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1 Facebook strips smiles from fake 'like' sellers
2 ARM set to improve battery life for Internet of Things devices
3 iRobot and Observatory in dispute over radio frequency for use with robot lawnmower
4 New Google security chief looks for balance with privacy
5 Samsung removes logo on smartphones in Japan
6 Quantum dot TVs are unveiled at China tech expo
7 DOJ, FBI acknowledge flawed testimony from unit
8 Switzerland to test drone postal deliveries
9 Germany still has some way to go to 'smart factories'
10 OrangeSec pair said Cortana visited Android
11 Tesla struggling to electrify China car market
12 Researcher denied flight after tweet poking United security
13 Developing a robotic therapist for children
14 Researcher studies the hacker mind
15 Automating logistics for the factory of the future
16 Pakistan cyber bill threatens free speech, privacy: rights groups
17 Team accelerates commercialization of foam forming technology
18 Global, Chinese automakers debut new car models
19 Drone used to drop beneficial bugs on corn crop
20 The potential for robots to perform human jobs
21 We don't need digital detox, but there is a need to rethink our relationship with technology
22 Insects inspire next generation of hearing aids
23 Raytheon buys cybersecurity firm in $1.9 billion deal
24 Mother of austistic child develops 'universal language' app
25 EU gives green light for Hungarian nuclear deal with Russia
26 Technology can transfer human emotions to your palm through air, say scientists
27 Japan robot receptionist welcomes shoppers
28 Chipless tracker could transform barcode industry
29 ESPN says Verizon's new FiOS TV packages violate agreements
30 University group reveals geo-inference attack threat that uses browser cache to reveal user location
31 Beyond the touchscreen: Researchers develop acoustically driven controls for smartphones
32 Twitter expands privacy on direct messages
33 Musk approached Google on Tesla sale in 2013: book
34 Innovation boosts Wi-Fi bandwidth tenfold
35 IBM earnings dip as sales fall again
36 Cobalt film a clean-fuel find
37 Shape-shifting molecule tricks viruses into mutating themselves to death
38 Scientists develop mesh that captures oil--but lets water through
39 Kimchi-based preservative used in cosmetics is not so natural
40 New materials repel oil underwater, could better clean up oil spills
41 New materials repel oil underwater, could better clean up oil spills
42 Biocompatible, antimicrobial coating shown to limit bacterial growth
43 A new 'metrics toolkit' to measure and evaluate how green a chemical reaction is
44 Project for computational screening of molecules could accelerate electrolyte discovery
45 Discovery changes how scientists examine rarest elements of periodic table
46 Chemistry set pencils can turn life-saving tests into child's play
47 Simple method for selective bioconjugation of native proteins
48 Major advance in artificial photosynthesis poses win/win for the environment
49 Researchers show soft sides with layered fabric 3-D printer
50 Monitoring the mechanosynthesis of cage compounds suitable for storing gases
51 Beyond the lithium ion--a significant step toward a better performing battery
52 Researchers formulate new yogurts with high protein content and higher satiating capacity
53 Video: A somber anniversary: 100 years of chemical weapons
54 Metal-organic-frameworks provide new catalyst material for industry
55 Engineers introduce design that mimics nature's camouflage
56 Sugar structure: Not as sweet as it seems
57 Chemists create modular system for placing proteins on membranes
58 Electron transfer challenges common fluorescence technique
59 Better battery imaging paves way for renewable energy future
60 Plausibility of the vibrational theory of smell
61 Sugary, shipwrecked champagne reveals history of 19th-century winemaking
62 New lab technique reveals structure and function of proteins critical in DNA repair
63 Telling the time of day by color
64 New England Aquarium offering penguins 'honeymoon suites'
65 Fish detection system for toxins wins Chinese company invention award
66 Kids of Cold War crocs going to Cuba on conservation mission
67 Researchers identify genetic regulatory networks that influence poplar wood formation
68 Dolphins from Southern European waters accumulate pollutants in their bodies
69 A new perspective on veterinary trauma cases in Ooty, India
70 Thai customs seize African elephant tusks worth $6mn
71 How smart roads can help koalas beat traffic
72 Carnabys adjust to foreign plants for feeding and shelter
73 Vascular cells can fuse with themselves
74 Climate change threatens more than two-thirds of rabbit species
75 Research highlights the importance of 'self-DNA' for maintaining diversity among species
76 Down to three wolves on Isle Royale
77 Big surprises underground for plant scientists
78 Key element in bacterial immune system discovered
79 Agency proposes lifting protections for most humpback whales
80 Big butts aren't everything to male baboons
81 Genetic road map may bring about better cotton crops
82 Scientists describe protein pumps that allow bacteria to resist drugs
83 The overlooked third man
84 Vampire squid discovery shows how little we know of the deep sea
85 Decreasing biodiversity affects productivity of remaining plants
86 Why everything you've heard about women and negotiation might be wrong
87 Dental calculus analysis reveals mushrooms were consumed as early as the Upper Palaeolithic
88 Textual analysis of the rhetoric behind extremist Marine Le Pen's mainstream success
89 Palaeolithic remains prove cannibalistic habits of human ancestors
90 Rare tidal movements expose Kimberley dinosaur tracks
91 Literacy app improves school readiness in at-risk preschoolers
92 Study links brain anatomy, academic achievement, and family income
93 Same-sex couples arranging civil partnerships encounter hostility from families and the public, research says
94 Group wants to bring back Native Hawaiian burial traditions
95 A call to US educators: Learn from Canada
96 College rankings go under the microscope
97 Study evaluates the influence of college experiences on career outcomes
98 For many US teachers, the classroom is a lonely place
99 Schools must track academic progress of homeless students, researchers argue
100 Leaders who can read the crowd do better
101 The neuroscience of consumer choice
102 Chemistry Ph.D. student illustrates her thesis in comic book
103 Genres in writing: A new path to English language learning
104 Expert offers advice on how to 'pitch' a good research idea
105 Science of learning can help parents, developers grade educational apps
106 Deep national history of immigration predicts wide cultural comfort displaying emotion
107 Best of Last Week--Dark matter maybe not so dark, chance of asteroid strike and statins increasing diabetes risk
108 Oldest fossils controversy resolved
109 A better grasp of primate grip
110 Pill-taking can be less yucky for kids, study review finds