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1 Scientists took another step towards creating an HIV vaccine
2 Targeting gene mutations to treat ovarian cancers
3 Lasers write better anodes
4 ASU research finds silicon-based, tandem photovoltaic modules can compete in solar market
5 Carbon 'leak' may have warmed the planet for 11,000 years, encouraging human civilization
6 Nano-optic endoscope sees deep into tissue at high resolution
7 Inflammation inhibitor delivered directly to kidneys reverses course of destructive nephritis
8 An increase in Southern Ocean upwelling may explain the Holocene CO2 rise
9 UH researchers report new understanding of deep earthquakes
10 Ever-increasing CO2 levels could take us back to the tropical climate of Paleogene period
11 Cannabinoid improves survival rates of mice with pancreatic cancer
12 In a Weyl thermopile
13 New approach to terpene syntheses
14 Why bariatric surgery wait times have nearly doubled in 10 years
15 Do bacteria ever go extinct? New research says yes, bigtime
16 Looking inside the lithium battery's black box
17 Brexit will be very bad for the NHS, survey of UK doctors reveals
18 Parental depression linked to kids' increased use of health services
19 Nanoparticle vaccine made with peptides effective against influenza virus, study finds
20 New process in root development discovered
21 Research solves a 160-year-old mystery about the origin of skeletons
22 Cannabidiol prevents nausea in rats
23 Alzheimer's risk gene impairs development of new neurons in mice
24 Why BACE inhibitors may be failing Alzheimer's trials
25 Blue crystals in meteorites show that our sun went through the 'terrible twos'
26 The heritability of anxiety
27 What keeps the brain awake
28 How time affects learning
29 Australia facing increased intense rain storms
30 Many young people don't know when female and male fertility declines, study finds
31 Homo sapiens developed a new ecological niche that separated it from other hominins
32 Lack of a single molecule may indicate severe and treatment-resistant depression
33 Depression linked to low blood levels of acetyl-L-carnitine
34 Allergy clinic finds large percentage of anaphylaxis cases from tick bite meat allergy
35 Being overweight may change young adults' heart structure, function
36 Scientists discover a dynamic cellular defense against breast cancer invasion
37 Poll: Older adults support opioid Rx limits, need better counseling on use & disposal
38 Experimental drug reverses hair loss and skin damage linked to fatty diet, shows new study in mice
39 Researchers in China link dangerous foodborne pathogen to centipedes
40 Natural habitat can help farmers control pests, but not always a win-win
41 Study suggests journalists must take care in reporting on suicide
42 Chinese scientists discover genomic key to plateau adaptation
43 Study: Prayer makes families connected, unified and bonded with less relational tension
44 Red-blood-cell 'hitchhikers' offer new way to transport drugs to specific targets
45 Researchers predict distribution of rat lungworm, now and into future
46 EV charging in cold temperatures could pose challenges for drivers
47 The competitive edge: Dietary competition played a key role in the evolution of early primates
48 Diabetes risk higher among LGBQ teens than heterosexual teens, study finds
49 What is causing more extreme precipitation in the northeast?
50 Implants made by computer-aided design provide good results in patients with rare chest muscle deformity
51 Patients opt for 3D simulation for breast augmentation--but it doesn't improve outcomes
52 How chronic infections can outsmart the immune system
53 Flies meet gruesome end under influence of puppeteer fungus
54 Artificial intelligence system created at UNC-Chapel Hill designs drugs from scratch
55 Do spiders have a favorite color?
56 845-page analytical report on the longevity industry in the UK released
57 Small amounts of pharmaceuticals found in north central Pa. rural well water
58 Raging fires in California creating havoc for the state
59 Blood samples used to investigate adaptive repair mechanisms of transplanted kidneys
60 Can seagrass help fight ocean acidification?
61 Distracted pedestrians walk slower and are less steady on their feet: UBC study
62 Fruit flies farm their own probiotics
63 Scientists uncover new facts concerning working memory in children
64 The tipping point: Service sector employees are more susceptible to mental health issues
65 CHOP nurse-researcher presents the Spatz 10-Step system as national model for breastfeeding
66 New research challenges common assumptions about people who use food shelves
67 Chinese researchers further develop adenine base editing system
68 New cell lines produce NIST monoclonal antibody for improved biologic drugs
69 Mapping of magnetic particles in the human brain
70 Single-cell RNA profiling
71 Next-generation photodetector camera to deploy during demo mission
72 Astronomers assemble 'light-fingerprints' to unveil mysteries of the cosmos
73 Recreational fisheries pose threat to skittish sea turtles
74 Differences in social status and politics encourage paranoid thinking
75 Acidic pH: The weakness of cancer cells
76 Energy-intensive Bitcoin transactions pose a growing environmental threat
77 Use of VA services impacted by external economic, policy changes
78 Past experiences shape what we see more than what we are looking at now
79 Engaging with interactive media may be a sequence of actions, assessments
80 Study: UVA heart failure program improves survival, reduces costs
81 Aphids manipulate their food
82 Clearer vision of the biochemical reaction that allows us to see
83 Scientists discover potential therapy for human copper metabolism disorders
84 Hate speech from women is judged harsher than that from men
85 Real-time foot-and-mouth strategy to better fight disease
86 Turning off protein could boost immunotherapy effectiveness on cancer tumors
87 Scientists discover why elusive aye-aye developed such unusual features
88 A colossal breakthrough for topological spintronics
89 River complexity maintains regional population stability
90 Heat therapy boosts mitochondrial function in muscles
91 China could face deadly heat waves due to climate change
92 Dental plaque is no match for catalytic nanoparticles
93 Just two weeks' inactivity can trigger diabetic symptoms in vulnerable patients: Research
94 Survey of Sexual Medicine Society members reveals only half ask for patients' sexual orientation
95 Predatory sea corals team up to feed on stinging jellyfish
96 Predicting heart attack, stroke risk just got easier
97 Eat high-fiber foods to reduce effects of stress on gut and behavior
98 Research into cell-to-cell signalling mechanism may lead to new cancer treatments
99 Optical fibers that can 'feel' the materials around them
100 Case study: Child's lobectomy reveals brain's ability to reorganize its visual system
101 Heatwave deaths will rise steadily by 2080 as globe warms up
102 Research suggests coffee consumption associated with reduced risk of death
103 Animal taxonomy: Outwardly identical, yet distinct
104 In the tiniest animals, genomic analysis reveals new species and new genus
105 Father's genes can impact motherly love
106 Urban geophone array offers new look at northern Los Angeles basin
107 Long-term study of a boy's lobectomy offers rare glimpse of plasticity in action
108 Microbes in the Hong Kong subway system mix together by evening rush hour
109 Creating a (synthetic) song from a zebra finch's muscle
110 Exposure to high-frequency electromagnetic fields at work not associated with brain tumors
111 Soccer heading worse for women's brains than for men's
112 Methadone linked to lower death rates among convicted offenders with opioid dependence
113 Soccer heading may be riskier for female players
114 Juvenile justice practices in Europe can inform practices in the United States