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ASHS Recognizes Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center as a Horticultural Landmark
Chattopadhyay receives NAS Michael and Sheila Held Prize
Monash panel to discuss media’s role in covering violence against women in the Global North and Global South
Cornell hosts Engineers for a Sustainable World national conference
New Audit Rules Had Little Effect on Companies
Material Would Allow Users to ‘Tune’ Windows to Block Targeted Wavelengths of Light
Ancient eggshell fragments ‘crack’ giant bird’s life secrets
Brains trust: Aussie and US scientists combine smarts to tackle global challenges
Scientists detect global layer of melt hidden below Earth’s tectonic plates
New project uses plastic waste for sustainable manufacturing of furnished homes
Women in energy and water research seminar to feature Maša Prodanović on Nov. 3
Heavy mercury contamination at Maya sites reveals a deep historic legacy
Deepest scientific ocean drilling effort sheds light on Japan’s next ‘big one’
Researchers Explore Enzymes That Use Cation, not Oxygen-Addition, to Drive Reactions
Irreversible declines in freshwater storage projected in parts of Asia by 2060
Promising new materials mimic muscle structure and function
Interactive tools may help people become their own big data journalists
Entomologists to study how climate change may influence pollinator stressors
Climate change warning from collapsed ancient cities
Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment survey begins full operations
Former piece of Pacific Ocean floor imaged deep beneath China
Enhanced human-AI collaboration possible through new grant
Astronomers enlist AI in search for ‘lethal’ baby star eruptions
Using wearable technology to prevent kidney stones
A warm Jupiter orbiting a cool star
Gentle probes could enable massive brain data collection
Funding flows into liquid fuel strategy
NSF backs first community platform for smarter wireless
A young sub-Neptune-sized planet sheds light onto how planets form and evolve
Cosmic tango between very small and very large
Coral researchers recognized for significant contributions to field
Apple’s WWDC20 Swift Student Challenge winners determined to shape future
Blood flow recovers faster than brain in micro strokes
Earth cannot wait
A glimpse into future of tropical forests
Tight spaces tip presence of petrochemicals
Coral tells own tale about El Niño’s past
Model simulator helps researchers map complex physics phenomena
Powering future with revolutionary lithium extraction technique
Grooves hold promise for sophisticated healing
How to restore a coral reef
Fan studies in new millennium
New research finds clear and green way to filter contaminants from water
Direct from distant planet: Spectral clues to puzzling paradox
Breakthrough new research finds clean and green way to filter contaminants from water