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1 New nanotechnology detects biomarkers of cancer
2 Study finds mechanism by which obesity promotes pancreatic and breast cancer
3 On Darwin's birthday, tomato genetics study sheds light on plant evolution
4 Ants were socializing--and sparring--nearly 100 million years ago, Rutgers study finds
5 Food availability a problem in smaller urban cities, a Kansas State University study finds
6 Electronic healthcare records data reveal factors linked to emergency department revisits
7 New experimental test detects signs of Lyme disease near time of infection
8 Imaging with an 'optical brush'
9 Scientists in Panama call for alert as cobia, a potentially invasive fish, spreads
10 When the boss's ethical behavior breaks bad
11 UW scientists create ultrathin semiconductor heterostructures for new technologies
12 NYU research: A window to prevent HIV/AIDS epidemic in Colombia
13 Alliterative product promotions pique purchasers
14 A new tool improves the diagnosis of frailty syndrome
15 Memory replay prioritizes high-reward memories
16 Stability in ecosystems: Asynchrony of species is more important than diversity
17 Focus on basic determinants to address stunting globally: Prof. Bhutta
18 Important role nucleocytoplasmic transport in ALS & frontotemporal dementia
19 Genome studies can help identify lifestyle risks for diseases
20 Gene switch may repair DNA and prevent cancer
21 On Darwin's birthday, IU study sheds new light on plant evolution
22 New CU study confirms giant flightless bird wandered the Arctic 50 million years ago
23 New lens ready for its close-up
24 Researchers present inner workings of Ebola vaccine trial
25 It takes more than a village to build a house
26 Gene previously observed only in brain is important driver of metastatic breast cancer
27 Gene technology to help healthy skin in Aboriginal Australians
28 Gene signature could lead to a new way of diagnosing Lyme
29 Combination drug targeting opioid system may help relieve treatment-resistant depression
30 Graphene leans on glass to advance electronics
31 Researchers identify 'neurostatin' that may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease
32 'Jaws' may help humans grow new teeth, shark study suggests
33 Public health researchers map world's 'chemical landscape'
34 Poor air quality kills 5.5 million worldwide annually
35 Researchers create 'mini-brains' in lab to study neurological diseases
36 Panel: Child abuse costs countries up to $150 billion per year
37 For a special Valentine? Beyond diamonds and gems: The world's rarest minerals
38 Not your grandfather's house, but maybe it should be
39 Science predicts more frequent extreme events will shock the global food system
40 New app turns smartphones into worldwide seismic network
41 Research success increasingly hinges on honing teamwork skills
42 Shaping crystals with the flow
43 Sleep apnea takes a toll on brain function
44 Feeling older increases risk of hospitalization, study says
45 JAMA Oncology: An expert opinion on how to address the skyrocketing prices of cancer drugs
46 Marine vessel tracking system also a lifesaver for wildlife
47 Pinpointing loneliness in the brain
48 Male biology students consistently underestimate female peers, study finds
49 Lifelong physical activity increases bone density in men
50 Carbon dioxide stored underground can find multiple ways to escape
51 Study finds fish larvae are better off in groups
52 Including sexual orientation & gender identity data in electronic records: What are the next steps?
53 About 1 in 5 adolescent victims of sexual harassment on social media report abuse to provider
54 Study finds freezing nerves prior to knee replacement improves outcomes
55 A metal that behaves like water
56 LIGO, including the MSU scientists, announced a record of gravitational waves
57 For a rare prairie orchid, science is making climate change local
58 Mommy and me
59 Renovating spaces and preserving places with lasers
60 Giving support to others--not just receiving it--has beneficial effects
61 Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein's prediction [American Univ]
62 Want to be a doctor, but have a disability? Many medical schools look unwelcoming
63 New imaging technique shows how DNA is protected at chromosomes' ends
64 Better definition needed for reasonable medical certainty in child abuse cases
65 Twisting magnets enhance data storage capacity
66 Plant extract shows promise in treating pancreatic cancer
67 Scientists learn how young brains form lifelong memories by studying worms' food choices
68 Unraveling the enigma of salty taste detection
69 More evidence found on potential harmful effects of e-cigarettes
70 100-mllion-year-old amber preserves oldest animal societies
71 What 'tainted' engagement rings reveal about consumer expectations
72 Gravitational waves found, black-hole models led the way
73 GGC physicist leads team in innovative black hole research
74 Herpes outbreak, other marine viruses linked to coral bleaching event
75 The CNIO finds a potential therapy for the most aggressive type of lung cancer in preclinical models
76 LIGO confirms RIT's breakthrough prediction of gravitational waves
77 In-depth Q&A: Three researchers on the front line of today's gravitational wave discovery
78 'Lasers rewired': Scientists find a new way to make nanowire lasers
79 NOAA, partners: Testing detects algal toxins in Alaska marine mammals
80 Kansas State University researchers staying ahead of wheat blast disease
81 Early diet of infants, not maternal obesity, influences development of gut microbiome
82 Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein's prediction [LSU]
83 'Housing Policy Debate' publishes Penn Nursing & Cornell study on affordable housing
84 Younger T cells may improve immunotherapy for children's cancer
85 Real-time Ebola fusion system yields clues to stopping infection
86 Oldest footprints in Catalonia
87 New report finds illness continues to be major effect linked to Gulf War military service
88 Novel neuroprotective therapy found to enhance memory
89 Breaking cell barriers with retractable protein nanoneedles
90 DNA breaks in nerve cells' ancestors cluster in specific genes
91 Vitamin D-rich foods during pregnancy may reduce allergy risk in children
92 Biosensors on demand
93 I want her to want me: Where men, sex and personality meet
94 Daily dose of beetroot juice improved endurance and blood pressure
95 Success in making use of waste heat to generate electrical power
96 Cornell astrophysicists play vital role to validate detection of gravitational waves
97 Silicon chip with integrated laser: Light from a nanowire
98 Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein's prediction [NSF]
99 Bumpy liquid films could simplify fabrication of microlenses
100 New target found in search for new, more effective herbicide
101 Could the food we eat affect our genes? Study in yeast suggests this may be the case
102 Discovery of new iron oxides points to large oxygen source inside the Earth
103 How your cells build tiny 'train tracks' could shed light on human disease
104 Improvisation is curbing innovation at small and medium-sized Spanish construction firms
105 Elsevier announces the launch of Transplantation Reports
106 Researchers come up with new answers concerning a weight-regulating hormone
107 High-cholesterol diet, eating eggs do not increase risk of heart attack
108 New NTU smart chip makes low-powered, wireless neural implants a possibility
109 Plankton network linked to ocean's biological carbon pump revealed
110 Expanded understanding of promising blood fat-lowering protein
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