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1 Microsoft says buying GitHub for $7.5bn
2 Wireless system can power devices inside the body
3 Revolutionizing everyday products with artificial intelligence
4 Standard announced for braille displays across different operating systems and hardware
5 Arm's Cortex-A76 set to deliver performance uplifts with good battery life
6 G Plus driverless delivery vehicle to feature solid-state LiDAR tech
7 First of its kind emissions-free natural gas power plant undergoes first fire
8 Google won't use artificial intelligence for weapons
9 A Dallas company wants to use mind-reading technology to let the world hear nonverbal people's thoughts
10 Drone forensics gets a boost with new data on NIST website
11 Italy fines Ryanair for mass flight cancellations
12 France seeks to send 'signal' with mobile phone ban in schools
13 Youtube partly liable for breaches: Austrian court
14 Refund ordered for Austrian car buyer over Dieselgate
15 US, China reach $1.4 billion ZTE deal as signs emerge of trade talks progres
16 New report highlights how drones can be used for good of society
17 Airbnb says forced to cancel bookings under new Japan law
18 Auction of Brazil's pre-salt oil fields earns $807 million
19 Retrofitting roofs in Pennsylvania's Rust Belt
20 Connected cars can lie, posing a new threat to smart cities
21 Operations resume at underground US nuclear waste repository
22 Honda, GM to develop electric vehicle batteries together
23 Not read a book lately? Blame Netflix, says study
24 Magnetic fields could hold the key to star formation
25 Neutron stars cast light on quark matter
26 Researchers discover a system with three Earth-sized planets
27 How solar prominences vibrate
28 Minerology on Mars points to a cold and icy ancient climate
29 NASA finds ancient organic material, mysterious methane on Mars
30 Scientists solve lunar mystery with aid of missing moon tapes
31 More mystery objects detected near Milky Way's supermassive black hole
32 Chandra scouts nearest star system for possible hazard
33 NASA revises Juno's Jupiter mission
34 Juno solves 39-year old mystery of Jupiter lightning
35 How do you weigh a galaxy? Especially the one you're in?
36 Tumultuous galaxy mergers better at switching on black holes
37 New data-mining technique offers most-vivid picture of Martian mineralogy
38 Study explores options that optimize profit in broadband satellite constellations
39 As solar wind blows, our heliosphere balloons
40 New Horizons wakes for historic Kuiper Belt flyby
41 Astronomers observe huge flares on a young brown dwarf
42 Collisions of dead stars spray heavy elements throughout small galaxies
43 New crew blasts off for ISS
44 Data discrepancies may affect understanding of the universe
45 NASA chief in talks with companies about running ISS: report
46 Saturn found to have noontime auroras
47 Alien apocalypse: Can any civilization make it through climate change?
48 Mars Curiosity's labs are back in action
49 Soyuz capsule with 3 astronauts docks with space station
50 Crew from Germany, US, Russia board ISS
51 Geobiologist Roger Summons on finding organic matter on Mars
52 Rover detects ancient organic material on Mars--and it could be trace of past life
53 Parker Solar Probe will transport more than 1 million names to the sun
54 Researchers discover clusters of galaxies in the early universe
55 Dark inflation opens up a gravitational window on the first moments after the Big Bang
56 The Clarke exobelt, a method to search for possible extraterrestrial civilizations
57 20 years keeping an eye on R Aquarii
58 Image: ESTEC's new Galileo Payload Laboratory
59 What it takes to discover small rocks in space
60 Image: Tunguska devastation
61 Are there enough chemicals on icy worlds to support life?
62 Expedition measures solar motions seen during last summer's total solar eclipse
63 Theater club at NASA center gives scientists creative outlet
64 Wind satellite shows off
65 ICE Cubes space research service open for business
66 Majority of Americans believe it is essential that the US remain a global leader in space
67 Scientists find ordered magnetic patterns in disordered magnetic material
68 Researchers find evidence suggesting spin liquids in ferromagnets may be similar to dipole liquids in ferroelectrics
69 Physicists develop self-propelled droplets that can act as programmable micro-carriers
70 Is there an end to the periodic table? MSU professor explores its limits
71 New laser makes silicon 'sing'
72 When inertial frames of reference collide
73 A laser that tracks like a hound
74 Social media images of culture can predict economic trends in cities
75 Transparent, conductive films promising for developing flexible screens
76 New tools reveal prelude to chaos
77 Seeing the light? Study illuminates how quantum magnets mimic light
78 Imaging renders decayed texts visible once more
79 Transferring quantum information using sound
80 Blast from the past--First measurement of mono-energetic neutrinos
81 Physicists devise method to reveal how light affects materials
82 Quantum stopwatch stores time in a quantum memory
83 Detecting the birth and death of a phonon
84 Microbubbles delivered via gas embolotherapy could provide a vehicle for cutting off blood supply and delivering drugs
85 Cosmic voids and galaxy clusters could upend Einstein
86 Physicists use terahertz flashes to uncover state of matter hidden by superconductivity
87 Research could lead to more efficient electronics
88 NIST atomic clock comparison confirms key assumptions of 'Einstein's elevator'
89 Physicists catch light in the eye of the storm
90 Capturing light in a waveguide array
91 Researchers devise new way to make light interact with matter
92 Fluorescence microscopy gets the BAMM treatment
93 How birds fly in flocks
94 Study develops a model enhancing particle beam efficiency
95 New model sheds light on key physics of magnetic islands that halt fusion reactions
96 Hidden magnetism appears under hidden symmetry
97 Berkeley Lab paves the way for real-time ptychographic data streaming
98 New algorithm enhances ptychographic image reconstruction
99 Researchers achieve 3-D underwater acoustic carpet cloak with 'Black Panther'-like features
100 Who gets their mass from the Higgs?
101 NOvA experiment sees strong evidence for antineutrino oscillation
102 Spooky quantum particle pairs fly like weird curveballs
103 Compact 3-D quantum memory addresses long-standing tradeoff
104 New particle accelerators will probe how charged particles assume a new identity, or change 'flavor'
105 Researchers aid groundbreaking test of serial crystallography technique
106 Scientists studying nuclear spin make a surprising discovery
107 Thermal spin currents confirmed in both space and time
108 Designer materials with completely random structures might enable quantum computing
109 Seeing all the colors of the plasma wind
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