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  1. Claims of 'Ocean' inside Ceres May Not Hold Water

    Final results from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft suggest a brine reservoir exists within the dwarf planet, but some experts remain unconvinced

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  2. A 429-Million-Year-Old Trilobite Had Eyes like Those of Modern Bees

    Rare, cracked fossil shows the world through ancient eyes

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  3. Women in Science May Suffer Lasting Career Damage from COVID-19

    They bear a greater proportion of childcare and household responsibilities, making it much harder for them to publish their work and get ahead

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  4. The 1918 Flu Faded in Our Collective Memory: We Might 'Forget' the Coronavirus, Too

    The legacy of the 20th century’s deadliest pandemic shows how large groups remember—and forget—their shared past

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  5. Trash-Collecting Researchers Find Dietary Patterns in Discarded Hair Clippings

    People in low-income neighborhoods eat more proteins from animals and less of them from vegetables, a study suggests

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    Update on new DB server

    I know it's been a while, so wanted to give an update on this.

    Server is up and running with Centos8 installed, latest version of mariadb and I've tweaked the DB settings as much as I can to try...
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    Where is this link found ? It's not expecting...

    Where is this link found ?

    It's not expecting the last part of that url, which is why it fails, there is no filtering by team on that page and the rewriteRule in place does not like the trailing /...
  8. How Could the Beirut Explosion Happen? Experts Explain

    To get to the roots of disasters like this one, investigators rely on video footage, documents, interviews and other evidence

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  9. Higgs Boson Gives Next-Generation Particle Its Heft

    Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider suggest that muons and other “second-generation particles” obtain their mass from interacting with the Higgs, further strengthening the...
  10. Weird Mystery Seeds Arriving by Mail Sprout Biodiversity Concerns

    An invasive plant expert explains what could happen if enigmatic seeds shipped from China are released

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  11. Europe's Euclid Space Telescope Will See Cosmos with Panoramic Vision

    Launching in 2022, the wide-field observatory will be one of three next-generation facilities meant to lift the veil on dark energy, dark matter and other cosmic mysteries

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  12. How Do Scientists Determine the Ages of Human Ancestors, Fossilized Dinosaurs and Oth

    Experts explain how radiometric dating allows them to reconstruct ancient time lines

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  13. How to Evaluate COVID-19 News without Freaking Out

    Disinformation expert Carl Bergstrom gives tips on how to stay calm and make sense of pandemic news

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  14. How Dozens of Languages Help Build Gender Stereotypes

    Usage patterns shape biases worldwide, whether in Japanese, Persian or English

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  15. Neural Switch Flips on Aggression in Male Mice

    A separate set of cells in the same region regulate sexual behavior

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    It's a fault at the project, their xml files have...

    It's a fault at the project, their xml files have not been exported -
  17. Concerns about Waning COVID-19 Immunity Are Likely Overblown

    The decline seen in some studies is normal, experts say. But scientists must wait to see whether infection confers long-term protection

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  18. Do Animals Really Anticipate Earthquakes? Sensors Hint They Do

    Cows, sheep and dogs increased their activity before tremors, seemingly reacting, in part, to one another

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  19. Plants Have Hormones, Too, and Tweaking Them Could Improve Food Supply

    Crops sense and respond to drought, pests and other stressors in surprising ways, researchers are discovering

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  20. One Mystery of Stonehenge's Origins Has Finally Been Solved

    Detailed testing of the chemical signature of the Neolithic monument’s most prominent large stones pinpointed where they came from

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  21. An Immune Protein Could Prevent Severe COVID-19--if It Is Given at the Right Time

    The antiviral interferon might help early but exacerbate disease in later stages

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  22. Strongest Evidence Yet Shows Air Pollution Kills

    The finding comes as the Trump administration has been rolling back clean air regulations

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  23. NASA's Ingenuity--the First Ever Off-World Helicopter--Is Set for a 'Wright Brothers

    Launching with the Perseverance rover, this technology demonstration could lead to revolutionary new capabilities in interplanetary exploration

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  24. World War II's Warsaw Ghetto Holds Lifesaving Lessons for COVID-19

    An outbreak of typhus in the densely packed walled enclosure was countered by adopting all-too-familiar public health measures

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  25. Scientists Unveil First Ever Pictures of Multiple Planets around a Sunlike Star

    The two giant worlds, each much larger than Jupiter, constitute only the third multiplanet system ever imaged

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