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“Hold on to your loved ones.” Wildfire survivor who lost children in wildfire offers advice
Rutgers Inspires Establishment of New Jersey One Health Task Force
Unemployment numbers stabilizing at higher than pre-pandemic numbers
New approach to preventing human-induced earthquakes
Younger diabetics more worried about Covid – study
LA Art Show has strong UCLA vibe
‘Less than 1% probability’ that Earth’s energy imbalance increase occurred naturally, say Princeton and GFDL scientists
Expansion of MR and CT imaging at Salford Royal
MD Anderson Research highlights for July 28, 2021
Researchers identify gene that regulates angle of root growth in corn
Group’s moral values may help determine likelihood of hate-motivated harmful acts
New book helps readers spot online health scams
$2.9M NIH grant funds study of toxic pollutants’ effects on Indigenous community in Alaska
Giant friction experiment at Kilauea volcano
Geographic differences in gut microbiota boost immunity
Researchers confirm presence of African leopard in southwestern Cameroon
Mental toughness is knowing when to withdraw
Superconductivity in cuprates: ‘from maximal to minimal dissipation’ – new model?
Imaging method predicts how well stem cells can differentiate into cardiac muscle cells
From quantum gravity to strange metals
Astroophysicists report first detection of light from behind black hole
Ann Arbor Potters Guild’s nature-inspired sculptures on view at U-M’s Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Chaotic electrons heed ‘limit’ in strange metals
Dog DNA startup announces $75M in venture funding
Scientists capture most-detailed radio image of Andromeda galaxy to date
Homelessness linked to emergency hospital admissions
Religious have fewer children in secular countries
Research examines how race affects judgements of software developers’ work
NASA Celebrates National Intern Day 2021
Digital Romance and Back-Burner Relationships Among Ex-Partners
Dark mode may not save your phone’s battery life as much as you think, but there are few silver linings
$3.4 million NIH grant to bolster population science at Brown
Scientific publishers, national labs partner on inclusive name-change process for published papers
SLAC partners with national labs and scientific publishing organizations on transgender-inclusive name-change process for published
Hot and dry Jupiter: SPIRou reveals atmosphere of exoplanet Tau Boötis b
World Hepatitis Day 2021 – evidence-based successes and future possibilities
Discrimination and safety concerns are barriers to accessing healthy food for food-insecure emerging adults
Sarah Zylberfuden: Making connections in canine cognition
Spotted lanternfly spreading in New York state
Two strands are tougher than one
Scientific Publishing Organizations and National Laboratories Partner on Transgender-Inclusive Name-Change Process for Published
Research Snapshot: Discovery points to ketamine’s long-term antidepressant effects
New findings on function of mitofusin 2 in cellular energy metabolism
Hemp goes ‘hot’ due to genetics, not environmental stress
When family stress is high, teen depression can follow
China’s Digital Mental Health Services Outpacing Regulation
Study: Gene Associated with Autism Linked to Itch Response
How microscopic fungus could lead to breakthrough in oral cancer research