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1 Why We Must Build an 'Immune System' to Ward Off Cyber Threats (Op-Ed)
2 Poor Sleep May Increase Heart Disease Risk
3 How Your Gut Bacteria May Influence Your Heart Health
4 Surprise! Newfound Venomous Spider Drops in on Scientists
5 Eating More Fish Linked to Lower Risk of Depression
6 Many Injuries in California's 2014 Quake Occurred During Cleanup
7 Wirelessly Powered Brain Implant Could Treat Depression
8 Homophobic People Often Have Psychological Issues
9 How Armored Dinosaur Got Its Bone-Bashing Tail
10 Social Media Use in Teens Linked to Poor Sleep, Anxiety
11 Light-Bulb Moment: Doctors Find True Cause of Toddler's Cough
12 DARPA Is Developing Human Bio-Factories to Brew Lifesaving Vaccines
13 Unrestrained Fossil Fuel Burning Could Drown World's Major Cities
14 Snakebites in Costa Rica Rise Along with El Nino Cycles
15 California's Killer Bees Are Spreading North
16 Could Red-Wine Compound Resveratrol Help Treat Alzheimer's Disease?
17 4 Tools to Help the Families of People Fighting Addiction (Op-Ed)
18 Passing Quantum Secrets: The Next Level Beyond Quantum Computing
19 Weekend Reading: The Best Science Stories of the Week
20 Curly nanowires catch more light to power nanoscale electronic circuits
21 SLAC's ultrafast 'electron camera' visualizes ripples in 2-D material
22 Science provides new way to peer into pores
23 Hybrid solar cell converts both light and heat from sun's rays into electricity
24 Encapsulation layers keep carbon nanotube transistors stable in open air
25 Team develops new way to study nanoparticles
26 Nanotubes open new path toward quantum information technologies
27 New nanomaterial maintains conductivity in 3-D
28 Team demonstrates solar water-splitting technology
29 Holographic lens printing method could allow printing of telescope lenses in space
30 Layering technique allows for creating graphene fiber that maintains conductivity and strength
31 Making nanowires from protein and DNA
32 Organic 'computers' made of DNA could process data inside our bodies
33 Researchers identify behaviors of nanoparticle that shows promise as nanofertilizer
34 Researchers characterize individual defects inside a bulk insulator using scanning tunneling microscopy
35 For 2-D boron, it's all about that base
36 Graphene made superconductive by doping with lithium atoms
37 Polymerization of carbon cage structures to linear diamond-like structures inside carbon nanotubes
38 Best precision yet for neutrino measurements at Daya Bay
39 Crystal structure of metals can change at linear defects, which should affect the properties of the materials
40 Team announces breakthrough observation of Mott transition in a superconductor
41 Using magnetic permeability to store information
42 Physicists show 'molecules' made of light may be possible
43 New limit to the Church-Turing thesis accounts for noisy systems
44 Entanglement lifetime extended orders of magnitude using coupled cavities
45 Understanding of complex networks could help unify gravity and quantum mechanics
46 Ultrafast uncoupled magnetism in atoms
47 Physicists create exotic states that could lead to new kinds of sensors and optical devices
48 Label-free technique that images DNA in vivo
49 Physicists catch a magnetic wave that offers promise for more energy-efficient computing
50 Making fuel for exploring space
51 Controlling ITER with fuelers, ticklers, and terminators
52 New detectors allow search for lightweight dark matter particles
53 Tests on kangaroo shoulder joints reveal how shoulder and knee cartilage behaves differently
54 New tool can nondestructively characterize structural materials in unprecedented detail as they deform
55 Researchers combine diamond and cubic boron nitride with a novel alloying process for a superhard material
56 Researchers create super-stretchable metallic conductors for flexible electronics
57 Researchers create computer model that simulates anesthesia's impact on brain
58 Analysis of textured surfaces could lead to more efficient, less dangerous power plants
59 Realization of the building block of a Hund's metal
60 Study points way toward 'filming' molecule-light interactions
61 New model predicts the force required to tie simple knots
62 Improved stability of electron spins in qubits
63 Mars panorama from Curiosity shows petrified sand dunes
64 Russian cosmonaut back after record 879 days in space
65 New Pluto images from NASA's New Horizons
66 Regional, not global, processes led to huge Martian floods
67 Mysterious, massive, magnetic stars
68 Sweeping over the south pole of Mars
69 Europe launches satnav orbiters
70 Underground magma ocean could explain Io's 'misplaced' volcanoes
71 Astronomers find galaxy cluster with bursting heart
72 Moon's crust as fractured as can be
73 SETI reborn--the new search for intelligent life
74 Oxygen is not definitive evidence of life on habitable extrasolar planets
75 Mercury's movements give scientists peek inside the planet
76 Ceres' bright spots seen in striking new detail
77 Astronomers discover how lowly dwarf galaxy becomes star-forming powerhouse
78 Celeste: A new model for cataloging the universe
79 Neutral hydrogen gas in galaxy clusters
80 Young gas giants fly close to their suns
81 China aims to be first to land probe on moon's far side
82 Parsing photons in the infrared, astronomers uncover signs of earliest galaxies
83 Planetarium produces first active stereo 3-D planetarium show about NASA's SOFIA mission
84 One big step for man as astronaut controls robot from ISS
85 Surprising giant ring-like structure in the universe
86 Image: The Magellanic Clouds and an interstellar filament
87 Volunteer black hole hunters as good as the experts
88 Bike freedom driving experience beckons in Honda Project 2&4
89 Drone policing in US seen as 'Wild West'
90 Mobile phone data useful for more confident grip on city planning
91 Automakers commit to put automatic brakes in all cars
92 Research team demonstrates LEDs that use visible light to talk to each other and internet
93 Spectral Edge joins with STMicroelectronics to offer TV for those who are colorblind
94 Making a difference with open source science equipment
95 Israeli mini-scanner tells what's in food, drink or pills
96 Nissan's 2016 Leaf SV, SL do 107 miles per battery charge
97 Defusing photobombs--researchers find ways to remove distractions from photos
98 Skittles color-sorting used as challenge for maker's 3D printer (w/ Video)
99 Replicating liver cells for fast drug testing
100 Apple TV aims to capture 'cord cutters'
101 Watch out: If you've got a smart watch, hackers could get your data
102 New tool reduces smartphone battery drain from faulty apps
103 Google debuts mobile-pay service in second try
104 Kuwait signs $385 million solar energy project
105 More efficient memory-management scheme could help enable chips with thousands of cores
106 Q2 2015 an impressive quarter for the US solar PV market
107 First Look: What's inside matters in new iPhones
108 Kites, drones, armchair finders in Turkana Basin fossil search
109 Apple presses deeper with new iPhones and more (Update)
110 Apple TV overhauled for games, shows, shopping