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1 A place where monsters hide
2 Wisdom teeth: are we removing them more often than needed?
3 Warp speed space travel a possibility thanks to Einstein's theory of relativity, astrophysicist says
4 Icy collision created Saturn's mystery 'F ring' and moons
5 Robotronica: Natural language programming next step in bringing robots into the home, experts say
6 Ancient Spanish swamp plant mythical 'first flower'?
7 Reef fish like a home with a cleaner
8 Earliest 'modern' hand bone nearly two million years old
9 New map reveals spread of weeds around the world
10 Long work hours linked to higher risk of stroke
11 The sound of jazz, robot-style
12 Earth from beyond the far side of the Moon
13 Global warming: World sweats over July breaking warmest month record, 2015 hottest year so far
14 Updated 'recipe for good parenting' emphasises support
15 Death of a giant is fast and furious
16 Brain turns words into complex thoughts like a computer
17 Carbon monoxide fuelled 'fire fountains' on the Moon
18 Genes link low vitamin D with multiple sclerosis risk
19 Bacteria in house dust reflect who lives there
20 Omega-3 supplements don't prevent cognitive decline
21 Quakes away from plate boundaries may be triggered by mantle flow
22 Eureka science awards: Mystery of the appendix and other scientific questions explained by school kids
23 New millipede species is an avatar
24 The sound of a starfish 'seeing'
25 Eureka Prize honours quantum computing pioneers in their quest for "super computers"
26 Less is more for tropical songbirds
27 Many psychology studies fail the replication test
28 Red sprites at night, astronaut's delight
29 First evidence of galaxy metamorphosis detected
30 The cosmic butterfly of death
31 Plastic in 99 percent of seabirds by 2050
32 Scientists 'squeeze' light one particle at a time
33 Seeing quantum motion; even one day ripples in the fabric of space-time?
34 Artificial leaf harnesses sunlight for efficient fuel production
35 Short sleepers are four times more likely to catch a cold
36 Gene leads to nearsightedness when kids read
37 DNA-guided 3-D printing of human tissue is unveiled
38 Gaming computers offer huge, untapped energy savings potential
39 Tiny drops of 'perfect' fluid existed in the early universe
40 Astrophysicist find supermassive black holes in quasar nearest Earth
41 Soaking up carbon dioxide and turning it into valuable products
42 We've all got a blind spot, but it can be shrunk
43 Evidence of ancient life discovered in mantle rocks deep below the seafloor
44 Nocturnal, compass-guided insects have a sense for turbulence too
45 Dinosaur: Tail as old as time--researchers trace ankylosaur's tail evolution
46 Increasingly severe disturbances weaken world's temperate forests
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48 With tobacco, what you don't know can kill you sooner
49 Men who buy sex have much in common with sexually coercive men
50 Some with low-risk prostate cancer not likely to succumb to the disease
51 New type of prion may cause, transmit neurodegeneration
52 Research in mice shows potential value of antidepressant in some stroke victims
53 Older people getting smarter, but not fitter
54 Raising pay can reduce smoking rates
55 Predictor of child vocabulary in early speech
56 Exclusive breastfeeding and the effect on postpartum multiple sclerosis relapses
57 Watching more TV as a young adult predicts obesity
58 Close friendships in adolescence predict health in adulthood
59 Food may be addictive: Food craving may be 'hard-wired' in the brain
60 New material science research may advance tech tools
61 As wind-turbine farms expand, research shows they could offer diminishing returns
62 Using ultrathin sheets to discover new class of wrapped shapes
63 Technique designed to predict how much energy waves will be bringing
64 Up and down quarks favored over strange ones
65 New theory leads to 'radiationless revolution'
66 Astronomers unravel the history of galaxies for the first time
67 Self-healing material could plug life-threatening holes in spacecraft
68 Benefits for COPD patients using digital health application
69 Mouth guard monitors health markers, transmits information wirelessly to smart phone
70 Surface plasmons move at nearly the speed of light and travel farther than expected, possibly leading to faster electronic circuits
71 Close to the point of more efficient chips
72 Sea temperature changes linked to mystery North Pacific ecosystem shifts
73 Endangered animals can be identified by rate of genetic diversity loss
74 Species lines blur between two sparrows in New England's tidal marshes
75 Millipede research 2.0: New dimension in documenting new species
76 New approach to modeling Amazon seasonal cycles developed
77 'Grey Swans': Rare but predictable storms could pose big hazards
78 Volcanic eruptions: Properties of magma influence forecasts
79 Skimming uranium from the sea
80 Oldest case of leukemia discovered: Prehistoric female skeleton shows signs of this cancer
81 Philistines introduced sycamore, cumin and opium poppy into Israel during the Iron Age
82 Scientists warn leaders of dangers of thawing permafrost
83 Unusual use of blue pigment found in ancient mummy portraits
84 Lyme disease testing: Canadians may receive false-positives from some US labs
85 Inner-city neighborhood may affect risk of developing of heart disease, research finds
86 Better signs could help reduce friction between motorists, bicyclists
87 Brazil's national oral health policy: An example for other nations
88 How the mind sharpens the senses
89 Making a mistake can be rewarding, study finds
90 Long-held theory on human gestation refuted: Mother's metabolism, not birth canal size, limits gestation
91 High protein foods boost cardiovascular health, as much as quitting smoking or getting exercise
92 Saliva test for stress hormone levels may identify healthy older people with thinking problems
93 Can't count sheep? You could have aphantasia
94 Evidence suggests subatomic particles could defy the standard model
95 Without humans, the whole world could look like Serengeti
96 Why we're smarter than chickens
97 Microbiomes of human throat may be linked to schizophrenia
98 Television viewing linked to higher injury risk in hostile people
99 Testosterone changes brain structures in female-to-male transsexuals
100 The alien within: Fetal cells influence maternal health during pregnancy (and long after)
101 An engineered surface unsticks sticky water droplets
102 Turning sewage sludge into concrete
103 Ant communication: Secrets of the antennae
104 Modified bacteria become a multicellular circuit
105 Pentagon teams up with Apple, Boeing to develop wearable tech
106 Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin joins Florida university
107 Scientists solve mystery of polar bear Knut's death
108 German scientists find rare dinosaur tracks
109 Regulations may make kids' fast food meals healthier
110 Google, Sanofi team up to improve diabetes care