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1 Ancient Canals Discovered in Heart of Mesa, east of Phoenix
2 Archaeological evidence of a Roman villa in Ceredigion
3 Indus civilisation reveals its volumetric system
4 Evidence of Lincolnshire's first pub
5 Were rats behind Easter Island mystery?
6 Incas Practiced Ritual Decapitation of Enemies, Archaeologists Say
7 Quest to find out what the Romans dropped down the drain
8 What killed Ohio's earliest dwellers?
9 Evidence for kings David and Solomon
10 Artifacts from the Cascades give scientists a window on human activity in the area thousands of years ago
11 Ancient pond remains found in Japan
12 Indus Valley's Bronze Age civilisation 'had first sophisticated financial exchange system'
13 Water Pipeline of Peter the First Epoch Discovered under Moscow
14 Archaeologists Find pre-Columbian Cemetery in Costa
15 New Technology Reveals Extent of Early Hawaiian Agricultural Systems
16 Cerne Abbas Giant: is he older than we thought?
17 The Vanished Army: Solving an Ancient Egyptian Mystery
18 Ancient Weapons Dug Up by Archaeologists in England
19 Shangri-La Caves Yield Treasures, Skeletons
20 SHANGRI-LA CAVE PICTURES: Art, Texts, Bones Revealed
21 Early Humans May Have Been Hobbits, Scientists Say
22 Bulgaria Archaeologists Present Unique Thracian Tomb Finds
23 Historic shipwreck discovered
24 Dominican archaeologist closes in on Cleopatra, top Egyptologist says
25 New archeological sites found after American Samoa tsunami
26 How Humanlike Was "Ardi"?
27 Crews search for Civil War history
28 Copper plate inscription throws new light on Alupas
29 Sophisticated hunters not to blame for driving mammoths to extinction
30 Archaeologists Discover Unique Ancient Rhyton in South-Eastern Bulgaria
31 Ancient Greek worshippers showed inclination towards the Sun
32 So that's what the Romans gave us--more historic camps than anywhere
33 Digital map reveals Israeli archaeology
34 Hadrian's Academy unearthed?
35 Hunters' remains earliest known
36 Proof of activity 3,000 yrs ago
37 Death certificate is imprinted on the Shroud of Turin, says Vatican scholar
38 Hammurabi Seal Discovered
39 Floods hit UK as nation suffers heaviest rainfall on record
40 Sea levels threaten 250,000 homes
41 Labor solar scheme burns sugar industry
42 Surgeons happy with progress of conjoined twins operation
43 UV warning for scientists in Antarctica
44 Baby boomers bounce badly into old age
45 Traffic cameras used to harass and limit movement of peaceful protestors
46 Activists repeatedly stopped and searched as police officers 'mark' cars
47 Taste Test: natto, gooey fermented soy beans
48 Saturday Morning Science Experiment: Microwave Lava
49 Photographs of residents in their tiny flats in Hong Kong's oldest public housing estate
50 Matt Logue's "Empty Los Angeles" photography book
51 Mishap at the Electrical Substation
52 Rats in the urban ecology
53 Cigar box ukulele kit
54 The amateur scientist (that's us)
55 What does it take to save a species? Sometimes, high-voltage power wires
56 In battle to save hemlocks, hope rests on a beetle
57 Bangladeshi mom wants twins to stay in Australia
58 Researcher says she's proved authenticity of Shroud of Turin
59 Asian carp may have breached electronic barrier
60 Measure to change U. of Neb. stem-cell rule fails
61 Cosmonaut says Russia falling behind in space race
62 Ancient, boar-like crocodile among 3 new species found
63 Solar electric system put in service in West Tenn.
64 Flying reptile was configured like sailing boat
65 How Galileo's spy glass upended science
66 Earthquake tool can monitor hurricanes
67 Wastepaper could be biofuel source
68 Cosmic rays speed up tree growth
69 Gamma-ray burst is the most distant object ever observed
70 Fibre boosts immune system, study finds
71 New probe to help predict extreme weather
72 Kilimanjaro snow may vanish in 20 years
73 Astronomers see universe's cosmic skeleton
74 Volcanic activity could split Africa
75 Vast stars fed biggest black holes
76 Peckish bird briefly downs atom smasher
77 Tiny mutation led to human speech
78 NASA debunks 2012 apocalypse myths
79 New type of supernova lacks "oomph"
80 Ocean acidification impacts coastal rivers
81 'Crikey steveirwini' is new species of snail
82 Denmark seeks climate breakthrough as clock ticks to showdown
83 Climate change damaging the deep sea
84 Outlandish planet has wonky orbit
85 COSMOS wins Magazine of the Year
86 Why failed HIV vaccine increased infection
87 U.N. finally draws link between population bomb and climate change
88 Video shows massive star forming
89 Dispute Finder: Making the call on Web 'facts'
90 NASA's IBEX finds mysterious ribbon at edge of solar system
91 Plants and wasps are smarter than you think
92 The future of college may be virtual
93 Augustine report: tough choices ahead on human spaceflight
94 Symphonies gingerly embrace digital performers
95 How to keep track of climate change
96 For some 500 million users, Skype turns their PC into a phone.
97 Pilots distracted by laptops? Not in cockpits of the future.
98 How astronomers fill in uncharted areas of the universe
99 Electric SUVs: A smaller footprint for big vehicles
100 National World War II Museum: Bringing the battle to life
101 Dream of solar sailing in space lives on in new project
102 Should you buy refurbished electronics?
103 How much water is on the moon?
104 Why Web widgets will invade your TV
105 Bing: Google gets some real competition
106 The Unfortunate Sex Life of the Banana
107 Steely-Eyed Hydronauts of the Mariana
108 The Sea Change That's Challenging Biology's Central Dogma
109 Confusing Cues
110 20 Things You Didn't Know About...Sugar
111 Sauerkraut, Mustard, Relish, and (Slightly Increased Risk of) Cancer
112 How Invaders Break Through the Brain's Great Wall
113 The Era of Nanoparticle Drugs Begins With Erection Cream
114 Is Alzheimer's Like a Strange Form of Brain Cancer?
115 NASA unveils first images from revamped Hubble
116 IBM's Blue Gene Supercomputer Models a Cat's Entire Brain
117 X-Flex Blast Protection System
118 Mesmerizing, Isn't It?
119 The Pied Piper of Mucus
120 CERN Successfully Brings Large Hadron Collider Back Online
121 Yikes: Peruvian Jungle Gang Arrested for Selling Fat of Its Murder Victims
122 Steward Advanced Materials Thiol-SAMMS: The Toxin Terminator
123 Intel Wants Brain Implants in Its Customers' Heads by 2020
124 Mourning the Death of the Meta Media Experience
125 New Space Telescope Could Search for Both Exoplanets and Dark Energy
126 Thin Brains and Depression
127 Hawaiian Heat
128 Naps and Creativity
129 Unfiltered: Girls Vs. Boys At Math
130 How could they? Poop-munching apes prompt quest for answers
131 Blame game is "contagious"
132 Poop evidence exonerates humans in mammoth mystery
133 It's not an earthquake--it's an aftershock from long ago
134 Huge "hidden" Saturn ring found
135 Our oceans, extraterrestrial material?
136 For freeloader birds, careful counting is key
137 From chimps, new clues to language origins
138 Small "epidemic" may have killed Mozart
139 Lunar water "confirmed"
140 Monkeys live longer after eating lighter: study
141 Ants could inspire military strategies
142 Study turns pigeons into "art critics"
143 Language learning may start in womb
144 Do sex cells hold the secret to long life?
145 Drunken flies could pave way for alcoholism cure
146 It's not just chemical--it's the same chemicals, study suggests
147 Technology could cool the laptop
148 Multiple out-of-Africa migrations seen for early humans
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