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1 Rely on gut feeling? New research identifies how second brain in gut communicates
2 Phage therapy shows potential for treating prosthetic joint infections
3 If relaxed too soon, physical distancing measures might have been all for naught
4 Lego-inspired bone and soft tissue repair with tiny, 3D-printed bricks
5 Desert mosses use quartz rocks as sun shades
6 Increasing rates of preventable hospitalizations among adults with dementia
7 L-type calcium channel blockers may contribute to heart failure, study finds
8 Do bicycles slow down cars on low speed, low traffic roads? Latest research says 'no'
9 Young dolphins pick their friends wisely
10 Silicon core fishbone waveguide extends frequency comb
11 Study finds decline in emergent hospitalizations during early phase of COVID-19
12 Small-farm tech reduces deforestation, climate change
13 FSU biologists shed light on how cells move resources
14 Different from a computer: Why the brain never processes the same input in the same way
15 Frequent social media use influences depressive symptoms over time among LGBTQ youth
16 Preventing the next pandemic
17 A new approach to aiding black male trauma survivors
18 Some 'inert' drug ingredients may be biologically active
19 Study identifies spread of bee disease via flowers
20 Getting a grip on near-field light
21 New technology makes homes more energy independent, helps divert power during blackouts
22 Online tools can improve autism diagnosis
23 New approach simultaneously measures EEG and fMRI connectomes
24 Researchers find evidence of smallpox in the viking age
25 New native Hawaiian land snail species discovered, first in 60 years
26 Researchers develop a method for predicting unprecedented events
27 New CRISPR C-to-G DNA base editor expands the landscape of precision genome editing
28 Two distinct circuits drive inhibition in the sensory thalamus of the brain
29 PolyA-miner assesses the effect of alternative polyadenylation on gene expression
30 Hubble sees summertime on Saturn
31 Scientists chart SARS-CoV-2 origin and transmission in Brazil, harboring one of fastest growing COVID-19 epidemics in the world
32 Research news tip sheet: Story ideas from Johns Hopkins Medicine
33 A never-before-seen cell state may explain cancer's ability to resist drugs
34 Coral reefs show resilience to rising temperatures
35 Battling harmful algae blooms
36 COVID-19 vaccine innovation could dramatically speed up worldwide production
37 Shifts seen in breeding times and duration for 73 boreal bird species over 40 years
38 Gene in fat plays key role in insulin resistance
39 Peer mentorship can be more effective, accessible than traditional mentorship in academic medicine
40 Reef sharks in decline
41 How does cooperation evolve?
42 2 immunotherapies merged into single, more effective treatment
43 New cell profiling method could speed TB drug discovery
44 Complex developmental patterns are under the control of surprisingly simple signals
45 UMD addresses African vulture poisoning with global disease and biodiversity implications
46 Where are arctic mosquitoes most abundant in Greenland and why?
47 Seeing the light: Researchers combine technologies for better light control
48 Hot or cold, venomous vipers still quick to strike
49 UMD researcher highlights trends in consolidation of US agriculture with 35 years of data
50 Driving immunometabolism to control lung infection
51 Correct dosage of methane-inhibiting additive in dairy cow feed shown in study
52 UCalgary study finds global trends in women's breast cancer show cause for concern
53 An international study analyzes five hundred years of floods in Europe
54 Electrons obey social distancing in 'strange' metals
55 When it comes to happiness, what's love got to do with it?
56 Research breakthrough in fight against chytrid fungus
57 Lone Star ticks in Illinois can carry, transmit Heartland virus
58 Quantum physicists crack mystery of 'strange metals,' a new state of matter
59 A conversation game may reduce disparity in end-of-life care for African Americans
60 Kidney transplantation between people with HIV is safe, NIH study finds
61 Teen museum educators increase engagement, learning, in tween visitors
62 Dual role discovered for molecule involved in autoimmune eye disease
63 Plant-based diets high in carbs improve type 1 diabetes, according to new case studies
64 ASCRS issues updated guidelines on surgery for Crohn's disease
65 Study: Factors linked to structural racism put latino communities at risk for COVID-19
66 The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health: Mothers unlikely to pass COVID-19 to their newborn babies if precautions are taken, small study suggests
67 The genetic basis of bats' superpowers revealed
68 Immune system--Knocked off balance
69 Closing the gap: finding undiagnosed hepatitis C infections after blood transfusions
70 Mercury remains a persistent poison in Connecticut's still river
71 Simple urine test could significantly improve detection of adrenal cancer
72 The spatial consistency of summer rainfall variability between the Mongolian Plateau and North China
73 Novel theory of climate dynamics: Three-pattern decomposition of global atmospheric circulation
74 Humanizing hotel brands during COVID-19 could encourage tourists to return
75 A mouse model was used to determine the personalized treatment for a cancer patient
76 The best players are passionate about football
77 CIC nanoGUNE reaches new depths in infrared nanospectroscopy
78 A new method to significantly increase the range and stability of optical tweezers
79 Lung ultrasound shows duration, severity of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
80 Software of autonomous driving systems
81 Lightning strikes more than 100 million times per year in the tropics
82 Boats and ships leave baby reef fish vulnerable to predators
83 Meet Cosmo, a bull calf designed to produce 75% male offspring
84 Excellent research results for CAR-T Cell therapy against Hodgkin lymphoma
85 Plastic flow into ocean expected to triple by 2040, action could stem tide more than 80%
86 Men 'less supportive' in more egalitarian nations
87 'Self-eating' process of stem cells may be the key to new regenerative therapies
88 Gene-controlling mechanisms play key role in cancer progression
89 New platform enables long-term tracking of stem cell-derived tissues after transplantation
90 Neandertals may have had a lower threshold for pain
91 Mammal cells could struggle to fight space germs
92 Fertility is likely to decline in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study finds
93 COVID-19 lockdown caused 50% global reduction in human-linked Earth vibrations
94 Home-made face masks likely need at least 2 layers to curb COVID-19 spread
95 Wide awake: Light pollution keeps magpies and pigeons tossing and turning
96 A novel tissue imaging system accelerates cancer diagnosis
97 New technique to capture carbon dioxide could greatly reduce power plant greenhouse gases
98 Study of US mass shootings, firearms homicides suggests two-pronged policy approach
99 Remember the first time you...? Mysterious brain structure sheds light on addiction
100 Genome-mapping reveals 'supermutation' resulting in cryptic coloration in stick insects
101 Spectacular ultraviolet flash may finally explain how white dwarfs explode
102 Vikings had smallpox and may have helped spread the world's deadliest virus
103 Genetic testing for heart diseases may help patients and families identify risks
104 New CT scan method lowers radiation exposure
105 Genes related to inflammation and stress may help tailor treatments for depression
106 Developing neural circuits linked to hunting behavior
107 The first mouse model of human pancreas cancer subtypes
108 Seismic background noise drastically reduced due to COVID-19 lockdown measures
109 Even immediate, significant efforts to reduce plastic pollution could leave Earth with 710 million metric tons by 2040, modeling suggests
110 Researchers capture cell-level details of curved cornea
111 Master's degree loan scheme must continue for further inclusivity, vast study finds
112 A world drowning in plastic pollution
113 A new MXene material shows extraordinary electromagnetic interference shielding ability
114 IUDs successfully manage menstrual pain in adolescents with disabilities
115 Palaeontology: Ancient African skull sheds light on American crocodile origins
116 Cells react differently to genomic imprinting
117 Tracking antibody profiles for influenza exposures across the lifespan
118 Could a urine test help assess aspects of cystic fibrosis?
119 Reexamining the history of slavery through 23andMe African ancestry data
120 How mosquitoes got their taste for human blood and what it means for the future
121 Highly stable amyloid protein aggregates may help plant seeds last longer
122 Big wheel ruts, big economic losses
123 MDI biological laboratory scientist develops new imaging method