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1 NASA: Mars Colony 'a Long Way Down the Road'
2 Simple Synthetic Cell Could Aid Hunt for Alien Life
3 Saturn's Moons and Rings Younger Than the Dinosaurs?
4 Superman Saves Soyuz in 'Batman v. Superman'
5 These Are Titan's Highest Mountains--What Lies Beneath?
6 How Science, Religion Square Off in the Brain
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8 Zika Fears Grow with Abortion Rules
9 Maggots Modified to Heal Wounds Faster
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12 Why Does Easter Move Every Year?
13 China Is Building World's Biggest Trash Incinerator
14 Northwest Passage Now Open to Cruise Ships
15 France's Top Wines Face Climate 'Tipping Point'
16 How Rocks Shaped the Civil War
17 2015 One for the Climate Record Books
18 Do Nuclear Plant Leaks Endanger Drinking Water?
19 DNews Stormtracker
20 Ancient Yellowstone Eruptions Bigger than Thought
21 Metallic Ink Revealed in Burned Vesuvius Scrolls
22 Pharaoh Ramesses III Killed by Multiple Assailants
23 King Richard III's Grave Recreated in 3-D
24 Last Supper Menu: Stew, Lamb, Wine...More
25 Radar Scan Stokes Mystery Over Shakespeare's 'Missing' Skull
26 Was Jesus Really Nailed to the Cross?
27 What Does the Easter Bunny Have to Do with Easter?
28 Dogs Labeled 'Pit Bull' Spend Triple Time in Shelters
29 Dog Becomes Surrogate Parent to Cheetah Cubs
30 Japan Fleet Kills 333 Whales in Antarctic Hunt
31 Fish Walks, Climbs Waterfalls like a Salamander
32 Elusive Marbled Cats Photographed in Borneo
33 Antarctic Seabird Recognizes Specific Humans
34 5 Things You Never Knew About Chickens
35 Sniffing out a dangerous vapor
36 Sleep tight--gene responsible for sleep deprivation and metabolic disorders identified
37 Doubts about career potential can pave way for immoral professional conduct
38 Water bears do not have extensive foreign DNA, new study finds
39 A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton
40 Smaller. Cheaper. Better.
41 GOES-R satellite could provide better data for hurricane prediction
42 Nanocrystal self-assembly sheds its secrets
43 Human ancestors explored 'out of Africa' despite impaired nasal faculties
44 Biologists discover sophisticated 'alarm' signals in honey bees
45 Unlocking the gates to quantum computing
46 Microneedle patch delivers localized cancer immunotherapy to melanoma
47 Antarctic birds recognize individual humans
48 New insights into human tears could lead to more comfortable contact lenses
49 Boost fundraising with something simple: Sandpaper
50 Micro-sanctuaries key to survival of wildlife in human-dominated landscapes
51 NJIT researchers make a major cavefish discovery in Thailand
52 IBS Creates a wearable graphene-based biomedical device to monitor and combat diabetes
53 New study may lead to improved treatment of type 2 diabetes
54 Reverse your diabetes--and you can stay diabetes-free long-term
55 New proteins discovered that link obesity-driven diabetes to cancer
56 Genetic cause found for loss of beta cells during diabetes development
57 Improving therapy for a very common disorder, generalized anxiety
58 How yeast makes heads or tails of itself
59 Blending therapies improves treatment of severe anxiety: York U researcher
60 Fighting high anxiety with fly anxiety
61 Storing extra surface water boosts groundwater supply during droughts
62 Magnetar could have boosted explosion of extremely bright supernova
63 First virus genome analysis gives new insights into Brazilian Zika outbreak
64 Embryo development: Some cells are more equal than others even at four-cell stage
65 You can thank diverse yeasts for that coffee and chocolate
66 Scientists part the clouds on how droplets form
67 Ground-nesting bees on farms lack food, grow smaller
68 UD researchers examine ways to break down, track synthetic compound in herbicides
69 Voice-controlled nutrition tracker may aid weight loss
70 Study finds vast diversity among viruses that infect bacteria
71 Blurred lines: Human sex chromosome swapping occurs more often than previously thought
72 Same symptoms, different care for women and men with heart disease
73 Depression after heart disease diagnosis tied to heart attack, death
74 Women, men with suspected heart disease have similar symptoms
75 Many women not properly informed of heart risk by their doctors
76 Signs of stress in the brain may signal future heart trouble
77 Heart attack patients getting younger, more obese
78 Mammograms: Another way to screen for heart disease?
79 Land bridges linking ancient India and Eurasia were 'freeways' for biodiversity exchange
80 Insurance for an uncertain climate
81 Using frog foam to deliver antibiotics
82 Modeling to save a rare plant
83 Field Museum study reveals evolution of malaria
84 Bacteria's Achilles heel uncovered by single molecule chemistry
85 Paradigm shift: 'We need to study lumps of bacteria'
86 NIST develops first widely useful measurement standard for breast cancer MRI
87 New research shows quasars slowed star formation
88 You taste like mercury, said the spider to the fly
89 UGA researchers find potential treatment for prostate cancer
90 Scientists distinguish molecules most capable of fighting prostate cancer
91 Microfluidic devices gently rotate small organisms and cells
92 Ancient seaweed fossils some of the oldest of multicellular life
93 Tracing star formation rates in distant galaxies
94 NASA data leads to rare discovery: Earth's moon wandered off axis billions of years ago
95 Green light stops sea turtle deaths
96 Does a common parasite play a role in rage disorder?
97 People with rage disorder twice as likely to have latent toxoplasmosis parasite infection
98 Unlocking the secrets of gene expression
99 Global spread of Zika linked to types of mosquitos that transmit it
100 Archaeologists create 3-D interactive digital reconstruction of King Richard III
101 Genomes of chimpanzee parasite species reveal evolution of human malaria
102 University of Leicester mathematicians provide solution to 78 year old mystery
103 Fish bond when they eat the same food
104 More ancient viruses lurk in our DNA than we thought
105 Human-driven carbon release rate unprecedented in past 66 million years
106 Biodiversity brings disease resistance: Novel study
107 Printing nanomaterials with plasma
108 No more washing: Nano-enhanced textiles clean themselves with light
109 ORNL researchers invent tougher plastic with 50 percent renewable content
110 Contact lenses alter eye bacteria, making it more skin-like