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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-06 10:00    
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Lecture halls remain silent, labs sit idle, administrators grapple with how to safely resume classes, and the finan… https://t.co/Naypr6YpvH

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 09:30    
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From the vault: Was Jung’s psychology is built on racist foundations? https://t.co/4YrQrgzsjU

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New Scientist | 2020-06-06 09:29    
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This week's literary reference comes courtesy of satirist Jonathan Swift https://t.co/liZ1a5auQa

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New Scientist | 2020-06-06 09:01    
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Food poisoning outbreaks could be traced by spraying crops with microbial spores that have DNA 'barcodes', which ha… https://t.co/RZa2GYDtb9

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 08:30    
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It’s weird that women live beyond menopause. The "grandmother hypothesis" may explain why women outlive t… https://t.co/tCZPhgBKrp

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 08:00    
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The “Pillars of Creation,” a photograph of part of the Eagle Nebula, is one of the most iconic images ever taken by… https://t.co/CcyVJZT5qL

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 07:30    
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The veteran astronaut weighs in on the first US crewed flight since 2011, and what may come next. https://t.co/THaq78we2Z

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 06:30    
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Thousands of years of historical records show people are likely struck by meteorites surprisingly often. https://t.co/BJXXdODw6c

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 06:00    
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Like biological brains, artificial neural networks may depend on slow-wave sleep for learning. https://t.co/htkyzWY2DR

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 05:30    
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The quantum internet promises entirely secure communication. But cybersecurity experts say quantum mechanics opens… https://t.co/OKPfuEa7SW

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News from Science | 2020-06-06 05:30    
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Men tend to get sicker from the novel #coronavirus than women, data has shown. Now, scientists investigating how th… https://t.co/dWOSzc7bWO

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-06 05:01    
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Called "far-UVC," this light is supposed to thwart pathogens like SARS-CoV-2 without harming humans — but… https://t.co/EbNPeT3b1u

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News from Science | 2020-06-06 04:30    
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A new hypothesis suggests injury to blood vessels may drive some patients’ deadly spiral into critical illness. https://t.co/wWd3TTEHkG

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News from Science | 2020-06-06 03:30    
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A company that provided patient data for several high-profile #COVID19 papers has come under withering online scrut… https://t.co/OitItArSh8

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-06 00:08    
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Researchers studying the Dead Sea Scrolls have figured out a way to use DNA testing to help put together the 25,000… https://t.co/cfd2Xs7Wb2

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-06 00:00    
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Big, headline-grabbing launches are often accompanied by national pride. But we should not forget about the global… https://t.co/4DZNe3DBgd

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 23:40    
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A look at the pandemic’s most controversial drug. https://t.co/fVDleEV6tz

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 23:30    
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These blue and red striped barcodelike images represents more than a century of temperature data—and its available… https://t.co/G85cFRoi57

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 23:00    
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A growing emphasis on do-it-yourself research and low-cost, open-source science is helping researchers to equip lab… https://t.co/Gz9ajNuUJv

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-05 22:45    
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Ahead of the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens’ death, the London museum that bears his name has released the fi… https://t.co/EpzUs60ved

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Science News | 2020-06-05 22:40    
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As we enter the summer of COVID-19, parents are wondering what’s safe and how the virus affects kids. Here’s what w… https://t.co/JrGrUZi6ki

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 22:30    
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From Doggerland to Beringia, the sea took some of prehistory’s most important archaeological sites. All over the wo… https://t.co/tjrgN4nYpJ

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 22:30    
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Gary Urton, a prominent Harvard archaeologist, has been put on leave amid allegations of sexual harassment. https://t.co/4Zqyt6q70r

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-05 22:29    
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A pandemic from a century ago doesn’t necessarily chart the course of the pandemic happening now. https://t.co/Kdfar64Mj9

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Popular Science | 2020-06-05 22:06    
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Black birders have never been safe or celebrated https://t.co/9zTQU3oJrd https://t.co/4KHk53YMJf

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-05 22:05    
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Built over the course of 200 years, Aguada Fénix was abandoned just 50 years after its completion. https://t.co/Mooob3MyeS

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 22:00    
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The pandemic could slow China's momentum by shrinking research funding and severely squeezing the pipeline of stude… https://t.co/41xR0ymqW9

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 21:30    
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"As more and more people speak out, there is a growing sense of commonality and recognition that this must change."… https://t.co/p6vahn5Oh8

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-05 21:19    
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The scientist penned a proposed plague cure in his handwritten notes. Now, two pages of these previously unpublishe… https://t.co/c1wBjqm1ue

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 21:00    
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What the data say about police shootings in the US [2019] https://t.co/r957o039UH https://t.co/4J3ZvS0Evz

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 20:30    
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Amidst the #COVID19 pandemic and its economic impacts, one stream of revenue has remained healthy: the money univer… https://t.co/6J8bkc7ebp

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 20:16    
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Retracted studies had relied on health-record analyses from a company that declined to share its raw data for an au… https://t.co/rJWvosczdh

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 20:16    
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The coronavirus is killing a disproportionate number of people of colour. As systemic injustices are brought to the… https://t.co/IKvYubHAri

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-05 19:59    
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Participants traveled from across the country—young and old, black and white, celebrities and ordinary citizens.… https://t.co/cZYYAdfJSe

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 19:59    
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Recent NEJM and Lancet retractions: “This whole event is catastrophic — it is problematic for the integrity of scie… https://t.co/FDZZrlrPr6

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Science News | 2020-06-05 19:40    
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Findings so far suggest that the Dead Sea Scrolls reflect religious and biblical developments across southern Israe… https://t.co/jYYJ0UFjqq

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 19:30    
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The genome of one remarkable mayfly species brings new clues about how all insects evolved to fly in the first plac… https://t.co/ZqUUoLYzP5

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-05 19:06    
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As many cities enter the reopening phase allowing restaurants to operate, they must move forward working with reduc… https://t.co/WKpL1sM5gb

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 18:30    
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Most people don't notice massive color distortion in their peripheral vision https://t.co/IqfeZoDR4W

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 18:30    
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In the first big research scandal of the #COVID19 era, two journals have retracted high-profile papers after a comp… https://t.co/9ojMd2qq1X

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Science News | 2020-06-05 18:15    
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If this hornet gets established in North America, will people need to stay indoors to survive the invasion? Fortun… https://t.co/4qOQrecu1f

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 18:00    
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“It could be a while before any of us take short hops to faraway places.” https://t.co/IhSsZ6sDyK

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-05 17:51    
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Throughout modern history, art and protest have often gone hand in hand. https://t.co/qVT9kUGPxH

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 17:30    
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How will we really remember this unprecedented event in our lifetimes? A variety of factors — from memory’s malleab… https://t.co/hvqvuBKgzv

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 17:30    
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By merging human and animal studies, scientists may be better able to figure out how to manage social factors to ke… https://t.co/OoglNTg7GW

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 17:30    
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The 3000-year-old site of Aguada Fénix is the oldest and largest Mayan monument to be discovered… https://t.co/Tkm4gPekfV

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Science News | 2020-06-05 17:20    
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The massive Chicxulub crater on Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula is the fingerprint of a killer. But that's not all it re… https://t.co/bk6LMjcAjv

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 17:07    
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The chemicals irritate the skin, eyes and throat. Research suggests that exposure may also raise someone’s risk of… https://t.co/XBjndURW7n

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Popular Science | 2020-06-05 17:02    
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Why are big neutron stars like Tootsie Pops? https://t.co/izEVtrKoA7 https://t.co/LSyqVyobRe

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 17:02    
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An infected and impatient world needs protection from Covid-19, but rushing it won't be easy. How can we speed up a… https://t.co/HTZ4dax2wT

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 16:58    
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PUZZLE Three friends agree to drive from A to B via the shortest road route possible (driving down or right at all… https://t.co/kd84Zbh76d

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 16:30    
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"We get to see 16 sunrises and 16 sunsets a day" - @astro_timpeake tells us about the view from the International S… https://t.co/mktawMZqyI

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 16:30    
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Operation Warp Speed, the White House-led program to fast-track #COVID19 vaccines, unveiled publicly last month a l… https://t.co/4kbPghsj6M

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 16:00    
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India’s government is recommending that front-line workers take #hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus infectio… https://t.co/0XMZpbUpQ8

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 15:30    
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We spoke to a scientist who led a clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine about the limitations of the “internet-based… https://t.co/Fvg6StJZdq

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Popular Science | 2020-06-05 15:23    
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How to dress for success, staunch bleeding, and avoid #COVID19 while marching. Essential first aid tips for protes… https://t.co/Nkq2FjrjCB

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 15:00    
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A 2019 paper found that a black man in the US is 2.5 times more likely than a white man to be killed by the police… https://t.co/cVMnlgiQBz

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 14:30    
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About 20 years ago, studies indicated hitting an asteroid with something big could shatter it. But now, better mode… https://t.co/FhYExYhMaN

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 14:00    
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The #coronavirus crisis has underlined just how fast and open science publishing can be. https://t.co/bq7yqiEoxF

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 13:30    
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You probably don't think about the Dirac equation on an average day, but it describes just about everything that ha… https://t.co/0bQ0ELqFO7

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 13:30    
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Latest #coronavirus research: 👉Blood type might influence #COVID19risk. 👉Large clinical trial finds no evidence tha… https://t.co/WvZDcnDFjO

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 13:10    
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Thousands of researchers have jumped into studying coronavirus and many want to continue: part 8 in a series on sci… https://t.co/rJJMW1OvFb

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 13:01    
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The unveiling of a 4,000-year-old civilization calls into question conventional ideas about ancient culture, trade,… https://t.co/OB1qMHUKF0

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 12:37    
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For some people, the symptoms of Lyme disease never go away after treatment. Now we have clues about why this happe… https://t.co/vM3tPJEjJ8

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 12:20    
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On the latest New Scientist Weekly podcast we discuss (amongst other things) the link between @the1975 and… https://t.co/ULfLt9M2ow

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Science News | 2020-06-05 12:20    
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The heart has its own brain. Now, scientists have drawn a detailed map of this little brain, called the intracardia… https://t.co/0GJfyGAhUu

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 12:00    
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“There’s really nothing to break anymore. This was the last resolution barrier.” https://t.co/LBMjAj6jr2

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 11:56    
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Good morning, here are the #COVID19 headlines today. For more updates, check the summary on our website:… https://t.co/M14Aa6q6rI

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 11:30    
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Focused beams of ultrasound can reach deep into the brain to deliver drugs or gene therapies to targeted areas with… https://t.co/d8MOMFdzN4

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 11:30    
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The Chile sandalwood tree was last seen on Robinson Crusoe Island in 1908. It is one of almost 600 species of plant… https://t.co/u1bRsm0XpY

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 10:30    
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In the latest effort to revive the United States’s flagging nuclear industry, the Department of Energy aims to sele… https://t.co/xt1Kzw4L0k

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 10:27    
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How the UK’s handling of testing, contact tracing, protective equipment and lockdown led to one of the highest covi… https://t.co/lcjwrYs1pL

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 10:00    
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Researchers hope that using cohorts to study the #oronavirus will have both long- and short-term benefits. https://t.co/mC5AiIPDTH

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 09:30    
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Perhaps no country is more vulnerable to #COVID19’s depredations than Yemen. Even before the virus’ arrival, the co… https://t.co/Prq7iavT24

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 09:10    
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SARS-CoV-2 came from an animal but finding which one will be tricky, as will laying to rest speculation of a lab es… https://t.co/DGtGpwWN4e

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 08:30    
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The only way to know if a medical treatment actually works is with a randomized-controlled trial. https://t.co/Gy18dowXhn

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 08:30    
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Scientists in Venezuela and abroad have rushed to defend the Venezuelan Academy of Physical, Mathematical and Natur… https://t.co/4GahIl42yB

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 08:00    
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The coronavirus pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives, including our eating habits. https://t.co/wO6c2RcHsL

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 07:30    
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Thanks to some ancient interbreeding, a gene that protects against gut parasites helped make goats among the first… https://t.co/Nl8Rp6k4be

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 07:01    
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Like a phoenix rising from its ashes, scientists believe one of Mars’ current moons, Phobos, may have been born fro… https://t.co/DGrXFs4qUG

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 06:30    
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New fathers face many changes after their child’s birth, and need more support, experts say. https://t.co/X7NbeEDmKf

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 06:30    
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By comparing Cold War-era images with modern data, scientists have found a way to track the decline of biodiversity… https://t.co/ncigo2M87r

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 06:00    
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What is considered a plant-based diet, and what makes it so healthy? https://t.co/2RKzYk8WJk

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 05:30    
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For many, hoarding is a deep, dark secret. But researchers are still unraveling the disorder’s mysteries — and comi… https://t.co/BVwfvTzJJ8

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 05:30    
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Science's content on the novel #coronavirus is all in one place—including our news stories supported by the… https://t.co/VspUjo3wwh

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 05:05    
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Our podcast this week discusses a new asteroid paper by astrophysicist @DrBrianMay (better known as the Queen guita… https://t.co/IZ98ZuM35X

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 05:01    
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For generations, astronomers have dreamed of building telescopes on the lunar farside. https://t.co/NrStIAU0rZ

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 04:30    
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“We’re simply left to watch the wave spread out and worry about imperiled species in its path.” While humans are fi… https://t.co/0iBC3B2zFc

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 03:30    
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An international team of scientists whose funding for research on bat coronaviruses was recently yanked by the U.S.… https://t.co/uI0D4IKLVC

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Popular Science | 2020-06-05 02:57    
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Many jurisdictions are formally declaring racism a public health issue. It’s undeniable: https://t.co/obM13TlS6r

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Popular Science | 2020-06-05 02:03    
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Driving on Germany’s Autobahn is a bucket-list experience for many an automotive enthusiast. But what about pedalin… https://t.co/ZzWO0vREMY

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New Scientist | 2020-06-05 02:00    
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On the latest New Scientist Weekly: the UK response to coronavirus; Mars' moon Phobos; the mystery of chronic Lyme;… https://t.co/o6Shnay7xL

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News from Science | 2020-06-05 00:05    
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The Lancet and The New England Journal of Medicine today retracted two high-profile papers after a company declined… https://t.co/KxZgF9WBxe

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-05 00:00    
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You might not realize it, but you’re constantly smelling your own hands to learn about the people and world around… https://t.co/D0WXKlgKey

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-05 00:00    
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Researchers are urgently trying to discover which species can catch the #coronavirus, and whether they can pass it… https://t.co/TxojEYpYfL

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 23:49    
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It’s worthwhile to take a look back at how since its inception, “Sesame Street” has been rooted in African-American… https://t.co/QV03KDRchR

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 23:30    
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The transit is directing attention to the oft-ignored neighbor that could teach us a lot about our own world—with s… https://t.co/DgMpAjkGSP

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 23:00    
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Giant impacts could explain the many differences between the ice giants of our solar system, computer simulations s… https://t.co/zJxbk6JiEa

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Science News | 2020-06-04 22:40    
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Genetic clues extracted from slivers of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls are helping to piece together related scroll re… https://t.co/xXo6154lfh

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 22:35    
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Clouds of tear gas are rising across the country as scores of protesters line city streets in the wake of George Fl… https://t.co/ysrhOOjCUb

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 22:30    
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Men tend to get sicker from the novel #coronavirus than women, data has shown. Now, scientists have zeroed in on a… https://t.co/NL5B76L0eC

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Science News | 2020-06-04 22:06    
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Hydroxychloroquine is no better than a sugar pill at stopping health-care workers and others exposed to COVID-19 fr… https://t.co/mGQdZ7V9xu

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 22:00    
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It isn’t easy being a loner — but in the slime mold world, natural selection favors it. Populations wouldn’t surviv… https://t.co/FSf2FClnvp

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 22:00    
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In her new book The Next Great Migration, @soniashah argues that we should help people, plants and animals who are… https://t.co/vDmhD3b7iE

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Popular Science | 2020-06-04 21:49    
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A major study just found hydroxychloroquine doesn’t prevent #COVID19: https://t.co/Bm8fx6z9kg https://t.co/Yv8By2WMAB

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 21:40    
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On May 6, South Korea returned somewhat to normal, with businesses, museums and libraries reopening with social dis… https://t.co/d6dRFN2KCN

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 21:30    
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Stephen Wolfram, a controversial physicist and computer scientist, has united relativity, quantum mechanics and com… https://t.co/VP59EdlYon

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 21:30    
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"That all these things happened literally within days may have created a perfect storm. Now we see. Now we get it.… https://t.co/r5KvcgLxmP

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Science News | 2020-06-04 21:30    
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Samples from wastewater treatment plants, along with widespread diagnostic testing and contact tracing, could help… https://t.co/CcAMoBtTQC

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 21:00    
- @NatureNews:

Home testing kits will likely be an important part of monitoring #coronavirus going forward. https://t.co/DMfMRKFpys

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 20:47    
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The first #BlackBirdersWeek celebrates Black birders and nature enthusiasts while inspiring more conservation-curio… https://t.co/6r0BM6hTgm

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 20:45    
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Scientists Stuck Inside takes a look at the facts: Lockdowns and restrictions are easing, but nothing has changed f… https://t.co/csT6Jd0dmL

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 20:38    
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To help people enter into conversations "in ways that are fruitful," says Spencer Crew, the interim director of… https://t.co/qPw7wTNEea

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 20:30    
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Bringing the beasts back from the dead is a tempting prospect. But genetic evidence suggests we may not fully under… https://t.co/WOWw5uVxOQ

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 20:30    
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Ancient DNA suggests the deep history of the Caribbean includes complex tales of migration and mingling, including… https://t.co/Xs3EvQiXGU

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Science News | 2020-06-04 20:04    
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Mangroves are carbon-sequestering engines, drawing carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and swiftly burying it in s… https://t.co/etMiQt6BVI

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 20:01    
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Researchers found that the less likely a student’s gender and racial groups were to be represented in their field,… https://t.co/F8shZA186L

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 20:00    
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Some institutions have followed government guidelines – others have formulated their own plans for emerging from lo… https://t.co/A0xsoRoseu

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New Scientist | 2020-06-04 19:55    
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Social “bubbles” look unlikely to begin any time soon in the UK, judging from new minutes of government meetings an… https://t.co/2dvV4C8XQH

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 19:30    
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The brightest supernovae, used as cosmic yardsticks, have an unexpected trigger: pairs of dead stars. https://t.co/EJsSaz9355

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Popular Science | 2020-06-04 19:29    
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Does shredded cheese melt better? How much cheese is in FDA-approved “cheese”? It’s #NationalCheeseDay. Almost eve… https://t.co/7HJfciI5yB

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 19:10    
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Some crowd-control weapons can cause serious injury, permanent disabilities or death. Plus: how the COVID-19 pandem… https://t.co/5ahHQdrZkO

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 19:00    
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"If the reluctance of junior researchers like me to talk about racism is regrettable, the silence, and hence compli… https://t.co/kNAMERpBuA

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New Scientist | 2020-06-04 18:45    
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Covid-19 news: • People in the UK are sleeping less well under lockdown • Face coverings will be compulsory on pub… https://t.co/29dEhxsuUx

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 18:42    
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In 2018, we covered the Senate's passage of a similarly intentioned bill titled the Justice for Victims of Lynching… https://t.co/RdVlnc00Cx

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 18:30    
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A mysterious company’s coronavirus papers in top medical journals may be unraveling. Read that story and more in o… https://t.co/ALp471e4cw

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 18:11    
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These resources are designed to foster an equal society, encourage commitment to unbiased choices and promote antir… https://t.co/qehMySof2o

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 18:00    
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In 1207 BCE, during a battle between the Israelites and warriors of Canaan, the "sun stood still and the moon stopp… https://t.co/EsQcyj3S2b

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 18:00    
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India’s government is recommending that front-line workers take #hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus infectio… https://t.co/IxXycRxaZ6

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New Scientist | 2020-06-04 17:49    
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Many biologists suspect the first life on Earth was based on RNA, but a new study suggests DNA could have been in t… https://t.co/eG9SruyIJr

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 17:40    
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The Jurassic Coast has been a World Heritage Site since 2001 and is renowned as one of the most extraordinary fossi… https://t.co/aZj1DMCf22

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Science News | 2020-06-04 17:36    
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#BlackBirdersWeek aims to recognize and uplift Black birders and nature enthusiasts in a hobby often stereotyped as… https://t.co/kJKJbdI7QP

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 17:30    
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Researchers have developed an online vision test—fueled by artificial intelligence—that produces much more accurate… https://t.co/CcwIqsFNKJ

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 17:30    
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Mark Speltz's, "North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South" focuses on how the movement was conceive… https://t.co/UdWLTVgS16

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 17:30    
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#9: A number of studies have shown that pregnant women are about twice as likely to be bitten as women who aren’t p… https://t.co/6RjF7hwRQE

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Smithsonian Magazine | 2020-06-04 17:09    
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Roughly 35 miles south of Jerusalem, in an archaeological site in the Negev desert known as Tel Arad, archaeologist… https://t.co/hetpNTV6jC

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 17:00    
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Warmer waters, heavier storms and nutrient pollution are a triple threat to Great Lakes cities' drinking water. The… https://t.co/pdoEQBXrgF

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 17:00    
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#Coronavirus has brought the academic job market close to collapse, and early-career academics are taking the hit. https://t.co/l4wuIWyTDs

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Popular Science | 2020-06-04 16:57    
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Meet the hard-working microbes that make your favorite cheeses https://t.co/flCVRmaUxZ https://t.co/8znNK8cJxv

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New Scientist | 2020-06-04 16:51    
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The 3000-year-old site of Aguada Fénix is the oldest and largest Mayan monument to be discovered… https://t.co/EXG2vsfNAE

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 16:30    
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PubMed, a massive database of biomedical literature, is one of the U.S. government’s most popular websites, with so… https://t.co/u7UucFyATX

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 16:00    
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Long-term cohort studies that follow thousands of people have been quickly repurposed to study the #coronavirus. https://t.co/Yx2jvzkfCS

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New Scientist | 2020-06-04 15:52    
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Ships around the world are reporting false locations, seeming to circle Point Reyes near San Francisco when they ar… https://t.co/wdfNvpwNb0

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 15:30    
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Is it really true that gender identity is totally absent among nonhuman species — even our closest evolutionary rel… https://t.co/KOkodxO5xe

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News from Science | 2020-06-04 15:30    
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For the second time in just over 10 years, the National Institutes of Health is scrambling to hand out billions of… https://t.co/muZeiayZo3

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 15:00    
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Lecture halls remain silent, labs sit idle, and the financial outlook seems dire. Universities will never be the sa… https://t.co/MHZV0HYtJF

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Popular Science | 2020-06-04 14:58    
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Resources to help protesters navigate: Rubber bullets https://t.co/4Xe6TqjRPu Tear gas https://t.co/3mciX7ebiy D… https://t.co/0BzFkgDoiz
New Scientist | 2020-06-04 14:55    
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A strange asymmetry in the rotation of galaxies we see today hints that the early universe may have spun in a compl… https://t.co/KD1QcKivta

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New Scientist | 2020-06-04 14:29    
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Hundreds of fossil animals that lived more than 500 million years ago had worm-like objects attached to them – the… https://t.co/IY2rSx78ch

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New Scientist | 2020-06-04 14:01    
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Is our model of the universe correct? Yes, but it's not the whole story, says Nobel prizewinner Jim Peebles, who in… https://t.co/k8jl6PVlMq

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 14:00    
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Researchers are investigating ways to help adults who were born extremely prematurely to cope with some of the long… https://t.co/XVrnTTS66x

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Popular Science | 2020-06-04 13:18    
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Cheese chewing gum? For #NationalCheeseDay, here are eight international cheeses you need to try once:… https://t.co/QqqLYZKcj3

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Science News | 2020-06-04 13:11    
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Astronomers think they’ve spotted the first example of a superbright blast of radio waves, called a fast radio burs… https://t.co/5SDJUU2TXg

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 13:10    
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Remote clinical trials and other changes could permanently alter pharmaceutical development: part 7 in a series on… https://t.co/ZInWWNcGOu

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 13:00    
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Name a smart animal. Perhaps dogs, or dolphins, or chimpanzees came to mind. But why not goldfish, salmon, or moray… https://t.co/sWCh2qlAoD

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 13:00    
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“At this resolution, every half ångström opens up a whole universe.” https://t.co/Am6SJMwqwY

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Discover Magazine | 2020-06-04 12:30    
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The United Nations estimates the global population will reach more than 9 billion by 2050, and, by some estimates,… https://t.co/LMFjUeNzMc

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 12:10    
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“We’re eroding the capabilities of the planet to maintain human life and life in general.” Plus: the huge cohort st… https://t.co/62TAr8ghHy

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Nature News & Comment | 2020-06-04 12:10    
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Researchers expect long-term changes that reduce travel for work and conferences: part 6 in a series on science aft… https://t.co/AdaNfVc9J4

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Science News | 2020-06-04 12:10    
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“The collision of these two giant monsters — tropical cyclones and mesoscale eddies — will probably lead to dramati… https://t.co/A2IoyoChUM

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