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1 Climate-exodus expected in the Middle East and North Africa
2 Endangered venomous mammal predates dinosaurs' extinction, study confirms
3 Complete rest until symptom-free after concussion may not be best for recovery
4 Influence of sea-ice loss on Arctic warming is shaped by temperatures in the Pacific Ocean
5 A cleansing rain falls; a soil-filled mist arises
6 Concussion outcomes differ among football players from youth to college
7 US climate-adaptation plans long on ideas, short on details, priorities
8 New interpretation of the Rok runestone inscription changes view of Viking Age
9 Hydropeaking of river water levels is disrupting insect survival, river ecosystems
10 Reef system with 10,000 km2 found at the Amazon River mouth
11 Hurricanes key to carbon uptake by forests
12 New drug-delivery approach holds potential for treating obesity
13 Indiana University researchers find Earth may be home to 1 trillion species
14 Finding sheds light on what may kill neurons after stroke
15 Adult brain prunes branched connections of new neurons
16 Origin of synaptic pruning process linked to learning, autism and schizophrenia identified
17 The Lancet Psychiatry: Depression symptoms that steadily increase in later life predict higher dementia risk, study shows
18 Group activities reduced depressive symptoms among older people with dementia
19 Web-based, self-help intervention helps prevent depression
20 Little ANTs: Researchers build the world's tiniest engine
21 Planet Nine: A world that shouldn't exist
22 Is it possible to cry a river?
23 Why Labrador retrievers are more interested in food than other breeds
24 Genetic variant may help explain why Labradors are prone to obesity
25 Economy flyers unite! Research shows air rage a product of class difference
26 Estimates of cheetah numbers are 'guesswork,' say researchers
27 Algae use their 'tails' to gallop and trot like quadrupeds
28 One in four patients with COPD suffer from depression
29 Experts propose strategy to save mammals on the brink of extinction
30 Seeking to rewind mammalian extinction
31 UNC-Chapel Hill scientists find likely cause for recent southeast US earthquakes
32 Introducing the disposable laser
33 Scientists challenge conventional wisdom to improve predictions of bootstrap current
34 Children with ADHD may benefit from following healthy behaviors, new study suggests
35 Scientists double number of known genetic risk factors for endometrial cancer
36 Scientists reveal how cell corrects errors made in gene transcription
37 Autism and cancer share a remarkable number of risk genes in common
38 A compact, efficient single photon source that operates at ambient temperatures on a chip
39 Advance could help grow stem cells more safely
40 Medical error is third biggest cause of death in the US, say experts
41 Stickleback fish adapt their vision in the blink of an eye
42 Perceived diversity in neighborhoods is related to more prejudice, study finds
43 Imodium for a legal high is as dumb and dangerous as it sounds
44 An experiment seeks to make quantum physics visible to the naked eye
45 Made better through science: Calcite tuned to be mollusk-tough
46 A better bone replacement: 3-D printed bone with just the right mix of ingredients
47 Stocks overvalued longer and more often than previously thought, says study
48 Squished cells could shape design of synthetic materials
49 Comet craters--literal melting pots for life on Earth
50 Humans have faster metabolism than closely related primates, enabling larger brains
51 How migrants' traditional cuisines cost them calories
52 How tree crickets tune into each other's songs
53 New evidence connects dung beetle evolution to dinosaurs
54 New method allows first look at key stage of human development, embryo implantation
55 Engineers create a better way to boil water--with industrial, electronics applications
56 Phoney protection for passwords
57 'Adaptive protein crystal' could form new kind of protective material
58 Inheritable bacterium controls Aedes mosquitoes' ability to transmit Zika
59 First global analysis indicates leopards have lost nearly 75 percent of their historic range
60 Bats' flight technique could lead to better drones
61 How to talk about climate change so people will act
62 Skepticism about climate change may be linked to concerns about economy
63 Clues on the path to a new lithium battery technology
64 First gene linked to temperature sex switch
65 Long-term monitoring reveals effects of sea star wasting along Oregon coast
66 Sea star juveniles abundant, but recovery is anything but guaranteed
67 From Genome Research: Venus flytrap exploits plant defenses in carnivorous lifestyle
68 Floods and coastal erosion may expose contents of UK landfills, study finds
69 ALMA measures mass of black hole with extreme precision
70 Measuring a black hole 660 million times as massive as our sun
71 'Slow' NZ seabed quake sheds light on tsunami-earthquake mechanism
72 Transplanted nerve cells survive a quarter of a century in a Parkinson's disease patient
73 New technique can provide better cell transplants against Parkinson's disease
74 Why vultures matter--and what we lose if they're gone
75 Molybdenum disulfide holds promise for light absorption
76 Cells check DNA segregation at the end of their division
77 Split-second imaging reveals molecular changes involved in vision
78 Silk keeps fruit fresh without refrigeration, according to Tufts study
79 Continental drift created biologically diverse coral reefs
80 Analysis of more than 1.5 million people finds meat consumption raises mortality rates
81 Scientists are first to discover sensory system that detects air humidity
82 How did birds get their wings? Bacteria may provide a clue, say scientists
83 New Zika mouse model accumulates virus in the brain and other tissues
84 Australian swift parrot listed as critically endangered
85 Teaching computers to understand human languages
86 A new paper-based test for the Zika virus
87 Finding Zika one paper disc at a time
88 Zika virus may cause microcephaly by hijacking human immune molecule
89 Rapid, low-cost, and portable test for Zika effectively detects virus in monkeys
90 Evidence that Zika causes neural stem cells to self-destruct
91 Getting a better measure of spin with diamond
92 Significant portion of postdoc researchers eye non-academic careers, study shows
93 Expanding tropics pushing high altitude clouds towards poles, NASA study finds
94 'Hammerhead' creature was world's first plant-eating marine reptile
95 Bright dusty galaxies are hiding secret companions
96 Experts decipher the disease behind one of the world's most famous paintings
97 Speedy ion conduction in solid electrolytes clears road for advanced energy devices
98 Deadly fungus threatens African frogs
99 Study offers clues to better rainfall predictions
100 Scientists track Greenland's ice melt with seismic waves
101 Large-scale study of Super Storm Sandy utility damage shows 'small' failures, big impact
102 Visualizing the lithiation of a nanosized iron-oxide material in real time
103 NUS scientists develop method to improve photoluminescence efficiency of 2-D semiconductors
104 Fort McMurray wildfire continues to burn
105 Further evidence found against ancient 'killer walrus' theory
106 Intense wind found in the neighborhood of a black hole
107 Specific changes to non-coding RNA may be part of what makes us human
108 In cities, flooding and rainfall extremes to rise as climate changes
109 Best of both worlds
110 Stochastic resonance, chaos transfer shown in an optomechanical microresonator