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1 These 120000-year-old footprints offer early evidence for humans in Arabia
2 Ocean's hidden heat measured with earthquake sounds
3 Emails Detail Effort to Silence C.D.C. and Question Its Science
4 Turkish scientists and physicians face criminal investigations after criticizing COVID-19 policies
5 Meet the man who told Trump climate change is real
6 This Week in Science
7 COVID-19 shows why health systems science matters so much
8 Portugal's airport plans threaten wetlands
9 Predicted growth in plastic waste exceeds efforts to mitigate plastic pollution
10 COVID-19 data scandal prompts tweaks to elite journal's review process
11 News at a glance
12 (Sub)stellar companions shape the winds of evolved stars
13 Science trainees face uncertain career prospects. Professional development programs can help
14 Delivering a difference
15 Climate change denialist given top role at major U.S. science agency
16 Systemic racism in higher education
17 Global citizen deliberation on genome editing
18 Dozens of scientific journals have vanished from the internet, and no one preserved them
19 COVID-19: a stress test for trust in science
20 'The Science Guy' uses culturally-relevant science projects to change perspectives
21 Scientists win award for giving an alligator helium and making it shout
22 Reversible structural transformations in supercooled liquid water from 135 to 245 K
23 Offline: Remembering the scientists
24 Global efforts to protect biodiversity fall short
25 Pelosi to church: 'Follow science' on COVID-19 restrictions
26 How science should support researchers with visual impairments
27 Northwestern University students, senior citizens hold monthly science talks
28 Trump lied about science
29 America’s Top Science Journal Has Had It With Trump
30 The burden of stigma
31 Pandemic inspires new push to shrink jails and prisons
32 Coronavirus shows science can be messy when it unfolds in real time
33 Science and Medicine, Under Pressure
34 Creepy sea spiders have evolved to be tough
35 Opinion: Science can't tell Gov. Whitmer how and when to reopen Michigan
36 Trump blasted for 'fighting science, not the virus' as U.S. nears melancholic milestone: 200,000 Covid deaths
37 Ethical or exploitative—should prisoners participate in COVID-19 vaccine trials?
38 CDC Virus Testing Guidance Was Posted Against Scientists' Objections
39 Supercooled water is a stable liquid, scientists show for the first time
40 Following the microscopic pathway to adsorption through chemisorption and physisorption wells
41 To fight COVID-19, a young epidemiologist bridges the gulf between science and U.S. politics
42 An excess of small-scale gravitational lenses observed in galaxy clusters
43 An astronomically dated record of Earth's climate and its predictability over the last 66 million years
44 New revelations reinforce concerns that Trump's political motives are a higher priority than Americans' health
45 Trump spurns science on climate: 'Don't think science knows'
46 UC Berkeley launches new center for psychedelic science and education
47 Climate crisis 233m years ago reshaped life on Earth, say scientists
48 Mantra 'follow the data and science' to crush Covid-19 falls short for Latinx and southeast San Francisco
49 In Brazil's wealthiest state, scientists fear a budget plan could cripple research
50 Leader of U.S. vaccine push says he'll quit if politics trumps science
51 United States establishes a dozen AI and quantum information science research centers
52 Science Debunked
53 How psychedelic science is changing life and death
54 Why COVID-19 is more deadly in people with obesity—even if they're young
55 Black scientists matter
56 50 years ago, scientists were on the trail of a brain-eating amoeba
57 Can you catch COVID-19 from your neighbor's toilet?
58 The world's deepest freshwater cave just got a whole lot deeper
59 Ancient DNA tracks Vikings across Europe
60 How big money is powering a massive hunt for alien intelligence
61 Red mud is piling up. Can scientists figure out what to do with it?
62 Something Weird Is Happening on Venus
63 Cannabis research database shows how U.S. funding focuses on harms of the drug
64 How German military scientists likely identified the nerve agent used to attack Alexei Navalny
65 The coronavirus may shut down the immune system's vital classrooms
66 Universal coherence protection in a solid-state spin qubit
67 Scientists discover what happens in our brains when we make educated guesses
68 Opinion: Use science to stop sexual harassment in higher education
69 Structure-based design of prefusion-stabilized SARS-CoV-2 spikes
70 CDC makes U-turn on Covid testing guidelines that prompted backlash
71 The origins of water
72 Widespread hematite at high latitudes of the Moon
73 Industrial waste can turn planet-warming carbon dioxide into stone
74 Ex-Employee at Australian Science Agency Avoids Prison After Mining Crypto on Supercomputers
75 A triple-star system with a misaligned and warped circumstellar disk shaped by disk tearing
76 Bodybuilding supplement promotes healthy aging and extends life span, at least in mice
77 Scientists 'scent train' honeybees to boost sunflowers' seed production
78 It's not just cars that make pollution. It's the roads they drive on, too
79 Most massive black hole merger yet puzzles astronomers
80 Seeing around corners: Cells solve mazes and respond at a distance using attractant breakdown
81 Henrietta Lacks: science must right a historical wrong
82 Hartree-Fock on a superconducting qubit quantum computer
83 An 'uncoordinated' immune response may explain why COVID-19 strikes some hard, particularly the elderly
84 Lack of UK airport tests aiding Covid-19 spread, scientists warn
85 Climate Scientists Take Their Closest Look Yet at the Warming Impact of Aviation Emissions
86 Ocean warming has seafloor species headed in the wrong direction
87 Some people can get the pandemic virus twice, a study suggests. That is no reason to panic
88 Challenge to scientists: does your ten-year-old code still run?
89 From leprosy to COVID-19, how stigma makes it harder to fight epidemics
90 A trusted node–free eight-user metropolitan quantum communication network
91 If bacteria stick together, they can survive for years in space
92 Tales from the storm: how four scientists tracked Hurricane Laura
93 Scientist Who Denies Climate Change Hired At NOAA By Trump Administration
94 Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures
95 Here's how the U.S. could release a COVID-19 vaccine before the election—and why that scares some
96 High sensitivity of Bering Sea winter sea ice to winter insolation and carbon dioxide over the last 5500 years
97 ‘Really Diabolical’: Inside the Coronavirus That Outsmarted Science
98 Stonehenge enhanced sounds like voices or music for people inside the monument
99 A “Global Safety Net” to reverse biodiversity loss and stabilize Earth's climate
100 9 Drug Companies Pledge to 'Stand With Science' on Coronavirus Vaccines