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1 It's mostly mothers who pass on mitochondria--and a new theory says it's due to the first sexual conflict
2 Scientists design new molecules capable of overcoming resistance to conventional antibiotics
3 Hundreds of dead sea turtles found floating off El Salvador
4 Researchers find that two distinct ecological mechanisms may provide resilience against invasive species
5 Horses can read our body language, even when they don't know us
6 New study offers insights into a dog's life in families with children
7 Big cats in Britain--urban myth or scientific fact?
8 Artificial neural networks could power up curation of natural history collections
9 Saving rare elephants with tourism snaps
10 November weather spells a troublesome time for turtles
11 Longest living dolphin in captivity dies at Japan aquarium
12 Malawi turns to British troops in poaching war
13 Marine scientists discover kleptopredation--a new way of catching prey
14 New, simplified technique makes light metallic nanofoam
15 Dioxane-chomping microbe has helpful gene
16 Electrostatic force takes charge in bioinspired polymers
17 Cancer cells destroyed with metal from the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs
18 How to build artificial nanofactories to power our futures
19 Chemists develop method to quickly screen, accurately identify fentanyl and a broad range of other drugs of abuse
20 Technique gives detailed view into how certain polymers form, unlocking answers about nucleation
21 'Microfluidic' device simulates cancer treatment as effectively as research animals
22 Jellyfish-inspired electronic skin glows when it gets hurt
23 New theory addresses how life on Earth arose from the primordial muck
24 Hacking evolution, screening technique may improve most widespread enzyme
25 New SOFT e-textiles could offer advanced protection for soldiers and emergency personnel
26 Researchers report a new and better kind of invisible ink
27 Discarded cigarette butts--the next high-performing hydrogen storage material?
28 How an interest in bipolar disorder drugs led to a better understanding of leukemia
29 Researchers achieve breakthrough in 3-D printed marine grade stainless steel
30 SMART: Facial recognition for molecular structures
31 Energy team develops processes to ramp up bio-based aviation fuel
32 New study investigates effectiveness of nanoscale nuclear waste filter
33 Study reveals unknown details about common lithium-ion battery materials
34 New research findings could lead to safer and more powerful lithium-ion batteries
35 Heavy metal thunder: Protein can be switched on to conduct electricity like a metal
36 Exploiting reversible solubility allows for direct, optical patterning of unprecedentedly small features.
37 Learning from mussels: A marine bivalve inspires researchers to make stronger polymers
38 Cell-like lipid vesicles which can be populated with natural cell proteins
39 Researchers discover super-elastic shape-memory material
40 Scientists enlist lichens to monitor air pollution
41 Tiny sensors developed to study the secrets of brain chemistry
42 Modeling surface chemistry and predicting new materials
43 Biocompatible photonic crystals expand applications from optics to medicine
44 Electron microscopy provides clues into the colorful chemistry of dragonfly wings
45 Exploring biomimicry--building the next generation of adaptable materials from nature
46 Health treatment through chemical synthesis
47 German chemical sector lifts 2017 forecast on strong Q3
48 A method to recover obscured serial numbers from polymer products
49 Saliva proteins could explain why some people overuse salt
50 One-step 3-D printing of catalysts
51 Modifying the internal structure of 2-D hybrid perovskite materials causes them to emit white light
52 Rapid, on-chip analysis of synthetic, animal, or human skin
53 Nicotine's hold: What the gut and gender have to do with it
54 ROSINA spectral measurements bring comet's chemistry to life
55 New fire-resistant coating to prevent failure in steel building fires
56 Modified bacterium converts petroleum directly into building blocks for plastics
57 New techniques for removing carbon from the atmosphere
58 Study shows need for adaptive powered knee prosthesis to assist amputees
59 Researchers working to mimic giant clams to enhance the production of biofuel
60 Study finds fringe communities on Reddit and 4chan have high influence on flow of alternative news to Twitter
61 Sony revives robot pet dog
62 System for performing 'tensor algebra' offers 100-fold speedups over previous software packages
63 You can stymie the iPhone X Face ID--but it takes some work
64 Google-bred Waymo aims to shift robotic cars into next gear
65 U. of Michigan expert puts bird-like robot through its paces
66 Web-based system automatically evaluates proposals from far-flung data scientists
67 It lives! This nightmare machine writes bone-chilling tales
68 'Instant replay' for computer systems shows cyber attack details
69 'Combosquatting' attack hides in plain sight to trick computer users
70 VR display technique saves the stomach by exploiting the eye's limits
71 Robotics principles help wave energy converters better absorb power of ocean waves
72 Small words in an email can reveal a person's identity
73 New iPhone brings face recognition (and fears) to the masses
74 New research findings could lead to safer and more powerful lithium-ion batteries
75 Scientists get first close-ups of finger-like growths that trigger battery fires
76 Get ready for targeted ads on digital TV
77 AI-enabled Klarity helps companies identify risks in contracts
78 How farmers can turn trash into energy
79 On-board computers and sensors could stop the next car-based attack
80 Carmakers join forces in Europe to make electrics widespread
81 Equifax says execs unaware of hack when they sold stock
82 Autonomous forklift trucks which will work with humans are being developed
83 Outgoing Twitter worker responsible for Trump account outage
84 Apple's iPhone X hits Asia stores as profits soar
85 Estonia blocks electronic ID cards over identity-theft risk
86 Drones become crime-fighting tool, but perfection is elusive
87 Can Apple live up to the hype for the iPhone X?
88 Smart autopilot promises to keep flying safe
89 Concrete: A hard material engineers hope to make harder
90 AR glasses help surgeons when operating on tumors
91 Google and AutoNation partner on self-driving car program
92 Constructing buildings with re-useable components
93 Stem cell laboratory in a bag
94 Return of the comet: 96P spotted by ESA, NASA satellites
95 The most ancient spiral galaxy confirmed
96 ALMA discovers cold dust around nearest star
97 Atmospheric beacons guide NASA scientists in search for life
98 The inner secrets of planets and stars
99 Study of W Hydrae suggests condensed aluminum oxide dust plays key role in accelerating stellar wind
100 Neutron star merger confirms decades of predictions
101 Overlooked treasure--the first evidence of exoplanets
102 Dog star: Scientist recalls training Laika for space
103 NASA investigates invisible magnetic bubbles in outer solar system
104 Martian ridge brings out rover's color talents
105 Physicists make rapid progress in bounding the speed of gravity
106 Kepler data reveals existence of 20 promising exoplanets 'hiding in plain sight'
107 Scientists mine 'star scar' to unlock space secrets
108 Aliens may be more like us than we think
109 Next Mars rover will have 23 'eyes'
110 'Monster' planet discovery challenges formation theory