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1 Emerging tech aims to improve life for handicapped
2 Waymo self-driving minivan will start test drives this month
3 For 'intelligent' robot, chess is just a hobby
4 Scientists develop first catalysed reaction using iron salts
5 Manganese oxides in treatment system could be mixed blessing
6 Chemists cook up new nanomaterial and imaging method
7 Treated carbon pulls radioactive elements from water
8 New method could turbocharge drug discovery, protein research
9 Gecko inspired adhesive can attach and detach using UV light
10 Rapid ceramic-metal processing for superior composites
11 Researchers imprint stable, chemically active polymer equivalents of DNA
12 Blood-repellent materials: A new approach to medical implants
13 Molecule shows ability to thwart pathogens' genetic resistance to antibiotic
14 Decontamination of water with a robust and sustainable membrane
15 Smartphone microscope offers cost-effective DNA sequencing and genetic mutation analysis
16 Strength of hair inspires new materials for body armor
17 Researchers zero-in on cholesterol's role in cells
18 Shellfish chemistry combined with polymer to create new biodegradable adhesive
19 Biophysics plays key role in immune system signaling and response
20 Study reveals way to design key protein-binding structures
21 Environmentally-friendly soy-based filter can capture toxic chemicals that other filters can't
22 Researchers achieve major breakthrough in flexible electronics
23 Removal of multiple contaminants from water by supported ionic liquid phases
24 Technique enables adaptable 3-D printing
25 Chemist develops new theory for explaining the function of proteins
26 Manchester scientists tie the tightest knot ever achieved
27 Amino acids formed from the single-electron activation of carbon dioxide
28 3-D printing could transform future membrane technology
29 Seals found able to find hidden fish by using whiskers to trace aspiration currents
30 We all need contacts--how organelles hug in cells
31 Cell fate regulation by LIN41 determined by binding location
32 Study pinpoints how skin cells' identity can be disassembled to create stem cells
33 Bacterial discovery solves 20-year-old molecular paleontology mystery
34 New genetic engineering technique could help design, study biological systems
35 Seeking structure with metagenome sequences
36 Novel regulatory mechanism controls how plants defend themselves against pathogens
37 Balance may rely on the timing of movement
38 Ants use sun and memories to guide their backwards walk home
39 Moth gut bacterium defends its host by making antibiotic
40 Phages found to use peptide to communicate with one another
41 Super-resolution imaging can map critical cell changes several days sooner than current method
42 Finally, an explanation of strange African 'fairy circles'?
43 New study examines how China maintains large catches and what it means for fishery management elsewhere
44 The Tasmanian tiger had a brain structure suited to a predatory life style
45 Survival of many of the world's nonhuman primates is in doubt, experts report
46 What humans and primates both know when it comes to numbers
47 Male baboons found to engage in feticide
48 System holds promise for study of biological systems, biosensors and bio-hybrid devices
49 'Molecular scissors' could point the way to genetic cures
50 New study challenges understanding of salinity impacts on freshwater biodiversity
51 Decoded microbial metabolism explains biofuel yield
52 Different recombination rates keep highly selfish genes in check
53 Birds of a feather flock together to confuse potential predators
54 Facts, beliefs, and identity: The seeds of science skepticism
55 Society remains convinced rewards work, despite evidence they decrease motivation
56 Humans, not climate change, wiped out Australian megafauna
57 Brief interventions help online learners persist with coursework, research finds
58 Iceman Oetzi's last meal was 'Stone Age bacon'
59 Major Viking Age manor discovered at Birka, Sweden
60 Talking to children about STEM fields boosts test scores and career interest
61 Preserved fortification, donkey stables dating to King Solomon discovered at TAU's Timna Valley excavations
62 Fossils reveal unseen 'footprint' maker
63 Discovery adds rock collecting to Neanderthal's repertoire
64 Study finds links between swearing and honesty
65 Crowdfunding expands innovation financing to underserved regions
66 First humans arrived in North America 10,000 years earlier than believed
67 Giant ancient shark may have gone extinct due to extinction of its small prey
68 How the insights of the Large Hadron Collider are being made open to everyone
69 Fossils from ancient extinct giant flightless goose suggests it was a fighter
70 Research shows how rebuilding Britain's Houses of Parliament in the 1800s helped create clean-air laws
71 Paleontologists classify mysterious ancient cone-shaped sea creatures
72 Why are most people right handed? The answer may be in the mouths of our ancestors
73 Study recommends changes to postdoctoral science positions
74 Byzantine skeleton yields 800-year-old genomes from a fatal infection
75 Researchers announce master plan for better science
76 Field study suggests wealthy less willing to tax rich when poor people are around
77 Friend or foe? Each creates national unity, a mix creates divisions, study shows
78 New model predicts when people are willing to try new things
79 Ugandans invent 'smart jacket' to diagnose pneumonia
80 For health and happiness, share good news
81 Researcher investigates the science behind love
82 Ultrasound waves propel rapid delivery of RNA to treat colon inflammation
83 Tracking movement of immune cells identifies key first steps in inflammatory arthritis
84 Brain's connections that keep related memories distinct identified in new study
85 France to investigate food additive that harmed rats
86 Team discovers how bacteria exploit a chink in the body's armor
87 Unmasking previously misunderstood gene, scientists discover potential drug target for gastrointestinal cancers
88 Children with asthma are more likely to become obese
89 Red pigment in red peppers and oranges linked to a lower risk of lung cancer
90 Women's cognitive decline begins earlier than previously believed
91 Study: Impulsivity may weigh down some people
92 Team uncovers cellular responses to bird flu vaccine
93 Synaesthesia 'hearing-motion' phenomenon more common than previously thought, says study
94 As cells age, the fat content within them shifts
95 Why the lights don't dim when we blink
96 Research reveals surprising health benefits of chewing your food
97 Curb your immune enthusiasm
98 Pancreatic tumors rely on signals from surrounding cells
99 In Alzheimer's, excess tau protein damages brain's GPS
100 The great unknown--risk-taking behaviour in adolescents
101 Experimental drug shows promise for sight-stealing eye condition
102 Structure of atypical cancer protein paves way for drug development
103 A role for mutated blood cells in heart disease?
104 Biologists identify signals that drive distinct behavior in microscopic nematode worms
105 Scientists provide first evidence that carbamates can upset circadian rhythms
106 Study discusses model for understanding nutrition and brain development
107 Digital assay of circulating tumor cells may improve diagnosis, monitoring of liver cancer
108 New genital herpes vaccine candidate provides powerful protection in preclinical tests
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