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Weirdness in Cosmic Web of the Universe: Faint Strings of Galaxies in 'Empty' Space Arranged in Way Never Before Seen
Mongol Empire Rode Wave of Mild Climate, but Warming Now May Be Tipping Region Into Unparalleled Drought
Two-Dimensional Material Shows Promise for Optoelectronics: LEDs, Photovoltaic Cells, and Light Detectors
- A Shocking Diet: Microbe 'Eats' Electricity
- Death Stars Blast Planets Before They Even Form
- Cosmic Web: Strings of Galaxies In 'Empty' Space
- Did First Animals Oxygenate Earth's Oceans?
- Four New Ozone Depleting Gases in Atmosphere
- Early Universe Galaxies Mature Beyond Their ...
- Possible Evidence for Dark Matter Particle
- European Looks Changed Over Past 5,000 Years
- Mongol Empire Rode Wave of Mild Climate
- Volcanoes Helped Species Survive Ice Ages
- Some Cancer Drugs Induce Stem Cell Tumors
- Outside the Body Our Memories Fail Us
- How Light Affects Our Brain's Performance
- Thinnest LEDs Stronger, More Energy Efficient
- 2-D Material Shows Promise for Optoelectronics
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- U.S.: Cocaine Use Down, Marijuana Use Up
- Preterm Delivery: Healthy Eating May Reduce Risk
- Smokers' Brains Biased Against Bad Smoking Images
- Dropped Toast? Five-Second Food Rule Exists
- Lower IQ and Unfit? Higher Dementia Risk
- Bacterial Secretion: Antibiotic Resistance Clues
- Leukemia Gene: Childhood Growth Disorder Link
- Blood Test for Cognitive Decline, Alzheimer's?
- Stem Cells and the Undiscovered World of Biology
Infants Using Known Verbs to Learn New Nouns: Before Infants Begin to Talk in Sentences, They Are Paying Careful Attention to Conversations
- Can the Blind 'Hear' Colors, Shapes?
- Pain and 'Pregnancy' Hormones
- Tiny Delay Improves Decision-Making Accuracy
- Spite: The Dark Side of Fair Play
- Anti-Psychotic Meds Offer Hope for Brain Cancer
- Alzheimer's: Damage Before Symptoms Appear
- Infants Using Known Verbs to Learn New Nouns
- Perception of Quakes: Activity Not Location
- Heard and Read Language Processed Differently
- Osteoarthritis: Talking-Therapy Treatments?
- Pre-Term Birth Leads to Higher Risk of Asthma
- BPA Linked to Breast Cancer Tumor Growth
- Vitamin D Increases Breast Cancer Survival
- Obese Adolescents Not Getting Enough Sleep?
- Some People Really Just Don't Like Music
- Preschoolers Can Do Algebra Naturally
- E-Cigarettes: Gateway to Nicotine Addiction
- Higher Levels of Omega-3 in Diet: Better Sleep
- Heart Failure Unknowns a Roadblock to Health
- Addressing the Rapid Increase in Cesarean Births
Mapping Behavior of Charges in Correlated Spin-Orbit Coupled Materials: Electronic Disruption Prods Mott Insulator's Conversion to Metallic State
- Rural Biomass Power Plants Stabalize Power Grid
- Turing's Theory of Chemical Morphogenesis
- W. Virginia Spill: Effects of Chemicals?
- Synthetic Biology: Genetic Circuit Analysis
- Alaska the Last Frontier ... Not for Long
- Alps: Microwave Radar Monitors Sliding Slopes
- Biomolecular Tweezers to Study Cells, Proteins
- Mapping Spin-Orbit Coupled Materials
- 'Super Bacteria' Clean Up After Oil Spills
- Atomically Thin Flexible Solar Cells
- Van Allen Probes: Improving Space Weather Models
- Survey Finds Thousands of Stars, No 'Planet X'
- Mystery of Planet-Forming Disks: Magnetism
- Plasma Plumes Shields Earth from Solar Storms
- Icy Wreckage in Nearby Planetary System
- Storing Rocket Fuel in Space for Future Missions
- Hubble Witnesses an Asteroid Disintegrating
- Catalog of Massive Stars Created
- New Robotic Refueling Technologies Tested
- Small Step Toward Discovering Habitable Earths
Crystals Ripple in Response to Light: First Propagating Surface Phonon Polaritons in a Van Der Waals Crystal
- Computer System Simulates Tax Evaders
- Smartphones Become 'Eye-Phones'
- Software Analyzes Apps for Malicious Behavior
- Squeezing Light Into Metals Using Printer
- Crystals Ripple in Response to Light
- Future Electronics: Super-Efficient Hard Drives
- Computers to 'See' Neurons Shed Light On Brain
- Computer Processors Power Efficiency Increased
- Computer Tool: Insight Into Biological Processes
- Drummer Turns Into Three-Armed Cyborg
Light Pollution Impairs Rainforest Regeneration: Seed-Dispersing Bats Avoid Feeding in Light Polluted Areas
In Grasslands Remade by Humans, Animals May Protect Biodiversity: Grazers Let in the Light, Rescue Imperiled Plants
- Light Pollution Impairs Rainforest Regeneration
- Impersonating Poisonous Prey: Gradual Evolution
- Urban Lawn Care Habits Vary a Lot
- Predation On Invertebrates Ups Carbon Capture
- Renewable Sources: Artificial Scents and Flavors
- Sensory Signals Draw Mosquitoes in for a Bite
- Conservation: Evolutionary Distances No Shortcut
- Grazing Animals May Protect Biodiversity
- New Tool to Unravel Mysteries of Metastasis
- Deer Disrupt a Forest's Natural Growth
- New Light Shed On Changing Greenland Ice
- 'Dirty' Air Weakens Hurricanes and Cyclones
- Sun Affects 1,000 Years of Climate Variability
- Climate Change Affects Shrimp, Sardine Markets
- Making Fuels Through Artificial Photosynthesis
- That Sinking Feeling: Radar to Foresee Sinkholes
- European Badgers Moving Long Distances?
- Urbanization Exposes Cities to Seismic Risk
- Effect of Biomass Burning On Marine Ecosystems
- Traffic Air Pollution: Changes in Heart Structure
- Ancient Funerary Art: Therapy for Bereaved
- Ancient Pacific Settlers' Diet: Mostly Foraging
- New Dino: Europe's Largest Terrestrial Predator?
- Pigment or Bacteria? Color in Fossil Feathers
- Astronomy and the Shadows of Petra
- New Fins Evolve Repeatedly in Teleost Fishes
- Sea-Level Rise Threatens World Heritage Sites
- Fossil: 160-Million-Year-Old Doahugou Biota
- How Apes and Humans Evolved Side by Side
- Pre-Columbian City: America's First Melting Pot
Increasing Homogeneity of World Food Supplies Warns of Serious Implications for Farming and Nutrition
- Gizmos: Preschoolers Outsmart College Students
- Japan's Mega-Earthquake Left Mark On Survivors
- Animal Behavior: Love or Kill Thy Neighbor?
- Human Activity and Beach Bacterial Diversity
- Long-Lasting Ring Works Against HIV, Pregnancy
- Telling Smokers 'Why' to Quit Better Than 'How'
- New School Meal Standards Mean Kids Eat Better
- Blasts: Brain Injury Even Without Symptoms?
- Mental Health Risk in the Army: New Report
- All Eating Same Food: Implications for Farming
- Using Treadmill While Working Boosts Productivity
- Google Glass Could Stop Public Health Threats
- Warning: Your Open-Plan Office Can Make You Ill
- Portable Hydrogen Fuel Cell for Honolulu Port
- What's It Take to Heal Disaster-Ravaged Forest?
- Will Plug-In Cars Crash the Electric Grid?
- NY Leads in State Efforts to End Ivory Trade
- Sustainable Manufacturing Systems and Humans
- Sociable Robots: Rise of Compliant Machines
- Traders: Stress Hormones Linked to Market Crises
Why Breastfed Babies Are So Smart: Moms Who Breastfeed Are Often Responsive and Read to Their Babies
Virtual Computer-Based World an Effective Learning Environment for Healthcare Education, Study Shows
The Musical Brain: Novel Study of Jazz Players Shows Common Brain Circuitry Processes Both Music, Language
- Zoos, Aquariums Do Teach Us About Biodiversity
- Education Attenuates Impact of TBI On Cognition
- Can App Make Life Easier for Kids With ADHD?
- Older Fathers: Psychiatric Problems in Kids?
- Study Shows Why Breastfed Babies Are So Smart
- Online Training Effective for Healthcare: Study
- Autism Definition May Cut Diagnosis by One Third
- Will Legalization Raise High School Pot Use?
- Brain Circuitry Processes Both Music, Language
- Teen Prescription Drug Abuse: Programs to Help