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1 UH scientists investigating mysterious dark matter
2 Search for first stars uncovers 'dark matter'
3 UMass Amherst physicists contribute to dark matter detector success
4 The search for dark matter: Axions have ever fewer places to hide
5 Cosmic X-rays may provide clues to the nature of dark matter
6 Chasing dark matter with the oldest stars in the Milky Way
7 Dark energy survey publicly releases first three years of data
8 Doing without dark energy
9 Chinese satellite closes in on dark matter mystery
10 Mass extinction with prior warning
11 A little creek has a big impact on local ecology
12 Less-frequent lawn mowing may help suburban bees
13 Young southern white rhinos use four calls to communicate
14 China plans panda park that will dwarf Yellowstone
15 Study suggests dogs understand objects they smell
16 Birds are essential to the dispersion of rare wild chili pepper seeds
17 The giant wave that marks the beginning of the end--the neurobiology of dying
18 Today's elephants don't interbreed like ancient species
19 Indonesian woman mauled to death by crocodile
20 The Australian government's plan for the biocontrol of the common carp presents several risks
21 All the wild horses are extinct: study
22 Tasmanian tiger just another marsupial in the pouch
23 Indonesians arrested for shooting an orangutan some 130 times
24 Borneo orangutans dying off as forests are lost: study
25 Cells and their genes continue to function after death, study proves
26 AI computer vision breakthrough IDs poachers in less than half a second
27 Praying mantises have a unique way of seeing in 3D
28 Cheetahs' inner ear is one-of-a-kind, vital to high-speed hunting
29 Global takeover by Argentine ants fueled by chemical weapons
30 Bacteria under your feet
31 Facebook top choice for Philippines wildlife traders: monitor
32 Why don't turtles still have tail spikes?
33 Expert unlocks mechanics of how snakes move in a straight line
34 Nomadic population of swift parrots at risk of extinction, research shows
35 Albania losing its eagle to rampant poaching
36 Study: Golden-crowned manakins are 'exceedingly rare' hybrid
37 Norway court orders slaughter of reindeer
38 Oh, how cute: Tokyo crowds flock to see baby panda on first day
39 Automated sea vehicles for monitoring the oceans
40 Self-driving robots collect water samples to create snapshots of ocean microbes
41 WSU researchers build alien ocean to test NASA outer space submarine
42 PALS Turns to Marine Organisms to Help Monitor Strategic Waters
43 ACTUV "Sea Hunter" Prototype Transitions to Office of Naval Research for Further Development
44 New climate model developed by Russian and German scientists
45 Cilmatologists render drought predictions that help avert famine
46 Warming could threaten half of species in 33 key areas: report
47 Climate protest prompts partial evacuation at Louvre
48 Desertification and monsoon climate change linked to shifts in ice volume and sea level
49 Trump hopefully will change his mind about climate: Bloomberg
50 Health savings outweigh costs of limiting global warming: study
51 New understanding of ocean turbulence could improve climate models
52 Even without the clean power plan, US can achieve Paris Agreement emissions reductions
53 Research identifies 'evolutionary rescue' areas for animals threatened by climate change
54 Extreme weather to rise even if Paris goals are met: study
55 Climate variability--past and future
56 Most of last 11,000 years cooler than past decade in North America, Europe
57 NETs will not compensate for inadequate climate change mitigation efforts: EASAC report
58 Latin Americans more concerned about climate change than US, Canada
59 Dimming the Sun to cool Earth could ravage wildlife: study
60 Long-Term Warming Trend Continued in 2017: NASA, NOAA
61 Release of ancient methane due to changing climate kept in check by ocean waters
62 Colorado's governor sees climate efforts as an economic engine
63 Trump says US could 'conceivably' return to Paris climate deal
64 Macron calls for Europe-China alliance on climate, Silk Road
65 New York unveils new climate initiatives for 2018
66 Curbing climate change
67 Quarter of land will be drier under 2íC warming: study
68 As cold wave sweeps N. America, Trump makes light of climate change
69 El Nino can affect up to two-thirds of the world's harvests
70 Scientists to publish first-ever land health report
71 Absence of ants suggests first Saharan farming 10,000 years ago
72 Algorithm could streamline harvesting of hand-picked crops
73 Ag robot speeds data collection, analyses of crops as they grow
74 Scientists engineer crops to conserve water, resist drought
75 Genetic tweak makes plants use 25% less water
76 Soil cannot halt climate change
77 Cuban cigars: a treasure from Havana to Beijing
78 EU food agency says three pesticides harm bees as ban calls grow
79 New approach to improve nitrogen use, enhance yield, and promote flowering in rice
80 Land use change has warmed the Earth's surface
81 Pesticide traces in three-quarters of French fruit: report
82 Giant London glasshouse to reopen with world's rarest plants
83 App delivery boom shakes up China food sector
84 Bordeaux's 'magnificent' lost vintage pushes small growers to the edge
85 Amazon unveils grocery delivery via Whole Foods chain
86 Sweet route to greater yields
87 Nigeria grapples with mob justice in farmer-herder clashes
88 UTIA research examines long-term economic impact of cover crops
89 New Year canines stashed away in Muslim Malaysia
90 Dairy sector trembles at EU powdered milk mountain
91 Ancient rice heralds a new future for rice production
92 New 'Buck' naked barley: Food, feed, brew
93 'World's ugliest pig' spotted in Indonesia
94 Wearable sensors for plants enable measurements of water use in crops
95 Warming to force winemakers, growers to plant different varieties
96 Natural therapy: Hong Kong's mountain warriors
97 Speed breeding technique sows seeds of new green revolution
98 Relativity Space raises 35M in Series B funding
99 New laws unlock exciting space era for UK
100 Marsquakes could shake up planetary science
101 Instruments for next NASA mission to Mars being tested under Germany's Black Forest
102 NASA accepting applications for mission control leaders
103 University student projects launch from NASA Wallops
104 Opportunity making extensive study of rock target Aguas Calientes
105 New study shows what interstellar visitor Oumuamua can teach us
106 Jupiter's turmoil more than skin deep: researchers
107 You are entering the Jovian Twilight Zone
108 Europa and Other Planetary Bodies May Have Extremely Low-Density Surfaces
109 Automated sea vehicles for monitoring the oceans
110 Indra Expands with Four New Stations the Ground Segment Managing Galileo Satellites
111 Indian space agency postpones second Moon mission to October
112 India to Experiment with Igloo-like Structures on the Moon--Minister
113 New AI mapping algorithm discovers 6,000 new craters on the Moon
114 A star disturbed the comets of the solar system in prehistory
115 Comet Chury formed by a catastrophic collision
116 A space window to electrifying science
117 New 3-D measurements improve understanding of geomagnetic storm hazards
118 Supernova may have 'burped' before exploding