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title Science | AAAS
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  • [H2] Master conductor of antibody responses in gut helps compose diverse and healthy microbiome
  • [H2] COVID-19 risks to global food security
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  • [H2] Stonehenge sarsens
  • [H2] Protection against PKD
  • [H2] Coronavirus: Research, Commentary, and News
  • [H2] Doctors diagnose advanced cancer—in a dinosaur
  • [H2] Radical shift in COVID-19 testing strategy needed to reopen schools and businesses, researchers say
  • [H2] Twitter account of embattled #MeTooSTEM founder suspended
  • [H2] Watch: Hiroshima survivor explains why 75 years of radiation research is so important
  • [H2] Groups protest exclusion of HIV-infected people from coronavirus vaccine trials
  • [H2] Antiabortion ethicists and scientists dominate Trump’s fetal tissue review board
  • [H2] The pandemic is hitting scientist parents hard, and some solutions may backfire
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  • [H2] For scientists’ working hours, what does ‘done’ mean?
  • [H2] ‘Ethically troubling.’ University reopening plans put professors, students on edge
  • [H2] Racism in science is real. Universities must champion change
  • [H2] A day in the life of a science gaming entrepreneur
  • [H2] Journals
  • [H2] Solar flares
  • [H2] Mountains and monsoons created Tibetan biodiversity
  • [H2] Lizard man
  • [H2] Silicon’s absorption limit
  • [H2] Aging and immune dysfunction
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  • [H2] A human immune system sans MAITs
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  • [H2] Suppressing metastasis for proliferation
  • [H2] Lovastatin treats endothelial dysfunction in LMNA cardiomyopathy
  • [H2] Estimating SARS-CoV-2 prevalence in the US from influenza surveillance
  • [H2] First Release Science papers
  • [H2] The hepatocyte clock and feeding control chronophysiology of multiple liver cell types
  • [H2] Julich-Brain: A 3D probabilistic atlas of the human brains cytoarchitecture
  • [H2] Adaptation of SARS-CoV-2 in BALB/c mice for testing vaccine efficacy
  • [H2] The immunogenetics of sexual parasitism
  • [H2] Proton-electron mass ratio from laser spectroscopy of HD+ at the part-per-trillion level
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  • [H2] Watch: Hiroshima survivor explains why 75 years of radiation research is so important
  • [H2] This tiny camera can show the world from a bug’s point of view
  • [H2] Watch: Threatened pools in Mexican desert hold clues to early life
  • [H2] Sharks ‘functionally extinct’ from one in five coral reefs
  • [H2] Dogs may use Earth’s magnetic field to take shortcuts
  • [H2] Insights View all Insights
  • [H2] COVID-19 risks to global food security
  • [H2] Can we predict solar flares?
  • [H2] Fine-tuning receptor–G protein activation and signaling
  • [H2] How does SARS-CoV-2 cause COVID-19?
  • [H2] ScienceInsider
  • [H2] Radical shift in COVID-19 testing strategy needed to reopen schools and businesses, researchers say
  • [H2] Twitter account of embattled #MeTooSTEM founder suspended
  • [H2] Groups protest exclusion of HIV-infected people from coronavirus vaccine trials
  • [H2] Antiabortion ethicists and scientists dominate Trump’s fetal tissue review board
  • [H2] The pandemic is hitting scientist parents hard, and some solutions may backfire
  • [H2] Editor's Picks
  • [H2] School openings across globe suggest ways to keep coronavirus at bay, despite outbreaks
  • [H2] Point of no return: COVID-19 and the U.S. healthcare system: An emergency physician’s perspective
  • [H2] Taming cytokine storm
  • [H2] Graduate programs drop GRE after online version raises concerns about fairness
  • [H2] Reducing transmission of SARS-CoV-2
  • [H2] Swine flu strain with human pandemic potential increasingly found in pigs in China
  • [H2] Sequencing seismograms: A panoptic view of scattering in the core-mantle boundary region
  • [H2] A mysterious company’s coronavirus papers in top medical journals may be unraveling
  • [H2] Fifty-four scientists have lost their jobs as a result of NIH probe into foreign ties
  • [H2] Latest News
  • [H2] Science Podcast View all episodes
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  • [H2] How To Get Published
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  • [H3] Evolution of the human brain
  • [H3] Ductile van der Waals materials
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  • [H3] Evolution
  • [H3] Development
  • [H3] Neuroscience
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