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DNA binary.

Enzymatic DNA synthesis sees the light

Enzymatic DNA synthesis sees the light with methods from the computer chip industry facilitates writing and storage of digital data in DNA

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Filter.

Pandemic academics

New course challenges students to use science to evaluate COVID-19 policies

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Spinal cord development.

How cells sort themselves

Key control mechanism allows cells to self-organize and build tissues, organs, and anatomical structures

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SARS-CoV-2 particles.

Infection detection

'Viral history' tool VirScan offers new insights into antibody response to SARS-CoV-2

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Joseph Henrich.

How the West became WEIRD

Book argues these cultures make people more analytical, individualistic, impersonal

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Two people going up stairs.

On the clock

Machine learning models predict how much time aging mice have left

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Lasers.

A cool first for Harvard

By slowing polyatomic molecule, scientists open new paths of quantum study

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Cups of coffee

How caffeine changed the world

Author Michael Pollan discusses his latest work on the world’s most-used psychoactive substance

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