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1 Newly found genomic causes of severe compulsiveness in dogs could aid study of human OCD
2 Immune cell 'switch' discovery raises hopes in cancer fight
3 Researchers develop realistic system to study impact of residential mold on health
4 Homeless people suffer geriatric conditions decades early, UCSF study shows
5 Transgender children supported in their identities show positive mental health
6 New research unveils graphene 'moth eyes' to power future smart technologies
7 Potential treatment for Huntington's disease, found effective, safe in mice, monkeys
8 Artificial control of exciplexes opens possibilities for new electronics
9 Barrow neurosurgeon helps pave way for deep brain stimulation and Alzheimer's
10 Predictive proteins: Elevated levels trigger metastatic progression of cancer cells
11 Electron microscopy captures snapshot of structure coronaviruses use to enter cells
12 NASA's IBEX observations pin down interstellar magnetic field
13 St. Joseph's Hospital research reveals standard treatment for ovarian cancer
14 Breast reconstruction using abdominal tissue--Differences in outcome with four different techniques
15 3-D analysis and CAD/CAM techniques lead to new advances in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
16 Preventing protein unfolding
17 Light reflectance technique improves ability to remove prostate cancer during surgery
18 HIV in Rhode Island: Newly diagnosed men often 'hooked up' online
19 Why people oppose same-sex marriage
20 Non-integrating viral vector delivers chemotherapy-sensitizing gene to pancreatic cancer cells
21 Learn how to fly a plane from expert-pilot brainwave patterns
22 Palliative care important for prison population, too
23 108 million people have correctable vision impairment, global study estimates
24 The couple that sings together stays together
25 First in-human vaccine study for malaria caused by Plasmodium vivax
26 Insecticide-treated nets may still prevent malaria despite mosquito resistance
27 New research adds additional layer of complexity to human protein landscape
28 UT Dallas study: WikiLeaks list did not lead to attacks
29 Potential association between pre-labor cesarean delivery and childhood leukemia IDed
30 How plants protect photosynthesis from oxygen
31 Study finds 36 percent increase in number of male smokers in India
32 Building living, breathing supercomputers
33 Solar cells as light as a soap bubble
34 Combination therapy may be better than radiotherapy alone to treat aggressive brain cancer
35 University of Toronto researcher first to open lab notes in real time
36 Structure of a hantavirus protein as a promising model for drug design
37 Researchers find association between oral bacteria and esophageal cancer
38 K-Glass 3 offers users a keyboard to type text
39 Women who feel more at risk of crime also prefer physically dominant partners
40 Determining the structures of nanocrystalline pharmaceuticals by electron diffraction
41 Drug discovery paradigm targets Tau protein aggregation linked to the Alzheimer's disease
42 Researcher evaluation measures do not add up
43 Being overweight linked to poorer memory
44 World's first parallel computer based on biomolecular motors
45 Nature Communications: How metal clusters grow
46 Extreme events in the brain
47 Consumers care about carbon footprint
48 Research team sheds light on 'rightie' or 'leftie' behavior in a scale-eating cichlid
49 Disney automated system lets characters leap and bound realistically in virtual worlds
50 Newly found genomic causes of severe compulsiveness in dogs could aid study of human OCD
51 Immune cell 'switch' discovery raises hopes in cancer fight
52 Researchers develop realistic system to study impact of residential mold on health
53 Homeless people suffer geriatric conditions decades early, UCSF study shows
54 Transgender children supported in their identities show positive mental health
55 New research unveils graphene 'moth eyes' to power future smart technologies
56 Potential treatment for Huntington's disease, found effective, safe in mice, monkeys
57 Artificial control of exciplexes opens possibilities for new electronics
58 Barrow neurosurgeon helps pave way for deep brain stimulation and Alzheimer's
59 Radio rhinos: University of Guam scientist and colleagues tag coconut rhinoceros beetles
60 Who's (what) driving and when?
61 How to make a tiny volcanic island
62 Metabolism protein found to also regulate feeding behavior in the brain
63 Shark research produces the unexpected
64 Engineering music to sound better with cochlear implants
65 NASA maps El Nino's shift on US precipitation
66 UMass Amherst team offers new, simpler law of complex wrinkle patterns
67 Annual plastic surgery statistics reflect the changing face of plastic surgery
68 NASA sees a different kind of El Nino
69 Mountaintop mining, crop irrigation can damage water biodiversity, Virginia Tech researcher says
70 New catalyst makes hydrogen peroxide accessible to developing world
71 University of Kentucky researcher helps draft 'historic' position paper on nutrition and athletic performance
72 Antidepressant may improve cognitive symptoms in people with HIV
73 Penn study: Machine learning at arraignments can cut repeat domestic violence
74 New insights into the seasonality of Amazon's evergreen forests
75 Proofreading molecules tug on RNA to ensure protein production accuracy
76 Synchronized leaf aging in the Amazon responsible for seasonal increases in photosynthesis
77 Tests show no specific gastrointestinal abnormalities in children with autism
78 New Penn study links moving more with decreased mortality
79 New formulation of FDA-approved drug may help treat Niemann-Pick Type C disease
80 Race and gender of scientists affect perception of credibility
81 Study finds only a small portion of synapses may be active during neurotransmission
82 Colorado School of Public Health researcher examines chronic disease in workplace
83 Herring fishery's strength is in the sum of its parts, study finds
84 Syracuse University chemists expose side effects of antimalarial drug
85 Salt intake appears to have little impact on bone health in menopausal women
86 What makes the brain tick so fast?
87 Genome editing: US could apply UK's approach to evaluate safety, ethics
88 3-D technology used to safely reveal the diet of 'Chaucer's children'
89 Clinical community crucial in the future of mitochondrial replacement, say experts
90 Let it go: Reaction to stress more important than its frequency
91 Braille maps for blind and visually impaired created with 3-D printer at Rutgers
92 3-D micro X-ray images help answer questions about fried foods' internal structure
93 Autonomous acoustic sensors help researchers find endangered seabirds
94 Single antibody from human survivor protects nonhuman primates against Ebola virus
95 Study: Ozone does not necessarily promote decline of natural ecosystems
96 New front opens in battle against stroke
97 Analyzing genetic tree sheds new light on disease outbreaks
98 New substance selectively blocks Alzheimer's enzyme
99 Post-Ebola syndrome in Sierra Leone
100 Study: Ocean acidification already slowing coral reef growth
101 New prediction tool gives warning of rogue waves
102 'Team players' are picked earlier in NFL draft--and paid more, study shows
103 Scientists make significant anti-aging breakthrough
104 Study: Mental abilities are shaped by individual differences in the brain
105 Mastering the art of ignoring makes people more efficient
106 Zeroing in on 'super spreaders' and other hidden patterns of epidemics
107 Older adults have their own perspectives on sadness, loneliness and serenity
108 Your proximity to a grocery store changes the way you eat
109 Microrobots learn from ciliates
110 New trigger for self-powered mechanical movement
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