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1 Beyond DNA: TGen points the way to enhanced precision medicine with RNA sequencing
2 IU biochemist finds solution to 'acid shock' in craft brewers' sour beer production
3 Pumping up energy storage with metal oxides
4 Uncovering bacterial role in platinum formation
5 Astrophysicists catch 2 supernovae at the moment of explosion
6 New gravity map gives best view yet inside Mars
7 Many species now going extinct may vanish without a fossil trace
8 Wrinkles and crumples make graphene better
9 City birds are smarter than country birds
10 Drought alters recovery of Rocky Mountain forests after fire
11 CU study: Fires, drought in changing climate affecting high-altitude forests
12 Penn researchers show rising opioid prescriptions following low-risk surgeries
13 Is Alaska's first new butterfly species in decades an ancient hybrid?
14 Galapagos lakes reveal tropical Pacific climate since Biblical times
15 Laser beams with a 'twist'
16 Baby monkeys grow faster to avoid being killed by adult males
17 Expanding use of recycled water would benefit the environment and human health
18 Ocean acidification takes a toll on California's coastline at nighttime
19 Maths could help search and rescue ships sail more safely in heavy seas
20 Stanford chemists develop an ultra-sensitive test for cancers, HIV
21 Smartphones could improve skin cancer detection in developing countries
22 Stanford scientists develop new technique for imaging cells and tissues under the skin
23 Nearly half of women who stop smoking during pregnancy go back to smoking soon after baby is born
24 Women with impaired stress hormone before pregnancy have lower-birthweight babies
25 Study sheds light on patterns behind brain, heart systems; circadian rhythms
26 China's forest recovery shows hope for mitigating global climate change
27 Most eccentric planet ever known flashes astronomers with reflected light
28 Speeding up accuracy of flood risk assessment
29 Dissecting the animal diet, past and present
30 Climate change redistributes global water resources
31 Selfish bumblebees are not prepared to share
32 VLA shows earliest stages of planet formation
33 Hubble unveils monster stars
34 Drug makes stem cells become 'embryonic' again
35 West Africa, Ebola and the threat of Zika
36 Female frogs identify own offspring using inner GPS
37 Most presidential candidates speak at grade 6-8 level
38 Oil and natural gas boom causes methane emissions to increase
39 Researchers find ancient DNA preserved in modern-day humans
40 Ancient Denisovan DNA excavated in modern Pacific Islanders
41 CU-Boulder student-built dust counter got few 'hits' on Pluto flyby
42 Five papers provide new data from flyby of Pluto
43 Green Gitmo
44 Researchers generate whole-genome map of fruit fly genetic recombination
45 Bronze bell recovered from World War II aircraft-carrying submarine off Oahu coast
46 Plants' ability to adapt could change conventional wisdom on climate change, U of M study finds
47 Scientists discover parts of organs 'have minds of their own' when it comes to growth
48 Unexpected changes of bright spots on Ceres discovered
49 Winter storms of 2013/14 the most energetic to hit western Europe since 1948, study shows
50 Climate warming accelerating carbon loss from thawing Arctic soils, Dartmouth study finds
51 The Lancet: New research further supports association between Zika virus, infection and microcephaly
52 Potential Zika virus risk estimated for 50 US cities
53 Bacterial resistance to copper in the making for thousands of years
54 Silent oceans: Acidification stops shrimp chorus
55 Higher volume radiation facilities associated with better survival rates
56 Young sun-like star shows a magnetic field was critical for life on the early Earth
57 Scientists generate a new type of human stem cell that has half a genome
58 Computer simulations may help golfers tame the sport's 'scariest 155 yards'
59 Maternal instincts
60 Solving the mystery of the Tully Monster
61 Advanced energy storage material gets unprecedented nanoscale analysis
62 Human challenge promises to speed up dengue vaccine development
63 Experimental dengue vaccine protects all recipients in virus challenge study
64 N/A
65 Vermont Vaccine Testing Center study reveals effective, single-dose dengue vaccine
66 Last piece of dengue vaccine puzzle found effective in small trial
67 Potential Zika virus risk estimated for 50 US cities
68 Flipping a light switch recovers memories lost to Alzheimer's disease mice
69 'Lost' memories can be found
70 Women may keep verbal memory skills longer than men in the early stages of Alzheimer's
71 New technique tracks 'heartbeat' of hundreds of wetlands
72 Lasers help speed up the detection of bacterial growth in packaged food
73 Coral on a chip cracks coral mysteries
74 Viruses 'piggyback' on host microbes' success
75 Artificial 'nose' sniffs out pollution to protect Disney art
76 Research will help policymakers plan for sea level rise
77 Pigeon foot feather genes identified
78 Pregnant T. rex could aid in dino sex-typing
79 Fertilizer applied to fields today will pollute water for decades
80 Researchers discover fairy circles in Australia
81 Microbes may not be so adaptable to climate change
82 Degrading underground ice could reshape Arctic landscape
83 Degrading ice wedges reshape Arctic landscape
84 A rolling stone gathers no mates
85 A glance into the future of the Arctic
86 Nature study reveals rapid ice-wedge loss across Arctic
87 Smartwatches can now track your finger in mid-air using sonar
88 400,000-year-old fossils from Spain provide earliest genetic evidence of Neandertals
89 Adolescent female pandas not the demure homebodies once thought
90 Sharkskin actually increases drag
91 Unique beak evolved with tool use in New Caledonian crow
92 Whip spiders only look terrifying, UCLA biologist reports
93 Outsourcing crystal space
94 Compressing turbulence to improve internal confinement fusion experiments
95 New ORNL method could unleash solar power potential
96 Warming ocean water undercuts Antarctic ice shelves
97 Study says marine protected areas can benefit large sharks
98 Scratching the surface: Real-time monitoring of surface changes at the atomic level
99 Detecting radioactive material from a remote distance
100 Sweet corn genes related to crowding stress identified
101 Photosynthesis more ancient than thought, and most living things could do it
102 Storks give up on winter migration in favor of junk food
103 New fuel cell design powered by graphene-wrapped nanocrystals
104 SDU researchers present a new model for what dark matter might be
105 More than bugs: Spiders also like to eat vegetarian
106 Satellites and shipwrecks: Landsat satellite spots foundered ships in coastal waters
107 Bacterial biofilms in hospital water pipes may show pathogenic properties
108 Scientists create painless patch of insulin-producing beta cells to control diabetes
109 Lake Huron's Chinook salmon fishery unlikely to recover due to ongoing food shortage
110 Bee flower choices altered by exposure to pesticides