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1 'Smart' cephalopods trade off genome evolution for prolific RNA editing
2 Irish researchers make major breakthrough in smart printed electronics
3 Study identifies 'night owl' gene variant
4 To save honey bees, human behavior must change
5 Strong early education equals better long-term relationships with parents, research shows
6 'What do old books smell like?'--Preserving smells as important cultural heritage
7 Married couples with common ancestry also share similar genes
8 When old growth beats old school
9 Next Generation TimeTree: An expanded history of life on Earth at your fingertips
10 Why do some with radical views become terrorists yet others don't?
11 Distinct bacterial communities share nutrients for the common good
12 Neuroscientists identify brain circuit necessary for memory formation
13 Rutgers researchers determine structure of tuberculosis drug target
14 Ingredients for lasting memories
15 Low ammonium levels in urine may indicate serious risks for kidney disease patients
16 Stem cell drug screen yields potential alternative to statins
17 Lactate from human cells may trigger key step in invasion by meningitis-causing bacteria
18 Stem cell consortium tackles complex genetic diseases
19 How a beneficial gut microbe adapted to breast milk
20 Gene mutation helps explain night owl behavior
21 UN-backed report: Record new renewable power capacity added worldwide at lower cost
22 Buckle up! Climate change to increase severe aircraft turbulence
23 Researchers develop Marburg virus treatment effective five days after infection
24 Chemical sensor on the basis of materials possessing molecular memory created
25 Project Hotspot
26 The 'Ferguson effect' or too many guns? Exploring the rise in violent crime in Chicago
27 Lego figures don't stand a chance against time reversal
28 Study analyzes what 'a' and 'the' tell us about language acquisition
29 UCLA researchers discover a new cause of high plasma triglycerides
30 Study shows health insurance plans too complicated to understand
31 https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-04/cwru-ndc040517.php
32 Artificial topological matter opens new research directions
33 Unexpected protein structure findings could lead to new therapies
34 Monoclonal antibody cures Marburg infection in monkeys
35 Stanford study explores risk of deforestation as agriculture expands in Africa
36 Deep sleep may act as fountain of youth in old age
37 Biomarker could lead to personalized therapies for prostate cancer
38 Multivitamins not associated with heart disease risk, regardless of initial dietary intake
39 When the doctor recommends against the surgery a breast cancer patient wants
40 Tumor necrosis factor found to directly regulate blood pressure
41 Simulations of DIII-D experiments shed light on mysterious plasma flows
42 Fruits and vegetables' latest superpower? Lowering blood pressure
43 New approach developed by humanists and scientists maps evolution of literature
44 Experience-based hospitality should standardize safety to continue success
45 Addressing addictions
46 Ready for the new kelvin!
47 Impostor feelings fuel negative mental health outcomes for minority students, study
48 New function discovered for compound that may help slow aging
49 Self-harm linked to violence towards others
50 Discovering how insulin-producing cells show their age
51 Study: What makes for effective partnerships with Indigenous nations on the environment?
52 Researchers develop novel flu test to speed up respiratory treatment
53 Nitrogen, phosphorus from fertilizers and pet waste polluting urban water
54 Veterinary professionals need to change how they connect with their clients
55 Potentially explosive methane gas mobile in groundwater, poses safety risk: U of G study
56 Experts debate the advantages of using stem cells for predictive toxicology screening
57 Whiteflies provide insight into stabilizing manmade drones during takeoff
58 New technology could offer cheaper, faster food testing
59 Biological age-predicting 'epigenetic clock' for studying how to extend lifespan
60 Are biobank donor families worried about a confidentiality breach?
61 73 percent of academics say access to research data helps them in their work; 34 percent do not publish their data
62 No sugar coating, but sweet nonetheless
63 Trial: Abiraterone acetate responses even after initial hormone therapy failure
64 Ideal for kangaroos--out of the pouch, but still living at home
65 A novel method for the fabrication of active-matrix 3-D pressure sensors
66 Charting the skies of history
67 Research into why we remember some aviation disasters and forget others
68 Sodium citrate spray could temporarily restore sense of smell
69 New step towards the treatment of myotubular myopathy gene therapy restores strength and prolongs lives in affected dogs
70 Carbon nanotubes self-assemble into tiny transistors
71 Genes key to killer bee's success
72 Born to love superheroes
73 Scientists determined the time of extinction of ancient porcupines
74 Algorithms can exploit human perception in graph design
75 Raccoon dog is a more acute risk than raccoon as vector for local parasites
76 Fish eyes to help understand human inherited blindness
77 Scientists unravel effect of ENSO and Atlantic multidecadal oscillation on the East Asian winter monsoon
78 Performance of the RegCM4 regional climate model over China
79 Research links decline in hemlock forests to changes in water resources
80 Probiotics benefit in schizophrenia shaped by yeast infections
81 E-cigarette regulations may affect their effectiveness for smoking cessation
82 Cover, crimp, cultivate?
83 Young researchers head to Capitol Hill to advocate for science
84 Medscape doctor survey shows: Boost in job satisfaction, gender pay gap, race disparities
85 Predicting--and preventing--psychiatric morbidity after ARDS
86 Weak grip a strong predictor of metabolic disease and disability in adults
87 Curbing alcohol to fight HIV could save money in Kenya
88 Research shows global photosynthesis on the rise
89 Innovative sensor can screen toxic drugs, help develop biomaterials, and much more
90 Nearly 1 billion people still smoke daily
91 The Lancet: The war on tobacco: Latest estimates show need for 'renewed and sustained' efforts on control policies
92 New Zealand's colorectal cancer rates are on the rise in young adults
93 Public attitudes to end-of-life care in progressive neurological illness are conflicted
94 New study sheds light on 'lung sparing effect'
95 Into the DNA of a coral reef predator
96 High fat, high sugar diet during pregnancy 'programs' for health complications
97 Powers of attraction could decimate deadly starfish
98 Regular exercise, not BMI, before stroke may predict disability later
99 As kids' weight climbs, power of healthy fat supplements drops
100 What are common dermatologic features of classic movie villains?
101 Insurance expansion associated with increase in surgical treatment of thyroid cancer
102 Monthly high-dose vitamin D supplementation does not prevent cardiovascular disease
103 The redomestication of wolves
104 Love it or hate it: Marmite may affect brain function
105 Scientists make progress on unravelling the puzzle of merging black holes
106 Wikipedia articles on plane crashes show what we remember--or forget
107 An unbalanced microbiome on the face may be key to acne development
108 FDA approves drugs more quickly than peer agency in Europe
109 Living in an area with high air pollution may impact women's breast density
110 Plants have been helping to offset climate change, but now it's up to us
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