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1 How does the brain recognize faces from minimal information?
2 Starfish that clone themselves live longer
3 'Bystander effect' seen in chimps that only react when one of their own group is harmed
4 Combination approach holds great promise for treating many other cancers
5 Antarctic life: Highly diverse, unusually structured
6 Messier 87 has swallowed an entire galaxy in the last billion years
7 Palaeontologists name 200-million-year-old dinosaur, Sefapanosaurus
8 Newly found ring of teeth uncovers what common ancestor of molting animals looked like
9 Three Ebola virus variants identified in Guinea
10 Regions of bird's brain likely duplicated at least 29 million years ago
11 E2F4 signature can predict progression of bladder cancer
12 Requiring documentation of antibiotic indication improves overall usage
13 Therapy affects the brain of people with Tourette Syndrome
14 A novel DNA damage alarm
15 Computer vision and mobile technology could help blind people 'see'
16 Researchers grow neurons in 3-D
17 Weight loss, combined with vitamin D, reduces inflammation linked to cancer, chronic disease
18 Scientists restore normal function in heart muscle cells of diabetic rats
19 Thousands of droplets for diagnostics
20 New breath test for pneumonia
21 Researchers question what happens in the brain when we think
22 Old beliefs upended as dementia research yields new locations for word, sentence comprehension
23 Fructose produces less rewarding sensations in the brain
24 Report examines the difference between normal, abnormal emotion in how we diagnose depression
25 Scientists discover key role for neuromodulator in auditory function
26 Small 'proof of principle' study may lead to reliable screening tests
27 Study examines Cesarean section delivery, autism spectrum disorder
28 Rare neurons enable mental flexibility
29 How our brains can form first impressions quickly
30 Single gene controls fish brain size, intelligence
31 In ERs, UTIs and STIs in women misdiagnosed, even mixed up nearly half the time
32 New research links vitamin supplement to pimply skin
33 Color of urine to be valid gauge for hydration in children, researcher finds
34 Girls at higher risk for overuse injuries in high school sports
35 Adolescents uncertain about risks of marijuana, e-cigarettes, study finds
36 More men pursue science and engineering jobs because they readily overestimate how good they are in sums
37 Do you do more than run in your Nikes? If so, you might not like them
38 'Fitness' foods may cause consumers to eat more, exercise less
39 Getting children to embrace healthy food
40 Risk factors identified for women more likely to have problems
41 Breakthrough graphene production could trigger revolution in artificial skin development
42 First certified efficiency of 15% in perovskite solar cells with area of over 1 square cm
43 New nanotechnology drug to control blindness
44 New conductive ink for electronic apparel
45 Chameleon-like clothing: World's first full-color, flexible, skin-like display
46 Designing crack-resistant metals
47 One-stop flights are a big contributor to global connectivity
48 Monitoring Chinese industry 4.0 technology and patents
49 Spintronics advance brings wafer-scale quantum devices closer to reality
50 Unlocking fermentation secrets open door to new biofuels
51 Observations of one billion years after Big Bang: New stage in galactic lifecycle discovered
52 'Behemoth' bleeding atmosphere around a warm Neptune-sized exoplanet
53 How the brightest lights in the universe 'flicker'
54 Neutron star's echoes give astronomers a new measuring stick
55 Black holes may make ideal dark matter labs
56 Nonphotosynthetic pigments could be biosignatures of life on other worlds
57 Astronomers have solved a mystery over small, unusually hot blue stars, 10 times hotter than our Sun
58 Is salt the key to unlocking the interiors of Neptune and Uranus?
59 Planet Mars behaving like a rock star
60 Astronomers discover 854 ultra-dark galaxies in the famous Coma Cluster
61 Eddies pull carbon emissions into deep ocean, new model simulates complex process
62 New polymer-piezoelectric hybrid creates potential for 'materials that compute'
63 Could 'virtual reality' treat alcoholism?
64 Iris recognition gives smartphone users more security options, expert says
65 Robust new process forms 3-D shapes from flat sheets of graphene
66 New ultralow-power circuit improves efficiency of energy harvesting to more than 80 percent
67 New technique creates multi-layered, self-assembled grids with fully customizable shapes and compositions
68 The physics of swimming fish
69 Mirror-like display creates rich color pixels by harnessing ambient light
70 Multi-year research project aims to give a measure of independence to paralyzed people
71 Past water patterns drive present wading bird numbers
72 Breeders select for trait to conserve drinkable water
73 Antarctic sponges: DNA barcoding discloses diversity
74 To the rescue: Helping threatened Mediterranean sea turtles
75 Porcupines can't jump: Camera traps in the forest canopy reveal dwarf porcupine behavior
76 Lovebird rotates head 2700 degrees per second while turning, minimizing blind spots
77 First species of yeti crab from hydrothermal vent systems near Antarctica described
78 New coral pigments could have use in biomedical imaging applications
79 New understanding of how antibiotics are linked to bacterial tolerance could lead to more effective antibiotics
80 New lichen species discovered in city of Boulder
81 Distributed technique for power 'scheduling' advances smart grid concept
82 Costs of residential energy efficiency investments are double the benefits
83 A bacterial method for the low-cost, environmentally-friendly synthesis of aqueous soluble quantum dot nanocrystals
84 New high-strength steel could help automakers improve fuel efficiency
85 Below-average 'dead zone' predicted for Chesapeake Bay in 2015
86 Scientists persuade volcanoes to tell their stories
87 Single-catalyst water splitter produces clean-burning hydrogen 24/7
88 Sudden shift in 'forcing' led to demise of Laurentide ice sheet
89 Darwin's finches have reached their limits on the Galapagos Islands
90 Fifty chemicals the public is exposed to on a daily basis may trigger cancer when combined
91 Forgotten fossil indicates earlier origin of teeth
92 Dinosaur tracks reconstructed
93 Rodents of unusual size are 17 times more likely on islands than elsewhere
94 Evolutionary 'arms race' between caterpillars, cabbage plants helped form present-day butterfly, plant species
95 New radiocarbon dating of bird remains from New Mexico site suggest that long-distance trade networks began at least 150 years earlier than thought
96 An early European had a close Neanderthal ancestor
97 Genomics holds key to understanding ecological, evolutionary processes
98 Access to electricity is linked to reduced sleep
99 Sixth mass extinction is here: Humanity's existence threatened
100 First direct experimental evidence for the rapid synthesis of two classes of proteins necessary to create the first life on Earth
101 Geography is destiny in deaths from kidney failure, study shows
102 Living in an area with noisy road traffic may reduce life expectancy, according to new research
103 Whooping cough resurgence due to vaccinated people not knowing they're infectious?
104 Dietary guidelines for Americans shouldn't place limits on total fat intake
105 Drawn to an appealing poster, people buy something nearby
106 In social networks, group boundaries promote the spread of ideas, study finds
107 Conservatives demonstrate more self control than Liberals, studies suggest
108 Manning up: Men may overcompensate when their masculinity is threatened
109 Prevalence of overweight, obesity in the United States
110 Most women with early-stage breast cancer undergo imaging for metastatic cancer despite guidelines
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