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Scientists are getting to grips with the role of mechanical forces in the body, from embryo to adult.

As placebo-controlled testing falls out of favour, vaccine developers eye blood markers and challenge trials to assess next-generation candidates.

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Scientists seek guidance on exploring frozen caches at the lunar poles responsibly.

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For the first time, the organizers of NeurIPS required speakers to consider the societal impact of their work.

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Climate change and COVID-19 vaccines are among the themes set to shape research.

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A look at apps that predict the chance of infection and illness depending on what you’re doing and where you are.

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The speedy approach used to tackle SARS-CoV-2 could change the future of vaccine science.

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Team detects a huge increase and says it could be due to climate change, but others can’t confirm the findings.

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Scientists hope the dark grains from asteroid Ryugu will improve their understanding of the Solar System’s formation.

Living things depend on water, but it breaks down DNA and other key molecules. So how did the earliest cells deal with the water paradox?

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