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1 First single-enzyme method to produce quantum dots revealed
2 Neutrons tap into magnetism in topological insulators at high temperatures
3 Machine learning accelerates the discovery of new materials
4 This 5-fingered robot hand learns to get a grip on its own
5 Shellfish response to ocean acidification depends on other stressors
6 Early Earth's air weighed less than half of today's atmosphere
7 UGA study finds Saharan dust affects marine bacteria, potential pathogen Vibrio
8 Saharan dust makes big impact on Caribbean waters
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10 Leftover warm water in Pacific Ocean fueled massive El Nino
11 Carrot genome paints picture of domestication, could help improve crops
12 UCI sleuths search the seas for soot
13 Study supports natural causes, not alien activity, to explain mystery star's behavior
14 Tiger moths use signals to warn bats: Toxic not tasty
15 Common nanoparticle has subtle effects on oxidative stress genes
16 Scientists digitally mimic evolution to create novel proteins
17 Building compact particle accelerators: Bunching electrons can get more done
18 UCLA study finds no evidence linking anti-nausea drug to birth defects
19 Gene mutation leads to poorly understood birth defects
20 Northern Galapagos Islands home to world's largest shark biomass
21 University of Leicester scientists identify way to 'sniff' ripeness of fruit
22 Genetic testing proves Bene Israel community in India has Jewish roots
23 Hijacked cell division helped fuel rise of fungi
24 Silk stabilizes blood samples for months at high temperatures
25 World's oldest axe fragment found in Australia
26 Archaeologists find world's oldest axe in Australia
27 Kew report urges global scientific community to secure health of the planet
28 Daffodils help inspire design of stable structures
29 UM study: Wildfires to increase in Alaska with future climate change
30 New design of primitive quantum computer finds application
31 New device steps toward isolating single electrons for quantum computing
32 New techniques make RFID tags 25 percent smaller
33 Scientists take a major leap toward a 'perfect' quantum metamaterial
34 Technique processes RFID signals rapidly for real-time interactivity
35 Fooling the test: Antibiotic-resistant bacteria that look susceptible
36 Fossil dog represents a new species, Penn paleontology grad student finds
37 An enzyme enigma discovered in the abyss
38 Exoplanets' complex orbital structure points to planetary migration in solar systems
39 Chicken coops, sewage treatment plants are hot spots of antibiotic resistance
40 Archaeologists uncover 13,000-year-old bones of ancient, extinct species of bison
41 Cosmic dust reveals Earth's ancient atmosphere
42 Zika virus damages placenta, kills fetal mice
43 Mouse models of Zika in pregnancy show how fetuses become infected
44 Mouse models show how Zika infects a fetus during pregnancy
45 Fetal mice with Zika infection get microcephaly
46 New research suggests climate change may have contributed to extinction of Neanderthals
47 Zika virus in Brazil kills brain cell, impairs intra uterine growth of mice fetuses
48 UK study shows new potential marker for obesity
49 CDC study looks at link between age at first solid foods and later child obesity
50 Brazilian Zika virus strain causes birth defects in experimental models
51 Researchers unveil new, detailed images of DNA transcription
52 Chemists find 'huge shortcut' for organic synthesis using C-H bonds
53 Scripps Florida scientists pioneer a breakthrough approach to breast cancer treatment
54 New research gives deeper understanding of why some breast cancers are hard to treat
55 Researchers demonstrate link between 'jumping gene' and colon cancer
56 The first long-horned beetle giving birth to live young discovered in Borneo
57 High fruit intake during adolescence linked with lower breast cancer risk
58 Quality of life meets cure for prostate cancer treatment
59 New PSA test examines protein structures to detect prostate cancers
60 Too much folate in pregnant women increases risk for autism, study suggests
61 Mysterious mounds created by earthworms
62 You are what you eat: IU biologists map genetic pathways of nutrition-based species traits
63 Crowd-augmented cognition
64 The Lancet: Abortion rates at all-time low in developed countries but remain unchanged in developing countries
65 How light is detected affects the atom that emits it
66 Mice cooperate if they benefit
67 Spacecraft fly through explosive magnetic phenomenon to understand space weather
68 Space mission first to observe key interaction between magnetic fields of Earth and sun
69 Shrinking shorebird pays the bill for rapid Arctic warming while wintering in the tropics
70 Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission puts magnetic reconnection under the microscope
71 Small blue galaxy could shed new light on Big Bang, IU astronomers say
72 In Sierra Leone, short reconciliation ceremonies restore social ties
73 Post-conflict reconciliation led to societal healing, but worsened psychological health
74 Rare human disease found in dogs
75 Ingestible robot operates in simulated stomach
76 A sixth sense protects drivers except when texting
77 Cooperation, not struggle for survival, drives evolution
78 Physicists measure van der Waals forces of individual atoms for the first time
79 New test by deepest galaxy map finds Einstein's theory stands true
80 When dung beetles dance, they photograph the firmament
81 Earthworms build huge mounds dotting tropical wetlands in South America
82 Hubble catches views of a jet rotating with Comet 252P/LINEAR
83 Attosecond physics: Using laser pulses to direct protons
84 Rapid eye movement sleep: Keystone of memory formation
85 Gene expression depends on a constant dialogue between the nucleus and the cytoplasm
86 Conservation laws need reshaping to protect sea turtles, research finds
87 NASA directly observes fundamental process of nature for 1st time
88 Hubble spies a spiral snowflake
89 New evidence that humans settled in southeastern US far earlier than previously believed
90 Florida archaeological site yields clues to early civilization in southeast US
91 Stem cells from diabetic patients coaxed to become insulin-secreting cells
92 Melatonin signaling is a risk factor for type 2 diabetes
93 New findings explain the connection between melatonin and type 2 diabetes
94 This 'nanocavity' may improve ultrathin solar panels, video cameras and more
95 UTA scientists use advanced astronomical software to date 2,500 year-old lyric poem
96 When selling good karma goes bad
97 Natural regeneration of tropical forests reaps benefits
98 Carbon capture is substantial in secondary tropical forests
99 Badges acknowledging open practices significantly increase reported data
100 Poaching of old forest elephant matriarchs threatens rainforests
101 Ancient Irish musical history found in modern India
102 NASA satellite data could help reduce flights sidelined by volcanic eruptions
103 New research estimates probability of mega-earthquake in the Aleutians
104 New way to predict COPD progression; new treatment may be on the horizon
105 Home-based pulmonary rehabilitation as effective as hospital-based
106 Speeding up key oxygen-oxygen bond-formation step in water oxidation
107 COPD symptoms common among smokers, even when undiagnosed
108 Artificial intelligence replaces physicists
109 Clues to ancient giant asteroid found in Australia
110 Polluted dust can impact ocean life thousands of miles away, study says