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1 Voice Technology Education at Johns Hopkins Gets a Boost from Amazon
2 Leading Non-Profit Health Insurer Alerts EU Health Ministers on EDCs
3 Study Sheds New Light on How Species Extinction Affects Complex Ecosystems
4 Methodology for Life-Cycle Sustainability Assessment of Building Structures
5 Iron Dissolved by Air Pollution May Increase Ocean Potential to Trap Carbon
6 As Millions Watch April the Giraffe, Wild Giraffe Populations Are Declining Rapidly
7 Study Links Climate Variation and Natural Selection
8 Exercise-Induced Hormone Irisin Linked to New Mechanisms for Bone Metabolism
9 Group Blazes Path to Efficient, Eco-Friendly Deep-Ultraviolet LED
10 Help Astronomers Find Elusive Muons Disguised as Gamma Rays
11 Boosting the Lifetime and Effectiveness of Biomedical Devices
12 Smartphone Interruptions: Are Yours Relentless and Annoying?
13 New Evidence for a Water-Rich History on Mars
14 Mighty American Chestnut Poised for Return to America's Forests
15 Imaging the Inner Workings of a Sodium-Metal Sulfide Battery for First Time
16 It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's--a Key Discovery About Human Memory
17 Underestimating Clouds
18 Ocean Engineering Graduate Is Semifinalist in International Contest for Deep-Water Exploration
19 URI Student One of Six to Receive Highest Research Honor from the American Chemical Society
20 New CRISPR-Cas, Gene Editing Systems, Discovered in Vast DNA Sequence Dataset
21 Turning Food Waste into Tires
22 Microbial Community Interactions Drive Methane Consumption in Lakes
23 Climate Study Finds Human Fingerprint in Northern Hemisphere
24 SDSC Achieves Record Performance in Seismic Simulations with Intel
25 Bubble-Recoil Could Be Used to Cool Microchips, Even in Space
26 Rutgers Licenses Low-Cost, High-Quality Graphene Production Method to Everpower
27 New Materials Could Turn Water into the Fuel of the Future
28 Standards on Car Emissions Hurt Industry, but Help Communities
29 Detailed chemical structure of P22 virus resolved
30 RIT helps advance space camera being tested on ISS
31 Research finds link between unemployed women trading sex for security and high HIV rates
32 Vision, not limbs, led fish onto land 385 million years ago
33 PTSD risk can be predicted by hormone levels prior to deployment, study says
34 US desert songbirds at risk in a warming climate
35 Researchers develop equation that helps to explain plant growth
36 ASHG opposes new executive order restricting travel to the US
37 High number of deaths from heart disease, stroke and diabetes linked to diet
38 Group tolerance linked to perceptions of fairness and harm
39 Snake bit? UCI chemists figure out how to easily and cheaply halt venom's spread
40 Crowdfunding innovation: It's backers--not money raised--that predicts market success
41 Species appears to evolve quickly enough to endure city temperatures
42 Where did the Scythians come from?
43 Nanozymes--efficient antidote against pesticides
44 Longer hospital stays might reduce readmissions from post-acute care facilities
45 Vaginal progesterone may reduce newborn complications in some pregnancies
46 Fault system off San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles counties could produce magnitude 7.3 quake
47 Controlling energy production by calcium is an organ-specific affair
48 Survival instinct, not family bonds, weave massive spider colonies together
49 Virginia Tech team examines molecular-level problems of heart disease
50 Newly discovered DNA enhancers help switch on colorectal cancer
51 Caffeine boosts enzyme that could protect against dementia, finds IU study
52 ORNL study examines tungsten in extreme environments to improve fusion materials
53 Self-persuasion app motivates low-income moms to protect teens against cancer-causing HPV
54 Earth is bombarded at random
55 Computer simulations first step toward designing more efficient amine chemical scrubbers
56 Study tests the 'three-hit' theory of autism
57 Innocent African-Americans more likely to be wrongfully convicted
58 New design results in compact, highly efficient frequency comb
59 Ovarian cancer researchers find biomarker linked to prognosis in aggressive disease type
60 Chicago waterways--still flowing after over 100 years
61 Legacy of brilliant young scientist is a major leap in quantum computing
62 Diabetes drug may be effective against deadly form of breast cancer, study suggests
63 Multilab replication project examines cooperation under time pressure
64 A new way to reset gene expression in cancer cells shows promise for leukemia treatment
65 Researchers from Aarhus solve the mystery of the acid pump
66 Understanding what's happening inside liquid droplets
67 Wise deliberation sustains cooperation
68 Study: Manufacturing method may help keep work in high-cost areas
69 New study finds price discounts may backfire when combined with large donations
70 Pain relief molecule featuring first artificial cellular communications receptor
71 Can combined exercise and nutritional intervention improve muscle mass and function?
72 Research shows infertility tied to relationship disruption in Ghana
73 Future climate change will affect plants and soil differently
74 Cyberbullying rarely occurs in isolation, research finds
75 A backup copy in the central brain: How fruit flies form orientation memory
76 Moscow State University scientists reveal the secret of naked mole-rat longevity
77 Hexagonal boron nitride enables the fabrication of 2-dimensional electronic memories
78 'Traveling' droughts bring new possibilities for prediction
79 Artificial intelligence in quantum systems, too
80 Rangers fight loss of wildlife with fire
81 Identification of genes controlling mouthpart development key to insect diversity
82 UCLA scientists show how to amplify or stifle signals for immune responses
83 Urine-based biomarkers for early cancer screening test
84 Specialized beetles shed light on predator-prey associations in the Cretaceous
85 Researchers map clonorchiasis risk across China
86 Climate study: More intense and frequent severe rainstorms likely; no drop off expected
87 New study shows Americans are having sex less often
88 A light rain can spread soil bacteria far and wide, study finds
89 Fruit flies halt reproduction during infection
90 Sussex scientists pinpoint sensory links between autism and synesthesia
91 Brain scans of service-dog trainees help sort weaker recruits from the pack
92 SLU researchers study a new way to lower LDL cholesterol
93 Lifestyle choices condition colon and rectal cancer risk more than genetics
94 Bumblebees' smelly feet help determine where to find lunch
95 New protein discovered in aging and cancer
96 Blueberry concentrate improves brain function in older people
97 Portuguese moth's mystery solved after 22 years
98 New frog from the Peruvian Andes is the first amphibian named after Sir David Attenborough
99 Sulforaphane, a phytochemical in broccoli sprouts, ameliorates obesity
100 Why did rainfall over Asian inland plateau region undergo abrupt decrease around 1999?
101 First public data released by hyper suprime-cam Subaru Strategic Program
102 Brain architecture alters to compensate for depression
103 Resveratrol preserves neuromuscular synapses, muscle fibers in aging mice
104 Photos show promise as dietary assessment tool, but more training needed
105 New research shows split on how people consider transgender rights issues
106 UCI team identifies key mutation that suppresses the immune system in melanoma
107 Photos show promise as dietary assessment tool, but more training needed
108 New research shows split on how people consider transgender rights issues
109 UCI team identifies key mutation that suppresses the immune system in melanoma
110 Evidence insufficient regarding screening for gynecologic conditions with pelvic examination