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1 Herpes widespread in wombats and kangaroos in the wild
2 Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar for studies into DNA
3 Kidneys in a dish: Scientists reprogram adult skin cells to make mini kidneys
4 Foetus found in 48-million-year-old horse fossil
5 Climate change may cause 'substantial increase' in erosion as glaciers speed up
6 Extendable jaws gave fish an evolutionary edge
7 Pluto: NASA's New Horizons spacecraft reveals blue skies and red water ice
8 Mars: Lakes, streams existed billions of years ago, NASA's Curiosity rover team confirms
9 Preclinical study shows potential to increase the effectiveness of leukemia treatments
10 Obstructive sleep apnea associated with incident heart failure, death in women
11 UF researchers learn how to keep pathogens, pests from traveling with grain
12 Sitting for long periods not bad for health
13 New field of application for versatile helper
14 Have you got the X Factor? Psychologists find that you may be musical and not even know it
15 Non-lethal firearm related hospitalizations in USA cost $679 million annually
16 Chalmers researchers extend the lifetime of atoms using a mirror
17 Re-thinking plant and insect diversity
18 Climbing plants disturb carbon storage in tropical forests
19 Finance: Belief in higher returns from private equity may be misplaced
20 A particle purely made of nuclear force
21 Possible new treatment for neurodegenerative diseases found
22 New study has important implications for the design of a protective HIV vaccine
23 Feasts and food choices: The culinary habits of the Stonehenge builders
24 Haze particles are hard enough to cause abrasive damage on frequently used industrial alloys
25 Greater neighborhood access to fast-food outlets linked to lower bone mass in infants
26 With this new universal wireless charger, compatibility won't be an issue
27 Imaging study demonstrates how the 'social brain' is functionally impaired in autism
28 VLA reveals spectacular 'halos' of spiral galaxies
29 Noninvasive imaging method looks deeper inside the body to study living brain
30 U researchers create light emitting diodes from food and beverage waste
31 Drug-resistant E. coli continues to climb in community health settings
32 Malaria vaccine provides hope for a general cure for cancer
33 Study finds local government supervisor training can be more efficient
34 Measurements of dinosaur body temperatures shed new light on 150-year debate
35 Study shows social media content may hold keys to important health information
36 Belief in climate change not linked to wildfire mitigation actions
37 Public agencies less likely than private firms to comply with environmental regulations
38 New computer program predicts cochlear implant success in hearing-impaired children
39 New research method identifies stealth attacks on complicated computer systems
40 Social-media messages in China censored, new research reveals
41 New research sees zebrafish earn their stripes in the fight against muscular dystrophy
42 Tulane researchers working on new tuberculosis vaccine
43 Penn and BU study says obesity doesn't protect patients with cardiovascular disease
44 Quantum coherent-like state observed in a biological protein for the first time
45 New deposition technique enhances optoelectronic properties of lasers
46 Breast cancer drug beats superbug
47 New gorgeous coffee tree species from Honduras is critically endangered
48 Just a touch of skyrmions
49 Benefit of early physical therapy for low-back pain appears modest
50 Substance abuse treatment remains low for opioid use disorders
51 Nonmedical prescription opioid use disorders, deaths increase in the US
52 Destructive disease shows potential as a cancer treatment
53 Study finds glyphosate and acetamiprid to have relatively low toxicity for honey bees
54 Number of addicted rises, but percentage in drug treatment remains stagnant
55 Enterovirus D68 not associated with higher death rate in children
56 What happens when your brain can't tell which way is up?
57 Pebbles on Mars likely traveled tens of miles down a riverbed, Penn study finds
58 Nonmedical prescription opioid use disorders, deaths increase in the US
59 Destructive disease shows potential as a cancer treatment
60 Study finds glyphosate and acetamiprid to have relatively low toxicity for honey bees
61 Number of addicted rises, but percentage in drug treatment remains stagnant
62 Enterovirus D68 not associated with higher death rate in children
63 Pebbles on Mars likely traveled tens of miles down a riverbed, Penn study finds
64 Disparities in breast cancer persist across all subtypes and stages
65 Study: Bacterium that causes Q fever linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma
66 Cancer survivors often have poor diets, which can affect their long-term health
67 Pebbles on Mars likely traveled tens of miles down a riverbed, Penn study finds
68 Disparities in breast cancer persist across all subtypes and stages
69 Study: Bacterium that causes Q fever linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma
70 Cancer survivors often have poor diets, which can affect their long-term health
71 Listeria can grow on unrefrigerated caramel apples
72 In females, childhood head injury could lead to alcohol abuse later in life
73 From hummingbird to owl: New research decodes bird family tree
74 Scientists track speed of powerful internal waves
75 Double enzyme hit may explain common cancer drug side effect
76 Workplace mentors benefit female employees more than men
77 Sixth sense: How do we sense electric fields?
78 3-D printed fetal head helps manage care for baby with life-threatening airway mass
79 Video conferencing could increase shared decision-making in hospice care
80 Ancient human ear-orienting system could yield clues to hearing deficits in infants
81 Climate models used to explain formation of Mars valley networks
82 Health care, research failing to adapt to US's growing multiracial population
83 Flood hazards: Vermont and Colorado as case studies
84 Penn Medicine researchers discover hidden brain pathways crucial to communication
85 Mama or dada? Research looks at what words are easiest for kids to learn
86 Study sees powerful winds carving away Antarctic snow
87 Allergic asthma: UFZ researchers identify a key molecule
88 Marine mathematics helps to map undiscovered deep-water coral reefs
89 Africa's urban waste, a valuable source of electricity
90 Billions of juvenile fish under the Arctic sea ice
91 'I am right for your child!'--the key to winning over your future in-laws
92 New tool: How to get meaningful information out of big data
93 Natural metabolite might reset aging biological clocks
94 RNA's part in determining the health of stem cells
95 IU scientists find the external environment, oxidation greatest threats to DNA
96 IU researchers find pathway to cancer-associated muscle weakness
97 New optoelectronic probe enables communication with neural microcircuits
98 Babies need free tongue movement to decipher speech sounds
99 Genes linked with malaria's virulence shared by apes, humans
100 RNA editing technique treats severe form of muscular dystrophy
101 Computerized cognitive training improves childhood cancer survivors' attention and memory
102 New Oregon approach for 'nanohoops' could energize future devices
103 Advanced care, increased risk
104 Researchers use 'Avatar' experiments to get leg up on locomotion
105 New study projects that melting of Antarctic ice shelves will intensify
106 Fruit fly pheromone flags great real estate for starting a family
107 Smithsonian scientists say vines strangle carbon storage in tropical forests
108 Supercoiled DNA is far more dynamic than the 'Watson-Crick' double helix
109 Lithium safe, effective for children with bipolar disorder
110 Prostate cells undergo 'reprogramming' to form tumors, study finds
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