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  1. How Could the Beirut Explosion Happen? Experts Explain

    To get to the roots of disasters like this one, investigators rely on video footage, documents, interviews and other evidence

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  2. Higgs Boson Gives Next-Generation Particle Its Heft

    Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider suggest that muons and other “second-generation particles” obtain their mass from interacting with the Higgs, further strengthening the...
  3. Europe's Euclid Space Telescope Will See Cosmos with Panoramic Vision

    Launching in 2022, the wide-field observatory will be one of three next-generation facilities meant to lift the veil on dark energy, dark matter and other cosmic mysteries

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  4. Weird Mystery Seeds Arriving by Mail Sprout Biodiversity Concerns

    An invasive plant expert explains what could happen if enigmatic seeds shipped from China are released

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  5. How Do Scientists Determine the Ages of Human Ancestors, Fossilized Dinosaurs and Oth

    Experts explain how radiometric dating allows them to reconstruct ancient time lines

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  6. How Dozens of Languages Help Build Gender Stereotypes

    Usage patterns shape biases worldwide, whether in Japanese, Persian or English

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  7. How to Evaluate COVID-19 News without Freaking Out

    Disinformation expert Carl Bergstrom gives tips on how to stay calm and make sense of pandemic news

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  8. Neural Switch Flips on Aggression in Male Mice

    A separate set of cells in the same region regulate sexual behavior

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  10. Do Animals Really Anticipate Earthquakes? Sensors Hint They Do

    Cows, sheep and dogs increased their activity before tremors, seemingly reacting, in part, to one another

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  11. Concerns about Waning COVID-19 Immunity Are Likely Overblown

    The decline seen in some studies is normal, experts say. But scientists must wait to see whether infection confers long-term protection

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  12. Plants Have Hormones, Too, and Tweaking Them Could Improve Food Supply

    Crops sense and respond to drought, pests and other stressors in surprising ways, researchers are discovering

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  13. One Mystery of Stonehenge's Origins Has Finally Been Solved

    Detailed testing of the chemical signature of the Neolithic monument’s most prominent large stones pinpointed where they came from

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  14. Strongest Evidence Yet Shows Air Pollution Kills

    The finding comes as the Trump administration has been rolling back clean air regulations

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  15. NASA's Ingenuity--the First Ever Off-World Helicopter--Is Set for a 'Wright Brothers

    Launching with the Perseverance rover, this technology demonstration could lead to revolutionary new capabilities in interplanetary exploration

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  16. An Immune Protein Could Prevent Severe COVID-19--if It Is Given at the Right Time

    The antiviral interferon might help early but exacerbate disease in later stages

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  17. Scientists Unveil First Ever Pictures of Multiple Planets around a Sunlike Star

    The two giant worlds, each much larger than Jupiter, constitute only the third multiplanet system ever imaged

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  18. World War II's Warsaw Ghetto Holds Lifesaving Lessons for COVID-19

    An outbreak of typhus in the densely packed walled enclosure was countered by adopting all-too-familiar public health measures

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  19. The Beautiful Things inside Your Head: Winners of the 10th Annual Art of Neuroscience

    The top works—and our favorites—range from interactive pieces to a pen-and-paper drawing

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  20. Quantum Tunneling Is Not Instantaneous, Physicists Show

    A new experiment tracks the transit time of particles burrowing through barriers, revealing previously unknown details of a deeply counterintuitive phenomenon

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  21. Japan Prepares for Hayabusa2's Daring Return to Earth

    In December the spacecraft will swing past our planet and drop off samples collected from an ancient asteroid

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  22. COVID-19 Pandemic Shows Telecommuting Can Help Fight Climate Change

    In cities with relatively clean electricity and long car commutes, widespread telework could reduce greenhouse gas emissions

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  23. Genes May Influence COVID-19 Risk, New Studies Hint

    DNA changes tied to immune reactions, a viral doorway and blood type could affect disease severity

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  24. Contact Tracing, a Key Way to Slow COVID-19, Is Badly Underused by the U.S.

    Despite tracing’s success in other countries, the U.S. government has failed to adequately fund or apply the tool

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  25. Experimental Blood Test Detects Cancer up to Four Years before Symptoms Appear

    The assay looks for stomach, esophageal, colorectal, lung and liver malignancies

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