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Science Magazine

The word 'you' has more uses than you might think. A new study takes a psychological look: ($)
Two new clinical trials are testing whether flu shots make the body more accepting of IVF embryos: ($)
What we can learn from rejection: this week's Working Life
How the common house mouse could shed light on when humans first started to settle down:
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Genes, environment, and "bad luck":
"He was—and this is a term of honor in our house—a data nerd." @BillGates & @melindagates remember Hans Rosling: ($)
With Brexit coming ever-closer, what's the next step for British science? This week's Editorial:
Terrestrial "leftovers" play a bigger role in lake ecosystems than many thought. Read the research: @ScienceAdvances
A new paper is giving researchers a better understanding of transmission chains for dengue:
New research in @ScienceTM describes a low-cost and easy-to-use smartphone attachment for fertility testing:
A new paper explores the changing face of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko:
A roadmap for rapid decarbonization: this week's Policy Forum
New research in @ScienceAdvances could help scientists more precisely measure plant growth from space:
A well-studied coenzyme may also help protect astronauts (and others) from radiation. Read the research: ($)
A roadmap for decarbonization, rethinking earthquake models, and DNA-protein hybrids in our new issue:
A new study finds that gut inflammation helps bacterial viruses spread to other strains of bacteria: ($)
Parts of the Earth’s original crust remain in place today. Read the research: ($)
How economics can shape precision medicines: this week's Policy Forum ($)
When less is more in cancer therapy: ($)
Why is science important to you? Share your story with @aaas:
"Scientists have an important role to play in public policy:" this week's Working Life
A unique technique is helping scientists keep better track of growing plant roots:
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The 2017 Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists is now open for applications!
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