New Additions to ‘How We Respond’ Highlight Communities Addressing Climate Change Impacts
Photo credit: Six new stories – focused on issues ranging from strained food ecosystems to deadly heat waves – have been added to How We Respond, a AAAS project that spotlights communities taking innovative, science-based steps to respond to climate change.
Common Blood Pressure Drugs Leave Immune Cells Weak Against Bacteria
Photo credit: ACE inhibitors can weaken the immune system’s ability to fight off serious bacterial infections, according to a new study.
Human Eyes Absorb Visual Information Even During Rapid Eye Movements
Photo credit: People corrected their gaze to locate a moving target using information from motion streaks gathered during these movements.
2020 AAAS Annual Report: Science By All, For All.
Photo credit: Throughout 2020, AAAS rose to meet the year's challenges while fulfilling its mission of advancing science, engineering and innovation throughout the world for the benefit of all people.
Inherited Social Networks Shape Hyena Society and Survival
Photo credit: Social relationships of juvenile spotted hyenas are similar to those of their mothers, and similarity increases with maternal social rank.
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