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Science Magazine

Read the research exploring the surprising ancestry of wolves: #ScienceAdvances
The @lincolnparkzoo and @ChimpHaven are joining forces to beef up their research: ($)
Scientists must remember not to shy away from failure. This week's Working Life:
Monday's your last chance to apply for the $30,000 Science and @SciLifeLabPrize:
A new study uses directed CRISPR spacer acquisition to make "molecular recordings": ($)
How can we make "precision medicine" more precise? This week's Policy Forum: ($)
Ahhh! Thanks to @NYCuratrix for this glowing review in Science.… Loved this bit especially.
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How "hot Jupiters", "superpuffs" and other exoplanets are overturning astronomical theories:
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Forbidden planets, parasitic plants, and much more in our new issue of Science:
New research helps us better understand the role of transpiration in the water cycle: ($)
How do honeyguides and humans work together? Read the research:
A new technique makes it easier to observe electromagnetic waveforms: ($)
The fight between mitochondrial and nuclear genomes may help drive evolution: ($)
Monday's your deadline for the Science & @SciLifeLabPrize for Young Scientists:
Read the research exploring our ancient relationship with our gut bacteria: ($)
Reviewing the research on using latency reversal and viral clearance to cure HIV-1: ($)
Understanding "necroptosis" could lead to new treatments for heart disease: #ScienceAdvances
The world's major space agencies are all working with China—except for NASA: ($)
A lichen "ménage à trois" is overturning biological assumptions: ($)
Researchers have designed a "built-in bacterial computer system":
To save the caribou, Alberta wants to fence them in: ($)
Newly-built diamond balls may be some of the strongest materials on Earth: #ScienceAdvances
The subject of this week's Working Life got a job in academia -- but not the one he expected
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