File Title
1 Hubble confirms new dark spot on Neptune
2 Monkeys get more selective with age
3 Driverless cars: Who gets protected?
4 New discoveries on evolution can save endangered species
5 Diabetes and kidney disease may increase African-Americans' cardiovascular-related risks
6 Simulations foresee hordes of colliding black holes in LIGO's future
7 Immense species richness of bacterial-eating microorganisms discovered in soil
8 Volcanoes get quiet before they erupt!
9 'Amazing protein diversity' is discovered in the maize plant
10 Coal to solar: Retraining the energy workforce
11 Probing giant planets' dark hydrogen
12 Female blue tits sing in the face of danger
13 How well do facial recognition algorithms cope with a million strangers?
14 Computer sketches set to make online shopping much easier
15 Beneficial bacteria may protect breasts from cancer
16 Hops could help reduce breast cancer risk
17 Human brain houses diverse populations of neurons, new research shows
18 TSRI scientists reveal single-neuron gene landscape of the human brain
19 UTSW study finds new enzyme with structure that could explain how heart can beat optimally
20 Eliminating blood test may increase availability of donor hearts
21 Scientists use 'virtual heart' to model heart failure
22 Beach replenishment helps protect against storm erosion during El Nino
23 Relationship quality tied to good health for young adults
24 Hairs, feathers and scales have a lot in common!
25 KM3NeT unveils detailed plans for largest neutrino telescope in the world
26 Seeds of black holes could be revealed by gravitational waves detected in space
27 Insects were already using camouflage 100 million years ago
28 Amber fossils reveal ancient insect camouflage behavior
29 Scientists begin modeling universe with Einstein's full theory of general relativity
30 A shampoo bottle that empties completely--every last drop
31 Glorious, glowing Jupiter awaits Juno's arrival
32 Jupiter awaits arrival of Juno
33 Ancient 'Deep Skull' from Borneo full of surprises
34 From fire breaks to fire hazards
35 Super-slow circulation allowed world's oceans to store huge amounts of carbon during last ice age
36 Fastest-spinning brown-dwarf star is detected by its bursts of radio waves
37 When it comes to brown dwarfs, 'how far?' is a key question
38 Wind-blown Antarctic sea ice helps drive ocean circulation
39 Intervening during scar process could help cardiac patients, reviewers say
40 Building a smart cardiac patch
41 Women with early stage breast cancer experience functional decline after treatment
42 New, better way to build circuits for world's first useful quantum computers
43 Researchers trace Mercury's origins to rare meteorite
44 New pathway to treat heart failure
45 Stress contagion possible amongst students and teachers: UBC study
46 Four newly identified genes could improve rice
47 Genome technology boosts malaria control efforts
48 Monitoring malaria parasite reveals evolving drug resistance and infection history
49 Gene sequences reveal global variations in malaria parasites
50 Researchers uncover global, evolving, and historic make-up of malaria species
51 Huge helium discovery 'a life-saving find'
52 Huge helium discovery 'safeguards future supply for MRI scanners'
53 Computer model demonstrates how human spleen filters blood
54 How the spleen filters blood
55 Stanford scientists find 'water windfall' beneath California's Central Valley
56 Clandestine black hole may represent new population
57 Lionfish invading the Mediterranean Sea
58 Study shows trees with altered lignin are better for biofuels
59 Tiniest imperfections make big impacts in nano-patterned materials
60 'Squishy' motors and wheels give soft robots a new ride
61 Antibodies to dengue may alter course of Zika virus infection
62 Zika vaccines protect mice from infection
63 New preclinical study indicates vaccine to prevent Zika infection in humans is feasible
64 New research shows vaccine protection against Zika virus
65 Doing the math on Zika and sex
66 World's first successful artificial insemination of southern rockhopper penguin
67 Honeybee circadian rhythms are affected more by social interactions
68 Lost hormone is found in starfish
69 New model predicts once-mysterious chemical reactions
70 Pipelines affect health, fitness of salmon, study finds
71 Freiburg biologists explain function of Pentagone
72 See and sort: Developing novel techniques to visualize uncultured microbial cell activity
73 Animals 'inherit' their social network from their mothers, Penn study shows
74 Hubble nets a cosmic tadpole
75 'Bugs' on the subway: Monitoring the microbial environment to improve public health
76 Boston subway system covered in microbes, but they're not harmful
77 New study shows impact of man-made structures on Louisiana's coastal wetlands
78 Baby fish lose poisonous protectors in acidified oceans
79 No need in supercomputers
80 Scientists explain unusual and effective features in perovskite
81 New framework uses patterns to predict terrorist behavior
82 New mid-infrared laser system could detect atmospheric chemicals
83 Building a better battery
84 Penguin population could drop 60 percent by end of the century
85 Crucial peatlands carbon-sink vulnerable to rising sea levels
86 Universe becoming cleaner as cosmic dust gets mopped up by stars, astronomers reveal
87 Protein associated with improved survival in some breast cancer patients
88 Night-time light pollution causes spring to come early
89 Skype data of 500 million people reveals the real patterns of social adoption
90 Rice University lab runs crowd-sourced competition to create 'big data' diagnostic tools
91 Jasmonate-deficient tobacco plants attract herbivorous mammals
92 Surprising qualities of insulator ring surfaces
93 RIT professors create new method for identifying black holes
94 Sign languages provide insight into universal linguistic short-cuts
95 The brain watched during language learning
96 Climate study finds human fingerprint in Northern Hemisphere greening
97 Research reveals widespread herbicide use on North American wildlands
98 El Nino could drive intense season for Amazon fires
99 Zika virus infection may be prolonged in pregnancy
100 Findings show gender, not race, a factor in college engineering dropouts
101 As sea level rises, Hudson River wetlands may expand
102 Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy under-appreciated cause of sudden cardiac death in male minority athletes
103 Watching a forest breathe
104 Men may face high lifetime risk of sudden cardiac death
105 Country pledges overshoot Paris temperature limit
106 Protein in, ammonia out
107 Using gravitational waves to catch runaway black holes
108 Vaccine against Zika virus tested successfully in mice
109 Thousands on one chip: New method to study proteins
110 Hubble captures vivid auroras in Jupiter's atmosphere