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The new issue of Science Signaling is out now! #SciSig
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A closer look at a newly-discovered fat-burning enzyme: ($)
Why does a common autoimmune therapy lead to strep? Read the #SciImmunology research:
Scientists have created a synthetic, quickly-forming variant of "mother of pearl": ($)
Extremely stretchy nanowires approach the theoretical flexibility limit: #ScienceAdvances
Brazilian politics threaten environmental policies. This week's Policy Forum: ($)
Could a new pill help repair the liver? Read the research in #SciTM:
China's first national parks could help save animals like the Siberian tiger:
Reviewing research on how our immune system and central nervous system interact: ($)
Rising sea levels are dangerous, but they could help some coral reefs: #ScienceAdvances
Don't be afraid to switch tracks to find the right career -- in academia or elsewhere:
An isthmus, a claim, a challenge -- Panama: #ScienceAdvances
New diagnostics for the Zika virus are on the horizon: #MosquitoDay
"Progress lies in precision": the future of precision public health in this week's Editorial
Who was "Patient H.M."? A new book explores memory, amnesia, and the quirks of narrative:
What we're learning from a new atlas of the maize genome: ($)
Uncovering the decline, fall, and aftermath of the Wari empire:
How the neuron sculpt I was working on ended up, this week's @sciencemagazine Neuroimmunology issue #zbrush #C4D
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Predicting poverty with satellites, rewriting life's genetic code of life, and more:
Scientists can create an artificial ensemble of neurons in the brain, new research shows ($)
Fatty acids are surprisingly active on the water's surface. Read the research: ($)
How does sleep deprivation affect cognition over time? A new study has the details: ($)
Learn more about how researchers discovered the world's oldest vertebrates:
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