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  1. Vaginal Fluid Transplants Hold Promise but Raise Safety Concerns

    A small study tested the approach for treating a common bacterial infection by restoring a healthy microbiome

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  2. Congressional Ignorance Leaves the U.S. Vulnerable to Cyberthreats

    Security experts say that lawmakers’ bills fall short of needed protections

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  3. Trump's Border Wall Could Cause Flooding in Texas

    Planned barriers along the Rio Grande could trap debris and send floodwaters into nearby communities

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  4. Why Do Some People Need Less Sleep? It's in Their DNA

    U.C.S.F. researchers find a gene for flourishing with less shut-eye

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  5. What Conservation Efforts Can Learn from Indigenous Communities

    A major U.N.-backed report says that nature on indigenous peoples’ lands is degrading less quickly than in other areas

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  6. Ship Freezes Itself in Arctic Ice to Study Climate Change

    Researchers trapped in the central Arctic Ocean for a year prepare to unlock secrets of the region’s changing climate

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  7. High-Energy Award: Lithium Batteries Win 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

    The power packs drive mobile phones, laptops, electric cars and solar panels

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  8. Quiet Disadvantage: Study Finds Extroverts Are Happier--Even When They're Really Intr

    A new study suggests a dose of “acting extroverted” could boost your mood—but some researchers caution there is a cost to acting against type

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  9. Hidden Passage: Could We Spy a Traversable Wormhole in the Milky Way's Heart?

    Anomalous motions of stars orbiting our galaxy’s central supermassive black hole might reveal the existence of long-hypothesized tunnels through spacetime

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  10. Ancient Teeth Reveal Social Stratification Dates Back to Bronze Age Societies

    Humans have a history of status division stretching back at least 4,000 years

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  11. Cosmology and Exoplanets Win 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics

    James Peebles, who helped found the field of cosmology, shares the prize with Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, discoverers of the first exoplanet around another sunlike star

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  12. Sleep Deprivation Shuts Down Production of Essential Brain Proteins

    A deficit arises in molecules needed for neurons to communicate efficiently

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  13. Discovery of Molecular Switch for How Cells Use Oxygen Wins 2019 Nobel Prize in Medic

    Research by William Kaelin, Jr., Peter Ratcliffe and Gregg Semenza led the way for applications in treating anemia, cancer and other diseases

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  14. Wildlife Trade Entangles Nearly a Fifth of the Planet's Vertebrate Animals

    In the first global estimate of its kind, researchers tally an incredible 5,600 species harvested for commercial use—and predict which ones could be next

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  15. New Encryption System Protects Data from Quantum Computers

    As quantum computing creeps closer, IBM successfully demonstrates a way to secure sensitive information

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  16. How Do We Prevent Pets from Becoming Exotic Invaders?

    Outlawing possession does not appear to stem the release of alligators, snakes and other problematic species

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  17. Astronomers Find Our Second Interstellar Visitor Looks like the Locals

    The object 2I/Borisov has the same composition as comets in the solar system, suggesting its system of origin might resemble ours

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  18. Black Holes, Volcanic Scrolls and a Teeny, Tiny Heartbeat: Science GIFs to Start Your

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  19. ClimatePrediction now requires export stats consent

    If you seem to have lost your stats, head over to the ClimatePrediction site and in your project preferences enable the consent to export stats. they will then show up the next time the project...
  20. Can Rabbits Help Unravel the Mystery of Female Orgasm?

    A study suggests the phenomenon may have evolved from a mechanism for triggering ovulation

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  21. Cannibalistic Cancer, Protection from "Blast Belly" and Chicken Inner Space: Science

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  22. Humans Can Improve Technology without Really Understanding It

    Small tweaks, not deep physical insight, can lead to a better mousetrap

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  23. Smartphone Data Show Voters in Black Neighborhoods Wait Longer

    A new analysis adds to existing evidence for a racial disparity in wait times at polling places

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  24. Could Immunotherapy Treat Diseases Besides Cancer?

    Approaches for boosting the body’s immune system are being tried for autoimmune and heart conditions, but it is too early to know how well they will work in people

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