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1 Anthrax 'conveyor belt' shuttles toxins into cells
2 Quakes shake Mercury and warp its surface
3 What two million years of climate history tells us about the future
4 Stopped light means go for quantum computers (eventually)
5 Hubble spots water plumes spurting from Jupiter moon Europa
6 Why giant dinosaurs evolved fancy headwear
7 Bright outbursts seen blasting from Comet 67P
8 Is there an ocean of water at Pluto's heart?
9 Our prehistoric ancestors were as violent as humans today
10 Ancient fossil bee nest reveals clues to Taung Child's home
11 3-D printed 'bone' helps heal spine and skull fractures
12 Dogs reach out to humans--it's in their genes
13 Bees getting their buzz on have a better outlook on life
14 DNA scoring system improves kidney transplant matching
15 Probing Earth's weak spots using electromagnetic fields
16 Comet-chaser Rosetta ends its mission with a soft thud
17 Trees and plants reached 'peak carbon' 10 years ago
18 Mini blobs of ancient dark matter may throw light on Big Bang
19 Yoshinori Ohsumi wins medicine Nobel for uncovering how cells 'self-eat'
20 End-Permian mass extinction was not so massive: study
21 Mars' crust ferries molecules to atmosphere above
22 Frankfurter fraud: what animals are in your hot dog?
23 First people on Vanuatu and Tonga came from Taiwan
24 Exotic states of matter snare trio the Nobel prize in physics
25 Love fatty food? Desire to gorge on grease may be hard-wired
26 Curious 'hot molecular core' found in Large Magellanic Cloud
27 World's smallest machines bag trio Nobel Prize in Chemistry
28 Nerve agent antidote 'vaccine' may one day protect against attacks
29 Oldest humans have already hit our natural lifespan limit
30 Two ancient dog-toothed species discovered in Brazil
31 A better way to brew beer?
32 Gastro bugs boost growth of Crohn's bacteria in mice
33 Apes can put themselves in your shoes
34 Giant superhot blobs of gas fired from hidden star
35 Blustery dust storm to shroud Mars in a few weeks
36 How massive can a supermassive black hole get?
37 Computer solves a major time travel problem
38 New York City warned of more Sandy-like storm surges
39 Dustbuster telescope gives clear view of M78 nebula
40 Why naked mole rats feel no pain
41 Black widow spider genes found in bacteria-infecting virus
42 Ultra-bright black hole found 'wandering' in distant universe
43 Cicada wing 'nano-nipples' inspire anti-reflective material
44 Gene editing fixes mutation behind blood disease
45 Ancient bird voice box produced goose-like honks
46 New machine learns like a human, handles data like a computer
47 Platypus ancestor had teeth but inferior electro-sense
48 Paralysed man regains touch in his hand, thanks to brain implant
49 Signs of comet collision found in 55-million-year-old rocks
50 Proxima Centauri surprises with starspot cycle
51 Spinning galaxies question existence of dark matter
52 Lab-grown mouse eggs produce healthy babies
53 Could this provide the spin control quantum computing needs?
54 Why you shouldn't store tomatoes in the fridge
55 Mars, in all its ultraviolet glory
56 Gigantic rings around exoplanet reversed direction
57 Cave art reveals modern-day bison is a hybrid species
58 Earliest humans suffered through massive volcanic blasts
59 Origins of Comet 67P--and what drives its bright bursts
60 New Horizons hints at Plutonian clouds and dynamic Eris
61 Mysterious bright X-ray blasts stump astronomers
62 Echidna's 'digging walk' cultivates Australian soil
63 Juno in safe mode after engine malfunction
64 Scientists discover where fault lines meet in San Francisco Bay area
65 Meet 'Wade'--a new Australian titanosaur species
66 From stride to slither: how snakes lost their limbs
67 Japanese volcano interrupted an earthquake: study
68 Protein-studded nanoparticles vaccinate mice against dengue
69 Scientists unveil structure of human cannabinoid receptor
70 Whirling dance of vibrating 'heartbeat stars'
71 Wavy rings point to two undiscovered moons at Uranus
72 How cosmic rays may nourish and nurture alien life
73 Shimmering blue plant manipulates light with crystal quirks
74 Even your brain starts to sag with age
75 El Nino boosts infectious disease risk in the US
76 How prehistoric settlers reached far-flung Oceania islands
77 Dark energy may not exist, new supernova analysis says
78 Superbug lobs decoys to evade antibiotic
79 Warm water is eating away at Antarctic glaciers
80 Did ancient humans hunt cave lions to extinction?
81 Young star trio born from clumping disc of gas and dust
82 Parasitic worm secretions could treat asthma and allergies
83 Transplanted brain cells restore circuitry in adult mice
84 'Zombie cells' clog arteries with fatty streaks
85 Chimpanzees and bonobos: once primate friends with benefits
86 Mars lander's crash site snapped by orbiting camera
87 To trace a gas giant's birth, take its temperature
88 Tailor-made neodymium magnets built by a 3-D printer
89 Fish pretend it's night to cope with warming oceans
90 How good gut bacteria wrest control from the bad
91 Zika virus destroys testicles in mice
92 Flu outbreaks are subject to humidity--not just heat
93 Moon-forming crash sent Earth into a spin: study
94 Why saving African elephants makes economic sense
95 Chimpanzees stress less when a pal is around
96 Deadliest volcano in the US has a heart of cold, wet stone
97 Can corkscrewing lasers solve an enduring particle physics mystery?
98 Paint points to sophisticated Stone Age ancestors
99 How the seasons shift on Mercury, Venus and Mars
100 Bacteria turn nasty in space because they're hungry
101 Australian dig shows signs of earliest human habitation
102 Seasonal quirks on the solar system's giant planets
103 Spine-stitching fish may help paralysed patients
104 How much Arctic sea ice have you melted today?
105 Smokers with HIV more likely to die from smoking than the virus
106 Drug-resistant TB rife in West Africa, doctors discover
107 Have scientists side-stepped the Second Law of Thermodynamics?
108 Thirty comet chemical 'fingerprints' identified from Earth
109 Like us, bonobos become long-sighted with age
110 After dino-killing collision, species down south bounced back fastest