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It’s one of the world’s great literary mysteries: a 15th century book full of bizarre illustrations of imaginary plants, astrological signs, surreal figures and landscapes. Its origins are unknown, its creator anonymous. And it’s written entirely in an unknown language that’s stumped the world’s greatest codebreakers.

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Scientists at Yale University are teaming up with the NBA to explore a new method of testing for COVID-19.

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Connecticut restaurants were open for indoor dining this week for the first time since March. But experts warn that people shouldn’t let their guards down.

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Public health officials may be able to predict the next outbreak of COVID-19 through clues in a surprising source: raw sewage. That’s according to a new study from Yale and the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.

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Science has fascinated Ainissa Ramirez ever since she watched her very first episode of the PBS kids science show 3-2-1 Contact. It changed the way she looked at the world and put her on a career path.