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This transmission electron microscope image shows SARS-CoV-2.

Learning from recovery

Samples from those who had COVID-19 could illuminate true infection rate, lethality, vaccines

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Live demonstration.

From YouTube to your school

Research shows online STEM demonstrations can be as effective as classroom teaching

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Illustration of a person smelling flowers.

What the nose knows

Experts discuss the science of smell and how scent, emotion, and memory are intertwined — and exploited

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Researchers standing on stairwell.

Beyond Pavlov

Artificial intelligence researchers and neurobiologists share data on how we sort our options and make decisions

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Spoon with pomogranate seeds.

The ‘right’ diet

Discovery of entirely new class of enzymes could one day lead to bespoke diets, therapeutics

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David Liu.

A crisper CRISPR

Fewer off-target edits and greater targeting scope bring gene editing technology closer to treating human diseases

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Illustration of an ear getting sound signals.

Hidden hearing loss revealed

Two biomarkers of brain function can measure the ability to follow conversations in noisy environments

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People dancing.

Jeté into an ionic bond

How graduate student Frederick Moss choreographs a life in science and art

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