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    It kind of makes sense, with the basic fields,...

    It kind of makes sense, with the basic fields, but it's very dependent on what exactly you are going to use the data for.

    You may want to add a project identifier as a first key field if you are...
  2. A City in Brazil's Amazon Rain Forest Is a Stark Warning about COVID to the Rest of t

    Manaus and cities like it will continue to generate dangerous viral variants if vaccination campaigns are not expanded to broadly reach all nations, rich or poor

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    When Will Kids Get COVID Vaccines?

    Pharmaceutical companies are starting clinical trials in young children and adolescents, but they must balance speed and safety

    -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com...
  4. Some Deep-Sea Bacteria Are So Strange, Our Immune Sensors Miss Them

    These microbes are redefining our understanding of how bodies recognize potential pathogens

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  5. Loneliness Is a Public Health Problem: This Low-Tech Intervention Can Help

    Phone calls may be integral to connecting with people who are lonely and isolated

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  6. Unexplained Results Intrigue Physicists at World's Largest Particle Collider

    Muons and electrons might not experience the same fundamental interactions, contrary to Standard Model predictions

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  7. Your Immune System Evolves to Fight Coronavirus Variants

    Antibodies can change to counter new forms of the shape-shifting virus, research hints

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  8. Home Advantage Doesn't Require Crowds, COVID Pro Soccer Matches Show

    An assessment of games before and during the pandemic suggests that teams play better on their own turf even without crowd support

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  9. COVID Showed How Trials for New Drugs Could Be Faster and Better

    The pandemic has spotlighted ways to make clinical trials easier on patients and better for science, a heart drug researcher says

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  10. The Asteroid That Killed the Dinosaurs Created the Amazon Rain Forest

    Fossilized pollen and leaves reveal that the meteorite that caused the extinction of nonavian dinosaurs also reshaped South America’s plant communities to yield the planet’s largest...
  11. Ingenuity's 'Wright Stuff': A Piece of the Wright Flyer Will Soar on Mars

    The first powered atmospheric flight on another planet will honor its roots with a payload drawn from the dawn of aviation itself

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  12. If You Don't Have COVID Vaccine Side Effects, Are You Still Protected?

    Reactions reflect unique features of an individual’s immune system, not the strength of a response

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  13. Hidden Toll of COVID in Africa Threatens Global Pandemic Progress

    Undercounting or ignoring cases of the disease on the continent could lead to new variants that might derail efforts to end the pandemic

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  14. Hurricane Names from Greek Alphabet Are Dropped

    Sticking with human names will lessen confusion and distraction

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  15. Hunger Strikers Seeking Environmental Justice Win Air-Pollution Delay​

    A hunger strike in Chicago and concerns raised by city and state politicians have slowed the planned move of a metal scrapper to a working-class, predominantly Latino community

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  16. How Starting Brush Fires Could Save Africa's Disappearing Lions

    Strategic fire management could cut emissions and earn tradable carbon credits, generating funds to save the big cats and benefit Indigenous people

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  17. Baby Talk and Lemur Chatter--but Not Birdsong--Help an Infant's Brain Develop

    Researchers probe the outer boundaries of what types of sounds human infants tune in to for building cognition

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  18. NASA Will Map Every Living Thing on the International Space Station

    Surveying the billions of tiny microbial astronauts that dwell within the orbital laboratory could help us prepare for human voyages to Mars

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  19. Scarcity of COVID Shots Might Boost Demand among the Vaccine-Hesitant

    Willingness is rising, even among skeptical groups, at a time when there are still not enough doses to go around

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  20. Ketchup Is Not Just a Condiment: It Is Also a Non-Newtonian Fluid

    Everybody’s favorite red sauce may be thin or thick, depending on how it is handled

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  21. An IBM AI Debates Humans--but It's Not Yet the Deep Blue of Oratory

    The give-and-take of formal arguments is still outside of a machine’s “comfort zone”—at least for now

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    Taking Action Can Cure Your Climate Grief

    Personal changes can empower people to reduce emissions and also widen public support for bold carbon policies

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  23. The Biggest Barriers to COVID Vaccination for Black and Latinx People

    Differences in life expectancy, car ownership and language may contribute to the racial and ethnic disparities

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  24. Water on Mars May Be Trapped in the Planet's Crust, Not Lost to Space

    Understanding the fate of Mars’s moisture could unlock deep secrets of the planet’s past habitability

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  25. Ultracold Quantum Collisions Have Been Achieved in Space for the First Time

    Creating Bose-Einstein condensates—and crashing them together—in microgravity could lead to physics breakthroughs, better spacecraft navigation and more

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