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  1. Today's Wildfires Are Taking Us into Uncharted Territory

    Data on 2,000 years of Rocky Mountain forest fires shows skyrocketing damage

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    People with COVID Often Infect Their Pets

    New unpublished studies show that dogs and cats with COVID-positive owners frequently have SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

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  3. How to Raise Kids Who Don't Grow Up to Be Jerks (or Worse)

    A new book gives science-based advice for parenting kids to be generous, kind antiracists

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  4. There Are Few Good COVID Antivirals, but That Could Be Changing

    Developing pills that block the novel coronavirus has been challenging. A new Biden administration program aims to boost the effort

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  5. New Space Radiation Limits Needed for NASA Astronauts, Report Says

    Although meant to minimize risks to human health, the proposed new limits would still be exceeded by any conceivable near-future crewed voyage to Mars

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  6. Is Your Office Safe from COVID? What to Know Now That Your Boss Wants You Back

    Workers are anxious because the coronavirus is still infecting people. Here are ways to evaluate the safety of a shared work space

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  7. China Is Pulling Ahead in Global Quantum Race, New Studies Suggest

    The competition between the U.S. and China over development of quantum technology has implications for both the future of science and the two countries’ political relations

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  8. Spiders on Tiny Treadmills Give Scientists the Side-Eye

    Jumping spiders see more in their periphery than previously known

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  9. New Approach Could Boost the Search for Life in Otherworldly Oceans

    “Ecological biosignatures” hold promise for revealing alien organisms that may dwell within icy moons such as Jupiter’s Europa and Saturn’s Enceladus

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  10. COVID Risks at the Tokyo Olympics Aren't Being Managed, Experts Say

    Current prevention measures may not be enough to prevent an outbreak

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  11. New Brain Implant Transmits Full Words from Neural Signals

    No spelling out of letters is needed for a paralyzed person to use the first-of-a-kind neuroprosthesis

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  12. Wolves Raised by Humans Can't Understand People like Dogs Can

    Dog puppies are 30 times more interested in unknown humans than young wolves, confirming an evolutionary hypothesis

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  13. 'Ambiguous Loss' from Miami-Area Condo Collapse Makes Grieving Harder

    In a Q&A, loss expert Pauline Boss talks about coping with extreme uncertainty in the wake of a disaster

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  14. Highest-Energy Particles Yet Arrive from Ancient Crab Nebula

    Astronomers have observed record-breaking photons that strain classical theories of acceleration

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    Star Trek's Warp Drive Leads to New Physics

    Researchers are taking a closer look at this science-fiction staple—and bringing the idea a little closer to reality

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  16. A New Era of Designer Babies May Be Based on Overhyped Science

    Genetic testing with IVF is being marketed as a means to choose a healthy embryo, despite questions about the soundness of the technology

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  17. Black Holes Swallow Neutron Stars in a Single Bite, New Results Suggest

    At long last, the definitive discovery completes a trifecta of astrophysical events that were forecast by gravitational-wave astronomers

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  18. AI Designs Quantum Physics Experiments Beyond What Any Human Has Conceived

    Originally built to speed up calculations, a machine-learning system is now making shocking progress at the frontiers of experimental quantum physics

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  19. Astronomers Thrill at Giant Comet Flying into Our Solar System

    The huge object may be the biggest comet ever seen. And it is already showing signs of activity as it approaches the orbit of Saturn

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  20. Searching 230-Million-Year-Old Poop, Scientists Find a New Beetle

    A new species emerged from three-dimensional x-rays of droppings left by a close dinosaur relative

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  21. Miami Building Collapse Could Profoundly Change Engineering

    To pin down causes of the structure's failure, investigators will probably gather its original design drawings, test its remains and run simulations of how well it could withstand forces

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  22. Concentrated Beer? Cutting Liquid before Shipping Also Cuts Its Carbon Footprint

    Water is added back in before consumption

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  23. New Long-Haul COVID Clinics Treat Mysterious and Ongoing Symptoms

    Coordinating care among different specialties could help patients with many problems and no proved therapies

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  24. WHO Urges Vaccinated People to Wear Masks; CDC Still Says No Need

    World Health Organization leaders advised caution as new variants threaten progress against the pandemic

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  25. See the Highest-Resolution Atomic Image Ever Captured

    Scientists achieved a record level of visual detail with an imaging technique that could help develop future electronics and better batteries

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