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1 From graphene hydrogels to high-performance anodes
2 Chemists claim to have solved riddle of how life began on Earth
3 The purification and characterization of ATP synthase complexes from the mitochondria of four fungal species
4 New composite material promises to displace imports from outside Europe
5 Click! That's how modern chemistry bonds nanoparticles to a substrate
6 Model captures new dynamics of corrosion damage
7 Rare-earth innovation to improve nylon manufacturing
8 Study holds great promise for advancing sustainable energy
9 Metal oxidation controlled by atomic surface steps
10 Synthesis and characterization of an important intermediate for biocatalysts
11 The taming of the shrew: Scientists decipher the spectrum of CH5+ for the first time
12 Searching for the perfect chemical
13 New test to revolutionise disease detection in people, crops and stock
14 Researchers find a way to build supermicelles from simple polymers
15 Researchers create fast-growing trees that are easier to turn into fuel
16 Better season-long nutrient supply in soybean a 'low-hanging fruit' to improve upon
17 Feds document seabird loss in North Pacific waters
18 A thoroughly urban new millipede
19 Tenth of wild bee species risk extinction in Europe
20 Healthy grain fibre helps barley resist pests
21 New genetic method promises to advance gene research and control insect pests
22 Microscope technique reveals for first time when and where proteins are made
23 Men's preference for certain body types has evolutionary roots
24 Why you should celebrate World Sparrow Day
25 Redundant egg layers can become food
26 Birds flying high over the Great Lakes have a new strategic plan
27 'Attract and kill:' Trapping malaria mosquito mums before they lay eggs
28 Mapping redox switches in cyanobacteria advances use as biofuel
29 UN urged to ensure open access to plant genomes
30 Field tests needed to help control feral cats
31 Researchers develop detailed genetic map of world wheat varieties
32 Green sea turtles recover in Florida, Mexico
33 DNA in regions far from target genes governs cell state transitions through a coordinated wave of regulatory activity
34 Mercury pollution danger for arctic ivory gulls
35 Zoo innovations has animals foraging for food
36 Study shows orangutans use their hands to make their voices deeper
37 Ethiopia torches ivory stock, vows 'zero tolerance' to poachers
38 Team studies DNA of tigers
39 New GMO potatoes, apples approved for US market
40 Out-of-wedlock childbearing increasingly common among educated women in Latin America
41 Could your email address keep job recruiters from reading your online resume?
42 What motivates men who kill police?
43 Bright but disadvantaged students are less likely to take university-favored courses
44 Buyer's remorse: Model shows people demand all that bad news
45 What food firms and investors should know about meat and poultry recalls
46 Understanding democracy and development traps using a data-driven approach
47 Family stability, not family structure, is key to education success, says study
48 For preschoolers, math means more than counting to 10
49 Traffic fatalities spike during spring break
50 The rise of the new celebrity scientists
51 Protein sequencing solves Darwinian mystery of 'strange' South American mammals
52 Scientists unknowingly tweak experiments
53 Lack of knowledge about new foreign markets hampers international success
54 The first European sea turtles became extinct due to changing sea levels
55 Kindergarten and crime: What's the link?
56 Interpersonal trust erodes over time in the online world, experts say
57 Economists count true business costs of climate change
58 Measuring student engagement could help teachers, administrators adapt strategies
59 Crocodile ancestor was top predator before dinosaurs roamed North America
60 Prehistoric stone tools bear 500,000-year-old animal residue
61 Cervantes DNA confirmation unlikely, KU expert says
62 Simple equation: Moms talking math to preschoolers equals knowledgeable kids
63 'Illusion of control' linked to higher risk taking
64 Firms don't use controversial skimming/penetration strategies to price products
65 Moral decisions can be manipulated by eye tracking
66 Researchers change human leukemia cells into harmless immune cells
67 Longer duration of breastfeeding linked with higher adult IQ and earning ability
68 Researchers discover ingredient in cough medicine may help with Type 2 diabetes
69 Researchers show how fatty acids can fight prostate cancer
70 New drug for Crohn's disease shows early promise
71 Scientists grow 'mini-lungs' to aid the study of cystic fibrosis
72 Aggressively pursuing higher social status may exact a toll on health
73 Experimental anti-cholesterol drug shows promise
74 Why people with diabetes can't buy generic insulin
75 Team finds key to making neurons from stem cells
76 Our eyes multi-task even when we don't want them to, researchers find
77 Stem cells show promise for reversing type 2 diabetes
78 Study finds being near greened vacant lots lowers heart rates
79 Slowed growth could signal Crohn's disease in kids
80 Altering brain chemistry makes us more sensitive to inequality
81 Even at a molecular level, taking it slow helps us cope with stress
82 'Missing culprit' in heart failure identified
83 How our DNA may prevent bowel cancer
84 Thinking of drinking and driving? What if your car won't let you?
85 Peak cognitive skills not strictly a feature of youth, study finds
86 Bright new hope for beating deadly hereditary stomach and breast cancers
87 First blood test for osteoarthritis could soon be available
88 Having a purpose in life may improve health of aging brain
89 Review of global guidelines for sepsis needed
90 Stinging nettle chemical improves cancer drug
91 Serious risks from common IV devices mean doctors should choose carefully, experts say
92 Two languages offer two 'minds' for bilinguals
93 Autistic and non-autistic brain differences isolated for first time
94 More than 25 percent of acne patients fail to get prescribed medications
95 Messenger probe returns detailed images of Mercury's north pole
96 Don't kill the messenger, bad news is what the people crave
97 Scientists reveal secret to tropical worm's slime attack
98 Minor planet Chiron may have a pair of rings
99 Earth had its warmest winter on record
100 'Biodegrabale' plastics not so biodegradable
101 Beetles mostly immune to mass extinction events
102 Northern Lights detected on Mars, too
103 Scientists engineer faster-growing trees ideal for biofuel
104 Burmese pythons are dominating the Everglades
105 Computer scientists invent new way to manipulate light
106 Long-lost hummingbird species rediscovered in Colombia
107 'Illusion of control' bias encourages risk taking
108 The twisted shockwaves of an exploded star
109 Love hormone makes dogs even better friends
110 Long-lost whale fossil sheds light on East Africa's evolution
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