CfA astronomers theorize that the solar system originally had two suns as they further research a sneezing star and ‘Oumuamua.
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SEAS researchers have developed a material made from recycled wool can be 3D-printed into any shape and pre-programmed with reversible shape memory.
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BIDMC-led research team reports vaccine protection against severe COVID-19-related pneumonia and death.
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According to new study, bonobo hunting tendencies show proof of culture
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Researchers led by Christian Rutz, 2019–2020 Grass Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, are examining human impact on wildlife using data collected during the pandemic quarantine.
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Study findings support use of county-level cell phone location data as tool to estimate future trends of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How COVID-19 is evaporating our casual connections and taking an important source of happiness.
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Mass General study shows the benefits of inhaled nitric oxide therapy for pregnant patients with severe and critical COVID-19.
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Researchers have developed a synthetic lining that could deliver drugs in a sustained way to the small intestine, offering hope for those suffering from lactose intolerance, diabetes, and obesity.
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Harvard University and AbbVie have announced a $30 million collaborative research alliance to study and develop novel therapies against emergent viral infections, with a focus on those caused by coronaviruses and by viruses that lead to hemorrhagic fever.
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