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- Voyager: 'Tsunami Wave' Through Space Goes On
- Reshaping the Horse Through Millennia
- Unraveling the Light of Fireflies
- Abundance of Microplastics in World's Deep Seas
- Thumbs-Up for Mind-Controlled Robotic Arm
- Big-Data Analysis Reveals Gene Sharing in Mice
- Data Underscore Severity of California Drought
- Recurring Meteor Shower on Mercury?
- DNA Sheds Light On Why Largest Lemurs Died Out
- How Brain Can Distinguish Good from Bad Smells
- Feeling Young? Lower Early Death Rate
- Wolves Discriminate Quantities Better Than Dogs
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Scientists Open New Frontier of Vast Chemical 'Space': As Proof-of-Principle, the Team Makes Dozens of New Chemical Entities
- New Frontier of Vast Chemical 'Space'
- Calls to Poison Centers: Common, Emerging Threats
- How Cancer Cells Break Free to Spread in Body
- Unpacking Brain Damage in ALS
- Two Knock-Out Punches to Glioblastoma Cells
- Class of Synthetic Molecules Mimics Antibodies
- Ampute Controls Two Modular Prosthetic Limbs
- Novel Insights Into Pathogen Behavior
- Heat Boosts Phthalates from Crib Mattress Covers
- Mistletoe Could Fight Obesity-Related Liver ...
Kids' Cartoon Characters Twice as Likely to Die as Counterparts in Films for Adults: Content on a Par With 'Rampant Horrors' of Popular Films
- Certainty in Our Choices Often a Matter of Time
- Women Are More Empathetic Toward Their Partner
- Personality Outsmarts Intelligence at School
- Firearm Violence Trends in the 21st Century
- Bugs Life: Nerve Cells Make Locusts ‘Gang Up'
- Electronic Cigarettes Aid Smoking Cessation?
- Growing Shortage of Stroke Specialists in U.S.
- Are We Programmed to Make Bad Decisions?
- Kids' Cartoon Characters Twice as Likey to Die
- How Information Moves Between Cultures
- Youth Get Too Much Caffeine from Energy Drinks
- Problem With Using Material Goods to Control Kids
- People Trust Typical-Looking Faces Most
- Teens: Use of Alcohol, Tobacco, Some Drugs Down
- Teens: E-Cigarettes Surpass Tobacco Cigarettes
- Sex After Heart Attack: Did You Get Counseling?
- Heart Disease Risk: Age at First Menstrual Cycle
- Farmers' Markets: Presence of Salmonella, E. Coli
- Cake or Carrots? Timing May Decide What You Eat
- Understanding Risks of Unnecessary Antibiotics
- Researchers' Recipe: Cook Farm Waste Into Energy
- Better Focus at the Micro World
- Gothic Cathedrals Blend Iron and Stone
- Smart Window Tints and Powers Itself
- Are Video Gaming Systems a Safe Christmas ...
- Reducing Radiation Exposure for Medical Workers
- The Simplest Element: Turning Hydrogen Into ...
- Carbon-Trapping 'Sponges' Cut Greenhouse Gases
- Tracing Nanoparticles from Plants to Caterpillars
- Modeling Big Bang and Quark Gluon Plasma
- 'Perfect Storm' Quenching Star Formation
- The Hot Blue Stars of Messier 47
- Higgs Boson: Piece of Matter-Antimatter Puzzle?
- What Caused Mars' Atmosphere Loss?
- Stretched-Out Solid Exoplanets
- Prospects of Understanding Dark Matter
- Measuring the Cosmos Using Real Data
- Uncovering Origins of Life-Supporting Planets
- Swarms of Pluto-Size Objects Kick Up Dust
- Interstellar Mystery Solved by Supercomputers
Researchers Generate Tunable Photon-Pair Spectrum Using Room-Temperature Quantum Optics Silicon Chip
- Social Media, Behavioral Psychology: HIV Testing
- First Steps for Hector the Robot Stick Insect
- Tunable Photon-Pair Spectrum Generated
- 3-D Printing the 'Greenest' Christmas Tree
- VIrtual Bodyswapping Cuts Negative Biases
- Lead Islands in a Sea of Graphene
- Mathematicians Prove Umbral Moonshine Conjecture
- Algorithm Identifies Genetic Changes In Cancers
- Fraud-Proof Credit Cards With Quantum Physics
- Control of Shape of Light and Quantum Internet
- Ancient, Hydrogen-Rich Waters Deep Inside Earth
- National Model of Restoration: Nine Mile Run
- Asteroid Ended Dinosaurs: Mammals, Close Call
- Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome: Broccoli?
- Predicting Antibiotic Resistance
- Research Shows Jaws Didn't Kill His Cousin
- Bacterial Resistance to Natural Antibiotics
- Sense of Smell Uses Fast Dynamics to Encode Odors
- World Hunger: Returning Crops to Wild State?
- Crohn's: Gut Bacteria Influenced by Your Genes?
Ancient Earth May Have Made Its Own Water: Rock Circulating in Mantle Feeds World's Oceans Even Today, Evidence Suggests
Damming Beavers Are Slowly Changing the World: Growing Beaver Population Affecting Methane Gas Emissions
- Colorado River Delta: Engineered Pulse of Water
- Extreme Weather Strongly Influences Wildfire
- Great Lakes Pollution: Land, Rivers Big Factors
- Did Ancient Earth 'Make' Its Own Water?
- Global CO2 Emissions: New All-Time Record
- Ice Age Thaw Signaled 1,000 Years Before
- Glacier Beds Slippery at High Sliding Speeds
- Lighter Planes Using Composite Materials
- Damming Beavers Are Slowly Changing the World
- Cost of Cloud Brightening for Cooler Planet
Discovery of Official Clay Seals Support Existence of Biblical Kings David and Solomon, Archaeologists Say
Back to Future With Roman Architectural Concrete: Advanced Light Source Reveals Key to Longevity of Imperial Roman Monuments
Past Global Warming Similar to Today's: Size, Duration Were Like Modern Climate Shift, but in Two Pulses
- Commensal Bacteria Shaped Early Human Populations
- Clay Seals Tied to Biblical Kings David, Solomon
- Dental Plaque Shows Prehistoric Easter ...
- Key to Longevity of Imperial Roman Monuments
- Evidence of Viking/Norse Metalworking in Arctic
- Past Global Warming Similar to Today's
- The History of King David
- Hox Cluster Found in Crown of Thorns Starfish
- Agriculture Origins Could Shape Future of Food
- Chickens, Turkeys Closer to Dinosaurs
- Ebola Virus Spreads in Social Clusters
- Political Extremists and Cognitive Bias
- Why Lifespans Vary More Among African-Americans
- Climate Policy Pledges Fall Short of 2°C
- Attitudes to Climate Change Depend On 'Belonging'
- Want to Distract Someone? Make a Face
- Neighborhood Designs Can Cut Carbon Emissions
- Reporting On Genetics Can Mislead Public
- Study Supports Theory That Men Are Idiots
- Home On the Range: Cattle Ranching in the Amazon
- Introverts Can Shape Co-Workers' Career Success
- Many Workers Sacrificing Sleep for Work, Commutes
- Internet Congestion and Net Neutrality Debate
- Wealth, Power at Heart of Many Mental Disorders
- Evaluating the Social Cost of Carbon
- Women: Occupational Sitting Linked to Obesity
- Virtual Money: User's Identity Easily Revealed
- Entrepreneurs Are Not Corporate Rebels
- Men: Job Authority Decreases Depression Symptoms
- It Pays to Have an Eye for Emotions
- Cognitive Effects of Poverty Can Be Mitigated
- Distraction, If Consistent, Doesn't Harm Learning
- Ideals May Play Role in Knowledge Formation
- Heavier Newborns Show Academic Edge in School
- Mean Boys, Not Mean Girls, Rule at School
- Education Is Key to Climate Adaptation
- Elderly Brains Learn, but Maybe Too Much
- Experts Put Focus On School Breakfasts, Lunches
- Education: Empowering, but Risks of Overwork
- Social Sensing Game Detects Classroom Bullies