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1 LED nets reduce turtle bycatch
2 Type 2 diabetes increases elderly disability
3 Massive black holes sidle up to other galaxies
4 Arctic methane 'time bomb' could have huge economic costs
5 Ultra-rare decay confirmed in LHC
6 UK team designs human mission to Mars
7 UK forests still feeling the impacts of 1976 drought
8 New species of super-strong 'Hero Shrew' discovered
9 Bird flocks black out Australia town
10 How are aeroplanes getting quieter?
11 Egyptian army chief calls for street protests
12 Snowden 'allowed to leave airport'
13 Royal baby: 'Thrilled' Queen visits great-grandson
14 Obama speech to urge 'refocus' on economy
15 India deadly meal: Head teacher Meena Kumari arrested
16 The bitter battle over Alaska's salmon
17 Royal baby: The American mistake
18 Brazil's new generation of Thalidomide babies
19 Hackers use Android 'master key' exploit in China
20 How to save civilisation in a single room
21 Pope Francis holds first Mass at Brazilian shrine
22 Living in: Great cities for outdoor adventures
23 Belarus internet infested with spammers
24 Police number plate camera scheme broke law in Royston
25 Net block MP Claire Perry in spat over porn hack
26 Lakeland resets passwords after security breach
27 Tango chat app hacked claims Syrian Electronic Army
28 Apple's profit beats estimates as iPhone sales surge
29 Samsung reveals new Exynos smartphone and tablet chip
30 White House attacks plans to curb NSA data collection
31 Diabetes 'linked to disability risk'
32 UK rejects meningitis B vaccine
33 FDA says menthol smokes 'worse' than normal cigarettes
34 Nelson Mandela improvement 'sustained'
35 'Oldest woman' in the World dies aged 115
36 Why are we still using electroconvulsive therapy?
37 Influencing China's healthcare industry
38 Putting a price on life--meningitis B vaccine refused
39 Moldova: Construction drills 'used for surgery'
40 Alan Partridge Alpha Papa: Norwich homecoming for fictional DJ
41 Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani faces extradition
42 Jane Austen to be face of the Bank of England 10 pounds note
43 River Wear deaths: Girl died trying to save friend
44 No parole for Pussy Riot woman Maria Alyokhina
45 Loss of African woodland may impact on climate, study shows
46 Most flammable boreal forests in North America become more so
47 Bees 'betray' their flowers when pollinator species decline
48 To savor the flavor, perform a short ritual first
49 Major global analysis offers hope for saving the wild side of staple food crops
50 Health risks from arsenic in rice exposed
51 From obscurity to dominance: Tracking the rapid evolutionary rise of ray-finned fish
52 Declining sea ice strands baby harp seals
53 Climate Forecasts Shown to Warn of Crop Failures
54 Rapid upper ocean warming linked to declining aerosols
55 Tropical ecosystems regulate variations in Earth's carbon dioxide levels
56 Researchers unravel secrets of mussels' clinginess
57 Populations of grassland butterflies decline almost 50% over two decades
58 MU, K-State research team collaborate to save the bacon
59 Bee Faithful? Plant-Pollinator Relationships Compromised When Bee Species Decline
60 Male guppies ensure successful mating with genital claws
61 New study shows inbreeding in winter flounder in Long Island's bays
62 Study investigates extraordinary trout with tolerance to heavily polluted water
63 University of Alberta scientists get dirty at the Robson Glacier
64 Dark chocolate lovers show higher tolerance for bitterness in chocolate ice cream
65 Deserts 'greening' from rising CO2
66 Egyptian leader makes surprise appearance at archaeological dig in Israel
67 Oldest use of flowers in grave lining
68 Inscription from time of David & Solomon found near Temple Mount in Hebrew University excavation
69 Discovery of stone monument at El Peru-Waka' adds new chapter to ancient Maya history
70 Oldest European fort in the inland US discovered in Appalachians
71 Scientists discover new variability in iron supply to the oceans with climate implications
72 It's not just the heat--it's the ozone: Study highlights hidden dangers
73 Stanford expert says Internet's backbone can readily be made more sustainable
74 Current efforts will not save the world's most endangered cat
75 Carnegie Mellon-Developed Chemicals That Break Down Water Contaminants Pass Safety Test
76 Ancient ice melt unearthed in Antarctic mud
77 New study finds "nighttime heat waves" increasing in Pacific Northwest
78 Atmospheric rivers set to increase UK winter flooding
79 Ancient snowfall likely carved Martian valleys
80 Coastal Antarctic permafrost melting faster than expected
81 Shifting patterns of temperature volatility in the climate system
82 Cost of Arctic methane release could be 'size of global economy' warn experts
83 Wave of blue fluorescence reveals pathway of death in worms
84 Keeping centrioles in check to ensure proper cell division
85 Researchers reveal the clearest new pictures of immune cells
86 Genome mapping of oil palm poised to improve yields, protect rainforest
87 New study refutes existence and clinical potential of very small embryonic-like stem cells
88 A novel screening method makes it easier to diagnose and treat children with autism
89 Neural simulations hint at the origin of brain waves
90 Heading for regeneration
91 Want to stick with your diet? Better have someone hide the chocolate
92 Full genome map of oil palm indicates a way to raise yields and protect rainforest
93 Key molecular pathways leading to Alzheimer's identified
94 Nature: Watching Molecule Movements in Live Cells
95 An evolutionary compromise for long tooth preservation
96 A quick test for the Black Death
97 New study reveals dangers to biological diversity from global cashmere garment industry
98 Pressurized virus blasts its infectious DNA into human cells
99 First human tests of new biosensor that warns when athletes are about to 'hit the wall'
100 Carnegie Mellon Biophysicist Alex Evilevitch Obtains First Experimental Evidence of Internal Pressure Inside Herpes Virus
101 Unattractive people more likely to be bullied at work, new Notre Dame study shows
102 Singing helps students tune into a foreign language, study shows
103 PNAS: Evolutionary changes could aid fisheries
104 Graphene 'onion rings' have delicious potential
105 A constitutional right to health care
106 All-male physics departments are not proof of bias against hiring women, suggests new AIP study
107 Disney researchers use encoded audio signals to provide 'second screen' experiences at most venues
108 Black Bears Return to Missouri Indicates Healthy Forests, say MU Biologists
109 Researchers describe potential for MERS coronavirus to spread internationally
110 Migration for more money does not bring more happiness
111 Scientists identify key to learning new words
112 Why superstition-rich baseball playoff fans aren't loyal to a brand
113 When College Diversity Delivers Benefits: UMD Study
114 Survey assesses views of physicians regarding controlling health care costs
115 Loopholes in health care law could result in employee harassment
116 Cognitive performance of adolescent girls who walk to school is better than that of girls who travel by bus or car
117 Trust in physician eases talks about medical expenses
118 A magnetic pen for smartphones adds another level of conveniences
119 Study explains why Africans may be more susceptible to tuberculosis
120 Ancient technology for metal coatings 2,000 years ago can't be matched even today
121 Medicare Spending Rates Based on Regional Cost Variations Unlikely to Improve Health Care, Says New IOM Report
122 Wave of blue fluorescence reveals pathway of death in worms
123 Researchers develop new approach for studying deadly brain cancer
124 Perfecting digital imaging
125 Protons hop from one water molecule to another given suitable energy conditions
126 Purple bacteria on Earth could survive alien light
127 New species of Hero Shrew found in equatorial Africa
128 Starburst to star bust
129 Starburst wind keeps galaxies 'thin'
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131 New NIST nanoscale indenter takes novel approach to measuring surface properties
132 Univ. of MD finds that marijuana use in adolescence may cause permanent brain abnormalities
133 NYU-Poly Nano Scientists Reach the Holy Grail in Label-Free Cancer Marker Detection: Single Molecules
134 Improving medicine acceptance in kids: A matter of taste
135 Shedding New Light on the Brightest Objects in the Universe
136 Greening of the Earth pushed way back in time
137 Sea level rise: New iceberg theory points to areas at risk of rapid disintegration
138 Geochemical 'fingerprints' leave evidence that megafloods eroded steep gorge
139 Evolution picks up hitchhikers
140 Harvesting electricity from the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide
141 Devastating long-distance impact of earthquakes
142 Western-led 'international beam team' solves Martian meteorite age puzzle
143 Mathematical models target disease with drugs chosen by your DNA
144 Eye-tracking could outshine passwords if made user-friendly
145 Educators Explore Innovative "Theater" as a Way to Learn Physics
146 Disney researchers reconstruct detailed 3D scenes from hundreds of high-resolution 2D images
147 Disney researchers create computer models that capture style and process of portrait artists
148 6 months of computing time generates detailed portrait of cloth behavior
149 Johns Hopkins researchers reveal genetic glitch at the root of allergies
150 Stanford scientists unable to find evidence of 'embryonic-like' cells in marrow of adult mice
151 New stem cell gene therapy gives hope to prevent inherited neurological disease
152 Does the dangerous new Middle East coronavirus have an African origin?
153 How Do Babies Learn to Be Wary of Heights?
154 Novel gene target shows promise for bladder cancer detection and treatment
155 Record incidence of hantavirus disease
156 High rate of early delirium after surgery in older adults
157 Patient warming systems may affect ventilation in OR, study suggests
158 URMC Study Clarifies Surgical Options for Kidney Cancer
159 The best defense against catastrophic storms: Mother Nature, say Stanford researchers
160 European fish stocks poised for recovery
161 Recommended calorie information on menus does not improve consumer choices, Carnegie Mellon study shows
162 How mice teach us about disease
163 Regenstrief, IU study: Caregivers open to stopping cancer screening as dementia progresses
164 DFG position paper on the future of the German research system
165 Researchers identify 146 contemporary medical practices offering no net benefits
166 Hospice workers struggle on front lines of physician-assisted death laws
167 Pre-clinical animal research must improve
168 Emergency Response Could Be Faster, Better, and More Confident with "Option Awareness" Approach
169 Significant other's excessive fears can compromise patient's recovery from SAH
170 Major cities often the safest places in the US, Penn Medicine study finds
171 Cannabis constituent has no effect on MS progression, study shows
172 Brain picks out salient sounds from background noise by tracking frequency and time
173 Optimists are better at regulating stress
174 Athletes need to be careful to monitor diet, weight to maintain muscle mass
175 When bar fights get mean, bystanders intervene
176 Estee Lauder clinical trial finds link between sleep deprivation and skin aging
177 Pathways activated in most K9 bone tumors not driving the worst bone tumors
178 Peer-led Program Developed by MU Researcher Helps Individuals with HIV Adhere to Treatment Plans
179 Face identification accuracy is in the eye (and brain) of the beholder, UCSB researchers say
180 Brothers and sisters learn to build positive relationships in SIBS Program
181 University of Minnesota research reveals luxury products' role in relationships
182 Snow in an Infant Planetary System
183 How Mars' atmosphere got so thin: New insights from Curiosity
184 A snow line in an infant solar system: Astronomers take first images
185 Rice researchers part of new LHC discovery
186 Large Coronal Hole Near the Sun's North Pole
187 A scientific experiment is able to create a wave that is frozen in time cuadrito
188 Team led by University of Leicester sets new record for cosmic X-ray sightings
189 Solar system's youth gives clues to planet search
190 Chips that mimic the brain
191 New hope for hormone resistant breast cancer
192 World's first IVF baby born after preimplantation genome sequencing is now 11 months old
193 Environmental toxins enter the brain tissue of polar bears
194 Direct nitrogen fixation for low cost energy conversion
195 Development of safe alternatives
196 Choosing a wave could accelerate airplane maintenance
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