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1 A molecule for proper neural wiring in the cerebellum
2 On-chip pumps achieve high-speed sorting of large cells
3 Making animated characters jump just got easier
4 Design method helps animated characters gain physical form
5 ABBA sequence in tennis tiebreaking serves is proven to be fair--Ben-Gurion U.
6 Trigeminal nerve stimulation shows promise for management of traumatic brain injury
7 Death rate for depressed heart patients double than for non-depressed heart patients
8 Cancer cells put the brakes on immune system
9 Newly discovered biomarkers may lead to promising diagnostic tool for Alzheimer's
10 Scientists use new data mining strategy to spot those at high Alzheimer's risk
11 Sleep or sex? How the fruit fly decides
12 2 methods to de-identify large patient datasets greatly reduced risk of re-identification
13 Researchers discover how human cells maintain the correct number of chromosomes
14 New light-activated catalyst grabs CO2 to make ingredients for fuel
15 Cancer cells put the brakes on immune system
16 Newly discovered biomarkers may lead to promising diagnostic tool for Alzheimer's
17 Sleep or sex? How the fruit fly decides
18 2 methods to de-identify large patient datasets greatly reduced risk of re-identification
19 Researchers discover how human cells maintain the correct number of chromosomes
20 New light-activated catalyst grabs CO2 to make ingredients for fuel
21 Predicting the properties of subatomic particles using large scale computer simulations
22 How central are female characters to a movie?
23 An evolutionary breakpoint in cell division
24 P-values, hypotheses and inference...new appraoches to reproducibility at JSM 2017
25 More rain for the Red Sea if El Nino breezes in
26 Nature provides a key to repelling liquids
27 'Hidden' experiences of men forced to have sex with women revealed
28 GP-based testing for HIV is cost-effective and should be rolled out in local authorities
29 Bacterial biofilms, begone
30 Cycad leaf physiology research needed
31 Astronomers find that the sun's core rotates 4 times faster than its surface
32 Successful prediction of multi-year US droughts and wildfire risk
33 Methane-eating bacteria in lake deep beneath Antarctic ice
34 Big data approach can predict toxicity of chemicals, save animals
35 Study reinforces the Amazon forest's importance in regulating atmospheric chemistry
36 For infants with skull flattening, earlier helmet therapy gives better results
37 Undocumented immigration doesn't worsen drug, alcohol problems in US, study indicates
38 Biofeedback technology helping improve balance in Parkinson's patients
39 Rusting fool's gold in glaciers a sign of increased carbon
40 Study finds cardiac complications high after orthopedic surgery for heart disease patients
41 Supreme Court rulings can signal a shift in societal norms
42 Study links violence exposure, obesity in teens
43 Projected precipitation increases are bad news for water quality
44 Spanking can be detrimental for children's behavior, even 10 years later
45 The undertaker's census
46 Single-photon emitter has promise for quantum info-processing
47 Advancing public engagement at the Ecological Society of America
48 Coordinated care organizations lead to more timely prenatal care
49 How DNA damage turns immune cells against cancer
50 Domestic violence twice as likely to start for pregnant women after HIV diagnosis
51 Dinosaur-era plant found alive in North America for first time
52 Picture perfect
53 It's something in the water: LLNL scientists extract hydrogen as potential fuel source
54 Tobacco industry steps up tactics to reduce impact of display ban
55 An Earth-like atmosphere may not survive Proxima b's orbit
56 Energy storage solution combines polymers and nanosheets
57 States find rewards from high-tech investments, given time and patience
58 Beware doping athletes! This sensor may be your downfall
59 Bringing a 'trust but verify' model to journal peer review
60 Refuting the idea that mutations cause cancer
61 Methane-eating microbes may reduce release of gases as Antarctic ice sheets melt
62 Extreme weather 'could kill up to 152,000 a year' in Europe by 2100
63 Fewer cars not cleaner ones key to tackling air quality
64 New map of Universe's dark matter
65 Review into energy costs launched by government
66 Armoured tank-like dino used camouflage to hide
67 Device could make washing machines lighter and greener
68 DNA clue to origins of early Greek civilization
69 Warming to boost deadly humidity levels across South Asia
70 Pollination threatened by artificial light
71 Countryside faces 'damaging uncertainty'
72 Human embryos edited to stop disease
73 Caterpillars turned into 'exploding zombies' by bug
74 Bail of $30,000 set for UK cyber expert Marcus Hutchins
75 Defending Tor--gateway to the dark web
76 Children consuming online time 'like junk food'
77 YouTube child protection mechanism 'failing'
78 Apple 'working on non-iPhone Apple Watch'
79 China holds drill to shut down 'harmful' websites
80 Wannacry money laundering attempt thwarted
81 Russian jailed for hijacking thousands of PCs
82 Facebook promises new fake news measures
83 Glitches with key free childcare website probed
84 Deception tech helps to thwart hackers' attacks
85 Ransomware 'here to stay,' warns Google study
86 Uniqlo shirts at push of a button in airport vending
87 Uniqlo shirts at push of a button in airport vending
88 Amazon and Alibaba battle it out in Asia
89 Better drugs, faster: The potential of AI-powered humans
90 Will you need a driving licence in the age of self-driving cars?
91 Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg: 'Pay women well'
92 Children consuming online time 'like junk food'
93 Shy holiday Britons 'point at menus' to avoid foreign words
94 UK universities need urgent Brexit 'clarity' from ministers
95 Family judge 'ashamed' by support for suicidal girl
96 Poorest pupils 'two years behind when they sit GCSEs'
97 Students paying '1,000 pounds an hour' for tuition
98 Teach pupils about breastfeeding, say Royal College doctors
99 Playing brain games 'of little benefit,' say experts
100 'Teach pupils to avoid gangs'--children's commissioner
101 How Canada became an education superpower
102 Essex nursery 'closes because of universal free hours scheme'
103 Regret 'improves children's decision-making'
104 Bed found for suicidal girl after judge's criticism
105 First hints Parkinson's can be stopped
106 Men's sexist attitudes 'shaped by first exposure to pornography'
107 All Hampshire schools to offer Men ACWY meningitis vaccine
108 South East Coast Ambulance Service report shows bullying culture
109 Ian Paterson: Disgraced breast surgeon has sentence increased
110 Prep: HIV 'game-changer' to reach NHS in England from September
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