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1 Incremental discovery may one day lead to photosynthetic breakthrough
2 Possible early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
3 Solving a sweet problem for renewable biofuels and chemicals
4 ACP Applauds House for Passage of Multifaceted Approach to Medical Liability Reform
5 A perturbed skin microbiome can be 'contagious' and promote inflammation, Penn study finds
6 Even perfectly clean hands can lead to MRSA transmission in NICU babies
7 Discovering the early age immune response in foals
8 Car seat laws for older kids have limited impact
9 Researchers ID new mechanism for keeping DNA protein in line
10 New method could enable more stable and scalable quantum computing, Penn physicists report
11 Why does acupuncture work?
12 Researchers demonstrate new firewall that protects cellphones from security threat
13 AGU, SSA reaffirm position statement on the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty
14 Researchers find link between food allergies and childhood anxiety
15 People lived in chilly Andean highlands year-round over 7,000 years ago
16 Dialysis membrane made from graphene filters more quickly
17 Wildlife of northern Central African Republic in danger
18 Live-pig markets and traders could provide insight to controlling African swine fever
19 Exciting new material uses solar energy to remove man-made dye pollutants from water
20 Mitochondria-targeted antioxidant SkQ1 helps to treat diabetic wounds
21 More milkweeds located throughout the landscape can help conserve monarchs
22 Bright thinking leads to breakthrough in nuclear threat detection science
23 New anesthesia dosing models may increase safety of remifentanil for obese patients and children
24 Scientists find mechanism behind precise spinal cord development
25 Penn collaboration produces surprising insights into the properties of butterfly wings
26 3-D-printed implants can improve integration of amputee prosthetic devices with bone
27 Camera-trap research paves the way for global monitoring networks
28 OSC data processing helps uncover the impact of loan forgiveness programs
29 Variation at a central metabolic gene influences male fruit fly lifespan
30 Success with first 20 patients undergoing minimally invasive pancreatic transplant surgery
31 Is this the long-sought answer to the question of tropical biodiversity?
32 Does carrying extra weight offer better survival following a stroke?
33 The sharpest laser in the world
34 The Statue of Liberty's true colors (video)
35 Immersive journalism in a post-truth world
36 Researchers refute textbook knowledge in molecular interactions
37 Scientists move closer to defeating 'superbugs' with simplified forms of teixobactin
38 Surprisingly exact timing of voluntary movements
39 Bumble bees make a beeline for larger flowers
40 A wave's 'sweet spot' revealed
41 Understanding the epidemiology of sarcopenia throughout the lifecourse
42 Scientists make giant molecular cages for energy conversion and drug delivery
43 Eighty-five percent of Spanish children eat too much salt
44 Ryanair random seat allocation is not so random says Oxford University expert
45 New study examines effectiveness of labor induction in India
46 Oceans are warming rapidly, study says
47 Are people 'rolling the dice' when it comes to food safety?
48 Scientists investigate link between air pollution and type 2 diabetes
49 One step closer to a DNA vaccine against dengue virus
50 Lung cancer screening could save money as well as lives, research shows
51 University of Surrey's research reveals secrets of success of tourism entrepreneurs
52 Cocoa and chocolate are not just treats--they are good for your cognition
53 Social status of listener alters our voice
54 New avenue for the large-scale synthesis of 'God' Janus particles
55 Exploiting acidic tumor microenvironment for the development of novel cancer nano-theranostics
56 Promising new therapeutic approach for debilitating bone disease
57 Osaka University researchers push metals to their limits
58 Pain neuron may protect fungal inflammation and bone destruction
59 Serious pain afflicts a third of nursing home residents in last 6 months of life
60 Common antimicrobials help patients recover from MRSA abscesses
61 Treating lymphatic fluid leaks improves protein loss in patients with single-ventricle heart disease
62 Banned chemicals pass through umbilical cord from mother to baby, research finds
63 Newly identified small RNA fragments defend the genome when it's 'naked'
64 Bringing CRISPR into focus
65 Cellulosic biofuels can benefit the environment if managed correctly
66 Hydrogen peroxide protects plants against sun damage
67 New research identifies key mechanism behind some deafness
68 New opioid use in older adults with COPD associated with increased risk of cardiac death
69 University of Leicester develops pioneering X-ray technique to analyze ancient artifacts
70 A new ribosomal biogenesis regulation point to treat cancer and 5q-syndrome
71 Confusion over symptoms may be affecting whether women take tamoxifen for breast cancer
72 Test identifies breast cancer patients with lowest risk of death
73 Bullying and bias can cost schools millions in lost funding
74 Research suggests association between gut bacteria and emotion
75 Cancer researchers overestimate reproducibility of preclinical studies
76 Study shows high pregnancy failure, nutritional stress in southern resident killer whales
77 New technique enables safer gene-editing therapy using CRISPR
78 Controlling a single brain chemical may help expand window for learning language and music
80 Study examines palliative care trends in patients with end-stage liver disease
81 Field tests show sustained neonicotinoid exposure negatively affects bees
82 Depression linked to physical health decline in cancer caregivers
83 First pan-European field study shows neonicotinoid pesticides harm honeybees and wild bees
84 Who is responsible if a brain-controlled robot drops a baby?
85 Ancient viral 'fossils' reveal evolutionary mechanisms
86 UCI: Earth is losing its fire power
87 Global forest network cracks the case of tropical biodiversity
88 Future-proofing 'big data' biological research depends on good digital identifiers
89 Exposure to neonics results in early death for honeybee workers and queens, York U study
90 Study: Climate change damages US economy, increases inequality
91 Genetic 'fossils' reveal long-term viral partnerships in grass
92 Catheters linked to most bloodstream infections in dialysis patients
93 Most modern horses are descendants of recently imported oriental stallions
94 Genetic evidence from the South Caucasus region shows surprising long-term stability
95 Ancient South Carolina whale yields secrets to filter feeding's origins
96 Elephantiasis on the decline in Cameroon
97 Cancer researchers overestimate reproducibility of preclinical studies
98 Biomechanical acoustics study sheds light on running injuries
99 Acoustic scientist sounds off about the location of cave paintings
100 Gene networks dictate plants' responses to cold, stress
101 UM tesearch: Slow-growing ponderosas survive mountain pine beetle outbreaks
102 Revitalizing Detroit requires development of specific neighborhoods
103 NSF-funded researchers demonstrate advanced network applications.
104 How family and friends influence breast cancer treatment decisions
105 Decrease in lead exposure in early childhood significantly responsible for drop in crime rate
106 Johns Hopkins scientists develop super-strong metal for next tech frontier
107 What's on your skin? Archaea, that's what
108 UA researcher paves way for promising treatment for hot flashes
109 Mildly obese fare better after major heart attack
110 Bacteria-coated nanofiber electrodes clean pollutants in wastewater