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1 Celestial penguin the result of galactic destruction
2 Gecko skin is surprisingly un-sticky
3 Can we revive endangered languages? Should we?
4 NASA's Opportunity Mars rover completes the first extraterrestrial marathon
5 Small, cute, and extremely rare mammal rediscovered in China (+video)
6 Scientists discover frog that can change its skin's texture
7 NASA wants to orbit a small asteroid around the moon
8 Recovered from rocket explosion, astronaut badges set to fly again
9 Square ice: Has science perfected the snowflake?
10 Kitchen science: The secret colors in milk, fire, and black markers
11 What is dark matter made of? Galaxy cluster collisions offer clues.
12 NASA wants to pluck a boulder from an asteroid. But which asteroid?
13 Antarctic ice shelf melt accelerating, study finds
14 How to put out a fire using nothing but bass (+video)
15 Astronaut twin Scott Kelly begins #YearInSpace: Why that long? (+video)
16 Hidden fossil site yields bizarre 500-million-year-old predator
17 US, Russian astronauts begin one-year space mission
18 Bats obey traffic rules, study says
19 West Antarctica's ice shelves thinning fast, study finds
20 Pandas are actually pretty gregarious, study finds
21 Papua New Guinea earthquake causes 1-inch tsunami. No injuries reported.
22 Angelina Jolie Pitt's Surgery: Why She Had Her Ovaries Removed
23 Shape-Shifting Frog Can Change Its Skin Texture
24 Angelina Jolie Pitt's Decision: What Are the Options?
25 Reference: Empirical Evidence: A Definition
26 Repeated Use of Antibiotics May Raise Diabetes Risk
27 Snow Melting 16 Days Earlier in Wyoming Mountains
28 6 Crazy Skills that Prove Geckos Are Amazing
29 Kids with Autism Are More Likely to Have Gastrointestinal Problems
30 Ebola Cases in West Africa Reach Low for 2015
31 More Infidelity Uncovered in King Richard III's Family Tree
32 Gorgeous Satellite Image Reveals Galloping Antarctic Glacier
33 Ebola Death Rates Vary Widely by Age Group
34 Angelina Jolie Pitt's Surgery: What Are the Risks of Early Menopause?
35 Reference: What Is a Law in Science?
36 Reference: What Is Algebra?
37 Reference: What Are Microwaves?
38 Reference: What Is Infrared?
39 Proving Einstein Wrong with 'Spooky' Quantum Experiment
40 Are Smart Pills & Brain Zapping Risky? Bioethicists Weigh In
41 Antarctica's Supersized Icebergs Shut Down Currents
42 Reference: Human Brain: Facts, Anatomy & Mapping Project
43 Richard III Gets a Regal Tomb 530 Years After His Death
44 Ebola 'Supervirus' Is Unlikely, Experts Say
45 Birds' Foldable Wings Could Inspire Nimble Drones
46 Garmin Swim Review: Swim-Tracker Watch
47 Swimovate PoolMate Live Review: Swim Tracker
48 Suunto Ambit3 Sport Review: Multisport GPS Watch
49 Best Fitness Trackers for Swimmers: 2015 Guide
50 Deadly Oklahoma Twister Ends Slow Start to Tornado Season
51 Unlocking the Brain, Earth's Most Complex Biological Structure (Essay)
52 Woolly Mammoth DNA Inserted into Elephant Cells
53 Virus-Crafted Metal Nano-Sponges Boost Boiling
54 Elaborate 'Red Lady' Grave Yields Secrets of Ice-Age Culture
55 Medieval Parasite-Filled Poop Found in Jerusalem Latrine
56 Quantum Record! 3,000 Atoms Entangled in Bizarre State
57 Antarctica's Ice Shelves Are Thinning Fast
58 Building a Better Weapon Against Bacteria (Op-Ed)
59 Are Tools for Tweaking Embryonic Cells Ethical? (Op-Ed)
60 Ancient 4-Eyed Predator Wielded Wicked Toothy Claws
61 Kitty Litter to Blame for Nuclear Waste Leak
62 5 Reasons Radiation Treatment has Never Been Safer (Op-Ed)
63 This Device Records Your Snores to Track Your Sleep
64 Liftoff! US, Russia Launch Historic One-Year Space Mission
65 Germanwings Crash: Mental Illness Alone Does Not Explain Co-Pilot's Behavior
66 New Evidence May Identify Mystery Object at Milky Way Galaxy's Core
67 Must Cockpits Remain Deadlocked Between Safety and Security? (Op-Ed)
68 Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
69 How Particle Accelerator Math Helped Me Fix My Wi-Fi
70 'Super' Termite Hybrid May Wreak Havoc on Florida
71 Aral Sea Looks like a Painting from Space
72 Egyptians Brewed Beer in Tel Aviv 5,000 Years Ago
73 Family Income Could Affect Kids' Brain Structures, Study Finds
74 Climate modellers take tropical approach
75 Widely used herbicide linked to cancer
76 US government seeks sites for nuclear-waste storage
77 An inside look at the first pig biobank
78 'Beautiful mind' John Nash adds Abel Prize to his Nobel
79 Biotech boot camp
80 CERN battles short circuit behind LHC delay
81 Website recruits people to share health data for studies
82 Graphene sandwich makes new form of ice
83 Astronaut twins study raises questions about genetic privacy
84 Bumblebee study called into question
85 Gene counsellors expect resurgence of 'Jolie effect'
86 Ebola's fast evolution questioned
87 Experts struggle to confirm archaeological damage in Iraq
88 Concern raised over payment for fast-track peer review
89 Global-warming limit of 2íC hangs in the balance
90 Rate that journal
91 Researchers chafe at halt of psychiatric trials
92 Budget restrictions bite for Europe's space mission hopefuls
93 Poverty shrinks brains from birth
94 Rethinking the brain
95 Applied prestige
96 About time
97 Leadership: Ten tips for choosing an academic chair
98 Agriculture: Increase water harvesting in Africa
99 Sustainability: Five steps for managing Europe's forests
100 This Virus Can 'Choose' How it Mutates to Live in a Hostile World
101 Short-Circuit Stalls LHC's Powerful Restart
102 Fish Sperm Make Excellent Flame Retardants
103 Scientists May Be Able to Bring Back Extinct Woolly Mammoth
104 Diverse Human Body Size Emerged Earlier than Previously Thought
105 Ancient Lobster-Like Predator Discovered in Canada
106 In Vietnam, Rampant Wildlife Smuggling Prompts Little Concern
107 A Struggle to Save the Scaly Pangolin
108 The Condition Cancer Research Is In
109 Parsing Ronald Reagan's Words for Early Signs of Alzheimer's
110 A World Shared with H.I.V.