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A new @ScienceTM study analyzes thousands of medical records to connect diseases with human leukocyte antigens:
Check out a T cell's wiggly "fingers," captured with a novel video technique in real time @sciencemagazine:
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A new global analysis has found that Earth has about 9% more forest cover than we thought. Read the research: ($)
Facing off against a biocontrol wasp, the Argentine stem weevil wobbled but it didn't fall down: ($)
A new method makes it easier to 3-D print silicone materials in a variety of shapes: @ScienceAdvances
A Neptune-sized exoplanet discovered in 2011 has an atmosphere that's high in water and low in heavy elements: ($)
How well humans smell, an unusual exoplanet, and mapping the world's forests in our newest issue:
"The roadless dunes less traveled:" ($)
Researchers have identified the neural circuit that drives protein cravings in fruit flies: ($)
Drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis are on the rise:
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Applications are open for the $25,000 @aaas Newcomb Cleveland Prize:
Beyond Hamilton's rule: towards a better understanding of altruism in evolutionary biology ($)
The fall armyworm is destroying maize fields across Africa with astonishing speed: ($)
Want to be published in @sciencemagazine? Apply today for The 2017 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology!
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A new method uses water to make it significantly easier to convert methane to methanol. Read the research: ($)
A newly developed antibody provides protection against a common respiratory tract infection in infants: @ScienceTM
"I did not want retirement to represent a lesser life. I had to find a way to continue contributing to science."
The robotic Las Cumbres Observatory is giving astronomers a unique opportunity for 24/7 access to the stars: ($)
Blocking platelet production can make T cell-based immunotherapies more effective, a new @SciImmunology paper finds:
New research in @ScienceAdvances explores how predation changes the decision-making behavior of guppies:
Not just CO2: how reductions in "short-lived climate pollutants" are necessary to fight climate change ($)
Speedy fly larvae could help scientists identify treatments for fragile X syndrome, a new @scisignal study reports:
"Many observers will dismiss the march with explanations that are clear, simple—and probably wrong."
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