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1 LIGO could catch dark matter made of black holes
2 Ceres surprises with water ice and colourful bright spots
3 Woodpeckers carry wood-eating fungi that may help them dig holes
4 Cute prairie dogs are serial killers savaging ground squirrels
5 'Fearless' twins reveal how our bodies affect our emotions
6 Pilot plant to turn CO2 into house parts and paving stones
7 Explosive road rage-like anger linked to parasite spread by cats
8 Moon's lack of water down to ancient shift in its spin axis
9 Brains of elderly people who exercise look 10 years younger
10 Investment in renewables was double that of coal and gas in 2015
11 Embryo cells decide their future only two days after conception
12 Gecko Gripper blasts off to help design space-crawling robots
13 Security missed Brussels bombs--but could sensors spot them?
14 Zika arrived in the Americas two years earlier than thought
15 The evolution of the nose: why is the human hooter so big?
16 Asteroid barrage may have birthed a short-lived ocean on Mars
17 Artificial cell designed in lab reveals genes essential to life
18 'Sea dragon' reveals glimpse of fleeting prehistoric world
19 Chirps with syntax: Do bird calls work like human language?
20 Ancient supervolcanic flow was actually rather slow, scientists say
21 Visual abyss: How black is the world's blackest material?
22 How Blue Origin plans to soon send people into space, safely
23 After disappointing delay, NASA's next Mars lander set to launch in 2018
24 Real-life hydra creates a new mouth for every meal
25 What can we learn from a dusty old star system?
26 How ancient food processing helped shape our faces
27 Why NASA plans to set a supply vehicle on fire
28 Can we slow sea level rise by pumping water onto Antarctica?
29 What would Brexit mean for science? (+video)
30 Why does this butterfly have such spectacular color vision?
31 Why was a humpback whale caught in a headstand?
32 Researchers find plastic-eating bacteria in recycling plant
33 These tiny birds can fly over 1,000 miles--nonstop
34 NASA captures astounding solar eclipse from all angles
35 How you can help find ripples in spacetime
36 Have scientists found a missing link in dinosaur evolution?
37 Why Europe and Russia join forces in mission to Mars
38 Yes, climate change is making some #ExtremeWeather worse
39 A wild ride to Red Planet's surface for ExoMars lander prototype
40 Icephobic coating: How researchers made the most effective ice-proofer yet
41 Pi Day: How did they first calculate pi?
42 ExoMars: A Euro-Russian mission headed to the Red Planet
43 Kepler, reborn as K2, continues hunt for exoplanets
44 Sea level rise: Why 13.1 million Americans might need to move
45 Has something been munching on Pluto?
46 How did T. rex get such keen, predatory senses? New tyrannosaur offers hints.
47 Are pesticides changing how bees forage?
48 How pigeons with tiny backpacks can help London curb pollution (+video)
49 Is that dino a boy or a girl? How pregnant T. rex helps identify sexes.
50 SpaceX delays Falcon Heavy rocket debut launch--again
51 Where do Neanderthals come from? Oldest DNA reveals clues.
52 Bright spots on Ceres: Are they moving?
53 World Happiness Report: What makes some countries happier than others? (+video)
54 Scientists genetically alter chick DNA to grow dinosaur limbs
55 Have Norwegian geologists solved the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle?
56 'Hottest month' records don't always matter--but February 2016 does
57 Vasco de Gama's ship, rich in treasure and history, is found near Oman
58 Curious 'Tully Monster' surprises scientists with hidden backbone
59 Evidence mounts in search for King Tut's roommate, Queen Nefertiti
60 Shields up! How Earth's magnetic field saved early life from the sun
61 Why is NASA playing with fire in space? (+video)
62 Andrew Wiles gets $700,000 math prize for cracking age-old math problem (+video)
63 How much are trees feeling the heat of climate change?
64 New Horizons data shows Pluto's surface is amazingly diverse
65 Green Guantanamo: From detention center to peace park?
66 Hubble spots bright, massive stars in Tarantula Nebula
67 Denisovans: Mysterious humans reveal clues to Homo Sapiens history
68 NASA astronaut Jeff Williams blasts off into history
69 Earth Hour turns 10: Has the protest already done its job?
70 Twin comets to careen past Earth
71 China's forest conservation program shows proof of success
72 In Israeli desert, wolves and hyenas cooperate on hunts
73 Earthquake expert retires. Who is Lucy Jones?
74 Astronomers spot universe's most eccentric planet yet
75 Scientists reveal lineage of mysterious prehistoric 'Tully monster'
76 What does the future hold for NASA? Depends on the next president.
77 When did humans arrive in Ireland? Fossilized bear knee resets the clock.
78 Humanity's CO2 emissions blow past last high 56 million years ago
79 City birds are smarter, healthier than country birds, say scientists
80 Astronomers detect shockwave from supernova
81 Skywatchers brace for mildly interesting celestial event
82 The libraries of Herculaneum: Not quite destroyed by Mt. Vesuvius?
83 Rocket carrying cargo to space station set to launch Tuesday night
84 Spectacular Ceres images deepen mystery of dwarf planet's geology
85 Cargo delivery to space station brings 'gecko' feet, 3-D printer
86 Solar storm on Jupiter makes brilliant X-ray auroras shine
87 Scientists use peanut ancestors to sequence the legume's genome
88 Beetle mothers use 'anti-aphrodisiac' pheromone to put the kids first
89 What breed is that pup? 'Pit bull' label may mean longer wait for shelter dogs.
90 Did the moon shift its axis? Mysterious ice deposits reveal clues.
91 Icy spots on our moon: Evidence that its axis has tilted
92 Hawaii finds and loses a second native mammal
93 Bizarre cavefish can walk like a four-legged land-dwelling creature
94 The highest mountain on Titan is twice as tall as Maine's Mt. Katahdin
95 Scientific study shows resilience among fragile coral reefs
96 Saturn's 53 moons: Some may not be the ringed planet's first set of satellites
97 Space station delivery: 7,500 pounds of groceries and equipment for experiments
98 Yellowstone supervolcano eruptions were even bigger than we thought
99 Hey, I know you! How Antarctic skuas recognize humans
100 Gestures Make Music with Electronic Glove
101 Bat Drone Mimics Flexible Wings
102 Synthetic Life Dies Without Mysterious Genes
103 OMG! Teen AI Chatbot Deleted for Naughty Tweets
104 Triborg Skateboard Is All-Terrain
105 Octopus Inspires AI Robots on a Mission
106 Subterranean Skyscraper Inverts Manhattan
107 Tasty Tech Eye Candy of the Week (March 27)
108 Solar Storms Trigger Intense X-Ray Auroras on Jupiter
109 Volcanoes May Have Caused Moon's Poles to Wander
110 Fog Detected on Surface of Saturn Moon Titan