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Science Magazine

Academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and one of the world's top academic journals

Science is a leading outlet for scientific news, commentary, and cutting-edge research. Through its print and online incarnations, Science reaches an estimated worldwide readership of more than one million. Science’s authorship is global too, and its articles consistently rank among the world's most cited research.

Science serves as a forum for discussion of important issues related to the advancement of science by publishing material on which a consensus has been reached as well as including the presentation of minority or conflicting points of view. Accordingly, all articles published in Science—including editorials, news and comment, and book reviews—are signed and reflect the individual views of the authors and not official points of view adopted by AAAS or the institutions with which the authors are affiliated.

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Science Magazine News

BioNTech's vaccine prevents multiple sclerosis in rodents

FierceBiotech - 07-Jan-2021

Developed through a novel mRNA technology used in vaccine for COVID-19


Protein that regulates muscle function in ageing discovered

Stanford School of Medicine - 10-Dec-2020

Blocking it improved muscle strength & function while endurance was also boosted in mice


CRISPR-Cas9 variants, key to overcoming major limitation in gene editing system (LEAF) - 31-Mar-2020

Entire genome now targetable, open to interventions for use in combating diseases


A new breakthrough in the regenerative medicine

TechRadar - 04-Nov-2019

Using a fluid matrix instead of a solid support structure may be the solution of bioprinting


How our bodies clear toxins from our brains while we sleep, scientists explain

Wired - 31-Oct-2019

Cerebrospinal fluid might be involved in the process of cleaning out the toxins


Algorithms creating discrimination in the US healthcare system

Wired - 24-Oct-2019

Software guidance for patients gives privileges to white patients over black patients


Scientists explore the mystery of immortal Hydra

New Atlas - 05-Aug-2019

May be one day we will be able to grow our limbs back


Synthetic organelle introduces a new genetic code to cells

Singularity Hub - 03-Apr-2019

No need to wait for evolution - we will be able to manipulate life forms soon


Human-like intuition and creativity, now exhibited by DeepMind's AlphaZero

YAHOO! - 07-Dec-2018

This improvisation was regarded as historical 'turning point' for AI


Young blood as a key to living longer

Wired - 09-May-2018

GDF11 is a protein in the blood, which can stimulate cell growth and repair