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1 Want to Feel the Music? Get Inside the Box
2 Small Indiana Town and Their HIV Epidemic
3 Substance Abuse and the Brain: It's a Gray Matter
4 That Sick Tat May Keep You Healthy
5 Bone Density in Children with ADHD
6 Antibiotics, Gut Microbes and Diabetes
7 Child Prodigies and Autism Spectrum Disorder
8 Predicting the Unfathomable
9 How is Asthma Linked to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?
10 Possible New Therapy for Very Short Boys?
11 Psychedelic Brain Scan
12 Panic Attacks: A Scary Reality
13 The Self-Absorption of Sexual Violence
14 More Bad News for the Lonely Hearts Club
15 The Importance of the Intestinal Lining
16 The Fast Food Conundrum Grows Toxic
17 Alzheimer's Cause Could be in the Powerhouse
18 Alcohol Abuse in Our Teens
19 Fish Oils in a Pregnant Mother's Diet May Prevent Asthma
20 N/A
21 A Surprising Occupational Hazard
22 Bread Mold may be Used for Better Rechargeable Battery, Says Study
23 'Hobbits' Found in Indonesia May Have Gone Extinct Earlier Than Previously Thought
24 Gorillas Are Not That Different From Us, New Study Shows
25 When It Comes To Chocolates, Choose Wisely For Your Health
26 A Bionic Suit Lets You Experience Old Age And It's Changing How People Feel About The Future
27 Ritual Human Sacrifices Helped Build Up Social Classes, New Study Reveals
28 Here Are Increased Health Risks Due To Worsening Climate Change
29 NASA Is Developing Space Farming; Growing Food In Mars May Soon Be Possible
30 NASA and Affiliates Send Inflatable Habitat Named BEAM Into Space
31 AeroFarm is The Future of Agriculture
32 'Philosopher Stone' Recipe Discovered in Isaac Newton's Manuscript
33 Mayday! NASA's Kepler Telescope Malfunctions 75 Million Miles From Earth
34 6 Amazing Facts About Rainbows That Will Blow Your Mind
35 Ribose In RNA Can Develop In Comets; Life Beyond Earth Still Positive
36 Mysteries Unveiled: Scientists Discover The Secret Behind Fairy Circles
37 International Day of Human Space Flight: UN Celebrates Yuri Gagarin And The Space Era
38 Monogamy in Early Humans Exists Due to Sexually Transmitted Infections, Study Shows
39 Oldest Glass Factory In Israel Unearthed, Dates Back To 4th Century A.D.
40 Scientists Create First Bacteria-Powered Solar Panels To Produce Clean Energy
41 The Kardashians Of Science: 7 Famous Science Celebs On Twitter You Need To Follow
42 Real Estate On Mars? RedWorks Will Build Your Home On The Red Planet
43 Stephen Hawking, Mark Zuckerberg, Yuri Milner Launch $100 million Space Project Called Breakthrough Starshot
44 NASA Astronaut Brothers Mark, Scott Kelly Undergo 'Twin Study' For 2030 Mars Journey
45 Is Deja Vu A Glitch In The Human Brain?
46 Sarah Palin Lashes Out At Bill Nye Over Climate Change, Mocks Actor's Credibility
47 Iron From Supernova Explosion Found On Earth Also Discovered On Moon
48 A New Generation Of Genetically Modified White Mushrooms Is Here, But There's A Catch
49 There's A New Cannibal Galaxy That's So Hungry, It's Eating Its Galactic Neighbors
50 New maths proof shows how to stack oranges in 24 dimensions
51 Eyeless cave shrimp senses light and can live frozen in ice
52 Brain-shocking therapy may work by boosting calcium in the brain
53 Interstellar cloud could have wiped out the dinosaurs
54 UK's wildlife gets far more attention than tropical hotspots
55 Common UK migrating birds are arriving earlier or leaving later
56 Lost Japanese satellite Hitomi shows unexpected signs of life
57 Bubbling ocean on Saturn's moon could explain vanishing island
58 Giving mosquitoes chemical weapons helps keep them under control
59 First games for Oculus Rift reveal your new virtual playground
60 Dear Google, please help us use our data to beat dengue and Zika
61 More evidence for Planet Nine as odd celestial alignment emerges
62 Inside the shape-shifting VR factory of manufacturing's future
63 NHS England backtracks from rolling out HIV-prevention drug
64 Japanese Hitomi satellite falls silent after taking a tumble
65 Unexpected Antarctic ice melt may trigger 2 metre sea level rise
66 Long-term view of extreme cosmic burst challenges astronomers
67 Bio coding language makes it easier to hack living cells
68 The birds that are winning and losing thanks to climate change
69 Cloud atlas uses satellite data to predict where species live
70 Lasers could hide Earth from aliens--or tell them we're here
71 Explore how global obesity crisis has exploded in past 40 years
72 People who never forget their past could have unique kind of OCD
73 Robots infiltrate insect world to learn their ways
74 Wolves or bears? Threatened caribou mothers' catch-22 dilemma
75 Dust devils on Mars may be boosted by their own shadows
76 Toxic form of tau protein foils memory formation in Alzheimer's
77 Same Blue Origin rocket reaches space and lands for third time
78 The hands-on breeding effort saving the world's weirdest parrot
79 Pluto may have tipped over when Charon tugged at its heart
80 Planet Nine might be an exoplanet stolen by the sun
81 Has ritual human sacrifice shaped societies and class systems?
82 SETI looks at red dwarf stars in its search for ancient aliens
83 Inflatable space hotel to be tested by space station crew
84 AI helps answer thousands of health queries in Zambia via SMS
85 Hidden cost of climate change is unwanted carbs in your food
86 Extinct animal flew underwater kites made of its own young
87 Insomnia could be caused by loose connections in the brain
88 Anger as coal mine that could damage Great Barrier Reef approved
89 Aviation and shipping firms edge towards pledging emissions cuts
90 Thync piece: Do mind-altering wearables live up to the billing?
91 Calls for pharma to follow GSK and make drugs more accessible
92 Gene therapy gets approval for 'bubble kids' in world first
93 No excuse for doctors who refuse to treat transgender people
94 WhatsApp enables encryption and ramps up for government fight
95 Submarine-hunting drones take off and land on water vertically
96 Invasive earthworms threaten growth of new North American trees
97 Some stillbirths are avoidable if we know enough to act in time
98 Just say maybe: Is the world ready to abandon the war on drugs?
99 Lifelogging and fiction can teach computers to see how we see
100 Bawean warty pig may be world's rarest pig, with only 230 around
101 Watch the first crewed flight of the world's first 'flying car'
102 HIV defies attempt to edit virus out of human cells with CRISPR
103 Missing Y chromosome kept us apart from Neanderthals
104 Capitalism must be re-engineered if we want a low-carbon world
105 Missing building block of life could be made on ice in space
106 Earth's cloud shield against warming may be weaker than thought
107 Extreme morning sickness? You're less likely to have a boy
108 Re-run of controversial study shows how to cut trans prejudice
109 Pink rays spotted hitching a ride on the backs of stingrays
110 Mars moons may have formed after collision with Pluto-like world