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A group of physicists from Northeastern University have found that bacteria may be using radio waves to communicate with each other, says 80beats' Veronique Greenwood. It's been thought that bacteria use high-frequency waves to communicate with each other and perform other functions, and Nobel Prize-winning researcher Luc Montagnier published a paper in 2009 on the measurement of bacterial radio waves, Greenwood says.

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Russia says its candidate SARS-CoV-2 vaccine has a very high efficacy rate in an initial analysis of clinical trial data, according to the Financial Times.

Wired reports on a microbial analysis of sketches drawn by Leonardo DaVinci.

A new survey explores coronavirus vaccine hesitancy among Black and Latino individuals, the Washington Post reports.

In Nucleic Acids Research this week: the Aging Atlas database, a database of human metagenome-related metadata, and more.