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1 Australia WWII ship sunk by Japanese submarine found
2 You look but do not find: why the absence of evidence can be a useful thing
3 Strongly agree: The number of response options matter when using a Likert Scale
4 Shakespeare: research blows away stereotypes and reveals teenagers actually love the Bard
5 What washing machines can teach us about the cost of tariffs
6 Want to keep CEO pay down? Perhaps don't use a compensation consultant
7 Scientists create international database of women scientists
8 Even light rain increases your risk of a deadly car crash
9 Policies valuing cultural diversity improve minority students' sense of belonging
10 Egypt: Archaeologists uncover ancient tomb with mummies
11 Evidence found of early hunter-gatherer eating an entire venomous snake
12 Young workers suffer longer from recessions
13 What happens now we've found the site of the lost Australian freighter SS Iron Crown, sunk in WWII
14 Study shows British and Japanese people have very similar touching rules
15 Big money goes around the world
16 We're all influenced by people in our networks--how to make this a force for good
17 A Neanderthal tooth discovered in Serbia reveals human migration history
18 Digital cathedrals: bringing Notre-Dame de Paris back to life
19 Corruption contagion: How legal and finance firms are at greater risk of corruption
20 Meet Callichimaera perplexa, the platypus of crabs
21 Human settlements in Amazonia much older than previously thought
22 Modern analysis of ancient hearths reveals Neanderthal settlement patterns
23 Reviving Brazil's indigenous languages
24 Older job applicants up to three times less likely to be selected for interview than younger ones, study finds
25 Households where the woman is the sole earner are significantly poorer, says research
26 Working class 'always less likely to get into acting and film making,' says research
27 Holy Pleistocene Batman, the answer's in the cave
28 Bosses who put their followers first can boost their business
29 Schadenfreude: Your pain is my gain
30 Study suggests Sino-Tibetan language family originated in present-day northern China
31 GOP's 2017 tax plan came down hardest on California, researchers say
32 Housing costs dampen residents' satisfaction with life in Los Angeles
33 Online retailer tactics and impulse buying: Consumers welcome tools to avoid it
34 Gestures and visual animations reveal cognitive origins of linguistic meaning
35 'The Big Bang Theory' takes math notes from Carl Pomerance
36 Research calls for analysis of corporate ethics in the global sports industry
37 Tech fixes can't protect us from disinformation campaigns
38 Inequality gap grew before the Great Recession and after, study finds
39 Urging party supporters to sign up for postal votes is ineffective
40 UMBC program to support diverse students in STEM successfully replicated at PSU, UNC
41 Creativity is not just for the young, study finds
42 School choice does not achieve social mix across schools
43 New report explores barriers to employment for refugees and 'asylum migrants'
44 Lost graves identified by new archaeology methods
45 Variety is the spice of life, but mostly later in the day
46 Lessons from the Winnipeg general strike of 1919 have much to teach us about our future
47 Let's get real with college athletes about their chances of going pro
48 How UK journalists compare with their German counterparts--new research
49 Egyptologist in Canada presents theory of two queen rule before Tutankhamun
50 The dead may outnumber the living on Facebook within 50 years
51 Tuscan paradise where da Vinci's genius bloomed
52 Footprint found in Chile is 'oldest' in Americas: scientists
53 An ecological tale of two scavengers
54 One million species risk extinction due to humans: draft UN report
55 New dispersion method to effectively kill biofilm bacteria could improve wound care
56 Study: Why unique finches keep their heads of many colors
57 Simple sea anemones not so simple after all
58 Endangered rays may have unknown birthing zone in Mexican waters
59 Meet B. fragilis, a bacterium that moves into your gut and evolves to make itself at home
60 New study compiles Gulf of Maine seasonal wildlife timing shifts
61 New diagnostic tool developed for global menace Xylella fastidiosa increases specificity
62 The buzz about bumble bees isn't good
63 Zoologists discover two new bird species in Indonesia
64 Can we solve the riddle of the coral reef halos?
65 Chinese-UK project reveals ancient secrets of medicinal mint
66 DNA gives insight into prehistoric bonds between dogs and humans
67 In order to recognize spatial structures, bat echolocation uses similar cues as our sense of sight
68 Targeting how fungi 'taste' wheat could be key to control
69 Researchers reveal how bacteria can adapt to resist treatment by antibiotics
70 Bacteria reveal strong individuality when navigating a maze
71 New chemical tool to block endocytosis in plants identified
72 Field trial with neonicotinoids: Honeybees are much more robust than bumblebees
73 Plant signals trigger remarkable bacterial transformation
74 Female warblers live longer when they have help raising offspring
75 Antarctica: the final frontier for marine biological invasions?
76 Classroom crowdscience: UC students challenged to detect schizophrenia genes
77 New perennial brome-grass from Iberian Peninsula named after Picos de Europa National Park
78 Migrating bats use the setting sun
79 Crabs, lobsters and shrimp now have a family tree dating 500 million years
80 Tomato, tomat-oh!--understanding evolution to reduce pesticide use
81 Veritable powerhouses--even without DNA
82 Immense Pacific coral reef survey shows green sea turtle populations increasing
83 With flower preferences, bees have a big gap between the sexes
84 What the vibrant pigments of bird feathers can teach us about how evolution works
85 Freshwater fish species richness has increased in Ohio River Basin since '60s
86 'Catastrophic' breeding failure at one of world's largest emperor penguin colonies
87 Research sheds light on genomic features that make plants good candidates for domestication
88 A new way to 'freeze' cells promises to transform the common cell-freezing practice
89 Cat problem can only be solved by owners
90 Turtle study shows gender lifespan differences likely due to aggressive tendencies
91 Long live Nemo! New animal model in aging research?
92 Reindeer adapt to climate change by eating seaweed
93 New key stages discovered in how plants prepare to make sex cells for reproduction
94 Study reveals massive ecological and economic impacts of woody weed invasion in Ethiopia
95 Sex and diet affect protein machineries
96 What makes mosquitoes avoid DEET? An answer in their legs
97 Pole-to-pole study of ocean life identifies nearly 200,000 marine viruses
98 Songbird-body changes that allow migration may have human health implications
99 Human activity can influence the gut microbiota of Darwin's finches in the Galapagos
100 Here we go again: Earth's major 'mass extinctions'
101 Bringing information into the cell
102 Natural landscapes? Scientists call for a paradigm shift in restoration projects
103 Study: Americans' beliefs about wildlife management are changing
104 Scientists unlock new role for nervous system in regeneration
105 Bacteria uses viral weapon against other bacteria
106 Hundreds of dead dolphins wash up on French coast
107 High school students publish paper with RIT scientists analyzing rare bacterium
108 Preventing collapse after catastrophe
109 Maximizing conservation benefits
110 Designing ocean ecological systems in the lab
111 Turtle Power: near extinct terrapins make Cambodian comeback
112 Lobstering gear could be reduced, changed to save whales