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Power of light and oxygen clears Alzheimer’s disease protein in live mice
Study calls for urgent climate change action to secure global food supply
New microscopy technique of electron distributions and theory unveils a feature that can shape applications of a class of quantum
Microbes are perhaps more manageable than we thought
Like Peas in a Pod: UVA Astronomer’s Survey of Young Stars Published
Responding to challenge of COVID-19
Polarized photovoltaic properties emerge
Multilingual people have an advantage over those fluent in only two languages
Researchers notice pattern on surface of leaves, uncover new clue about plant evolution
Laser lights way
Measurable changes in brain activity during first few months of studying a new language
Revealing complex behavior of a turbulent plume at calving front of a Greenlandic glacier
Glycans are crucial in COVID-19 infection
Social context affects gendered views of STEM subjects in England and Japan
Omnidirectional cameras reveal secret underwater lives of marine animals
Paper invokes more brain activity than digital device
American Astronomers Find Secrets of Japanese Universes
Moiré than meets eye
Bat study turns evolutionary history on its ear
‘Falling insect’ season length impacts river ecosystems
Amari receives Urey Award for career in cosmochemistry
Japan Launches Circular Economy Collaboration with World Economic Forum
Monash University researchers make a breakthrough discovery into how migraines are triggered
Decade of reducing self-inflicted deaths in Japan hindered by COVID-19
L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards honour five women researchers in mathematics, astrophysics
A new tool in search for axions
Double Delight: New Synthetic Transmembrane Ion Channel Can Be Activated in Two Ways
Voices: Dr. Lesa Thompson
When galaxies collide-Models suggest galactic collisions can starve massive black holes
Researchers construct molecular nanofibers that are stronger than steel
When galaxies collide
Crystal close up
How cells ‘eat’ their own fluid components
Gold nanoparticles more stable by putting rings on them
How does your computer smell?
Magnets dim natural glow of human cells, may shed light on how animals migrate
A high order for a low dimension
See live cells with 7 times greater sensitivity using new microscopy technique
A one-way street for sound waves
Quantitative Approach on Understanding How Epigenetic Switches Control Gene Expression
New, ultrastable tetrahedral “chiral zinc” added to synthetic chemistry toolbox
Delayed Arctic ice advance tracked back to atmospheric conditions near Alaska months prior
Farthest galaxy in universe
Material sample from asteroid landed in Australia: Water on Earth possibly comes from asteroids
UNM’s Carlton Caves awarded Micius Quantum Prize 2020
How commercial vessels could become tsunami early-warning systems
Ancient migration was choice, not chance
HETDEX Project On Track to Probe Dark Energy