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Maybe by the end of this semester, a book of best practices for keeping colleges safe during a pandemic can be written. #longreads https://t.co/QwsFgps0XO
Hand and foot remains suggest the ancient hominid was a tree climber, but some disagree. https://t.co/6pYPUHL06r
It’s hard to imagine the widespread upheaval a powerful solar storm would create now, especially as many of us rely on the internet to work and attend school.
A remote planet isn’t entirely ruled out, but evidence for one may be an illusion. https://t.co/iBO12QyIII
Even while mating, the birds mimic the calls and wingbeat noises of many bird species at once. https://t.co/QZ5Tvl0T3d
“It’s hard to express how emotional it was and how exciting it was to everybody.” https://t.co/ID4mM8ANYr
Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine is “going to protect, no matter what, for the part of the disease that we really care about, which is hospitalization, severe disease and death.”
“It is time to fully address this problem [with] the limitations of the current human genome assembly.”
The most important predictor of survival for 512 adult female wild giraffes in this study was the number of other females typically found around them.
During much of the Late Triassic Epoch, which spans 233 million to 215 million years ago, Earth’s carbon dioxide levels were incredibly high — up to 10 times today’s values.
“Inclusivity in dermatology and medicine are so much deeper than a Band-Aid. But small things like this are a gateway to … other changes.”
Delaying 2nd shots of COVID-19 vaccine may free up some doses, but “I worry that it’s going to so compromise public confidence that it will be a problem and cause confusion.”
In the roiling sea of quarks and antiquarks that pop in and out of existence within a proton, it turns out that down antiquarks outnumber up antiquarks. https://t.co/ZfxA7lrIYV
It broke the previous record by 100 meters.
From February 28, 2020, when we didn't know how long this "new phase" would last, or how long March 2020 would be. https://t.co/ZhLMoz6ZGt
Global vaccine equity isn’t just a matter of fairness. Hoarding by wealthier nations could ultimately prolong the pandemic and make all economies suffer. https://t.co/9VLQLbTXIj
Females that typically hung around at least three others of their kind were more likely to outlive those with fewer companions.
Music can change emotions in people with dementia, even if they don’t remember hearing it. https://t.co/rHvmH1eeFQ
Encouraging news about COVID-19 vaccines keeps coming.
Just because something is disgusting, morbid or taboo shouldn’t keep us from learning about it — and could even be a cue that we should. https://t.co/EYuSxGg6wJ
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