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Flowering Quince by Matt H., in Washington D.C.

Stay tuned for important science updates

We jumped the gun on some important new research — but we have plenty for you in the meantime.

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Whoops! This morning our team published a video on some important new research — alas! — it's not ready yet.

You probably landed on this post from our morning newsletter Above the Fold. You can find a running list of every story we put in that newsletter here and you can also check out all of the reporting from our newsroom here.

Thank you for being engaged and apologies for the morning mix-up. To make it up to you, here are some beautiful spring photos.

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