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1 New material could save time and money in medical imaging and environmental remediation
2 Computer game helps scientists understand animal camouflage
3 Green IT: New switching process in non-volatile spintronics devices
4 Next 10 years critical for achieving climate change goals
5 Policymakers 'flying blind' into the future of work
6 Could New York neighborhood noise be good for poor residents?
7 Device pulls water from dry air, powered only by the sun
8 99-million-year-old termite-loving thieves caught in Burmese amber
9 Cancer occurrence among African-born blacks differs substantially from US-born blacks
10 Harnessing CRISPR for rapid detection of viral and bacterial infection
11 AI systems exhibit gender and racial biases when learning language
12 Hunting by humans significantly reduces bird and mammal populations
13 Cassini detects hydrothermal processes on one of Saturn's moons
14 When it comes to your profile picture, let a stranger do the choosing
15 Can unemployment increase stroke risk?
16 'Bad' air may impact 'good' cholesterol increasing heart disease risk
17 New infrared-emitting device could allow energy harvesting from waste heat
18 Unveiling how nucleosome repositioning occurs to shed light on genetic diseases
19 Study discovers fundamental unit of cell size in bacteria
20 Kidney disease is a major cause of cardiovascular deaths
21 Drinking iced tea may boost cholera risk in endemic countries
22 With magnetic map, young eels catch a 'free ride' to Europe
23 A battery prototype powered by atmospheric nitrogen
24 Hunting accounts for 83 and 58 percent declines in tropical mammal and bird populations
25 25 is 'golden age' for the ability to make random choices
26 Gonorrhea manipulates an anti-infection mechanism in the female reproductive tract
27 4-D printing gets simpler and faster
28 Annotated photos highlight long-term international collaboration in atmospheric sciences
29 Lab on a chip designed to minimize preterm births
30 Researchers discover Moabosaurus in Utah's 'gold mine'
31 Nanopores could map small changes in DNA that signal big shifts in cancer
32 Human cognitive map scales according to surroundings
33 SLU heart failure expert pens editorial for New England Journal of Medicine
34 Gene-editing alternative corrects Duchenne muscular dystrophy
35 Smartphone addiction leads to personal, social, workplace problems
36 Aspirin therapy may not help patients with peripheral vascular disease, researchers find
37 Scientists discover fossil of dinosaur ancestor with surprising croc-like appearance
38 Naren Vyavahare receives $1.47 million from NIH for nanoparticle research
39 Researchers release first chemical map of dyes from historic dye library
40 Study finds Pokemon Go players are happier, friendlier
41 New method for 3-D printing extraterrestrial materials
42 Researchers track fish migration by testing DNA in seawater
43 Common factor links neurodegenerative disease in young and old
44 A simple sniff [nanodrug to brain delivered nasally]
45 New night lights maps open up possible real-time applications
46 Adolescents with frequent PE more informed about physical activity's role in health
47 Predicting a patient's future firearm violence risk in the emergency department
48 New research finds substantial increase in CVI procedures in medicare population
49 Ethics study: Inconsistent state laws may complicate medical decision-making
50 Tick tock, stay ahead of the aging clock!
51 Prescribed fires consume Kansas landscape
52 Surprising brain change appears to drive alcohol dependence
53 NIH scientists advance understanding of herpesvirus infection
54 Surprisingly long lifetime of high adhesion property of plasma-treated PTFE
55 Tool for checking complex computer architectures reveals flaws in emerging design
56 Report reveals prevalence of sexual assault in nursing homes
57 New imaging technique shows effectiveness of cystic fibrosis drug
58 New lettuce genome assembly offers clues to success of huge plant family
59 On-the-range detection technology could corral bovine TB
60 Research suggests potential therapy to prevent 'chemobrain' in cancer patients
61 New report on how to improve speed, effectiveness of clinical trials during an epidemic
62 ALMA investigates 'DeeDee,' a distant, dim member of our solar system
63 NSU researchers studying how to disrupt bacteria to better treat infections
64 Look to lactate to help predict ill cats' prognoses, Penn Vet study says
65 Developing a microinsurance plan for California earthquakes
66 Researchers seek new ways to improve earthquake risk communications
67 Genetics of first-cousin marriage families show how some are protected from heart disease
68 Oklahoma is laboratory for research on human-induced earthquakes
69 Seismologists offer detailed look at New Zealand's Kaikoura earthquake
70 Anticipating hazards from fracking-induced earthquakes in Canada and US
71 How some battery materials expand without cracking
72 Classifying English proficiency varies by district, with mixed outcomes for students
73 Vitamin B diminishes effects of air pollution-induced cardiovascular disease
74 Struggling with different work identities? Your work may suffer
75 Study of sleep apps finds room for improvement
76 Minneapolis study finds most major heart attacks occur in people with normal cholesterol
77 Are wolves becoming domesticated again?
78 Waterloo researchers capture first image of a dark matter web that connects galaxies
79 Researchers find mushrooms may hold clues to effect of carbon dioxide on lawns
80 US scientific research enterprise should take action to protect integrity in research
81 Polar glaciers may be home to previously undiscovered carbon cycle
82 NIH study of Ebola patient traces disease progression and recovery
83 Researchers reveal developmental mechanisms behind rare bone marrow disorder
84 Potential new applications stem from controlling particles' spin configurations
85 The most accurate measurement of rare meson decay confirms modern physics
86 UM-Palmitoylethanolamide can slow down Parkinson's disease
87 Mapping food color regulations in the EU and the US
88 Silk clothing offers no benefit for children with eczema, study finds
89 A whiff of warning at the pool
90 Is there something up with stinky inflatable pool toys?
91 Algal residue--an alternative carbon resource for pharmaceuticals and polyesters
92 UBC researchers connect common fats to a lazy lifestyle and diabetes
93 Gene silencing shows promise for treating 2 fatal neurological disorders
94 Early school starts pit teens in a conflict between society, biology
95 Hot flashes could signal increased risk of heart disease
96 The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Post-SARS, infection rates in China have steadied, but fast-growing and common infections now need attention
97 Ethics study: Inconsistent state laws may complicate medical decision-making
98 Proof that magnesium could prevent fractures
99 How polar bears find their prey
100 Elephants' 'body awareness' adds to increasing evidence of their intelligence
101 Targeting blood vessels to improve cancer immunotherapy
102 Retraining the brain to see after stroke
103 Mayo, ASU program helps mothers in medical professions lower stress and beat burnout
104 Why treating animals may be important in fighting resurgent tropical disease
105 Tackling Ebola, from supportive care to vaccines in clinical development
106 More than $16 billion spent on cosmetic plastic surgery
107 More than a 'gut feeling' on cause of age-associated inflammation
108 New, persistent opioid use common after surgery
109 Restrictions on trans-fatty acid consumption associated with decrease in hospitalization for heart attack
110 A big-picture look at the world's worst Ebola epidemic