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1 Study finds chimps perform grooming behavior the same way their mothers did
2 Living fossil genome unveiled
3 Only half of a chromosome is DNA, study finds
4 'Freeze-frame' proteins show how cancer evolves: Researchers capture elusive clues about cells' path to cancer
5 Protein points cells in the right direction for migrations in developing tissues
6 Bacteria communicate to ramp up collective immune response to viral threats
7 Novel study shows 'cocktail' of soil bacteria can protect rice plants from deadly forces
8 Characteristics of a metabolon producing the defense compound dhurrin in sorghum revealed
9 Engineering a more efficient system for harnessing carbon dioxide
10 Scientists tweak photosynthesis to boost crop yield
11 Ducklings 'maintain two separate memory banks of visual information'
12 Another species of Varroa mite threatens European honeybees
13 Tasting light: New type of photoreceptor is 50 times more efficient than the human eye
14 Genome sequence of a 5,310-year-old maize cob provides new insights into the early stages of maize domestication
15 Coral genomes reveal how populations rebound after environmental catastrophes
16 3-D imaging technique maps migration of DNA-carrying material at the center of cells
17 A small piece of DNA with a large effect on leaf shape
18 A milestone in small RNA biology--piRNA biogenesis from start to finish
19 Where cells go: Mechanical and chemical cues collaborate to guide them
20 Huddled mice could change the way we think about evolution
21 Pork opine: Study finds pigs can be optimists or pessimists, depending on personality and mood
22 Keratin and melanosomes preserved in 130-million-year-old bird fossil
23 As life expectancy grows, men still lagging
24 New math tools for new materials
25 Researchers talk turkey: Native Americans raised classic holiday bird
26 Best of Last Week--Roundest object ever found, taking aim at 'fake' news and one face men recognize better than women
27 Australia's oldest ornament found in Kimberley region
28 Rice farming in India much older than thought, used as 'summer crop' by Indus civilization
29 Old teeth, new stories: How one archaeologist created a prehistoric GPS for tracking ancient humans
30 Danish bishop's 300-year-old poo offers whiff of history
31 Economist's research reveals poverty should be measured by more than income
32 Curiosity can predict employees' ability to creatively solve problems, research shows
33 Tooth wear patterns suggest Paranthropus early hominins had softer diets than expected
34 For First Nations people, effects of European contact are recorded in the genome
35 The mathematics of coffee extraction: Searching for the ideal brew
36 Widespread evidence of prehistoric dairying discovered along the Mediterranean coast
37 Real men don't say 'cute': Psychologists tap big data and Twitter to analyze the accuracy of stereotypes
38 How a decline in infectious diseases may have boosted gender equality
39 Research pair outlines new field of 'web science'
40 Criteria for funding and promotion lead to bad science
41 When fish come to school, kids get hooked on science
42 Neanderthal inheritance helped humans adapt to life outside of Africa
43 Dinosaurs' rise was 'more gradual,' new fossil evidence suggests
44 Dinosaur discovery casts light on final flurry of animals' evolution
45 Biggest map of dinosaur tree yet suggests they emerged 20 million years earlier than thought
46 Exploring the trade-off between quality and fairness in human partner choice
47 New topical immunotherapy effective against early skin cancer
48 The promise of precision medicine for rheumatoid arthritis
49 New treatment for allergic response targets mast cells
50 Finding your diagnosis in the brave new world of genetics-based medicine
51 Your brain on math: Functional coupling between neural regions during mathematical cognition
52 Our brains have a basic algorithm that enables our intelligence, scientists say
53 Blood test could predict best treatment for lung cancer
54 Reconditioning the brain to overcome fear
55 Scientists tissue engineer human intestines and functioning nerves
56 New study reveals titin gene mutations affect heart function in healthy individuals
57 Turning back the aging clock
58 Immune receptors amplify 'invader' signals by turning into mini-machines
59 Insight into the brain's control of hunger and satiety
60 Sexism may be harmful to men's mental health
61 Frontline attack against HIV infection is closer to reality
62 Teen 'choking game' played solo points to suicide risks
63 Anatomical and molecular analyses used to reevaluate the assignment of neurons in the sacral autonomic nervous system
64 Research examines impact of foreign language on risk perception, moral judgment
65 Scientists successfully create blood from skin cells
66 Olfactory perception influenced by background and semantic information
67 Dementia on the downslide, especially among people with more education
68 Serving teens with special diets: A tricky Thanksgiving recipe
69 Study finds key protein that binds to LDL cholesterol
70 Protein packaging may cause the immune attacks of type 1 diabetes
71 Family ties: Immune response size controlled by cell 'inheritance'
72 Alzheimer's disease proteins could be at fault for leading cause of vision loss among older people
73 Using light to map the circuitry of the brain
74 Musical training creates new brain connections in children
75 Early childhood household smoke exposure predicts later delinquency and dropout risk at age 12
76 Does where you live affect what you weigh?
77 Super-cooled electrons reveal their quantum nature
78 Comet 67P is younger than scientists thought
79 How carbon gets absorbed deep underground
80 Melanin may boost strength of foams and fabrics
81 Scientists discover three new bird species in Africa
82 Bear saliva on dead fish offer biologists a gold mine of scientific data
83 The Alps are still growing, 18,000 years after the thaw of the last ice age
84 World's former second-largest hypersaline lake is almost dry
85 New fossils suggest ascendance of dinosaurs was gradual
86 High tunnels bring warm-weather veggies to Alaska
87 Scientists unveil latest exoplanet-hunter CHARIS
88 Spitzer, Swift space telescopes spot elusive brown dwarf
89 As mercury emissions drop, so do concentrations in tuna
90 NASA's newest small satellite constellation will track hurricanes
91 Study: Math scares everyone, even physicists
92 Traumatic stress shapes the brains of boys and girls in different ways
93 New research sheds light on deformed wing virus, a threat to honey bees
94 Study finds link between pesticide exposure and microbiome changes
95 'Pavlovian approach' may bias information sampling
96 Scientists prepare to find oldest ice on Earth
97 Study: 82 percent of 'core ecological processes' affected by global warming
98 Alternative super-current sets new distance record
99 Study: Global carbon emissions continue slow growth
100 X-ray laser images chemical flipping biological switch, a first
101 Study: LED lights draw fewer insects
102 Scientists develop method for precisely controlling electrons
103 Scientists voice support for asteroid deflection mission
104 As video shows, mob mentality a boon to hungry hyenas
105 Light therapy can protect bees from pesticide poisoning
106 New toxicology test could improve USDA, EPA chemical screening
107 Scientists find land-based birds affected by Deepwater Horizon oil spill
108 More than a shield: New snail species uses shell as a weapon
109 Study explains how cells find their way around
110 Scientists find galactic supercluster obscured by Milky Way