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  1. The COVID Zoom Boom Is Reshaping Sign Language

    Deaf people are adapting signs to accommodate the limitations of video communication while working from home

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  2. Black Inventor Garrett Morgan Saved Countless Lives with Gas Mask and Improved Traffi

    In 1916 he strapped on his “safety hood” and dragged rescuers to safety, but racism prevented him from being hailed as a hero

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  3. Killings by Police Declined after Black Lives Matter Protests

    A study also found body-camera use and community policing increased in places with the most active movements

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  4. People Literally Don't Know When to Shut Up--or Keep Talking--Science Confirms

    We are really bad at navigating a key transition point during one of the most basic social interactions

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  5. Teens and Other Volunteers Help Seniors Find Scarce COVID Shots

    Sign-up systems for vaccines are horribly confusing, so people across the U.S. set up Facebook pages and phone lines with hands-on help

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  6. Struggling Koalas Get Help from a Bold Breeding Program

    Australia’s bushfires devastated koala populations, but a first-ever mix of capture and genetics could aid a marsupial comeback

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  7. Mystery of Spinning Atomic Fragments Solved at Last

    New experiments have answered the decades-old question of how pieces of splitting nuclei get their spins

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  8. Graveyards Are Surprising Hotspots for Biodiversity

    Even the smallest burial sites could help conserve natural habitats in agricultural landscapes

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  9. 'March Mammal Madness' Brings Simulated Animal Fights to Huge Audiences

    The annual science education event describes imaginary encounters to teach ecology

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  10. New Supernova Alert System Promises Early Access to Spectacles in Space

    Upgrades to the SuperNova Early Warning System (SNEWS) detection system offer advance notice of impending blasts

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  11. A Few Fixes Could Cut Noise Pollution That Hurts Ocean Animals

    Redesigning ship propellors and installing acoustic “curtains” could lower the volume on anthropogenic noise that disrupts ocean life

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  12. COVID Variants May Arise in People with Compromised Immune Systems

    The case history of a U.K. man in his 70s shows how selective “pressures” bring about viral mutations

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  13. Unraveling the Complex Link between COVID and Diabetes

    Infection with the pandemic-causing virus seems to trigger diabetes in some patients. Here are five plausible explanations as to why

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  14. AI System Can Sniff Out Disease as Well as Dogs Do

    Researchers are training algorithms to emulate trained dogs’ ability to detect cancer and other diseases, perhaps including COVID-19

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    Just feeling a bit burnt out right now, waiting...

    Just feeling a bit burnt out right now, waiting for inspiration.

    This hurts my brain to think about, maybe I need it written out a bit clearer
  16. Thread: Clanks

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    ah, I'd fixed it on stats6, but hadn't promoted...

    ah, I'd fixed it on stats6, but hadn't promoted to stats.

    Done that now, should work.
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    fixed

    fixed
  18. How NASA Aims to Achieve Perseverance's High-Stakes Mars Landing

    The robotic rover’s touchdown is meant to be the most accurate ever attempted on the Red Planet, opening the way for future pinpoint landfalls throughout the solar system

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  19. Mammoth Genomes Shatter Record for Oldest DNA Sequences

    Researchers extracted DNA from fossils that are more than a million years old, illuminating the origins of the woolly mammoth and the Columbian mammoth

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  20. As Perseverance Approaches Mars, Scientists Debate Its Sampling Strategy

    The car-sized rover is the first step in an ambitious effort to bring pieces of the Red Planet back to Earth, but some crucial details remain undecided

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    Science Songs: A Spotify Playlist

    Aerodynamics, androids and fly larvae feature in our curated collection of top indie tunes inspired by science

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  22. Booster Shots Against Scary COVID Virus Variants Are In the Works

    Vaccine makers are designing follow-up shots, based on new mutations, to keep the disease at bay

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  23. Miniature Satellites Reveal Cause of Deadly Uttarakhand Flood That Devastated Hydroel

    The disaster draws attention to the controversial hydropower projects in the Himalayas

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  24. People Answer Scientists' Queries in Real Time While Dreaming

    Researchers demonstrate that during REM sleep, people can hear—and respond to—simple questions (What is eight minus six?)

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  25. Experts Answer the Biggest COVID Vaccine Questions

    What does “95 percent effective” mean? Should you get vaccinated if you have had COVID? Is there a best vaccine?

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