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1 The Disturbing History of Research into Transgender Identity
2 Quantum Time Twist Offers a Way to Create Schrödinger's Clock
3 AI Assesses Alzheimer's Risk by Analyzing Word Usage
4 A Medical Student Contemplates Pandemic-Era Isolation--and Connection
5 On November 3, Vote to End Attacks on Science
6 We Must Mobilize to Avert a Lonely Earth
7 Can a Moon Base Be Safe for Astronauts?
8 What We Know So Far about How COVID Affects the Nervous System
9 Searching for the Atoms of Life
10 US Cities' Actions Fall Short of Lofty Climate Goals
11 Decoding a Disorder at the Interface of Mind and Brain
12 When Scientists Become Political Dissenters
13 Beehives on a Cliff Wall Are Protected from Predators and Pesticides
14 Climate Portion of Final Trump-Biden Debate Revolved Around Ending Oil, Wind 'Fumes'
15 Leading Scientists Urge Voters to Dump Trump
16 Yoga May Bolster the Brain Regions Most Affected by Aging
17 When Will Football Stadiums Look Normal Again?
18 California's Mega Fires Have Arrived 30 Years Early
19 This Beetle's Stab-Proof Exoskeleton Makes It Almost Indestructible
20 Repairing Earth once the Pandemic Is Over
21 How Straight Talk Helped One State Control COVID
22 Yes, Science Is Political
23 Resist Misinformation, Watch Birds and Remember Plagues
24 Do We Live in a Simulation? Chances Are about 50–50
25 First Room-Temperature Superconductor Excites and Baffles Scientists
26 Human Challenge Trials Will Deliberately Infect Dozens in the U.K.
27 COVID Misinformation Is Killing People
28 Storm-Surfing Parasites Spread Widely
29 50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: November 2020
30 If Past Is a Guide, Arctic Could Be Verging on Permafrost Collapse
31 Teaching Anti-Racism to the Next Generation of Doctors
32 Scientists Failed to Use Common Sense Early in the Pandemic
33 Updates On A COVID 19 Vaccine with Tanya Lewis of Scientific American
34 Why Doubt Is Essential to Science
35 Coronavirus News Roundup: October 10-October 16
36 Has the Drug-Based Approach to Mental Illness Failed?
37 America's Last Line of Defense for a Safe Vaccine
38 Humans Are All More Closely Related Than We Commonly Think
39 The Science of America's Dueling Political Narratives
40 Eight Persistent COVID-19 Myths and Why People Believe Them
41 How Trump Exemplifies Our Ableist Culture
42 How to Revolutionize Biodiversity Conservation in the U.S.
43 Presidential Debates Have Shockingly Little Effect on Election Outcomes
44 Trump's Illness and the Need for a Reset on US Coronavirus Policy
45 Physician-Politicians Tout Medical Credentials in Key U.S. Congressional Races
46 Upcoming Supreme Court Ruling Could Jeopardize Health Insurance for People with COVID
47 It's the End of the World ... Somewhere
48 I Can't Breathe: Asthma, Black Men and the Police
49 How Andrea Ghez Won the Nobel for an Experiment Nobody Thought Would Work
50 Echolocation Drains Bats Traveling through Noise
51 Confronting Misinformation
52 Fruit Flies Plug into the Matrix
53 New Space Weather Network Extends over Africa
54 What if a Pill Can Change Your Politics or Religious Beliefs?
55 Our Brain Is Better at Remembering Where to Find Brownies Than Cherry Tomatoes
56 Black Hole Scientists Win Nobel Prize in Physics
57 Why So Many Americans Are Skeptical of a Coronavirus Vaccine
58 Water on Mars: Discovery of Three Buried Lakes Intrigues Scientists
59 Flu Season Never Came to the Southern Hemisphere
60 One in Seven Dire COVID Cases May Result from a Faulty Immune Response
61 COVID-19 Is Now the Third Leading Cause of Death in the U.S.
62 U.S. Wind and Solar Installations Are Smashing Records, but the Trend May Not Last
63 NASA's OSIRIS-REx Seeks to Grab a Piece of Asteroid Bennu
64 THE FUTURE OF MARS EXPLORATION (SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN), Oct 29, 2020, virtual, 3:00-4:30 pm ET
65 Lab-Made 'Miniproteins' Could Block the Coronavirus from Infecting Cells
66 Why Social Media Makes Us More Polarized and How to Fix It
67 How to Take Racial Bias Out of Kidney Tests
68 Bird Brains Are Far More Humanlike Than Once Thought
69 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to Discovery of 'Genetic Scissors' Called CRISPR/Cas9
70 Supreme Court Nominee Barrett Resisted Climate Science, but Other Judges Have Embraced It
71 Humans Make Wild Animals Less Wary
72 Magic Is (Literally) for the Birds
73 A NASA Probe May Have Found Signs of Life on Venus 40 Years Ago
74 Greenland Is Melting at Some of the Fastest Rates in 12000 Years
75 Science journal editors shouldn't contribute to politicizing science
76 Science, Science Publications, and the US Election
77 Opinion: The facts about our presidential choices
78 Should scientists take a position in the US election?
79 A look at the stakes for science in the presidential election
80 In a First, New England Journal of Medicine Joins Never-Trumpers
81 BERNSTEIN: Sensationalist science harmful in age of coronavirus, climate change
82 Endorses Joe Biden
83 Earth911 Reader: This Week's Sustainability, Recycling, Business and Science News Summarized | Earth 911
84 Coronavirus update: U.S. death toll tops 217,000; the magazine Nature becomes the latest science journal to blast Trump’s pandemic management
85 The World-Changing Technology of Textiles
86 Planet Earth Report –“Search for Extraterrestrial Atoms of Life to NASA’s ‘Exciting’ Moon Discovery”
87 Opinion: How people embrace the world according to Donald Trump
88 Armstrong: Standing up for science this presidential election
89 AstraZeneca Announces Winners and Recognizes Unsung Heroes of Oncology in 2020 Cancer Community (C2) Awards
90 A Study Shows There's a 50% Chance We're Living in a Simulation
91 Explore 175 Years of Words in Scientific American
92 Political Commentary: 'Fake News' Hurts | The Daily News
93 The Great Barrier Reef has lost half of its corals within the last 25 years — The Ticker
94 vs. the Supernatural
95 Reckoning with Our Mistakes
96 Plant Pathologist Pamela Ronald Named GCHERA World Agriculture Prize Laureate
97 The Atlantic in rare endorsement urges voting for Biden: 'Vote for the decent man' | TheHill
98 175 Years of Scientific American: The Good, the Bad and the Debunking
99 For your health and economic wellbeing, listen to the scientists
100 Point of View: Take a closer look at why we, as Americans, are failing