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1 Porous material holds promise for prosthetics, robots
2 Better fluorescent lighting through physics
3 Way cheaper catalyst may lower fuel costs for hydrogen-powered cars
4 Patched atoms: Energy researchers discover new structure for bimetallic catalysts
5 How the stick insect sticks (and unsticks) itself
6 Trio wins Nobel Prize for mapping how cells fix DNA damage
7 Detecting HIV diagnostic antibodies with DNA nanomachines
8 Covalent organic framework that has highest reported stability and can be modified for organocatalysis
9 Organic semiconductors get weird at the edge
10 New on-chip optical sensing technique used to detect multiple flu strains
11 Flipping molecular attachments amps up activity of CO2 catalyst
12 Researchers create self-propelled powder to stop bleeding
13 Modeling electron excitation in organic photovoltaic material could change the future of solar energy
14 New polymer creates safer fuels
15 How a molecular motor untangles protein
16 Fruit fly pheromone flags great real estate for starting a family
17 Is the eco-tourism boom putting wildlife in a new kind of danger?
18 Threat posed by 'pollen thief' bees uncovered
19 A better way to read the genome
20 Floppy but fast: Spaghetti-like proteins are surprisingly effective 'keys'
21 Mammal's microbiome shares characteristics with both plant eaters and predators, study finds
22 Mapping the protein universe
23 ZomBee Watch helps scientists track honeybee killer
24 Boom in gene-editing studies amid ethics debate over its use
25 Plant biosensor could help African farmers fight parasitic 'witchweed'
26 Researchers create inside-out plants to watch how cellulose forms
27 Scientists discover essential amino acid sensor in key growth-regulating metabolic pathway
28 New protein cleanup factors found to control bacterial growth
29 Evolution of kangaroo-like jerboas sheds light on limb development
30 A long look back at fishes' extendable jaws
31 In the sex lives of male worms in the lab, one gene makes a big difference
32 Comprehensive study finds 238 genes that affect aging in yeast cells
33 Diet supplement keeps circadian clock from slowing down in aging mice
34 Proteins with ALS, cancer role do not assume a regular shape
35 Adult sex ratio linked to gender chromosomes
36 Researchers massively edit the genome of pigs to turn them into perfect human organ donors
37 Group builds most comprehensive family tree of birds to date
38 Beetles provide clues about the genetic foundations of parenthood
39 Novel microscopy method illuminates cell changes caused by aging, injury and disease
40 Clues to future of undersea exploration may reside inside a jellyfish-like creature
41 Best of Last Week--White holes, elephants and cancer and the impact of dominating parents
42 Angus Deaton wins Nobel economics prize for work on poverty
43 From a very old skeleton, new insights on ancient migrations
44 Tunisian democracy group wins Nobel Peace Prize
45 Mexican site yields new details of sacrifice of Spaniards
46 Ancient genome from Africa sequenced for the first time
47 Math story time at home bolsters achievement in school
48 Research pair suggest crowd sourcing could improve social science experiment results
49 'Blind analysis' could reduce bias in social science, biology research
50 Rare braincase provides insight into dinosaur brain
51 48-million-year-old horse-like fetus discovered in Germany
52 Chimpanzees shed light on origins of human walking
53 Tiny ancient fossil from Spain shows birds flew over the heads of dinosaurs
54 The hand and foot of Homo naledi
55 New fossils intensify mystery of short-lived, toothy mammals unique to ancient North Pacific
56 Who you gonna trust? How power affects our faith in others
57 True colors: Using molecular analysis to clarify dino color claims
58 Best of Last Week--Water on Mars, drunk kicking a robot and a drug to sharpen memory
59 Washtenaw County mammoth find hints at role of early humans
60 The dark side of Nobel prizewinning research
61 How much for that Nobel prize in the window?
62 Largest dinosaur population growth study ever shows how Maiasaura lived and died
63 New finds of a living fossil
64 Study explores ancient ecosystem response to a 'big five' mass extinction
65 Using ancient DNA, researchers unravel the mystery of Machu Picchu
66 Cardiac patients receive comparable care from physicians, advanced practice providers
67 First comprehensive profile of non-protein-coding RNAs in human cancers
68 Scientists convert skin cells into placenta-generating cells
69 Researchers find pathway to cancer-associated muscle weakness
70 New study reveals key differences in brain activity in people with anorexia nervosa
71 Scientists uncover four different types of bowel cancer
72 Prostate cells undergo 'reprogramming' to form tumors, study finds
73 New optoelectronic probe enables communication with neural microcircuits
74 Turncoat protein regulates sensitivity of breast cancer cells to drug
75 Kids with mental ills often treated solely by primary care doctors
76 Cesarean delivery won't harm kids' health: study
77 Study examines concussion-like symptom reporting in uninjured athletes
78 Children born in the summer more likely to be healthy adults
79 Elevated blood-sugar levels in pregnancy tied to baby's heart-defect risk
80 Genes linked with malaria's virulence shared by apes, humans
81 What to know before getting the genetic test for breast cancer
82 FDA approves expanded use of Opdivo in advanced lung cancer
83 World's oldest working scientist takes on Alzheimer's
84 Study analyzes use of seven low-value services in Choosing Wisely campaign
85 Trailblazing trial for brittle-bone disease
86 Study says obesity doesn't protect patients with cardiovascular disease
87 'Beeting' high altitude symptoms with beet juice
88 Understanding Olfaction: An Interview with Elizabeth Hong
89 Drug cuts mortality rate after stroke, trial finds
90 Researchers develop first animal-free screening platforms to predict toxic kidney injury
91 Intense early intervention for schizophrenia leads to recovery
92 Acrylamide exposure from smokeless tobacco dwarfed by dietary exposure or smoking
93 SOS via SMS: Help for suicidal teens is a text message away
94 Trends in travel over 5 decades: We're traveling farther but not more often
95 Lithium safe, effective for children with bipolar disorder
96 Light pollution delays wallaby reproduction and puts joeys at risk
97 Bacteria on ancient flea trapped in amber may be ancestor of Black Death
98 Early exposure to 'good' gut bacteria may reduce asthma risk in infants
99 Earth image: Island chain in Bahamas one of the most recognisable points on the planet from space
100 Scientists synthesise sound of single bacterium swimming
101 Asteroid impact may have boosted volcanic eruptions in double-whammy dinosaur extinction disaster
102 Knitted stretch-sensing fabric to monitor human movement developed by Australian researchers
103 Detailed maps reveal the mysterious surface of the dwarf planet Ceres
104 How not to win a Nobel Prize in science
105 Nobel Prize for Medicine: Discoveries used to fight malaria, river blindness snare scientists top honour
106 People may risk living in disaster zone if they think threat is a once-in-a-lifetime event
107 Hog-nosed rat: Victorian scientists among team to discover new mammal species in remote Indonesia
108 Almost a third of cactuses at risk of extinction
109 Nobel Prize for Physics goes to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B McDonald for neutrinos discovery
110 Newly identified human ancestor Homo naledi handy with tools, walked like a person, scientists say