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1 Conservation costs can be higher than bargained for
2 New 4-D printer could reshape the world we live in
3 Make way for the mini flying machines
4 Banana plant extract could be key to creamier, longer lasting ice cream
5 The perfect shot of espresso every time with chemistry
6 Elephant and cow manure for making paper sustainably
7 Protein nutrition for cells and organisms: Can we use it to treat diseases?
8 Microorganisms can escape from a dead end by swimming
9 Which piece resembles your color perception for #theDress image?
10 The bassoon causing new brain disorder
11 Study supports biomarker assay for emergency department diagnosis of acute heart failure
12 Waterbirds affected by low water, high salt levels in lakes
13 Rate of hip replacement revision surgery declines in all age groups--except middle age
14 Study finds direct evidence of exposure of pregnant women to herbicide ingredient
15 In a severe childhood neurodegeneration, novel mechanism found
16 Researchers use light to turn yeast into biochemical factories
17 Jaguars and well-managed logging concessions can coexist, say conservationists
18 For graphite pellets, just add elbow grease
19 Obesity surgery linked to positive outcomes in very obese teens with diabetes
20 Two-billion-year-old salt rock reveals rise of oxygen in ancient atmosphere
21 Antimicrobial used in toiletries could become option against malaria
22 AI tool promotes positive peer groups to tackle substance abuse
23 Home genetic tests should be interpreted by experts
24 Deep impact: Deep-sea wildlife more vulnerable to extinction than first thought
25 Hubble solves cosmic 'whodunit' with interstellar forensics
26 A wearable system to monitor the stomach's activity throughout the day
27 PSU study: Kids from wealthier families feel more control over lives
28 Bacteria eats greenhouse gas with a side of protein
29 Why hospital staff sympathize with patients who self-discharge
30 Military surgeons report 'alarming frequency' of bench press injuries
31 Sagging confidence can lead to more self-interested behaviour--or less.
32 Eating pecans had significant effect on biomarkers of heart disease and type 2 diabetes
33 Unique communication strategy discovered in stem cell pathway controlling plant growth
34 High GPA could work against young women job hunters
35 Study finds medical students receive little formal instruction in radiation oncology
36 How reciprocity can magnify inequality
37 Nutrient-deficient diet a key Type 2 diabetes contributor for South Asians living in US
38 NIH scientists say advanced vaccines could limit future outbreaks
39 Measurement chip detects Legionella
40 Designing a new material for improved ultrasound
41 Physical disability boosts parenting effort, beetles study shows
42 Probing RNA epigenetics and chromatin structures to predict drug resistance in leukemia
43 Men should be included in trials to find better treatments for breast cancer
44 The efficiency of nature-inspired metaheuristics in limited-budget expensive global optimization
45 Harvard scientists ask 'what is the point?' in challenge to acupuncture researchers
46 Breakthrough in photonic biosensors could lead to super-accurate diagnostics and detectors
47 Earwigs and the art of origami
48 Researchers use 3-D printing to create metallic glass alloys
49 Signalling study sheds light on conditions from alopecia to cancer
50 Health check can spot psychologically vulnerable persons
51 The universal language of hormones
52 Scientists explored the structure of the key region of 'immortality and aging' enzyme
53 Stopping exercise can increase symptoms of depression
54 Novel genomics tool enables more accurate identification of rare mutations in cancer cells
55 Skilled female potters travelled around the Baltic nearly 5000 years ago
56 Generation of a stable biradical
57 More than 2,500 cancer cases a week could be avoided
58 High-energy ions' movement affected by silicon crystal periodicity
59 Gut bacteria can mean life or death for birds
60 When the Mediteranean Sea flooded human settlements
61 MSU-based scientists dedicated the birth of a new black hole to Stephen Hawking
62 Children with physical disabilities are at higher risk of poor mental health
63 North and south cooperation to combat tuberculosis
64 Indian rural women late in seeking breast cancer care
65 Obesity surgery prevents severe chronic kidney disease and kidney failure
66 New study highlights unique state of 'restful alertness' during Transcendental Meditation
67 Discovery offers hope for improving physical performance as we age
68 Antioxidants and amino acids could play role in the treatment of psychosis
69 Plants really do feed their friends
70 Gene-based test for urine detects, monitors bladder cancer
71 Trouble hearing? It could increase your risk of an injury
72 Pap test fluids used in gene-based screening test for two gyn cancers
73 Gulf of Mexico dead zone not expected to shrink anytime soon
74 Researchers examine role of fluid flow in ovarian cancer progression
75 In field tests, device harvests water from desert air
76 Three-in-one molecule shows promise in helping certain breast cancer patients
77 Scientists identify potential drug target in blood-feeding hookworms
78 Sex differences and organ transplant rejection
79 An integrated workflow for interaction proteomics--as versatile as the Swiss Army Knife
80 Researchers identify compound to prevent breast cancer cells from activating in brain
81 UNH researchers find landscape ridges may hold clues about ice age and climate change
82 Antioxidants and amino acids could play role in the treatment of psychosis
83 Wood pellets: Renewable, but not carbon neutral
84 Ships in the English Channel have highest rate of sulphur violations in northern Europe
85 Care home admissions risk breaching human rights of older people
86 Attacking lymphoma at the source
87 Is hearing loss associated with increased risk of accidental injury?
88 Women report fewer adverse side effects from partial or reduced breast radiotherapy
89 Low risk of a local recurrence 5 years after surgery for early breast cancer patients
90 Fewer breast cancer patients need radical surgery if they are pre-treated with targeted drugs
91 Golden touch: Next-gen optical disk to solve data storage challenge
92 Once-mysterious 'Atacama Skeleton' illuminates genetics of bone disease
93 Long thought to only cause a rare disease, this mutation may ward off malaria
94 Being hungry shuts off perception of chronic pain
95 Hidden variation
96 Sulfur amino acid restriction diet triggers new blood vessel formation in mice
97 Millions of Americans seek and find illicit marijuana online
98 Does genome sequencing increase downstream costs?
99 Gut bacteria determine speed of tumor growth in pancreatic cancer
100 Oral microbiome and anthropometry changes following caries arrest using silver-nitrate/fluoride-varnish
101 Growth factor gradients in migration-permissive hydrogels for salivary gland assembly
102 Study suggests method to boost growth of blood vessels and muscle
103 Whether sustained or sporadic, exercise offers same reductions in death risk
104 Toward precision medicine: First comprehensive look at human retinal cell diversity
105 Antibiotics often inappropriately prescribed for hospitalized kids, global study suggests
106 One in 10 people have traces of cocaine or heroin on their fingerprints
107 Rival competition makes ant sperm better swimmers
108 Metagenomics of early childhood oral health and early childhood caries
109 Effects of periodontitis on the colon microbiome
110 The subgingival virome in periodontal health and disease
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