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  1. Scientists Supersize Quantum Effects with Entangled Drum Duet

    Two teams have demonstrated new degrees of quantum measurements in micron-sized metal drums

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  2. First in Flight: NASA Just Proved Flying on Mars Is Possible--Next Up Is the Solar Sy

    With Ingenuity’s five successful flights on the Red Planet, aviation may find unexpected footing in the future of space exploration

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  3. Genes Linked to Self-Awareness in Modern Humans Were Less Common in Neandertals

    Brain networks for memory and planning may have set us apart from Neandertals—and chimps

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  4. Bird Brawlers Love Spectators--Other Avian Species Are Welcome at Ringside

    Tufted titmice scuffle more vigorously in front of a crowd—even if some of the onlookers are woodpeckers

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  5. The NYPD's Robot Dog Was a Really Bad Idea: Here's What Went Wrong

    Design, context and timing influence whether humans embrace a robot or reject it

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  6. People May Have Used Fire to Clear Forests More Than 80,000 Years Ago

    Bushland around northern Lake Malawi in Africa might be the legacy of people burning forests tens of thousands of years earlier

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  7. Reckless Rush to Reopen Threatens Chile's Exemplary Vaccination Strategy

    Easing restrictions without clear risk communication undercuts some of the country’s hard-won progress in fighting the pandemic

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

    And ecologist Suzanne Simard says they need our help to survive

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  9. '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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. Artificial Intelligence Develops an Ear for Birdsong

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

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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. Algorithm Virtually Unfolds a Historical Letter without Unsealing It

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

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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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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