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1 No need to dig too deep to find gold!
2 Voltage induced 'Super-fluid like' penetration effects in Liquid metals at room temperature
3 Hydrogen alarm for remote hydrogen leak detection
4 Egg trading between hermaphroditic fish: Why would you give when you can just take?
5 Getting to the heart of epinephrine use in pediatric cardiac arrest patients
6 Heart-function protein may help muscular dystrophy patients live longer
7 Solving complex problems at the speed of light
8 Getting to the heart of epinephrine use in pediatric cardiac arrest patients
9 Heart-function protein may help muscular dystrophy patients live longer
10 Solving complex problems at the speed of light
11 New small molecule to treat Alzheimer's disease and Dravet syndrome
12 Ben-Gurion University researchers develop new realtime soil nitrate sensor
13 Impaired driving--even once the high wears off
14 Opening up DNA to delete disease
15 Study examines attitudes toward transgender athletes
16 Gut bacteria could guard against Parkinson's, study finds
17 New discovery on the activity and function of MAIT cells during acute HIV infection
18 A simple twist of cell fate
19 Clothes last longer and shed fewer microfibers in quicker, cooler washing cycles
20 New study finds evidence for reduced brain connections in schizophrenia
21 Slow light to speed up LiDAR sensors development
22 Only 1 in 4 Medicare patients participate in cardiac rehabilitation
23 Healthier school meals are evidence of the success of the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act
24 How to make it easier to turn plant waste into biofuels
25 'Cold Neptune' and two temperate super-Earths found orbiting nearby stars
26 Cat parasite reduces general anxiety in infected mice, not just fear of feline predators
27 What we're learning about the reproductive microbiome
28 Elevated leukemia incidence is found in World Trade Center rescue and recovery workers
29 Study finds persistent gender gap in medical paper publication
30 New research finds ranchers consider diverse factors in managing their land
31 Flame retardants and pesticides overtake heavy metals as biggest contributors to IQ loss
32 Surprising beauty found in bacterial cultures
33 Coalition 'gambles' on making Austria carbon neutral by 2040
34 Early modern humans cooked starchy food in South Africa, 170,000 years ago
35 Innovation is widespread in rural areas, not just cities
36 Math test score gap between white and non-white students in Brazil due to complex factors
37 Canadian CEOs make 200 times more than average worker: study
38 Border walls could have unintended consequences on trade, study finds
39 Forget fast cars and shiny Rolexes: Rch people used to show off their wealth with pineapples and celery
40 Indigenous song keepers reveal traditional ecological knowledge in music
41 Everyone wants meaning in their work--but how do you define it?
42 Why more couples are choosing to live apart
43 How the extinction of Ice Age mammals may have forced humans to invent civilization
44 Research offers new way to assess an organization's public relations
45 Study: US presidents play surprising role in driving corporate social responsibility
46 Tests begin on bones that may be Revolutionary War soldiers
47 Over-hunting walruses contributed to the collapse of Norse Greenland, study suggests
48 Task force: Changes needed to increase African American physics and astronomy students
49 Top UK bosses earn annual average wage in days: research
50 Communities can combat racism, hate and extremism with education
51 Hermit crabs' lesson on wealth inequality
52 Oldest known city view of Venice discovered
53 How to write better pet adoption ads
54 Dressing up racism as a compliment just doesn't add up
55 Ancient wine measuring table unearthed in Jerusalem
56 Maximizing bike-share ridership: New research says it's all about location
57 Tools to reverse implicit negative prejudice in children
58 Rape-kit testing shows that rapists also commit other serious, invasive crimes, according to new research
59 Can gun violence be traced back to socioeconomic root causes?
60 Servant leadership is good for business--and women are better at it
61 Treat nonviolent drug offenses as public health issue, paper recommends
62 Australia: A proper disaster plan is worth paying for
63 The conservation of cultural heritage in the face of climate catastrophe
64 Why the future of farming is female
65 Early humans revealed to have engineered optimized stone tools at Olduvai Gorge
66 Phones are making people more, not less, social, researcher says
67 New version of fossil-recognition app now includes Cretaceous period
68 Researchers create model of collaborative problem solving
69 Keeping adolescent girls safe from violence
70 Viking runestone linked to fears of climate change: study
71 Unemployment pushes more men to take on female-dominated jobs
72 New clues to help explain how a 2,600-year-old brain survived to modern times
73 The religious battle over birth control and the unpleasant motivation that fueled it
74 Does restorative justice help or harm victims?
75 If trees could talk: Using historic log structures to map migration of Europeans, Native Americans
76 100 million years in amber: Researchers discover oldest fossilized slime mold
77 Report builds framework for 'digital political ethics' in 2020
78 New mathematical model shows how diversity speeds consensus
79 Findings on education, malnutrition 'deeply disturbing'
80 How universities may help bridge social divide between international, domestic students
81 Highlighting women's achievements makes them want to be the boss, research shows
82 People view rationality and reasonableness as distinct principles of judgment
83 New research shows live chats can increase sales by nearly 16%
84 Pretrial publicity hinders prosecutors' ability to prove guilt
85 'She' goes missing from presidential language
86 Affirmative action policies increased minority enrollment at Brazilian universities
87 Too pretty for construction? Uncovering gender bias in hiring for 'masculine' jobs
88 Homelessness an issue for one in three prisoners
89 From as young as 4, children see males as more powerful than females
90 New study of rural India highlights the role of the mother-in-law in restricting women's social networks
91 Model shows Welsh language in no danger of extinction but te reo Maori is on its way out
92 How successful are retailer-themed super saver events?
93 A conversation could be the answer to successful rehabilitation of prisoners
94 Mathematicians put famous Battle of Britain 'what if' scenarios to the test
95 Product distribution restraints are not equal, research shows
96 Study puts the 'Carib' in 'Caribbean,' boosting credibility of Columbus' cannibal claims
97 Strength from perpetual grief: How Aboriginal people experience the bushfire crisis
98 Anthropologist digitizes a changing culture from half a world away
99 The immortal--and false--myth of the workplace Queen Bee
100 Can financial incentives equalize access to India's healthcare?
101 Dating of volcanic ash at Sangiran shows Homo erectus arrived later than thought
102 Research finds slave trade's effect on firm ownership persists today
103 Scientists find oldest-known fossilized digestive tract at 550 million years old
104 Always counterclockwise: Puzzle of early Neolithic house orientations finally solved
105 Gold bar found in Mexico was Aztec treasure: study
106 Collective leadership groups maintain cohesion and act decisively
107 A life of long weekends is alluring, but the shorter working day may be more practical
108 You're probably more susceptible to misinformation than you think
109 How police surveillance technologies act as tools of white supremacy
110 The value of occupational licensing dims in the online world