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1 Is artificial intelligence the key to preventing relapse of severe mental illness?
2 Scientists make highly maneuverable miniature robots controlled by magnetic fields
3 For transplant recipients, third time may be the charm for better COVID vaccine protection
4 Regenerating damaged eyes with mussel protein and amniotic membrane
5 University of Washington researchers can turn a single photo into a video
6 New COVID-19 content from Annals of Internal Medicine
7 URI researchers: New survey method proves Rhode Island's rarest frog may not be so rare
8 New app tracks human mobility and COVID-19
9 Targeted drug found effective in thwarting pancreatic tumors
10 More than a bumpy ride: turbulence offers boost to birds
11 Climate change leads to unprecedented Rocky Mountain wildfires
12 As climates change, prepare for more mosquitoes in winter, new study shows
13 Understanding the impact of patient empowerment and remote management in rheumatoid arthritis
14 Fitbit user data show slight increase in sleep duration in US during COVID-19 pandemic
15 Microbes in ocean play important role in moderating Earth's temperature
16 Telemedicine program improves access to sleep care for rural veterans
17 Understanding the cause of joint and tendon dysfunction in osteogenesis imperfecta
18 Reference genome comparison finds exome variant discrepancies in 206 genes
19 New health benefits of red seaweeds unveiled
20 Nursing shortage affects rural Missourians more, MU study finds
21 Hippos and anthrax
22 Medication may help heavy-drinking smokers improve their health
23 Yale Cancer Center study reveals new pathway for brain tumor therapy
24 New AI model helps understand virus spread from animals to humans
25 Healthy fat impacted by change in diet and circadian clock, study finds
26 Keeping the peace
27 Scientists explain the crucial role of motor proteins in cell division
28 Rarest bee genus in North America is not so rare after all
29 Plants use a blend of external influences to evolve defense mechanisms
30 COVID-19 reinfection rate less than 1% for those with severe illness
31 Accomplished University of Ottawa professors earn Canada Research Chairs
32 NIH study offers new evidence of early SARS-CoV-2 infections in US
33 How to improve energy efficiency of historically significant buildings
34 Greater than the sum of our parts: The evolution of collective intelligence
35 Receptor location plays a key role in their function
36 Heat from below: How the ocean is wearing down the Arctic sea ice
37 Bed sharing does not lead to stronger infant-mother attachment or maternal bonding
38 CNIO researchers discover that a protein that facilitates DNA repair may potentiate chemotherapy
39 Researchers identify why COVID-19 patients develop life-threatening clots
40 New discovery of a rare superconductor may be vital for the future of quantum computing
41 Research suggests ways to tackle water security challenges in world's drylands
42 Small streams in agricultural ecosystems are heavily polluted with pesticides
43 Untapped rice varieties could sustain crop supplies in face of climate change
44 Main gland in hormonal system ages due to process that can potentially be slowed down
45 Study reveals bycatch risk for dolphins and porpoises in global small-scale fisheries
46 Teenagers at greatest risk of self-harming could be identified almost a decade earlier
47 Newly developed ion-conducting membrane improves performance of alkaline-zinc iron flow battery
48 Predicting the evolution of a pandemic
49 Cosmic rays: Coronal mass ejections and cosmic ray observations at Syowa Station in the Antarctic
50 Obesity and hypertension: Researchers discover novel mechanisms
51 Fungal spores from 250-year-old collections given new lease of life
52 Novel calibration procedure for super-resolution brain imaging
53 Cancer cells fight for their footing by using an aging gene
54 Liver cancer call for help
55 Baltic herring larvae appear earlier and grow faster due to climate change
56 From symmetry to asymmetry: The two sides of life
57 Let there be light! New tech to revolutionize night vision
58 Air pollution exposure during pregnancy may boost babies' obesity risk
59 EHRs not meeting the challenges of primary care according to new study
60 What makes us sneeze?
61 Those breakfast foods are fortified for a reason
62 Combining classical and quantum computing opens door to new discoveries
63 Antidepressant pollution alters crayfish behavior, with impacts to stream ecosystems
64 Common cold combats COVID-19
65 Human-driven climate change only half the picture for krill
66 Compounds derived from hops show promise as treatment for common liver disease
67 Rapid exclusion of COVID-19 infection using AI, EKG technology
68 Study finds association between head impacts and imaging changes in youth football players
69 Enormous flock of declining shorebird discovered in South Carolina
70 Brain cell membranes' lipids may play big role in Alzheimer's progression
71 Sequencing of wastewater can help monitor SARS-COV-2 variants
72 Can encroachment benefit hotel franchisees?
73 Snails carrying the world's smallest computer help solve mass extinction survivor mystery
74 Bending light for safer driving; invisibility cloaks to come?
75 Job-related stress threatens the teacher supply--RAND survey
76 Drone footage reveals social secrets of killer whales
77 Anti-inflammatory effects of omega-3 fatty acids could help reduce depression
78 A new reporter mouse line to detect mitophagy changes during muscle tissue loss
79 Eco-friendly smart farms based on nutrient solution recirculation
80 Microscopic CCTV reveals secrets of malaria invasion
81 USC Stem Cell scientists make big progress in building mini-kidneys
82 Young adults' alcohol use increases when casually dating
83 Research papers that omit 'mice' from titles receive misleading media coverage
84 Malicious content exploits pathways between platforms to thrive online, subvert moderation
85 Financial distress similar, or greater, for patients with heart disease compared to cancer
86 Junk food diet may boost risk of dangerous driving among truck/lorry drivers
87 Over half of cardiovascular disease deaths worldwide occur in Asia
88 Strict rest after sports-related concussion slows recovery and may prolong symptoms
89 PSMA-targeted radiotracer pinpoints metastatic prostate cancer across anatomic regions
90 Novel radiotracer shows promise to predict abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture
91 Use of PFAS in cosmetics 'widespread,' new study finds
92 New treatment stops progression of Alzheimer's disease in monkey brains
93 A push for a shift in the value system that defines "impact" and "success"
94 Analysis: Chile's transition to democracy slow, incomplete, fueled by social movements
95 Not acting like themselves: Antidepressants in environment alter crayfish behavior
96 Scientists discover unreported plant body part
97 Unlabeled PFAS chemicals detected in makeup
98 Head impacts and abnormal imaging findings in youth football players over consecutive seasons
99 Psychologists identify 18 best measures to assess intimate partner violence
100 Alzheimer disease research results over-hyped if science papers omit mice from the title
101 Fuel flow, heat fluctuations drive dangerous oscillations in rocket engines
102 Inkjet printing show promise as new strategy for making e-textiles, study finds
103 How political bias impacts believing sexual assault victims
104 Hollywood stereotypes of female journalists feed a 'vicious cycle' of sexism
105 That song is stuck in your head, but it's helping you to remember
106 At underwater site, research team finds 9,000-year-old stone artifacts
107 Balanced rocks set design ground motion values for New Zealand dam
108 Data and safety review board reports how it monitored the COVID-19 vaccine trials
109 Quality supervision, coworker support key to child welfare caseworker retention
110 New Web Tool Fights Antibacterial Resistance
111 Two COVID-19 vaccines show safety, strong immunity in infant model
112 Investigating carbonate mineral chemical variations to improve oil recovery
113 Drug rebates for insurers tied to higher costs for patients, especially the uninsured
114 Infrared imaging by ultrathin nanocrystal layers
115 The electron merry-go-round
116 The long view
117 Researchers 3D print rotating microfilter for lab-on-a-chip applications
118 Soaking up the sun: Artificial photosynthesis promises clean, sustainable source of energy
119 Teens experienced helplessness when exposed to secondhand racism
120 Researchers develop more reliable rapid tests for COVID-19
121 New studies identify how tuberculosis destroy the lungs and how to protect them
122 Computers predict people's tastes in art
123 Chatbots for dementia patients and caregivers need more work
124 Inducing and tuning spin interactions in layered material