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1 Chess, Anyone? Giant Checkerboard Spied from Space (Photo)
2 Lost Holocaust Songs Played for 1st Time on Repaired Wire Recorder
3 Most Americans Say Kids Should Get Vaccinated, Poll Finds
4 Like or Unlike? Facebook May Harm Health
5 Are Solar Storms Causing Mysterious Sea Animal Beachings?
6 How Do Tom Brady's Pricy Pajamas Work?
7 How Good Posture May Help with Depression Symptoms
8 'Immigration Act of 1917' Turns 100: America's Long History of Immigration Prejudice
9 Immunotherapy: Could the Human Body Be Trained to Fight Cancer?
10 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
11 Ancient Tomb of Chinese General and Princess Filled with Figurines
12 Stewards of Federal Lands Feel Threatened, Survey Shows
13 Lonely Ice Volcano on Ceres May Have Once Had Company
14 478-Million-Year-Old Spiky Slug Solves Long-Held Mollusk Mystery
15 Reference: Qumran & the Dead Sea Scrolls
16 Here's Why Pregnant Women Should Avoid Eating Licorice
17 Mysterious Amazonian Geoglyphs Were Built in Already-Altered Forests
18 Brilliant Fireball Streaks Over Milwaukee, Wows Skywatchers (Videos)
19 Why Scientists Think Earth's Magnetic Poles Are About to Flip
20 Sperm Bank Death: How Does Liquid Nitrogen Kill?
21 Male Contraceptive 'Hydrogel' Passes Test in Rhesus Monkeys
22 Should Scientists Engage in Activism?
23 Child's Best Friend: Kids Prefer Their Pets Over Siblings
24 Fireball Hissing: Weird Cause of Noises Made by Meteors Found
25 Can this Song Really Make Babies Happy?
26 Despite Whistleblower's Concerns, Climate Change Study Called Sound
27 Newfound Gecko Species Jumps Out of Its Own Skin
28 Giant Amazonian Catfish Is a Record-Breaking Traveler
29 Whale of an Idea: Satellites Help Monitor Migrating Humpbacks
30 From 'CRISPR' to 'EpiPen': Dictionary Adds Slew of Scientific Words
31 Heavy Lifting at Work Linked to Decreased Fertility in Women
32 E-Cig Risk: Teens Who Vape More Likely to Start Smoking Tobacco
33 Bear Necessities: Andean Bears Call Machu Picchu Home
34 Viking VIP: Grave Belonging to 'Warrior of High Status' Uncovered
35 Collapsing Beauty: Image of Antarctica's Larsen Ice Shelf
36 Your Brain on Music: Why Certain Songs Bring Pleasure
37 Reference: Facts About Bromine
38 Reference: Who Invented the Refrigerator?
39 70 Years After Dead Sea Scrolls Were Found, New Discoveries Await
40 Huge Undersea Landslide Slammed Great Barrier Reef 300,000 Years Ago
41 Ancient eclipse records revise modern calculations of Earth's spin
42 Weather observed for first time on a hot, giant, Jupiter-like alien planet
43 Scans map how Tasmanian tiger brain was wired to kill
44 Fossils of huge 'wolf-sized' otter unearthed in China
45 Australian of the Year winner: Emeritus Professor Alan Mackay-Sim
46 Scientists cook up material 200 times stronger than steel out of soybean oil
47 Pores found in 'platypus of microbiology' bacterium push boundaries of evolution
48 DNA reveals how pitcher plants evolved to become flesh-eaters
49 Designer compound may untangle damage leading to some dementias
50 Key friendships vital for effective human social networks
51 Human intuition added to planning algorithms
52 Myopia cell discovered in retina: Dysfunction of cell may be linked to amount of time a child spends indoors
53 Novel quantum state in strange insulating materials
54 Wave of the future: Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter
55 Scientists make new high-tech liquid materials that can manipulate micro-organisms
56 First nuclear explosion helps test theory of moon's formation
57 Despite few taste genes, honey bees seek out essential nutrients based on floral resources
58 Shifting monsoon altered early cultures in China, study says
59 Broken pebbles offer clues to Paleolithic funeral rituals
60 Why the ocean has absorbed more carbon over the past decade
61 Bacteria links Crohn's disease to arthritis
62 New cause of brain defects in tuberous sclerosis complex
63 'Release and kill' strategy may aid treatment of tuberculosis
64 Computer trained to predict which AML patients will go into remission, which will relapse
65 The Internet and your brain are more alike than you think
66 Harsh parenting predicts low educational attainment through increasing peer problems
67 Human brain 'organoids' offer new insight into rare developmental disease
68 Soccer success in the young can be measured in the brain
69 Evidence points to fish oil to fight asthma
70 Naps may help preschoolers learn, study finds
71 Real-time feedback helps save energy and water
72 Change in marital status post-menopause may impact health
73 Most stretchable elastomer for 3-D printing
74 Versatile 2-dimensional material grown in lab
75 Method to identify bacteria in blood samples works in hours instead of days
76 'Corrective glass' for mass spectrometry imaging
77 New evidence in favor of dark matter: The bars in galaxies are spinning more slowly than we thought
78 Stars align in test supporting 'spooky action at a distance'
79 Algae survive heat, cold and cosmic radiation
80 What happened to the sun over 7,000 years ago?
81 Scientists create organs-on-chips for large-scale drug screening
82 Large groups of photons on demand: An equivalent of photonic 'integrated circuit'
83 Refined method offers new piece in the cancer puzzle
84 Controlling a prosthesis with your brain
85 Allen's hummingbird boom missed by breeding bird surveys
86 Combined count data reveals shifts in hawks' migratory behavior
87 Malaria mosquitoes sensitive to horseradish
88 Researchers seek to improve welfare in captive birds of prey through olfactory enrichment
89 Increase in the number of extremely strong fronts over Europe?
90 Current climate change models understate the problem, scientists argue
91 Deep groundwater aquifers respond rapidly to climate variability
92 Three new uranium minerals from Utah
93 Genomes in flux: New study reveals hidden dynamics of bird and mammal DNA evolution
94 Hundreds of ancient earthworks built in the Amazon
95 Spiny, armored slug reveals ancestry of molluscs
96 Study finds mutual reinforcement of phenotypic diversity and cooperation
97 Poor and less educated suffer the most from chronic pain
98 Novel LED street lights reduce costs
99 Electricity costs: A new way they'll surge in a warming world
100 Research pinpoints promise of polycrystalline perovskites
101 Math learned best when children move
102 Students who enjoy or take pride in math have better long-term math achievement
103 For youth of color, losing trust in teachers may mean losing the chance to make it to college
104 Teachers may be cause of 'obesity penalty' on girls' grades
105 Exercise, sleep are key to keeping employees from bringing home work frustrations, study shows
106 The attraction effect: How our brains can be influenced
107 Interactive 'nutrition label' for financial products helps investors make better choices
108 Researchers concerned about young people's responsibility for their work ability
109 Modern parenting may hinder brain development, research suggests
110 Study provides new evidence that exercise is not key to weight control