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A shark mystery millions of years in the making — ScienceDaily

The biggest shark attack in history did not involve humans. A new study by Earth scientists from Yale and the College of the Atlantic has…

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New research shows that an infant’s gut microbiome could contain clues to help monitor and support healthy neurological development — ScienceDaily

New research from MSU shows that an infant’s gut microbiome could contain clues to help monitor and support healthy neurological development Why do some babies…

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African great apes to suffer massive range loss in next 30 years — ScienceDaily

A new study published in the journal Diversity and Distributions predicts massive range declines of Africa’s great apes — gorillas, chimpanzees and bonobos — due…

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Provides insight into how people decide whether they want to know what future holds — ScienceDaily

The term “doomscrolling” describes the act of endlessly scrolling through bad news on social media and reading every worrisome tidbit that pops up, a habit…

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New discovery shows human cells can write RNA sequences into DNA — ScienceDaily

Cells contain machinery that duplicates DNA into a new set that goes into a newly formed cell. That same class of machines, called polymerases, also…

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Scientists learn what fuels the ‘natural killers’ of the immune system — ScienceDaily

Despite a name straight from a Tarantino movie, natural killer (NK) cells are your allies when it comes to fighting infections and cancer. If T…

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How an elephant’s trunk manipulates air to eat and drink — ScienceDaily

New research from the Georgia Institute of Technology finds that elephants dilate their nostrils in order to create more space in their trunks, allowing them…

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Juvenile tyrannosaurs tested their chops as they grew to become bone crushers like their parents — ScienceDaily

Jack Tseng loves bone-crunching animals — hyenas are his favorite — so when paleontologist Joseph Peterson discovered fossilized dinosaur bones that had teeth marks from…

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Research offers better understanding of solar geoengineering’s effect on agriculture — ScienceDaily

Solar geoengineering — putting aerosols into the atmosphere to reflect sunlight and reduce global warming — is not a fix-all for climate change but it…

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Dark matter map reveals hidden bridges between galaxies — ScienceDaily

A new map of dark matter in the local universe reveals several previously undiscovered filamentary structures connecting galaxies. The map, developed using machine learning by…

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