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In the few decades since viruses were first found in the oceans, scientists have only been able to identify a handful of species. A new survey has uncovered nearly all the rest.
An infection sweeping through Australia’s struggling koala population provides an unprecedented opportunity to explore how retroviruses insert themselves into the genome.
Newly discovered patterns in evolution may help scientists make accurate short-term predictions.
Newly discovered specimens support a more ancient origin for viruses, perhaps all the way back to the origins of life.
Machine learning techniques are helping scientists pinpoint the mutations that allow bird and pig viruses to infect humans.
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