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1 Scientists demonstrate first color-tunable and first graphene-based LED
2 Reshaping the solar spectrum to turn light to electricity
3 Wafer-thin material heralds future of wearable technology
4 Superfast fluorescence sets new speed record
5 3D 'printouts' at the nanoscale using self-assembling DNA structures
6 Colloidosomes made of gold nanoparticles offer strong plasmonic coupling
7 Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?
8 Illuminating the electronic properties of graphene
9 Changing the color of light
10 Nanotechnology research leads to super-elastic conducting fibers
11 Researchers observe how nanoparticles grow when exposed to helium
12 Innovative method improves strength and modulus in carbon fibers
13 Plasmonics study suggests how to maximize production of 'hot electrons' for cheap, efficient metal-based solar cells
14 Artificial moth eyes enhance the performance of silicon solar cells
15 Researchers make scalable arrays of 'building blocks' for ultrathin electronics
16 Nanomaterials and UV light can "trap" chemicals for easy removal from soil and water
17 2D materials researchers aim 'beyond graphene'
18 Simulations lead to design of near-frictionless material
19 An easy, scalable and direct method for synthesizing graphene in silicon microelectronics
20 US Navy eyes graphene nanoribbon for ultimate power control system
21 Degrading BPA with visible light and a new hybrid photocatalyst
22 Rare form: Novel structures built from DNA emerge
23 Scientists propose 3D graphene-like 'hyper-honeycomb' structures
24 Property of non-stick pans improves solar cell efficiency
25 Scientists develop method that creates nanowires with new useful properties
26 Researchers build bacteria's photosynthetic engine
27 Scientists unlock secrets of stars through aluminium
28 Rogue wave theory to save ships
29 Physicists close in on world's most sensitive resonators
30 Researchers demonstrate the world's first white lasers
31 Japanese team fires world's most powerful laser
32 Short wavelength plasmons observed in nanotubes
33 Lobster-Eye imager detects soft X-ray emissions
34 'Expansion entropy': A new litmus test for chaos?
35 Enlisting symmetry to protect quantum states from disruptions
36 Time-symmetric formulation of quantum theory provides new understanding of causality and free choice
37 Oxygen atoms create detailed architectures in uranium dioxide, altering our understanding of corrosion
38 Transforming living cells into tiny lasers
39 New blow for 'supersymmetry' physics theory
40 Twin discoveries, 'eerie' effect may lead to manufacturing advances
41 Researchers predict material with record-setting melting point
42 Smaller, faster, cheaper: A new type of modulator for the future of data transmission
43 Quantum networks: Back and forth are not equal distances
44 Scientists harvest energy from beam's self-induced, self-sustaining vibrations in airflow
45 Young scientist discovers magnetic material unnecessary to create spin current
46 Tic toc: Why pendulums swing in harmony
47 Penn researchers discover new chiral property of silicon, with photonic applications
48 The mystery of the instant noodle chromosomes
49 N/A
50 Controlling interactions between distant qubits
51 Brown dwarf stars host powerful aurora displays, astronomers discover
52 Dense star clusters shown to be binary black hole factories
53 NASA Mars orbiter preparing for Mars lander's 2016 arrival
54 First detection of lithium from an exploding star
55 New names and insights at Ceres
56 'Bathtub rings' suggest Titan's dynamic seas
57 Born-again planetary nebula
58 Hiding in plain sight: Undergraduates discover the densest galaxies known
59 Dust pillars of destruction reveal impact of cosmic wind on galaxy evolution
60 We will find organic materials on Asteroid Bennu, says OSIRIS-REx principal investigator
61 The search for molecular oxygen among cosmic oxygen atoms
62 Hubble looks in on a galactic nursery
63 Fossil star clusters reveal their age
64 China launches two satellites as it builds GPS rival
65 NASA's New Horizons team finds haze, flowing ice on Pluto
66 What's up with Ceres' mysterious bright spots? Reply hazy, ask again later
67 How an accidental discovery became the key to understanding the universe
68 NASA's Curiosity rover inspects unusual bedrock
69 Simulated map of missing satellite galaxies could answer dark matter puzzle
70 Image: July 23, 1999, Chandra X-ray Observatory awaits deployment
71 China starts assembling world's biggest radio telescope
72 NASA discovers Earth-like planet orbiting 'cousin' of Sun
73 Sunny, with a chance of nuclear bullets
74 Brown dwarfs, stars share formation process, new study indicates
75 New X-ray actions revealed
76 Making the new silicon: Gallium nitride electronics could drastically cut energy usage
77 Researchers mount successful attacks against Tor network--and show how to prevent them
78 Wireless charging tech for metal case devices announced
79 Amazon wants air space for delivery drones
80 Review: Five ways Windows 10 fixes annoyances in predecessor
81 Sydney makes its mark with electronic paper traffic signs
82 Intel and Micron memory chip tuned to data driven age
83 Cellphones can steal data from 'air-gapped computers'
84 Deep neural network can match infrared facial images to those taken naturally
85 No sci-fi joke: 'killer robots' strike fear into tech leaders
86 Researcher to talk at Black Hat on 'scary' area in Android
87 Salt water for lamp designed to serve people without electricity
88 Google throttles back vision for its social network
89 Software turns smartphones into tools for medical research
90 Spotted in Nintendo patent trio: Sensors, projector for sleep state
91 Study uncovers invisible mobile app ads gumming up the works
92 Study is first to quantify global population growth compared to energy use
93 Bomb-proof lining contains explosion in luggage hold of aircraft
94 Evenflo offers seat solution to remind driver of baby on board
95 Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4M vehicles to prevent hacking
96 Xiaomi pairs with Uber to get phones delivered a day early
97 Do auto manufacturers realise dangers of networked motors?
98 The future of 3D printing lies in space and with an extra dimension
99 Robots' maps of their environments can make existing object-recognition algorithms more accurate
100 HyperSciences looking to drill for geothermal power using ram accelerator
101 Yarn from slaughterhouse waste
102 Don't call them stiff: Metal organic frameworks show unexpected flexibility
103 Boxfish shell inspires new materials for body armor and flexible electronics
104 Researchers develop technology to reduce cost of purifying natural gas
105 New chemistry makes strong bonds weak
106 Origins of life: New model may explain emergence of self-replication on early Earth
107 Making polymers from a greenhouse gas
108 New experimental and theoretical research could help make more efficient windows
109 Researchers create smartphone-based device that reads medical diagnostic tests quickly and accurately
110 New material opens possibilities for super-long-acting pills