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1 New Model Clarifies Photoexcited Thin-Film Lattice Dynamics
2 Giant Protected Area Reaches Major Milestone
3 Were Neanderthals a Sub-Species of Modern Humans? New Research Says No
4 Field-Emission Plug-and-Play Solution for Microwave Electron Guns
5 How Water Could Have Flowed on Mars
6 Pumping Zinc
7 Microbes Take Their Sulfur Light
8 Scientists Get to the Heart of Fool's Gold as a Solar Material
9 Cells' Natural Response to Chronic Protein Misfolding May Do More Harm than Good
10 University of Delaware Announces Recipient of $60,000 Boer Solar Energy Medal of Merit
11 Georgia Tech Professor Proposes Alternative to 'Turing Test'
12 A 3-D, Talking Map for the Blind (and Everyone Else)
13 New Technologies, Policies Spur Agricultural Innovations
14 Camera Trap Images Help Wildlife Managers ID Problem Tigers in India
15 Of Mice, Not Men
16 Scientists Map Mouse Genome's 'Mission Control Centers'
17 New Understanding of Genetic Replication Could Help in the Fight Against Cancer
18 Salk Scientists Deliver a Promising One-Two Punch for Lung Cancer
19 Team of Scientists Forecast Direction of Nutrition Research by End of the Decade
20 Study: Environmental Bleaching Impairs Long-Term Coral Reproduction
21 Spiraling Light, Nanoparticles and Insights into Life's Structure
22 Crops Play a Major Role in the Annual CO2 Cycle Increase
23 Out of India
24 New Computer Model Predicts Gut Metabolites to Better Understand Gastrointestinal Disease
25 Bacterial Slime: It's What's for Dinner
26 A Path to Brighter Images and More Efficient LCD Displays
27 'Cloaking' Device Uses Ordinary Lenses to Hide Objects Across Continuous Range of Angles
28 Study: Volunteering Can Help Save Wildlife
29 Salk Scientists Unveil Powerful Method to Speed Cancer Drug Discovery
30 Discovery Sheds Light on Nuclear Reactor Fuel Behavior During a Severe Event
31 VLA Visitor Center Film Earns Prestigious Media Award
32 Deep-Earth Carbon Offers Clues on Origin of Life on Earth
33 What in the Gee-Haw Whammy Diddle?
34 Scientists Raise Alarm that Shortage of Human Islet Cells Will Slow Diabetes Research
35 TSRI Researchers Find How Mutant Gene Can Cause Deafness
36 Researchers Study Impact of Power Prosthetic Failures on Amputees
37 Cohesin: A Cherry-Shaped Molecule Safeguards Cell-Division
38 Streamlining Thin Film Processing for Electrodes, Display Screens
39 Next-Door Leopards: First GPS-Collar Study Reveals how Leopards Live with People
40 Mind the Gap Between Atomically Thin Materials
41 New Amazon Carbon Maps May Help Limit Deforestation
42 Reference: What is a Drought?
43 Reference: Giant Huntsman Spider: World's Largest Spider by Leg Span
44 Bilingual People Are like Brain 'Bodybuilders'
45 Mysterious Fungal Disease Proves Deadly in Wild Snakes
46 Why Chimps Haven't Evolved Culture like Humans
47 New Nocturnal Gecko Species Discovered in Madagascar
48 Soldiers at High Suicide Risk Can Be Identified with Math Model
49 Vitamin B Supplements Don't Benefit Memory, Study Finds
50 Reference: Manatees: Facts About Sea Cows
51 US-China Climate Accord Gives Hope for Global Agreement
52 Not Particles, but Chunks: Dark Matter Gets Stranger
53 'Extraordinary' 5,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Discovered
54 Cells by the Number: Facts About the Building Blocks of Life
55 Snowvember: What's Causing the Unseasonably Cold Weather?
56 Male Sexual Aggression: What Chimps Can Reveal About People
57 Does Stretching Increase Flexibility?
58 Armed with Phones, Amateurs Can Beat Pollution-Tracking Satellites
59 One More Poliovirus Strain Now Eradicated
60 1 Million US Eye Infections Yearly, Most Due to Contacts
61 Whoosh: 'Salmon Cannon' Shoots Fish Upstream to Spawn
62 Global Warming Will Bring More US Lightning Strikes
63 Could There Be Organic Matter on Mars?
64 What Are You Really Eating? Wearable Camera Tracks Your Meals
65 'Nature's Fury': NYC Exhibit Explores Science of Natural Disasters
66 Wikipedia Could Predict Disease Outbreaks
67 Feel the Heat: Fourth-Warmest October for U.S.
68 Reference: Spider Bites and Bee Stings: Symptoms and Treatments
69 Reference: Moose: Facts About the Largest Deer
70 Mental Illness Is Not the Biggest Reason Youth Carry Guns, Study Finds
71 Live Jellyfish Cam Offers Stunning Views of Sea Nettles
72 Seeing-Eye Vest? Vibrating Clothing Helps Blind Navigate
73 Ebola in Dallas: New Details Revealed in CDC Report
74 'Smart Drug' Modafinil Does Not Make You Smarter
75 Reference: Brown Recluse Spiders: Facts, Bites & Symptoms
76 Earth Had Warmest October on Record
77 Reference: Mermaids & Mermen: Facts & Legends
78 4 Myths About Juice Cleansing
79 Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
80 Energy Drinks Can Be Deadly for Young Children
81 Can the Long-Extinct Woolly Mammoth Be Cloned?
82 Pucker Up: French Kissing Can Give You 80 Million New Bacteria
83 'Emotional Map' Reveals Where Human Body Feels Gentle Touch
84 Doctor with Ebola Dies in Nebraska Hospital
85 Laughing Matter: Finding the Roots of Humor in the Brain
86 Most Parents Agree All Kids in Day Care Should Be Vaccinated
87 'Theory of Everything' Film Reveals Stephen Hawking's Personal Life
88 Alaska's Pavlof Volcano Belches Out Ash Cloud
89 Unattractive Men Look Better to Women on the Pill
90 Devastating Starfish Disease May Be Caused by Waterborne Virus
91 Secondhand Pot Smoke Could Harm Heart, Too
92 'Forgotten' Brain Region Rediscovered a Century Later
93 Salt Sensor Helps People Improve Diet
94 To Stop Ebola, Trust in Health Care Workers Is Crucial
95 World's Deadliest Spiders a Toxic Myth?
96 Neuroscience of Taste: Chef's Creations Delight the Senses
97 Ship Traffic Increases Dramatically, to Oceans' Detriment
98 Reference: Koalas: Facts About Iconic Marsupials
99 'Vape' Is Oxford Dictionaries' Word of 2014
100 Mysterious 'Glow Worm' Discovered in the Peruvian Rainforest
101 Wild Meals: Mimicking Reality TV Could Lead to Fatal Poisoning
102 Stress Is Harder on Young Women's Hearts, Study Finds
103 A Comet Did It! Mystery of Giant Crater Solved
104 Cocaine's Heart Damage Often Undetectable
105 Watch Carbon Pollution Spread Across the Planet
106 Coming Soon: An Atomic Clock that Can Fit in Your Pocket
107 Ebola Update: Vaccines in Tests, Spike in Mali, Dips in Liberia
108 Smelly Corpse Flower Set to Bloom
109 Transplanted Hands Can Regain Feeling, Even Years Later
110 Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumor is a Transmissible Cancer
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