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1 Supermassive black holes devour gas just like their petite counterparts
2 New evidence of how and when the Milky Way came together
3 Stair climbing offers significant cardiovascular and muscular benefits for heart patients
4 Greenland becoming darker, warmer as its snow ages and changes shape
5 Engineered organism could diagnose Crohn's disease flareups
6 Researchers identify 64 regions of the genome that increase risk for bipolar disorder
7 Brigham-led clinical trials take center stage at the American College of Cardiology
8 Dating the stars--Scientist provide most accurate picture yet
9 A path to aggressive breast cancer
10 Mothers can influence offspring's height, lifespan and disease risk through mitochondria
11 New study finds combination of Omega-3s in popular supplements may blunt heart benefits
12 From Avocet to Zebra Finch: big data study finds more than 50 billion birds in the world
13 A connection between senescence and stem cells caused by a breast cancer-initiating protein
14 The incredible return of Griffon Vulture to Bulgaria's Eastern Balkan Mountains
15 Save our oceans to protect our health--scientists call for global action plan
16 African rainforests still slowed climate change despite record heat and drought
17 Shortcut for dendritic cells
18 How plankton hold secrets to preventing pandemics
19 Mechanics of the infinitely small: NanoGear, towards a molecular gear
20 Autistic people across Europe have struggled to access COVID-19 services during pandemic
21 Machine learning (AI) accurately predicts cardiac arrest risk
22 Scientists explore Tesla roads not taken--and find new potential present-day utility
23 Permafrost carbon feedbacks threaten global climate goals
24 Collective intelligence can be predicted and quantified, new study finds
25 New tools needed to prevent plant disease pandemics
26 Preemie boys age faster as men, study shows
27 Prenatal detection of heart defects lower in rural, poor areas and among Hispanic women
28 New study of how US recreational cannabis legalization could change illegal drug markets
29 Part of the Greenland ice sheet may be close to a tipping point
30 The brain networks underlying imagination
31 New technology converts waste plastics to jet fuel in an hour
32 Indigenous peoples in Canada have higher death rates, complications after surgery
33 More kids seeing doctors virtually but some parents still hesitant
34 Some RNA molecules have unexpected sugar coating
35 US nurses working in critical care have been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
36 Lives may be saved by implementing ATS-recommended air quality standards
37 More severe OSA associated with COVID-19 risk, but longer use of PAP reduces risk
38 Elevated pulse rate in non-sleepy OSA heart patients may lead to serious cardiac events
39 New antimicrobial surface reduces bacteria build-up on medical instruments
40 Getting "wind" of the future: Making wind turbines low-maintenance and more resilient
41 Maintaining self-control--The careful balance of the immune system
42 New study identifies plasticity disparities between patients with brain malformation
43 Childhood disadvantage affects brain connectivity
44 Oregon researchers find cell division machinery that makes brain cells
45 Americans who get news from traditional sources more likely to accept COVID-19 vaccine
46 Adolescents' well-being and learning during COVID-19 linked to psychological needs
47 Study of Utah cancer care-at-home model demonstrates lower costs, better outcomes
48 Did Earth's early rise in oxygen help multicellular life evolve?
49 Rising energy demand for cooling
50 Grape genetics research reveals what makes the perfect flower
51 Strengthening interpersonal relationships helps medical patients live longer
52 Making mindfulness meditation more helpful starts with understanding how it can be harmful
53 Researchers develop framework incorporating renewables and flexible carbon capture
54 Saving the eastern monarch butterfly: SFU research
55 WVU researchers find disparities for COVID-19 testing and positivity rates
56 A gentler strategy for avoiding childhood dental decay
57 A new theory for what's happening in the brain when something looks familiar
58 Bone marrow disorder nearly 10-times more common in those with venom allergy
59 What happens in the brain when we imagine the future?
60 Scientists discover five new species of listeria, improving food safety
61 Ancient horse DNA reveals gene flow between Eurasian and North American horses
62 Novel simulation method predicts blood flow conditions behind von Willebrand disease
63 Study finds potential causality between blood clot factors and migraine with aura
64 Salk scientists reveal role of genetic switch in pigmentation and melanoma
65 New model for infectious disease could better predict future pandemics
66 New peanut has a wild past and domesticated present
67 Nanofiber filter captures almost 100% of coronavirus aerosols
68 Global food security: Climate change adaptation requires new cultivars
69 Combining immunotherapies against cancer
70 Environmental concerns propel research into marine biofuels
71 Experts call for better design of early drug trials for Alzheimer's and related dementias
72 BU study: Racial disparities in COVID-19 mortality wider than reported
73 Tulane researchers develop test that can detect childhood tuberculosis a year ahead
74 Peatlands pose complex, poorly understood wildfire risk, researchers warn
75 People who have had dengue are twice as likely to develop symptomatic COVID-19
76 How a virtual program may help kids get ready for kindergarten
77 Iran's groundwater depletion is reaching crisis levels, warn Concordia researchers
78 Socioeconomic status non-factor in worse COVID-19 for racial, ethnic groups in Twin Cities
79 How Russia can protect its rights in the Artic
80 New testing platform for COVID-19 is an efficient and accurate alternative to gold-standard RT-qPCR tests
81 Diabetes-prevention program supports addition of years to average lifespan
82 Scientists map gene changes underlying brain and cognitive decline in aging
83 Mathematical model predicts effect of bacterial mutations on antibiotic success
84 Scientists to take a new step in the microelectronics' development
85 New model helps predict heart attacks in high-risk patients
86 Few women in sub-Saharan Africa undergo cervical cancer screenings
87 Of mice and men: Mutation linked to autism impairs oxytocin-mediated social behavior
88 Management study examines fine line between lobbying, bribery
89 Primary school children have long-term mental health benefit from counselling in school
90 Preventive interventions can improve mental health outcomes in children, teens and young adults
91 White roofs and more green areas would mitigate the effects of heat waves in cities
92 Study shows racial differences in personal care product use, may lead to health inequities
93 New research will allow convenient investigation of human innate immune response to viral infections
94 New material could create 'neurons' and 'synapses' for new computers
95 Conn. medication-assisted opioid treatment programs retain patients at higher rates
96 Time to capitalize on COVID-19 disruptions to lock-in greener behaviors
97 Hygiene rules are also effective against new coronavirus variants
98 When one become two: Separating DNA for more accurate nanopore analysis
99 Grazing management of salt marshes contributes to coastal defense
100 NUS engineers harvest WiFi signals to power small electronics
101 New species formed when the Mediterranean dried up
102 University of Surrey delivers novel methods to improve the range and safety of e-vehicles
103 Land can retain about 1/4 monthly precipitation
104 In search of drought-tolerant holm oaks
105 Swiss farmers contributed to the domestication of the opium poppy
106 Researchers first achieve quantum information masking experimentally
107 Colonization of the Antilles by South American fauna: Giant sunken islands as a passageway
108 LHAASO discovers a dozen PeVatrons and photons exceeding 1 PeV and launches ultra-high-energy gamma astronomy
109 Crystalline supermirrors for trace gas detection in environmental science and medicine
110 Turn problems into opportunities: Photorespiration for improved plant metabolism