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1 Male black widows piggyback on work of rivals in a desperate attempt to find a mate
2 Mayo Clinic study shows AI could enable accurate screening for atrial fibrillation
3 Music was form of resistance for women during Civil Rights Movement
4 Greening devastates the citrus industry--new research offers a solution
5 In medicine, young women continue to pay a higher price for family
6 Number of US fish stocks at sustainable levels remains near record high
7 Knowing where the center of a space is helps inform spatial awareness
8 Shining (star)light on the search for life
9 Unexpected nut eating by gorillas
10 Model predicts cognitive decline due to Alzheimer's, up to two years out
11 Genes that first enabled plants to grow leaves identified by scientists
12 New treatment option shown for heart failure fluid overload
13 A wearable device so thin and soft you won't even notice it
14 Shared E-scooters aren't always as green as other transport options
15 Nordic researchers: A quarter of the world's population at risk of developing tuberculosis
16 Flu vaccine reduces risk of dying for elderly intensive care patients
17 Manufacture of light-activated proteins
18 Hepatitis B: Unusual virus discovered in shrews
19 Finding new knowledge in history--evaluating seven decades of ex situ seed regeneration
20 An optimal route on a sub-Riemannian manifold does not make sharp turns
21 Eye imaging technology provides opportunities in biotechnology
22 Caterpillars of the peppered moth perceive color through their skin
23 Seabirds are threatened by hazardous chemicals in plastics
24 AI reveals new breast cancer types that respond differently to treatment
25 3D miniature livers lead the way to patient-specific drug discovery
26 Research reveals bittersweet truth of how bee-friendly limonoids are made
27 New research findings on dizziness of unknown cause
28 Agile untethered fully soft robots in liquid
29 New stem cell combination could help to repair damaged hearts
30 Making a case for returning airships to the skies
31 Efficient, interconnected, stable: New carbon nanotubes to grow neurons
32 Participants at HKU conference call for attention to research quality
33 Synthesizing single-crystalline hexagonal graphene quantum dots
34 Discovery of non-blooming orchid on Japanese subtropical islands
35 New research shows effectiveness of laws for protecting imperiled species, remaining gaps
36 New wood membrane provides sustainable alternative for water filtration
37 Prior Zika virus or dengue virus infection does not affect secondary infections in monkeys
38 Fearing cougars more than wolves, Yellowstone elk manage threats from both predators
39 Newly discovered Labrador fossils give clues about ancient climate
40 US and China should collaborate, not compete, to bring AI to healthcare
41 Turning water into ice in the quantum realm
42 Eleven new species of rain frogs discovered in the tropical Andes
43 Study identifies way to enhance the sustainability of manufactured soils
44 Study suggests economic growth benefits wildlife but growing human populations do not
45 Quantum entanglement in chemical reactions? Now there's a way to find out
46 When plant roots learned to follow gravity
47 Voters really want presidential candidates to talk more about science
48 Socially active 60-year-olds face lower dementia risk
49 Researchers remove the need for anti-rejection drugs in transplant recipients
50 Researchers from the IDIBELL and the University of Barcelona describe a new treatment that could cope with 2 bone diseases
51 Surgery simulators are key to assessment of trainees
52 How 'natural-killer' cells might help women avoid a deadly risk of childbirth
53 To learn how poison frogs are adapting to warmer temperatures, scientists got crafty
54 Mount Sinai researchers make immunotherapy work for treatment-resistant lymphoma
55 Machine learning helps predict if storms will cause blackouts
56 Sesame allergy is more common than previously known
57 Technique uses magnets, light to control and reconfigure soft robots
58 Frailty is a medical condition, not an inevitable result of aging
59 SUTD researchers develop a rapid, low-cost method to 3D print microfluidic devices
60 Using quantum dots and a smartphone to find killer bacteria
61 Gender bending: Baby turtles influence their own sex
62 Long-term declines in heart disease and stroke deaths are stalling, research finds
63 TV crews capture first evidence of leopard seals sharing food
64 Improving the magnetic bottle that controls fusion power on Earth
65 Targeting DNA sequencing for plant biodiversity research
66 UTA study: Urban sprawl creates food deserts
67 Missing link in algal photosynthesis found, offers opportunity to improve crop yields
68 Magnetic plasma pulses excited by UK-size swirls in the solar atmosphere
69 BU researchers use amazon reviews and AI to predict product recalls
70 Researchers take key step toward cancer treatments that leave healthy cells unharmed
71 Gut throws cells overboard when chemical insults build up
72 No racial disparities in quality-of-care for CABG outcomes for those insured by TRICARE
73 Fertilizer feast and famine
74 Young teens of color more likely to avoid peers with mental illness
75 2015 Volkswagen emissions scandal damaged other German automakers' reputations and profits
76 Researchers discover blocking key mineral uptake could prevent gonorrhea infection
77 Researchers forecast failure in disordered materials
78 Scientists can now manipulate brain cells using smartphone
79 Maya more warlike than previously thought
80 Opioid use recovery requires persistence, range of services
81 Unique electrical properties in quantum materials can be controlled using light
82 Penn Engineering's blinking eye-on-a-chip used for disease modeling and drug testing
83 Shrinking brain tumours and opening the door for targeted cancer therapies
84 Link between intimate partner homicide and firearms dealters in urban settings
85 Tel Aviv university scientists develop novel nano-vaccine for melanoma
86 Poor health increases chance of recidivism, reincarceration, says Rutgers-Cam
87 Ultrasound guidance improves first-attempt IV success in IV access in children
88 Biomarkers confirm higher incidence of thyroid cancer among World Trade Center responders
89 Rice lab produces simple fluorescent surfactants
90 Raman spectroscopy poised to make thyroid cancer diagnosis less invasive
91 Geoengineering versus a volcano
92 Study shows why a common form of immunotherapy fails, and suggests solution
93 New Zealand's biodiversity will take millions of years to recover
94 Scientists propose environmentally friendly control practices for harmful tomato disease
95 Paper trail leads to heart valve discoveries
96 Restoring forests means less fuel for wildfire and more storage for carbon
97 JHU study explains how some older brains decline before people realize it
98 Mankai duckweed plant found to offer health benefits--Ben-Gurion University research
99 In the inner depths of the ear: The shape of the cochlea is an indicator of sex
100 Rutgers-developed model for ICU pharmacists addresses common dilemma for hospitals
101 Dry feed for superfood producers
102 How wildfires trap carbon for centuries to millennia
103 Multiple genes affect risk of asthma, hay fever and eczema
104 New study aims to help protect the world's trees and forests from harmful pests and diseases
105 Pesticides deliver a one-two punch to honey bees
106 Earthquakes, hurricanes and other natural disasters obey same mathematical pattern
107 Symphony of genes
108 A new approach to the correction of artificial intelligence errors is proposed
109 High lead concentrations in amazonian wildlife
110 Paradoxical Survival: Examining the Parrondo effect across biology