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1 Sweet nanoparticles target stroke
2 Dunkin' Donuts ditches titanium dioxide--but is it actually harmful?
3 Researchers develop technique for making light-bending 'raspberry-like metamolecules'
4 Scientists develop atomic force microscopy for imaging nanoscale dynamics of neurons
5 Nano piano's lullaby could mean storage breakthrough
6 Materials theory combines strength, stiffness and toughness of composites into a single design map
7 Symmetry matters in graphene growth
8 Researchers pattern magnetic graphene
9 Imperfect graphene opens door to better fuel cells
10 Can engineered carbon nanotubes help to avert our water crisis?
11 A better method for making perovskite solar cells
12 Fullerene chemistry with silicon
13 Biomedical engineer developing nanomaterial for healing broken bones
14 Nano packages for anti-cancer drug delivery
15 An improved method for coating gold nanorods
16 Researchers fine-tune quantum dots from coal
17 Buckyballs become bucky-bombs
18 Scientists develop cool process to make better graphene
19 Peering into how rechargeable lithium ion batteries function
20 Finding an affordable way to use graphene is the key to its success
21 Researchers create 'nanofiber gusher'
22 Scientists watch quantum dots 'breathe' in response to stress
23 Researchers use the latest in nanotechnology and transdermal drug delivery to take on an old problem: acne
24 What happens when a quantum dot looks in a mirror?
25 Plasmonic ceramic materials key to advances in nanophotonics for extreme operational conditions
26 Synchronised rotations of molecules for novel investigations
27 Superconductivity's turning point from niche to mass markets
28 How rocket science may improve kidney dialysis
29 Real-time holographic displays one step closer to reality
30 Data structures influence speed of quantum search in unexpected ways
31 Winter hack: Textured rubber that grips slick, icy surfaces
32 Nanospheres cooled with light to explore the limits of quantum physics
33 LHC experiments join forces to zoom in on the Higgs boson
34 Light as puppeteer
35 The new frontier in plasma medicine
36 Superradiant matter: A new paradigm to explore dynamic phase transitions
37 Beating cyber criminals with quantum solutions
38 New optical materials break digital connectivity barriers
39 Detection of mini black holes at the LHC could indicate parallel universes in extra dimensions
40 Quantum computing now one step closer with defect-free logic gate
41 Researchers discover first manganese based superconductor
42 Superconductivity breakthroughs: Cuprates earn their stripes
43 Scientists invent new way to control light, critical for next gen of super fast computing
44 Explainer: What are fundamental particles?
45 Wind farms perform best when the sun is out
46 Superfast computers a step closer as a silicon chip's quantum capabilities are improved
47 First proof of isolated attosecond pulse generation at the carbon K-edge
48 New transitory form of silica observed
49 Study of interaction among three objects in peculiar resonant systems uncovers an unexpected universality
50 Theoretical framework enables more accurate estimation of elementary particle properties
51 Dawn breaks over distant Ceres...and perhaps signs of habitability
52 Polar bear mauls tourist as eclipse junkies head to Arctic
53 Vision quest: Curator catalogs the world's oldest telescopes
54 Successful test flights for Mars landing technology
55 Sky gazers flock to remote islands for total solar eclipse
56 Hubble explores the mysteries of UGC 8201
57 Team suggests sublimating ice to propel CubeSats
58 Could water have carved channels on Mars half a million years ago?
59 Selfie generation warned over eclipse peril
60 MESSENGER's endgame: Hover campaign promises bird's-eye view of Mercury's surface
61 Danes taking to the skies to secure best seat for solar eclipse
62 Milky Way's center unveils supernova 'dust factory'
63 Theoretical study suggests huge lava tubes could exist on moon
64 NASA image: Astronaut spacesuit testing for orion spacecraft
65 Protecting Earth from space weather
66 Solar eclipses and the middle ages
67 Dazzled by the bright Southern Lights
68 Search for extraterrestrial intelligence extends to new realms
69 Could the death star destroy a planet?
70 Magical views from top of the world for solar eclipse
71 Comet probe Rosetta detects the 'most wanted molecule'
72 Ring of light: Total eclipse over Svalbard islands in Arctic (Images)
73 Unusual asteroid suspected of spinning to explosion
74 Millions across Britain enjoy partial solar eclipse
75 The mystery of nanoflares
76 Robotic materials: Changing with the world around them
77 Nearly all fuel in Fukushima reactor has melted, says TEPCO
78 China web freedom group faces online disruption
79 Reuters websites blocked in China
80 Data retention plan amended for journalists, but is it enough?
81 China finally gets official PlayStations, minus some games
82 Software developer hopes to turn rehab into video game
83 An 'octopus' robot with eight limbs developed to clear rubble in Fukushima, Japan
84 UNM fuel cell research may provide electrical backup at home
85 Digital leaders blame schools for lack of female role models in tech
86 The welding system of the future is self-learning
87 Near breakthrough for thermoplastic composites in the automotive industry
88 It's too late to debate metadata
89 With 'Dead Rising,' a new approach for a game adaptation
90 Internet Explorer: Reports of its death are greatly exaggerated
91 Toyota rolls into TED with zippy new way to get around
92 Lack of effective timing signals could hamper 'Internet of things' development
93 Flight control breakthrough could lead to safer air travel
94 California taxis sue Uber, allege false advertising, unfair competition
95 Ordinary paper and pencil used to create primitive sensor
96 Apple's ResearchKit could be boon for medical research, but there are concerns
97 Pins and needles for Apple Watch app makers
98 Twitter's Sharon Ly, on closing tech's gender gap
99 Apple TV 'skinny' package likely to accelerate cord cutting
100 Review: Helios Smart battery has charging options, including the sun
101 Study into two-dimensional materials shows great potential for battery life-span improvement
102 A pinch of baking soda for better vision?
103 Inexpensive, efficient bi-metallic electrocatalysts may open floodgates for hydrogen fuel
104 Explosive Destruction System begins first stockpile project
105 Development of a novel water-splitting photocatalyst operable across the visible light spectrum
106 The ecstasy and the agony: Compression studies of MDMA
107 Study could lead to improved catalysts for producing hydrogen fuel from waste biomass
108 Oxide/carbon composites could power green metal-air batteries
109 How green tea could help improve MRIs
110 Many plastics labeled 'biodegradable' don't break down as expected