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1 Research shows vineyard fungicides pose a threat to survival of wild birds
2 A novel hydrogel may be a beacon of hope for infertility and fertility challenges--ScienceDaily
3 Antarctic sea ice reached 'record-smashing low' last month
4 Carbon 'capture' climate tech is booming, and confusing
5 Cutting edge transistors for semiconductors of the future--ScienceDaily
6 Giant sunspot grew 10 times wider than Earth in just 48 hours, then spat X-class flare right at us
7 Astronomers use dead stars to measure gravitational waves produced by ancient black holes
8 Some pests don't disappear in winter, as previously supposed--ScienceDaily
9 Mars helicopter Ingenuity phones home, breaking 63-day silence
10 We may be underestimating the climate risk to crops: researchers
11 Older adults who remain more active have a better quality of life, study finds--ScienceDaily
12 PIGS find ancient stars in the heart of the Milky Way
13 World's most threatened seabirds visit remote plastic pollution hotspots--ScienceDaily
14 An enormous mass of flesh armed with teeth': How orcas gained their 'killer' reputation
15 Changes in body weight perception could undermine public health interventions to tackle obesity--ScienceDaily
16 What did the last common ancestor between humans and apes look like?
17 Warmer and murkier waters favor predators of guppies, study finds
18 'Workplace AI revolution isn't happening yet,' survey shows--ScienceDaily
19 Similar to humans, elephants also vary what they eat for dinner every night
20 How the ear can inform the brain of whether hearing is impaired--ScienceDaily
21 Apex predator of the Cambrian likely sought soft over crunchy prey
22 How mercury emissions from industry can be greatly reduced--ScienceDaily
23 Quasi-periodic oscillations detected in X-ray binary GX 339-4
24 Pathogenic bacteria use a sugar in the intestinal mucus layer to infect the gut, study shows--ScienceDaily
25 Omega-3 oil counteracts toxic effects of pesticides in pollinators, research suggests
26 Observational data from nearly 200 quasars show Einstein correct--again--about time dilation of the cosmos--ScienceDaily
27 Migrant orangutans learn which foods are good to eat by watching the locals, study shows
28 Hedging strategy for coral restoration balances diversity, ecosystem benefits--ScienceDaily
29 Conflicts between salmon needs and those of competing water users
30 Amazon dolphins at risk from fishing, dams and dredging--ScienceDaily
31 Ancient rock engravings unveil intriguing insights into human cultures
32 Eating for two? Leave weight advice to the experts during pregnancy--ScienceDaily
33 A new bacterial blueprint to aid in the war on antibiotic resistance--ScienceDaily
34 Monday world's hottest day on record, initial measurements show
35 An easier way to learn quantum processes
36 Elephants' giant, hot testicles could stop them getting cancer
37 UN warns world to prepare for El Nino impact
38 The future of recycling could one day mean dissolving plastic with electricity
39 Watch two giant, highly venomous black mambas fighting in someone's backyard
40 Copyright exceptions in Canadian education aren't a loophole, they're essential
41 Affordable and available technologies can curb rising nitrous oxide emissions--ScienceDaily
42 Sunspot numbers hit 20-year high, indicating the sun is fast approaching its explosive peak
43 Drought-hardy shrub is being adopted across Australia to support farmers ahead of dry times
44 Mystery of how deadly virus hides in humans is solved--ScienceDaily
45 El Nino spells trouble for vulnerable Galapagos iguana
46 Data visualizations researchers have no clear idea of what makes someone a novice--ScienceDaily
47 How the internal clock of our cells is influenced by mechanical forces
48 Webb locates dust reservoirs in two supernovae--ScienceDaily
49 Tracking ships' icy paths amidst climate change
50 Watch thousands of lightning bolts crackle over Europe in stunning new satellite video
51 Helping adolescents to feel competent and purposeful--not just happy--may improve grades
52 Fluctuating levels of cholesterol and triglycerides linked to increased risk of dementia--ScienceDaily
53 Invasive non-native species cost UK economy an estimated 4 billion pounds a year, study reveals
54 Improving IVF success--ScienceDaily
55 New genetic technology developed to halt malaria-spreading mosquitoes
56 Poor dental health linked to decline in brain volume--ScienceDaily
57 Newspapers offer historical perspectives on Brazil's marine biodiversity
58 AI tests into top 1% for original creative thinking--ScienceDaily
59 Orbital angular momentum boosts multiplexed holography
60 Fossils reveal how ancient birds molted their feathers--which could help explain why ancestors of modern birds survived when all the other dinosaurs died--ScienceDaily
61 Giant stone artifacts found on rare Ice Age site in Kent
62 As envisioned, first-of-its-kind African mosquito suppression system would reduce child mortality and aid economic development--ScienceDaily
63 Stressed rattlesnakes found to calm down in the company of a nearby 'friend'
64 Soft, wireless implant monitors the heart without requiring removal--ScienceDaily
65 American mink regrow their brains in a rare reversal of the domestication process
66 Finding the flux of quantum technology--ScienceDaily
67 Immune and tumor cell 'tug-of-war' controls anti-cancer activity--ScienceDaily
68 Austria's highest paradise feels heat of climate change
69 New insights into the structural changes associated with osteoarthritis--ScienceDaily
70 Could Ozempic be used to treat addiction? Studies hint yes, but questions remain
71 Asian clams' spread in Columbia River warns of worse invaders
72 Phishing psychology study explores what makes workers vulnerable--ScienceDaily
73 The UK botanist who helped revive Japan's seaweed industry
74 Result sheds new light on how climate change will affect the length of the day and validity of climate modelling tools--ScienceDaily
75 James Webb telescope detects the earliest strand in the 'cosmic web' ever seen
76 Team develops shape-transforming colloidal assembly for targeted cargo delivery at microscale
77 Aberrant alternative splicing of messenger RNA plays fundamental role in fragile X syndrome--ScienceDaily
78 New breakthrough shows how short pulses of light destroy particles
79 One protein could help scientists fight treatment-resistant melanoma from all directions.--ScienceDaily
80 Success generating two-qutrit entangling gates with high fidelity
81 1,200-year-old 'Viking graffiti' is the oldest drawing ever discovered in Iceland
82 The shift to working from home will be difficult to reverse
83 Discovery of 500-million-year-old fossil reveals astonishing secrets of tunicate origins--ScienceDaily
84 Dazzling 'shooting stars' discovered in the sun's atmosphere. What are they really?
85 Employment has a positive effect on maternal well-being, but women with very young children may need more support
86 Key to ocean conservation may lie with the tropical majority--ScienceDaily
87 Dozens of 2,500-year-old skeletons unearthed at ancient crossroads in Negev desert
88 Researchers explore public support for militarily defending NATO allies
89 THC use during pregnancy linked to changes in fetal development--ScienceDaily
90 Gargantuan black hole 'switches on,' becoming one of the brightest objects ever seen
91 California Science Center to start complex process to display space shuttle Endeavour vertically
92 Unveiling a groundbreaking and accurate AI-based method to classify cardiac function and disease using chest X-Rays--ScienceDaily
93 Global temperatures have been the hottest on record for 3 days in a row
94 Study results show lead hunting ammunition hinders bald eagle recovery, resiliency
95 Forensics lab cracks case on newer, 'greener' gunshot residue--ScienceDaily
96 Viking sword from warrior's grave unearthed in family's yard in Norway
97 Financial transparency index helps track the flow of 'dark money' in politics
98 The images shed light on how electrons form superconducting pairs that glide through materials without friction.--ScienceDaily
99 Mystery Stone Age holes in England have archaeologists asking, 'What were these pits for?
100 Important policy debates about the food system and climate change can benefit from accounting for animal well-being--ScienceDaily
101 Swirls of liquid iron may be trapped inside Earth's 'solid' core
102 Board games boost math ability in young children, study finds
103 Why there are no kangaroos in Bali (and no tigers in Australia)--ScienceDaily
104 Adorable extinct penguin was one of the smallest of its kind to ever walk Earth, tiny skull fossils reveal
105 Researchers offer a tropical perspective on marine conservation
106 Eliminating extra chromosomes in cancer cells prevent tumor growth--ScienceDaily
107 Uncovering the mysteries of the clitoris with advanced imaging techniques
108 Top corn producing state to see future drop in yield, cover crop efficiency--ScienceDaily
109 This AI system only needs a small amount of data to predict molecular properties
110 New biomarker confirmed for early diagnosis [of MS]--ScienceDaily
111 How tiny sensors in the forest are shaping the future of firefighting--National
112 Scientists work to prevent interplanetary pollution that could pose a threat to life on Earth
113 A new technique produces perovskite nanocrystals right where they're needed, so the exceedingly delicate materials can be integrated into nanoscale devices.--ScienceDaily
114 Climate change tests limits of Mediterranean wildfire strategy
115 Public support hydrogen and biofuels to decarbonize global shipping--ScienceDaily
116 Global maritime sector improves carbon-reduction target: draft deal
117 Global diet study challenges advice to limit high-fat dairy foods--ScienceDaily
118 Extracellular cytochrome nanowires appear to be ubiquitous in microbes
119 Solution depends on regulators, scientists and public support--ScienceDaily
120 'Wake-up call': Simultaneous crop failure more likely than thought, study warns--National
121 Photonic time crystals could open the door to a new branch of optics
122 Queensland native forestry can help achieve global environment goals--ScienceDaily
123 Male spider mites 'undress' females by pulling off their skin before copulating