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We need a quick, cheap test for coronavirus antibodies. It also needs to be accurate

Scientific American | 
An inexpensive coronavirus test that millions of Americans could use at a pharmacy, in a workplace or even at home ...
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Turning old drugs—for things like diabetes and alcoholism—into new cancer treatments

Scientific American | 
Drugs originally developed to treat diseases ranging from diabetes to alcoholism may have applications in cancer treatment, according to a ...
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Gene therapy era: A look at current treatments and what’s next for cancers and genetic disorders

Scientific American | 
At least nine gene therapies have been approved for certain kinds of cancer, some viral infections and a few inherited ...
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Do Roundup Ready GMO crops harm Monarch butterflies? Ecologists weigh in as new data comes to light

Scientific American | 
Monarch butterfly populations have been declining since the 1990s, and several studies have linked this to the proliferation of crops ...
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Do these fossilized ‘tracks’ mean life gained mobility 600 million years earlier than we thought?

Scientific American | 
On February 11, Abderrazak El Albani, a sedimentologist at the University of Poitiers in France, published a study in Proceedings of the National ...
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