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1 New genomics tool CITE-Seq enables large-scale multidimensional analysis of single cells
2 Into a competitive world, guppies are born not just bigger, but more mature
3 How camouflaged birds decide where to blend in
4 Rare whole genome duplication during spider evolution could reveal more about animal diversification
5 Why plants represent 'untapped potential' for innovative drug discovery
6 Scientists develop ranking system to scale the impact of alien species
7 Editing human embryos with CRISPR is moving ahead--now's the time to work out the ethics
8 Interactive protein posttranslational modifications regulate stress responses
9 Protecting plants from the power of sunlight
10 Researchers discover how human cells maintain the correct number of chromosomes
11 Sleep or sex? How the fruit fly decides
12 DNA links male, female butterfly thought to be distinct species
13 Which type of cell to become: Decision through indecision
14 A new picture emerges on the origins of photosynthesis in a sun-loving bacteria
15 Scientists solve longstanding biological mystery of DNA organization
16 Secrets of the amazing tardigrades revealed by their DNA
17 In US first, scientists edit genes of human embryos (Update)
18 What fly guts could reveal about our health
19 Present-day Lebanese descend from Biblical Canaanites, genetic study suggests
20 Lab-created mini-brains reveal how growing organ maintains neuronal balance
21 Hostage situation or harmony? Researchers rethink symbiosis
22 Grown-up gannets find favorite fishing grounds
23 Malaria already endemic in the Mediterranean by the Roman period
24 Researchers use carrion flies to survey tropical forest mammals
25 Leaf beetles: Even a tiny dose of pesticide will impair reproduction
26 Yellowstone grizzlies removed from threatened species list
27 Improving habitats for bats
28 The new yellow sea snake assumes an unusual ambush posture
29 How the search for mythical monsters can help conservation in the real world
30 Research models spread of disease through aquatic communities
31 Bryde's whales share secrets with their fins
32 Pig-hunting dogs and humans are at risk of a disease that can cause miscarriages and infertility
33 Snakebites are rarer than you think, but CPR can save your life
34 Researchers re-classify mistaken-identity mushrooms
35 For bacteria, smaller is better for causing superbug infections
36 Scientists determine algae biofuel composition
37 What does trophy hunting contribute to wild lion conservation?
38 An evolutionary breakpoint in cell division
39 New and novel technologies successfully demonstrated in soilborne disease study
40 Using science to combat illegal wildlife trade
41 Ancient biology meets modern ingenuity
42 Bubbles help new catalysts self-optimize
43 Scientists watch 'artificial atoms' assemble into perfect lattices with many uses
44 Researchers pioneer greener way to create interwoven polymers with blue light
45 Computer models provide new understanding of sickle cell disease
46 New light-activated catalyst grabs CO2 to make ingredients for fuel
47 Scientists reel in structure of salmon virus
48 Sticky when wet: Strong adhesive for wound healing
49 Effects of a major drug target regulated through molecular 'codes'
50 Chemists deduce the correct structure of the a and B baulamycins
51 Seeing more with PET scans: Surprising new mechanism for attaching chemical tracers discovered
52 Atomic movies may help explain why perovskite solar cells are more efficient
53 Scientists uncover a hidden calcium cholesterol connection
54 Scientists produce robust catalyst to split water into hydrogen, oxygen
55 Researcher turning dirty tinfoil into biofuel catalyst
56 Researchers develop DNA sunscreen that gets better the longer you wear it
57 New research reveals potential for synthetic materials systems that can 'count' and sense their size
58 Scientists develop fast chemistry that unlocks a new class of polymers
59 Revealing the structure of an elusive quality control enzyme
60 Hydrogel-based capsules could expand and reside in the GI tract for days, slowly releasing medication
61 Scientists enlist baker's yeast in a hunt for new medicines
62 Escherichia coli bacteria hijack copper, feed off it
63 A toolbox for creating new drugs
64 Name that scotch: Colorimetric recognition of aldehydes and ketones
65 Bioinformatics computer programs help biologists understand intrinsically disordered proteins
66 Genetically engineered yeast soak up heavy metal pollution
67 Making clothes from milk
68 Nature provides a key to repelling liquids
69 Flavor scientists create a lexicon of terms to describe nuances of rum
70 Team manufactures magnets entirely from US-sourced rare earths
71 Chemists build new chemical structures on unreactive bonds
72 On-chip pumps achieve high-speed sorting of large cells
73 A hybrid material to spot organic contaminants in the atmosphere
74 Biochemists link synthetic compound to hunger-hormone production
75 High-speed FM-AFM and simulation reveal atomistic dissolution processes of calcite in water
76 Regulation of two-dimensional nanomaterials for lithium-ion batteries
77 Physicists gain new insights into nanosystems with spherical confinement
78 Cooling curtain made of a porous triple-layer membrane--alternative to electrically powered air conditioning
79 Neutrons peer into a running engine
80 Longer-lasting fragrance is just a shampoo away, thanks to peptides
81 In longitudinal studies, dried blood spot samples have a role to play
82 New law could shore up US helium supply
83 Open-source software rapidly processes spectral data, accurately identifies and quantifies lipid species
84 Scientists equip chemical sensors with 'traps' to detect toxic substances
85 Biofeedback technology helping improve balance in Parkinson's patients
86 Europe battles Google News over 'snippet tax' proposal
87 Watch out Messi, here come the footballers at RoboCup
88 Making animated characters jump just got easier
89 Design method helps animated characters gain physical form
90 Mainstream Model 3 holds promise--and peril--for Tesla
91 Seeing the light: Researchers seek to improve solar cell technology using new materials and nanowires
92 Berlin orders recall of 22,000 Porsches over emissions cheating (Update)
93 World gears up for electric cars despite bumps in road
94 Researchers make augmented reality a group experience
95 Adobe bidding Flash farewell in 2020
96 Musk, Zuckerberg duel over artificial intelligence
97 Microsoft Paint brushed aside
98 Target 'best connected neighbors' to stop spread of infection in developing countries
99 Robot finds possible melted fuel inside Fukushima reactor
100 UK to tighten rules on drones after near-misses with planes
101 Hyperloop or hyperbole? Musk promises NY-DC run in 29 mins
102 Google, EU dig in for long war
103 3-D printing sweeps toy manufacturing off the shelves
104 Strengthening 3-D printed parts for real-world use
105 Swimming robot probes Fukushima reactor to find melted fuel
106 Microsoft cloud to help Baidu self-driving car effort
107 Making lab equipment on the cheap
108 Robot can inspect water or gas pipes from the inside to find leaks long before they become catastrophic
109 Japanese engineers develop headset-less VR system
110 HBO programming stolen in cyberattack
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