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Links 4/14/21

Links for you. Science: As Locusts Swarmed East Africa, This Tech Helped Squash Them Why would a Covid vaccine cause rare blood clots? Researchers have found clues Hard choices emerge as link between AstraZeneca vaccine and rare clotting disorder becomes … Continue reading

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Links 4/13/21

Links for you. Science: The Sand Octopus Was Hiding in Plain Sight Biden Made a Promise to Scientists. He Can Still Keep It. Genomic surveillance: What it is and why we need more of it to track coronavirus variants and … Continue reading

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Links 4/12/21

Links for you. Science: Did climate change cause societies to collapse? New research upends the old story. Stress test: Scientists go inside the brains and bloodstreams of squirrels The revolution in satellite technology means there are swarms of spacecraft no … Continue reading

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Links 4/11/21

Links for you. Science: Where Boars Hog the Streets Jesse Singal Got More Wrong Than He Thinks ‘Has everyone in Kent gone to an illegal rave?’: on the variant trail with the Covid detectives That Night 46 Million Grasshoppers Went … Continue reading

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Links 4/10/21

Links for you. Science: Let Us Now Praise Tiny Ants: Even in the densest human habitations, there are orders of magnitude more ants than there are of us, doing the hard work of making our crumbs disappear. Many Children With … Continue reading

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Links 4/9/21

Links for you. Science: CDC Director on reports of clusters of cases associated with daycares and youth sports Escaping Catch-22 — Overcoming Covid Vaccine Hesitancy NIH is Documenting COVID-19 as Well as Responding to It Antibody evasion by the P.1 … Continue reading

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Links 4/8/21

Links for you. Science: We Can’t End the Pandemic Without Vaccinating Kids Satellite Imagery Shows Northern California Kelp Forests Have Collapsed Outdoor transmission accounts for 0.1% of State’s Covid-19 cases (though note ““The risk of infection is low outdoors because … Continue reading

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Links 4/7/21

Links for you. Science: They Had Mild Covid. Then Their Serious Symptoms Kicked In. The Next Trick: Pulling Coronavirus Out of Thin Air 6-month neurological and psychiatric outcomes in 236,379 survivors of COVID-19: a retrospective cohort study using electronic health … Continue reading

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Links 4/6/21

Links for you. Science: Decreased thermal tolerance as a trade-off of antibiotic resistance As endangered birds lose their songs, they can’t find mates Community Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Associated with a Local Bar Opening Event — Illinois, February 2021 Researchers Are … Continue reading

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Links 4/5/21

Links for you. Science: Why It Pays to Think Outside the Box on Coronavirus Tests Viral load and contact heterogeneity predict SARS-CoV-2 transmission and super-spreading events Estimation of secondary household attack rates for emergent spike L452R SARS-CoV-2 variants detected by … Continue reading

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