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1 Scientists Bear Witness to Birth of an Ice Cloud
2 Scientists Zero in on Biological Diversity in 'Poor Man's Rainforest'
3 Amazonia's Best and Worst Areas for Carbon Recovery Revealed
4 Tracking the Circadian Clock
5 Food Technology Magazine Editors Share Top 10 Food Trend Predictions for 2017
6 Study Finds Ideal Method to Minimize Waffle Loss in Industrial Production
7 New Antimatter Breakthrough to Help Illuminate Mysteries of the Big Bang
8 IFT Calls upon Federal Government to Increase Funding for Sodium Reduction Research
9 Chemicals of 'Emerging Concern' Mapped in 3 Great Lakes
10 Festive Nebulas Light Up Milky Way Galaxy Satellite
11 Study to Assess Climate Resiliency of More than 250 US Cities
12 Biology and Neutrons Collide to Unlock Secrets of Fish Ear Bones
13 Scripps Florida Scientists Discover New Natural Source of Potent Anti-Cancer Drugs
14 2016 a Record Season for Broward County Sea Turtle Conservation Program
15 Neutron Diffraction Probes Forms of Carbon Dioxide in Extreme Environments
16 Ames Laboratory Develops Solvent-, Catalyst-Free Way to Produce Alkali Metal Hydrides
17 DHS S&T Calls for Anti-Jamming Technology Submissions
18 Leaky Plumbing Impedes Greenland Ice Sheet Flow
19 Cleaning Chromium from Drinking Water
20 Bright Future for Energy Devices
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22 Salamanders Brave Miles of Threatening Terrain for the Right Sex Partner
23 Advance in intense pulsed light sintering opens door to improved electronics manufacturing
24 Shigella bacterium exploits a physical force called 'endocytosis' in the membrane of cells
25 Nanoscale 'conversations' create complex, multi-layered structures
26 Tattoos mark the spot--for surgery--then disappear
27 Nanoarray sniffs out and distinguishes multiple diseases
28 Scientists invented method to take material out of theory and make it into real electrode
29 Fully functional 'nano-snowman' has applications for providing greener energy
30 Synthesis of pseudo-1D semiconductor provides insight into anisotropic 2D materials
31 Means by which cells 'eat' silicon nanowire revealed
32 First use of graphene to detect cancer cells
33 Probes help surgeons detect cancer cells: study
34 How to keep nanoparticle caterpillars safe from the crows of the immune system
35 New composite technology for enhanced electrical and thermal conductivity of conventional composite materials
36 Carbon dots dash toward 'green' recycling role
37 New graphene-based system could help us see electrical signaling in heart and nerve cells
38 Researchers build liquid biopsy chip that detects metastatic cancer cells in blood
39 Light provides pull for future nanocatalyst measurement
40 Nanocubes simplify printing and imaging in color and infrared
41 Study shows nanoparticles could be used to overcome treatment-resistant breast cancer
42 Nanomedical treatment concept combines NO gas therapy with starvation of tumor cells
43 Flexible device captures energy from human motion
44 State of the art sensors made from graphene and children's toy silly putty
45 Particles self-assemble into Archimedean tilings
46 Nano-calligraphy on graphene
47 Machine learning enables predictive modeling of 2-D materials
48 Electron-photon small-talk could have big impact on quantum computing
49 A better way to simulate accretion of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way developed
50 Quantum membranes for ultraprecise mechanical measurements
51 Researchers propose a new method for verifying the existence of Majorana fermions
52 JILA atomic clock mimics long-sought synthetic magnetic state
53 Ultra-small nanocavity advances technology for secure quantum-based data encryption
54 Transistors and diodes made from advanced semiconductor materials could perform much better than silicon
55 New ultrasound technique is first to image inside live cells
56 Coffee-ring phenomenon explained in new theory
57 Copper stripes help iron pnictide lock in insulating state
58 Researchers trace neural activity by using quantum sensors
59 Scientists detect a quantum crystal of electrons and 'watch' it melt
60 Scaled laboratory experiments explain the kink behaviour of the Crab Nebula jet
61 Scientists are trying to uncover what makes Stradivarius violins special--but are they wasting their time?
62 Laser pulses help scientists tease apart complex electron interactions
63 ALPHA observes light spectrum of antimatter for first time
64 Starfish larvae create complex water whorls to eat and run
65 World's smallest radio receiver has building blocks the size of two atoms
66 Toward safer, long-life nuclear reactors--metal design could raise radiation resistance by 100 times
67 Movable microplatform floats on a sea of droplets (w/ video)
68 New type of traveling wave pattern could contain biological coordinates
69 New theoretical framework for improved particle accelerators
70 Fast track control accelerates switching of quantum bits
71 Researchers achieve meter-scale optical coherence tomography for first time
72 Weak-value-based metrology surpasses classical limit
73 Hubble chases a small stellar galaxy in the Hunting Dog
74 'Passengers' and the real-life science of deep space travel
75 High-redshift quasar discovered by Pan-STARRS
76 Astronomers find supercluster of galaxies near Milky Way
77 First light for band 5 at ALMA
78 Small troughs growing on Mars may become 'spiders'
79 Avalanche statistics suggest Tabby's star is near a continuous phase transition
80 Festive nebulae light up Milky Way Galaxy satellite
81 VLA, ALMA team up to give first look at birthplaces of most current stars
82 Searching a sea of 'noise' to find exoplanets--using only data as a guide
83 Moth's eye inspires critical component on SOFIA's newest instrument
84 Famous red star Betelgeuse is spinning faster than expected; may have swallowed a companion 100,000 years ago
85 Study helps prove galaxy evolution theory
86 Pan-STARRS releases catalogue of 3 billion astronomical sources
87 Astronomers release largest digital survey of the visible Universe
88 No trace of dark matter in gamma-ray background
89 Data from GRAIL spacecraft suggest moon may have large lava tubes
90 Hubble 'cranes' in for a closer look at a galaxy
91 Are planets like those in 'Star Wars: Rogue One' really out there? NASA plans to find out
92 Astronomers observe mysterious dimming of a young nearby star
93 Verlinde's new theory of gravity passes first test
94 Rosetta's last words--science descending to a comet
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96 Astronomers discover dark past of planet-eating 'Death Star'
97 Number of known black holes expected to double in two years with new detection method
98 Road paved with solar panels powers French town
99 Uber pulls self-driving cars from California roads
100 Nokia sues Apple for patent infringement
101 Researchers launch tool to understand spread of fake news
102 What drives decisions by autonomous vehicles in dire situations?
103 Convenience shop items delivered by drone in US
104 Zuckerberg builds software butler for his home
105 Ireland to appeal EU's record $14 billion tax order on Apple
106 Hydroelectric engineers find potential in centuries-old mine
107 Rice, Baylor team sets new mark for 'deep learning'
108 A drone that flies (almost) like a bird
109 Scalable energy harvesting of unused mechanical energy in the environment
110 Ford studies using drones to guide self-driving cars