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Jeanette Kazmierczak

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    How Viruses May Have Led to Complex Life

    Without viruses, we might never have evolved.

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    On the Moon’s Far Side, Clues to a Cataclysm?

    A mission to collect samples from the far side of the moon could answer questions about a barrage of asteroids nearly 4 billion years ago.

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    Air Traffic Control for Random Surfaces

    Mathematicians have had a hard time finding commonalities in large groups of random shapes — until recently.

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    Responding Rapidly to Big Discoveries

    How do scientists react to major breaking science news? For astrophysicists after the big gravitational waves announcement, it was meeting for two weeks in Santa Barbara, California.

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    Off-the-Shelf Lens Assists Dark Matter Find

    A camera lens often used by wildlife and sports photographers has helped astronomers learn about dark matter and galaxy formation.

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    Hope That an Old Drug Might Treat Zika

    Scientists are having a difficult time finding a treatment for the Zika virus in part because so few drugs are safe for pregnant women. But one antibiotic has shown promise.

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    The Cell’s Backup Genetic Instructions

    The cell is equipped with multiple redundancies in case something goes wrong. Researchers have begun to map these systems.