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1 Facebook's 'like' button gets 'angry' and 'sad' as friends
2 With its new S7 phone, Samsung looks even more like Apple
3 Team discovers how mobile ads leak personal data
4 Food printers and eye writing: tech show's quirkiest gadgets
5 Engineers achieve Wi-Fi at 10,000 times lower power
6 Visualizing the emotional power of music
7 Self-directed robot can identify objects
8 Internet by light promises to leave Wi-Fi eating dust
9 Researchers discover a royal flush in powering fuel cells with wastewater
10 Global Internet population grows to 3.2 billion: study
11 5G key to unlocking Internet of Things...but not yet
12 Researchers devise method to safely share password data
13 Bioengineers make open-source laser sintering printer for biomaterials fabrication
14 Human champion certain he'll beat AI at ancient Chinese game
15 Common software would have let FBI unlock shooter's iPhone
16 Camera boost, virtual reality in new Samsung, LG gadgets
17 Smartphones to replace cards at bank machines
18 Virtual reality promises to transform film
19 US would let Apple keep software to help FBI hack iPhone
20 US escalates fight with Apple over iPhone in attacks probe
21 Researchers invent 'magic wand' to improve healthcare, cybersecurity
22 New catalyst makes hydrogen peroxide accessible to developing world
23 Researchers find chemical reactions by enzymes point the way toward developing self-powered fluidic devices
24 Material enables more reliable and meaningful self-screening
25 Infection-fighting bandages for serious burns
26 What makes penguin feathers ice-proof
27 Inspired by a desert beetle, cactus and pitcher plant, researchers design a new material to collect water droplets
28 Pentanuclear iron catalyst oxidizes water
29 Researchers can tune mechanical properties of radiation-sensitive material for biomedical use
30 New device could end blood test agony for thousands
31 Proven one-step process to convert CO2 and water directly into liquid hydrocarbon fuel
32 New 'lipidomics' method could bring fast cancer diagnosis
33 Biological engineer patents method to make natural blue dye
34 Chemically storing solar power
35 Researchers develop new DNA analysis technique using infrared laser heat
36 Antibiotics hide within soil mineral layers
37 New evidence for the vibration theory of smell
38 Study reveals mechanism behind enzyme that tags unneeded DNA
39 Rapidly building arteries that produce biochemical signals
40 Scientists blueprint antimicrobial candidate that may stem post-antibiotic tide
41 New type of optical material discovered in the secret language of the mantis shrimp
42 Scientists create vaccine against dangerous designer opioids
43 Researchers devise more efficient materials for solar fuel cells
44 Professor designs explosives detector to rival a dog's nose
45 'Swiss army knife' molecule
46 Team synthesizes georgeite for first time
47 Bacteria take 'RNA mug shots' of threatening viruses
48 Sisterly sacrifice among ovarian germ cells key to egg development
49 Human gut microbiome evolution: From hunter-gatherers to a western lifestyle
50 Fish brains help explain human sensory perception
51 Stem cell technique makes sperm in a dish
52 Genetics reveal 50,000 years of independent history of aboriginal Australian people
53 Mirror mirror: Snail shells offer clue in unravelling common origins of body asymmetry
54 Flowers tone down the iridescence of their petals and avoid confusing bees
55 Analyzing genetic tree sheds new light on disease outbreaks
56 Genetically modified E. coli pump out morphine precursor
57 Reintroduction of genetically distinct orangutan subspecies has led to hybridization in an endangered wild population
58 Yeast study offers evidence of superiority of sexual reproduction versus cloning in speed of adaptation
59 Ancient chimpanzee 'Adam' lived over one million years ago, research reveals
60 Short-lived killifish reveals link between gene expression and longevity
61 Research challenges Darwin, shows how a gene cheats Mendel's law of segregation
62 Simpler technique yields antibodies to a range of infectious agents
63 Mapping the nuclear pore complex: 1.5 billion years of innovation
64 Model suggests genetic backburn may inhibit rapid spread of invasive species
65 New way to reduce plant lignin could lead to cheaper biofuels
66 Study suggests that longer-distance migratory birds may be smarter
67 Human children and wild great apes share their tool use cognition
68 Social sunbathing in the mint-sauce worm
69 Tackling Zika--using bacteria as a Trojan horse
70 'Kurly' protein keeps cilia moving, oriented in the right direction
71 Tracking worm sex drive, neuron by neuron
72 Evolution of moral outrage: I'll punish your bad behavior to make me look good
73 Evidence of early medieval Muslim graves found in France
74 Team discovers fabric collection dating back to Kings David and Solomon
75 Predicting human evolution: Teeth tell the story
76 Title for 'Earth's first animal' likely goes to sea sponges
77 Study shows shame allows humans to anticipate social devaluation and adjust intensity of defensive response
78 Texas fish of dinosaur era found to be new species
79 Researchers document new approach to dealing with uncertainties in mathematical models
80 Surprising mathematical law tested on Project Gutenberg texts
81 Extinct glyptodonts really were gigantic armadillos, ancient DNA shows
82 Researcher discovers ancestor of biggest bird ever
83 Tiny kangaroos that couldn't hop outlived their fanged cousins
84 Virtual museum brings thousands of digital specimens to the desktop in 3-D
85 Selling something on eBay? It pays to be a man
86 Ancient lone star lizard lounged in lush, tropical Texas
87 The 'ugliest fossil reptiles' that roamed China
88 Panel calls for various researchers to band together to create an economic policy dashboard
89 Unlocking one of the great secrets of Earth's evolution
90 Most complete Bronze Age wheel to date found at Must Farm near Peterborough
91 Prehistoric village links old and new stone ages
92 Sauropod swimmers or walkers?
93 Neanderthals mated with modern humans much earlier than previously thought
94 500 million-year-old fossils show how extinct organisms attacked their prey
95 Mighty marsupial lion claws its way out of the darkness
96 Study shows virtues, not vices, lead to more effective political leadership
97 How have changes in the use of anemia drugs affected dialysis patients?
98 Researcher helps draft 'historic' position paper on nutrition and athletic performance
99 Annual plastic surgery statistics reflect the changing face of plastic surgery
100 How brain oscillations respond to teleportation
101 Fine-tuning cellular energy increases longevity
102 Researchers work to block harmful behavior of key Alzheimer's enzyme
103 Sugar rush shrinks brain cell powerhouse
104 Are women more attracted to 'dark and brooding' men?
105 Experimental Ebola antibody protects monkeys
106 The body's response to low levels of oxygen may treat mitochondrial disease, study finds
107 Who is best to assess maternal and fetal risk?
108 Antidepressant may improve cognitive symptoms in people with HIV
109 Study finds only a small portion of synapses may be active during neurotransmission
110 Cooling technique protects speech during brain surgery