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1 CO2 can be stored underground for 10 times the length needed to avoid climatic impact
2 New material could advance superconductivity
3 When the going gets tough, the tough get growing
4 Monsoon intensity enhanced by heat captured by desert dust
5 Keep a lid on it: Utah State University geologists probe geological carbon storage
6 Effectiveness of the WHO cancer pain relief guidelines published by Dove Medical Press
7 Treating pain without feeding addiction: Study shows promise of non-drug pain management
8 'Pain paradox' discovery provides route to new pain control drugs
9 New research adds evidence on potential treatments targeting amyloid beta in Alzheimer's
10 Conception timed with periods of low mosquito activity could reduce Zika virus infection
11 Breakthrough solar cell captures CO2 and sunlight, produces burnable fuel
12 A minute of secondhand marijuana smoke may damage blood vessels
13 Chorus of black holes radiates X-rays
14 Earth's mantle appears to have a driving role in plate tectonics
15 Vortex laser offers hope for Moore's Law
16 Cuttlefish do not bluff in battle
17 Scientists warn about health of English bulldog
18 Does marriage affect drinking? A new study provides insights
19 NASA to map Asteroid Bennu from the ground up
20 Research shows backup plans may keep you from achieving your goal
21 Study: Wind power fiercer than expected
22 Bilirubin contributes to immune suppression after islet transplants
23 Study: We understand that social media does not equal social interaction
24 Global warming's next surprise: Saltier beaches
25 Ecosystems in the southeastern US are vulnerable to climate change
26 Directly reprogramming a cell's identity with gene editing
27 Five ways bioengineers want to use 3-D printing
28 Hubble uncovers a galaxy pair coming in from the wilderness
29 Bug collecting
30 Researchers restore drug sensitivity in breast cancer tumors
31 Much ado about nothing: Astronomers use empty space to study the universe
32 The Aztec treasure unearthed: New earth snake species discovered in Mexico
33 Wildlife-friendly farming shown to benefit UK moths
34 The rain frog that turned into a Sleeping beauty is a new species from the Peruvian Andes
35 Autophagy under the microscope as never before
36 Unproven stem cell therapies for lung disease on the rise despite promise of new treatments
37 Structural images shed new light on a cancer-linked potassium channel
38 Your brain on Google Glass
39 Dietary compound linked to heart disease may be influenced by gut microbiome
40 NASA climate modeling suggests Venus may have been habitable
41 Study: Paying terrorist kidnappers doesn't pay off for countries
42 Syracuse University researchers confirm marine animals live longer at high latitudes
43 Emergency financial aid from call centers effectively prevents homelessness
44 In a race for Cheetos, magpies win, but crows steal
45 New hacking technique imperceptibly changes memory virtual servers
46 Crown gall disease: A tumor home to a varied bacterial community
47 Orangutan able to guess a taste without sampling it, just like us
48 Safer air travel: Existing navigation data can help pilots avoid turbulence
49 Britain's last hunter-gatherers discovered using breakthrough analysis of bone fragments
50 More gorilla than chimp
51 New ant species Paratopula bauhinia described from Hong Kong by HKU biologists
52 Visualization of newly formed synapses with unprecedented resolution
53 Health behaviors and management critical for spinal cord injury patients
54 Plant response to carbon dioxide emissions depends on their neighbors
55 The fourth state of matter, plasma: A technology to improve bone healing?
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59 Students in government-funded school meal programs at higher risk of being overweight
60 Study sheds light on use and effectiveness of sexual assault hotlines
61 Brain-machine interface triggers recovery for paraplegic patients
62 Sequencing of fungal disease genomes may help prevent banana armageddon
63 Mayo Clinic researchers link senescent cells to most common form of arthritis
64 Human brain clocks exposed: Effects of circadian clocks and sleep loss vary across brain regions, new study finds
65 Researchers 'reprogram' network of brain cells in mice with thin beam of light
66 Unearthed: The cannibal sharks of a forgotten age
67 Risk of fans catching dengue fever during Olympics 'very low'
68 The next frontier in facial plastic, reconstructive surgery
69 Prevalence of estrogen receptor mutations in patients with metastatic breast cancer
70 Surveys of corn and soybean fields reveal implications for pollinator conservation
71 Disrupting mitochondrial function could improve treatment of fungal infections
72 Patients with TB and HIV should receive prompt coordinated treatment for both conditions
73 Self-shading windows switch from clear to opaque
74 Virus attracts bumblebees to infected plants by changing scent
75 Molecular flexibility shown to help pharmaceutical drugs bind to their targets
76 Treatment option for Alzheimer's disease possible
77 Targeting the gut-brain connection can impact immunity
78 Tufts Medical Center researchers find new functions of blood cell protein in transplant
79 Gaming using a stretchy touchpad
80 Discovery of sunlight-driven organic chemistry on water surfaces
81 With temporary financial help, homeless 76 percent less likely to enter shelter
82 Winner of the longest-lived vertebrate award goes to...
83 Disregarded plant molecule actually a treasure
84 Two Zika proteins responsible for microcephaly identified
85 Brain-machine interfaces trigger partial neurological recovery in chronic paraplegics
86 New insights into the evolution of cooperation in spatially structured populations
87 Heart bypass without surgery?--AGGF1 induces therapeutic angiogenesis through autophagy
88 New approach doubles 3-D resolution of fluorescence microscopy
89 Children score low on cardiovascular health measures
90 Burnout is caused by mismatch between unconscious needs and job demands
91 Paraplegics regain some feeling, movement after using brain-machine interfaces
92 Long-term health effects of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombs not as dire as perceived
93 Bumblebees prefer virus-infected plants, and their buzz pollination increases seed yields
94 Risk factors, features and outcomes of invasive non-typhoidal Salmonella in Vietnam
95 A new tool to determine cost-effective control of rheumatic heart disease
96 More than 200,000 crashes caused by road debris
97 Quantum dots with impermeable shell: A powerful tool for nanoengineering
98 Does publicizing incentive programs increase political donations?
99 New guidelines published for physicians treating patients with kidney stones
100 Are violent video games associated with more civic behaviors among youth?
101 How immune response differs for natural AAV infection compared to AAV vector for gene transfer?
102 NIH releases improved guidelines for diagnosing fetal alcohol spectrum disorder
103 Many endangered species face long waits for protection
104 Study: Seawalls, coastal forests in Japan help reduce tsunami damage
105 New study evaluates link between young women's beliefs on alcohol use and sex
106 Managing climate change refugia to protect wildlife
107 First report on efficient reprogramming of diabetic foot ulcer cells to create therapeutic stem cell
108 Adding milk, meat to diet dramatically improves nutrition for poor in Zambia
109 TSRI and NIH scientists show molecule in brain may drive cocaine addiction