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  1. Ancient DNA Yields New Clues to Dead Sea Scrolls

    A sensitive genetic fingerprinting technique could help scholars learn more from thousands of fragile parchment fragments

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  2. How to Use Masks during the Coronavirus Pandemic

    What kinds of face coverings work for protection against COVID-19? How do you use them safely? A series of simple steps outlines the answers

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  3. Should Ecologists Treat Male and Female Animals like 'Different Species'?

    Creatures from albatross to loggerhead turtles will use different habitats, depending on their sex—a factor that is often not accounted for in conservation plans

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  4. Coronavirus Lockdowns May Raise Exposure to Indoor Air Pollution

    Smarter cooking and cleaning can lessen the risk

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  5. From behind the Coronavirus Mask, an Unseen Smile Can Still Be Heard

    Emotion researcher Ursula Hess explains why a facial expression can be detected when obscured by a face covering

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  6. COVID-19 Vaccine Developers Search for Antibodies That 'First Do No Harm'

    Biotechs and pharma want to protect patients without triggering immune system havoc

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  7. Coronavirus Antibody Therapies Raise Hopes--and Skepticism

    Some experts caution we should temper our expectations about the much-touted approach

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  8. A Monday Is a Tuesday Is a Sunday as COVID-19 Disrupts Internal Clocks

    A global natural experiment examines the time warp of life under quarantine

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  9. Back in Business: NASA Is Set to Return to Human Spaceflight with Historic SpaceX Lau

    Two astronauts will ride a privately built rocket and spacecraft to orbit, marking the first launch of humans from U.S. soil in nearly a decade

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  10. New Design Helps N95 Mask Wearers Breathe Easier

    The device prevents oxygen deprivation in coronavirus-blocking respirators

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  11. Will the Earth 'Remember' the Coronavirus Pandemic?

    Tree rings, ice cores and sediment deposits could record changes in pollution during the global shutdown

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  12. Coronavirus Pandemic Threatens to Derail Polio Eradication--but There's a Silver Lini

    COVID-19 has stifled the world’s largest immunization program. Yet polio’s vast workforce is also helping in the fight against the new disease

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  13. Bumblebees Bite Plants to Force Them to Flower (Seriously)

    The behavior could be an evolutionary adaptation that lets bees forage more easily

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  14. NASA Proposes New Rules for Moon-Focused Space Race

    The Artemis Accords could ensure a peaceful and prosperous future for lunar exploration—if everyone agrees to them

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  15. How the Coronavirus Has Changed Animals' Landscape of Fear

    The pandemic lockdowns are providing a window into how a wariness of humans uniquely shapes other species’ behavior

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  16. Early Coronavirus Immunity Data Fuel Promise for a Vaccine

    Researchers found COVID-19 infection produces a strong T cell response. Here’s why they say that is good news

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  17. Thread: Boinc@tacc

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    split CPID?? I have the same issue as I can't get...

    split CPID?? I have the same issue as I can't get them to even acknowledge my request to change my email address which you can;t do manually at that project
  18. Thread: SRBase duplicate

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    yeah, this is a failsafe. The old is 'marked for...

    yeah, this is a failsafe. The old is 'marked for deletion' internally - I've gone ahead and ran the cleanup process in this case.
  19. New Artificial Eye Mimics a Retina's Natural Curve

    Researchers have crafted a device that replicates the shape of the eye’s sensory membrane

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  20. Astronomers Get Earliest Ever Glimpse of Ancient Giant Galaxy

    The disk of gas and stars resembles our own Milky Way but somehow formed when the universe was only about 10 percent of its current age

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  21. Human Viruses Can Jump into Animals, Too--Sowing the Seeds of Future Epidemics

    “Reverse zoonosis” may foster the right conditions for the next COVID-19

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  22. Shyness Helps Parrotfish Survive Invasive Predators

    Prey fish still do not recognize lionfish as a threat. But selection pressure from the invaders is making them shy

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  23. Pi in the Sky: General Relativity Passes the Ratio's Test

    Using gravitational waves to approximate pi, physicists see no problem with Einstein’s theory

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  24. Thread: Ibercivis Mark II

    by Bok
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    Actually neither are in any particular order, but...

    Actually neither are in any particular order, but just how the db throws them out there. Just a coincidence that the users are in alphabetic order.

    As for when in the day, my milestone table is...
  25. Thread: Ibercivis Mark II

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    I've started to make these changes on stats6...

    I've started to make these changes on stats6 finally. Take a look and see what you think. I have not put anything on yet for when the list is > 5 which I still plan to
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