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1 For neural research, wireless chip shines light on the brain
2 Motorized sensors aim to improve and speed up early-stage disease diagnosis
3 Lesbian, gay, bisexual communities more at-risk for dementia, study finds
4 Printed solid-state batteries
5 New technique seamlessly converts ammonia to green hydrogen
6 In the mysterious Blue Ring Nebula, scientists see the fate of binary stars
7 Mattress flammability standard is a lifesaver, NIST report finds
8 Immunotherapy for lung and other cancers may also be beneficial for rare skin cancer
9 Web searches for insomnia surged at height of COVID-19 stay-at-home orders
10 Parental restrictions on tech use have little lasting effect into adulthood
11 UT researchers establish proof of principle in superconductor study
12 The gut microbiota forms a molecule that can contribute to diabetes progression
13 Neurorehabilitation experts highlight breakthroughs in neurogenic pain management
14 A DNA-based nanogel for targeted chemotherapy
15 New semiconductor coating may pave way for future green fuels
16 Study finds health trade-offs for wildlife as urbanization expands
17 Pandemic has surprising impacts on public transit demand
18 A gel for dosage compensation
19 Scientists develop a magnetic switch with lower energy consumption
20 Xenophobia in Germany is declining, but old resentments are paired with new radicalism
21 Research on environmental history: 330-year-old poplar tree tells of its life
22 Prehistoric shark hid its largest teeth
23 Astronomers' success: seven new cosmic masers
24 Trees and green roofs can help reduce the urban heat island effect, finds a new study
25 Green chemistry: Politecnico di Milano publishes in Chem
26 Coinfection: more than the sum of its parts
27 Volcanic eruptions have more effect in summer
28 The ultimate conditions to get the most out of high-nickel batteries
29 The timeless, complimentary taste of oysters and champagne--explained
30 New tool that integrates the psychological, social and medical data of patients with rare diseases
31 The role of drones in 5G network security
32 Missing in lockdown--new report reveals the vulnerable are more at risk
33 Brain protein could be starting point for new treatments for pancreatic cancer
34 Unraveling a mystery surrounding embryonic cells
35 NO DRINKING! NO FIGHTING! The laws of early Edo Japan to keep the peace
36 Prostate cancer: CRYM protein inhibits tumour growth
37 Faster detection of photocatalyst-generated oxygen has big implications for clean energy
38 Lovestruck by oxytocin! Novel roles of the hormone in controlling male sexual function
39 Diabetes increases neuritic damage around amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's disease
40 Gold nanoparticles turn the spotlight on drug candidates in cells
41 Super-resolution "street view" microscopy hits the SPOT
42 Antibiotic resistance surveillance tools in Puerto Rican watersheds after Hurricane Maria
43 AI may predict response to immune checkpoint blockade in patients with metastatic melanoma
44 Surgeons' expectations more accurate in predicting outcomes after lumbar spine surgery
45 A regular dose of nature may improve mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
46 Machine learning innovation to develop chemical library
47 Children with familial hypercholesterolemia are diagnosed late and under-treated
48 Geoscientists discover Ancestral Puebloans survived from ice melt in New Mexico lava tubes
49 Denmark trial measures effectiveness of adding a mask recommendation to other public health measures
50 Vitamin D supplements may reduce risk of developing advanced cancer
51 Dual brake on transport protein prevents cells from exploding
52 Using materials efficiently can substantially cut greenhouse gas emissions
53 Found: a genetic link to molecular events that precede symptoms in Alzheimer's disease
54 Researchers recognize a viral protein's M.O. by just 3% of its size
55 Which particulate air pollution poses the greatest health risk?
56 Lethal brain infections in mice thwarted by decoy molecule
57 Catapult-like hydrogel actuator designed to deliver high contraction power
58 Fostering creativity in researchers: how automation can revolutionize materials research
59 Magnetic spray: Giving inanimate objects new bionergy
60 Compound for Alzheimer's combats bacterial resistance to last-resort antibiotics in mice
61 Teton range glacial ice may have persisted in a dormant state during early Holocene warming
62 Racial attitudes in a community affect COVID-19 numbers
63 Suicidal risk during pregnancy, after childbirth on the rise
64 Review examines sexual aggression in mammals
65 How fishermen have adapted to change over the past 35+ years
66 Accounting for 'research fatigue' in human studies
67 Does air pollution affect mental health later in life?
68 Artificial intelligence-based tool may help diagnose opioid addiction earlier
69 Diagnosing the cause of exercise-induced respiratory symptoms
70 Link between periodontitis and cardiovascular disease in individuals with rheumatoid arthritis
71 Versatile building blocks make structures with surprising mechanical properties
72 Predicting urban water needs
73 Study questions blood pressure drug guidance based on age and ethnicity
74 Starved, stuffed and squandered: Consequences of decades of global nutrition transition
75 Gut microbiome manipulation could result from virus discovery
76 Antiviral defense from the gut
77 Lurking in genomic shadows: How giant viruses fuel the evolution of algae
78 JACC: BTS study looks at COVID-19's impact on cardiovascular tissue, endothelial cells
79 Study identifies reasons for soaring nuclear plant cost overruns in the US
80 System can sterilize medical tools using solar heat
81 Vertebrate biodiversity--a glimmer of hope
82 Mining and megaprojects emerge as alarming threat to tropical forests and biodiversity
83 Deep learning helps robots grasp and move objects with ease
84 Diabetes, hypertension may increase risk of COVID-19 brain complications
85 Cichlid fishes from African Lake Tanganyika shed light on how organismal diversity arises
86 New electronic chip delivers smarter, light-powered AI
87 Curved origami provides new range of stiffness-to-flexibility in robots
88 Tackling food allergies at the source
89 Mass Eye and Ear experts urge FDA to allow over-the-counter hearing aids
90 Artificial intelligence program can pick best candidates for skin cancer treatment
91 Early treatment with lorlatinib improves survival in some lung cancer patients
92 The bull Y chromosome has evolved to bully its way into gametes
93 Antibiotic resistance genes in three Puerto Rican watersheds after Hurricane Maria
94 A more sensitive way to detect circulating tumor cells
95 Novel magnetic spray transforms objects into millirobots for biomedical applications
96 Does air pollution increase women's risk of dementia?
97 More children and youth drowning as warming temperatures create unstable lake ice
98 Are high-protein total diet replacements the key to maintaining healthy weight?
99 Smartphone screen time linked to preference for quicker but smaller rewards
100 Technology lets clinicians objectively detect tinnitus for first time
101 First US nationwide estimates of sexual minority representation in STEM fields
102 Portable solar-powered device for sterilizing medical equipment in the field
103 Algae breathe life into 3D engineered tissues
104 Alzheimer's disease drug may help fight against antibiotic resistance
105 Young asymptomatic 'super spreaders' keep malaria viable by infecting local mosquitoes
106 Changes in vaping, other substance use, another side effect of COVID-19
107 WeChat group of chest pain center for patients with acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction
108 Mediastinal tuberculoma mimicking malignant cardiac tumor
109 Importance of mitochondrial-related genes in dilated cardiomyopathy
110 In-stent thrombosis after antiplatelet therapy conversion while awaiting coronary bypass