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1 Scientists develop 'Twitter' for cells
2 Scientists image heart RNA structure for the first time
3 10 new bird taxa discovered in islands of Wallacea
4 Wildlife needs fire-damaged and dead trees after fires
5 Scientists welcome reports of wolf pack in northern Colorado, call for reintroduction to ensure recovery
6 Rotting feral pig carcasses teach scientists what happens when tons of animals die all at once
7 Pearls of wisdom
8 New function for potential tumor suppressor in brain development
9 Taking one for the team: How bacteria self-destruct to fight viral infections
10 Hummingbirds' rainbow colors come from pancake-shaped structures in their feathers
11 Scientists transform a BBQ lighter into a high-tech lab device
12 Swarms of locusts threaten food security in Kenya
13 Technique allows dolphin pregnancy exams to mirror those in humans
14 Chromatin organizes itself into 3-D 'forests' in single cells
15 Trace metals in leatherback turtle eggs may harm consumers
16 Historic German island is nursery for North Sea seals
17 Species-saving Galapagos giant tortoise Diego can take a rest
18 Plea for New Zealand to house fire-threatened koalas
19 Herpes simplex viruses: new relationships between epidemiology and history
20 Climate change unlikely to drive sugar maples north
21 High anxiety: Proposed US hemp rules worry industry
22 Predicting non-native invasions in Antarctica
23 A protein called Sestrin might be responsible for many of the benefits of a good workout
24 Blue mussels' ability to buffer climate-induced stress could benefit aquaculture
25 A new model of metabolism draws from thermodynamics and 'omics'
26 Specific insulin-like peptide regulates how beetle 'weapons' grow
27 Making real a biotechnology dream: nitrogen-fixing cereal crops
28 Research identifies possible on/off switch for plant growth
29 Inside story on cassowary evolution
30 Broadest study to date of Bornean elephants yields insight into their habitat selection
31 Device keeps human livers alive for one week outside of the body
32 Global database of all bird species shows how body shape predicts lifestyle
33 High temperatures due to global warming will be dramatic even for tardigrades
34 Directed evolution of endogenous genes opens door to rapid agronomic trait improvement
35 Fisheries management is actually working, global analysis shows
36 How do X-ray images helped reveal insects' physiological responses to gravity?
37 Cell growth: Intricate network of potential new regulatory mechanisms has been decoded
38 Study aims to prevent adverse drug reactions in dogs
39 A single gene for scent reception separates two species of orchid bees
40 Study: Humanity's footprint is squashing world's wildlife
41 Many rescue dog owners think they are imported (wrongly) into UK via Pet Travel Scheme
42 Life's clockwork: Scientist shows how molecular engines keep us ticking
43 New study reveals international movements of Atlantic tarpon, need for protection
44 New research finds ranchers consider diverse factors in managing their land
45 The advantage of changing sex in fish population recovery
46 Makeshift koala hospital scrambles to save dozens injured in bushfires
47 Scientists bolt down the defenses against ambrosia beetles
48 Sea urchins could prove to be Rhode Island's next climate-resilient crop
49 Malaria in the Amazon increases with deforestation
50 Five things to know about rats
51 Getting to know your microbiome better
52 You can leave water out for wildlife without attracting mosquitoes if you take a few precautions
53 Australia's bushfires could drive more than 700 animal species to extinction
54 Is that plant healthy? Using the waxy surface of leaves to monitor their health
55 RNA provides clues to explain longevity of ginkgo trees
56 Parasitoid wasp species discovered in the Amazon can manipulate host's behavior
57 Microorganisms fed with toxic gas to produce biofuel
58 Egg trading between hermaphroditic fish: Why would you give when you can just take?
59 Surprising beauty found in bacterial cultures
60 Scientists seek urgent action on impacts of climate change on reptiles and amphibians
61 Researchers discover new strategy in the fight against antibiotic resistance
62 Cat parasite reduces general anxiety in infected mice, not just fear of feline predators
63 A simple twist of cell fate
64 Custom-built molecules enable editing of genes previously obscured by DNA's innately protective structure
65 What we're learning about the reproductive microbiome
66 Plant genomes reveal the basis for adaptation to contrasting climates
67 New E. coli-infecting bacteriophage introduced in PHAGE
68 Scientists hope to defeat infections after discovering bacterial espionage
69 Researchers develop tool to identify molecular receptors in worms
70 Analyzing DNA in soil could be an effective way of tracking animals
71 What keeps couples together
72 Animals reduce the symmetry of their markings to improve camouflage
73 Scientists provide novel strategies for parasitic weed control
74 Researchers unlock secrets of cell division, define role for protein elevated in cancer
75 Infectious disease defenses among ancient hominid contributions to adaptation of modern humans
76 Including irregular time intervals improves animal movement studies
77 'Amazing': New embryo made of nearly extinct rhino species
78 Lame sheep adjust their behavior to cope with their condition, study finds
79 Super-fast beer fermentation from ancient Norwegian yeast
80 How zebra finches learn to sing
81 Principe's Obo snail population declined by more than 75% in the last 20 years
82 Why we don't know how many mountain gorillas live in the wild
83 Old fishing hooks are severe hazards for sharks
84 Scientists highlight effects of climate change on UK's plankton
85 TESSA: A practical tool to measure the impact of protecting biodiversity
86 Debunking the viral tales of wombat 'heroes'
87 Bushfire crisis spells trouble for Aussie insects
88 The heat is on for Australia's beloved marsupials
89 Nitrogen-fixing genes could help grow more food using fewer resources
90 Biologists make living sperm glow
91 Animals should use short, fast movements to avoid being located
92 'The blob,' food supply squeeze to blame for largest seabird die-off
93 Study: Pig virus is easily transmitted among chickens and turkeys
94 Glimpses of fatherhood found in non-pair-bonding chimps
95 Competing crabs don't fight over 'homes'
96 Terrain may help identify habitats that are resilient to the effects of climate change
97 Male songbirds can't survive on good looks alone, says a new study
98 The mysterious, legendary giant squid's genome is revealed
99 Discovery reveals how remora fishes know when to hitch a ride aboard their hosts
100 Experts say Med Sea altered by Suez Canal's invasive species
101 Tiny Seychelles island coaxes bird back from brink
102 Jumping genes threaten egg cell quality
103 How cells assemble their microtubule skeleton
104 New software to better understand conversations between cells
105 Trees struggle when forests become too small
106 New mechanisms describe how the genome regulates itself
107 Potential to adapt is revealed by evolutionary genomics
108 Worst marine heatwave on record killed one million seabirds in North Pacific Ocean
109 What should we do with the millions of animals killed by bushfires?
110 Scientists create decoy molecule that neutralizes arenaviruses
111 Blue-green algae found to produce greenhouse gas methane
112 Incubated Prometheoarchaeum syntrophicum samples may provide clues about origin of eukaryotic cells
113 Bird species are facing extinction hundreds of times faster than previously thought
114 Nanopore sequencing of African swine fever virus
115 Physicists design 'super-human' red blood cells to deliver drugs to specific targets within the body
116 Organs-on-Chips Centre opens in UK for advancements in medical research and drug development
117 Scientists uncover how an explosion of new genes explain the origin of land plants
118 Researchers decode the circuitry of neuromuscular organoids