Science Summaries and Reviews

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Scientists without coding skills adopt easy-to-use artificial intelligence software

Matthew Hutson

Science, 2019

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Billed as safe and cheap, NuScale’s small reactors aim to revive the ailing nuclear industry and help save a warming planet.

Adrian Cho

Science, 2019

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A war on “prediabetes” has created millions of new patients and a tempting opportunity for pharma. But how real is the condition?

Charles Piller

Science, 2019

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Metrics can inform investors wary of “green washing”

C. J. Vörösmarty et al.

Science, 2018

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Patients thrill to reports of a promising antisense drug against Huntington disease, but no one is sure yet whether it works

Meredith Wadman and John Lehmann

Science, 2018

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Misinformation results from many interacting processes

Derek Ruths

Science, 2019

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Population policies offer options to lessen climate risks

John Bongaarts and Brian C. O'Neill

Science, 2018

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A Homespun Telescope in Western Canada Could Solve the Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts by Detecting Dozens Each Day

Daniel Clery

Science, 2019

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Physicists in China and elsewhere are vying to build lasers so powerful they could rip apart empty space

Edwin Cartlidge

Science, 2018

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The police can access your online family-tree research – and use it to investigate your relatives.

Natalie Ram et al.

Science, 2018

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