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Science     04.09.2019

How to keep a lab notebook

"Lab notebooks are like going to the dentist—no one enjoys it, but if you don’t do it all your teeth will fall out."
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Crystalline nets harvest water from desert air, turn carbon dioxide into liquid fuel

Sponge-like crystalline materials known as metal-organic frameworks may one day play a role in providing water for millions in water-stressed regions, and other applications as scientists work to make the technology...
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Distant galaxy hints at universe’s earliest stars

Stars began forming in the MACS1149-JD1 galaxy 250 million years after the big bang—making them some of the oldest known in the universe, according to a study from last year. #SpaceScienceSummer #ScienceMagArchives
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Protecting elections from social media manipulation

"Achieving a scientific understanding of the effects of social media manipulation on elections is an important civic duty. Without it, democracies remain vulnerable." This week's Policy Forum in Science.
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FDA just approved the first drug to prevent migraines. Here’s the story of its discovery—and its limitations

Last year, the FDA approved the first drug designed to prevent migraines. Here’s the story of its discovery—and its limitations. #ScienceMagArchives
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Humans haven’t just changed what dogs look like—we’ve altered the very structure of their brains

While many dog owners may say that their canine pals have changed them, new research is showing that we've had an impact on them as well.
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Great white sharks have suddenly disappeared from one of their favorite hangouts

Sightings of white sharks have crashed this year in False Bay near Cape Town, South Africa—one of the best-known hot spots of the predators in the world. And scientists aren’t sure why.
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Mysterious new brain cell found in people

Mice don't have "rosehip neurons"—but humans do, according to research from 2018. #ScienceMagArchives
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Forget single genes: CRISPR now cuts and splices whole chromosomes

Researchers report they've adapted CRISPR and combined it with other tools to cut and splice large genome fragments with ease.
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I wanted to join my fellow Puerto Ricans in protest—but I’m far away for my Ph.D.

"The many of us who are far from home to pursue our scientific research can find ways to engage from afar." This week's Working Life.
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