- Intranasal COVID-19 vaccines: What the Nose Knows by Ken Doyle for Promega Connections.
|Intranasal vaccines offer an attractive option in the multifaceted vaccine response to COVID-19.|
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- Octopus sometimes punch fish out of spite by Simon Spichak for Massive Science.
- Horseshoe crabs are critical to the biotech industry by Cathryn Sephus for Sciworthy.
- Microscopic animals glow in the dark to survive radiation by Anrup Mohanty for Sciworthy.
- Fungi create genes to 'win over' their plant friends and neighbors by Attabey Rodriguez Benitez for Massive Science.
- Sloppy science or groundbreaking idea? Theory for how cells organize contents divides biologists by Mitch Leslie for Science.
- Bacillus bacteria can keep fruits and vegetables free of Listeria by Madeline Barron for Massive Science.
- Diet and exercise can shape how your mind ages by Juliana DiGiacomo for Sciworthy.
- A new way of looking at concussions by Helen Santoro for Knowable Magazine.
- The rhythm of detachment: how a brain oscillation dissociates people from themselves and the world by Joel Frohlich for Knowing Neurons.
- The cure for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s may be hiding in the gut by Burcin Ikiz for NutriBites.
- How to help Covid-19 long-haulers by Syra Madad and Theodore Long for Knowable magazine.
- Fatigue is an understudied consequence of hearing loss by Adriel John Orena for Massive Science.
- Why we love sweet foods but hate vegetables by Chen Ruilin at The Skeptical Chemist.
- Waste-to-energy or wasted energy? by Mary Davis for Envirobites.
- Self-powered electronics get boost from nano-material that can be made in the kitchen by Miklos Bolza for Lab Down Under.
- December’s total solar eclipse as seen from space by Leslie Nemo for Scientific American.
- Supercomputer simulations reveal the power inside a supernova by Thomas Lewton for Quanta magazine.
- Showing up by Biochembelle at Ever on and on.
- Biggest, youngest black hole ever shocks astronomers by Ethan Siegel at Starts With A Bang.
- Transdisciplinary research: Pain or Gain? by Philip Nebe for Elephant in the Lab.
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