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1 Spotify hit with $150 million suit
2 Germany gives green light to bicycle highways
3 Adobe updates Flash amid renewed exploit fears
4 Engineering students fix common glitch in digitization of books published before 1700
5 Santa tracked by Google, Microsoft
6 Review: Is Microsoft Band 2 a smartwatch or fitness band?
7 US Christmas lights use more energy than entire countries
8 Virtual reality is finally here, yet still has a ways to go
9 Solar Impulse 2 'ready to fly again by April 20'
10 Rotate an image, another one appears (w/ Video)
11 Solar energy from discarded car batteries
12 Machines that learn like people
13 Images and codes could provide secure alternative to multiple device password systems
14 Algorithm helps turn smartphones into 3-D scanners
15 How do robots 'see' the world?
16 Improving machine learning with an old approach
17 Detecting consumer decisions within messy data
18 Extreme weather poses increasing threat to US power grid
19 X-ray vision? New technology making it a reality for $300
20 New hybrid electrolyte for solid-state lithium batteries
21 New flow battery offers lower-cost energy storage
22 Researchers discover how some organisms process oxalate, a molecule that can harm humans
23 Scientists look deeper into the body with new fluorescent dye
24 Exceptionally strong and lightweight new metal created
25 New calcium phosphate foam could help repair damage due to osteoporoses
26 Toward liquid fuels from carbon dioxide
27 Study advances hydrogen production efforts
28 Old drugs, new tricks: Medications approved for other uses also have antibiotic action
29 Polymer breakthrough could revolutionize water purification
30 Neutrons offer guide to getting more out of solid-state lithium-ion batteries
31 Scientists study single 'transformer' proteins with role in cancer
32 Pole dancing water molecules: How water learns to dance
33 Researchers propose new kind of MOF to clean coal burned in power plants
34 New infectious disease test promises quick diagnosis
35 Nature's unique way of controlling color explains why birds never go gray
36 Researchers demonstrate tracking of individual catalyst nanoparticles during heating
37 Study clarifies the role of the leaving group in gas-phase bimolecular reaction
38 Chemists synthesize a new dye particularly suitable for the inconspicuous labelling of textiles
39 Facile hydrolysis of the Metal-NHC framework under regular reaction conditions
40 Architecture of mTOR protein complex solved
41 Technique could set new course for extracting uranium from seawater
42 New hydrogel gives clues to mechanism behind stress-stiffening-mediated mesenchymal stem cell fate
43 Researchers 3D-print with reactive materials
44 Geologists focus on mineral for clues to beginning of biological life on earth
45 Spider signal threads reveal remote sensing design secrets
46 Tiny sensor may have big impact in tackling cancer, cystic fibrosis
47 Team reprograms social behavior in carpenter ants using epigenetic drugs
48 New genes born by accident lead to evolutionary innovation
49 Seeing DROSHA for the first time: Lab team gets the first glimpse of elusive protein structure
50 Giant squid makes rare appearance in Japanese port
51 Mice suffer from a decrease in biological fitness if their internal clock is mixed up
52 ORNL cell-free protein synthesis is potential lifesaver
53 Improving accuracy in genomic mapping with time-series data
54 Second contagious form of cancer found in Tasmanian devils
55 Lifestyle switching--Bacillus cereus is able to resist certain antibiotic therapies
56 Researchers seek help digitizing decades-old observations of African trees
57 Scientists identify fragments of proteins that already existed billions of years ago
58 River ecosystems show 'incredible' initial recovery after dam removal
59 Here comes the sun: Cellular sensor helps plants find light
60 Bats found to produce longer and more intense calls when crowded by other bats
61 Two studies reveal new ideas on plant form, function and competitive nature
62 Ecologists find another cause of antibiotic resistance
63 Study reveals arms race between Ebola virus and bats, waged for millions of years
64 A mathematical model for animal stripes
65 This computer program can find new chemical combos to kill pathogenic yeast
66 The power of touch: Sex-changing snails switch sooner when together
67 Innovation sheds light on how genetic information travels from cell's nucleus
68 Large permanent reserves required for effective conservation of old fish
69 Dogs found to engage in mimicry and emotional contagion with one another
70 How temperature determines sex in alligators
71 Study assessed impacts of Deepwater Horizon oil spill on sea turtles
72 'Pre-historic' animal shell found in Argentina
73 Reptile fossils offer clues about elevation history of Andes Mountains
74 Modeling Amazonian transitional forest micrometeorology
75 Skulls in ancient cemetery on Vanuatu suggest Polynesians as first settlers
76 In race stereotypes, issues are not so black and white, study finds
77 First ancient Irish human genomes sequenced
78 New SIR-Network Model helps predict dengue fever epidemic in urban areas
79 Some consumers have an unerring knack for buying unpopular products
80 Mammal diversity exploded immediately after dinosaur extinction
81 New research shows same growth rate for farming, non-farming prehistoric people
82 How to apply game theory to buying your Christmas presents
83 King Tut's wet nurse may have been his sister: expert
84 Bone suggests 'Red Deer Cave people' a mysterious species of human
85 Early captive carnivore remains found in ancient Mexican ruins
86 'Virtual fossil' reveals last common ancestor of humans and Neanderthals
87 Evolutionary biologists have analyzed political opposition to evolution and found it has evolved
88 'Red Deer Cave people' bone points to mysterious species of pre-modern human
89 Burgess Shale fossil site gives up oldest evidence of brood care
90 Meeting of math minds fails to clear up ABC conjecture proof
91 New species of 'sail-backed' dinosaur found in Spain
92 Preserved embryos illustrate seed dormancy in early angiosperms
93 Linguistic construction called the "verb second constraint" could explain how people acquire language
94 Fossils enrich our understanding of evolution
95 'Freak' ocean waves hit without warning, new research shows
96 Scientist unravels the mysteries of a beetle that lived a million centuries ago
97 New memory drug moves into Phase 1 clinical study
98 CRISPR treats genetic disorder in adult mammal
99 Gene-editing technique successfully stops progression of Duchenne muscular dystrophy
100 Creating safer polio vaccine strains for the post-eradication era
101 World's first soft-robotic surgery on a human body
102 Areas of increased poverty associated with higher rates of Ebola transmission
103 No easy answers in study of legal marijuana's impact on alcohol use
104 Seaweed capsules may lead to an injection-free life for diabetic patients
105 Cell harm seen in lab tests of e-cigarettes
106 'Spectre' villain fails neuroanatomy in latest Bond film
107 Flu virus in pigs shows worrisome pandemic profile, study finds
108 Darkness begone! Lights ward off Nordic winter blues
109 Eating potatoes on a regular basis may up risk of T2DM
110 Taking vitamin D may benefit people with multiple sclerosis