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1 Unhealthy gut microbes a cause of hypertension, researchers find
2 Sleep deprivation handicaps the brain's ability to form new memories, mouse study shows
3 Myth busted: No link between gigantic asteroid break-up, rise in biodiversity
4 Tail of stray black hole hiding in the Milky Way
5 Substantial evidence of holographic universe
6 Baltic hunter-gatherers began farming without influence of migration, ancient DNA suggests
7 Chimps' behavior following death deeply disturbing
8 Scientists Dispel Late-Night Eating/Weight Gain Myth
9 Wired for sound: Enraging noises caused by brain connection overdrive
10 Cytotoxins contribute to virulence of deadly epidemic bacterial infections
11 Spider silk demonstrates Spider man-like abilities
12 How stressful will a trip to Mars be on the human body?
13 Bacteria fed synthetic iron-containing molecules turn into electrical generators
14 Sticky gels turn insect-sized drones into artificial pollinators
15 Splitfin flashlight fish uses bioluminescent light to illuminate plankton
16 Fish uses sneaking behavior as stealth mating strategy
17 13 Health Benefits of Cauliflower According to Science (+ 4 Cauliflower Recipes to Try)
18 Bat Bot begins: a new agile flying robot for disaster zones
19 Trouble sleeping? A weekend camping should help you out
20 Artificial skin can sniff out heat as well as a pit viper
21 Immigration raids linked to low birth weight among Latina mothers
22 Quiet black hole may be lurking in cosmic 'bullet'
23 Sun's own light may be slowing its surface spin
24 Stomach acid helps power tiny, ingestible sensors
25 Sulfur choked sea life during end-Permian mass extinction: study
26 Extreme fire weather forecast for Australia and the Mediterranean
27 Solar sails could park spacecraft next to Proxima Centauri
28 Baleen whales had a deep voice before they grew huge
29 Glass from first nuclear blast tests theory of moon's origin
30 Food poisoning bacteria infiltrate and help shrink tumours in mice
31 Two huge magma plumes fed the Deccan Traps eruption
32 Horse study reins in evolutionary orthodoxy
33 Malaria infection smells irresistible to mosquitoes
34 Dual-function nanorod LEDs could make multifunctional displays
35 Directly radiolabeled nanographene materials without chelators are suitable for bioimaging applications
36 Penn researchers among first to grow versatile 2-D material tungsten ditelluride
37 Flat lens to work across a continuous bandwidth allows new control of light
38 Nanoparticle screen could speed up drug development
39 Overcoming hurdles in CRISPR gene editing to improve treatment
40 Tarantulas inspire new structural color with the greatest viewing angle
41 DNA 'barcoding' allows rapid testing of nanoparticles for therapeutic delivery
42 Immune system defense force captured in action
43 No ink required: paper can be printed with light
44 Scientists determine precise 3-D location, identity of all 23,000 atoms in a nanoparticle
45 Water-based, biocompatible 2-D inks for printed electronics
46 Cell-tracking agents get a boost
47 Researchers develop label-free technique to image microtubules
48 Boron atoms stretch out, gain new powers
49 One-pot technique creates structures with potential for more efficient manufacturing and energy storage
50 Team updates 'sweet' 1950s separation method to clean nanoparticles from organisms
51 Antioxidant compounds mimic effective graphene agents, show potential for therapies
52 Physicists patent detonation technique to mass-produce graphene
53 Sound waves create whirlpools to round up tiny signs of disease (Update)
54 Modified carbon nanotubes could be used to track protein production by individual cells
55 Synthetic nanoparticles achieve the complexity of protein molecules
56 Noninvasive ultrasound pulses used to precisely tweak rat brain activity
57 Study shows that nanoparticles serve as a good tumor deoxygenation agent
58 Researchers build carbon nanotube transistors that outperform those made with silicon
59 A new sensitive and stable self-powered photodetector
60 Meta-lenses bring benchtop performance to small, hand-held spectrometer
61 Battery can be recharged with carbon dioxide
62 Research reveals novel quantum state in strange insulating materials
63 Wave of the future: Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter
64 Physics explains why rock musicians prefer valve amps
65 Measuring time without a clock
66 Material can turn sunlight, heat and movement into electricity--all at once
67 Portable superconductivity systems for small motors
68 Never-before-seen topological solitons experimentally realized in liquid crystals
69 Physicists address loophole in tests of Bell's inequality using 600-year-old starlight
70 Towards new IT devices with stable and transformable solitons
71 Low-cost imaging system detects natural gas leaks in real time
72 The thermodynamics of learning
73 Machine learning method accurately predicts metallic defects
74 New theory to explain why sun's surface rotates slower than its core
75 New method improves accuracy of imaging systems
76 Protecting quantum computing networks against hacking threats
77 Quantum RAM: Modelling the big questions with the very small
78 Search smarter not harder: Physicists present optimal strategy for foragers
79 Combining pulsed laser with electron gun allows for capturing fast motion of nanoparticles in a liquid
80 Looking for entangled atoms in a Bose-Einstein condensate
81 Researchers investigate the potential of metal grids for future electronic components
82 Research pushes concept of entropy out of kilter
83 Quantum phase transition observed for the first time
84 Scientists estimate solar nebula's lifetime
85 NASA spacecraft prepares to fly to new heights
86 Dwarf star 200 light-years away contains life's building blocks
87 NASA team looks to ancient Earth first to study hazy exoplanets
88 Blue jets studied from ISS
89 Astronomers find faintest early galaxies yet, probe how the early universe lit up
90 First nuclear explosion helps test theory of moon's formation
91 A middleweight black hole is hiding at the center of a giant star cluster
92 NASA finds planets of red dwarf stars may face oxygen loss in habitable zones
93 Sandia researchers offer explanation for hissing and popping noises heard from meteors
94 Astronomers discover a very hot Jupiter exoplanet orbiting a bright, hot star
95 A bridge of stars connects two dwarf galaxies
96 Protostar displays a strange geometry
97 NASA advances first-ever silicon-based X-ray optic
98 Mysterious white dwarf pulsar discovered
99 Curiosity rover sharpens paradox of ancient Mars (Update)
100 Researchers discover a black hole feeding frenzy that breaks records
101 Astronomers discover the least massive warm Jupiter exoplanet
102 A massive galaxy long ago and far away
103 Japan's troubled 'space junk' mission fails
104 Hubble captures brilliant star death in 'rotten egg' nebula
105 Bump on a plot from Chandra X-ray observatory reveals excess of X-rays, hinting at dark matter
106 Swirling spirals at the north pole of Mars
107 Dedicated planet imager opens its eyes to other worlds
108 Researchers model superluminous supernova in 2-D for the first time
109 Kuri: Startup's personal robot designed to touch your emotions
110 Virtual assistant Cortana holds people to promises