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What does an antibody test do? Why do antibody tests matter? Who should be prioritized for getting this test?https://t.co/6Spf8gOV6K
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It will almost certainly take herd immunity to end the pandemic. Most experts say we're past the point of containing the virus.
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3 hours ago
Deposits of a mineral found in tooth enamel at the back of the eye could be hastening the progression of age-related macular degeneration.
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“The thought came into my head: I wonder if we were able to synthetically mimic [what cancer cells do], could we trick the body into accepting a transplant?” 
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If true, oceans could be common at the solar system’s edge — and may even be able to support life. 
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Myriad microbes dwell on human tongues — and scientists have now gotten a glimpse at the neighborhoods that bacteria build for themselves. https://t.co/49Da5pfNjA
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Accidental releases of viruses, including SARS, have happened from other labs in the past. But evidence shows that didn't happen here. https://t.co/s3z9zx8b9d
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10 hours ago
These simulations require a virtual supercomputer — made up of a bunch of ordinary computers. https://t.co/Do8MXPh8Kh
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11 hours ago
As COVID-19 sweeps across the United States, hospitals are running out of masks, gowns and eye protection. New supplies aren’t being made fast enough to keep up with demand, and stockpiles seem insufficient. https://t.co/tpYVkA36Vj
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12 hours ago
Dineobellator notohesperus was a dromaeosaur, a group of swift, agile predators that is distantly related to the much larger Tyrannosaurus rex.  https://t.co/76huykxJeN
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The months-long winter night challenged Sunniva Sorby. But it also opened up another world. “When the night sky is full of stars, planets, satellites and the aurora … I feel showered with lights.”
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15 hours ago
Just because they may not be directly involved in this virus jumping to humans doesn’t mean you should touch pangolins carelessly.
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Between May 1925 and June 1927, Einstein struggled to unify gravity and electricity. And then quantum mechanics showed up. https://t.co/Hji5vfxVXp
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16 hours ago
Our close evolutionary cousins obtained shellfish, crabs, fish and other marine munchies along Europe’s Atlantic coast with all the savvy and gusto of ancient humans who foraged along southern Africa’s shoreline.
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When certain eye cells were deprived of nutrients, they produced a protein that caused mineralized calcium deposits to form. https://t.co/oRI78sMavX
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