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This animal image may be the world’s oldest figurative art

The oldest known paintings that used depictions of people and animals rather than abstract objects—dated to be at least 40,000 years old—were found on the Indonesian island of Borneo:
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Science     3 hours ago

NextGen VOICES: Transition challenges

Have you ever encountered a particularly stark difference between an old and new position in your education or career? What advice would you give to someone making a similar transition? Share your thoughts with...
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Quantifying reputation and success in art

Success as an artist may rely heavily on early access to high-prestige galleries and museums, highlighting the need to enhance inclusion of neglected works and artists. Read the research in Science:
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Science     6 hours ago

Venus flytraps kill with chemicals like those from lightning bolts

Venus flytraps and lightning may have a chemical "bond"—of sorts:
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New tracking system could show—at last—how pesticides are harming bee colonies

Using an innovative tracking technique, researchers have shown that neonicotinoids broadly reduce activity in bumble bee colonies:
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Science     13.11.2018

Top stories: jellyfish stingers, eye-swimming microbots, and a metric system makeover

In case you missed them: last week's top stories in science news
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Science     12.11.2018

Do gut bacteria make a second home in our brains?

Bacteria may inhabit the cells of healthy human brains according to microscope images from a new study, providing preliminary evidence that a “brain microbiome” may exist:
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Science     12.11.2018

Why I plan my career in pencil—not pen

"Having a clear path had offered such reassurance as I worked through the highs and lows of grad school. But this time, I decided, I would set aside the pen and complete the plan in pencil." This week's Working Life...
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Indonesian ‘vaccine fatwa’ sends measles immunization rates plummeting

Vaccination rates are plummeting in Indonesia in the wake of a "fatwa" against the measles-rubella vaccine, concerning public health experts:
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Science     10.11.2018

This lily’s cousin is an ear of corn. Now, scientists know how they—and many other plants—are related

This lily leek is one of 85,000 monocots that now have a better-defined family history:
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