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Havana Symposium Co-Organized by AAAS Leads to Promising Research Partnerships
AAAS Helps Organize Symposium in Havana on Mosquito-Borne Illnesses
Beth Shapiro shares thoughts on her award-winning book, How To Clone a Mammoth, in this Spotlight on Science Writers post.
Ocean seagrass meadows reduce bacteria unhealthful to humans and marine organisms by up to 50%, a new study shows, and they also decrease the likelihood of disease in coral reefs by half.