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The Drosophila embryo at single-cell transcriptome resolution:
Scientists tracked 13 pumas at their feeding spots for years. Ask them about it during a Facebook Live on 10/19!
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In @SciImmunology: how the immune system’s T cells remember and respond to pathogens they’ve already encountered
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of this week's "Eye in the Sky" cover:
Vegetarian sea snails are helping marine ecosystems to resist global warming: @ScienceAdvances
This week's Policy Forum: how the US's "gag rule" is endangering reproductive health in Africa -- and worldwide ($)
Colliding neutron stars have led to a fifth detection of gravitational waves -- creating a celestial light show:
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NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 is mapping the world's carbon cycle from space. Read the research: ($)
In @scisignal: new strategies for developing improved immunotherapies
Geoscientists are taking a closer look at storms and tsunamis in the history of the Mediterranean: @ScienceAdvances
In @ScienceTM: tackling severe combined immunodeficiency with gene editing
Pumas may be more social than previously thought. Learn more during a @ScienceAdvances Facebook Live event on 10/19
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Pumas are more social than we thought. Read the research in @ScienceAdvances:
In the Caribbean, many researchers need extraordinary help to recover. This week's Editorial:
Chemists are working to create synthetic versions of medical compounds traditionally derived from marine animals ($)
Pick up @sciencemagazine this week for program details of the 2018 #AAASmtg! PDF of the program is available:
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In our newest issue: the initial results from NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 mission
How are astronomers mapping the spiral structure of the Milky Way's far side? Read the research: ($)
Astronomers are mapping the most distant outposts of the Milky Way:
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Mapping the Milky Way, the genetics of skin pigmentation, and measuring the Earth's carbon cycle in our new issue:
How neonicotinoids could be a global threat to bees:
This week's Editorial: the scientific impact of the US-Iran nuclear deal
As the climate warms, microbial changes make mid-latitude hardwood forests a carbon source. Read the research: ($)
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