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1 African populations crossbred with other extinct humans
2 Research finds some bacteria travel an alternate path to antibiotic resistance
3 DNA as you've never seen it before, thanks to a new nanotechnology imaging method
4 Red-neck phalarope: a migratory divide towards the Pacific Ocean and the Arabian Sea
5 Gene-editing technology to create virus-resistant cassava plant has opposite effect, researchers find
6 Cancer treatment could become more effective thanks to new algorithms which can predict millions of gene interactions
7 Bizarrely distributed and verging on extinction, this 'mystic' tree went unidentified for 17 years
8 Why the southern resident killer whales should have the same rights as people
9 Lionfish genes studied for clues to invasive prowess
10 Biological machinery of cell's 'executioner' yields secrets of its control
11 Crawling to extinction: Singapore turtle haven fights for life
12 How many species on Earth? A simple question that's hard to answer
13 Screening for genes to improve protein production in yeast
14 Latitudinal gradient of plant phylogenetic diversity explained
15 Bactericidal action of violacein revealed
16 Heatwave devastates wildlife populations in World Heritage Site
17 Cute or creepy: Why humans love some species, loathe others
18 Wax helps plants to survive in the desert
19 Is an 'insect apocalypse' happening? How would we know?
20 Researchers use a novel approach to identify a transport protein in mycobacteria
21 Major findings help understand bacteria's 'superglue'
22 New 3-D microscope visualises fast biological processes better than ever
23 Details of the history of inner Eurasia revealed by new study
24 H3N2 viruses mutate during vaccine production but new tech could fix it
25 The last chance for Madagascar's biodiversity
26 Ag census reveals first reports of kiwiberry production in the Northeast
27 Illinois governor OKs first steps on blocking Asian carp
28 Responses to environmental tragedies often make matters worse, ethicists find
29 Plant cells eat their own...membranes and oil droplets
30 An important function of non-nucleated sperm
31 For certain invasive species, catching infestation early pays off
32 How the bumble bee got its stripes
33 Are coffee farms for the birds? Yes and no
34 Beluga whale with Russian harness raises alarm in Norway
35 Parasitoid wasps may turn spiders into zombies by hacking their internal code
36 Astronauts might soon grow SPACE tomatoes
37 A daunting task begins: Reducing lobster gear to save whales
38 Pesticide exposure causes bumblebee flight to fall short
39 Breakthrough in high-yield drought-resilient chickpeas
40 Can sweet potatoes save the world?
41 Why your veterinarian may refuse to euthanise your pet
42 Why jackals thrive where humans dominate
43 Researchers design a new method to probe tissues in living organisms
44 Despite its green image, NZ has world's highest proportion of species at risk
45 European eel found to spawn across 2000 km wide region of the North Atlantic Ocean
46 New computational tool improves identification of genes of potential clinical significance
47 Bonobos and chimps equally love meat
48 Human ancestors were 'grounded,' new analysis shows
49 'Russian spy whale': the disturbing history of military marine mammals
50 Several small steps: Elephant calves caught on camera in Cambodia
51 Researchers obtain first-ever underwater ultrasound scans of wild reef manta rays
52 New DNA test stops illegal shipment of endangered eels
53 US cities host more regionally unique species than previously thought
54 Deadly box jellyfish antidote discovered using CRISPR genome editing
55 Breaking open the gates of antibiotic resistance
56 Amid genomic data explosion, scientists find proliferating errors
57 Enigmatic Beluga whale off Norway so tame people can pet it
58 Advanced detection tool to limit the spread of devastating tree pathogens
59 New three-dimensional imaging and visualization technique provides detailed views of muscle architecture
60 Scientists develop new model to describe how bacteria spread in different forms
61 Evolving alongside viruses impacts susceptibility to future infections
62 Isle Royale winter study: 13 new wolves, 20 radio-collared moose
63 Disease-causing nibbling amoeba hides by displaying proteins from host cells
64 Biologists warn of peril from biological invasions as White House proposes to halve funding
65 Warmer water linked to higher proportion of male flounder
66 Destructive plant pest thwarted by two native fungi
67 Genetic testing has a data problem. New software can help.
68 EPA says glyphosate not carcinogenic, poses environmental risks (Update)
69 'Exotic' genes may improve cotton yield and quality
70 New giant virus may help scientists better understand the emergence of complex life
71 Deciphering seed dispersal decisions of agouti rodents
72 Scientists reveal the relationship between root microbiome and nitrogen use efficiency in rice
73 Declining insects? Bring back set-aside
74 Brain, shape and fossils
75 Not so sexy salmon
76 Blue whale fossil provides evidence that baleens grew large earlier than thought
77 Curtin researchers find new critically endangered carnivorous plants
78 Top ocelot researcher calls conservation strategy 'ecological fairy tale'
79 Why abusive husbands kick dogs but angry neighbors poison them
80 As monarchs migrate northward, experts ask Iowans to keep habitat in mind
81 The hunger gaps: how flowering times affect farmland bees
82 Why do birds typically live longer than mammals?
83 Tourists and fishers key to future of rare manta nursery
84 Narwhals have endured a million years with low genetic diversity, and they're thriving
85 Forget sperm and eggs, researchers have created embryo stem cells from skin cells
86 Parasites help beetle hosts function more effectively
87 Bald eagle died of lead poisoning in Montana's Glacier Park
88 US wildlife officials propose downlisting endangered beetle
89 Hippos, the animal silicon pumps
90 Wolves more prosocial than pack dogs in touchscreen experiment
91 Peanut genome sequenced with unprecedented accuracy
92 Chemical records in teeth confirm elusive Alaska lake seals are one of a kind
93 New scat study provides clues to puzzling existence of Humboldt martens in Oregon Dunes
94 When apple trees blossom, worker bees rock
95 Vaccination may help protect bats from deadly disease
96 Study shows birds use social cues to make decisions
97 Scientists explore the evolution of animal homosexuality
98 New approach could accelerate efforts to catalogue vast numbers of cells
99 Bats evolved diverse skull shapes due to echolocation, diet
100 Spider venom is a dangerous cocktail
101 Genetic study of yams adds more evidence of the Niger River Basin serving as a cradle of agriculture
102 Mathematician's breakthrough on non-toxic pest control that doesn't harm bees
103 The quiet loss of knowledge threatens indigenous communities
104 Dealing with the absurdity of human existence in the face of converging catastrophes
105 Species conservation: some success, many failures
106 Researchers identify drugs that block CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing
107 Why can't we all get along like Namibia's pastoralists and wildlife?