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February 20, 2021
Open Access

Recurrent evolution of vertebrate transcription factors by transposase capture.

Science
Rachel L CosbyCédric Feschotte
February 20, 2021

Media and aggression research retracted after scrutiny.

Science
Cathleen O'Grady
February 20, 2021
Open Access

How many genetic changes create new species?

Science
Patrik NosilZachariah Gompert
February 20, 2021
Open Access

The long road.

Science
Jon Cohen
February 20, 2021
Review

Plant evolution driven by interactions with symbiotic and pathogenic microbes.

Science
Pierre-Marc Delaux, Sebastian Schornack
February 20, 2021
Comment / Editorial
Open Access

A universal coronavirus vaccine.

Science
Wayne C Koff, Seth F Berkley
February 20, 2021

De novo design of transmembrane β barrels.

Science
Anastassia A VorobievaDavid Baker
February 20, 2021

We need a global science-policy body on chemicals and waste.

Science
Zhanyun WangNoriyuki Suzuki
February 20, 2021

England's Stonehenge was erected in Wales first.

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Andrew Curry
February 20, 2021

Kauri trees mark magnetic flip 42,000 years ago.

Science
Paul Voosen
February 20, 2021
Open Access

Absolute and arbitrary orientation of single-molecule shapes.

Science
Ashwin GopinathPaul W K Rothemund
February 20, 2021

Top German scientist fired after police raid of homes and offices.

Science
Hinnerk Feldwisch-Drentrup
February 20, 2021

Clinically relevant mutations in core metabolic genes confer antibiotic resistance.

Science
Allison J LopatkinJames J Collins
February 20, 2021

France turns to citizens' panel to reduce vaccine skepticism.

Science
Barbara Casassus
February 20, 2021

News at a glance.

Science
February 20, 2021

Deaths of health workers in Africa highlight vaccine inequity.

Science
Kai Kupferschmidt
February 20, 2021

Emerging cell therapy for biliary diseases.

Science
Simone N T Kurial, Holger Willenbring
February 20, 2021

A global environmental crisis 42,000 years ago.

Science
Alan CooperRoland Zech
February 20, 2021

Protect and regulate China's oyster resources.

Science
Hong YangRoger J Flower
February 20, 2021

Phage-assisted evolution of botulinum neurotoxin proteases with reprogrammed specificity.

Science
Travis R BlumDavid R Liu

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