A note from the editor
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If memory serves
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Cases flare up worldwide
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Scotland could eliminate the coronavirus – if it weren't for England
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Southampton may test entire population weekly for coronavirus
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Coronavirus has permanently scarred some people's lungs
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The hope of immunity
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New parents get a personality transplant
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We have recorded the biggest ever lightning flash
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Honeywell claims quantum record
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Drug-resistant bacteria lurk in home shower drains
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US to test weapon that delivers electric shock at 100 metres
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Six alien moons may have been spotted
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Nearby exoplanet may be ideal for life
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Hotter forecast could be due to clouds
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Dogs were bred to pull our sleds millennia ago
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Lockdown cleans up UK air pollution
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Aerial wiggle helps snakes glide
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Genetic mutations may predict lifespan
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Digital disobedience
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Letters
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Up close with the Red Planet
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The science shift
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Don't miss
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Murky waters
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Dominate or influence?
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The climate fight after coronavirus
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Seeing the dark
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Quick crossword #61
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Puzzle
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Feedback
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Worm welcome
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So long
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Cyclic logic
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Sea settlers
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A cruel and unusual illness
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Contact-tracing issues
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Beating severe covid-19
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Should I get an antibody test?
Publication date: 27 June 2020Source: New Scientist, Volume 246, Issue 3288Author(s): Michael Le Page (Source: New Scientist)
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Coronavirus in the Amazon
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Why we went for full elimination
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Electric dust could be erasing signs of life from Martian surface
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Rising sea levels may have led to global dinosaur domination
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Science's institutional racism
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Cells may have evolved to move 3.4 billion years ago
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Hot giant planets get larger as they are heated by their stars
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Did Stone Age rulers in Ireland practice incest?
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First dinosaurs may have laid soft eggs
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Monitoring of ticks in the US is uneven and underfunded
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Soap bubbles can pollinate flowers
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