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1 Identified gene mutations impact on the severity of a type of hematologic cancer
2 Machine learning methods provide new insights into organic-inorganic interfaces
3 A research team of the CNIO and the HKUST identifies how some gliomas develop chemoresistance
4 Angels in disguise: Angelfishes hybridize more than any other coral reef species
5 Sulfur-containing polymer generates high refractive index and transparency?
6 An easier way to go veggie: Vitamin B12 can be produced during dough fermentation
7 Four-compartment modeling can help determine best COVID-19 control strategy
8 Iron study combats anaemia with cutting-edge computer simulation
9 European Heart Journal: Cell infusions benefit heart patients
10 Photoperiod and temperature prove secondary growth resumption in northern hemisphere conifers
11 A 40-year journey leads to a new truffle species
12 Monarchs raised in captivity may be worse at migrating than wild monarchs raised outdoors
13 Tracking and forecasting outbreak risk of dengue, Zika and other Aedes-transmitted diseases
14 Dolphin calf entangled in fishing line only lived two years following rescue
15 Lockdown study reports surge in health anxieties
16 Decoy receptor neutralizes coronavirus in cell cultures
17 Implantable transmitter provides wireless option for biomedical devices
18 Exposure to common cold coronaviruses can teach the immune system to recognize SARS-CoV-2
19 The problem with microwaving tea
20 Surface clean-up technology won't solve ocean plastic problem
21 Large study confirms vitamin D does not reduce risk of depression in adults
22 Scientists discover new penguin colonies from space
23 Small trees offer hope for rainforests
24 Stars rich in phosphorus: Seeds of life in the universe
25 Greater connectedness in remote areas: A Ka-band transceiver for satellite communications
26 Blood-thinner with no bleeding side-effects is here
27 Finding toxic carcinogenic metals faster in foods and water
28 Droplet spread from humans doesn't always follow airflow
29 A targeted treatment for emphysema?
30 Nanostructures modeled on moth eyes effective for anti-icing
31 How animation speed affects consumers' perception of product size
32 Blood test could diagnose baby brain damage just hours after birth
33 Artificial intelligence-enhanced ECGs may speed heart failure diagnosis and treatment
34 Brace yourself for these results
35 Grooming behavior between dairy cows reveals complex social network
36 Penis microbiota predicts if a man's female partner will develop bacterial vaginosis
37 African American BMi associated with severe COVID-19 and ICU admission
38 New obesity guideline: Address root causes as foundation of obesity management
39 Ankylosing spondylitis (AS): Becoming a mother despite having a rheumatic disease?
40 SpaceX completes test flight of Mars rocket prototype
41 SpaceX brings NASA astronauts home safe in milestone mission
42 Astronauts praise 'flawless' SpaceX capsule landing
43 Scientists find way to track space junk in daylight
44 Spaceflight Inc. chooses Tethers Unlimited's Terminator Tape to deorbit of Orbit Transfer Vehicle
45 Millennium Space Systems completes DRAG RACER satellite qualification ahead of orbital debris mission
46 Reducing the risk of space debris collision
47 Using sunlight to save satellites from a fate of 'space junk'
48 New Observatory Will Track Near-Earth Satellites and Space Debris
49 UK commits new funding to combat space debris
50 Solving the space junk problem
51 Russian Meteor-M satellite resumes work after meteoroid strike
52 Russia Probes Explosion of One of Its Used Boosters in Orbit
53 Swinging for the Space Fence
54 L3Harris Technologies to modernize US capabilities to detect orbital objects
55 USSF announces initial operational capability and operational acceptance of Space Fence
56 Outer Space Chicken
57 Astroscale teams with JAXA for Commercial Removal of Debris Demonstration Project
58 'Satellite Collision is a Clear and Present Danger'--Professor
59 Suspected space debris breaks into pieces over Southern California
60 Two defunct satellites narrowly miss collision: officials
61 Space telescope could collide with junked military satellite
62 Russia considers assessing risk of Soviet-made nuclear-powered satellites falling to Earth
63 DirecTV races to de-orbit satellite it fears could explode
64 TV provider shifting satellite to high orbit over explosion fears
65 Astroscale awarded grant from to commercialize active debris removal services
66 Russian spy satellite has broken up in space says harvard astronomer
67 Lasers learn to accurately spot space junk
68 OneWeb to use advanced grappling tech from Altius Space Machines
69 ESA to fund world's first space debris removal mission
70 Universe Is More Homogeneous than Expected
71 Cosmic tango between the very small and the very large
72 Researchers confirm age of universe at 13.8 billion years
73 A Beacon from the Early Universe
74 Mapping the Early Universe with NASA's Webb Telescope
75 A blue spark to shine on the origin of the Universe
76 Australian scientists reveal a lost 8 billion light years of universe evolution
77 New distance measurements bolster challenge to basic model of universe
78 Astrophysicists confirm cornerstone of Einstein's Theory of Relativity
79 Cosmic quasars embrace 1970s fashion trend
80 Hubble makes surprising find in the early universe
81 Astronomers find cosmic golden needle buried for two decades
82 Half the matter in the universe was missing--we found it hiding in the cosmos
83 Media incorrectly connects UH research to parallel universe theory
84 The weight of the Universe
85 'Elegant' solution reveals how the universe got its structure
86 T2K insight into the origin of the universe
87 Rethinking cosmology: Universe expansion may not be uniform
88 Discovery by UMass Lowell-led team challenges nuclear theory
89 Zero-energy bound states in the high-temperature superconductors at 2-dimensional limit
90 Holographic cosmological model and thermodynamics on the horizon of the universe
91 Chandra Data Tests "Theory of Everything"
92 Paper sheds light on infant Universe and origin of matter
93 Tracking down the mystery of matter
94 Why is there any matter in the universe at all? New Sussex study sheds light
95 AI tool developed to predict the structure of the Universe
96 Cosmic magnifying glasses yield independent measure of universe's expansion
97 Scientists Find Two Meteorites in Two Weeks
98 New technique enables mineral ID of precious Antarctic micrometeorites
99 An origin story for a family of oddball meteorites
100 2016 Arizona meteorite fall points researchers to source of ll chondrites
101 Modern science reveals ancient secret in Japanese literature
102 First research results on the 'spectacular meteorite fall' of Flensburg
103 Meteorite chunk contains unexpected evidence of presolar grains
104 Meteorite contains the oldest material on Earth: 7-billion-year-old stardust
105 A European dream team for Mars
106 ESA tunes up Mars rover for challenges ahead
107 Airbus wins next study contract for Martian Sample Fetch Rover
108 ExoMars spots unique green glow at the Red Planet
109 ExoMars rover upgrades and parachute tests
110 Choosing rocks on Mars to bring to Earth
111 ExoMars to take off for the Red Planet in 2022
112 LZH's MOMA laser ready for the flight to Mars
113 Promising progress for ExoMars parachutes
114 Deep sea microbes dormant for 100 million years are hungry and ready to multiply
115 Scientists revive microbes from 100 million years ago
116 Study sheds light on the evolution of the earliest dinosaurs
117 Experts' high-flying study reveals secrets of soaring birds
118 American crocodiles likely left Africa more than 5 million years ago
119 Life in ocean abyss recovered quickly after end-Cretaceous mass extinction event
120 A tiny ancient relative of dinosaurs and pterosaurs discovered
121 Amber fossils reveal true colors of 99 million-year-old insects
122 Fish fossils become buried treasure
123 Rochester researchers unlock clues to a dramatic chapter of Earth's geological history
124 New discovery of giant bipedal crocodile footprints in the cretaceous of Korea
125 Terrestrial extinctions during Great Dying altered chemistry of oceans