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  1. Climate Risks Bill Could Spark Shift to Truly Green Economy

    The legislation could incentivize greener investments by requiring companies to report the risks that climate poses to their business

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    Space Junk Removal Is Not Going Smoothly

    Despite promising technology demonstrations, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for the growing problem of taking out the orbital trash

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  3. Students Who Gesture during Learning 'Grasp' Concepts Better

    Hand movement appears to help in teaching about statistical models

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  4. Schools Can Open Safely during COVID, the Latest Evidence Shows

    The risk of COVID transmission in schools is very low if precautions are taken

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  5. Psilocybin Therapy May Work as Well as Common Antidepressant

    For the first time, a randomized controlled trial shows the psychedelic offers potent, if short-term, relief in comparison with an SSRI

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  6. Climate Emergency Stymies Forecasts of Local Disaster Risks

    After a record-setting year for hurricanes and wildfires, the insurance industry is grappling with the role of our climate emergency in estimating local disaster damages

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  7. Coping Strategies of Ocean Castaways Hold Lessons for the COVID Pandemic

    Shipwreck victims cast adrift for weeks or months exhibit a resilience that serves as a model to weather any extended crisis

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  8. New Arkansas Law--and Similar Bills--Endanger Transgender Youth, Research Shows

    The legislation runs counter to evidence that puberty blockers and hormone treatments are safe and save lives

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  9. Youth Leaders for Climate Justice Say, 'We Are Ready to Work'

    Inspiring individuals from Argentina, Colombia and Kuwait lay out actions that can improve people’s lives

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  10. The James Webb Space Telescope's First Year of Extraordinary Science Has Been Reveale

    From more than 1,000 proposals, the scientists that hoped to perform the observatory’s historic first studies now know their fate

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  11. Brood X Cicadas Could Cause a Bird Baby Boom

    Billions of emerging insects will likely trigger predator population surges—but some species mysteriously opt out of such bounties

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  12. Long-Awaited Muon Measurement Boosts Evidence for New Physics

    Initial data from the Muon g-2 experiment have excited particle physicists searching for undiscovered subatomic particles and forces

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  13. Forgotten Memories of Traumatic Events Get Some Backing from Brain-Imaging Studies

    A new wave of research seeks neurological signatures for a type of amnesia

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  14. What Monkeys Can Teach Humans about Resilience after Disaster

    Following Hurricane Maria, a Puerto Rican colony of rhesus macaques broadened their social networks. Could humans do the same post-COVID?

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  15. Our Brain Typically Overlooks This Brilliant Problem-Solving Strategy

    People often limit their creativity by continually adding new features to a design rather than removing existing ones

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  16. Slovakia Offers a Lesson in How Rapid Testing Can Fight COVID

    One of the country’s top epidemiologists explains how population-wide use of rapid antigen tests—in combination with other measures—helped get its outbreak under control

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    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.

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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. Hurricane Names from Greek Alphabet Are Dropped

    Sticking with human names will lessen confusion and distraction

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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

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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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...
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