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Turtles and Dinosaurs: Scientists Solve Reptile Mysteries With Landmark Study on the Evolution of Turtles
Deep-Earth Carbon Offers Clues on Origin of Life: New Organic Carbon Species Linked to Formation of Diamonds -- And Life Itself
Whole-Genome Sequences of the World's Oldest Living People: No Genes Significantly Associated With Extreme Longevity
- Turtle Tree of Life Links Turtles to Dinosaurs
- Deep-Earth Carbon: Clues To Origin of Life
- Imagination, Reality: Opposite Flow in Brain
- Ancient Buried Canyon Discovered in South Tibet
- Out of India: Finding Origins of Horses, Rhinos
- Handy Molecules for First Life On Earth
- People Ate Mammoth; Dogs Got Reindeer
- Giant Gas Streamer in Galactic Center?
- Life's Extremists: Source of Antibacterial ...
- How the Hummingbird Achieves Aerobatic Feats
- Extreme Longevity: No Genes Significantly Linked
- Sun's Rotating 'Magnet' Pulls Lightning
- Estimating The Magnetic Field of an Exoplanet
- Why Some People May Be Immune to HIV-1: Clues
- Prehistoric Farming On the 'Roof of the World'
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- Declining Loneliness Among American Teenagers
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- Suicide Risk Falls After Talk Therapy
- Quitting Cigarettes Tougher for Heavy-Drinkers
- Treating Brain Injuries: Bone Marrow Stem Cells
- Robotic Walker Assists With Physiotherapy
- Hidden Crisis of Violence Against Women and Girls
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- Epidemic Spreading; Neurodegenerative Progression
- Security Risk: We Ignore Online Warnings
Only Half of Patients Take Their Medications as Prescribed: Are There Interventions That Will Help Them?
Wheat in Diet: Study on Health Impact of Wheat Challenges Stone Age Myths and Costly Diets, Providing You Go Whole Grain
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- Jogging Keeps You Young
- Dominant People Can Be Surprisingly Social
- How Are Sunlight, Nearsightedness in Kids Linked?
- Hand Dryers Spread Bacteria in Public Toilets
- What's Behind Music Tastes? Common Perceptions
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- Half of Patients Don't Take Meds as Prescribed
- Bad Marriage, Broken Heart?
- Wheat Beneficial for Majority of People
Lighting Up Tumors: Fluorescent Nanoprobe Could Become a Universal, Noninvasive Method to Identify and Monitor Tumors
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- Scientists Do Glass a Solid: How It Becomes ...
- The Physics of Fizziness
- Tropical Inspiration for an Icy Problem
- The Secret of Dragonflies' Flight
- 'Mind the Gap' Between Atomically Thin Materials
- Fluorescent Nanoprobe: ID Tumors Noninvasively
- Easier Production of Electrodes, Display Screen
- Impact of Power Prosthetic Failures On Amputees
- Cochlear Implants, MRI: Risk of Adverse Events
- It's Filamentary: Galaxies Evolve in Cosmic Web
- The Riddle of the Missing Stars
- Unravelling the Mystery of Gamma-Ray Bursts
- Exotic Object: Mega Star or Kicked Black Hole?
- Rosetta Continues Into Its Full Science Phase
- Spooky Alignment of Quasars Across Universe
- Geologic Maps of Asteroid from Dawn Mission
- Physicists Suggest New Way to Detect Dark Matter
- Why Didn't Universe Collapse After Big Bang?
- Asteroid Vesta: History of Large Impacts
- End to End 5G for Super, Superfast Mobile
- When Vaccines Are Imperfect: What Math Tells Us
- Tomorrow's Degradable Electronics
- Gut Metabolites and Gastrointestinal Illness
- Using Video Games to Improve Lazy Eye
- Social Sensing Game Detects Classroom Bullies
- Computer AI: Alternative to Turing Test Proposed
- A 3-D, Talking Map for the Blind (And Everyone)
- Gamification for Behavior Change
- Computerized Cognitive Training: Modest Benefits
- Fiddler Crab Migrating North: Climate Change?
- Primates Key to Regeneration of Tropical Forests
- Parents Do Not Defend Their Offspring at All Cost
- GPS Collars Show How Leopards Live With People
- Natural Resistance Gene Against Spruce Budworm
- Polyethylene Mulch, Glazing: Soil Solarization
- Vermicompost Leachate Improves Tomato Growth
- Cohesin: Molecule Safeguards Cell Division
- Regulatory Mechanism for Cell Division Found
- 3-D Model of Regulator Protein Bax Developed
- Damage Caused by Geothermal Probes Is Rare
- Erosion May Trigger Earthquakes
- Synched Weather Data Unlocks Antarctic Secrets
- Severe Event: Nuclear Reactor Fuel Behavior
- China's New 'Great Wall' Not So Great?
- Salinity Counts When It Comes to Sea Level
- Darwin 2.0: New Theory On Speciation, Diversity
- Mediterranean Meteorological Tide Increasing
- Permafrost: Greenhouse Gases in Last Ice Age
- Roman Goldmines Discovered in Spain
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Surviving an Ice Age: Mammals Didn't Play by the Rules of Modeling on Where They Migrated to Survive Last Ice Age
A Bird's-Eye View of the Protein Universe: First Global Picture of the Evolutionary Origins of Proteins
Jurassic Climate of Large Swath of Western U.S. Was More Complex Than Previously Known: Unexpected Abrupt Change from Arid to Wet
- Little Ice Age Was Global, Research Shows
- Prehistoric Landslide Rivals Largest Ever Known
- Seed Dormancy Existed 360 Million Years Ago
- Ancient Genetics: Fins, Limbs and More
- Ancient New Zealand 'Dawn Whale' Identified
- Ice Age: Mammals Didn't Play by Climate Rules
- Were Neanderthals Sub-Species of Modern Humans?
- A Bird's-Eye View of the Protein Universe
- Jurassic Climate of Western U.S. Was Complex
- Viking Fortress Discovery: Archaeological Dating
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- Identifying Onset of Local Influenza Outbreaks
- Terrorist Attacks Decrease Fertility Levels?
- Complex Jobs May Protect Memory Later in Life
- Camera Traps Identify Problem Tigers in India
- Preparing for an Energy-Constrained Future
- It Pays to Have an Eye for Emotions
- Stroke: Why We Need Newer Blood-Thinning Agents
- ADHD Global Surge: More Marketing Than Medicine
- Men: Job Authority Decreases Depression Symptoms
- Verbal Abuse in the Workplace: Men and Women?
- Small Landscape Changes Help Endangered Species
- Trial and Error Get It Right, Model Suggests
- Obesity-Related Work Absences: 'Financial Drain'
- Black Walnuts: Disease Could Be Costly
- Mothers Nurture Emotions in Girls Over Boys?
- Looking Healthy More Important Than Smart?
- Political Correctness Pumps Up Productivity
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Training Can Lead to Synesthetic Experiences: Does Learning the 'Color Of' Specific Letters Boost IQ?
- Education: Empowering, but Risks of Overwork
- Synesthesia Can Be Learned: Boosts IQ?
- 'Smart' Drugs Won't Make Smart People Smarter
- Self-Inflation Harms Kids' School Relationships
- Sleep Later as Teens Age: Later School Start?
- School Lunches: Better Nutrition Than Packed?
- Transitions Between States of Matter: Complex
- Links Between Grammar, Rhythm Explored
- Dance Choreography Aids Computational Skills?
- Fun and Games Make for Better Learners