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1 Scientists Want to Know What ;) Really Means
2 Odd Football-Size Armored Creatures Solve Ancient Footprint Mystery
3 The Science of Donald Trump Impersonations
4 Ketchup Bottle Physics: Scientist Unlocks Key to Splat-Free Sauce
5 Turtle the Size of 2 Earths: Stunning Sunspot Revealed in New Radio Images
6 Interior Nominee Zinke Doubles Down on Coal
7 Virgin Birth: Zebra Shark Has Babies Without Mating
8 How Tattoo Artists Could Help Reduce Skin Cancer
9 2016 Was Earth's Hottest Year on Record, and Humans Are to Blame
10 Robotic Device Hugs the Heart, Helping It Pump
11 Good Widdle Doggie! Baby Talk Works Only for Puppies
12 Weird Mars Rock Spied by Curiosity Rover Is Probably a Meteorite
13 Mold Inside Sophie the Giraffe Toys: Should Parents Worry?
14 Hundreds of Thousands of Declassified CIA Documents Now Available Online
15 President Bush in the ICU: Why Does Pneumonia Strike Older Adults?
16 Are girls really better at reading than boys, or are the tests painting a false picture?
17 Insecticides mimic melatonin, creating higher risk for diabetes
18 Blood-repellent materials: A new approach to medical implants
19 Too much sitting, too little exercise may accelerate biological aging
20 Graphene's sleeping superconductivity awakens
21 Making AI systems that see the world as humans do
22 Traffic jam in empty space
23 A tale of two pulsars' tails: Plumes offer geometry lessons to astronomers
24 Ants find their way even when going backwards
25 Insects also migrate, study shows
26 Regional sea-level scenarios: Helping US Northeast plan for faster-than-global rise
27 Green Sahara's ancient rainfall regime revealed
28 Jumbled chromosomes may dampen the immune response to tumors
29 Plan A is to get patients to stick to their blood pressure pills
30 Blood test can predict life or death outcome for patients with Ebola virus disease
31 Scientists initiate first ethical guidelines for organs cultivated in vitro
32 Study discusses model for understanding nutrition and brain development
33 Gene that enables memories, sense of direction produces schizophrenia-like symptoms when mutated
34 Children's beliefs about talent influence music participation
35 Rabies viruses reveal wiring in transparent brains
36 Your 'anonmyized' web browsing history may not be anonymous
37 The type, not just the amount, of sugar consumption matters in risk of health problems
38 Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening's Popularity on the Rise
39 Mars and Venus on the therapist's couch
40 Chip-sized, high-speed terahertz modulator raises possibility of faster data transmission
41 Theorists propose new class of topological metals with exotic electronic properties
42 'Marine repairmen': Limpets are construction workers of the seashore
43 Explaining how 2-D materials break at the atomic level
44 Likely cause--and potential prevention--of vision deterioration in space
45 Deep-space mission to metal asteroid
46 Astrophysicists discover dimming of binary star
47 Hubble gazes into a black hole of puzzling lightness
48 Seeking structure with metagenome sequences
49 Birds of a feather flock together to confuse potential predators
50 Heartbeat could be used as password to access electronic health records
51 Teens unlikely to be harmed by moderate digital screen use
52 How bacteria exploit a chink in the body's armor
53 New findings on how plants manage immune response
54 Team uncovers cellular responses to bird flu vaccine
55 What will the wasp plague be like this year?
56 Sea-surface temps during last interglacial period like modern temps
57 Climate change to shift global pattern of mild weather
58 Treated carbon pulls radioactive elements from water
59 How much drought can a forest take?
60 Caves in central China show history of natural flood patterns
61 The tasmanian tiger had a brain structure suited to a predatory life style
62 Major Viking Age manor discovered at Birka, Sweden
63 Prehistoric mega-lake sediment offers key insight into how inland regions responded to 'super-greenhouse' event
64 More efficient vaccine production
65 The war on drugs causes massive human rights violations
66 Affordable Care Act made cancer screening more accessible for millions, study finds
67 New study will help find the best locations for thermal power stations in Iceland
68 Talking to children about STEM fields boosts test scores and career interest
69 Gifted students benefit from ability grouping
70 Babies exposed to stimulation get brain boost
71 College-student status does not automatically mean excessive drinking
72 Interactive 'nutrition label' for financial products helps investors make better choices
73 Researchers concerned about young people's responsibility for their work ability
74 Toxic bosses are bad for your health and bad for your reputation
75 Employers need to do more to encourage staff to switch off at home
76 Frankly, we do give a damn: Study finds links between swearing and honesty
77 Every meal triggers inflammation
78 Eat hot peppers for a longer life?
79 Estrogen Deprivation Leads to Death of Dopamine Cells in the Brain
80 Scientists tie the tightest knot ever achieved
81 Searching for planets in the Alpha Centauri system
82 Wearable biosensors can flag illness, Lyme disease, risk for diabetes; low airplane oxygen
83 The moon is older than scientists thought
84 How the darkness and the cold killed the dinosaurs
85 First humans arrived in North America a lot earlier than believed
86 Viruses in genome important for our brain
87 Viper's strike quantified in nature for the first time
88 Raw materials for meatballs, falafel from mealworms and crickets
89 Strength of hair inspires new materials for body armor
90 Tiny fruit flies use cold hard logic to select mates
91 Why 'platonic' flies don't copulate and what that could mean for humans
92 Classic video game system used to improve understanding of the brain
93 New theory may explain mystery of Fairy Circles of Namibia
94 New species of moth named in honor of Donald Trump ahead of his swearing-in as president
95 Bacteria recruit other species with long-range electrical signals
96 Australia bans non-prescription codeine to fight opioid crisis
97 Sustainable tuna fishing is bad for climate--here's why
98 Largest lake in southern Europe under threat from "eco-resort"
99 Woman hit by lightning loses synaesthesia--but then it returns
100 There are five times more urban foxes in England than we thought
101 Computer vision algorithms pick out petty crime in CCTV footage
102 DeepMind's AlphaGo is secretly beating human players online
103 Physicists can't agree on what the quantum world looks like
104 Computer uses facial cues to spot if people have autism
105 False memory helps us think but we can't do it when we're tired
106 Simple blood test can detect genetic diseases early in pregnancy
107 Tiny nanoelectrodes record brain's activity without damaging it
108 Your walk could be a password that connects devices on your body
109 Drones inspired by insects could keep flying even when damaged
110 Racing robot cars will help AI learn to adapt to the real world