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1 Air quality standards 'increase pollution and health risks'
2 Dinosaur arms to bird wings: it's all in the wrist
3 Sandblasting winds shift Mars' landscape
4 Anxiety puts mother-baby bond at risk
5 Gene key to monarch butterfly's miraculous migration
6 Loss of smell may be predictor of death in older adults
7 Climate change blamed for beaching of 35,000 walruses on Alaskan coastline
8 A Decade of Research Identifies Threats to Adirondack Loons, Provides Guidance on Protection
9 Proactive Office Ergonomics Can Increase Job Satisfaction and Employee Retention
10 Sandia Cyber-testing Contributes to DHS Transition to Practice
11 Researcher Gets $1.2 Million to Develop System to Predict Solar Cycles
12 ALMA Achieves New Observing Capabilities
13 Algorithms Reveal Forecasting Power of Tweets
14 Mosquito Fact and Fiction
15 Angling Chromium to Let Oxygen Through
16 New Report: Illegal Land Clearing for Commercial Agriculture Responsible for Half of Tropical Deforestation
17 Babies Born in the Winter Start Crawling Earlier than Those Born in the Summer
18 The Ozone Hole Has Stabilized--Some Questions Remain
19 Study: Cat Bites Dog
20 New Webcast Series Brings Cutting-edge Physics Talks to the World
21 How Bacteria Battle Fluoride
22 Simple Method Turns Human Skin Cells into Immune-fighting White Blood Cells
23 Owls Provides Clues on How Humans Focus Attention
24 Guatemala President Otto Molina Congratulates Villagers for Natural & Cultural Conservation
25 High Flux Isotope Reactor Named Nuclear Historic Landmark
26 Liposome Research at Boise State Meets Nanotechnology to Improve Cancer Treatment
27 Fossil with Lips like Jagger Found by WFU Anthropologist
28 Acute Photo-induced Toxicity and Toxicokinetics of Single Compounds and Mixtures of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Zebrafish
29 USD Announces Hiring of Interdisciplinary Cohort of Eight Outstanding Female STEM Professors Eager to Inspire Young Learners
30 Ahoy, Offshore Wind: Advanced Buoys Bring Vital Data to Untapped Energy Resource
31 Project Prepares Collection for 21st-century Challenge of Invasive Species
32 Best of Two Worlds: Bredesen Center sparking interest in entrepreneurship
33 Imaging Fuel Injectors with Neutrons
34 Virginia Tech Thought Leader Considers Global Response Plan for Nuclear Mishaps
35 NDSU Awards Research Grants to Study Road Dust Impacts in Bakken
36 How an Ancient Vertebrate Uses Familiar Tools to Build a Strange-looking Head
37 NUS and GIS Researchers Achieve Big Technological Leap in Treating PCB Contamination in the Environment
38 Gas Leaks from Faulty Wells Linked to Contamination in Some Groundwater
39 Research Offers New Way to Predict Hurricane Strength, Destruction
40 Mind the Climate Gap
41 Carbon Sequestration Research Continues at Sandia Labs Under Energy Department Funds
42 Early Earth Less Hellish than Previously Thought
43 WCS Applauds 'Crushed Ivory Design Challenge' Launched by USFWS in Partnership with AZA
44 Slow to Mature, Quick to Distract: ADHD Brain Study Finds Slower Development of Key Connections
45 Elusive Quantum Transformations Found Near Absolute Zero
46 X-Rays Unlock a Protein's SWEET Side
47 Scientists Discover RNA Modifications in Some Unexpected Places
48 Iowa State Geofablab Prints 3-D Rocks, Fossils; Advances Geoscience Research, Education
49 NIBIB's Bionic Man Features 14 Novel Biotechnologies
50 Researchers Develop Improved Means of Detecting Mismatched DNA
51 Making Quantum Dots Glow Brighter
52 The Future Face of Molecular Electronics
53 And So They Beat on, Flagella Against the Cantilever
54 Entomologist Says Expect More Spiders Inside as Weather Turns Cooler
55 From Sea to Shining Sea, Politics Divide Coastal Residents' Views of Environment
56 Cancer Research Institute to Honor Leaders in Cancer Immunotherapy
57 Healthy Humans Make Nice Homes for Viruses
58 Novel Capability Enables First Test of Real Turbine Engine Conditions
59 Proteins Hey1 and Hey2 Ensure that Inner Ear 'Hair Cells' Are Made at the Right Time and in the Right Place
60 Consumers Will Pay More for Eco-friendly Plants, Study Shows
61 Quantum Entanglement and Superconductivity: Upcoming Physics Talk Delves into "Spooky Action at a Distance"
62 Neuroscientists Get Busy in the CRISPR Kitchen--What Will They Cook Up?
63 Predicting Performance
64 Hubble Helps Find Smallest Known Galaxy with a Supermassive Black Hole
65 Modern Europeans Descended from Three Groups of Ancestors
66 Gut Bacteria, Artificial Sweeteners, and Glucose Intolerance
67 OLCF Researcher to Work with Clean Combustion Center at Saudi University
68 In Joslin Trial, Asian Americans Lower Insulin Resistance on Traditional Diet
69 Excavation Exposes Roman Imperial Outpost at Its Bitter End
70 9 Fats to Include in a Healthy Diet
71 7 Supermarkets Trends Now and in the Future
72 Germanium Tin Could Mean Better and Cheaper Infrared Cameras in Smartphones
73 NYU Langone Scientists Report Reliable and Highly Efficient Method for Making Stem Cells
74 JHU Researchers Make New Discovery about 3D Shape Processing in the Brain
75 Nuclear Spins Control Current in Plastic LED
76 A More Efficient, Lightweight and Low-cost Solar Cell
77 New Study Favors Quantum Mind
78 Study of Ocean Upwelling Near California Shows Greater Variability Over Latter Part of 20th Century
79 Research Milestone in CCHF Virus Could Help Identify New Treatments
80 Researchers Study Vital 'On/Off Switches' that Control When Bacteria Turn Deadly
81 Energy Department Supports Iowa State Studies of Concrete for Taller Wind Turbine Towers
82 Wireless Sensor Transmits Tumor Pressure
83 Diversifying the Academic Workforce
84 Reflected Smartphone Transmissions Enable Gesture Control
85 Using Genetic Screening to Improve Korean White Wheat
86 Scientists Discover an On/Off Switch for Aging Cells
87 UChicago-Argonne National Lab Team Improves Solar-cell Efficiency
88 Dwindling Wind May Tip Predator-prey Balance
89 A Nanosized Hydrogen Generator
90 X-Rays Unlock a Protein's SWEET Side
91 Ultrasound Enhancement Provides Clarity to Damaged Tendons, Ligaments
92 New Discovery in the Study of the Brain and Memory
93 Don't Drink the (Warm) Water, Study Says
94 Cowpea Book Published by Crop Science Society of America
95 Dynamic, Radical Solutions Needed: 2014 NYIT Cybersecurity Conference Highlights
96 CelPlan Technologies and UALR Enter into Academic Agreement
97 Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Awards 200 NARSAD Young Investigator Grants Valued Over $12.7 Million to Scientists Pursuing Innovative Mental Health Research
98 Graphene Imperfections Key to Creating Hypersensitive 'Electronic Nose'
99 Answer to Restoring Lost Island Biodiversity Found in Fossils
100 University of Utah Engineers Unlock Potential for Faster Computing
101 Snail Shells Show High-rise Plateau Is Much Lower than It Used to Be
102 Actions on Climate Change Bring Better Health, Study Says
103 U. Va.'s New $2.4 million Computing Cluster to Enhance, Facilitate Big Data Research
104 Drilling into an Active Earthquake Fault in New Zealand
105 APL's IT and Analytics Expertise Strengthens Disease Surveillance
106 Sandia Researchers Find Clues to Superbug Evolution
107 From Spreadsheets to Solutions: New Platform Enables Next Generation of Open City Data
108 Diabetes: Complexity Lost
109 Future Flexible Electronics Based on Carbon Nanotubes
110 Interface Surprises May Motivate Novel Oxide Electronic Devices