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  1. Could Newly Found "Peacekeeping" Cells Be a Weapon against COVID-19?

    In mice, these white blood cells tamp down inflammation in the lungs

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    Ocean Species Are Shifting toward the Poles

    Changes in species abundance can throw food chains out of whack and put livelihoods at risk

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    Antarctic Fish Is a Blood Doping Champion

    To remain active in frigid environments, the bald notothen drastically adjusts oxygen in its blood

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  4. NASA Moon Program and Hubble Telescope Successor Face COVID-19 Delays

    Space agencies must balance keeping staff safe and meeting launch deadlines

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  5. Map Reveals Hidden U.S. Hotspots of Coronavirus Infection

    By adjusting for population, researchers have identified rural areas in several states that could be disproportionally affected by COVID-19

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  6. High-Tech Ghost Ships Will Set Sail sans Sailors

    Maritime technology groups are building robotic vessels to cross the oceans

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  7. Here's How Coronavirus Tests Work--and Who Offers Them

    PCR-based tests are being rolled out in hospitals nationwide, and the Food and Drug Administration is fast-tracking novel approaches as well

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  8. The Loneliness of the "Social Distancer" Triggers Brain Cravings Akin to Hunger

    A study on isolation’s neural underpinnings implies many may feel literally “starved” for contact amid the COVID-19 pandemic

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  9. Collision on One Side of Pluto Ripped Up Terrain on the Other, Study Suggests

    A new computer model shows how a buried ocean on the dwarf planet might have enabled seismic waves to travel

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  10. Empathy Machine: Humans Communicate Better after Robots Show Their Vulnerable Side

    The behavior of such machines influences how people treat one another

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  11. The Effects of COVID-19 Will Ripple through Food Systems

    Staple crops are likely to be less affected by measures to control the virus, but farmers growing more specialized ones could feel the pinch

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  12. Milky Way Dark Matter Signals in Doubt after Controversial New Papers

    New analyses question whether mysterious gamma-ray and x-ray light in the galaxy actually stems from an invisible mass

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  13. Coronavirus Vaccines May Not Work for the Elderly--and This Lab Aims to Change That

    A team at Boston Children’s Hospital is searching for ways to boost a vaccine’s effectiveness for those who need it most

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  14. Thread: MM's (Test)

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    Not sure, why I've never done those. Added them....

    Not sure, why I've never done those. Added them.

    Maxwells and Mirb's will be recalculated overnight for them.
  15. Thread: MM's (Test)

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    oops, forgot to copy over the updated rewrite...

    oops, forgot to copy over the updated rewrite rules to stats from stats6.

    Should work now if you refresh
  16. Will String Theory Finally Be Put to the Experimental Test?

    Physicists have found a way the theory might limit the cosmic inflation that is thought to have expanded the early universe

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  17. Lessons from Past Outbreaks Could Help Fight the Coronavirus Pandemic

    The 1918 influenza pandemic and 2002–2003 SARS outbreak suggest social distancing measures, communication and international cooperation are the most effective methods to slow COVID-19

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  18. Paris Climate Agreement Architects Make a Case for "Stubborn Optimism"

    It is possible for the world to cut emissions enough to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. But tenacious belief will be needed to achieve that goal

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  19. Larry Brilliant Helped to Eradicate Smallpox--and He Has Advice for COVID-19

    The doctor’s firsthand experience with epidemics gives him a unique view of our current health crisis

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  20. How to Triage Patients Who Need Intensive Care

    A new computer model analyzes when to admit people to intensive care units—and when to move them out—which could help doctors handle the coronavirus surge

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  21. Blood Ties: Vampire Bats Build Trust to Become Food-Sharing Pals

    New research examines how the animals begin close, blood-sharing partnerships

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  22. Near Real-Time Studies Look for Behavioral Measures Vital to Stopping Coronavirus

    The goal is to identify the best means of encouraging individuals to change the way they live. Young people may need more convincing

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  23. Carbon Conundrum: Experiment Aims to Re-create Synthesis of Key Element

    An Ohio particle accelerator will test an alternative idea of how the universe’s carbon came to be

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  24. Amino Acid Rock Music Helps Build New Proteins

    Some scientists teach computers to “see” proteins. Markus Buehler is teaching them to hear the compounds instead

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  25. Ultrasonic Attack Device Hacks Phones through Solid Objects

    Hackers could trick voice assistants to make calls or compromise texts

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