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1 What if mysterious 'cotton candy' planets actually sport rings?
2 On eve of Super Tuesday, study sheds light on how people make choices
3 Is there a technological solution to aquatic dead zones?
4 What can you learn by peering into a fruit fly's gut? It turns out a lot!
5 Geologists determine early Earth was a 'water world' by studying exposed ocean crust
6 Beef consumption hurting river quality
7 Implementing microbiome diagnostics in personalized medicine: Rise of pharmacomicrobiomics
8 Earliest look at newborns' visual cortex reveals the minds babies start with
9 Exposure to 'fake news' during the 2016 US election has been overstated
10 Surgeons cut opioid prescriptions by 64% using a new multipronged program
11 Paper: Disposal of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing poses dangers to drivers
12 Wake Forest scientists create world's most sophisticated lab model of the human body
13 The Lancet Oncology: Targeted treatments for pancreatic cancer may help eligible patients live an extra year
14 Engendering trust in an AI world
15 Biologists capture fleeting interactions between regulatory proteins and their genome-wide targets
16 The GDP fudge: China edition
17 CRISPR-HOT: A new tool to 'color' specific genes and cells
18 Story Tips: Antidote chasing, traffic control and automatic modeling
19 Widely used weed killer harming biodiversity
20 Gold in limbo between solid and melted states
21 KITE code could power new quantum developments
22 Whether horseradish flea beetles deter predators depends on their food plant and their life stage
23 Epoxy resins: Hardening at the push of a button
24 How three genes rule plant symbioses
25 Directed species loss from species-rich forests strongly decreases productivity
26 Battle with the cancer: New avenues from childhood vaccines
27 ITMO scientists develop new algorithm that can predict population's demographic history
28 Scientists find functioning amyloid in healthy brain
29 Scientists show drug may greatly improve cancer immunotherapy success
30 The magnet that didn't exist
31 Soil life thrives between oil palm fronds
32 Hydrogen energy at the root of life
33 New 'organ-on-a-chip' system holds promise for drug toxicity screening
34 Mapping childhood malnutrition
35 Length of pregnancy alters the child's DNA
36 Atomic vacancy as quantum bit
37 Ocean changes almost starved life of oxygen
38 Quantifying objects: bees recognize that six is more than four
39 New study reveals the secret of magmatic rocks consisting of only one mineral
40 Cloud data speeds set to soar with aid of laser mini-magnets
41 Marine cyanobacteria do not survive solely on photosynthesis
42 Swamp wallabies conceive new embryo before birth--a unique reproductive strategy
43 How quickly do flower strips in cities help the local bees?
44 The fantastical Adelaide Fringe
45 Biometric devices help pinpoint factory workers' emotions and productivity
46 Radionuclide levels in freshwater fish differ between lakes and rivers
47 Youth exposure to tobacco outlets and cigarette smoking
48 A current map for improving circuit design
49 Fallowing cattle-feed farmland simplest way to alleviate western water shortage
50 Study shows rising age of first drug use in teens, young adults
51 Coping strategies, a matter of neuron
52 Sinking sea mountains make and muffle earthquakes
53 UBCO professor simplifies exercise advice for spinal cord injury
54 Federally protected lands reduce habitat loss and protect endangered species, study finds
55 ACA helped make health insurance access more equal, but racial and ethnic gaps remain
56 The 'Monday effect' is real--and it's impacting your Amazon package delivery
57 Why is an empty shampoo bottle so easy to knock over?
58 Technology provides a new way to probe single molecules
59 Potassium metal battery emerges as a rival to lithium-ion technology
60 Sleeping sheep may offer clues to human brain disease
61 Artificial intelligence could enhance diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders
62 Two stars merged to form massive white dwarf
63 Life on Titan cannot rely on cell membranes, according to computational simulations
64 App detecting jaundice may prevent deaths in newborns
65 Carbon chains adopt fusilli or spaghetti shapes if they have odd or even numbers
66 Ultrafast probing reveals intricate dynamics of quantum coherence
67 Drug shows promise in reducing deadly brain swelling after stroke
68 Irregular sleep may increase risk of cardiovascular events
69 Researchers develop app to determine risk of preterm birth
70 New tools show a way forward for large-scale storage of renewable energy
71 Scientists succeed in measuring electron spin qubit without demolishing it
72 Researchers study role culture plays in feeling sick
73 Study finds irregular sleep patterns double the risk of cardiovascular disease in older adults
74 Women paid less than men even at highest levels of academic medicine, study finds
75 Study finds 'far-reaching' impact from Affordable Care Act
76 The world faces an air pollution 'pandemic'
77 The neural basis of sensory hypersensitivity
78 Not a 'math person'? You may be better at learning to code than you think
79 Study links frequent tooth brushing to lower risk of diabetes while dental disease and missing teeth associated with increased risk; stronger effect of tooth brushing in younger adults and women
80 5,000-year-old milk proteins point to the importance of dairying in eastern Eurasia
81 2016 US election result preceded fall in proportion of boys born in Canada
82 UK MPs with extra work roles may be nearly three times as likely to be 'risky' drinkers
83 Egg stem cells do not exist, new study shows
84 The dairy dilemma: Low-fat is not necessarily better for kids
85 Despite best intentions, researchers don't always share findings with study participants
86 Memory concerns? Blood test may put mind at ease or pave way to promising treatments
87 Putting a price on the protective power of wetlands
88 'Digital disruption' a game-changer for climate: Future Earth report
89 Early Earth may have been a 'waterworld'
90 Indigenous-led health care partnerships flourishing in Canada
91 Number of cancer cases in Canada will increase in 2020 as population ages
92 Child access prevention laws spare gun deaths in children
93 'Start low, go slow' still applies for pain management, especially for older patients
94 Blood test method may predict Alzheimer's protein deposits in brain
95 Adding travel history to patient evaluation could help to prevent spread of coronavirus [plus additional topics]
96 NIH-funded research team updates online tool for extremely preterm infant outcomes
97 Fish school by randomly copying each other, rather than following the group
98 Could targeting an Alzheimer's-associated protein prevent Autism?
99 Can light therapy help improve mood in people with concussion?
100 Scientists seize rare chance to watch faraway star system evolve
101 Speak math, not code
102 Predicting intentional accounting misreporting
103 Promising drug could treat debilitating movement problems in people with Parkinson's
104 Repeat antibiotic prescribing linked to higher risk of hospital admissions
105 Are grandma, grandpa sleepy during the day? They may be at risk for diabetes, cancer, more
106 How pest management strategies affect the bottom line
107 Unraveling turbulence
108 Machine learning picks out hidden vibrations from earthquake data
109 Unique material could unlock new functionality in semiconductors
110 Quarantine on cruise ship resulted in more Corona patients
111 Study reveals Missoula Floods impact on past abrupt climate changes
112 Even damaged livers can handle life-saving medication
113 Why is there any matter in the universe at all? New Sussex study sheds light