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1 Astronomers gain new insight into magnetic field of Sun and its kin
2 Loneliest young star seen by Spitzer and WISE
3 Star's intense radiation beams whip neighboring red dwarf
4 Jupiter's great red spot heats planet's upper atmosphere
5 Scientists observe a superluminous supernova that appears to have exploded twice
6 Farewell Philae: Earth severs link with silent comet probe (Update)
7 Bitcoin not money, judge rules in victory for backers
8 Shape-changing metamaterial developed using Kirigami technique
9 A car cocktail: Ford, tequila-maker mix for auto parts
10 Jeep hackers back at Black Hat with new and scarier method
11 Scientists develop quick-destructing battery to power 'transient' devices
12 New microfluidic chip replicates muscle-nerve connection
13 Tiny high-performance solar cells turn power generation sideways
14 Team optimizes formula for cadmium-tellurium solar cells
15 Alphabet joins drone tests as US considers new rules
16 Reach in and touch objects in videos with 'Interactive Dynamic Video'
17 Flexible wearable electronic skin patch offers new way to monitor alcohol levels
18 Samsung's new jumbo phone unlocks with iris scanner
19 Creating 3-D objects from inextensible sheet materials
20 Tesla's deal for SolarCity could speed sustainable energy
21 Single actuator wave-like robot developed
22 Australia moving up in the world...literally
23 New method for making green LEDs enhances their efficiency and brightness
24 Selfie righteous: New tool corrects angles and distances in portraits
25 Microswimmer robot chains can decouple and reconnect in magnetic field
26 Data-driven approach to pavement management lowers greenhouse gas emissions
27 Websites with history can be just as conversational as chatting with a person
28 Machine learning researchers team up with Chinese botanists on flower-recognition project
29 Biological wizardry ferments carbon monoxide into biofuel
30 Historic solar flight marks first round-the-world journey
31 Earthquake-resilient pipeline could shake up future for aging infrastructure
32 Metal-organic frameworks: Hot 'new' material found to exist in nature in rare minerals from Siberia
33 Discovery yields self-healing diamond-like carbon
34 Better understanding of light harvesting may benefit agriculture
35 Multitasking proteins: Unexpected properties of galectin-3
36 Researchers' work in catalysis could aid drug development
37 Detailed structure of cell's garbage disposal unit reveals surprise in how it is targeted by cancer drugs
38 Science unmasks the woman Degas painted over
39 'Liquid fingerprinting' technique instantly identifies unknown liquids
40 Towards the T-1000: Liquid metals propel future electronics
41 Waste not: Edible wax coating slicks liquids with ease
42 'Second skin' protects soldiers from biological and chemical agents
43 Recycling carbon dioxide: Researchers reduce climate-warming CO2 to building blocks for fuels
44 Photon energy as the third dimension in crystallographic texture analysis
45 Making nail polish while powering fuel cells
46 Chemists create vitamin-driven battery
47 Researchers have clarified the origins of a mechanism responsible for the gradual deformation of concrete
48 Tunable and mechanically robust ferroelectric ionic plastic crystals
49 Iron catalysts can modify amino acids, peptides to create new drug candidates
50 Researchers develop optically switchable chiral THz metamolecules
51 Researchers develop a small-molecule switch to activate proteins
52 New hydrogel bandage for burns less painful to remove
53 Portable device produces biologic drugs on demand
54 Researchers study how cobalt catalysts produce hydrogen
55 Team of biologists discovers cellular mechanism through which fruit flies sense food texture
56 Breakthrough solar cell captures carbon dioxide and sunlight, produces burnable fuel
57 Tall or short? Thick or thin? Study shows many factors affect arm, leg size
58 New virus found during investigation into largemouth bass fish kill
59 From Sci Fi to reality: Unlocking the secret to growing new limbs
60 Microscopic collisions help proteins stay healthy
61 Variation on CRISPR-Cas9 system offers editing without clipping both strands of DNA
62 Sunflowers move by the clock
63 Radar tracking reveals the 'life stories' of bumblebees as they forage for food
64 New approach could lower cost and eliminate need for antibiotics during biofuel production
65 Team identifies new 'mega-complex' involved in cell signaling
66 Breakthrough in understanding how stem cells become specialized
67 Researchers discover what makes mice freeze or flee
68 Echo hunter: Researchers name new fossil whale with high frequency hearing
69 Spider sharing isn't always caring: Colonies die when arachnids overshare food
70 The keys to a major process in DNA repair
71 New genome reveals how Arctic microbes survive in cold extreme habitats
72 Desert elephants pass on knowledge--not mutations--to survive
73 Strength of contraction determines whether cells become embryo or placenta
74 Birds engage in all types of sleep in flight, but in remarkably small amounts
75 Mantis shrimp use UV color spots, chemical cues to size up opponents
76 Homes in wealthier neighborhoods found to harbor more arthropod species
77 Scientists develop new way to measure important chemical modification on RNA
78 Dwindling prey bad news for big cats, wolves
79 Researchers identify how queen bees repress workers' fertility
80 Population boom preceded early farming
81 'Red gene' in birds and turtles suggests dinosaurs had bird-like color vision
82 Fresh look at burials, mass graves, tells a new story of Cahokia
83 Hunter-gatherers experimented with farming in Turkey before migrating to Europe
84 Neanderthals' failure to make parkas may have sealed their demise
85 Believe it or not, humans are kind, according to study
86 Progress finally being made on understanding ABC proof
87 Digitally diagnosing dinosaur osteophathy
88 Discovery sheds light on how vertebrates see
89 Lack of water likely caused extinction of isolated Alaska mammoths
90 New fossil evidence supports theory that first mass extinction engineered by early animals
91 Study of accreditation exams reveals biases actually favor women in STEM positions
92 Researchers scan most complete heterodontosaurus skeleton ever found
93 Tooth wear sheds light on the feeding habits of ancient elephant relatives
94 Cancer on a Paleo-diet? Ask someone who lived 1.7 million years ago
95 Survey of 31 years of video games shows a decline in sexualized female characters
96 Experimentation suggests Vikings could have used sunstone to navigate
97 Sudden extinction of Neanderthals followed population peak
98 Mexico finds water tunnels under Pakal tomb in Palenque
99 DNA analyses reveal genetic identities of world's first farmers
100 First discovery from 'New Riversleigh'--a new extinct carnivorous marsupial
101 Ancient feces provides earliest evidence of infectious disease being carried on Silk Road
102 What hunter-gatherers can tell us about fundamental human social networks
103 How a little mathematics can help create some beautiful music
104 New dinosaur species may give clues to evolutionary origin of megaraptorid clade
105 Higher-income students have an edge when it comes to working memory
106 Stanford research cites child mortality as major factor in lifespan inequality gap
107 Psychologist reveals science behind a fulfilling single life
108 Human-Neanderthal gene variance is involved in autism
109 Discovery of infants' airway microbiomes may help predict lung disease
110 Scientists identify marker for myeloid-derived suppressor cells