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1 Are you a descendant of Genghis Khan? Millions of modern men descendants of 11 Asian dynastic leaders
2 Mars: The planet that lost an ocean's worth of water
3 Strength in numbers: First-ever quantum device that detects and corrects its own errors
4 Why isn't the universe as bright as it should be?
5 Discovery of 2.8-million-year-old jaw sheds light on early humans
6 Saving Chilean mummies from climate change
7 Experimental drug turns 'bad' white fat into 'good' brown-like fat
8 Brain structure varies depending on how trusting people are of others, study shows
9 Mapping 'switches' that shaped the evolution of the human brain
10 Infants' environments play key role in their heights as adults
11 Have a sense of purpose in life? It may protect your heart
12 Stuck-in-the-mud plankton reveal ancient temperatures
13 Melting glaciers create noisiest places in ocean, study says
14 Combined Arctic ice observations show decades of loss
15 Losing 30 minutes of sleep per day may promote weight gain and adversely affect blood sugar control
16 Quick, easy, early diagnosis with rare earth ions
17 New test uses human stem cells to identify dangerous side effects of drugs
18 Pregnancy weight gain tilts scales for child becoming obese
19 What's your genetic destiny? More than half of parents want to know disease risks for selves, kids
20 Bioengineers put human hearts on a chip to aid drug screening
21 Breast cancer risk may be increased in women who have first-degree relatives with a history of prostate cancer
22 Physical labor, hypertension and multiple meds may reduce male fertility
23 Understanding of cell enzyme flipped on its head
24 Traffic light food labels strengthen self-control
25 Strained thumb from texting? Biomechanical simulations show how tablets and smartphones stress joints and muscles
26 Who am I? New study links early family experiences, self-esteem with self-clarity
27 Smiles, word choice show what type of sexism men display
28 Sleep apnea is common in women with gestational diabetes
29 Stress reduction may reduce fasting glucose in overweight and obese women
30 Feeling sleepy? Might be the melatonin
31 Most men with borderline testosterone levels may have depression
32 Multitasking hunger neurons also control compulsive behaviors
33 Male smokers at higher risk than females for osteoporosis, fractures
34 The price of protection: Abused women and earnings
35 High-normal thyroid hormone level in pregnancy may affect fetal brain development
36 Liraglutide may help overweight and obese adults lose weight safely and effectively
37 Obese females who are most unlikely to lose weight are most in need of losing it
38 New study points to better classrooms for children with disabilities
39 Infant growth affected by exposure to environmental pollutants
40 Popular antioxidant likely ineffective, study finds
41 Excess sitting linked to coronary artery calcification, an early indicator of heart problems
42 Irregular sleeping pattern may affect how teens eat
43 Fast food commercials to kids 'deceptive' by industry self-regulation standards
44 If you come from a family with relatives who have lived long lives, you will too?
45 Phthalates potentially alter levels of a pregnancy hormone that influences sex development
46 Secrets of surfaces' wrinkling, folding, creasing and delaminating are unraveled
47 Patented process builds better semiconductors, improves electronic devices
48 Quantum mechanic frequency filter for atomic clocks
49 Toward Methuselah: Long-living lighting devices
50 Bioelectrochemical processes have the potential to one day replace petrochemistry: Lysine production as example
51 2D nitrogenated crystals new potential rival for graphene
52 Longer life cycle for lithium-ion batteries?
53 Chemists develop new way to make cost-effective material for electricity storage
54 Squeezing out new science from material interfaces
55 Self driving cars could free up rush hour traffic
56 NASA spacecraft becomes first to orbit a dwarf planet
57 'Habitable' planet GJ 581d previously dismissed as noise probably does exist
58 Black holes and dark sector explained by quantum gravity
59 Hubble sees supernova split into four images by cosmic lens
60 Einstein put to the test: Satellite mission on dark energy and theory of gravitation
61 Space technology investigates large-scale changes to Africa's climate
62 Breakthrough in energy harvesting could power 'life on Mars'
63 Rapid changes observed in a comet's plasma tail
64 Galactic 'rain' explains why some galaxies are better at creating stars
65 Planet 'reared' by four parent stars
66 Online and offline: The changing face of meetings
67 Data driven discoveries: Imagine smart cities with thousands of strategically placed sensors
68 Graphene meets heat waves
69 New flexible films for touch screen applications achieve longer lasting display
70 Sap-feeding butterflies join ranks of natural phenomenon, the Golden Ratio
71 A new way to control information by mixing light and sound
72 Breakthrough in nonlinear optics research
73 Reliance on smartphones linked to lazy thinking
74 Printing custom touch-sensitive displays yourself
75 Energy-generating cloth could replace batteries in wearable devices
76 Love, love me do: Male beetles that have more sex are more insecure, study shows
77 Scent-trained dog detects thyroid cancer in human urine samples
78 Habitat degradation, climate shifts impact survival of the white-collared manakin
79 Is the tasty blue crab's natural range creeping north?
80 Tiger dad: Rare family portrait of amur tigers the first-ever to include an adult male
81 New tool aids US conservation, management of whales, dolphins and porpoises
82 Turning yogurt waste into new products
83 Female fish that avoid mating with related species also shun some of their own
84 Evolving to cope with climate change
85 Onion extract may improve high blood sugar and cholesterol
86 Atmosphere above Africa: Clouds and aerosol measurements
87 Evidence from glacier ice: Until it was banned, leaded gasoline dominated the humanmade lead emissions in South America
88 Urine power to light camps in disaster zones
89 Ancient Mongol metallurgy an extreme polluter
90 How rain is dependent on soil moisture
91 Novel mechanism to explain high elevation of Denver area
92 Researchers create artificial methane hydrates, open an innovative pathway for use of new fuels
93 Researchers connect climate change to food safety
94 Green lungs of our planet are changing
95 Elusive El Nino arrives: Forecasters predict it will stay weak, have little influence on weather and climate
96 Karnak: Excavation yields 38 artifacts
97 The unlikeliest of Pals? An Indian soldier alone among Yorkshiremen
98 Significant facial variation in pre-Columbian South America
99 Excavation reveals ancient town and burial complex in Diros Bay, Greece
100 Deadly frog fungus dates back to 1880s, studies find
101 First-ever human population adaptation to toxic chemical, arsenic
102 Grand tree of life study shows a clock-like trend in new species emergence and diversity
103 Animal functional diversity started out poor, became richer over time
104 Genetic study revives debate on origin and expansion of Indo-European languages in Europe
105 Undergrad discovers lost manuscript
106 Parasite infection poses a greater risk for African under-fives
107 First validated method of detecting drugs of abuse in exhaled breath
108 Nine steps to survive 'most explosive era of infrastructure expansion in human history'
109 Flood and drought risk to cities on rise even with no climate change
110 Hidden hazards found in 'green' products