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How Malaria Tricks the Immune System

The new study suggest a possible defense in the battle against this deadly disease

Global efforts to eradicate malaria are crucially dependent on scientists’ ability to outsmart the malaria parasite.

The new study suggest a possible defense in the battle against this deadly disease

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Uncovering Varied Pathways to Agriculture

New dates for a 15,000-year-old site in Jordan challenge some prevailing assumptions about the beginnings of permanent settlement

Around 15,000 years ago, the Natufian culture appeared in what is today’s Middle East.

New dates for a 15,000-year-old site in Jordan challenge some prevailing assumptions about the beginnings of permanent settlement

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Mirror Images

The optics of a unique underwater visual system are revealed

Scallops see with up to 200 tiny eyes, which ring their bodies.

The optics of a unique underwater visual system are revealed

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Revising the Genetic Message after It Is Sent

Dr. Schraga Schwartz and his group are revealing in unprecedented detail a mechanism for controlling gene activity

DNA is sometimes likened to instructions in a manual but, unlike the usual manual, it contains information that can change over time.

Dr. Schraga Schwartz and his group are revealing in unprecedented detail a mechanism for controlling gene activity

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