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1 Science's new frontier
2 This Week in Science
3 Watch the winners of this year's 'Dance Your Ph.D.' contest
4 Multidecadal climate oscillations during the past millennium driven by volcanic forcing
5 Science at Sundance 2021
6 Estimated transmissibility and impact of SARS-CoV-2 lineage B.1.1.7 in England
7 Ireland's main science funder plans for budget boost
8 Fewer butterflies seen by community scientists across the warming and drying landscapes of the American West
9 USDA Science Strengthens US Efforts to End COVID-19
10 A COSMIC approach to nanoscale science
11 Editors' Choice
12 News at a glance
13 Interior Reverses Trump Science Policy, Vows to Free Career Staff From Political Interference
14 Data in paper about Swedish schoolchildren come under fire
15 First Brazilian-made satellite watches the Amazon
16 NIH apologizes for 'structural racism,' pledges change
17 NC Citizen Science Study Captures 2.2M Wildlife Images
18 Supplementary Materials
19 By not including everyone, genome science has blind spots
20 Nuclear medicine
21 Eyeless worms detect color
22 Harvard science historian explores skepticism about science | Around the O
23 Human embryo research beyond the primitive streak
24 Editorial Expression of Concern
25 'Decolonizing Science' Class Tracks COVID's Impact on Navajo
26 Willie Hutch Jones Educational & Sports Program 6th Annual Science Fair & Showcase
27 Science Wins at the Interior Department
28 Most People Don't Know When to Stop Talking, According to Science
29 Scaling behavior of stiffness and strength of hierarchical network nanomaterials
30 When should you end a conversation? Probably sooner than you think
31 Scientists link star-shredding event to origins of universe's highest-energy particles
32 Trust science, not unions
33 WHO's treatment megatrial is at a standstill
34 The influence of juvenile dinosaurs on community structure and diversity
35 Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Science hosts virtual research night March 11
36 SAS named a Leader in 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms
37 How tuberculosis reshaped our immune systems
38 Limited Submission Opportunity: 2022 Takeda Innovators in Science Award–Gastroenterology
39 Democrats With Science Resume Recruited to Run in Covid-19 Era
40 Scientists explore the action mechanism of a new antibiotic
41 Infectious diseases and social distancing in nature
42 To keep nationalism in check, nurture science solidarity
43 Targeting a neoantigen derived from a common TP53 mutation
44 Scientists Detect Signs of a Hidden Structure Inside Earth's Core
45 Stop Trying to Out-Science Transphobes
46 A red-letter day for RBC research
47 Daily briefing: Scientists want virtual conferences to stay
48 Ancient papyrus holds the world's oldest guide to mummification
49 ‘Green’ burials are slowly gaining ground among environmentalists
50 TV tonight: how science could reverse the climate crisis
51 Scientists entered people's dreams and got them 'talking'
52 Scientists Push Back on DOJ Charges Against Harvard Professor
53 Marvel exhibit at Museum of Science and Industry is a smash
54 Study reveals extent of privacy vulnerabilities with Amazon's Alexa
55 The Georgetown Company Announces Development of 200000 Square Foot Life Science Hub at 787 11th Avenue
56 Does how we think influence what we think? – podcast | Science
57 Female green tree frogs have noise-canceling lungs that help them hear mates
58 Cuttlefish show self-control, pass 'marshmallow test'
59 Catnip repels insects. Scientists may have finally found out how
60 Meet the swirlon, a new kind of matter that bends the laws of physics
61 Brazil’s Covid Crisis Is a Warning to the Whole World, Scientists Say
62 Franklin Regional National Science Bowl team advances to national competition
63 Photos of Amelia Earhart, Marie Curie and others come alive (creepily), thanks to AI
64 New Dean to Lead Clarkson's School of Arts & Sciences
65 Porous crystal guides reaction to transform CO2
66 Scientists Discover an 81-Year-Old Snapper
67 Twistoptics--A new way to control optical nonlinearity
68 Science News: 'Green' burials are slowly gaining ground among environmentalists
69 Orogenic quiescence in Earth's middle age
70 Greg Abbott's head-scratching, anti-science decision to end the Texas mask mandate
71 Seismic crustal imaging using fin whale songs
72 California coronavirus strain may be more infectious—and lethal
73 Aggressor Adventures Consumer Travel Index Highlights Warm Weather and Blue Mind Science
74 'Space hurricane' observed above the North Pole
75 Reintroduction of the archaic variant of NOVA1 in cortical organoids alters neurodevelopment
76 Transient HCl in the atmosphere of Mars
77 Fecal microbiota transplant overcomes resistance to anti–PD-1 therapy in melanoma patients
78 Scientists find unexpected animal life far beneath Antarctica’s floating ice shelves
79 'Politics was always in the room.' WHO mission chief reflects on China trip seeking COVID-19's origin
80 First record of the sound produced by the oldest Upper Paleolithic seashell horn
81 England's Stonehenge was erected in Wales first
82 Do marmosets understand others' conversations? A thermography approach
83 Danish scientists see tough times ahead as they watch more contagious COVID-19 virus surge
84 South Africa suspends use of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine after it fails to clearly stop virus variant
85 Chemists create and capture einsteinium, the elusive 99th element
86 Coronavirus: Bat scientists find new evidence
87 COVID's mental-health toll: how scientists are tracking a surge in depression
88 Should you mix and match COVID-19 vaccines? Scientists are seeking answers
89 Heating Arctic may be to blame for snowstorms in Texas, scientists argue
90 Mummy with a gold tongue found in Egypt
91 Asteroid the size of the Golden Gate Bridge will whiz past Earth in March
92 Scientists Call on CDC to Set Air Standards for Workplaces, Now
93 How Scientists Are Trying to Spot New Viruses Before They Cause Pandemics
94 U.K. Virus Variant Is Probably Deadlier, Scientists Say
95 The Coronavirus Is a Master of Mixing Its Genome, Worrying Scientists
96 Covid-19: U.K.-Based Variant Is Probably More Lethal, Scientists Say
97 What scientists know about the new variants and the Covid-19 vaccines
98 The science stories likely to make headlines in 2021
99 Our favorite science news stories of 2020 (non–COVID-19 edition)
100 Video