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After decades of growth, China is rethinking how it does urbanization: ($)
The stress of living with strangers may have spawned cherished aspects of city life: ($)
Jeremy M. Berg Named Editor-in-Chief of the @sciencemagazine Family of Journals at @aaas
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We're pleased to introduce Jeremy Berg, Science's next editor-in-chief:
Bringing "artificial spin ice" closer to application: ($)
Emerging solutions to the water challenges of an urbanizing world:
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The mechanism that bacteria use to make methane: ($)
Meta-principles for developing smart, sustainable, and healthy cities: ($)
New #ScienceAdvances research demonstrates on-demand transfer of trapped photons on a chip:
Some antibiotics may worsen complications in transplant patients. Read the research: #SciTM
True colors: what 'cell painting' could soon tell us about how cells react to toxins ($)
Understanding "urban ecology" and how it can help us create livable cities: ($)
Brain tumors can acquire resistance to therapy through changes to their microenvironment ($)
From @sciencemagazine's vaults, honoring #WorldTurtleDay: Evolution of the Turtle Body Plan
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Reviewing the challenges we must overcome to create sustainable-energy cities:
What can researchers do to better understand international migration? ($)
Is the employment crisis for new Ph.D.s an illusion?
How river deltas -- home to 500 million -- may respond to sea level changes #ScienceAdvances
How can scientists prepare society for an urbanized world? Some of your answers: #InGenSci
"Leave no city behind" -- this week's Editorial:
Tracking rats in slums, giraffe genomes and much more in this week's Science Podcast:
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