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1 Light-emitting fork made with sprayed LEC technology
2 Mesoporous particles for the development of drug delivery system safe to human bodies
3 What happens inside a membrane
4 Uncovering the real history of art using a graphene scanner
5 Natural plant chemicals could help fight tooth decay, study shows
6 Toward 'green' paper-thin, flexible electronics
7 Defects can 'Hulk-up' materials: Properly managed damage can boost material thermoelectric performances
8 Zirconium-based metal-organic framework rapidly and efficiently degrades nerve agents
9 Textiles with metal-organic framework materials adsorb and degrade chemical warfare agents
10 Modern alchemy: Chemists devise synthesis of valuable exotic compounds
11 New antibody insecticide targets malaria mosquito
12 Brains, Genes, and Primates: The future of higher research on the planet of the apes
13 Study demonstrates that octopus's skin possesses same cellular mechanism for detecting light as its eyes do
14 Case on rights of orangutan moving in Argentina court
15 NZ ancestry study to sample DNA of ex-pats in London
16 New insight into lethal fungus infection in wildlife
17 Supercomputer unlocks the secrets of plant cells to create more resilient crops
18 Scientists announce top 10 new species for 2015
19 Research team heads to Antarctic to get icy insight into how brain adapts to temperature change
20 Genetic maps help conservation managers maintain healthy bears
21 Orchid seductress ropes in unsuspecting males
22 Field study shows how a GM crop can have diminishing success at fighting off insect pest
23 Snake-charmed: Eastern diamondback rattlesnakes' quest for fire
24 The Neanderthal dawn chorus
25 Crows, like humans, store their tools when not in use
26 Plant receptors with built-in decoys make pathogens betray themselves
27 New biotechnology for high efficiency purification of live human cells
28 Social structure 'helps birds avoid a collision course'
29 Bacteria cooperate to repair damaged siblings
30 For pollock surveys in Alaska, things are looking up
31 New model predicts fish population response to dams, other ecological factors
32 Our bond with dogs may go back more than 27,000 years
33 Thunder god vine used in traditional Chinese medicine is a potential obesity treatment
34 Mosquito sex-determining gene could help fight dengue fever
35 Partly human yeast show a common ancestor's lasting legacy
36 How archetypal myths shape the way people think about science
37 Museum defends artist's call for drugs to fuel teens' creativity
38 Paleontologists discover the first dinosaur fossil in Washington state
39 John Glenn: Evolution should be taught in schools
40 Oldest-known stone tools pre-date Homo
41 Professor seeks retraction of Science article he co-authored
42 Religious feeling influences new product uptake
43 Researchers release new version of global economic database
44 Digging deep to unearth success in mining ventures
45 Feeling the pain and joys of commuting
46 Researchers help people with disabilities raise employment expectations
47 Cost of wages and lack of competence the greatest obstacles to productivity improvement
48 Report on expanded success initiative points to changes in schools
49 US House Republicans vote to restrict research funding
50 Case of Guatemalans at Iowa plant reflects desperation amid globalization
51 A handful of Bronze-Age men could have fathered two thirds of Europeans
52 We have difficulty understanding the world map's edge
53 The maths of congestion--springs, strings and traffic jams
54 Publisher pushback puts open access in peril
55 Emoticons may signal better customer service
56 Study: Hey, advertising and marketing pros! Before you 'go thin,' think again
57 The flight of the oryx: Doha, an emerging, well-connected knowledge hub
58 The Bronze Age Egtved Girl was not from Denmark
59 Protest activity can be predicted by social media, study finds
60 Requiem for ancient tongue worm: New species of intruder discovered
61 Pilot clinical trial finds injected immune cells safe in multiple myeloma patients
62 Why Big Pharma is not addressing the failure of antidepressants
63 Genome study reveals patterns and properties of human de novo mutations
64 People with depression may be more likely to develop Parkinson's disease
65 New studies contradict earlier findings on Rett syndrome
66 Study finds biomarker may boost ovarian cancer chemotherapy response
67 Common mutation linked to heart disease
68 New study challenges claims on aldehyde content of third generation e-cigarettes
69 Re-engineered antibiotic shows potential for treatment of drug-resistant bacteria
70 Researchers identify mechanisms linking early adversity, disease later in life
71 Shining a new light on the immune system
72 Owning a pet dog can help parents of children with autism
73 Fine particulate air pollution associated with increased risk of childhood autism
74 Fertility treatments and mental health among the wealthy
75 Dental researchers find some immune cells change to prolong inflammation
76 Hiding your true colors may make you feel morally tainted
77 Anti-stroke drug effective treatment for middle-ear infections, researchers say
78 Over 4 million working Americans suffer from anxiety disorders
79 Researchers discover molecular approach to promote cancer cell death
80 EBV co-infection may boost malaria mortality in childhood
81 Ossur to announce clinical trials for implanted myoelectric sensors for brain-controlled prosthetics
82 Obese teens' brains unusually susceptible to food commercials, study finds
83 Why you need one vaccine for measles and many for the flu
84 Memories influence choice of food
85 Scientists turn blood into neural cells
86 Using healthy skin to identify cancer's origins
87 Clinical trial shows intuitive control of robotic arm using thought (w/ Video)
88 New chemical technology boosts potency of targeted cancer therapy
89 Switching off brain circuit renders mice 'out of touch' with environment
90 Scientists unveil prostate cancer's 'Rosetta Stone'
91 Indian Ocean may be key to global warming 'hiatus'
92 Engineered yeast paves way for home-brew heroin
93 Artificial intelligence joins hunt for human--animal diseases
94 US science academies take on human-genome editing
95 Reproducibility crisis: Blame it on the antibodies
96 Panda guts not suited to digesting bamboo
97 Billion-dollar particle collider gets thumbs up
98 'Young blood' anti-aging mechanism called into question
99 Russia turns screw on science foundation
100 Quantum physics: What is really real?
101 Congress seeks to quash patent trolls
102 Potential flaws in genomics paper scrutinized on Twitter
103 Deepwater Horizon oil spill linked to Gulf of Mexico dolphin deaths
104 US lawmakers advance controversial science-policy bill
105 Artificial-windpipe surgeon committed misconduct
106 Russian scientists cut off from Springer journals
107 Ancient wolf genome pushes back dawn of the dog
108 'Stable' region of Antarctica is melting
109 Global ocean trawl reveals plethora of new lifeforms
110 Alzheimer's origins tied to rise of human intelligence