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A small clinical study provides hope that a "functional cure" for AIDS could be possible -- but there's still a long way to go:

AIDS vaccine may be ‘functional cure’ for some

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"The process has been—you can use this term—surreal."

Firing of veteran NIH scientist prompts protests over publication ban

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California is reversing a crippling five-year drought -- thanks to atmospheric rivers:

California rains put spotlight on atmospheric rivers

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How does type 1 diabetes start?

A new study has found a cellular warning sign in healthy babies as young as 6 months old:

An early signpost for type 1 diabetes?

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Astronomers have announced the discovery of an extraordinary planetary system: seven Earth-sized planets that could all have liquid water on their rocky surfaces.

Seven potentially habitable Earth-sized planets spied around tiny nearby star

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Academic advisers on university campuses face a common problem: students rarely ask for advice at the right time.

A new "early warning" predictive system could help change that:

A computerized early warning system for students in academic trouble

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A new computer model can sniff out a particular molecule's odor based on its chemical structure:

Artificial intelligence grows a nose

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02/21/2017 at 23:47. Facebook
Will you be watching this August's solar eclipse in person?

You could help make a movie for scientific research:

‘Megamovie’ project will ask volunteers across U.S. to capture August eclipse

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02/21/2017 at 21:44. Facebook
AI is already part of our daily lives -- but where do we draw the line?

A Q&A with engineer Sabine Hauert:

When will I have my sidekick robot?

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02/21/2017 at 19:59. Facebook
Forest elephant populations in Central Africa have dropped by as much as 80%:

No place is safe for Africa’s hunted forest elephants

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02/21/2017 at 17:31. Facebook
How an ancient migration of men from the Eurasian steppe left a lasting impact on the genomes of living Europeans:

Thousands of horsemen may have swept into Bronze Age Europe, transforming the local population

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For the first time, two different quantum computers have been compared and tested on the same playing field:

Split decision in first-ever quantum computer faceoff

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Between 1990 and 2013, thousands of children in war-torn South Sudan and northern Uganda suddenly developed a severe and puzzling form of epilepsy.

A new study may have found the culprit:

Mystery nodding syndrome may be triggered by parasitic worm

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02/19/2017 at 20:11. Facebook
Bacteria aren't the only microbes that play a role in our microbiome:

Yeast in the gut boosts asthma risk

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The story goes that we give because it makes us feel good -- but there's more to it than that:

Why are we altruistic? Guilt may play a role

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Cancer is practically invisible to the body's own defenses -- but a modified form of salmonella could stir our immune system into attacking:

Scientists turn food poisoning microbe into powerful cancer fighter

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After 64 years, zoologists have caught up with the Cropan's boa:

Watch the world’s most elusive boa snake out of a Brazilian forest

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02/18/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
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