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1 The Internet and your brain are more alike than you think
2 New eco-battery that runs on seawater
3 New system makes it harder to track Bitcoin transactions
4 Climate change may overload US electrical grid: study
5 Engineers harness stomach acid to power tiny sensors
6 Pedal power revival in China as bike-share apps race for glory
7 Advanced robotic bat's flight characteristics simulates the real thing
8 Self-driving car prototypes need less human help, data show
9 Transparent hydrogel-based robots can catch and release live fish
10 Storing solar power increases energy consumption and emissions, study finds
11 New smartwatch software may now verify your signatures
12 Academics build ultimate solar-powered water purifier
13 Modifying the 'middle end' of a popular compiler yields more-efficient parallel programs
14 A commuter's dream: Entrepreneurs race to develop flying car
15 New wave of robots set to deliver the goods
16 Intentionally or not, big brands help fund fake news
17 Largest US offshore wind farm gets green light
18 'Knitted muscles' provide power
19 Your (social media) votes matter
20 Protective wear inspired by fish scales
21 Your Android device's Pattern Lock can be cracked within five attempts
22 Singapore 2G switchoff highlights digital divide
23 'Droneboarding' takes off in Latvia
24 New method of genetic engineering indispensable tool in biotechnological applications
25 Chemicals hitch a ride onto new protein for better compounds
26 Team takes deeper look at unconventional oil and gas
27 Researchers develop device that emulates human kidney function
28 Technique to measure oxidative stress in blood samples offers potential aid in schizophrenia diagnosis
29 Researchers studying mouse proteins uncover part of 'choreography of immunity'
30 Bacteria fed synthetic iron-containing molecules turn into electrical generators
31 Sticky gels turn insect-sized drones into artificial pollinators
32 Scientists make new high-tech liquid materials
33 Better scaffolds help scientists study cancer
34 Method to identify bacteria in blood samples works in hours instead of days
35 Bacterium lassoes its way from the mouth to the heart to cause disease
36 New technology could help neuroscientists understand how dopamine influences brain activity
37 Scientists develop 'lab on a chip' that costs one cent to make
38 Green tea compound may halt molecular cause of often-fatal condition
39 New algorithms may revolutionize drug discoveries--and our understanding of life
40 Building a better microbial fuel cell--using paper
41 Novel microbial geldanamycin derivatives and cyclopentenone ansamycins from an abandoned coal mine
42 Up, up and away: Chemists say 'yes,' helium can form compounds
43 Bacterium from coal mine fire could aid drug targeting
44 Research pinpoints promise of polycrystalline perovskites
45 Atomic-scale view of bacterial proteins offers path to new tuberculosis drugs
46 Flipping the switch on ammonia production: Process generates electricity instead of consuming energy
47 Fluorescent probe seeks out pancreatic cancer cells in mice
48 New details about uranium chemistry show how it binds to organic matter
49 Researchers cast into doubt a tenet of the dominant evolutionary biology model
50 Bacteria sleep, then rapidly evolve, to survive antibiotic treatments
51 Malaria parasite may trigger human odor to lure mosquitoes
52 Researchers discuss the future of conservation
53 Monarch butterfly numbers drop by 27 percent in Mexico
54 Climate change and fishing create 'trap' for penguins
55 Ancestry.com analyses user DNA samples to build migration maps of North America
56 Study finds new bacterial strain can contaminate shellfish (Update)
57 Splitfin flashlight fish uses bioluminescent light to illuminate plankton
58 Quinoa genome accelerates solutions for food security (Update)
59 Chimpanzee feet allow scientists a new grasp on human foot evolution
60 Compound from deep-water marine sponge could provide antibacterial solutions for MRSA
61 Fear of sea turtle extinction due to female bias in warm climate unwarranted study suggests (Update)
62 Teaching plants to be better spenders
63 Bees give up searching for food when humans degrade their land
64 Largest group of Australia's insects collaborate to avoid being eaten
65 Rethink needed to save critically endangered black rhinoceros
66 Drought identified as key to severity of West Nile virus epidemics
67 Wolfing it down: Brown bears reduce wolf kill rates
68 Blue-bellied insects may play a role in the fight against citrus greening
69 Researchers identify protein essential for healthy gut cell development
70 How life survives: Researchers confirm basic mechanism of DNA repair
71 How hydras know where to regrow lost body parts
72 Making a scavenger--the meat-thieving traits that have stood the test of time
73 Study offers new insights into receptor that regulates Staphylococcal virulence
74 Climate change responsible for rapid expansion of horse species over last 20 million years
75 Deeper origin of gill evolution suggests 'active lifestyle' link in early vertebrates
76 Broken pebbles offer clues to Paleolithic funeral rituals
77 Key friendships vital for effective human social networks
78 Archaeologists find 12th Dead Sea Scrolls cave
79 Students recreate 5,000-year-old Chinese beer recipe
80 More order with less judgment: An optimal theory of the evolution of cooperation
81 Mobile phone and satellite data to map poverty
82 Humans correctly forecast the personal qualities valued in their local population, and generate pride accordingly: study
83 Psychology explains how to win an Oscar
84 Mathematically optimizing traffic lights in road intersections
85 Study suggests polling is still best predictor of election outcomes
86 Baltic hunter-gatherers began farming without influence of migration, ancient DNA suggests
87 Ancient DNA reveals 'continuity' between Stone Age and modern populations in East Asia
88 Atlanta Falcons to win Super Bowl: Pitt professor used in-game data from the past seven NFL seasons
89 Mathematical model reveals parental involvement can 'immunize' students from dropping out
90 Dino rib yields evidence of oldest soft tissue remains
91 Amateurs can hunt relics with modern 'Indiana Jones'
92 500-million year-old species offers insights into the lives of ancient legged worms
93 Shootings in US schools are linked to increased unemployment
94 Bag-like sea creature was humans' oldest known ancestor
95 Discovery of new fossil from half billion years ago sheds light on life on Earth
96 Anthropologists uncover art by (really) old masters--38,000 year-old engravings
97 Fossils of giant pterosaurs found in Transylvania
98 Matters of the heart: Researchers create 3-D beating heart
99 High-throughput, in vivo validation of candidate congenital heart disease genes
100 Scientists identify aggressive pancreatic cancer cells and their vulnerability
101 Research uncovers bacteria linking Crohn's disease to arthritis
102 Researchers show how Lou Gehrig's disease progression could be delayed
103 Genetic 'switch' in animals offers clues to evolutionary origins of fine motor skills
104 Genetically altered bacteria help destroy cancerous tumors in mice
105 Words can sound 'round' or 'sharp' without us realizing it
106 Newly found mechanism for protecting neurons could underlie brain disease
107 Infants recognize surprise in others before age 2
108 How best to treat infections and tumors: Containment versus aggressive treatment
109 Genetics of both virus and patient work together to influence the course of HIV infection
110 Skimp on sleep and you just may wind up sick
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