Life restoration of Ajkaceratops as an enigmatic ornithischian dinosaur (credit: Edyta Felcyn-Kowalska) and the described fossil material

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    Climate change and urbanization collectively shape biodiversity

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    Scientists measure individual human brain cells in action

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    How social signals at cellular level affect nematode reproduction

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