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1 Plastic proteins: Synthetic material mimics essential characteristics of natural proteins
2 Team tracks how halogen atoms compete to grow 'winning' perovskites
3 Engineers develop a pill for long-term drug release
4 Scientists improve perovskite solar-cell absorbers by giving them a squeeze
5 Researchers determine structure of unique receptor linked to neurodegeneration
6 Metal foam obliterates bullets--and that's just the beginning
7 Metal organic framework materials enable highly sensitive fiber sensor for real-time detection of water contaminants
8 Promising new method inhibits TB-causing bacteria
9 New environmental cleanup technology rids oil from water
10 New fluorescent probes help solve cell membrane mystery
11 Chemists create mimic of key vision protein
12 New theory, inspired by chocolate coatings, predicts thickness of thin shells
13 Researchers develop synthetic tissue with light-activated communications
14 Researchers use sunlight to produce chemicals and energy
15 For rechargeable batteries that crush the competition, crush this material
16 Building Immunity: Team recreates a T-cell receptor signaling pathway
17 Researchers find key to zinc rich plants to combat malnutrition
18 Wealth of unsuspected new microbes expands tree of life
19 Researchers uncover what makes plants 'clot'
20 Antibiotics don't promote swapping of resistance genes
21 Some frogs are adapting to deadly pathogen, according to study
22 Beta cells from love handles
23 World's wild tiger count rising for first time in a century
24 A newly discovered way for cells to die
25 Study examines the effects of exposing legumes to nitrogen fertilizer
26 Scientists discover how Chinese medicinal plant makes anti-cancer compound
27 Are plants the puppet masters in the pollination game?
28 Primate evolution in the fast lane
29 New insights into early human embryo development
30 Study brings new understanding to how fundamental DNA sequences govern gene activity
31 Scientists find that trap-jaw spiders strike prey with lightning speed
32 Tissue-damaging fungal toxin discovered in pioneering study
33 Bacteria use their own pumps to collect magnesium
34 Invasive species not best conservation tool, study says
35 Crab shell signaling helps control the many faces of cholera, study shows
36 Rare species are more important than originally believed, according to new research
37 Enzyme discovery leads scientists further down path to pumping oil from plants
38 In these microbes, iron works like oxygen
39 Stone Age humans brought deer to Scottish islands by sea: study
40 Banned EU pesticide affects learning of honeybees but not bumblebees
41 Handwriting analysis provides clues for dating of old testament texts
42 New study shows rich, poor have huge mortality gap in US
43 Neanderthals may have been infected by diseases carried out of Africa by humans
44 What really happened on Easter Island?
45 Newly purchased Newton alchemy manuscript to be put online
46 New models predicting where to find fossils
47 Modern men lack Y chromosome genes from Neanderthals, researchers say
48 Populations of early human settlers grew like an 'invasive species,' researchers find
49 Ancient horse poo sheds light on Hannibal's march
50 How network effects hurt economies
51 Peak friendship--data reveals when you'll be most popular
52 Fossil discovery suggests size poor predictor of maturity in ancient reptiles
53 Population size fails to explain evolution of complex culture
54 How ritual human sacrifice helped create unequal societies
55 Live fast, die young: Life history of ancient mammal relatives provides insight on survival tactics
56 Chasing after a prehistoric Kite Runner
57 Possible second Viking site discovered in North America
58 Bullet indicates Lawrence of Arabia was no liar
59 Ancient DNA shows European wipe-out of early Americans
60 Ancient Southwest marked by repeated periods of boom and bust
61 Mathematical sciences professor predicts winners of Major League 2016 Baseball season: The Mets come out on top
62 A fossilized snake shows its true colors
63 Seventh-graders learn astrophysics through mixed-reality computer simulation
64 Indonesian 'Hobbits' may have died out sooner than thought
65 Ancient fossil marks bridge between early arachnids and modern spiders
66 Hydrolyzed egg preparation safe for egg-allergic children
67 Nurses play crucial role in identifying victims of trafficking
68 Progesterone attenuates drug-induced QT interval lengthening
69 VA commission on care: Eliminate VA medical centers
70 For some diseases, 'genetic destiny' can be averted, study says
71 Biologists discover new strategy to treat central nervous system injury
72 Researchers reveal how two types of immune cells can arise from one
73 Marriage may be a cancer fighter
74 Chinese team uses CRISPR to genetically modify human embryo
75 Can more fiber restore microbiome diversity?
76 Mapping the routes to drug resistance in cancer
77 Smokers have harder time getting jobs, study finds
78 Small nerve fibers defy neuropathy conventions
79 Researchers find single gatekeeper guarding path to cold-induced pain
80 More male babies than expected born to Indian-born women in Canada, research papers find
81 A common brain cell shapes the nervous system in unexpected ways
82 Vitamin D supplementation doesn't change lean mass, BMD
83 Your income, hometown may be key to your lifespan
84 New public repository of patient-derived cancer models aims to improve drug testing
85 Central nervous system inflammation--a pathway and possible drug target
86 Exenatide twice daily deemed efficacious across BMI ranges
87 Colonic diverticular disease linked to dementia risk
88 Definition of prolonged third-stage labor may be outdated
89 Highly-sensitive detection method makes close monitoring of HDL kinetics possible
90 Neuronal structures associated with memory sprout in response to novel molecules
91 New front opens in war on superbugs: experts
92 Breakthrough toothpaste ingredient hardens your teeth while you sleep
93 Blood processing methods affect microparticles and mtDNA linked to transfusion reactions
94 Hepatitis B and C could be eliminated as public health problems in US, says new report
95 Researcher uses eye tracking to study linguistics
96 Egyptians get more scans of secret rooms behind Tut's tomb
97 Nepali textile find suggests Silk Road extended further south than previously thought
98 Social thinking in the infant brain revealed
99 Inequality linked to large, growing gap in lifespans
100 Antibiotics don't promote swapping of resistance genes
101 Breakthrough may stop multiple sclerosis in its tracks
102 Battery components can take the heat
103 Clathrate ices identified in comet 67P
104 Transcranial direct current stimulation can boost language comprehension
105 The missing brown dwarfs
106 Fertilizer's legacy: Taking a toll on land and water
107 Scientists uncover what makes plants 'clot'
108 Islands facing a dry future
109 Selection pressures push plants over adaption cliff
110 Radiation improves survival in older patients with soft tissue sarcomas