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Water may be common within Europa’s ice shell

Stanford researchers' explanation for the formation of abundant features on Europa bodes well for the search for extraterrestrial life

Living near oil and gas wells increases air pollution exposure

It likely worsens negative health outcomes for nearby residents.

An efficient, mini CRISPR system engineered

Its diminutive size should make it easier to deliver into human cells, tissues and the body for gene therapy.

Predicting biological structures more accurately using machine learning

Scratching the surface in terms of scientific progress to be made.

Intriguing: First-ever recordings of light from the far side of a black hole

Fulfilling a prediction of Einstein’s theory of general relativity.

Bubbles pop like blooming flowers, study

The study reveals a new popping process.

How plants ‘pay’ their microbes?

Equal pay for equal work.

Pregnant women’s risk of depression nearly doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic

Women’s risk for depression during pregnancy doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fine-tuning the color of light with a new optical device

Putting new capabilities in engineers’ hands.

Early exposure to air pollution puts children at higher risk of disease in adulthood

First of its kind study reveals evidence that early exposure to dirty air alters genes in a way that could lead to adult heart disease, among other ailments.

Forecasting beach water quality using a new predictive technique

A critical step in protecting public health and the ocean economy.

Age-related cognitive decline may be reversible, study

Study reveals immune driver of brain aging.

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