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1 What a Science Channel story on Bermuda Triangle got wrong
2 NASA's decade of sungazing: What have we learned and why does it matter?
3 Science education: US students gain a bit, but still lag
4 Alien signals? Massive radio telescope pointed at 'alien megastructure' star
5 Common swifts airborne life: Eat, sleep, and mate without touching Earth
6 How did the moon get its bull's-eye crater?
7 Is this tiny transparent ocean animal wearing an invisibility cloak?
8 Schiaparelli's demise: Why did the Mars lander crash?
9 A female Frankenstein would lead to humanity's extinction, say scientists
10 The human element of cybersecurity
11 Measuring the Forces of Biology
12 Cyber Attack on Netflix, Amazon and Twitter--Expert Says It's Only the Beginning
13 Fake IDs Are a Red Flag for Problem Behaviors
14 Researchers Discover Way to Induce Visual Hallucinations
15 UF/IFAS Range Cattle REC Celebrates 75 Years
16 Genetic Hallmarks of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Subtype Uncovered
17 Farming Bacteria to Boost Growth in the Oceans
18 Nano-Decoy Lures Human Influenza a Virus to Its Doom
19 Household Sustainability: Consuming Food, Energy, Water
20 Drug Target for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Found in New Study
21 Lab and University Team 3D Prints Metamaterial that Shrinks When Heated
22 Report Reveals a Big Dependence on Freshwater Fish for Global Food Security
23 Texas Biomed Scientist Awarded NIH Grant to Study Early Onset Atherosclerosis
24 Wisconsin Dairy Industry Sets Standard for Sustainability
25 ASML Taps Livermore Expertise in Computing and Laser Plasma to Develop Extreme EUV Chip Manufacturing
26 Robotic Cleaning Technique Could Automate Neuroscience Research
27 UCI and NASA Document Accelerated Glacier Melting in West Antarctica
28 Indirect Effects of Rising CO2 Levels on Ecosystems More Important than Previously Thought
29 Miami Hispanic Immigrants Face Higher Toxic Chemical Risks than U.S.-Born Hispanics
30 FAU Awarded $4.4 Million from U.S. Department of Education to Increase Underrepresented Hispanics in Computer-Related Careers
31 Building Owned by APA Achieves LEED Platinum Certification
32 Breaking Research in AACC's Clinical Chemistry Journal Could Improve Diagnosis, Treatment of Pediatric Developmental Disorders
33 Nutrition Information...for Cows?
34 SUNY Geneseo Composer Embarks on Music Project in Antarctica
35 A Closer Look Inside
36 A Songbird's Travelogue
37 World's Most Endangered Alligator Making a Comeback--in Shanghai
38 ZikaPLAN: La Jolla Institute Unites with 25 Research Organizations to Fight Zika Virus and Build Long-Term Outbreak Response Capacity in Latin America
39 Young Stellar System Caught in Act of Forming Close Multiples
40 Team Discovers Rare Triple Star System Using ALMA
41 Making a New Pitch for Coal
42 Four Lawrence Livermore Researchers Selected 2016 APS Fellows
43 Regenerative Medicine Scientists Get the Upperhand in Biological Pathway that Leads to Heart Formation
44 Upper Paleolithic Humans May Have Hunted Cave Lions for Their Pelts
45 University at Buffalo Awarded $2.9 Million to Build One-of-a-Kind Advanced Materials Data Research Lab
46 Brainprint Researchers Get $900K in Funding
47 Scientists Develop New Soap Molecule Cleaner than Chemical Counterparts
48 New Model Suggests Scrubbing CO2 from the Atmosphere
49 Extreme Cold Winters Fueled by Jet Stream and Climate Change
50 Iowa State Engineer Developing Tools, Technologies to Make a Better, Smarter Power Grid
51 Scripps Florida Scientists Illuminate Key Molecular Player in Both Morphine Addiction and Rare Disease
52 Mutant Plants Reveal Temperature Sensor
53 Controlling the Properties of Matter in Two-Dimensional Crystals
54 A Death Star's Ghostly Glow
55 Burning Fossil Fuels Poses Existential Threat to Earth
56 UC San Diego Scientists Advocate Combining Technical and Social Expertise to Combat Climate Change
57 Blast of Thin Air Can Reset Circadian Clocks
58 Little-Studied Coral Reefs of Saudi Arabia Explored with Launch of Extensive Survey
59 Bioluminescent Sensor Causes Brain Cells to Glow in the Dark
60 Under Pressure--Changing Semiconductor Properties at Room Temperature, in the Open Air
61 Project Pumpkin: Professor and Students Harvest 17 New and Experimental Varieties of Pumpkins
62 Exploring the Evolution of Spider Venom to Improve Human Health
63 Physicists Make It Possible to 3-D Print Your Own Baby Universe
64 People Prefer Conservation as Way to Protect Drinking Water, Study Shows
65 Colorado River's Dead Clams Tell Tales of Carbon Emission
66 SU Professor Publishes in 'Science' on Bats Hunting in Noise
67 Ancient Strain of Cholera Likely Present in Haiti Since Colonial Era
68 Scientists Discover Way to Make Milk Chocolate Have Dark Chocolate Health Benefits Without the Bitter Taste
69 Study: Structure of Toxic Tau Aggregates Determines Type of Dementia, Rate of Progression
70 Close Up of the New Mineral Merelaniite
71 Peek Behind the Scenes at SLAC's Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource
72 Snowmobile plunge claims life of Antarctica researcher
73 Lying feels bad at first but our brains soon adapt to deceiving
74 Massive botnet-powered web attack fuels need to step up defences
75 Material that shrinks in heat can weather extreme temperatures
76 Mice fall for rubber hand illusion just like us
77 Autism intervention is first to show benefits over the long term
78 Spider-eating bug muffles web vibrations to sneak up on prey
79 Kamikaze cells wage biowarfare and fight viruses with viruses
80 Super-cold winters in the UK and US are due to Arctic warming
81 Google's neural networks invent their own encryption
82 'Autism therapy helped my child speak'--a mum hails new method
83 Energy-generating floorboard lights up 35 LEDs with one footstep
84 Souped-up SIM allows mobile payments where there's no network
85 Playing Grand Theft Auto can teach autonomous cars how to drive
86 Paralysed people inhabit distant robot bodies with thought alone
87 N/A
88 Robot learns to play with Lego by watching human teachers
89 Smart camera system checks patients' vital signs from afar
90 How to save ourselves from the invisible gas choking us to death
91 HIV jumped to the US in 1970-10 years before it was spotted
92 Superfast therapy cracks multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
93 Our Ice Age ancestors skinned cave lions to make roofs for huts
94 Wildlife numbers more than halve since 1970s in mass extinction
95 Invading giant geckos get stuck on a single building
96 Soft robot with a mouth and gut can forage for its own food
97 Taj Mahal's staining blamed partly on burning of household waste
98 UK must face reality on climate impact of new Heathrow runway
99 Swifts break record by staying aloft for 10 months at a time
100 Bump hiding in 20-year-old data could be undiscovered particle
101 Brown pebble turns out to be first ever pickled dinosaur brain
102 Male contraceptive pill works--but side effects halt trial
103 Chimps and bonobos interbred and exchanged genes
104 Fish swims to the same nest each year just like migrating birds
105 World's largest marine reserve agreed for Antarctica's Ross Sea
106 Male contraceptive pill works--but side effects halt trial
107 Chimps and bonobos interbred and exchanged genes
108 N/A
109 Your home's online gadgets could be hacked by ultrasound
110 Fruity or fermented? Algorithm predicts how molecules smell