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1 Netherlands gets first nationwide 'Internet of Things'
2 Google offers new way for users to manage ads, personal data
3 Engineers create a soft motor that could power versatile soft robots
4 Video privacy software lets you select what others can see
5 Computer model demonstrates how human spleen filters blood
6 Beyond video games: New artificial intelligence beats tactical experts in combat simulation
7 US Navy keeps electromagnetic cannon in its sights
8 Computer sketches set to make online shopping much easier
9 Flower power--photovoltaic cells replicate rose petals
10 New device could unlock information potential of sunlight
11 Borophene could be an extraordinary sodium anode material for sodium-based batteries
12 How well do facial recognition algorithms cope with a million strangers?
13 Disposable, low-cost chemidosimetric indicator with smartphone connection
14 Researchers improve catalyst efficiency for clean industries
15 Amyloid probes gain powers in search for Alzheimer's cause
16 Role of amyloids in type II diabetes
17 Researchers improve performance of cathode material by controlling oxygen activity
18 Flipping crystals improves solar-cell performance
19 Evolution may have moved at a furious pace on a much warmer Earth
20 Suction cup mat based on octopus's suckers developed to build flexible pressure sensors
21 New microfluidic device offers means for studying electric field cancer therapy
22 Researchers generate elegant way of pinpointing how a new drug exerts beneficial effects
23 Models suggest cosmic rays can trigger reactions in interstellar ice balls causing formation of more complex molecules
24 New discovery could better predict how semiconductors weather abuse
25 New plastic material begins to oscillate spontaneously in sunlight
26 Scientists show how water molecules add unwanted stability
27 Laser-printed patterns on cellulose paper as a structural support for biochemical functionalization schemes
28 Scientists investigating nanoparticles conduct experiment while free falling
29 Chemists make breakthrough in carbon capture
30 Electronic nose smells pesticides and nerve gas
31 Color-changing materials could be used to detect structural failure in energy-related equipment
32 Fetal surgery stands to advance from new glues inspired by mussels
33 Wireless, wearable toxic-gas detector
34 Heat, light stimulate self-assembly: Researchers develop shape-changing 'smart' material
35 Portable test rapidly detects Zika in saliva for $2 (Update)
36 Testing for malaria--or cancer--at home, via cheap paper strips
37 Scientists study compounds with anti-prion properties to address rare but fatal diseases
38 Crop roots enact austerity measures during drought to bank water
39 Using 'chemical origami' to generate customisable, high-value chemicals from plants
40 Monkeys in Brazil 'have used stone tools for hundreds of years at least'
41 Engineered human colon model could aid in cancer research
42 Bird research suggests calling dinosaurs may have been tight-lipped
43 Dab2 regulates autophagy: New insights into mechanisms of chemo-resistance and metastasis
44 Researchers storing information securely in DNA
45 New method allows analysis of single neurons from tissues
46 Dam good! Beavers may restore imperiled streams, fish populations
47 Scientists simulate tiny bacteria-powered 'windfarm'
48 Web-based data tool designed to enhance drug safety
49 Do monkeys know when they need to 'Google it'?
50 Mystery solved? Biologists find a unique version of a filament-forming protein in human cells that insects lack
51 New clues could help scientists harness the power of photosynthesis
52 Like humans, lowly cockroach uses a GPS to get around, scientists find
53 Super-sniffer mice could detect land mines and decode human olfactory system
54 Nanodomains of reactive oxygen species control mitochondrial energy output
55 Chewed plants help detect viruses in wild mountain gorillas and monkeys
56 Lessons of lager: Yeast origin becomes a complex tale
57 Anatomy of a decision--mapping early development
58 Bees' ability to forage decreases as air pollution increases
59 Turtle power: How hatching together avoids capture
60 Could goats become man's best friend?
61 Scientists isolate, culture elusive Yellowstone microbe
62 Viruses turbo-charge bacterial evolution in cystic fibrosis infections
63 Changes in primate teeth linked to rise of monkeys
64 To the breaking point: Testing ideas about the evolution of long-necked sauropod dinosaurs
65 South Pacific Islanders may have used obsidian 3,000 years ago to make tattoos
66 Israel find may help solve mystery of biblical Philistines
67 Economics study finds volume discounts don't increase profitability for video game
68 Longest maths proof would take 10 billion years to read
69 Mathematical framework offers a more detailed understanding of network relationships
70 Researchers discover the first evidence of Neanderthal cannibalism in northern Europe
71 Skeleton with stone-encrusted teeth found in Mexico ancient ruins
72 The secret to an Oesia life: Prehistoric worm built tube-like 'houses' on sea floor
73 Archaeology suggests no direct link between climate change and early human innovation
74 How to get moral 'free-riders' to cooperate
75 Sailors leave ancient 'fingerprints' across Polynesia
76 Theoretical climbing rope could brake falls
77 No one is an island: The history of human genetic ancestry in Madagascar
78 Ostrich relative lived in North America 50 million years ago
79 First fossil facial tumour discovered in a dwarf duck-billed dinosaur from Transylvania
80 Infant bodies were 'prized' by 19th century anatomists, study suggests
81 Despite advantages, cross-discipline research has a lower chance of receiving funding
82 Prehistoric tombs enhanced astronomical viewing
83 Fire discovery sheds new light on 'hobbit' demise
84 Mummified ancient bird offers clues about flight during mid-cretaceous
85 Our ancestors evolved faster after dinosaur extinction
86 Softwares for fMRI yield erroneous results
87 Technique from biology helps explain the evolution of the American car
88 Study links recession recovery, increase in commercial truck fatalities
89 Scientists identify neurochemical signal likely missing in Parkinson's
90 Pomegranate finally reveals its powerful anti-aging secret
91 Warmer body temperature puts the heat on the common cold
92 Study explains how a protein deficiency causes spinal muscular atrophy
93 Resilience affects whether childhood trauma results in harmful gene response
94 Measuring damage to brain networks may aid stroke treatment, predict recovery
95 Predicting language deficits after stroke with connectome-based imaging
96 First-ever restoration of vision achieved in mice
97 Eating more fruit and vegetables can substantially increase happiness levels
98 Increased prevalence of lupus in Non-Europeans has a genetic basis, study confirms
99 Team explores genetic architecture of type 2 diabetes
100 Researchers find association between donor age, female sex and transfusion outcomes
101 Hops extract studied to prevent breast cancer
102 Scientists outline stategy for AIDS cure
103 New discovery on how the inner ear works
104 Strategies to mimic fasting during chemotherapy enhance anticancer T cell activity in mice
105 Gene plays role in poor speech processing, dyslexia
106 Research suggests common blood cancer could be prevented before it develops
107 Common additive may be why you have food allergies
108 Open chromatin profiling key to identifying leukemia cells of origin
109 Link found between traumatic brain injury and Parkinson's, but not Alzheimer's
110 Surgery found to increase risk of chronic opioid use, study finds
111 Female physicians at public medical schools paid an average of 8 percent less than males
112 New molecules protect brain after mild traumatic brain injury
113 Gut bacteria can cause, predict and prevent rheumatoid arthritis
114 True impact of global diabetes epidemic vastly underestimated
115 Discovery of new ovarian cancer signaling hub points to target for limiting metastasis
116 Thumb-sucking and nail-biting have a positive side: Study finds these children less likely to develop allergies
117 Marijuana use dampens brain's response to reward over time, study finds
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