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1 First of NASA's Grail gravity twins enters Moon orbit
2 A science news preview of 2012
3 U.S. rings in 2012 as world bids 2011 farewell
4 Some sobering advice about hangovers
5 Dead woman's holiday card arrives 11 years late
6 The New Year's Dropping of the Opossum
7 New Year Brings New Attacks on Evolution in Schools
8 The 10 Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2011
9 Top 10 Health & Happiness Lessons of 2011
10 2012 Outlook: Huge Quakes Not on the Rise
11 The Weirdest Stories of 2011
12 Digestive Acts of Sea Cucumbers May Be Dissolving Coral Reefs
13 How Not to Shoot Your Eye Out with a Champagne Cork
14 High-Fat Diet Injures the Brain, Rodent Study Reveals
15 5 Medical Advances Predicted for 2012
16 The New Year's Resolution We Should Be Making
17 Antarctic Mosses Record Conditions on the Icy Continent
18 What Glows Beneath: Illuminating the Mysteries of the Unseen
19 Tip of the Tongue: Humans May Taste at Least 6 Flavors
20 Sea Slug Offers Clues to Improving Long-Term Memory
21 Start the New Year Clearheaded: Tips to Avoid Hangovers
22 Supervolcanoes Won't Destroy Earth in 2012
23 7 Best Health Quotes of the Year
24 Why Women Report Being in Worse Health than Men
25 Bug Zapper-Inspired Researcher Finds Fluorescent Molecules
26 Seafloor "Bridges" Found to Span Earth's Deepest Trench
27 Lovers' Pipe Dreams Emerge from Jerusalem Excavation
28 Sea snails help scientists explore a possible way to enhance memory
29 Study uncovers a molecular 'maturation clock' that modulates branching architecture in tomato plants
30 Sunlight and bunker oil a fatal combination for Pacific herring
31 NOAA scientists: spilled oil unexpectedly lethal to fish embryos in shallow, sunlit waters
32 Frogs Use Calls to Find Mates with Matching Chromosomes, University of Missouri Researchers Find
33 Brave new world
34 Irikaitz archaeological site: only for the tenacious
35 Over 65 million years North American mammal evolution has tracked with climate change
36 Tracking Marine Debris from the Japanese Tsunami
37 Unhealthy eating: a new form of occupational hazard?
38 Oxidative DNA damage repair
39 Targeted blocking of cell death prevents fatal condition septic shock
40 Mutation in gene that's critical for human development linked to arrhythmia
41 Badwater Basin: Death Valley Microbe Thrives There
42 A new theory emerges for where some fish became 4-limbed creatures
43 Members of small monkey groups more likely to fight
44 Weather deserves medal for clean air during 2008 Olympics
45 Collaborative effort uncovers DNA duplications that may be responsible for genomic-based diseases
46 Scripps Research Scientists Discover a Brain Cell Malfunction in Schizophrenia
47 Microbial communities on skin affect humans' attractiveness to mosquitoes
48 Diet, nutrient levels linked to cognitive ability, brain shrinkage
49 Gene identified in increasing pancreatic cancer risk
50 Before sounding an alarm, chimps consider their audience
51 Don't put all your eggs in one basket--or all your horses on one pasture
52 Great apes make sophisticated decisions
53 I know something you don't know--and I will tell you!
54 Brain's Connective Cells Are Much More Than Glue
55 Elderly Can Be as Fast as Young in Some Brain Tasks, Study Shows
56 Children Don't Give Words Special Power to Categorize Their World
57 President Obama and leading GOP presidential candidate support health research
58 JSCM publishes revised International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury
59 Key to school improvement: reading, writing, arithmetic....... and character?
60 UC3M collaborates in the largest experiment in real time on cooperation in society
61 Scientists Fixate on Ric-8 to Understand Trafficking of Popular Drug Receptor Targets
62 Two-dimensional networks from boron acids: The art of molecular carpet-weaving
63 Graphene offers protection from intense laser pulses
64 Effervescent atomization spray: Understanding the modeling process
65 Temperature, entropy and protein binding
66 Another potential obstacle to developing an HIV vaccine
67 Perception of inappropriate care frequent among ICU workers
68 Diet patterns may keep brain from shrinking
69 Ovarian cancer study proves drug delays disease progression, may improve survival
70 Targeted therapy extends progression-free survival of patients with advanced ovarian cancer
71 An inside look at face transplantation
72 Netherlands mass gathering study finds substance abuse a small but significant problem
73 New clues as to why some older people may be losing their memory
74 UTSW research suggests new way to ensure effectiveness of TB treatment
75 Turn Down the iPod to Save Your Hearing
76 Study finds most paramedics are victims of abuse in the workplace
77 Breast Cancer Survivors Benefit From Practicing Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, MU Researchers Find
78 Van Andel Research Institute Findings Provide More Complete Picture of Kidney Cancer
79 New report highlights need for action on health in the aftermath of war
80 Poor sleep linked to increased health and behavior problems in young diabetics
81 Outside temperatures, sun exposure and gender may trigger glaucoma
82 Having epilepsy is not linked to committing violent crime
83 More information on trial site investigators needed
84 Study links quality of mother-toddler relationship to teen obesity
85 Women with celiac disease suffer from depression, disordered eating
86 Childhood Hypersensitivity Linked to OCD
87 To children (but not adults) a rose by any other name is still a rose
88 The perils of 'bite-size' science
89 People Don't Just Think with Their Guts; Logic Plays a Role Too
90 New synthetic molecules treat autoimmune disease in mice
91 Fire in the Library
92 Q&A: Edward Jung, CTO of Intellectual Ventures
93 Can We Build Tomorrow's Breakthroughs?
94 The Law of Online Sharing
95 The Year in Numbers
96 The Internet's Perilous New Year's Resolution
97 Google's Troubled Search for Valuable Patents
98 Opening Up the Patent Process
99 Dissent Made Safer
100 The Best Way to Leap China's Great Firewall
101 The Year in Materials
102 The Year in Computing
103 The Chinese Solar Machine
104 What If Electric Cars Were Better?
105 The Year in Energy
106 The Year on the Web
107 'Wikipedia of Maps' Challenges Google
108 Visualizing Asian Energy Consumption
109 Rumor: An Apple iTV in 2012?
110 'Sketching' Electronics with Conductive Ink [Video]
111 Exploding HP Printers Turn Out to Be Not So Explosive
112 First Demonstration of Time Cloaking
113 3-D Tech Helps Runners Heal, Improve
114 Tout's Analytics Hold Up a Mirror to Email Behaviors
115 Amazon Democratizes Supercomputing
116 Mims's Bits's Greatest Hits for 2011
117 Flying Windmills
118 Red: The Camera That Changed Hollywood
119 Medicine Needs Frugal Innovation
120 To Survive, Some Biofuels Companies Give Up on Biofuels
121 A Solar Trade War Could Put Us All in the Dark
122 The Death of Range Fuels Shouldn't Doom All Biofuels
123 Slow Going on Cellulosic Biofuels
124 The Mystery Behind Anesthesia