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  • Octopod Sailors, 300 BC&ndash;present
    Octopod Sailors, 300 BC–present
    Lore has always surrounded argonauts, pelagic octopuses that build shells and travel the seas.
    Octopod Sailors, 300 BC–present
    Octopod Sailors, 300 BC–present

    Lore has always surrounded argonauts, pelagic octopuses that build shells and travel the seas.

    Lore has always surrounded argonauts, pelagic octopuses that build shells and travel the seas.

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    Microbes Find Their Niche in Underwater Shipwrecks
    Microbes Find Their Niche in Underwater Shipwrecks
    Jef Akst | Nov 1, 2020
    Early investigations of the microbial communities in and around sunken boats reveal that there are patterns to where bacteria settle.
    New Genome Sequences Reveal Undescribed African Migration
    New Genome Sequences Reveal Undescribed African Migration
    Max Kozlov | Oct 29, 2020
    An analysis of the genomes of people from 50 ethnolinguistic groups in Africa spots 62 genes under positive selection and 3 million more genetic variants than previously documented.
    Climate Change Helped Drive <em>Homo sapiens</em>&rsquo; Cousins Extinct: Study
    Climate Change Helped Drive Homo sapiens’ Cousins Extinct: Study
    Katarina Zimmer | Oct 15, 2020
    Sharp drops in global temperatures helped seal the fate of three extinct hominin species, including our close relatives, the Neanderthals, according to thousands of archaeological specimens and a model of past climate conditions.
    Scientist as Subject
    Scientist as Subject
    Amanda Heidt | Oct 1, 2020
    In the past, it was not uncommon for researcher to test their experimental therapeutics and vaccines on themselves. Some even volunteered to be exposed to pathogen-carrying vectors.
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    California Wildfire Beaten Back, for Now, on Famous Mt. Wilson
    California Wildfire Beaten Back, for Now, on Famous Mt. Wilson
    Ashley Yeager | Sep 16, 2020
    The mountain is home to two historic telescopes and many other scientific instruments, along with a billion dollars’ worth of broadcast transmission towers.
    Coronavirus Closeup, 1964
    Coronavirus Closeup, 1964
    Ashley Yeager | Sep 1, 2020
    Electron microscopy revealed that a deadly disease of birds was not a form of flu, but a different type of virus entirely.
    Ancient Grains Hint at Prehistoric Beer Brewing
    Ancient Grains Hint at Prehistoric Beer Brewing
    Amanda Heidt | Sep 1, 2020
    Microscopic analysis of charred, shapeless lumps from archaeological sites revealed ancient cereal grains that may have undergone malting to make beer.
    Recalling the 1918 Pandemic
    Recalling the 1918 Pandemic
    The Scientist Staff | Aug 17, 2020
    As we struggle through the COVID-19 pandemic, we can still learn lessons from a scourge that plagued our ancestors more than a century ago.
    Looking Back, Looking Ahead
    Looking Back, Looking Ahead
    Bob Grant | Aug 10, 2020
    Although modern society seems to be unwilling or unable to learn from the past, doing so just might hold the key to envisioning a brighter future.
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