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- Astronomers invite public to help name Jupiter’s new moons by Sci-News.com.
- Life is a highway (of flying space rocks) out there by Corey S. Powell for Discover Magazine.
- Physicists solve a 35-year-old mystery hidden inside atomic cores by Rafi Letzer for Live Science.
- Hermit crabs are drawn to the smell of their own dead by Yao-Hua Law for Science News.
- Did crawling critters leave these cracks? The answer could rewrite evolutionary history by Jim Daley for Scientific American.
- How many wild animals do people kill? by Brandon Keim for Anthropocene Magazine.
- Why do we crave sweets when we're stressed? by Achim Peters for Scientific American.
- Insomnia tied to depression, cardiovascular disease by Michael B. Price for Science Magazine.
- Radical Parkinson's treatment tested by Alex Therrien for BBC Health.
- Study provides new insights into the relationship between childhood poverty and inflammation by Eric W. Dolan via PsyPost.
- Study finds people apt to shrug off extreme weather as normal by Mongabay.com.
- In the future, jellyfish slime may be the solution to microplastic pollution by Braden Phillips for Hakai Magazine.
- Concrete: the most destructive material on Earth by Johnathan Watts for Guardian Cities.
- Is yeast a potential cannabinoid powerhouse? by Samantha Page for Cosmos Magazine.
- Chemistry is not harder than other sciences...just different by Wavefunction.
- Falling through the gaps: Do nanoparticles enable cancer cells to escape through leaky vessels? by Manisit Das for OncoBites.
- Trials underway testing CRISPR for blood disorders by Alan Kotok for Science & Enterprise.