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  1. 'Mother Trees' Are Intelligent: They Learn and Remember

    And ecologist Suzanne Simard says they need our help to survive

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  2. 'Cave Syndrome' Keeps the Vaccinated in Social Isolation

    After a year away from friends and co-workers, people sometimes struggle to resume their public routines

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  3. Ecologists Saved Bald Eagles with Helicopter Parenting

    One of the country’s largest captive-breeding programs for the once endangered species has helped it recover in California

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  4. Few Would Fear COVID Vaccines if Policy Makers Explained Their Risks Better

    Clear messaging and transparency are vital, say some experts on risk assessment and decision-making

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  5. Flu Has Disappeared Worldwide during the COVID Pandemic

    The public health measures that slow the spread of the novel coronavirus work really well on influenza

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  6. Antarctic Study Shows How Much Space Dust Hits Earth Every Year

    A tally of pristine micrometeorites locked in polar ice gives the best-yet look at the origin and amount of extraterrestrial material reaching our planet

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  7. CDC Drops Some Outdoor Mask Advice for Vaccinated People, Based on This Science

    The agency’s latest guidelines are in line with a wealth of evidence that COVID is far less likely to be transmitted outside than indoors

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  8. People of Color Breathe More Unhealthy Air from Nearly All Polluting Sources

    A trend of disproportionate exposure to deadly air pollution among Asian, Hispanic and Black people persists in most cases regardless of the emission source, a study finds

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  9. For Math Fans: Some Puzzles from Game of Life Creator John Conway

    The great British mathematician passed away from COVID-19 last year. To celebrate his memory, here is a small sampling of the recreational mathematics he loved so well

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  10. Searching for the Universe's Most Energetic Particles, Astronomers Turn on the Radio

    New radio-based observatories could soon detect ultrahigh-energy neutrinos, opening a new window on extreme cosmic physics

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  11. Artificial Intelligence Develops an Ear for Birdsong

    Machine-learning algorithms can quickly process thousands of hours of natural soundscapes

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  12. National Park Nature Walks: A New Pop-Up Podcast Series

    Take an acoustic journey into some of the most unique places in the country

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  13. Octopus 'Teachers' Demonstrate They Feel Emotional Pain

    As a documentary about a cephalopod contends for an Oscar, a new study reveals the sophistication of the animals’ inner experiences

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  14. Blood Clots and the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine: What We Know So Far

    Infectious disease physician-scientist Wilbur Chen discusses the rare cases of blood clots linked to the immunization

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  15. China Is Set to Launch First Module of Massive Space Station

    The new orbiting laboratory will host research from Chinese and international scientists

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  16. What's Causing Michigan's COVID Surge, and Who's Getting Sick?

    An anesthesiologist at the University of Michigan describes the new influx of patients and what this may mean for the pandemic’s trajectory

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  17. Algorithm Virtually Unfolds a Historical Letter without Unsealing It

    In the centuries before envelopes, “letterlocking” secured a message’s information

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  18. See Ingenuity Team's Joy after the First Mars Helicopter Soars

    Scientists and engineers react with elation to the historic interplanetary flight

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  19. Quantum Astronomy Could Create Telescopes Hundreds of Kilometers Wide

    Astronomers hope to use innovations from the subatomic world to construct breathtakingly large arrays of optical observatories

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  20. Climate Risks Bill Could Spark Shift to Truly Green Economy

    The legislation could incentivize greener investments by requiring companies to report the risks that climate poses to their business

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  21. Students Who Gesture during Learning 'Grasp' Concepts Better

    Hand movement appears to help in teaching about statistical models

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    Space Junk Removal Is Not Going Smoothly

    Despite promising technology demonstrations, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for the growing problem of taking out the orbital trash

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  23. Schools Can Open Safely during COVID, the Latest Evidence Shows

    The risk of COVID transmission in schools is very low if precautions are taken

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  24. Coping Strategies of Ocean Castaways Hold Lessons for the COVID Pandemic

    Shipwreck victims cast adrift for weeks or months exhibit a resilience that serves as a model to weather any extended crisis

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  25. New Arkansas Law--and Similar Bills--Endanger Transgender Youth, Research Shows

    The legislation runs counter to evidence that puberty blockers and hormone treatments are safe and save lives

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