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1 How Burmese pythons grow and shrink after eating
2 Youthful plasticity restored to adult mice brains
3 Panda gut bacteria can't digest bamboo
4 Early snakes were nocturnal, had tiny hindlimbs
5 Why mollusk shell designs are genius
6 Archaeologists find first dinosaur fossil in Washington
7 Flooding may have caused the fall of ancient US city
8 Mountain gorilla moms avoid inbreeding
9 Woof: Human-dog bond may be older than we thought
10 So...it literally rained spiders in Australia
11 Severe weather potentially linked to Arctic warming, says study
12 World's oldest stone tools predate first humans
13 Bronze Age 'Egtved Girl' probably not Danish; travelled extensively
14 Cold swimmer 'terrifies' his body into heating up
15 The Eastern diamondback snake's quest for fire
16 Intelligent lifeforms already among us: How should we treat them? Part II
17 Alaska's walrus cam is back--in high def
18 Savannas help to slow climate change
19 Birds shake nuts to choose the best ones
20 Researchers create human-yeast hybrid to study genetics
21 Wolf spiders 'sing' to win the hearts of mates
22 Corkscrew planets spiral between two stars
23 Why astronauts are super hot: experiment
24 Venus-exploring inflatable aircraft may soon be developed
25 What does it take to be an astronaut?
26 How close are we to finding aliens?
27 New technique could help find life on Mars
28 Why do galaxies die?
29 redOrbit exclusive: How religions view aliens
30 What's up with the balancing rocks on this comet?
31 Researchers find new, impossible type of galaxy
32 Janus: The loneliest moon in the solar system
33 Advanced Ligo's hunt for gravitational waves could revolutionize astronomy
34 New Horizons may carry crowdsourced message to aliens
35 Astronomers witness supernova crash into star
36 US Air Force launches next secret mission of X-37B
37 Scientist: Aliens will be bear-sized
38 'Never before seen' star behavior observed by Hubble
39 The ultimate stargazing playlist
40 Does non-water-based life exist?
41 Could a manned mission to Pluto work?
42 New fingerprint test detects cocaine use
43 Graphene production improved with new method
44 Google bringing self-driving cars to local roads
45 Tiny beamsplitter could lead to super fast computing
46 Bladeless wind turbines are on the way
47 US military announces micro-drone swarm vehicles
48 The hoverbike is coming in 2017
49 Cellphone bans improve school test scores
50 Tiny microbes have power to clean waterways
51 Want a new laptop? Just break your old one, study says
52 Could excessive gaming increase Alzheimer's risk?
53 L'Oreal to 3D print skin
54 New system reduces mobile gaming data use
55 Car seat device saves kids left in hot cars
56 Your next password could be your brain waves
57 Meet Arduboy, the credit card-sized Gameboy
58 'Terminator' liquid metal antenna created
59 redOrbit reviews: Disney's 'Tomorrowland'
60 US Army creates new "Ballistic Wallpaper"
61 Single-molecule diodes: A major step in miniaturizing electronics
62 Homebrewed drugs made possible with engineered yeast
63 These 8 things before bed can ruin sleep
64 Social influence leads to riskier decisions
65 Concussions linked to shrinking brains in former NFL players
66 Analyzing the emotions of hitmen
67 Dads more likely to speak to babies like adults, study finds
68 Lucid dreaming: What, how, and why?
69 Love hormone, alcohol affect the brain similarly
70 Are high heels bad for you?
71 Gene mutation found to delay puberty
72 We're shaped by nature or nurture? Study answers
73 Sense of self placement influences decision-making
74 First-ever 3D film of 'killer' T cells wrecking cancer
75 How a smiling iron fish could help cure anemia
76 Does 'faking it' make you feel immoral?
77 Computer-designed antibodies to help fight HIV
78 Is fish oil really good for you?
79 Caffeinated coffee may help reduce ED risk
80 Mother's milk shields infants from pollution
81 FDA approves acute radiation injury drug
82 Noise pollution linked to love handles, study finds
83 Why we should spend more time with our parents
84 Educational Program Helps Students Thrive in a Digital World
85 Dead Man Medical Examiner: Man Wakes Up on Way to Morgue, Shocks Medic
86 Amazon Rainforest's 'Hidden Tapestry' of Plant-Based Chemicals Revealed
87 Madagascar Panther Chameleon Population Actually Composed of 11 Unique Species, Finding Sheds Light on Region's Rich Biodiversity
88 Horses Show Emotion Based on the Frequency of Their Neighs (Whinnies)
89 Planet Formation: Large Dust Grains Evident in Star-Forming Regions, Galactic Building Blocks Older than Astronomers Thought
90 Single-Molecule Diode Could Lead to Breakthroughs in Nanoscale Devices
91 Mars' Auroras Would Likely Appear Brilliant Green to Future Red Planet Explorers
92 Galapagos Volcano Erupts After 33 Years of Inactivity
93 Endangered Lemurs Live Life Led by the Ladies, Matriarchy Rules for the Oldest Primates (VIDEO)
94 Dark Matter and Dwarf Galaxies Interpreted to Solve the 'Small Scale Crisis,' According to Rutgers
95 Lassa Fever Kills New Jersey Man Days After He Returns from Liberia
96 Poop-Powered Bus Sets Land Speed Record in U.K.
97 Google Doodle Honors Sally Ride, the First Woman in Space (VIDEO)
98 Europa's Jupiter-Facing Side Revealed in High-Resolution Mosaic
99 Hyperlens Shaped like a Slinky Could Help Detect Lethal Cancers
100 Charter Nearing Deal to Acquire Time Warner Cable [REPORT]
101 New Emojis: Bacon, Selfie and More Will Be Added to Your Phone Emojis in 2016
102 Charlie Charlie Challenge: Twitter Users Try Summoning Demon in this Latest Online Craze
103 Apple's Jony Ive Promoted to Chief Design Officer
104 Android M: Google Photo App Detail Leak
105 'Pac-Man' Coming to Mobile Devices this Summer
106 Twitter Trying to Buy FlipBoard for More than $1 Billion, Report Says
107 Windows Releases Cortana, Companion App for iOS and Android
108 Charter Communications Seeks to Acquire Time Warner Cable in $56 Billion Deal
109 Google Reveals that Security Questions Aren't Reliable
110 Samsung Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge Unveiled
111 Breast-Fed Babies Are Better Protected Against Environmental Pollution, Study Finds
112 SIDS Deaths: Babies Living at High Altitudes Have Increased Risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Study Finds
113 Why Do Good People Do Bad Things? Study Shows Anticipating Temptation Could Prevent Unethical Decisions
114 Florida Woman Released from Jail After Finally Agreeing to Have Her Son Circumcised
115 Diabetes Speeds up Progression of Alzheimer's Disease by up to 40 Percent
116 Dyslexia is Not Caused by Eyesight Problems, Study Finds
117 Silicon Valley: Techies Too Busy to Eat; Raise Demand for Protein Supplements
118 Lassa Fever Kills New Jersey Man Days After He Returns from Liberia
119 Pain-Sensing Gene Could Lead to the Development of Powerful Painkillers
120 Obamacare Premiums Could Increase Up to 51%
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