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1 Beyond Invisibility: Engineering Light with Metamaterials
2 The Surprising Things You Shouldn't Say to Someone Who's Lost Weight
3 How Speedy Beetles 'Ski' Across the Water
4 Quieter Supersonic Jet Is on the Horizon with New NASA Program
5 What the Deepest Spot in the Ocean Sounds Like
6 Mistaken Dengue Diagnoses Hamper Treatment, Prediction
7 Quieter Supersonic Jet Is on the Horizon with New NASA Program
8 What the Deepest Spot in the Ocean Sounds Like
9 Mistaken Dengue Diagnoses Hamper Treatment, Prediction
10 There Be 'Baby Dragons'...Ready to Hatch in Slovenian Cave
11 Not So Fast: Discovery of Radio Burst Source May Be Flawed
12 Vint Cerf: Do Not Fear Failure, the Lessons are Important (Op-Ed)
13 Plane Debris Could Be from Doomed Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
14 Did Angry Gods Drive Humanity's Expansion? (Op-Ed)
15 Can Drug Trips Be Religious? Rabbis Take 'Shrooms for Science
16 Doesn't Make Scents? Snakebite Causes Man to Lose Ability to Smell
17 Tornado Clusters Becoming More Deadly and More Common
18 Tiny Molecules Could Solve Problems Supercomputers Take Lifetimes to Crack
19 How Much Blood Is in the Human Body?
20 US Government Invites Hackers to 'Hack the Pentagon'
21 Psychosis Plus Pot Could Mean More Hospital Time
22 Another Coffee Perk? Reduced Risk of MS
23 Obesity's Toll: 11 Million Doctor's Visits Yearly
24 Top 10 Inventions that Changed the World
25 Ancient Burial Ground with 100 Tombs Found Near Biblical Bethlehem
26 Farthest Galaxy Yet Smashes Cosmic Distance Record
27 Here's Why It's So Hard to Maintain Weight Loss
28 Nonhuman 'Hands' Found in Prehistoric Rock Art
29 The Brain Science Behind Raising the Tobacco Buying Age to 21
30 Trump's 'Big Hands'? What Science Says About Men's Anatomy
31 Rare Amber-Entombed Lizards Preserved in Amazing Detail
32 Zika Virus: Microcephaly May Be 'Tip of the Iceberg' for Infant Problems
33 Zika Virus May Infect, Kill Neural Stem Cells
34 Surfers Invent Floating Trash Bin to Clean Up World's Oceans
35 Weekend Reading: The Best Science Stories of the Week
36 Aaaaaaah, Really? You Would Die if You Didn't Sigh
37 Can You Outrun a Supervolcano? Maybe, Study Finds
38 Mars' Mysterious Moon Phobos Revealed in New Photo
39 New Piece Added to World's Oldest Jigsaw Puzzle
40 Molar teeth study could provide key to unlocking human fossil record
41 Global call to change the way we regulate salinity
42 Groupthink: too much connectivity may stifle innovation
43 Nervous system found in 520-million-year-old crustacean-like animal in southern China
44 Chronic stress enhances cancer spread through lymphatic system
45 The oldest-known fossil of a land-dwelling organism is a fungus
46 Monster volcano gave Mars extreme makeover: study
47 GN-z11: Astronomers push Hubble Space Telescope to limits to observe most remote galaxy ever seen
48 North Korean defector found freedom, returned to rescue her family
49 Mexican President says he won't pay for Trump wall, makes Hitler warning
50 108 million people have correctable vision impairment, global study estimates
51 Studies find osteopathic manipulative treatment improves low back pain, avoid surgery
52 Why people oppose same-sex marriage
53 Radio rhinos: University of Guam scientist and colleagues tag coconut rhinoceros beetles
54 Mammalian fertilization, caught on tape
55 The couple that sings together stays together
56 Insecticide-treated nets may still prevent malaria despite mosquito resistance
57 New UTSA study delves into what makes a great leader
58 Learn how to fly a plane from expert-pilot brainwave patterns
59 Women who feel more at risk of crime also prefer physically dominant partners
60 Two-pronged attack increases potency of new anti-cancer drugs
61 Breast reconstruction using abdominal tissue--Differences in outcome with four different techniques
62 Homeless people suffer geriatric conditions decades early, UCSF study shows
63 Artificial control of exciplexes opens possibilities for new electronics
64 Opting out of federal rule requiring physician supervision does not increase anesthesia care access
65 Stretchable electronics that quadruple in length
66 Being overweight linked to poorer memory
67 Electron microscopy captures snapshot of structure coronaviruses use to enter cells
68 When sea levels rise, damage costs rise even faster
69 Cells in stiffer tissues are squeezed into mutating more often
70 Tarantula toxins converted to painkillers
71 Newly found genomic causes of severe compulsiveness in dogs could aid study of human OCD
72 Glucose-guzzling immune cells may drive coronary artery disease, Stanford study finds
73 Quick thinking and feeling healthy predict longer life
74 Disney automated system lets characters leap and bound realistically in virtual worlds
75 New research adds additional layer of complexity to human protein landscape
76 Researchers find association between oral bacteria and esophageal cancer
77 HIV in Rhode Island: Newly diagnosed men often 'hooked up' online
78 Solar cells as light as a soap bubble
79 NASA's IBEX observations pin down interstellar magnetic field
80 Non-integrating viral vector delivers chemotherapy-sensitizing gene to pancreatic cancer cells
81 New catalyst makes hydrogen peroxide accessible to developing world
82 Study links normal stem cells to aggressive prostate cancer
83 How to make a tiny volcanic island
84 New research unveils graphene 'moth eyes' to power future smart technologies
85 Eylea outperforms Avastin for diabetic macular edema with moderate or worse vision loss
86 Potential association between pre-labor cesarean delivery and childhood leukemia IDed
87 University of Kentucky physicist discovers new 2-D material that could upstage graphene
88 First in-human vaccine study for malaria caused by Plasmodium vivax
89 Study finds only a small portion of synapses may be active during neurotransmission
90 Capsule shedding: A new bacterial pathway that promotes invasive disease
91 Combination therapy may be better than radiotherapy alone to treat aggressive brain cancer
92 St. Joseph's Hospital research reveals standard treatment for ovarian cancer
93 Light reflectance technique improves ability to remove prostate cancer during surgery
94 Hospitalization of patients with myelomeningocele in the 21st century
95 Whole-exome sequencing: A rational approach for 'diagnostic odyssey' patients
96 Improved imaging takes x-ray risks out of the picture
97 Female fertility is dependent on functional expression of the E3 ubiquitin ligase Itch
98 Anthropocene examined
99 A new way to discover DNA modifications
100 Snoring in children can affect their health
101 Study finds 5x increase in hand sanitizer use when located in hospital
102 Renal insufficiency: Frequently undetected
103 Chronic conditions rise in older people
104 Protein revealed as glue that holds biomolecules within the nucleolus
105 Air pollution linked to higher risk of preterm birth for mothers with asthma
106 Major advances and ongoing challenges for gene therapy in SCID-X1
107 Forensic botany uses plant DNA to trace crimes
108 Making better enzymes and protein drugs
109 Subcutaneous insulin therapy fails to protect against oxidative stress and inflammation
110 New insights into how antiarrhythmic drugs work