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Mountain lions switch up their sleep schedules to find prey in one of Patagonia's most extreme landscapes

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The nocturnal cats defy expectations and adapt to an evolving predator-prey game

Lauren Koenig, Michigan State University

Your morning walk, no matter how far, can help you live longer

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Luke Whitcomb, Colorado State University

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Why do the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines need to be kept so cold?

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The Pfizer and Moderna vaccine cold chains, explained

Joshua Peters, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Genetic engineering can save the American chestnut tree from a deadly fungus

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Colleen J Mulvihill, University of Texas at Austin

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It's time to track city sewage for emerging diseases, not just COVID-19

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Lauren Sara McKee, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

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This is how climate change is reshaping the entire planet

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Elisa Bonnin, University of Washington

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Mushrooms, virtual reality and a dose of nature: an interview with Winslow Porter

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The artist spoke about connecting nature, mushrooms, and technology

Farah Qaiser, University of Toronto

Skin cells protect their DNA from bumps and bruises with a jello-like response

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Rachel Stewart, RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research

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Misinformation is keeping invasive, destructive lionfish around

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Sarah Heidmann, University of the Virgin Islands

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The NIH is turning the human reference genome into a pangenome

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An interview with the creative team behind "The Human Pangenome"

Dan Samorodnitsky, Senior Editor

The mother's gut microbiome helps a child's brain develop its senses

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Simon Spichak, University College, Cork

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