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1 The 'breath' between atoms--a new building block for quantum technology--ScienceDaily
2 Speaking up for the annoying fruit fly
3 Thermal energy stored by land masses has increased significantly--ScienceDaily
4 Banning multibuy discounts shown to drive sales rather than curb appetites
5 Overfishing linked to rapid evolution of codfish--ScienceDaily
6 UN aims to deliver draft plastics treaty by year's end
7 Male babies 'talk' more in the first year than female babies do--ScienceDaily
8 Chile says recent mass seabird death not due to avian flu
9 If other visual cues are missing, ants build higher nest hills to facilitate homing of foraging nest mates--ScienceDaily
10 Major US firms agree to $1.2 billion 'forever chemicals' settlement
11 Honeybee health blooming at federal facilities across the country
12 Can movie reviews predict box office success?
13 Study shows more mutations likely with genetically engineered synthetic DNA
14 Are fairy tales fair? AI helps find gender bias in children's storybooks
15 Pathogenic fungus found to infect dung beetles in Australia
16 Recombinant and tunable spidroin hydrogels for drug release and cell culture
17 Researchers develop new tool to identify nematode pest in beech leaf disease
18 We've already breached most of the Earth's limits--a safer, fairer future means treading lightly
19 How chocolate could counter climate change
20 Don't count on whales as 'climate savers,' says study
21 Saving moths may be just as important as saving the bees
22 Fungi seem to 'sweat' to stay cool and scientists don't know why
23 Resolving a mathematical puzzle in quarks and gluons in nuclear matter
24 How studying poop may help boost white rhino populations
25 Burmese pythons are helping rats take over Florida's Everglades--and that could help spread disease
26 Amount of warming triggering carbon dioxide in air hits new peak, growing at near-record fast rate
27 Crocodiles and gharials are getting bizarre orange 'tans' in Nepal. Here's why.
28 10 Australian companies have embraced the 4-day week--here's what they say about it
29 Shingles vaccine may protect against dementia
30 Metallic flying orbs seen around the world, baffling NASA and the Pentagon--National
31 River diversions may cause microplastics to remain longer on land and in streams before reaching oceans
32 Lung cancer pill drastically cuts risk of death after surgery
33 Pond emission measurements improve climate predictions
34 Extinct human relative buried their dead 100,000 years before modern humans did, study claims
35 Canada braces for possible worst wildfire season ever
36 NASA's Webb Space Telescope peers behind bars--ScienceDaily
37 Using statistics in a new way to decipher the universe
38 Robot 'chef' learns to recreate recipes from watching food videos--ScienceDaily
39 New strategy can harvest chemical information on rare isotopes with a fraction of the material
40 Viruses hidden in coral symbiont's genetic material are a potential threat to reefs--ScienceDaily
41 How Sierra Nevada snowpack confounds Central Valley groundwater readings
42 New digital tool enables farmers' decisions for sustainable agriculture
43 River diversions may cause microplastics to remain longer on land and in streams before reaching oceans--ScienceDaily
44 Germany returns 'stolen' dinosaur fossil to Brazil
45 Microbes key to sequestering carbon in soil--ScienceDaily
46 California's honey bees await the famous sunshine
47 The look of your eyebrows is in your genes; A new study uncovers genes that define the appearance of eyebrows--ScienceDaily
48 Orcas rip rudder off boat and follow it all the way to port, in 1st known attack of its kind
49 Australian mother thanks 'science' for child murder pardon
50 Researchers demonstrate secure information transfer using spatial correlations in quantum entangled beams of light--ScienceDaily
51 Man survives crocodile attack by prying its jaws off his head. How did he escape such a powerful bite?
52 Research reveals ants inflict pain with neurotoxins
53 Webb Space Telescope detects universe's most distant complex organic molecules--ScienceDaily
54 Tracking a tiger shark to see how it fares when moved from captivity back to the ocean
55 Researchers are now calling for fungi to be considered more heavily in conservation and biodiversity policies, and are investigating whether we can increase how much carbon the soil underneath us can hold--ScienceDaily
56 Brazilian algorithm aims to project future of Amazon rainforest and predict changes in carbon capture
57 An innovative treatment device tackles the hissing sound of silence--ScienceDaily
58 How cats and dogs affect the climate--and what you can do about it
59 Programmable 3D printed wound dressing could improve treatment for burn, cancer patients--ScienceDaily
60 2,300-year-old Buddhist elephant statue from India is one of the oldest known
61 Arctic will likely see summer free of ice by 2030, research says
62 Very long baseline array finds classical novae are anything but simple
63 How does dopamine regulate both learning and motivation?--ScienceDaily
64 Mathematicians end decades-long quest to find elusive 'vampire einstein' shape
65 Rsearcher finds factors linked with chronic school absenteeism
66 When pigeons dream--ScienceDaily
67 James Webb Space Telescope finds one of the earliest galaxies ever seen
68 Study explains the evolutionary origins and advantages of masturbation
69 First detection of secondary supermassive black hole in a well-known binary system--ScienceDaily
70 Virgin birth' recorded in crocodile for 1st time ever
71 Development of communication in chimpanzees echoes that of human infants
72 Swarming microrobots self-organize into diverse patterns--ScienceDaily
73 AI predicts 5-year breast cancer risk better than standard tools--but we aren't sure how it works
74 Arctic could be ice-free a decade earlier than thought
75 How well toxic elements leach out of coal ash depends on the ash's nanoscale composition--ScienceDaily
76 Research shows why our taste in music can't be siloed into catch-all genres
77 Electrical synapses in the neural network of insects found to have unexpected role in controlling flight power--ScienceDaily
78 Number of deaths in armed conflicts doubled between 2021 and 2022, says new report
79 The study's findings offer a potential alternative to surgical spaying--ScienceDaily
80 Does evening 'recovery' affect a person's mood at work the next day?
81 Weather anomalies are keeping insects active longer--ScienceDaily
82 Researchers discover chemical evidence for pair-instability supernova from a very massive first star
83 How studying feces may help us boost white rhino populations--ScienceDaily
84 Siberia's 'gateway to the underworld' megaslump is revealing 650,000 year-old secrets from its permafrost
85 Three-quarters [of coral] will likely be diseased by next century
86 To groom or not to groom? 'Triage' in the ant kingdom
87 Very long baseline array finds classical novae are anything but simple--ScienceDaily
88 Ethereal 'halo' and light arcs around the sun captured in photos of ultra-rare phenomena
89 How an earthquake becomes a tsunami
90 Measuring greenhouse gas from ponds improves climate predictions--ScienceDaily
91 Pablo Escobar's 'cocaine hippos' top 200, twice as many as we thought
92 New research reveals the suffering of people whose dogs died after eating 1080 poison baits
93 Sponge makes robotic device a soft touch--ScienceDaily
94 Primordial steroids solve long-standing mystery about how the 1st complex life-forms evolved
95 Warm is the new norm for the Great Barrier Reef--and a likely El Nino raises red flags
96 Proposed design could double the efficiency of lightweight solar cells for space-based applications--ScienceDaily
97 Do you really need to wear a lead apron to get an X-ray?
98 Crocodile found to have impregnated itself in 1st-known 'virgin birth' for species--National
99 Using pressure and steam to create shrimp with fewer allergens
100 Whales not to be counted on as 'climate savers'--ScienceDaily
101 Dying stars build humongous 'cocoons' that shake the fabric of space-time
102 Gradual supported release of primates into the wild shown to be effective
103 Newly discovered brain mechanism linked to anxiety, OCD--ScienceDaily
104 How many oceans are there?
105 Astronomers observe giant tails of helium escaping Jupiter-like planet
106 Air quality stations have collected vast stores of DNA by accident, a potentially 'game-changing' discovery for tracking global biodiversity--ScienceDaily
107 James Webb Space Telescope discovers oldest organic molecules in the known universe, 12 billion light-years from Earth
108 Birds and bats enhance yields for cacao farmers in northern Peru, study finds
109 Can exercise help counteract genetic risk of disease?--ScienceDaily
110 Primates have been masturbating for at least 40 million years
111 Comprehensive new report tackles food safety risks in the informal sector of developing countries
112 Global response to antimicrobial resistance 'insufficient'--ScienceDaily
113 World's largest captive croc turns 120, giving scientists 'serious knowledge on longevity
114 Gravitational waves innovation could help unlock cosmic secrets
115 Even some species that fared well caused management challenges--ScienceDaily
116 King Tut's likeness revealed in vivid new facial approximation of ancient Egyptian pharaoh