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Hier — 18 février 2020Science Magazine

Hardy microbe’s DNA could be a time capsule for the ages

Artist and DNA storage pioneer says microbes entombed in salt could preserve a lasting record of humanity

Minke whales are struggling to communicate over the din of ocean noise

Natural and human-made sounds can interfere with their social interactions

Body composting promises a sustainable way of death

The science behind turning your body into fertile soil

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‘The disruption is enormous.’ Coronavirus epidemic snarls science worldwide

Experiments lost as labs remain closed; scientific meetings canceled or postponed

Electric bacteria create currents out of thin—and thick—air

Film of protein wires harnesses ambient moisture to make electricity

What happens to our online lives after we die?

“Digital legacies” create privacy issues and a new culture of mourning

Do you trust science? These five factors play a big role

Researchers investigate the influence of gender, political party, and more

Teen vaping is bad. Nicotine makes it worse, says researcher

Animal studies hint at long-term harm to the developing brain

Crime did not surge when California became a ‘sanctuary state’

First study of its kind refutes fears of immigration critics

How to donate a piece of your brain to science—while you’re still alive

Living donors are becoming key to understanding the human brain

What we don’t know about wildfire smoke is likely hurting us

Wildfires may affect our lungs and immune systems long after the blaze dies down

The real ‘paleo diet’ may have been full of toxic metals

Study finds high levels of dangerous metals in foods favored by prehistoric humans

Watch the winner of this year’s ‘Dance Your Ph.D.’ contest

Top videos chosen in four categories for Science’s annual dance-off

NASA mission finalists would explore Venus or outer-planet moons

Venus mission candidates follows recent snubs for Earth’s near neighbor

Researchers finally get access to data on Facebook’s role in political discourse

But increased privacy protection could complicate analysis of how misinformation spreads

Quantum internet closer as physicists stretch spooky link between atoms

Scientists entangle atoms through tens of kilometers of standard optical fiber

How Congress could reverse cuts in Trump’s budget request for NSF

Agency officials hope that combining White House priorities and legislative favorites is a winning formula

NIH’s new diversity hiring program, and the role of memory suppression in resilience to trauma

On this week’s show: The National Institutes of Health offers money to universities willing to hire clusters of diverse faculty, and how the ability to suppress memory may protect against post-traumatic stress disorder

Deadly air pollution is blowing into your state from a surprisingly large source

Emissions from U.S. homes and businesses now kill 28,000 people a year

Update: ‘A bit chaotic.’ Christening of new coronavirus and its disease name create confusion

Apparent reference to earlier severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak in virus name may meet resistance in China

From models of galaxies to atoms, simple AI shortcuts speed up simulations by billions of times

With little training, neural networks create accurate emulators for physics, astronomy, and earth science

Big telescopes join hunt for things that go flash in the night

Automation key to chasing comets, supernovae, and colliding neutron stars

The Australian bearded dragon may hold secrets to human sleep

Findings suggest an unexpected function for a mysterious part of the human brain

Wildfire researcher deported amid growing rift between Indonesian government and scientists

Researchers fear growing political pressure against unwelcome environmental data

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