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1 NASA to launch asteroid-sampling mission in three weeks (+video)
2 Retro fashion: Scientists examine Otzi the Iceman's wardrobe (+video)
3 What makes 2017's 'Great American Eclipse' so great?
4 What can Mother Nature teach us about managing financial systems?
5 NASA opens research to public: Why that's a big deal
6 Mars isolation study in a Hawaii volcano: What are we learning?
7 Do chimpanzees prefer cooperation to competition?
8 Lost in space no more: NASA finds its missing spacecraft
9 A Bosnian pine named 'Adonis' may be Europe's oldest-living tree
10 How did a 'zombie' coral reef come back to life?
11 How to explore a World War II shipwreck without getting wet
12 How we all can help monarch butterflies as they migrate
13 Why the 'Tufts-Love' teenage dinosaur is so important
14 China sets its sights on Mars
15 The global human footprint may be growing more slowly than we thought
16 Newly-discovered 'micro lion' was a feisty creature
17 What does Mars look like? More like us than we thought
18 Could there be a habitable planet just 4.25 light-years away?
19 Forget the Olympics. At NASA, they're breaking cosmic records
20 Proxima b briefing: How close is it, and when can we get there?
21 Astronomers discover a dark-matter galaxy: Dragonfly 44
22 Dodo devotees, here's your chance: Rare assembled skeleton up for auction
23 Stormy 'weather bomb' reveals Earth's geological secrets
24 Dragon capsule returns to Earth with space gifts
25 A tale of more cities: Are we reducing our impact on the Earth by sharing it?
26 NASA's Jupiter probe: Juno makes closest approach
27 How to catch the rare rendezvous of Venus and Jupiter
28 This mysterious galaxy is almost entirely dark matter
29 Earth-like schmearthlike: How should we talk about potentially habitable planets?
30 Yearlong simulated Mars mission ends: What did we learn?
31 'Weather bombs' offer insights into Earth's deepest structures
32 Has the mystery of Lucy's death been solved? Maybe. Maybe not.
33 SETI detects mysterious signal from vicinity of sunlike star
34 NASA's Juno spacecraft completes its first orbital flyby of Jupiter
35 What would happen if we found life on Proxima b?
36 Mars Q&A: Is now the time to explore the Red Planet?
37 Does your dog know what you're saying?
38 Geologists say that we are now living in the Age of Humans
39 What is this mysterious radio signal from space?
40 As fall nears, how will the Cape Cod manatee fare?
41 Satellite company will become first to launch used SpaceX rocket
42 Astronaut becomes first person to sequence DNA in space
43 Was this flying critter the ptiniest pterosaur of the Late Cretaceous?
44 Is there a ninth planet? The evidence is growing.
45 NASA to launch asteroid sampling mission. Who gets to keep the rock?
46 Could these be the world's oldest fossils?
47 'Ring of Fire' annular eclipse over Africa
48 Oldest fossil suggests life began quickly on a young Earth
49 SpaceX loses $195-million satellite in rocket explosion
50 What does it take to keep a space station running?
51 Spacewalks have become routine on ISS, but that wasn't always the case
52 Plastic wrap? Clothing of the future could cool our bodies
53 Ceres's latest surprise: Ice volcanoes
54 Millions of S.C. bees die after anti-Zika spraying, beekeepers say
55 SpaceX rocket explodes on pad: Looking for answers (+video)
56 Jupiter photos: 'Like nothing we have seen or imagined before' (+video)
57 Why Hermine may return to hurricane strength and lash Northeast states
58 Strong earthquake shakes Oklahoma. Drilling induced?
59 Does your pooch take more risks than a wolf?
60 Why NASA's IG isn't optimistic about crewed space travel until 2018
61 For the first time, carbon nanotubes beat silicon transistors
62 AI in the real world: Tech leaders consider practical issues.
63 Is SpaceX's 'punishing schedule' too ambitious? (+video)
64 Miss the 'ring of fire' eclipse? Mark your calendar for the next cosmic light show
65 ESA finds lost Philae lander just in time to crash it into a comet
66 SpaceX explosion: Who pays when rocket launches go awry?
67 Lost and found: Tiny Philae space probe discovered on comet
68 Is climate change generating stronger, more frequent typhoons?
69 What did the 'real' Loch Ness Monster look like?
70 Why climate change could be fatal for lizards
71 Earth welcomes the return of three astronauts from the ISS
72 Did a planetary smashup deliver the key ingredients for life?
73 NASA's asteroid sampling mission to launch Thursday
74 US companies pledged to fight climate change, but will they really?
75 Scientists will be studying NASA's asteroid samples for decades
76 After 2,000 years, archaeologists restore Temple Mount tile patterns
77 The science behind NASA's asteroid sampling mission
78 Are there aliens in our backyard? NASA astronaut weighs in.
79 Will teenage tetrapods change the story of leap from sea to land?
80 Is human hair as distinctive as human DNA?
81 Why we've been looking at giraffes all wrong for 100 years
82 NASA spacecraft on way to asteroid to bring back samples
83 Gone Bennu hunting: The OSIRIS-REx launch
84 Flatworm parasite named after Barack Obama: Is that a compliment?
85 Meteor explodes in fiery blaze over Cyprus: How unusual?
86 Alzheimer's treatment appears to alleviate memory loss in small trial
87 Claims of Earth's oldest fossils tantalize researchers
88 Venerable brain-cancer cell line faces identity crisis
89 London super-lab opens under cloud of Brexit
90 Giant ice volcano spotted on dwarf planet Ceres
91 Roger Tsien's legacy: The creations that lit up biology
92 Culture of silence and nonchalance protected disgraced trachea surgeon (updated)
93 OSIRIS-REx spacecraft blazes trail for asteroid miners
94 Photos reveal location of lost comet lander Philae
95 The new breed of cutting-edge catalysts
96 US science agencies face budget limbo
97 Turkey sacks thousands of university staff
98 Mars contamination fear could divert Curiosity rover
99 Boom in unproven cell therapies intensifies regulatory debate
100 How to raise a genius: lessons from a 45-year study of super-smart children
101 Turkish academic purge, endangered gorilla and a stargazing spectacular
102 Cancer experts unveil wishlist for US government 'moonshot'
103 Ale genomics: how humans tamed beer yeast
104 DNA reveals that giraffes are four species--not one
105 Milky Way mapper: 6 ways the Gaia spacecraft will change astronomy
106 Macchiarini scandal is a valuable lesson for the Karolinska Institute
107 The historic truth about science fiction from H. G. Wells to Star Trek
108 Announcement: Where are the data?
109 The debate over GM crops is making history
110 Stop ignoring misconduct
111 Use antimicrobials wisely
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