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1 UT Arlington team proposes new model for snake venom evolution
2 Wetlands more vulnerable to invasives as climate changes
3 Girls better than boys at making story-based computer games, Sussex study finds
4 Understanding the Brain's "Suffocation Alarm"
5 Microbullet hits confirm graphene's strength
6 UGA study finds it's mean boys, not mean girls, who rule at school
7 Why don't more minority students seek STEM careers? Ask them.
8 Heavier Newborns Show Academic Edge in School
9 Chemists fabricate novel rewritable paper
10 Why Don't Children Belong to the Clean Plate Club?
11 The Biology of Anxious Temperament May Lie with a Problem in an Anxiety "Off Switch"
12 New Research Shows Parents Play Vital Role in Molding Future Scientists
13 Why does physical activity during childhood matter?
14 Scientists concerned that culture of research can hinder scientific endeavor
15 Report: More Hispanics earning bachelor's degrees in physical sciences and engineering
16 Geckos are sticky without effort
17 Creating a better health care experience for lesbian, bisexual women
18 Study discovers RX approach that reduces herpes virus infection
19 Medical schools have ethical obligation to accept undocumented immigrants
20 How the hummingbird achieves its aerobatic feats
21 Penn team's game theory analysis shows how evolution favors cooperation's collapse
22 Mutant protein takes babies' breath away
23 Better forecasts for sea ice under climate change
24 Carnegie Mellon researchers identify brain regions that encode words, grammar, story
25 Using social media for behavioral studies is cheap, fast, but fraught with biases
26 A numbers game: Math helps to predict how the body fights disease
27 New Electrolyte for the Construction of Magnesium-Sulfur Batteries
28 Researchers design a model to predict the effects of chemical substances on health
29 Growing cooperation: First the carrot, then the stick
30 Finding the simple patterns in a complex world
31 Carrot or stick?
32 Scientists detect brain network that gives humans superior reasoning skills
33 The social brain: Does guessing others' intentions make a difference when we learn?
34 Research could improve nuclear power plant safety--and stop your kettle furring up
35 Engineer Applies Robot Control Theory to Improve Prosthetic Legs
36 The walls can talk: New optical technique extracts audio from video
37 Stick out your tongue
38 Computers that teach by example
39 Immunotherapy shows clinical benefit in relapsed transplant recipients
40 Using genome sequencing to track MRSA in under-resourced hospitals
41 Smoking Still Causes Large Proportion of Cancer Deaths in the United States
42 Higher earning clinicians make more money by ordering more procedures per patient
43 Cancer therapy shows promise for nuclear medicine treatment
44 People with opioid dependence in recovery show 're-regulation' of reward systems
45 New insight into risk of Ankylosing Spondylitis
46 Analysis shows increased use of hypofractionated whole-breast irradiation for patients with early-stage breast cancer
47 Long-term results confirm success of MGH-developed laser treatment for vocal-cord cancer
48 Certain factors influence survival and prognosis for premature infants
49 Twitter posts may shine a fresh light on mental illness trends
50 'Tis the season for youth to curb binge drinking
51 Why treating shoulder pain in baseball pitchers is so difficult
52 James Ingle, M.D., of Mayo Clinic Recognized for a Career of Contributions to Breast Cancer Research
53 Mobile device use leads to few interactions between mother and child during mealtime
54 Top-selling eye vitamins found not to match scientific evidence
55 NIST study 'makes the case' for RFID forensic evidence management
56 Two papers in Health Affairs expose gaps in health coverage for children, recommend solutions
57 Debate on safety of e-cigarettes continues
58 Study finds Affordable Care Act leaves many children without important benefits
59 Animal research sheds light on harmful mood disorders in new mothers
60 Sleep disturbance linked to amyloid in brain areas affected by Alzheimer's disease
61 Brain scans link frontal abnormalities to suicidal behaviors in adolescents, young adults
62 Online Students Give Instructors Higher Marks if They Think Instructors Are Men
63 Are you helping your toddler's aggressive behaviour?
64 Call to change concept of harm reduction in alcohol policy
65 Laughing gas studied as depression treatment
66 NASA's CATS Eyes Clouds, Smoke and Dust from the Space Station
67 Traces of possible Martian biological activity inside a meteorite
68 Vitamin D deficiency, depression linked in UGA-led international study
69 Strange Galaxy Perplexes Astronomers
70 Losing air
71 Space travel is a bit safer than expected
72 'Mirage Earth' exoplanets may have burned away chances for life
73 Satellite Time-Lapse Movie Shows California Soaker
74 Pulsars with black holes could hold the 'holy grail' of gravity
75 Finding infant earths and potential life just got easier
76 University of Tennessee research offers explanation for Titan dune puzzle
77 Dunes on Titan need firm winds to move, experiments at ASU show
78 The winds of Titan
79 Detecting gases wirelessly and cheaply
80 High level engagement in comment sections can curb internet trolling
81 CNIO team has visualized the DNA double-strand break process for the first time
82 Forging a Photo is Easy, but How Do You Spot a Fake?
83 Expect More Giant Snowstorms as Climate Warms (Op-Ed)
84 Here's How to Fix America's Crumbling Bridges
85 Lone Wolf Traveled More than 450 Miles to Grand Canyon, DNA Confirms
86 1,700-Year-Old Silk Road Cemetery Contains Mythical Carvings
87 Robot Sub Finds Surprisingly Thick Antarctic Sea Ice
88 Late-Night Meals May Interfere with Memory, Research Suggests
89 Is Farmed Salmon Good for You?
90 6 Potential Dangers of Juice Cleanses and Liquid Diets
91 Reference: Polar Bear Facts
92 Reference: Facts About Sulfur
93 'Interstellar' Science: Is Wormhole Travel Possible?
94 Cosmic Case of Missing Stars Baffles Scientists
95 Greasing the Electric Grid, the World's Largest Machine (Op-Ed)
96 Autopsies from Space: Who Killed the Sea Lions?
97 WWI Shell Shock: The Myths and Realities
98 Surgery App Keeps Families Updated in Real Time (Op-Ed)
99 Traffickers of Mantas and Devil Rays Get Bitten in Busts
100 Beer-Bottle Physics Could Help Explain Deadly Eruptions
101 Does Intermittent Fasting Have Benefits? Science Suggests Yes
102 Mass Extinctions: What Humans Can Learn from the Past
103 Mysterious Roman God Baffles Experts
104 How Vultures Can Eat Rotting Flesh Without Getting Sick
105 Plant-Based Compound May Protect Against Weight Gain
106 What Is the Future of High Resolution? (Op-Ed)
107 How Blu-ray Discs Can Improve Solar Panels
108 James Watson's Nobel Prize for DNA Discovery Up for Auction
109 Workers at Biblical Copper Mines Ate Quite Well
110 Reference: Muscular System: Facts, Functions & Diseases