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Scientists identify key mechanism controlling skin regeneration

It’s sunburn season. Many of us have experienced the pain and peeling that comes from unprotected time in the sun, but we...

To understand biology, scientists turn to the quantum world

Researchers hope sensors using quantum tech could transform biology research

NPR: Friend or Foe? Naked Mole Rats Can Tell By A Unique Squeak

When two nearly blind naked mole rats encounter each other in a dark subterranean tunnel, it could be a friendly meeting or...

NPR: For Scientists Who Study Virus Transmission, 2020 Was A Watershed Year

When Linsey Marr looks back at the beginning of 2020, what strikes her is how few people in the world really understood...

NPR: Scientists Have Found Some Truly Ancient Ice, But Now They Want Ice That’s Even Older

The oldest ice on Earth probably is hiding somewhere in Antarctica, because this frozen continent holds ice that's hundreds of thousands and...

In new step toward quantum tech, scientists synthesize ‘bright’ quantum bits

Innovative step by Northwestern, UChicago scientists could boost computing, sensing

AP: Why are some scientists turning away from brain scans?

Brain scans offer a tantalizing glimpse into the mind’s mysteries, promising an almost X-ray-like vision into how we feel pain, interpret faces...

VOA: Scientists ‘Flabbergasted’ by Pandemic Pushback

The COVID-19 pandemic has been especially challenging for scientists trying to stem a global pandemic while also grappling with people’s doubts...

BBC: India’s new paper Covid-19 test could be a ‘game changer’

A team of scientists in India has developed an inexpensive paper-based test for coronavirus that could give fast results similar to a...

BBC: The mystery of why some vaccines are doubly beneficial

Peter Aaby shakes his head, as though he still can’t believe it. “That was the start of it really – something very...
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Following pandemic, educators are not all right but meditation could ease burden

Approaching the 3-year anniversary of the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many can attest to the mental health challenges that came with...

Greta Thunberg: Energy Firms Throwing People ‘Under the Bus’

DAVOS, SWITZERLAND —Greta Thunberg called on the global energy industry and its financiers to end all fossil fuel investments on Thursday at...

CNN: Microsoft is laying off 10,000 employees

New York/LondonCNN—Microsoft plans to lay off 10,000 employees as part of broader cost-cutting measures, the company said in a securities filing on...

What led to the attempted coup in Brazil, what comes next?

Jerry Dávila is the Lemann Chair in Brazilian History at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and executive director of the Illinois Global Institute. Dávila,...