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1 A small dragonfly is found to be the world's longest-distance flyer
2 Converting atmospheric carbon dioxide into batteries
3 Research shows stem cell infusion could be effective for most common type of heart failure
4 Breeding birds use alligators to protect nests from raccoons, opossums
5 New method reveals high similarity between gorilla and human Y chromosome
6 A new weapon in the fight against children's brain tumors developed at U-M
7 Turning smokestack emissions into carbon nanotube-containing batteries
8 'A load of old rot': Fossil of oldest known land-dweller identified
9 New research identifies role of tiny bubbles in teeth cleaning
10 PET scans reveal key details of Alzheimer's protein growth in aging brains
11 Water-skiing beetles get a bumpy ride
12 Vitamin D deficiency contributes to spread of breast cancer in mice, Stanford study finds
13 Moderate drinking has risks and benefits, heavy drinking heightens short- and long-term risk of heart attack, stroke
14 Children who are emotionally abused may be more likely to experience migraine as adults
15 Gene identified that helps wound healing
16 Using graphene to fight bacteria
17 State laws boost flu vaccination rates in health care workers
18 New basal bird from China reveals the morphological diversity in early birds
19 Journal of Dairy Science offers collection on tail docking
20 Drug halves risk of intestinal paralysis after abdominal surgery
21 H. pylori infection may reduce risk of allergic esophageal condition
22 Drinking more water associated with numerous dietary benefits, study finds
23 Children's Hospital Colorado experts publish article on the 2014 enterovirus D68 outbreak
24 NASA Goddard network maintains communications from space to ground
25 Increases in state and local spending could decrease mortality rates, researcher finds
26 NASA finds drought in Eastern Mediterranean worst of past 900 years
27 Emergency departments face considerable costs related to long-term urinary catheters
28 Extinct otter-like 'marine bear' might have had a bite like a saber-toothed cat
29 Bees 'dumb down' after ingesting tiny doses of the pesticide chlorpyrifos
30 Was author of famed 'Gray's Anatomy' textbook a plagiarist?
31 From Molecular Case Studies: Novel gene variants identified in male breast cancer
32 Early MRI screening reduces risk of breast cancer death for survivors of childhood HL
33 Cholera-like disease 'piggybacking' on El Nino to reach new shores
34 Moments of acute stress can cause molecular alterations in immune response
35 Physicists get a perfect material for air filters
36 Researchers uncover expansion of lone star ticks in Kansas
37 Study shows high patient satisfaction with telemedicine-based care of sleep apnea
38 Donor organ recovery at standalone facility increases suitable organs for transplant
39 From Molecular Case Studies: Novel syndrome resulting from multiple genomic lesions
40 Link between ADHD and academic expectations identified by University of Miami researchers
41 EARTH: Urban geology
42 Celestial bodies born like cracking paint
43 Kavli Lectures: Computers for drug discovery, clean energy
44 Link between sleep and social participation may be key to healthy aging
45 New method to stop Argentine ants
46 Experts assess the impact of climate change on public health
47 Less connectivity improves innovation
48 Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine in Asia-Pacific, the same but different
49 Is conservation aid preventing deforestation?
50 Identity unearthed
51 Penguin brains not changed by loss of flight
52 Twin study: Genetics and environment affect different regions of the brain
53 Americans who see God as 'a secure base' tend to be more committed, satisfied on the job
54 U-M's Lee: Current vision screening recommendations for older adults have merit
55 Study highlights need for better characterized genomes for clinical sequencing
56 Low vitamin D predicts aggressive prostate cancer
57 The overlooked commotion of particle motion in the ocean
58 Researchers ID risk factors that predict violence in adults with mental illness
59 Suicide re-attempt risk substantially reduced after a novel psychiatric intervention
60 Hey boss: Workers prefer consistent jerk to loose cannon
61 Nuanced findings for a large experimental treatment trial for Ebola virus disease
62 NREL collaboration boosts potential for CdTe solar cells
63 Pharmaceutical company performance improves when innovation and execution align
64 NREL analysis finds tax credit extensions can impact renewable energy deployment and electric sector
65 OLED displays and solid-state lightings in mass production, coming soon
66 New discovery opens doors to manipulating fat production in the body
67 What you know can affect how you see
68 Beta blockers may lead to new novel triple negative breast cancer treatments
69 Why does stepping on a LEGO hurt so much? (video)
70 Researchers' new advance in quest for second generation biofuels
71 Aflibercept in myopic choroidal neovascularization: Added benefit not proven
72 Surgery, anesthesia not linked to long-term cognitive impairment in older adults
73 Campuses need safety planning to protect abuse victims, study finds
74 Neutrophils 'vacuum' microbes away from the brain
75 High-carbon coal products could derail China's clean energy efforts
76 From backyard pool chemical to nanomaterial
77 Ethnic minority women more likely to believe that cancer is deadly and down to fate
78 Regulating neuronal membrane lipids could be the key to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
79 The special theory of relativity has been disproved theoretically
80 Using old drugs to treat new viruses
81 Signposts to the muscles
82 New research helps solve the riddle of the ocean carbon conundrum
83 Depression is more than a mental disorder: It affects the whole organism
84 Around a third of workers fear for jobs and pay, research says
85 Internet domain space overcrowded and stifling demand, suggesting a future 'not-com' boom
86 Predetermined breaking point in the amniotic sac
87 Quantitative assessment of dynamic deformability and adhesion of red blood cells possible
88 The first principle study of electronic and optical properties in rhombohedral BiAlO3
89 No more headache after watching movies
90 An integrated evaluation framework for water storage strategies in Sub-Sahara Africa
91 Trinity immunologists find new ways to beat the 'bad guys'
92 Sponge structure key to mopping up oil spills
93 An Ebola virus-encoded microRNA-like fragment serves as a biomarker for early diagnosis
94 New coronal mass ejection simulations hold promise for future of space weather forecasting
95 Improving biorefineries with bubbles
96 New formula can predict professional football players' long-term concussion damages
97 Youngest and oldest patients more likely to report pain, lower activity levels following
98 More than half of lawn mower injuries to children require an amputation
99 Physician empathy a key driver of patient satisfaction
100 One in two Americans have a musculoskeletal condition
101 Lifetime breakthrough promising for low-cost and efficient OLED displays and lights
102 Protein revealed as glue that holds biomolecules within the nucleolus
103 Social amoeba cast wide, lethal DNA nets to kill invading bacteria
104 Combination injection improves glucose control for patients with type 2 diabetes
105 Study: TXA safe and effective to reduce blood loss in joint replacement surgery
106 Zika virus medical countermeasures, challenges and opportunities
107 Long-term stress erodes memory
108 Renter beware: Study finds Craigslist catches barely half of scam rental listings
109 Studies explain adolescents' vulnerability to addictive drugs
110 Family support buffers the physiological effects of racial discrimination