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1 Lyme disease is set to explode and we still don't have a vaccine
2 Gene editing opens doors to seedless fruit with no need for bees
3 Volunteers spot four super-Earths orbiting sun-like star
4 Water telescope uses gamma rays to track new kind of pulsar
5 Mars's atmosphere hosts metal layers that shouldn't exist
6 Mega-canals could slice through continents for giant ships
7 Water telescope uses gamma rays to track new kind of pulsar
8 Mars's atmosphere hosts metal layers that shouldn't exist
9 Mega-canals could slice through continents for giant ships
10 Gluten allergy in coeliac disease may be provoked by virus
11 Robot volleyball machine helps Japan team practise attacks
12 Unprotected sex may disrupt the microbiome in vagina
13 Physics of shoelaces shows why they come undone when you run
14 Sea urchin emits a cloud of venomous jaws to deter predators
15 Google uses neural networks to translate without transcribing
16 Oldest tooth filling was made by an Ice Age dentist in Italy
17 Sock puppet accounts unmasked by the way they write and post
18 Soldier ants carry comrades wounded in raids back to base
19 4D printing makes objects that assemble themselves when heated
20 At their peak, humans outcompete many computer algorithms in generating seemingly random patterns
21 Study finds tether protein that measures bacterial flagella, holds cells together
22 Biased bots: Human prejudices sneak into artificial intelligence systems
23 New system adapts tool known for gene editing for rapid, inexpensive disease diagnosis
24 Nanoparticle research tested in locusts focuses on new drug-delivery method
25 How to color a lizard: From biology to mathematics
26 Meet 'DeeDee,' a distant, dim member of our solar system
27 Collisions generate gas in debris disks
28 Hunting accounts for 83 and 58 percent declines in tropical mammal and bird populations
29 Moabosaurus discovered in Utah's 'gold mine'
30 Researchers find the answer [for how polar bears find prey] is blowing in the wind
31 Experts expect population will slowly grow, shift northward
32 Chemists devise simple method for making sought-after boronic acid-based drugs and other products
33 Small, phase one trial of a dendritic cell vaccine supports further study in larger trials
34 Fastest rise seen among racial/ethnic minority groups
35 Regulating transcription factor RUNX1 using small molecule drugs a promising novel therapy for diseases of the retina, including advanced diabetic eye disease
36 A double dose of disadvantage
37 Just 3 percent of psychology journals explicitly state that they accept replication studies, contributing to the replication crisis
38 Dentistry researchers identify novel marker for developmental instability
39 'Neuron-reading' nanowires could accelerate development of drugs for neurological diseases
40 Impact of common risk factors on outcomes for home, birth center births
41 Both too much, too little weight tied to migraine
42 Visualizing future doesn't increase delayed gratification
43 Large nationwide study finds children learn basic skills earlier
44 Triple treatment for heat-exchangers: New nano-coatings have an anti-adhesive, anti-corrosive and antimicrobial effect
45 Silver circuits on foil allow curved touchscreens
46 Researchers resolve key question on titanium oxide, water interactions
47 Anticipating hazards from fracking-induced earthquakes in Canada and US
48 Milky Way's ionized hydrogen brought into focus
49 Planetary mission offers up-close view of Cosmic Optical Background
50 'Cold' great spot discovered on Jupiter
51 NASA's MAVEN reveals Mars has metal in its atmosphere
52 Performance of earthquake early warning systems
53 Tool for checking complex computer architectures reveals flaws in emerging design
54 New kinds of data needed to assess technology's impact on jobs
55 Method improves semiconductor fiber optics, paves way for developing devices
56 Micro-organisms communicate with each other, and the rest of the world, through smells
57 Egg hunt: Scientists discover eggs of one of world's most endangered turtles
58 How butterflies could help deliver meds to humans
59 Study reveals vital information for species protection
60 Bombay beach event demonstrates difficulties in earthquake swarm forecasting
61 Seismic listening system offers new look at Old Faithful geyser
62 Could a Colorado earthquake have been triggered by dinosaur extinction impact?
63 Battery prototype powered by atmospheric nitrogen
64 Stalagmites store paleoclimate data
65 Viral fossils reveal how our ancestors may have eliminated an ancient infection
66 Findings show the family, Palaeothentidae, was once widespread across the continent but add to extinction doubts
67 Distantly related fish find same evolutionary solution to dark water
68 Married LGBT older adults are healthier, happier than singles, study finds
69 Next 10 years critical for achieving climate change goals
70 Post-SARS, infection rates in China have steadied, but fast-growing and common infections now need attention
71 Assessing the impact of climate risks on the financial system
72 What triggers a high-school student to suddenly drop out?
73 Bathroom safety for trans students significantly impacts their overall school security, self-esteem and grades
74 40-year study continues, produces new findings about child care
75 Teacher resignation letters paint bleak picture of US education
76 Why we prefer to be fired by an individual than by a committee
77 Participation in a weight management program reduces job absenteeism
78 New research shows large spillover from the lab to commercial activity
79 Expert helps map migration of air pollution risk to regions far from factories
80 Metal-organic framework sucks up water from air with humidity as low as 20 percent
81 New insights into 'ocean worlds' in our solar system
82 New 3-D printing method creates shape-shifting objects
83 Paleobiologist's latest discovery of Teleocrater rhadinus has overturned popular predictions
84 Broken bones, dangerous clots and sepsis all higher--though still rare--in those who were prescribed oral prednisone or other corticosteroids for 30 days or less
85 Tick tock, stay ahead of the aging clock
86 Racial bias begins earlier than previously thought, new insights into cause
87 Students learn more effectively between 11 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. than at other times of the day
88 Art of paper-cutting inspires self-charging paper device
89 Shoe-string theory: Science shows why shoelaces come untied
90 First 'image' of a dark matter web that connects galaxies
91 Tunable electric eyeglasses bend to the will of the wearer
92 Research in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys indicates that microbes are a source of organic material
93 World's first sustainable, industrial-scale agriculture began when crops became dependent on their ant farmers
94 Third individual saber-toothed cat was discovered in Schoningen
95 Elephants' 'body awareness' adds to increasing evidence of their intelligence
96 Early school starts pit teens in a conflict between society, biology
98 Similarities in partial fingerprints may be sufficient to trick biometric security systems on smartphones
99 Record new renewable power capacity added worldwide at lower cost
100 To eat or not to eat (before exercising): That is the question
101 You spy with your little eye, dogs can adopt the perspective of humans
102 Research shows having a dog early in life may alter gut bacteria in immune-boosting ways
103 Atmosphere detected around an Earth-like planet
104 Forget sponges: The earliest animals were marine jellies
105 Dietary potassium linked with lower blood pressure
106 Experiments test how easy life itself might be
107 'Smart' cephalopods trade off genome evolution for prolific RNA editing
108 Pokemon Go players are happier, friendlier, study finds
109 Womb lining grown in lab could reveal secrets of menstrual cycle and early pregnancy
110 Physicists probe exotic state of nuclear matter at Europe's LHC
111 Rock giants Pink Floyd honored in naming of newly discovered, bright pink pistol shrimp