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Basic income trial is testing how money affects child development

By Catherine de Lange A study is looking at the effects of income on child development Cavan Images/Getty Images Growing…

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There are now more jobs available than before the pandemic. So why aren’t people signing up?

“That really is the vaccination job boom,” said Julia Pollak, labor economist for ZipRecruiter. “Employers are taking permanent steps now…

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YouTube pulls Florida governor’s video, says his panel spread Covid-19 misinformation

Video of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and a panel of scientists apparently trading in Covid-19 misinformation has been pulled from…

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Artificial nervous system senses light and learns to catch like humans

By Chris Stokel-Walker An artist’s impression of neurons KTSDESIGN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY A simple artificial nervous system is able to mimic…

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Covid-19 news: EU drugs regulator reviewing Johnson & Johnson vaccine

By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan ,…

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NASA helicopter set for historic first flight on Mars

On a flat, barren expanse of Martian real estate, a tiny helicopter is poised to make aviation history. NASA’s experimental…

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How the U.S. is forging ahead on green housing while the U.K. falls behind

U.S. President Joe Biden and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson have both recently voiced their intention to meet ambitious new…

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Boron insertion into alkyl ether bonds via zinc/nickel tandem catalysis

Slipping boron into alkyl ethers The carbon–oxygen bonds that hold alkyl ethers together are relatively inert. Lyu et al. report…

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A metasurface performance enhancer

The detection and emission of light plays a key role in applications such as free-space communications, biosensing, and optical imaging.…

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Bilateral visual projections exist in non-teleost bony fish and predate the emergence of tetrapods

Dating the ipsilateral visual pathway In primates, visual connections are bilateral: Each eye sends neural connections to both sides of…

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