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1 Video games become political as US election looms
2 Last-ditch effort to save the world's smallest porpoise agreed
3 Climate campaigners should have the right to sue governments
4 Uber loses tribunal as court rules drivers are 'workers'
5 Pirate party prepares for first major win in Iceland elections
6 Honeycomb-shaped streets would stop traffic from getting sticky
7 Lightbulb made of modified E. coli fuses biology and electronics
8 Structure of toxic tau aggregates determines type of dementia, rate of progression
9 Optimal walking, cycling speeds to reduce air pollution inhalation
10 Study of 903 affected children shows inherited, spontaneous mutations increase risk
11 Arousal exerts an unconscious influence on what we see
12 Mystery solved behind birth of Saturn's rings
13 Close up of the new mineral merelaniite
14 NASA missions harvest a passel of 'pumpkin' stars
15 Physicists make it possible to 3D print your own baby universe
16 Research into extreme weather effects may explain recent butterfly decline
17 Caught 'napping': First direct evidence of migratory hoary bats hibernating
18 Enormous dome in central Andes driven by huge magma body beneath it
19 Findings are consistent with decades-old hypothesis for humans
20 Missing link between smoking and inflammation identified
21 State policies will determine whether or not most Americans smoke marijuana
22 Sports injury app detects 99% more health conditions for college athletes than traditional medicine
23 Sudden cardiac death of teen reminds physicians of promises, challenges of precision medicine
24 Understanding mind-wandering could shed light on mental illness
25 Few children born to parents with serious mental illness live with both parents while growing up
26 Researchers use video gamelike test to study learning and recovery in stroke patients
27 Gender gaps in math persist, with teachers underrating girls' math skills
28 School-Based Dental Sealant Programs for Children Reduce Cavities and Costs
29 Students are either tight-knitters, samplers or compartmentalizers
30 3,000-meter runners ran roughly 1 percent slower when shoes were just 3.5 ounces heavier
31 Can therapy dogs assist in motivating children on the autism spectrum?
32 Physicists leapfrog accelerators with ultrahigh energy cosmic rays
33 Researchers nearly reached quantum limit with nanodrums
34 A new twist for fusion research
35 Helping dam north of Grand Canyon balance environment, hydropower needs
36 Discovery of 'lost' early satellite data to aid understanding of the Earth's climate
37 Further clues to fate of Mars lander, seen from orbit
38 A death star's ghostly glow
39 Forging a brand-new chemical bond using the pressure of the Mars core
40 Could apps be the answer to self-managing diabetes?
41 Making computers explain themselves
42 Electrical, computer engineers design an infinitesimal computing device
43 Weakness found in common computer chip
44 How a fungus inhibits the immune system of plants
45 Common cuckoo, warbler eggshells undergo similar levels of eggshell thinning
46 New MutChromSeq technique makes valuable genes easier to find
47 ABA: Evolution of a plant hormone
48 Strong link between atmospheric forcing, deep convection, ocean ventilation and anthropogenic carbon sequestration
49 Paws without claws? Effects of carnivore comeback in European anthropogenic landscapes
50 Pollution exposure is higher in city kids who are active, finds study
51 Scientists assess bleaching damage on Great Barrier Reef
52 Early Pacific seafarers likely latched onto El Nino, other climate patterns
53 Genome sequencing reveals ancient interbreeding between chimpanzees and bonobos
54 Neanderthals on cold steppes also ate plants
55 Upper Paleolithic humans may have hunted cave lions for their pelts
56 New method of estimating biodiversity based on tree cover
57 New research on bats hunting in noise
58 Scientists identify potential new approach
59 Scientists say boron nitride-graphene hybrid may be right for next-gen green cars
60 School principals shape students' values via school climate
61 Many kids not ready for kindergarten
62 A step forward in using robotic tutors in primary school classrooms
63 Going for a run could improve cramming for exams
64 Massive cyberattack poses policy dilemma
65 Fragranced products: Risks for people and profits?
66 Workplace weight management lowers costs, improves quality of life
67 'Lurking malice' in cloud hosting services, study finds
68 Safety of NMN being tested in small clinical trial
69 Research suggests potential for new treatments
70 Heading a soccer ball causes instant changes to the brain
71 The universe is expanding at an accelerating rate, or is it?
72 Alcator C-Mod tokamak nuclear fusion reactor sets world record on final day of operation
73 Uranus may have two undiscovered moons
74 Move over, solar: The next big renewable energy source could be at our feet
75 Fossilized dinosaur brain tissue identified for the first time
76 Ancient human history more complex than previously thought, researchers say
77 Parasitic plants may form weapons out of genes stolen from hosts
78 Europeans, Africans have different immune systems, and Neanderthals are partly to thank
79 Bioluminescent sensor causes brain cells to glow in the dark
80 Cause of phantom limb pain in amputees, and potential treatment, identified
81 Would you look both ways if you knew a car would always stop?
82 The buzz about edible bugs: Can they replace beef?
83 Metamaterial device allows chameleon-like behavior in the infrared
84 Physicists create best ever quantum clones
85 For 10 months out of the year, common swifts live in mid-air
86 Next-generation smartphone battery inspired by the gut
87 Snacking on fracking fluid sustains microbes, enlivens the chemical mix
88 Dream Control: Science and TV Explore the Weird Possibilities
89 2,500-Year-Old Burial Hints at Ancient Cannabis Use
90 Can Science Save the Banana?
91 Ancient Teeth Show Early Human Favored Right Hand
92 Lies Breed Lies: Brain May Get Desensitized to Dishonesty
93 Coral 'Twilight Zone' Reveals New Type of Photosynthesis
94 Man Dies of Flesh-Eating Bacteria from Ocean: What Is Vibrio Vulnificus?
95 New Plastic-Based Textile Helps Cool You Off
96 New Millipede Species Has 414 Legs and 4 Penises
97 The Truth About Astrological Signs
98 No, 'Honeycomb' Clouds Don't Explain Bermuda Triangle Mystery
99 Women's Alcohol Consumption Catches Up to Men's
100 Picture this: Startup Satellite Fleet Will Image Planet Daily
101 Recovered WWI German U-Boat Revives 'Sea Monster' Tales
102 Oceania: How Humans Populated One of Earth's Most Remote Places
103 Tweet #SnailLove to Help Lonely Mollusk Find a Mate
104 Could Working Out Before Breakfast Help You Lose Weight?
105 Uber Delivers Flu Vaccinations Today
106 Vatican Issues New Cremation Guidelines for 'Faithfully Departed'
107 Can a Virus Fight Alcoholism?
108 How Many Stars Are in the Universe?
109 Hyperloop Pod Hovers for the First Time
110 ER Visits for Alcohol Intoxication Are Going Up