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Trends that will shape the 2020s: Psychedelics as medicine, diagnostic cell phone apps and AI prediction of disease outbreaks

Smithsonian | 
Clearly, a lot can happen in a decade—but innovation has to start somewhere. Based on what’s breaking through now, here ...
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Hues of the past: How we determine the colors of prehistoric animals

Smithsonian | 
[Paleontologist Maria McNamara] studies tissues from insects and vertebrates in order to envision what these critters looked like and how ...
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‘True blue’ chrysanthemum flowers created using genetic engineering

Nature | 
Roses are red, but science could someday turn them blue. That’s one of the possible future applications of a technique ...
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