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What Is the New Langya Virus, and Should We Be Worried?

The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. A new virus, Langya henipavirus, is suspected to have caused

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Shrimp Sounds Could Lure Baby Oysters to Build New Reefs

Oyster reefs once carpeted much of the seafloor, filtering water, stabilizing shorelines and providing habitats for a vast array of life. But in the past

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Reaching the Root of Disparities in Cancer Care [Sponsored]

This podcast was produced for the AstraZeneca YOUR Cancer program by Scientific American Custom Media, a division separate from the magazine’s board of editors. Transcript:

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When Students Learn Spatial Skills, Their Verbal Abilities Get a Boost

Conventional testing can underestimate a student’s learning ability. Sociocultural barriers, test anxiety and differences in rates of brain development can skew results. In principle, neuroscience

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When Students Acquire Spatial Skills, Their Verbal Abilities Get a Boost

Conventional testing can underestimate a student’s learning ability. Sociocultural barriers, test anxiety and differences in rates of brain development can skew results. In principle, neuroscience

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Almost No One in Kentucky Has Flood Insurance, Hindering Recovery

CLIMATEWIRE | Kentucky residents who are struggling to rebuild after devastating flooding face huge financial obstacles because almost nobody in the state has flood insurance. The

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Cultural Bias Distorts the Search for Alien Life

Since time immemorial, humans have looked to the heavens above to make sense of life below, right here on Earth. What else is out there

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Drones Bearing Parcels Deliver Big Carbon Savings

Drones that fly packages straight to people’s doors could be an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional modes of transportation. A study comparing the environmental impact

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Solomon: Poem: ‘My Father Flies into a Hurricane’

Edited by Dava Sobel They fly from the Caribbean sun into the storm’s spiraling arms; their turbo prop jolts and shudders. Across his window, streaks

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For Some Dolphins, the Key to Mating is Rolling With a Tight, Noisy Crew

Karen Hopkin: This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. It’s great to have friends. Especially if you’re an Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin. Because new