces intercellular calcium waves through ADP signaling
21 Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART I
22 Nanomesh pressure sensor for monitoring finger manipulation without sensory interference
23 How dogs tracked their humans across the ancient world
24 'Incredible milestone for science.' Pfizer and BioNTech update their promising COVID-19 vaccine result
25 Food and farming could stymie climate efforts, researchers say
26 Divergent impacts of warming weather on wildlife disease risk across climates
27 Fire and biodiversity in the Anthropocene
28 How a surprise budget boost could reshape Spanish science
29 Tri-Cities skilled crafts workers power science and technology at national lab
30 Scientists organize to tackle crisis of coral bleaching
31 Huge Puerto Rico radio telescope to close in blow to science
32 The Moon may hold much more water than we think
33 Solar power stations in space could be the answer to our energy needs
34 Could we ever pull enough carbon out of the atmosphere to stop climate change?
35 50 years ago, scientists named Earth’s magnetic field as a suspect in extinctions
36 Newton’s groundbreaking Principia may have been more popular than previously thought
37 Martian dust storms parch the planet by driving water into space
38 On a cool night in Malaysia, scientists track mysterious colugos across the treetops
39 Audubon Says Assault on Sage-Grouse Advances Absent Serious Considerations for Science or the Law
40 Enhanced Zika virus susceptibility of globally invasive Aedes aegypti populations
41 Could COVID-19 immunity last decades? Here’s the science.
42 'Exceptional' cancer patients yield clues to better drug treatments
43 Leprosy, ancient scourge of humans, found to assail wild chimpanzees
44 The best from the science journals: Bees of the world, Unite!
45 CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing using targeted lipid nanoparticles for cancer therapy
46 Second cable breaks at Puerto Rico's Arecibo telescope
47 Enigmatic amphibians in mid-Cretaceous amber were chameleon-like ballistic feeders
48 Stretchable distributed fiber-optic sensors
49 'Dueling Dinosaurs' fossil, hidden from science for 14 years, could finally reveal its secrets
50 China beat the coronavirus with science and strong public health measures, not just with authoritarianism
51 Can a nose-full of chicken antibodies ward off coronavirus infections?
52 The universe teems with weird black holes, gravitational wave hunters find
53 We need scientists to quiz Covid consensus, not act as agents of disinformation
54 Woman the hunter: Ancient Andean remains challenge old ideas of who speared big game
55 Why emergency COVID-vaccine approvals pose a dilemma for scientists
56 Covid-19: politicisation, “corruption,” and suppression of science
57 Early oxidation of the martian crust triggered by impacts
58 Science reveals secrets of a mummy's portrait: Scientific analysis of an ancient portrait pigment reveals long-lost artistic details
59 Ecological insights from three decades of animal movement tracking across a changing Arctic
60 Can dogs smell COVID? Here's what the science says
61 The Science of Nerdiness
62 Scientists discover exotic new mineral forged in the furnace of a Russian volcano
63 Independent Sage scientists to join climate crisis battle
64 Herd immunity? India still has a long way to go, scientists say
65 Europe is locking down a second time. But what is its long-term plan?
66 Medieval soldier found with sword and knives at the bottom of a Lithuanian lake
67 ‘Backward in time’: Israeli scientists claim to reverse ageing
68 The missing link of Biden's COVID strategy: social scientists | TheHill
69 The 'very, very bad look' of remdesivir, the first FDA-approved COVID-19 drug
70 Scientists observe directed energy transport between neighboring molecules in a nanomaterial
71 Scientists relieved as Joe Biden wins tight US presidential election
72 Christmas: scientists suggest outdoor festivities to keep safe from Covid
73 Who are science's frequent flyers? Climate researchers
74 The diabolical ironclad beetle is nearly unsquishable
75 Will a small, long-shot U.S. company end up producing the best coronavirus vaccine?
76 Wearing Masks to Prevent Coronavirus: Here's What Scientists Know
77 NASA Highlights Science, New Airlock on Space Station Resupply Mission
78 Scientists Want To Bring Loons Back To Massachusetts
79 The United States' contribution of plastic waste to land and ocean
80 Think You're Good at Recognizing Faces? Scientists Want You to Try This Test
81 Climate change: Covid pandemic has little impact on rise in CO2
82 Farming on Mars will be a lot harder than ‘The Martian’ made it seem
83 Why do some animal sleep so much?
84 Denisovan DNA in Late Pleistocene sediments from Baishiya Karst Cave on the Tibetan Plateau
85 India's COVID-19 cases have declined rapidly—but herd immunity is still far away, scientists say
86 Bird feeder can become a simple, fun science research station
87 Australia: Scientists push to list platypus as threatened
88 Exact Sciences to participate in December investor conference
89 Researchers minimize quantum backaction in thermodynamic systems via entangled measurement
90 Scientists kill cancer cells in mice in ‘world first’ development
91 Scientists are recreating the smell of 16th-century Europe
92 Scientists Just Discovered a Whopping 12,000 New Species of Microbes
93 Will the Covid vaccine be safe? What the scientists want to see
94 Institut Polytechnique de Paris and Accenture Form Strategic Partnership to Leverage Science and Technology to Address Major Societal, Economic, and Environmental Challenges
95 Oxford Scientists Slam Facebook For 'Censorship' Over COVID Mask-Wearing Article
96 Worm Study Shows CBD Science Has a Way to Go: Cannabis Weekly
97 Scientists Say: Puberty
98 Manufacturing Is The Missing Piece For Philly's Life Sciences Industry
99 Nation must support science
100 Scientists aghast as hopes for landslide Biden election victory vanish