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If you do not snooze you lose: Sleep seen as essential for the brain
Scientists are providing a fuller understanding of the essential role that sleep plays in brain health, identifying an abrupt transition at about 2.4 years of age when its primary purpose shifts from brain building to maintenance and repair.
Australian stinging trees contain 'scorpion-like venom': Scientists
Australia is notorious for its venomous spiders, snakes and sea creatures, but researchers have now identified "scorpion-like" toxins secreted by a tree that can cause excruciating pain for weeks.
Scientists teach bees to pollinate sunflowers based on scent
Research published Thursday in the journal Current Biology suggests honeybees can be scent-trained, similar to the way dogs are trained to follow a scent by first sniffing the target.
Scientists create gene-edited animals as 'surrogate sires' to boost food production
Scientists have created gene-edited goats and cattle to produce sperm with traits such as disease resistance and higher meat quality in what they say is a step towards genetically enhancing livestock to improve food production.
Scientists elucidate cause for Parkinson's disease and identify potential treatments
In a seven-year research effort, an international team of scientists has clarified the cause for certain genetic forms of Parkinson's disease, and has identified potential pharmacological treatments.
Scientists test 'bispecific' antibody that helps T cells zero in on treatment-resistant cancers
Although immunotherapy has achieved increasing prominence in the panoply of innovative cancer treatments, it remains an imperfect tool — too many tumors simply do not respond.
Scientists: Airborne coronavirus is probably infectious
Scientists have known for several months the new coronavirus can become suspended in microdroplets expelled by patients when they speak and breathe, but until now there was no proof that these tiny particles are infectious.
Scientists offer roadmap for studying link between climate and armed conflict
Climate change — from rising temperatures and more severe heavy rain, to drought — is increasing risks for economies, human security, and conflict globally.
Scientists just beginning to understand the many health problems caused by COVID-19
Scientists are only starting to grasp the vast array of health problems caused by the novel coronavirus, some of which may have lingering effects on patients and health systems for years to come, according to doctors and infectious disease experts.
Scientists uncover immune cells that may help those suffering from allergies, asthma
The world is full of house dust mites. Do some cleaning, and you’ll probably stir some up.
Scientists: After lockdown environment improved but not by much
The sea looked cleaner and the sky looked brighter when almost the whole world recently went into a lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. But did the environment really get better?
Scientists hunt pandemic hotspots in race to test vaccines
The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic may be waning. For vaccine developers, that could be a problem.
Scientists fight online virus misinformation war
With cat photos and sometimes scathing irony, Mathieu Rebeaud, a Swiss-based researcher in biochemistry, has nearly tripled his Twitter following since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Scientists in China believe new drug can stop pandemic 'without vaccine'
A Chinese laboratory has been developing a drug it believes has the power to bring the coronavirus pandemic to a halt.
Hamster tests show masks reduce coronavirus spread: scientists
Tests on hamsters reveal the widespread use of face masks reduces transmission of the deadly coronavirus, a team of leading experts in Hong Kong said.

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