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1 Study finds induced labor not associated with risk for autism spectrum disorders
2 Ultra-flat circuits will have unique properties
3 Human 'super predator' more terrifying than bears, wolves and dogs
4 Human 'super predator' more terrifying than bears, wolves and dogs
5 Spiders spin unique phononic material
6 Building a Moebius strip of good vibrations
7 WSU researchers 'watch' crystal structure change in real time
8 New nontoxic process promises larger ultrathin sheets of 2-D nanomaterials
9 Astronomers discover dizzying spin of the Milky Way galaxy's 'halo'
10 Hearing test may identify autism risk
11 Quantitating the complete human proteome
12 Optimizing Monday, Night Football
13 Hot news flash! Menopause, insomnia accelerate aging
14 Russian physicists discover a new approach for building quantum computers
15 Trolls often waive their anonymity online
16 Ancient eye in the sky
17 Marine carbon sinking rates confirm importance of polar oceans
18 Measure of age in soil nitrogen could help precision agriculture
19 A new type of quantum bits
20 Cracking the mystery of Zika virus replication
21 Nottingham Dollies prove cloned sheep can live long and healthy lives
22 N/A
23 Invasive garden 'super ants' take hold faster than ever in UK, new research finds
24 Biological wizardry ferments carbon monoxide into biofuel
25 Eastern Pacific storms Georgette and Frank see-saw in strength
26 SwRI-led study shows puzzling paucity of large craters on dwarf planet Ceres
27 Task force maybe too stringent in not yet recommending melanoma screening
28 Evidence insufficient to make recommendation regarding visual skin examination by a clinician
29 Americans worried about using gene editing, brain chip implants and synthetic blood
30 Plasma technology can be tapped to kill biofilms on perishable fruit, foods
31 Making terahertz lasers more powerful
32 Could the deadly mosquito-borne yellow fever virus cause a Zika-like epidemic in the Americas?
33 UMD researchers discover a way that animals keep their cells identical
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35 Improving Internet with mid-wavelength infrared
36 Penn team uses nanoparticles to break up plaque and prevent cavities
37 Dirty to drinkable
38 Sexual rivalry may drive frog reproductive behaviors
39 Male frogs have sex on land to keep competitors away
40 More power to you
41 Early and late menopause can increase risk of type 2 diabetes
42 Spinning electrons could lead to new electronics
43 New X-Ray microscopy technique reveals nanoscale secrets of rechargeable batteries
44 Researchers improve computer modeling for designing drug-delivery nanocarriers
45 IBM scientists imitate the functionality of neurons with a phase-change device
46 Method to reinforce carbon nanotubes could make airplane frames lighter, more damage-resistant
47 IBM lab-on-a-chip breakthrough aims to help physicians detect cancer
48 Swapping substrates improves edges of graphene nanoribbons
49 Diamonds help generate new record for static pressures for study
50 Scientists use oxygen 'scissors' to make freestanding single-atom silicon layer
51 Research team develops ultrathin, transparent oxide thin-film transistors for wearable display
52 High-efficiency color holograms created using a metasurface made of nanoblocks
53 Researchers employ novel approach to assemble peptoids on a solid surface
54 Two-dimensional materials 'as revolutionary as graphene'
55 Scientists detect thermal boundary that hinders ultracold experiments
56 Engineers discover highly conductive materials for more efficient electronics
57 Dirty to drinkable: Engineers develop novel hybrid nanomaterials to transform water
58 Research team uses nanoparticles to break up plaque and prevent cavities
59 Enhancing molecular imaging with light
60 New nontoxic process promises larger ultrathin sheets of 2-D nanomaterials
61 Scientists test nanoparticle drug delivery in dogs with osteosarcoma
62 Ultra-flat circuits will have unique properties
63 Patch delivers drug, gene, and light-based therapy to tumor sites
64 Promising class of magneto-ionics could yield nonvolatile computer memory and quick-dimming windows
65 Ultrasensitive sensor using N-doped graphene
66 Plant cellulose prevents short circuits in batteries
67 Quantum computing researchers reduce quantum information processing errors
68 From unconventional laser beams to a more robust imaging wave
69 Scientists say hoped-for physics particle was just a blip (Update 2)
70 Record-breaking logic gate 'another important milestone' on road to quantum computers
71 Scientists discover light could exist in a previously unknown form
72 Newly discovered blue whirl fire tornado burns cleaner for reduced emissions
73 Simulations show a single photon can simultaneously excite two atoms
74 Programmable ions set the stage for general-purpose quantum computers
75 A more in-depth way to predict gunshot wound blood spatter
76 Perpetual 'ice water': Stable solid-liquid state revealed in nanoparticles
77 New approach to ultra-pure frequency lasers
78 Scientists model the 'flicker' of gluons in subatomic smashups
79 Substitute teachers and replacement nurses may cause disease to spread faster (Update)
80 Some types of quantum entanglement cannot be both monogamous and faithful
81 New metamaterials can change properties with a flick of a light-switch
82 Crystallization frustration predicts metallic glass formation
83 Physicists reach lowest temperature ever recorded in solids using laser cooling
84 Physicists prepare to detect gravitational waves from neutron star collisions
85 Microscope becomes gauge to measure forces within crystals
86 New high-temperature device captures a broader solar wavelength spectrum, improves solar cell efficiency
87 Handheld device takes high-resolution images of children's retinas
88 A peek inside the earliest moments of the universe
89 Researchers apply quantum theory and Einstein's special relativity to plasma physics issues
90 New method for making green LEDs enhances their efficiency and brightness
91 Scientists create plasma-printed sensors to monitor astronaut health on long space trips
92 Researchers find most volcanic activity on Mercury stopped about 3.5 billion years ago
93 Veins on Mars were formed by evaporating ancient lakes
94 Scientists study the evolution of Saturn's great storm of 2010-2011
95 Image: Curiosity's arm over 'Marimba' target on mount sharp
96 What's inside Ceres? New findings from gravity data
97 Astronomers make first accurate measurement of oxygen in distant galaxy
98 US company gets historic nod to send lander to moon
99 Team catalogs most likely 'second-Earth' candidates
100 China's Jade Rabbit lunar rover dies in blaze of online glory (Update)
101 Space scientists observe Io's atmospheric collapse during eclipse
102 A giant stellar void in the Milky Way
103 Faintest hisses from space reveal famous star's past life
104 Is Earthly life premature from a cosmic perspective?
105 The aligned spin of a black hole
106 Mars gullies likely not formed by liquid water
107 The role of magnetic fields in star formation
108 Chorus of black holes radiates X-rays
109 How comets are born
110 NASA's next planet hunter will look closer to home