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Scientists are testing for coronavirus with genetic "fishing hooks"

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Molecular "baits" also make testing for the virus safer for lab personnel

Bhavya Singh

Technology has made it easier to fake scientific results. Is a cultural shift required to fix the problem?

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Paper retractions and image duplications are a symptom of a much larger problem

Bhavya Singh

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Pocket-sized DNA sequencers could soon stop food-borne pathogen outbreaks as soon as they start

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With new and improving technology, catching the annual romaine lettuce outbreak could get a lot easier

Bhavya Singh

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What does social distancing really mean?

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Everyone needs to be socially distancing themselves right now. Here's what you should know to protect yourself and others

Be cautious about misleading coronavirus news. Here's how to spot what's accurate and what's dodgy

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Incorrect reports spread like wildfire during events like these, so be prepared

Want to save the environment? Start small, but don't forget to advocate for big changes too.

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Individual actions help us feel empowered while the global community works to reduce carbon emissions and pollution

Self-replicating Asian longhorned ticks have arrived

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Climate change is the likely culprit of this new threat to livestock (and possibly humans)

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Viruses can infect the brain, hide out for decades, and then cause Viral Parkinsonism

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How do you study a disease that takes decades to reveal itself? In this case, scientists used mice, viruses, and a little immunotherapy

Marnie Willman

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Researchers use CRISPR to eliminate HIV in mice, DNA and all

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CRISPR is the latest tool adapted from the microbial world to treat infections

Xinwen Zhu

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How do we measure pain, anyway?

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You can't exactly ask a rat to point to where it hurts

Jeremy Delahanty

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Neurons and cancer cells are a dangerous duo

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New research finds that neurons migrate from the brain to infiltrate cancer cells, and that targeting this process is a promising new method of attack on cancer.

Claudia López Lloreda

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Rear Admiral Amazing Grace Hopper taught computers English

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She recorded the first computer bug when a moth got caught in a relay switch

Alyssa Shepard

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Bacteria from our guts have the tools to solve blood bank shortages

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The discovery of a new enzyme system that can convert type A blood into type O blood could ease strain on universal donors and transform healthcare

Lauren Sara McKee

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