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An app for COVID-19 studies
Origin of Feces: coproID Reliably Predicts Sources of Ancient Poop
Dance around heart of our Milky Way
Leopoldina advocates a sustainable approach to tackling coronavirus pandemic
Case for corona bonds
Treatments for Coronavirus – repurposing existing drugs
Using alveolar epithelia as a model for corona infection
In engine room of quasar 3C 279
Spikes of virus crown
Societal Transformations and Resilience in Arabia Across 12,000 Years of Climate Change
Borders in time of COVID-19
“We don’t want just sit on couch”
ERC Advanced Grants for six Max Planck researchers
Facial expressions of mice
ERC Advanced Grants for six Max Planck researchers
Lucy had an ape-like brain
Patrick Roberts of Department of Archaeology Named Member of Global Young Academy
A sure hand at scientific helm
“A new quality of violation of law”: Greek-Turkish border crisis
Publishing in March: Cambridge World History of Violence
Immune boost against corona virus
Drug-related deaths hardly affect life expectancy in USA
A chemical factory for all cases
A tale of shepherds and helices
Permanent magnets akin to those on fridges could speed development of fusion energy
Permanent magnets far stronger than those on refrigerator doors could be a solution for delivering
Icarus is launched
Neutron star with eleven kilometres radius
A cat-and-mouse game: brain has two systems for thinking about others’ thoughts
Brain-doping produced by your own body
Humans transport dangerous smoke residues indoors
Water splitting observed on nanometer scale
Air pollution is one of world’s most dangerous health risks
Globular cluster in magnetic wind
How Millets sustained Mongolia’s Empires
5000 year old milk proteins point to importance of dairying in eastern Eurasia
New Cas9 variant makes genome editing even more precise
A new Keyplayer in cell division
Anthropogenic seed dispersal: rethinking origins of plant domestication
Human Populations survived Toba volcanic super-eruption 74,000 years ago
A weak heart also damages brain
Genetic secret of night vision
Oldest reconstructed bacterial genomes link agriculture and herding with emergence of new disease
Discovery of ancient Salmonella
Bacterium makes complex loops
Antibodies: body’s own antidepressants
Birds migrate regardless of climatic conditions
Modified tuberculosis vaccine as a therapy for cancer of bladder