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1 How much does dementia risk increase after traumatic brain injury?
2 Self-driving cars may soon be able to make moral and ethical decisions as humans do
3 People with Parkinson's should be monitored for melanoma Mayo study finds
4 AAS publishes a special issue on Chinese Carbon Budget Program
5 Australian study uses new technique to challenge brain development hypothesis
6 New breakthrough opens doors to treat melanin-linked skin conditions
7 Advance directive and medical power of attorney are often missing
8 Local views key to unlocking ways to fairer and more successful nature conservation
9 Combining antibiotics proves more effective against common infection
10 Inhibition of tau protein aggregation by rhodanine-based compounds
11 Breakthrough in dating Viking fortress
12 Extreme weather conditions and climate change account for 40 percent of global wheat production variability
13 UK can lead the way in labor rights post-Brexit, says new academic report
14 Shocking case of indigestion in supermassive black hole
15 Who'll win at Wimbledon? Just listen to the pitch of the grunts
16 Through fossil leaves, a step towards Jurassic Park
17 Mapping genes could improve cancer diagnosis
18 Motivation through punishment
19 Can satellites be used as an early warning system for landslides?
20 Nicking in new nucleotides
21 Not so pretty after all: New pestivirus that attacks the nervous system of Austrian pigs
22 The role of electrochemotherapy in radiosensitization of tumor cells
23 Praying mantises hunt down birds worldwide
24 Do blind people express their emotions in the same way as people who can see?
25 Scanning the surface of lithium titanate
26 Monash Earth Scientists involved in discovery of a new mineral
27 New chemical synthesis method can produce an exciting range of novel compounds
28 On the road to creating an electrodeless spacecraft propulsion engine
29 Personalized metabolic therapy treatment shows improvement on atypical Rett syndrome
30 Genetics may lie at the heart of crop yield limitation
31 Ensuring carpoolers are compatible is key to ridesharing success
32 Whale attack simulations reveal prey escape strategies
33 Surprise methanol detection points to an evolving story of Enceladus's plumes
34 Global use of wastewater to irrigate agriculture at least 50 percent greater than thought
35 Removal of invasive shrub could be an easy way to help reduce malaria transmission
36 Sticking your neck out: How did plesiosaurs swim with such long necks?
37 Winging it: How do bats out-maneuver their prey?
38 A twist in the tail: Flying fish give clues to 'tandem wing' airplane design
39 DNA of early Neanderthal gives timeline for new modern human-related dispersal from Africa
40 Sea shells for sale: A new source of sustainable biomaterials
41 Fastest stars in the Milky Way are 'runaways' from another galaxy
42 Spain now sets the pace of assisted reproduction in Europe with more than 100,000 treatments a year
43 The transfer of chromosomally 'abnormal' embryos can still result in pregnancy in IVF
44 Study finds automated embryo assessment system more accurate than that of embryologists
45 Gigantic crocodile with T. rex teeth was a top land predator of the Jurassic in Madagascar
46 Consumption of high-fructose corn syrup increased in Canada after tariffs lowered in NAFTA
47 Menstruation doesn't change how your brain works--period
48 Forgotten archives reveal street-level impact of 1918 Puerto Rico earthquake and tsunami
49 Ancient stone monuments may have been used for mysterious moonlit ceremonies, say archaeologists
50 Mosaic floor from Roman period uncovered in Alexandria
51 Hundreds of Stone Tombs Discovered in Land of 'Dead Fire'
52 Pictured: the remains of a Stone Age fish supper from 8,000 years ago
53 Analysis hints that long-distance trade network connected present-day central and northern Italy
54 250-year-old piece of jewelry unearthed at Fort Michilimackinac
55 Link to the Past: Evidence of Humanity's Oldest Ropes Unearthed
56 Reimagining the History of Human Migration with a 65,000-Year-Old Find
57 Amazing mosaics found in ruins of Roman 'domus'
58 Another pre-Hispanic find in Mexico City
59 Live cannonball from Battle of the Plains of Abraham found in Old Quebec
60 Ancient roman sarcophagus found at London building site
61 King Tut's Wife May Be Buried in Newly Discovered Tomb
62 Search for Amelia Earhart Draws Archaeologist from Eugene to South Pacific
63 Archaeology: Science solves mystery of detached skulls in burial mound
64 Archaeologists in Athens uncover 2,500-year-old Greek mystery by CSI tests
65 5,000-Year-Long Tsunami Record Found in Guano-Encrusted Sumatran Cave
66 Orkney Neolithic 'butterfly-like' motifs found by chance
67 Southampton Water fish trap dated to Saxon times
68 Medieval-era graffiti discovered in cave in Upper Egypt
69 Impressive 2,700-Year-Old Water System Discovered Near Rosh Ha'Ayin
70 Rare Human Syndrome May Explain Why Dogs are So Friendly
71 Birds' migration genes are altered by geography
72 New data shows extreme coastal sea levels more likely
73 Hubble captures image of 'hidden galaxy'
74 Research finds why rappelling spiders spin in control
75 Computer vision techniques highlight urban change
76 Google honors scientist Eva Ekeblad with new Doodle
77 Scientists recover human DNA from mosquitoes
78 Oil spills disrupt entire food webs, new study shows
79 Sea spiders use guts, not heart, to move oxygen
80 Scientists develop more eco-friendly way to synthesize spider silk
81 In bonobo communities, just a few males monopolize reproduction
82 Female insects use 'anti-antiaphrodisiac' to let males know they're ready to mate
83 Scientists piece together extinct horsepox virus, raising biosecurity concerns
84 New synthetic compound can silence disease-causing genes in mitochondria
85 Purdue researcher: We shouldn't eliminate mosquitoes
86 Commercial brain training doesn't improve decision making or cognitive function
87 NASA's Juno probe passes across Jupiter's Great Red Spot
88 China teleports quantum information to space, a first
89 Anxiety about crime is contagious, even in places where crime is rare
90 Astronomers find smallest-ever star
91 NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory sees sunspot turn toward Earth
92 Climate change could mean more wildfires in Alaska, northwest Canada
93 Chandra surveys nearby giant molecular cloud
94 Nickel key to Earth's magnetic field, research shows
95 Astronomers offer new evidence of hidden ninth planet
96 Scientists encode movie clip in the DNA of living cells
97 Study: Mini cellular antennae helps turn muscle into fat
98 Astronomers survey giant large-scale cosmic structure
99 Satellite spots burning Mount Vesuvius
100 Report: High seas in high danger as ecological tipping point nears
101 To avoid getting eaten, spiders walk like ants
102 Daily crossword puzzling may guard against cognitive decline
103 Great Plains to see more dust storms in second half of the 21st century
104 Bacteria passed from mom to offspring is most beneficial, study shows
105 Space station crystals to aid search for better antidotes for chemical agents
106 Gulf of Mexico tube worm is one of the longest-living animals in the world
107 Quantum mechanical particles travel backwards, study confirms
108 Ancient worm burrows offer insights into early 'ecosystem engineers'
109 Study details early impacts that shaped the Milky Way
110 Father's presence encourages sibling bonding among baboons