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Making error-free DNA from RNA using a synthetic enzyme "proofreader": ($)
"Phage therapy" has had a rocky history, but one European trial is carrying on: ($)
How sentinel goblet cells guard the colonic crypt: ($)
This week's @sciencemagazine quiz: bears, mosquitoes, zebra fish, & a novel micro-organism.
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Could "convergence"-based research improve healthcare? This week's Policy Forum: ($)
A single-nucleus sequencing technique for the human brain: ($)
Reviewing the relationship between our microbiome and childhood malnutrition: ($)
Read the research behind hair, scales, and feathers' common ancestor: #ScienceAdvances
Studying blind cave fish could help us understand more human health problems: ($)
A top-down algorithm can program the design of 3D DNA structures: ($)
Science must play a key role in rebuilding UK - EU relations post-#Brexit, @GraemeTR writes:
Reprogramming neural crest cells in chick embryos: ($)
The coral microbiome will play a key role in the future of the world's coral reefs: ($)
Bears, mosquitoes, blind fish, and much more on this week's Science Podcast:
Insects have been carrying debris as camouflage since ancient times: #ScienceAdvances
A successful career path may look straight and linear, but that's not always the case:
How climate change affects extreme weather events: ($)
Editor-in-chief @Marcia4Science gives thanks and farewells in this week's Editorial: @aaas
Animals -- and even people -- may have a "magnetic sense". But where is it?
"Mini-guts" can predict how cystic fibrosis patients respond to new drugs: #SciTM
This year's massive El NiƱo is leaving behind heavy rain, fires -- and questions: ($)
New research reveals why mitochondria aren't passed on through sperm: ($)
We want driverless cars that sacrifice riders to save lives -- as long as we're not in them:
Our driverless dilemma: when is it okay for our car to kill us?
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