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ROBOTICS

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ROBOTICS

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ROBOTICS

M3GAN isn’t a born mover. The robot doll at the center of the film “M3GAN” starts out stiff-limbed and jerky, prone to sharp, birdlike tilts of the head — C3PO, if he were styled by the toymaker Madame Alexander.

ROBOTICS

WASHINGTON — The alien invasion has begun.

SCIENCE

Miracle vaccines. Videophones in our pockets. Reusable rockets. Our technological bounty and its related blur of scientific progress seem undeniable and unsurpassed. Yet analysts now report that the overall pace of real breakthroughs has fallen dramatically over the past almost three-quarters of a century.

SCIENCE

The Alpha and Gamma variants of the coronavirus continued to circulate and evolve in white-tailed deer, even after they stopped spreading widely among people, a new study suggests.

SCIENCE

Every summer in waters off the town of Laguna in Brazil’s southeast corner, fishers wade out into estuary canals to cast their nets in hopes of catching migratory mullet fish. The water is murky, and the fish are difficult to spot. However, the fishers have help from an unexpected quarter: bottlenose dolphins that push the prey toward the nets.

SCIENCE

Children experienced learning deficits during the Covid pandemic that amounted to about one-third of a school year’s worth of knowledge and skills, according to a new global analysis, and had not recovered from those losses more than two years later.

TECHNOLOGY

What does Donald Trump’s reinstatement on Facebook and Instagram mean for our politics and platforms? Then, Netflix in its post-Reed era.

TECHNOLOGY

Between posts about conspiracy theories and right-wing grievances was an unusual advertisement: a photo of former President Donald J. Trump holding a $1,000 bill made of gold, which he was apparently offering free to supporters.

TECHNOLOGY

WASHINGTON — Last week, TikTok’s chief executive, Shou Zi Chew, met with several influential think tanks and public interest groups in Washington, sharing details on how his company plans to prevent data on American users from ever leaving the United States. And the company’s lobbyists swarmed the offices of lawmakers who have introduced bills to ban the app, telling them that TikTok can be trusted to protect the information.

TECHNOLOGY

Larissa S. Brizhik didn’t have to stay. Like many Ukrainian women and children, she could have fled the war zone. But as a department head at the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics in Kyiv, responsible for a staff of 18, she decided to remain on the job.

ENGINEERING

Suhellen Oliveira Da Silva was six months pregnant when she learned that the child she was carrying had the same disease that had left her firstborn son paralyzed and nearly mute. But this time, there was a treatment available that could make a profound difference. This baby could live a normal life.

ENGINEERING

Wastewater surveillance provided valuable public health information during the Covid-19 pandemic and merits “further development and continued investment,” according to a new report released by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine on Thursday.

ENGINEERING

Terry Jackson lives a life dominated by sickle cell disease. The genetic disorder, in which misshapen red cells become wedged in blood vessels, causes him daily bone pain and lower back pain and has sent him to the hospital for pain treatment and life threatening emergencies for five decades. He has frequent transfusions of fresh blood.

ENGINEERING

Last May, Sandra Rivera, a top executive at the chip giant Intel, got some alarming news.

ART

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) consistently gives us exhibitions modest in size — they might get lost in the crowd of a big museum — but weighty in names and ideas. Its current show is a prime example of the type. The four artists featured are among the leading Latin American Conceptualists of the 1960s and ’70s. And they each approach an elastic theme — in this case, mapmaking — in distinctively imaginative ways.

ART

The Baltimore Museum of Art announced Tuesday that Asma Naeem, its chief curator since 2018 and interim co-director, will become director effective Feb. 1.

ART

“Transforming Spaces” is a series about women driving change in sometimes unexpected places.

ART

Beautiful is complicated. Gorgeous sunset skies can be a product of atmospheric pollution. Blizzards of the kind that battered Buffalo were visual poetry to Monet. And that jewel-like magenta-winged bug I so admired in the garden last fall? Turns out to be a herbicidal terrorist.

MATH

This graph shows the global temperatures since 1880 as compared to the average global temperature for the mid-20th century years of 1951 – 1980. All temperatures are in degrees Celsius.

MATH

Featured Article: “Animals Are Running Out of Places to Live” by Catrin Einhorn and Lauren Leather

MATH

What makes sea dragons so strange? How did chewing shape human evolution? Why do thunderstorms occur much less frequently over the ocean than over land? What does the Webb telescope reveal about events in the early millenniums of the universe?

MATH

Ten-day temperature trend graphs for 22 U.S. cities, similar to the graphs above, are published every Sunday in the national print edition of The New York Times. The graphs above are for Dec. 6 - 15.