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Once the experiment is done, the platform sends a report to the scientists with the results.
Just as the covid-19 pandemic was taking off, a global network of scientists began mapping the DNA of urban microbes and using AI to look for patterns.
Newman is what scientists call a “supertaster,” and he is not alone in hating broccoli.
For them, becoming a scientist was something completely out of my reach.
The scientists don’t know for sure exactly when each person began shedding the virus.
It was designed to help scientists better understand what genetic and environmental factors can prove good — or bad — for heart health.
An international team of scientists based in Shanghai, China decided to investigate.
One is that I really like having friends who are not scientists because they have really good questions about the science that I do.
When Mitchell repairs a piano, he uses the same strategy as a scientist testing a hypothesis.
If scientists succeed in giving a horse a horn, it might not be good for the animal.

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