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Blog: The scientific community has continuously struggled with diversity, equity, and inclusion issues https://t.co/nxRBmlVGPv
Wipe or wash? Do bidets save forest and water resources? https://t.co/qAuAmGzQoX https://t.co/9U2MbYvw6L
Does the brain use more energy during particular activities? https://t.co/rVz9yVfY0P https://t.co/FXfF4sGijN
RT @Laelaps: A friend once asked me "Haven't we found all the dinosaurs already?" Not even close. @sciam @sciamblogs https://t.co/0nvG0fDvGu
Menstrual cycle “on a chip” offers a new window into female physiology https://t.co/mQ8vhhW3hI (By @Dina_Maron) https://t.co/SunNgkv5pb
Researchers are developing "friendlier" robots that could soon help care for the sick and elderly. https://t.co/taLYU1fCxK
Bizarre star dims again, and astronomers scramble to catch it in the act https://t.co/b9iyHZvI2N https://t.co/8Xq6Oxqcb3
Glass spheres forged by volcanic lightning offer clues about eruptions https://t.co/IJkjRhIb3O https://t.co/CvZfcJ4zC4
Ideas from quantum mechanics offer fresh hope for more predictive cosmological theories. 🔒 https://t.co/EsFLweZpGN
The westward movement of some tree in the eastern U.S. puts plant responses to climate change in a new perspective https://t.co/SS3BxTszte
Researchers use artificially intelligent bot programs to stimulate collaboration and make people more effective… https://t.co/0OiwlWnLAb
What does your college major reveal about your personality? https://t.co/mTCokDGFFC
U.S. government claims a Syrian crematory is hiding mass prisoner killings. Here's what satellite images can tell us https://t.co/CBznX0CFGI
Blog: Can we use science to get people to go against their ideological blinkers? https://t.co/8DLehqAyQ7
Some caterpillars do just fine without all the microbes that keep human guts working. https://t.co/LAK0V7noNe
The third-largest dwarf planet in our solar system has its own moon, a new study reveals. https://t.co/IvNV1IUnQN
NASA calls for Europa mission instrument ideas https://t.co/bEZkOwXYrM https://t.co/cH0uShKiDA
A radical approach against superbugs: learn to live with them https://t.co/aN5tuwzAIS https://t.co/sI78yBDjLk
Why does binge drinking often lead to binge eating? https://t.co/zZuKEos3nq
A network in the monkey brain is dedicated exclusively to analyzing social interactions, according to researchers. https://t.co/kABnk0gkmy

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