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A collage of marine creatures.
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Harrison Tasoff
Transferable conservation credits could incentivize comprehensive protection the ocean’s diverse habitats and wildlife.

A conservation market could incentivize global ocean protection

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Gary Horowitz wears glasses and a blue shirt in a dark room
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Matt Perko
Gary Horowitz
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A computer rendering of bacteria and a superbug
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Ryan Allen and Peter Allen, Second Bay Studios
A new antibiotic cured mice infected with bacteria deemed nearly “untreatable” in humans — and resistance to the drug was virtually undetectable.
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An aerial view of a forest
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Nathan Stephenson, USGS
Variation within a given species enables some individuals to survive harsher drought conditions than others.
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Flag rockfish and three swordspine rockfish swim among a basket star and numerous brittle stars on the side of one of the asphalt volcanoes
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Love Et Al.
Flag rockfish and three swordspine rockfish swim among a basket star and numerous brittle stars on the side of one of the asphalt volcanoes.
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Kerem Çamsari headshot next to a close-up of a Stochastic Processing Unit
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Kerem Çamsari is pursuing pioneering research into probabilistic computing
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grouping of five scientist images
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Clockwise from top left, the newest Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science are: Mark Bowick (Physics), Richard Mayer (Psych & Brain), Chris Palmstrøm (Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Materials), Julie Simpson (Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology) and Dar Roberts (Geography)