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  1. Thinning and retreat of West Antarctic glacier began in 1940s
  2. Most winter boots are too slippery to walk safely on icy surfaces
  3. Nobel Laureate develops drug to prevent food allergies
  4. Endangered Australasian marsupials are ancient survivors of climate change
  5. A new perovskite could lead the next generation of data storage
  6. Big Data for Big Animals: Part 2
  7. Researchers Put Mouse Embryos in Suspended Animation
  8. Modern Hunter-Gatherers Show Value of Exercise
  9. Study in rats finds low blood alcohol levels have no effect on total calories consume
  10. Big Data for Big Animals
  11. In and around the home, hitting a ‘home run’ on air quality matters
  12. Screen to beam technology: The rise of haptic interfaces
  13. As smartphone use increases, so does lack of sleep
  14. Creating new treatments for amblyopia
  15. Trains: No better mode than rail for providing air (pollution) relief
  16. Cancer cells ‘talk’ to their environment, and it talks back
  17. Toddlers with autism don’t avoid eye contact but do miss its significance
  18. Concrete jungle functions as carbon sink
  19. How might the election affect Obamacare?
  20. Researchers discover how to prevent calcification of heart tissue
  21. Have yourself a wild winter: Preparing your garden for winter wildlife
  22. Clinical Updates: Novel Insights in Diabetes
  23. Scientists get closer to developing bioartificial kidney
  24. Enabling China to shift from coal to natural gas
  25. Wild Turkey Talk
  26. How people with schizophrenia stay productive while managing symptoms
  27. Power shuffle: The ‘switch’ from fossil to renewable fuels made easy
  28. Stephen Connors, leading alternative energy researcher, dies at 58
  29. Who knew? Ammonia-rich bird poop cools the atmosphere
  30. Simple quantum computers could be much more powerful than previously realized
  31. Loner Spiders Prevail as Pioneers
  32. Psychics help psychiatrists understand the voices of psychosis
  33. 3-D-printed robots with shock-absorbing skins
  34. Age-related infertility may be caused by scarred ovaries
  35. New online game invites public to help fight Alzheimer’s
  36. Researchers hope Yosemite frog comeback promising for East’s amphibians
  37. Tumors’ alternative energy source could become a new target for anti-melanoma therapy
  38. Women who enter menopausal transition early should expect symptoms to persist longer
  39. Researchers Report Advance in Low-Cost Clean Energy Generation
  40. Exercise releases hormone that helps shed, prevent fat
  41. Algorithm could enable visible-light-based imaging for medical devices, autonomous ve
  42. BrainHealth Scientists Connect Dopamine, Facial Recognition
  43. Treatment for cancer could also effectively slow Parkinson’s progression
  44. Researchers find that ride-sharing service saves travel time, gas
  45. Game theory research reveals fragility of common resources
  46. X-rays Reveal New Path In Battle Against Mosquito-borne Illness
  47. Ocean conditions contributed to unprecedented 2015 toxic algal bloom
  48. Scientists identify neurons devoted to social memory
  49. Soil will absorb less atmospheric carbon than expected this century
  50. Melatonin, biological clock keep singing fish on time
  51. A Conscious Coupling of Magnetic and Electric Materials
  52. Study Shows How Sea Turtle Hatchlings Move Quickly on Sand
  53. Conserving a wealth of diversity: The dry tropical forests of Latin America
  54. Engineers create room-temperature multiferroic material
  55. Two mood drugs combat virus implicated in birth defects
  56. Astronomers pinpoint how Milky Way Galaxy was formed
  57. New DNA from understudied groups reveals modern genetic variation, ancient population
  58. Greenland ice is melting 7 percent faster than previously thought
  59. Past climate swings orchestrated early human migration waves out of Africa
  60. Automated screening for childhood communication disorders
  61. How does a heart defect start? Stanford scientists use stem cells to find out
  62. In blind people, brain’s vision center plays role in solving math problems
  63. Sea Otter Survey Encouraging, but Comes Up Short of the ‘Perfect Story’
  64. New explanation offered for symptoms of fragile X syndrome
  65. Biological ‘dark matter’ molecule plays surprise role in heart failure
  66. Graphene nanoribbons show promise for healing spinal injuries
  67. Microbes help plants survive in severe drought
  68. Jet fuel may be grown on iconic Aussie gum trees
  69. Finding could improve nuclear reactors, detectors
  70. Hippocampus helps fill in the blanks of language
  71. Crowdsourcing sea change
  72. Study of Fatal Car Accidents Shows Medical Marijuana May Help Curb Opioid Use
  73. A first-ever study to train cats and their people for better health
  74. Glutamate plays previously unknown role in neuromuscular development
  75. Bringing people together as scientists to save a zebra species
  76. Drive-by monitoring for urban streetlights
  77. Brain benefits of aerobic exercise lost to mercury exposure
  78. Closing in on high-temperature superconductivity
  79. Essential Mouse Genes Could Guide Human Precision Medicine
  80. Mosquito Preference for Human Versus Animal Biting Has Genetic Basis
  81. Drunks compare their levels of intoxication to other drinkers, not to how much they’v
  82. For first time, researchers see individual atoms keep away from each other or bunch u
  83. Holographic Imaging and Deep Learning Diagnose Malaria
  84. New theory overcomes a longstanding polymer problem
  85. X-ray Detection Sheds New Light on Pluto
  86. Squid and octopus can camouflage themselves but new research finds they are colourbli
  87. UCLA researchers use stem cells to grow 3-D lung-in-a-dish
  88. Researchers reveal that magnetic ‘rust’ performs as gold at the nanoscale
  89. For-profit trade schools prove costly for disadvantaged black youth
  90. Strong case for seagrass in biodiversity analysis
  91. Salt’s secret success in ancient Chaco Canyon
  92. Levitating nanoparticle improves ‘torque sensing,’ might bring new research into fund
  93. The sharing economy’s effect on business
  94. Research aims to show how plastic surgery will really look
  95. Special T cells that target solid tumors offer potential treatment for pediatric and
  96. Study: Half of kids in families studied spend time in households with firearms
  97. Tapping Sorghum’s Genetic Potential
  98. Researchers Unearth Ancient Mythological Statues in Jordan
  99. Researchers find combined effects of two genes responsible for premature skull fusion
  100. How do shark teeth bite? Reciprocating saw, glue provide answers
  101. Explaining why the universe can be transparent
  102. Drug Target Potentially Useful for Increasing Social Interaction in Autism
  103. Scientists Discover Antibodies that Target Holes in HIV’s Defenses
  104. A 50-Year-Old Case of Industry-Sponsored Nutrition Research a ‘Smoking Gun’
  105. New vaccination strategies coach immune system to make HIV-neutralizing antibodies
  106. A more accurate sensor for lead paint
  107. Physicists discover ‘smoke rings’ made of laser light
  108. Influence of fat when gut bacteria is reduced by antibioticsm
  109. Voracious Asian jumping worms strip forest floor and flood soil with nutrients
  110. Researchers outline barriers to treating fear and anxiety
  111. Teenage weight gain due to dramatic drop in calories they burn
  112. Prisons could help unlock hep C-free future
  113. Early-life language stimulation, skills may prevent childhood depression
  114. The perfect car, according to science
  115. Researchers find molecular link behind aspirin’s protective powers
  116. Feeling they are part of a group increased preschoolers’ interest, success in STEM
  117. Study finds increased ocean acidification due to human activities
  118. Beat the stock market by satisfying customers
  119. UCLA physicists discover ‘apparent departure from the laws of thermodynamics’
  120. Zika infection may affect adult brain cells, suggesting risk may not be limited to pr
  121. Common cold viruses originated in camels — just like MERS
  122. Pacific sea level predicts global temperature changes
  123. Insights into the dawn of the universe
  124. Venus-like exoplanet might have oxygen atmosphere, but not life
  125. New mechanism discovered for Alzheimer’s risk gene
  126. Long-term exposure to female scent changes courtship behavior in male mice
  127. Study finds bias, disgust toward mixed-race couples
  128. Lab team spins ginger into nanoparticles to heal inflammatory bowel disease
  129. Childhood Adversity Looms Large for Older Homeless Adults
  130. Researchers Develop Safer Opioid Painkiller From Scratch
  131. Diet and exercise can reduce Alzheimer’s protein
  132. NSF wants engineering researchers to bend rules (of classical physics)
  133. Physicists confirm possible discovery of fifth force of nature
  134. Mindfulness combats depression for disadvantaged black women
  135. Luna moth’s long tail could confuse bat sonar through its twist
  136. Twenty-five little bones tell a puzzling story about early primate evolution
  137. Newly Discovered ‘Blue Whirl’ Fire Tornado Burns Cleaner for Reduced Emissions
  138. Beneficial role clarified for brain protein associated with mad cow disease
  139. Why do children become stunted?
  140. Maternal high-fat diet during pregnancy can affect baby’s gut microbes
  141. Lower- and middle-income countries struggle to treat, control high blood pressure
  142. New technology may prevent burn scars
  143. Drug developed for Type 2 diabetes helps control Type 1 diabetes
  144. Lose a limb? Grow it back
  145. Scientists discover key identifier for suicide risk
  146. Baby monkey smiles point to origin of laughter
  147. High-dose radiation therapy as effective as surgery for aggressive prostate cancer
  148. Let the Buyer Beware: Here’s How to Gauge a Study
  149. Calculating the odds of life between the Big Bang and the final fade
  150. Psychologist reveals science behind a fulfilling single life
  151. When it comes to recognizing shapes, timing is everything
  152. Preventing mass extinctions of big mammals will require immediate action
  153. Most volcanic activity on Mercury stopped about 3.5 billion years ago
  154. Hidden, local climate impacts of drought-friendly vegetation
  155. Technique Images Nanoscale Workings of Rechargeable Batteries
  156. How sunflowers follow the sun
  157. Gut Bacteria Linked to Rare Autoimmune Disease
  158. New way to model molecules
  159. New Research Targets Immune System Vulnerabilities
  160. Device tricks newborns’ brains into thinking that they’re running
  161. Birds engage in all types of sleep in flight, but in remarkably small amounts
  162. Study challenges view that sickle cell trait increases mortality risk
  163. Push for more clinical research data sharing is paying off
  164. New chip replicates muscle-nerve connection
  165. Fate of marine carbon confirms importance of polar oceans
  166. NIH begins testing investigational Zika vaccine in humans
  167. Federal report urges commitment to quantum research
  168. Carbon nanotube ‘stitches’ strengthen composites
  169. Researchers find breakthrough clue to Jupiter’s ‘energy crisis’
  170. Exploring Belief In An Animal Afterlife: Do All Dogs Go to Heaven?
  171. Scientists model the ‘flicker’ of gluons in subatomic smashups
  172. Electronic skin patch offers new way to monitor alcohol levels
  173. 30 Years Saving Lives from Volcanoes
  174. Building communities of research at tribal colleges
  175. Study finds marker of aggressive prostate cancer
  176. Cardiac complications from energy drinks? Case report adds new evidence
  177. Sports protect teen athletes from abusing opioids, heroin
  178. No link found between erectile dysfunction drugs and risk of prostate cancer
  179. Lack of water likely caused extinction of isolated Alaska mammoths
  180. Queensland rays could pose toxic Asian medicine risk
  181. Multisector, collaborative effort needed to combat physical inactivity in U.S.
  182. Trading changes how brain processes selling decisions
  183. Metabolic molecule speeds up process by which stem cells differentiate
  184. Researchers Temporarily Turn Off Brain Area to Better Understand Function
  185. NSF goes large on improving scientific software
  186. Self-control as limited resource? Not so fast
  187. Frequent nut consumption associated with less inflammation
  188. New evidence suggests first mass extinction was engineered by animals
  189. Cognitive ability varies, but prejudice is universal
  190. Mars Gullies Likely Not Formed by Liquid Water
  191. Five Years Post-Launch, Juno Is at a Turning Point
  192. ‘Metamaterial’ may revolutionize prosthetics and wearable technologies
  193. English Bulldog’s Gene Pool May Be Too Small to Heal the Breed
  194. Team may have solved a mystery of plate tectonics
  195. Compromise nearly guaranteed when a woman is involved in decision-making pairs
  196. Marrow cells’ role in pulmonary hypertension explored
  197. Insights on Sex and Death from a Mutant Roundworm
  198. Vortex laser offers hope for Moore’s Law
  199. One Minute of Second-Hand Marijuana Smoke Impairs Cardiovascular Function
  200. Study finds gray wolves should remain protected
  201. Survey shows a decline in sexualized female characters in video games
  202. International efforts needed to save world’s largest mammals
  203. Neural circuits involved in making risky decisions found
  204. New medication shows promise against liver fibrosis in animal studies
  205. Male frogs have sex on land to keep competitors away
  206. A 30-minute ‘me’ break can make you a better worker
  207. Hydropower Vision: New Report Highlights Future Pathways for U.S. Hydropower
  208. FDA updates warnings for fluoroquinolone antibiotics
  209. Dirty to drinkable: Hybrid nanomaterials transform water
  210. Witnesses confuse innocent and guilty suspects with ‘unfair’ lineups
  211. Spit: The diagnostic tool of the future?
  212. Diagnosing gout could become easier, more cost-effective with new portable device
  213. The global impact of air conditioning: Big and getting bigger
  214. Identifying the Vulnerabilities: Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate Marks 10 Yea
  215. Complex dialog across brain regions helps us retrieve appropriate information
  216. Menopause, sleepless nights may make women age faster
  217. US cops killed, injured 55,000+ during ‘legal interventions’ in 2012
  218. Tiny 3D models may yield big insights into ovarian cancer
  219. Simpler, cheaper treatment as effective as cognitive behavioural therapy for treating
  220. Old Growth May Help Protect Northwest Birds from Warming Temperatures
  221. Grad Student Uses Her Disease to Fuel Research
  222. Using data to inform the connections between technology and policy
  223. Ford Developing Car Parts Made Out of Captured Carbon Dioxide
  224. Naturally occurring CO2 delayed impacts of climate change
  225. Newly discovered material property may lead to high temp superconductivity
  226. Three Charged in $1 Billion Gov’t Health Fraud
  227. Are Calm Environments Restorative? It Depends
  228. Born to run? Love of exercise starts in the womb
  229. A programming language for living cells
  230. Discovery: A Radar Gun For Unruly Atoms
  231. Pharmacy on demand
  232. How the brain processes emotions
  233. The ‘great smoky dragon’ of quantum physics
  234. 57 different pesticides found in poisoned honeybees
  235. Blast behavior research could save British troops
  236. Anxious people see the world differently
  237. Links between money and happiness uncovered
  238. Changes in heart activity may signal epilepsy
  239. Real-life aliens extremely efficient at turning their hosts into new parasites
  240. System loads Web pages 34 percent faster by fetching files more effectively
  241. Self-harming youngsters put at risk by ‘cycle of shame’
  242. The costs of inequality: For women, progress until they get near power
  243. Building Better Batteries for Long-Distance Driving and Faster-Charging Electronics
  244. Astronomers break cosmic distance record (again)
  245. Study links nitrogen pollution to decline of endangered species
  246. Marijuana use disorder is common and often untreated
  247. The Brain’s Gardeners: Immune Cells ‘Prune’ Connections Between Neurons
  248. Impact of climate change on agriculture may be underestimated
  249. Study suggests how rivers of hot ash, gas move when supervolcano erupts
  250. Scientists tap the smarts of mice, capture problem-solving in action