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1 E-cigarette use by children concerns fuelled by research
2 Why late night dining may encourage weight gain
3 Ebola crisis: Obama urges Congress to approve aid
4 Funds pledged to help children with eating disorders
5 Mother loses High Court challenge against NHS ombudsman
6 South Wales school sickness advice leaflet withdrawn
7 HIV: Why is the virus so 'successful'?
8 Seasonal Affective Disorder and the difference from winter blues
9 Shipman effect: How a serial killer changed medical practice forever
10 How can a driving licence improve health?
11 Making the most of life with cystic fibrosis
12 Ebola trials 'best chance' for cure
13 Eric Garner: No charges in NY chokehold case
14 'RAF Iraq veteran' charged with terror offences
15 Iran jets bomb Islamic State targets in Iraq--Pentagon
16 Homo erectus may have doodled on shellfish
17 Hot young stars limit galaxy growth
18 'Giant' charge density disturbances discovered in nanomaterials
19 Graphene produces more efficient transport of a semiconducting polymer film
20 Protons fuel graphene prospects
21 Shaping the future of energy storage with conductive clay
22 Nanomaterials to preserve ancient works of art
23 Scanning tunnelling microscopy: Computer simulations sharpen insights into molecules
24 Researchers develop multilevel memory for consumer electronics
25 Learning anti-microbial physics from cicada
26 Study shows graphene able to withstand a speeding bullet
27 Image: Cutaway view of nanoparticles in a neural cell
28 Researchers take first pictures of baby nanotubes
29 Nanotubes may restore sight to blind retinas
30 Lengthening the life of high capacity silicon electrodes in rechargeable lithium batteries
31 Atmospheric carbon dioxide used for energy storage products
32 Powerful new technique simultaneously determines nanomaterials' chemical makeup, topography
33 Designing complex structures beyond the capabilities of conventional lithography
34 Researchers turn gold nanoclusters into 12-sided dodecahedron crystals
35 Uniform nanowire arrays for science and manufacturing
36 Colorful nano-guides to the liver
37 Green meets nano: Scientists create multifunctional nanotubes using nontoxic materials
38 Nanoparticle network could bring fast-charging batteries
39 Toward a low-cost 'artificial leaf' that produces clean hydrogen fuel
40 Buckyballs enhance carbon capture: Environmentally friendly material targets flue gases, wells
41 Controlled emission and spatial splitting of electron pairs demonstrated
42 Scientists use 'smallest possible diamonds' to form ultra-thin nanothreads
43 Engineers build time cloak that hides messages in laser light
44 Hackers begone: Measurement-device-independent QKD increases clock rate and transmission distance while reducing failure
45 Study shows way to design 'digital' metamaterials
46 New research could transform high speed optical networks
47 New X-ray spectroscopy gives better look at the chemistry of interfaces
48 SIMP v. WIMP: Novel thermal relic mechanism for dark matter creation in the early universe
49 Can capacitors in electrical circuits provide large-scale energy storage?
50 Secondary relaxation in metallic glasses: A key to glassy materials and glassy physics
51 Cooled-down plasma could help detect elusive nanoparticles responsible for so many health hazards
52 Low error-rate detector system for telecommunications
53 Beyond the X-ray: Researchers take groundbreaking images of the atomic structure of materials
54 Taming neural excitations
55 Deforming and compacting chromium-tungsten powders to create stronger metals
56 Laser sniffs out toxic gases from afar
57 Ever tried a 'laser delicious' apple?
58 World's fastest 2-D camera may enable new scientific discoveries
59 Engineers take big step toward using light instead of wires inside computers
60 When noise gets electrons moving
61 Broadband and ultrathin polarization manipulators developed
62 The walls can talk: New optical technique extracts audio from video
63 'Dechirper' will give scientists more control over 'color spectrum' of LCLS X-ray pulses
64 Studies look at long-term aging of electronics in nuclear weapons
65 X-ray laser as ultra slow-motion camera: New study paves the way for nano-movies of biomolecules
66 The finer details of rust
67 Superconductivity without cooling
68 Geminid meteors promise a fine display
69 Space travel is a bit safer than expected
70 Famous Hubble star explosion is expanding, new animation reveals
71 Shooting "color" in the blackness of space
72 Philae's crater grazing, spinning and landing in parts unknown
73 Astronomers set to see entire Universe
74 Japanese space explorer to blow crater in asteroid
75 Launch of new Orion spaceship has NASA flying high
76 Astronomers discover new clues to the 40-year-old mystery behind Venus's green glow
77 Can binary terrestrial planets exist?
78 Green light for E-ELT construction
79 NASA counts down to Orion's first step to Mars
80 Monitoring the stability of historical architecture using space technology
81 Predicting daily space weather will help keep your GPS on target
82 10 facts about the Milky Way
83 NASA scrubs Orion launch; will try again Friday (Update)
84 Pulsars with black holes could hold the 'holy grail' of gravity
85 After Orion launch, big steps lie ahead for Mars trip, NASA says
86 Observing galactic 'blow out': Stellar growth spurts stunt future growth
87 Researchers report on data analysis from Planck spacecraft
88 Finding infant earths and potential life just got easier
89 Astronomers detect atomic hydrogen emission in galaxies at record breaking distances
90 International Space Station enables interplanetary space exploration
91 CU-Boulder instrument on New Horizons readies for encounter with Pluto, Kuiper Belt
92 Geminid meteors promise a fine display
93 Space travel is a bit safer than expected
94 Famous Hubble star explosion is expanding, new animation reveals
95 Shooting "color" in the blackness of space
96 Philae's crater grazing, spinning and landing in parts unknown
97 Astronomers set to see entire Universe
98 Japanese space explorer to blow crater in asteroid
99 Launch of new Orion spaceship has NASA flying high
100 Astronomers discover new clues to the 40-year-old mystery behind Venus's green glow
101 Can binary terrestrial planets exist?
102 Green light for E-ELT construction
103 NASA counts down to Orion's first step to Mars
104 Monitoring the stability of historical architecture using space technology
105 Predicting daily space weather will help keep your GPS on target
106 10 facts about the Milky Way
107 NASA scrubs Orion launch; will try again Friday (Update)
108 After Orion launch, big steps lie ahead for Mars trip, NASA says
109 Pulsars with black holes could hold the 'holy grail' of gravity
110 Finding infant earths and potential life just got easier
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