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1 First Human Mind-Meld Created
2 Stretching Makes Material Stronger
3 3D-Printing Not Yet Mainstream, But Critics Are Missing the Point (Op-Ed)
4 In Structural Design, Less is More
5 New Drilling Rules Reflect Old Problems (Op-Ed)
6 Does Flame Retardant Work?
7 Premature Baby Study: Families Speak Out, Criticize Consent Forms
8 Does Wine Drinking Protect Against Depression?
9 Fukushima Water Leaks: New Source of Health Concerns?
10 Insomnia's Surprising Effects on the Brain
11 3D-Printed Medical Devices Spark FDA Evaluation
12 People With Celiac Disease Don't Have To Miss the Cookout (Op-Ed)
13 Ebola Treatment May Be On the Horizon (Op-Ed)
14 Eggs Don't Deserve Their Bad Reputation, Studies Show (Op-Ed)
15 4 Immune Boosting Tips for Back-to-School Season
16 Bugs, Pollen, Heat: Summer Extending Beyond Labor Day? (Op-Ed)
17 How Global Corporations Can Help Meet Global Challenges (Op-Ed)
18 How Mountains' Rise Led Species to Invade
19 Fukushima's Radioactive Ocean Plume to Reach US Waters by 2014
20 Did Ancient Earth-Chilling Meteor Crash Near Canada?
21 Red Cedar Trees Rebounded After Clean Air Act
22 Scientists to Announce 'Major Result' from Star Study Wednesday
23 Moon Water Discovery Hints at Mystery Source Deep Underground
24 Scientists Construct Huge 20-Ton Mirror for Next Mega-Telescope
25 Oldest Sun-Like Star Previews Sun's Fate
26 Mars Rover Curiosity Drives Solo for First Time
27 Milky Way's Giant Black Hole Spits Out Its Food
28 First 'Trojan' Asteroid Companion of Uranus Found
29 Curiosity Rover Snaps Best Mars Solar Eclipse Photos Ever
30 Dogfighting Bust, 3 Years in the Making, Marks Transformational Change (Op-Ed)
31 Females Go for Daddy's Looks in Mates
32 Chimps Suffer Same Heart Condition That Kills Young Athletes
33 New 'Walking' Shark Species Caught on Video
34 Tongue-Painting Chimp Takes 1st Place in Art Contest
35 China Combatting Market for Illicit Animal Parts (Op-Ed)
36 Weird! Tiny Frog Uses Its Mouth to Hear
37 19th-Century Samurai Training Text Deciphered
38 Looking 32,000 Years into the Past: Q&A With Author Kim Stanley Robinson
39 5 Surprising Cultural Facts About Syria
40 The Real Science of Kim Stanley Robinson's 'Shaman'
41 350-Year-Old Recipe for Icy Chocolate Drink Found
42 Syria's Rich Archaeological Treasures Imperiled by Civil War
43 Infected and Hunched: King Richard III Was Crawling With Roundworms
44 8 Rulers of Ancient Egypt: Most Precise Timeline Revealed
45 Baby Brains Tune into Lemur Shrieks
46 Great Sextpectations: What Motivates Sexting?
47 Why New Approaches Will Strengthen African Nations (Op-Ed)
48 NASA orbiter will use laser to bring broadband to moon
49 Fracking chemical leak kills threatened fish
50 Surf's up for pack of hunting sharks
51 Carbon dating shows ancient Egypt's rapid expansion
52 Japan will build wall of ice to stem Fukushima leak
53 Wagtail battles itself in award-winning photo
54 Hobbyists tracked US spy satellites leaked by Snowden
55 How the US may try to destroy Syria's chemical weapons
56 Wristband unlocks your devices with your heartbeat
57 Are 'fire ice' methane hydrates the new fracking?
58 Skin-eating fungus is wiping out fire salamanders
59 Victorian skiing holidays melted Alpine glaciers
60 Zoologger: Miniature frog can hear with its mouth
61 Wanna watch your volcano danger zone? Go fly a kite
62 Did a bet on metal prices save the lives of millions?
63 NASA is turning science fiction into fact
64 Separating neuromyths from science in education
65 Martian soup may have been tasty to early life
66 Double blasts may have birthed exotic quark stars
67 Banishing consciousness: the mystery of anaesthesia
68 Meshnet activists rebuilding the internet from scratch
69 Wind and rockets key clues in Syrian chemical puzzle
70 Brain gyms can work--if they train one skill at a time
71 Swift treatment halves early death risk in HIV babies
72 Whales tan too, basking in the big blue
73 Spouse's voice easy to home in on...and easy to ignore
74 Walking shark moves with ping-pong paddle fins
75 Steep rise in drug harm--opioids the most deadly
76 Butterfly-wing electronics converts light to heat
77 Planet Earth was blue long before we knew
78 Poverty can sap people's ability to think clearly
79 Firms unite to bring internet to billions of new users
80 Bio-inspired speaker uses clear gel to play music
81 Reroute town's traffic to get emergency vehicles through
82 Astrophile: Milky Way's black hole is a picky eater
83 Observations Indicate Super-Earth GJ 1214 b Has a Water-Rich Atmosphere
84 New Approach Enhances Quantum-Based Secure Communication
85 The Dark Energy Survey Officially Begins
86 Massive Saturn Storm Churns Up Water Ice from Great Depths
87 Engineers Develop a New Approach for Graphene Logic Circuits
88 Astronomers Use Pan-STARRS to Detect Brown Dwarf Companion Stars
89 PESSTO Survey Views Spiral Galaxy Messier 74
90 NuSTAR and ESO Composite Image of the Sculptor Galaxy
91 NASA's NuSTAR Delivers Unique X-Ray Images of the Cosmos
92 Physicists Successfully Simulate Evolution of the Early Universe
93 Scientists Grow Human Brain Tissue in a 3D Culture System
94 Scientists Pinpoint Lowest Temperature Limit for Life on Earth
95 Inactivating AGPS Enzyme Reduces Tumor Growth, Cripples Cancer Cells
96 Researchers Solve Biological Mystery about the Common Genesis of Many Serious Diseases
97 Researchers Transform Human Scar-Tissue into Heart-Muscle Cells
98 Unique Semiconductor/Catalyst Construct Produces Hydrogen Fuel from Sunlight
99 Astronomers Discover 'Trojan' Asteroid Sharing the Orbit of Uranus
100 Hubble Views a Protostar in a Very Early Evolutionary Stage
101 Scientists Discover Mega-Canyon under Greenland Ice Sheet
102 Chandra Views Milky Way's Supermassive Black Hole Rejecting Food
103 Cassini Reveals a Rigid and Weathered Ice Shell on Titan
104 Einstein@Home Project Discovers 24 New Pulsars in Archival Data
105 Astronomers View a Rare Multiple Quasar Imaging Event Caused by a Gas Cloud
106 Scientists Overturn Previous Notions of How the Sun's Writhing Insides Move
107 Scientists Develop a New Nanobiocomposite Material
108 Physicists Create Fastest Rotating Man-Made Object
109 Study Reveals Cortex Used for Making Sensory Associations, Not the Hippocampus
110 Astronomers Identify the Oldest Solar Twin Known to Date
111 Curiosity Rover Uses Autonomous Navigation for the First Time
112 Scientists Detect Magmatic Water in Bullialdus Crater on the Moon
113 Researchers Solve Biological Mystery about the Common Genesis of Many Serious Diseases
114 Spitzer Space Telescope Celebrates 10 Years in Space
115 Inactivating AGPS Enzyme Reduces Tumor Growth, Cripples Cancer Cells
116 A Link Between Black Hole Accretion Rate and Star Formation Rate
117 Scientists Believe Humans Will One Day Colonize the Universe
118 Physicists Pinpoint Solid-State Triple Point in Vanadium Dioxide