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1 Performance-based pay linked to employee mental health problems, study shows
2 Research finds social support helps students overcome 'task overload'
3 Calling time on 'statistical significance' in science research
4 Asian-Americans do better at university, but face barriers in the workplace
5 'First large-scale study' illuminates artist diversity in US museums
6 Some US Muslims identify less as Americans due to negative media coverage
7 Growing international collaboration not yet enough to halt decline in Japan's research output
8 'Cash for Clunkers' rebates were too high to prompt car upgrades, study discovers
9 Archaeologist debunks alien influence, other conspiracy theories in archaeology
10 New Cretaceous fossil sheds light on avian reproduction
11 Project adds 11,400 intra-American journeys to Slave Voyages database
12 Homeless on campus? New social work study examines student homelessness
13 Media coverage of the New Zealand mosque shooting needs scrutiny, Northeastern professor says
14 Values influence where we spend our time and money
15 Mathematicians reveal secret to human sperm's swimming prowess
16 Chicago's Large Lot Program sowing change in inner-city communities
17 Emotionally attuned managers are better at judging workgroup effectiveness: study
18 First Anatolian farmers were local hunter-gatherers that adopted agriculture
19 Why we need a modern origin story today
20 Does most of your paycheck go to rent? That may be hurting your health
21 Want to increase staff loyalty? You'll need to be seen as important, new research suggests
22 Low-quality work influences what young people want out of a job
23 Scholar probes secrets of sacred North Korean mountains
24 Urban landscapes associated with reported life satisfaction and inequalities in life satisfaction at the city level
25 We need a new definition of pornography--with consent at the centre
26 Rise of drones necessitates revision of laws of war
27 Researchers suggest tight oil prices might be based on futures contracts instead of day-to-day price fluctuations
28 Abel Prize for maths awarded to woman for first time
29 Foreign retaliation to U.S. tariffs disproportionately affects Republican-leaning counties, report finds
30 Computer science college seniors in U.S. outperform peers in China, India and Russia, new research says
31 Physicist Marcelo Gleiser: 'Science does not kill God'
32 Paris ties Singapore, Hong Kong as world's priciest cities
33 Giant squid gets makeover before showtime
34 Binge-watching political dramas with female characters could get you hooked on politics
35 Bait crisis could take the steam out of lobster this summer
36 Stranded baby elephants rescued by Thai rangers
37 Sheep nibble Madrid's largest park into shape
38 Science Says: Why scientists prize plant, animal genomes
39 Sweeping census provides new population estimate for western chimpanzees
40 New study models the proposed reintroduction of the Eurasian lynx to Scotland
41 Origin of Scandinavian wolves clarified
42 Expert discusses alternatives to pesticides
43 Keeping plants nourished: The workings of a photosynthesis backup system
44 Scientists trial drones to protect coffee plants from devastating fungal disease
45 Researcher studies new camera-in-a-capsule method of examining a horse's gut
46 Expert explains key role of frogs in healthy ecosystems
47 Vietnam seizes 9 tons of suspected ivory from Congo
48 Tasmanian devils prove quick adaptors in bid for survival
49 Rare Sumatran tiger cubs make public debut at Sydney zoo
50 New model predicts substantial reduction of malaria transmitting mosquitoes
51 Study identifies a key to soybean cyst nematode growth
52 New tool uses RNA sequencing to chart rich maps of cellular and tissue function
53 Doggy diagnosis can sniff out seizures: study
54 New England seeing a huge spike in beached sea turtles
55 Government-funded study says red wolves are distinct species
56 Action demanded after 1,100 dead dolphins wash up in France
57 Taxpayers are asked to support falcons, fight pigeon poop
58 Meet the mini frogs of Madagascar--the new species we've discovered
59 How single women are driving gentrification in Hong Kong and elsewhere
60 Principle behind Google's April Fools' pigeon prank proves more than a joke
61 The regeneration of a cell depends on where it is positioned
62 Could dogs be the source of a new flu?
63 Study finds nearly a third of cat owners use food puzzles
64 What is a waterless barrier and how could it slow cane toads?
65 Glyphosate under fire from San Francisco to Sri Lanka
66 Monsanto ordered to pay $80 million in Roundup cancer trial
67 Offspring of older mothers are more responsive to aging interventions, study finds
68 New bird species discovered
69 Mount Kilimanjaro: Ecosystems in global change
70 Interest in RNA editing heats up
71 Insect species that prefer crops prosper while majority decline
72 The life and death of a 'city of worms'
73 Critically endangered birds still alive on King Island
74 After spending winter in a fridge, Minsk bats return to the wild
75 Coffee for the birds
76 How light from street lamps and trees influence the activity of urban bats
77 Microorganisms are the main emitters of carbon in Amazonian waters
78 Indonesia foils illegal Facebook sale of komodo dragons
79 Why the feds should protect Midwest wolves from slaughter
80 Record-breaking gene edit disables 13,200 LINE-1 Transposons in a single cell
81 Banning exotic leather in fashion hurts snakes and crocodiles in the long run
82 Astronaut trainees discover new crustacean species in cave training course
83 Rice cultivation: Balance of phosphorus and nitrogen determines growth and yield
84 How nerve cells control misfolded proteins
85 Urban biodiversity to lower chronic disease
86 Male crickets use female scent to rate fertility prospects
87 Researchers study corvid speciation in restricted zone where crow hybrids thrive
88 BridgIT, a new tool for orphan and novel enzyme reactions
89 Duckweed: The low-down on a tiny plant
90 Jury begins deliberations in Roundup trial phase 2
91 New report identifies how to supercharge agriculture science in the US
92 US zoo to return beloved giant pandas to China
93 Colder temperatures foster greater microbial diversity on amphibian skin
94 Future of elephants living in captivity hangs in the balance
95 Genetic tagging may help conserve the world's wildlife
96 Not all carrot germplasm is the same--in terms of salinity tolerance
97 The tremendous supply of apple cultivars in Wyoming
98 Venus flytrap 'teeth' form a 'horrid prison' for medium-sized prey
99 New tool maps a key food source for grizzly bears: huckleberries
100 Infertility's roots in DNA packaging
101 Researchers unlock the biomechanics of how the Ebola virus attaches to its host cell
102 Stranded dolphins have amyloid plaques in their brains
103 The sense of water--and nitrogen: Studies uncover genome-wide responses that limit crop growth
104 Widespread losses of pollinating insects in Britain
105 Probiotic bacteria evolve inside mice's GI tracts
106 'Scuba-diving' lizard can stay underwater for 16 minutes
107 Why endangered species matter
108 Deciphering the walnut genome
109 Bringing endangered species back from the brink
110 Seeds inherit memories from their mother
111 Bivalves reveal big picture of climate change
112 The growth of a wheat weed can be predicted to reduce the use of herbicides