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1 New observations confirm long-standing theory that stars are copious producers of heavy elements
2 Flower forms in the primrose: Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory
3 Climate change will drive stronger, smaller storms in U.S., new modeling approach forecasts
4 Research challenges traditional views in insect evolution
5 Study raises new questions about what climate change will do to tornado outbreaks and what is responsible for recent trends
6 Levels of total cholesterol, LDL-C, triglycerides continue to decline among US adults
7 Potential new tool to aid breast cancer surgery
8 Online group therapy may be effective treatment for bulimia nervosa
9 Genetic link to fatal health condition could aid future treatment
10 Discovery of alarm response in medaka fish furthers analysis of fear
11 Link found between antidepressant use and congenital anomalies or stillbirths
12 Brain pattern flexibility and behavior
13 Why 'Arrival' is wrong about the possibility of talking with space aliens
14 Vitamin D status in newborns and risk of MS in later life
15 Can creativity beat death? New study suggests creatives worry less about dying
16 Link found between epilepsy drugs and birth defects
17 Aerobic exercise preserves brain volume and improves cognitive function
18 Cooling technique helps researchers 'target' a major component for a new collider
19 Fast, efficient sperm tails inspire nanobiotechnology
20 Shape matters when light meets atom
21 Elements 113,115, 117, and 118 are now formally named nihonium (Nh), moscovium (Mc), tennessine (Ts), and oganesson (Og)
22 Same class of algorithms used by Google and Netflix can also tell us if distant planetary systems are stable or not
23 Giant galaxy forming directly from surrounding gas
24 It's a bird... It's a plane... It's the tiniest asteroid!
25 Cause of visual impairment in astronauts identified
26 Phantom movements in augmented reality helps patients with chronic intractable phantom limb pain
27 Digital microbes for munching yourself healthy
28 Researchers clarify how laser annealing technology can lead to production of ultrathin nanomaterials
29 Online insomnia program can improve sleep for many, study finds
30 Evaluation of scientific rigor in animal research
31 Management of pine beetle not working
32 Predatory bacterium that kills to obtain bioplastic
33 VirusDetect efficiently detects viruses, viroids from large-scale, small RNA datasets
34 Large-scale changes in insect species inhabiting streams and rivers
35 Earthquake shows link between helium levels and stress on rock layer
36 New study describes 200 million years of geological evolution
37 Cloud in a box: Mixing aerosols and turbulence
38 Corals much older than previously thought, study finds
39 Human ancestor 'Lucy' was a tree climber, new evidence suggests
40 Shedding light on the origin of the baleen whale
41 Black death 'plague pit' discovered at 14th-century monastery hospital
42 'Listening' to signals traveling through bridges for diagnosing damage
43 Newly released report outlines major demographic shifts across country
44 1 in 7 people living with HIV in the EU/EEA are not aware of their HIV status
45 Use your words: Written prisoner interactions predict whether they'll clean up their acts
46 Dementia on the downslide, especially among people with more education, study finds
47 Counselors and educators should involve fathers from low-income settings more in their children's education
48 Even physicists are 'afraid' of mathematics
49 When do speech difficulties in children matter for literacy?
50 Power poses don't help and could potentially backfire
51 Massive cyberattack poses policy dilemma
52 Fragranced products: Risks for people and profits?
53 Workplace weight management lowers costs, improves quality of life
54 Depression in young people affects the stomach, anxiety, the skin
55 Platypus venom could hold key to diabetes treatment
56 This is your brain on God: Spiritual experiences activate brain reward circuits
57 It's all in the eyes: Women and men really do see things differently
58 Theory that challenges Einstein's physics could soon be put to the test
59 Neutron star may confirm 80-year-old prediction about the vacuum
60 New stars discovery shed new light on Galaxy's formation
61 Bringing silicon to life: Scientists persuade nature to make silicon-carbon bonds
62 Ancient seagrass holds secrets of the oldest living organism on Earth
63 Biggest exposed fault on Earth discovered
64 6,000 years ago the Sahara Desert was tropical, so what happened?
65 Ancient rocks hold evidence for life before oxygen
66 Toddler robots help solve how children learn
67 Our brains have a basic algorithm that enables our intelligence
68 Earth's 'technosphere' now weighs 30 trillion tons
69 Ants communicate by mouth-to-mouth fluid exchange
70 Research into diatom survival on a beach
71 Hubble Image of the Week--Irregular Galaxy IC 3583
72 NASA's Chandra Views a Stellar Circle of Life, Cygnus X-3
73 New Cassini Image Shows a Tiny Mimas, Huge Saturn Rings
74 New Study Shows Individual Lifespans Are Becoming More Similar
75 New Yale Study Points to a Possible Treatment for a Rare Vascular Disease
76 New Technique Reveals Internal Characteristics of Photonic Crystals
77 VLT Observations Reveal First Signs of a Strange Quantum Effect
78 New Study Links Zika and Glaucoma
79 Astronomers Probe Mystery of Pluto's Icy Heart
80 Astronomers Reveal Potential Localized Dust Enrichment from Massive Star Clusters
81 Astronomers Reveal Colliding Galaxy Clusters
82 AIM Spacecraft Observes Early Noctilucent Ice Clouds Over Antarctica
83 Mice Can Sense Oxygen Levels in the Environment Using Specialized Neurons
84 Dinosaur-killing asteroid turned planet Earth inside-out
85 Kangaroo-bone nose piercing is oldest bone jewellery ever found
86 Girl with terminal cancer wins right to be cryogenically frozen
87 How can Facebook and its users burst the 'filter bubble'?
88 Is new talk of interstellar drive too good to be true?
89 Bleached corals in the Pacific have started bouncing back
90 Crowdsourced prime number could help solve a 50-year-old problem
91 Are the US and China heading for a gene-editing 'space race'?
92 First ever lightning-mapping satellite set for take off
93 Google's DeepMind AI can lip-read TV shows better than a pro
94 Window to hell: Io's strongest volcano changes face as we watch
95 Dutch police use augmented reality to investigate crime scenes
96 Unconscious brain training beats phobias without the stress
97 Fijian ants grow their own plant cities and farm tropical fruits
98 Gut tissue wired up with nerves created in lab for first time
99 Global sea ice has reached a record low--should we be worried?
100 A dash of hydrogen and methane could have kept Mars warm
101 Porpoises plan their dives and can set their heart rate to match
102 GM mosquitoes approved for field trial release in Florida
103 New UK surveillance law may see mass data shared with Trump's US
104 Google's DeepMind agrees new deal to share NHS patient data
105 AI pilot helps US air force with tactics in simulated operations
106 Zika is no longer an emergency--it's worse than that, says WHO
107 Killer bird flu has spread across Europe--are humans next?
108 Gravity may have chased light in the early universe
109 Finland set to become first country to ban coal use for energy
110 Hubble rounds up the first worlds we'll check for alien life