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1 Sophisticatedly engineered 'watercourts' stored live fish, fueling Florida's Calusa kingdom
2 When warblers warn of cowbirds, blackbirds get the message
3 Soy scaffolds: Breakthrough in cultivated meat production
4 Identification of viruses and bacteria could be sped up through computational methods
5 What can fruit flies teach us about how creatures find food?
6 Honeyeaters send lightning-fast warning signals
7 Chimpanzees found to age in ways similar to humans
8 The architecture of a 'shape-shifting' norovirus
9 Cooperative male dolphins match the tempo of each other's calls
10 Study shows large ocean predators are more active in temperate regions
11 Insight into how insects sense and process pain and other negative stimuli
12 There's too much nitrogen and phosphorus in U.S. waterways
13 Blocking iron transport could stop tuberculosis
14 Using iPS cells to decipher the timing at the beginning of life
15 Landmark study concludes marine life can be rebuilt by 2050
16 Natural light flicker can help prevent detection
17 Tiny fly from Los Angeles has a taste for crushed invasive snails
18 Physical force alone spurs gene expression, study reveals
19 Evolutionary adaptation helped cave bears hibernate, but may have caused extinction
20 American robins now migrate 12 days earlier than in 1994
21 Study finds fish have diverse, distinct gut microbiomes
22 Discovery of life in solid rock deep beneath sea may inspire new search for life on Mars
23 A 3-D-printed brain could make it easier to find cancer treatments
24 Bioengineering biomimetic human small muscular pulmonary arteries
25 Genetic self-activation maintains plant stem cells
26 Repair instead of renew: Damaged powerhouses of cells have their own 'workshop mode'
27 Whooping cranes form larger flocks as wetlands are lost--and it may put them at risk
28 The face of a mouse reveals its emotions: study
29 Turning cells into computers with protein logic gates
30 Scientists develop 'backpack' computers to track wild animals in hard-to-reach habitats
31 Scientists discover a new class of taste receptors
32 Researchers solve structure of 'inverted' rhodopsin
33 Study: The strength of collagen influenced by intersections of fibers
34 It's not enough just to get there: Dispersing species face social barriers, too
35 Genome variation gives insight into coronavirus spread
36 Plant root hairs key to reducing soil erosion
37 Study identifies new temperature sensing mechanism in plants
38 Deep-sea worms and bacteria team up to harvest methane
39 Cold War nuclear bomb tests reveal true age of whale sharks
40 Viruses don't have a metabolism; but some have the building blocks for one
41 Great apes and COVID-19: Experts raise the alarm for endangered species
42 Study: Genes that time juvenile-to-adult transition are triggered by a single protein
43 Scientists discover legacy of past weather in stories of prairie plant restoration
44 Lignin research yields additional answers into bacteria's role
45 Cell muscle movements visualised for first time
46 Insect wings hold antimicrobial clues for improved medical implants
47 Breakthrough in unlocking genetic potential of ocean microbes
48 Study advances single-cell transcriptome profiling
49 Researchers describe how biofuels can achieve cost parity with petroleum fuels
50 Climate change to affect fish sizes and complex food webs
51 Scientists' warning to humanity on insect extinctions
52 Innovative birds are less vulnerable to extinction
53 Lifestyle trumps geography in determining makeup of gut microbiome
54 Research unearths the science behind the smell of spring
55 How soil microbes help plants resist disease
56 Scientists develop new way to identify the sex of sea turtle hatchlings
57 How wallflowers evolved a complementary pair of plant defenses
58 What do soap bubbles and butterflies have in common?
59 The link between virus spillover, wildlife extinction and the environment
60 Researchers show how forest loss leads to spread of disease
61 Some flowers have learned to bounce back after injury
62 Hidden army: How starfish could build up numbers to attack coral reefs
63 Deep-sea animal communities can change dramatically and erratically over time
64 Skin microbiome of poisonous newts facilitates adaptive tetrodotoxin production
65 Mutation reduces energy waste in plants
66 Harbor seals find it difficult to be heard over noise of cruise ships
67 Research uncovers microbial life in radioactive waste storage sites
68 World's largest map of protein connections holds clues to health and disease
69 Advance in understanding actin sheds light on cell function
70 Researchers uncover importance of aligning biological clock with day-night cycles
71 Study finds damaged fertilized egg sends signal that helps mother live a longer healthy life
72 Vexing Nemo: Motorboat noise makes clownfish stressed and aggressive
74 Scientists reveal the coronavirus camouflage that will aid hunt for vaccine
75 Plants control microbiome diversity inside leaves to promote health
76 Black rhinos eavesdrop on the alarm calls of hitchhiking oxpeckers to avoid humans
77 How do mantis shrimp find their way home?
78 Stuttering DNA orchestrates the start of the mosquito's life
79 Making sense of scents: 3-D videos reveal how the nose detects odor combinations
80 Rethinking biosecurity governance
81 Geneticists discover regulatory mechanism of chromosome inheritance
82 Using alveolar epithelia as a model for coronavirus infection
83 Deforestation surged following end of armed conflict in Colombia
84 Protective gene in wild wheatgrass could stop fusarium head blight in wheat and barley
85 A model for better predicting the unpredictable byproducts of genetic modification
86 A light driven proton pump in distant relative
87 New species discovered during exploration of abyssal deep sea canyons off Ningaloo
88 Researchers move closer to producing heparin in the lab
89 Research team develops new CRISPR diagnostic test
90 The building blocks of gum disease
91 Small protein that synchronizes the circadian clocks in shoots and roots
92 Scientists discover bent-toed gecko species in Cambodia
93 Researchers describe possible mechanism for link between obesity and breast cancer
94 Mathematical modeling draws more accurate picture of coronavirus cases
95 Countries facing pressure to loosen virus restrictions
96 Virus-era decisions: Way too many, and each with high stakes
97 'Medibot' to do rounds on Malaysian virus wards
98 Australian study: Many home blood pressure monitors not validated for accuracy
99 People with type 2 diabetes and heart disease may benefit from newer therapies
100 South Korea to ship coronavirus tests to US this week: report
101 Ion channel VRAC enhances immune response against viruses
102 Gamma radiation found ineffective in sterilizing N95 masks
103 Test for antibodies against novel coronavirus developed at Stanford Medicine
104 Neurologic effects seen in a third of hospitalized COVID-19 patients
105 How do we exit the shutdown? Hire an army of public health workers
106 COVID-19's unequal toll on black Americans
107 Oncologists, patients weigh treatment and coronavirus risk: 'Cancer is a disease that does not wait.'
108 Sheltering at home? Take steps to prevent injuries from falls
109 Innovative decontamination process mitigates N95 mask shortage in hospitals
110 Racial bias in health care hurts patients. But that can change.
111 Can runners spew viruses farther than 6 feet? Scientists suggest avoiding the 'slipstream'
112 Fruit may mask taste of dark green vegetables in commercial baby foods