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1 IUCN-led panel finds critically endangered whales in Russia recovering
2 Nutrient pollution is changing sounds in the sea
3 Browsing antelope turned ancient African forests into grassy savanna ecosystems
4 Genetics of African KhoeSan populations maps to Kalahari Desert geography
5 Location matters in the self-assembly of nanoclusters
6 Findings suggest electric fan use by elderly during extreme heat could be harmful
7 Prevalence of celiac appears steady but followers of gluten-free diet increase
8 OU study demonstrates seasonality of bird migration in response to environmental cues
9 Similarities found between how ancient and modern fish survived youth
10 Electric fans may exacerbate heat issues for seniors, study finds
11 Evidence of Zika virus found in tears
12 Zika infects the eyes of adult mice
13 NASA science flights study effect of summer melt on Greenland ice sheet
14 New sensor could help fight deadly bacterial infections
15 Tuning the instrument: Spider webs as vibration transmission structures
16 Link between weather and chronic pain is emerging through innovative smartphone research
17 Antibacterial ingredients in indoor dust could contribute to antibiotic resistance
18 How fungi help trees tolerate drought
19 Future fisheries can expect $10 billion revenue loss due to climate change
20 Probing a mosquito protein for clues in the fight against Zika
21 New perovskite research discoveries may lead to solar cell, LED advances
22 Study finds increased ocean acidification due to human activities
23 Does recent isolation of Zika virus from Culex mosquitoes point to a new transmission source?
24 Antimicrobial chemicals found with antibiotic-resistance genes in indoor dust
25 Reconciling dwarf galaxies with dark matter
26 Humans may be uniquely identified by the proteins in their hair
27 Beat the stock market by satisfying customers
28 Tapping the unused potential of photosynthesis
29 Hubble discovers rare fossil relic of early Milky Way
30 Astronomers discover rare fossil relic of early Milky Way
31 New service improves cloud storage usage on mobile devices
32 Team of robots learns to work together, without colliding
33 Crab from the Chinese pet market turns out to be a new species of a new genus
34 Seeing the forest for the trees: World's largest reforestation program overlooks wildlife
35 13th century Maya codex, long shrouded in controversy, proves genuine
36 Incubating climate change
37 Forecasting climate change's effects on biodiversity hindered by lack of data
38 Artificial intelligence could improve diagnostic power of lung function tests
39 COPD exacerbations lead to lung function decline, particularly among those with mild COPD
40 Giraffes more speciose than expected
41 Genetic analysis uncovers 4 species of giraffe, not just 1
42 Pet therapy can combat homesickness
43 Yellow or black, large or small? Ant color and body size respond strongly to environment
44 Researchers name a new species of reptile from 212 million years ago
45 Study: A tenth of the world's wilderness lost since the 1990s
46 A tenth of the world's wilderness lost since the 1990s
47 Beer yeasts are dogs, wine yeasts are cats
48 The history of beer yeast
49 One-tenth of the world's wilderness lost in 2 decades
50 Life after Fitbit: Appealing to those who feel guilty vs. free
51 Kill them with cuteness: The adorable thing bats do to catch prey
52 Bacteria supply their allies with munitions
53 Study finds earthquakes can trigger near-instantaneous aftershocks on different faults
54 Measuring forces in the DNA molecule
55 A cinematic approach to drug resistance
56 Linking RNA structure and function
57 New material to revolutionize water proofing
58 How to fight drug-resistant bacteria
59 Chinese investigators characterize the world of resistance gene exchange among bacteria
60 UBC research could help local governments plan together
61 NIST and Navy tests suggest telecom networks could back up GPS time signals
62 Critical information needed in fight to save wildlife
63 Researchers prototype system for reading closed books
64 Posting personal experiences on social media may help you remember them in the future
65 Training human antibodies to protect against HIV
66 Male chemistry primes females for reproduction--but at a cost
67 A more accurate sensor for lead paint
68 New vaccination strategies coach immune system to make HIV-neutralizing antibodies
69 TSRI and IAVI researchers harness antibody evolution on the path to an AIDS vaccine
70 UMD physicists discover 'smoke rings' made of laser light
71 Scientists expect to calculate amount of fuel inside Earth by 2025
72 Prevention programs significantly reduce ankle injuries in soccer athletes
73 New study finds rate of injuries among youth soccer players doubled
74 PPPL researchers successfully test device that analyzes components within a vacuum
75 Discovery nearly doubles known quasars from the ancient universe
76 Seek and you shall find--bees remain excellent searchers even when ill
77 Hippo teeth reveal environmental change
78 Study details Zika virus disrupting fetal brain development during pregnancy
79 Chemistry says Moon is proto-Earth's mantle, relocated
80 Snail venom holds key to better diabetes treatments
81 Historical analysis examines sugar industry role in heart disease research
82 Snails' speedy insulin
83 New laser provides ultra-precise tool for scientists probing the secrets of the universe
84 Trees recognize roe deer by saliva
85 NASA's THEMIS sees Auroras move to the rhythm of Earth's magnetic field
86 App vs. website: Which best protects your privacy?
87 Chemists offer enhanced 3-D look inside batteries
88 Manipulation of liquid crystals could help control drug-delivery process
89 Explaining why the universe can be transparent
90 First accurate simulation of a virus invading a cell
91 Study reveals how ionising radiation damages DNA and causes cancer
92 Light tames lethal heart disorders in mice and virtual humans
93 Termination of lethal arrhythmia with light
94 Astronomers observe star reborn in a flash
95 Killing superbugs with star-shaped polymers, not antibiotics
96 Westerly winds have blown across central Asia for at least 42 million years
97 Study links altered brain chemistry, behavioral impairments in fish exposed to elevated CO2
98 New tools assess the future of wind power
99 Water helps assembly of biofibers that could capture sunlight
100 Antibody discovery could help create improved flu vaccines
101 Experts anticipate significant continued reductions in wind energy costs
102 Language delivers fourfold speedups on big-data problems
103 Land-based food not nutritionally sufficient for wild polar bears, according to new study
104 How Pluto's moon Charon got its red cap
105 Indigo dye discovered in 6,000-year-old textiles from Peru
106 Starving black hole at the heart of the mysterious dimming of Markarian 1018 galaxy
107 Climate change could shrink habitat of 90 percent of Australia's eucalypt species
108 Teleportation of light particles across cities in China and Canada a 'technological breakthrough'
109 World-first genome study reveals rich history of Aboriginal Australians
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