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- Cornell researchers see atoms at record resolution – Cornell Chronicle, 20.05.2021
– Upper Ocean Temperatures Hit Record High in 2020 — Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 13.01.2021
– Severity of drought and heatwave crop losses tripled over the last five decades in Europe – Environmental Research Letters, 10.06.2021
‑Review article: Earth’s ice imbalance- The Cryosphere, 25.01.2021
– A living bdelloid rotifer from 24,000-year-old Arctic permafrost – Current Biology, 07.06.2021
Malaria vaccine hailed as potential breakthroughBBC, 23.04.2021
– Elon Musk startup shows monkey with brain chip implants playing video game – The Guardian, 09.04.2021
– Longitudinal analysis of blood markers reveals progressive loss of resilience and predicts human lifespan limit – Nature Communications, 25.05.2021
– Microbes Unknown to Science Discovered on The International Space Station- Science Alert, 16.03.2021
– Massive cranium from Harbin in northeastern China establishes a new Middle Pleistocene human lineage – The Innovation, 25.06.2021
– Meet Nesher Ramla Homo – new early human discovered at Israeli cement site – Reuters, 24.06.2021
– The Jerubba‘al Inscription from Khirbet al-Ra‘i:A Proto-Canaanite (Early Alphabetic) Inscription – Jerusalem Journal of Archaeology, 11.07.2021
– Early alphabetic writing in the ancient Near East: the ‘missing link’ from Tel Lachish – Cambridge University Press, 15.04.2021
– Early evidence for symbolic behavior in the Levantine Middle Paleolithic: A 120 ka old engraved aurochs bone shaft from the open-air site of Nesher Ramla, Israel – Quaternary International, 20.01.2021
– A pregnant ancient egyptian mummy from the 1st century BCJournal of Archaeological Science, август 2021
– Superintelligence Cannot be Contained: Lessons from Computability Theory – Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 05.01.2021
– Scientists want to store DNA of 6.7 million species on the moon, just in case – Live Science, 14.03.2021