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1 Semi-arid land in China has expanded in recent decades and probably continues to expand
2 Nanobowl arrays endow perovskite solar cells with iridescent colors
3 Research shows that drinking Matcha tea can reduce anxiety
4 Cultural drive breeds war in new evolutionary theory
5 Treatment target pinpointed for liver cancer in teens and young adults
6 New imaging method aids in water decontamination
7 BU finds police shooting racial disparities reflect segregation
8 Life is tough but so are worms--thanks to mom
9 UBC scientists find high mutation rates within huge, old-growth trees
10 Does genetic testing pose psychosocial risks?
11 How do older adults fare after hip fracture?
12 Tracing the roots: Mapping a vegetable family tree for better food
13 Ridehailing services may be driving up traffic deaths
14 Breaching a 'carbon threshold' could lead to mass extinction
15 UTA researchers identify genetic pathway that could enhance survival of coral
16 Sneaky mating may be in female damselfies' interest
17 Portland State study shows ways to reduce extreme heat in city neighborhoods
18 Research yields new clues to the origin of Tamu Massif
19 First hi-res images of active CRISPR enzyme will help improve genome editing
20 NASA satellites find biggest seaweed bloom in the world
21 Too much screen time for the kids? Grandparents may also be complicit
22 Nutritional supplements and diets not always protective, WVU research suggests
23 'Liquid forensics' could lead to safer drinking water
24 Uranium toxicity may be causing high rates of obesity and diabetes in Kuwait
25 Scientists' warning to humanity: Microbiology and climate change
26 Highway medians are a source of food for wildlife, study shows
27 Scientists develop new method for studying early life in ancient rocks
28 UCI team pioneers cancer treatment that targets bone metastases while sparing bone
29 Want to boost creativity? Try playing Minecraft
30 Study: Some stereotypes seem to be universally applied to biracial groups in the US
31 Blood test may predict risk of recurrence for breast cancer patients
32 GW pilot study finds collagen to be effective in wound closure
33 Ancient Saharan seaway shows how Earth's climate and creatures can undergo extreme change
34 X-rays reveal monolayer phase in organic semiconductor
35 Researchers: Eggshells can help grow, heal bones
36 Looking at how the brain reacts to boredom could help people cope
37 Natural antioxidant helps improve immune-based therapies by modulating T-cells
38 Knowing BRCA status associated with better breast cancer outcomes even without surgery
39 Structure of brain networks is not fixed, study finds
40 Jurassic shift: Changing the rules of evolution
41 Dual-polarization radars for forecasting heavy rainfall in China: Research and development
42 Journal of Dental Research Centennial July 2019: Fluoride Revolution and Dental Caries
43 New method may resolve difficulty in measuring universe's expansion
44 WHO mental health guidelines could better capture 'lived experience'
45 New model forecasts anomalous growth patterns for substitutive products and behaviors
46 Key early steps for origin of life occur under a variety of conditions
47 Indications why older people are more susceptible to Alzheimer's disease
48 Combining antibiotics, researchers deliver one-two punch against ubiquitous bacterium
49 First proof-of-concept demonstrates genetic sex selection in mammals
50 Screen size matters: Consumers less attentive to news content on small screens
51 IOF review of impact of drug holidays on bone health
52 Pairing 'glue' for electrons in iron-based high-temp superconductors studied
53 Thought experiment: Switzerland without fossil fuels. Can that succeed?
54 Exploiting green tides thanks to a marine bacterium
55 New anticancer agents may better control tumor growth in nearly every cancer type
56 Optimizing the growth of coatings on nanowire catalysts
57 Cancer cells will become vulnerable
58 On the way to nanotheranostics
59 Moffitt researchers identify effective drug combination against uveal melanoma
60 Surprising NYC ridesharing study findings have implications for policymakers
61 No escape for mosquitoes
62 New technique allows real-time microscopy at high heat and loading
63 One-molecule-thick coating to help improve disease and drug testing
64 Cave droplets provide window into past climates
65 BU researchers: Allowing the sale of buprenorphine without a prescription could save lives
66 Playfully discover atom manipulation
67 The UC3M programs a humanoid robot to communicate in sign language
68 Ancient molar points to interbreeding between archaic humans and Homo sapiens in Asia
69 Heat transport can be blocked more effectively with a more optimized holey nanostructure
70 Study finds psychiatric diagnosis to be 'scientifically meaningless'
71 Istanbul: Seafloor study proves earthquake risk for the first time
72 Supercomputer shows 'Chameleon Theory' could change how we think about gravity
73 Evolutionary coupling analysis identifies the impact of disease-associated variants
74 Immunotherapy could work against bowel cancers resistant to important targeted treatment
75 Research team deciphers enzymatic degradation of sugar from marine alga
76 UK researchers develop ultrafast semiconductors
77 Left out to dry: A more efficient way to harvest algae biomass
78 High rates of opioid prescriptions for osteoarthritis
79 Researchers show that the composition of human skin microbiome can be modulated
80 Producing graphene from carbon dioxide
81 Massive stars grow same way as light stars, just bigger
82 Uncovering possible role of polyphosphate in dialysis-related amyloidosis
83 Fighting drug resistance with fast, artificial enhancement of natural products
84 Genomic 'map' reveals not all fat is equal
85 Development of 3D particle model for single particles in battery electrodes
86 Quantum chemistry on quantum computers
87 The parallel ecomorph evolution of scorpionflies: The evidence is in the DNA
88 Using an embryonic pause to save the date
89 A common gut virus that maps our travels
90 UBC scientists capture images of gene-editing enzymes in action
91 Fish die-offs linked to hotter summers
92 Global survey shows crAssphage gut virus in the world's sewage
93 Human waste an asset to economy, environment, study finds
94 Prediction tool from Kaiser Permanente researchers may identify patients at risk for HIV
95 Hormone therapy for prostate cancer may raise risk of Alzheimer's, dementia
96 Cannabis dosage studied to reduce seizures in children with severe epilepsy
97 New review highlights evidence on how to increase physical activity in everyday life
98 Killing the seeds of cancer: A new finding shows potential in destroying cancer stem cells
99 Autistic adults experience high rates of negative life events
100 Climate change and deforestation together push tropical species towards extinction
101 Live fast and die young, or play the long game? Scientists map 121 animal life cycles
102 Novel method identifies patients at risk for HIV who may benefit from PrEP strategies
103 Study: Poor women are more hopeful than poor men
104 A new rare metals alloy can change shape in the magnetic field
105 Investigating the role of the nasal flora & viral infection on acquisition of Pneumococcus
106 CNIO researchers discover that the rate of telomere shortening predicts species lifespan
107 Patients with an 'empathic' GP at reduced risk of early death
108 Bacteria associated with hospital infections are found in raw meat
109 Most powerful and mildest reagents obtained based on eco-friendly iodine
110 Sedentary time increases after retirement--especially in women