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1 The Nagoya Protocol and Synthetic Biology Research: A Look at the Potential Impacts
2 Acupuncture effects on neuropathic pain: A study on signal pathways
3 Hot-air balloon rides--researchers advise, proceed with caution
4 Carnegie Mellon Study Suggests Repetition of Rare Events Could Reduce Screening Mistakes by Security Officers
5 Gene responsible for hereditary cancer syndrome found to disrupt critical growth-regulating pathway
6 Designer piercings: New membrane pores with DNA nanotechnology
7 Transmitting stress response patterns across generations
8 Gravity and the robot satellite attitude problem
9 The oldest ice core--Finding a 1.5 million-year record of Earth's climate
10 Study: Higher rates of diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and stroke found in food desert
11 Diamond Imperfections Pave the Way to Technology Gold
12 Three Years Post-Op Bariatric Surgery Patients See Big Benefits, Pitt Study Says
13 Ibuprofen no good in treating colds or sore throats
14 Why tumor cells go on dangerous tours
15 UCSB professor develops cutting-edge detector technology for astronomical observations
16 Wives matter more when it comes to calming down marital conflicts
17 Researchers gain new insights into brain neuronal networks
18 The nitrogen puzzle in the oceans
19 Brain aging is conclusively linked to genes
20 Pleasure and pain brain signals disrupted in fibromyalgia patients
21 Treadmill step training promotes motor function after incomplete spinal cord injury
22 New chemistry: Drawing and writing in liquid with light
23 Snakes control blood flow to aid vision
24 Mutations linked to breast cancer treatment resistance
25 Endometriosis risk linked to 2 pesticides
26 Brain structure in post-traumatic stress disorder
27 Study shows calm candidates perform better on tests used to screen job applicants
28 New computing model could lead to quicker advancements in medical research, according to Virginia Tech
29 US citizenship increases women's odds of receiving mammograms, cancer tests
30 Microbes in the gut help determine risk of tumors
31 Treadmill step training promotes motor function after incomplete spinal cord injury
32 New chemistry: Drawing and writing in liquid with light
33 Snakes control blood flow to aid vision
34 Mutations linked to breast cancer treatment resistance
35 Endometriosis risk linked to 2 pesticides
36 Brain structure in post-traumatic stress disorder
37 Study shows calm candidates perform better on tests used to screen job applicants
38 New computing model could lead to quicker advancements in medical research, according to Virginia Tech
39 US citizenship increases women's odds of receiving mammograms, cancer tests
40 Microbes in the gut help determine risk of tumors
41 Computer-aided image analysis aims to offer 'second opinion' in breast tumor diagnosis
42 Do You Want the Good News or the Bad News First?
43 Special issue of ESA Frontiers assesses the impacts of climate change on people and ecosystems, and strategies for adaptation
44 MU Researcher Finds Way to Reduce Unnecessary Lab Tests, Decrease Patient Costs by Modifying Software Design
45 Study: Access to health care increases prescription opioid availability and associated abuse
46 New heart valve shows high survival rates in study, Loyola researchers say
47 Study suggests clinicians' decision making could be affected by 'precious baby' phenomenon
48 Bad boys: Research predicts whether boys will grow out of it--or not
49 Dolphin genetic study provides revelations
50 Riboswitches in action
51 SCIENCE CHINA chemistry special topic: Extraction of uranium from seawater
52 Quantum 'sealed envelope' system enables 'perfectly secure' information storage
53 Richard Dawkins's honey and other high-profile airport confiscations
54 The dark side of psychology in abuse and interrogation
55 Music gives people a voice when words fail them at the end of their lives
56 Health Freaks--incompatible with the duties of a doctor?
57 China's smog reduction plan could add to water stress and boost emissions
58 The cheerleader effect: how you can look good in a group
59 Drugs legislation is hampering clinical research, warns David Nutt
60 Two billion planets in our galaxy may be suitable for life
61 India's Mars rocket Mangalyaan blasts off
62 Hopes of hepatitis C cure raised after antiviral drug treatment success
63 'Born-to-die': this device will self-destruct in 60 seconds
64 Alzheimer's study reveals new genes implicated in disease
65 Should I take statins?
66 Swaddling babies can cause them hip problems, doctors warn
67 Scientists voice fears over ethics of drug trials remaining unpublished
68 Prostate cancer deaths fall by a fifth in 20 years, says Cancer Research UK
69 Can a shot of humanities make doctors more humane?
70 Small animals perceive the world in slow-motion
71 The people who can see in pitch darkness
72 Meet The Guy Who Drove Across The U.S. In A Record 28 Hours 50 Minutes
73 This virtual 10-year-old-girl just outed 1,000 sexual predators
74 We may finally know why warm water freezes faster than cool water
75 Guess which of these identical twins is the smoker
76 Why are thousands of dolphins dying off the coast of Peru?
77 The 200-year-old mystery of Mercury's orbit--solved!
78 Deformed skulls discovered in 1,000-year-old Mexican cemetery
79 8 Things Marvel Got Wrong About Thor and Norse Mythology
80 This Rembrandt depicts the first Asian elephant described by science!
81 Why H is the most contentious letter in the alphabet
82 Exoplanet is built like Earth but much, much hotter
83 Dual-action drug shows promise against diabetes
84 United States to approve potent oral drugs for hepatitis C
85 Grant-giving freeze lifted at Texas cancer institute
86 US tallgrass prairie's microbial past revealed
87 Rift widens over structure of HIV's molecular anchor
88 Third time unlucky for Antarctic protection bid
89 T. rex grew beefier than museum fossils suggest
90 Linnaeus's Asian elephant was wrong species
91 Oil recovery may have triggered Texas tremors
92 Ice proved cool way to move stones for Forbidden City
93 Pathogen-research laws queried
94 Proteins help solve taxonomy riddle
95 X-rays top space agenda
96 US seismic array eyes its final frontier
97 Republicans put 'national interest' requirement on US science agency
98 India launches Mars-bound probe
99 Who is the best scientist of them all?
100 Climate change: Melting glaciers bring energy uncertainty
101 Environment: Waste production must peak this century
102 Astronomy: Southern star
103 Ecology: Lady of the lakes
104 Republicans put 'national interest' requirement on US science agency
105 RoboRoach cyborg kit: Cruel or educational?
106 'Godzilla' platypus: Twice as big as today's platypus
107 Milky Way may be brimming with Earth-sized, possibly habitable planets (+video)
108 King Tut apparently caught fire at some point after being mummified and sealed in his tomb, say researchers, suggesting that the boy pharaoh's burial was a bit of a rush job.
109 Rare cat species spotted in Borneo
110 A traffic jam in space? Space station set to host nine astronauts.
111 Antarctic ice core may disclose 1.5 million years of climate change
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