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1 CES: When to Buy New Consumer Electronics
2 'Extinct' Galapagos Tortoise Turns Up on Distant Island
3 A Snake Named Matilda: New Species in Tanzania
4 Dutch Court Orders Companies to Block Pirate Bay
5 Mars-Bound NASA Rover Aiming for an August Landing
6 Ahead of the Bell: Cos. Can Bid for Internet Names
7 Farmers Sue Jon Corzine Over Missing Millions
8 US Military Rescues Iranian Sailors, Again
9 'Crazy' Outcome for Woman Seeking Free Sperm
10 Could Your Personality Be Making You Fat?
11 Marijuana Smoke Not as Damaging as Tobacco, Says Study
12 Many US Communities Are Blocking Medical Marijuana
13 Cooking With...Marijuana? Cookbook A Sign of Changing Attitudes
14 California Marijuana Dispensary Trades Pot for Food to Feed the Hungry
15 'Doomsday' ticks closer to midnight
16 Warmer nests make smarter lizards
17 Ice age unlikely to occur this millennia
18 Confiscated bushmeat 'poses virus threat'
19 Is Africa's wildlife being eaten to extinction?
20 Illegal bushmeat 'rife in Europe'
21 'El Gordo' is largest distant galaxy cluster ever seen
22 Doomsday Clock moves one minute closer to midnight
23 Iran car explosion kills nuclear scientist in Tehran
24 Sofia flying observatory shares its unique cosmic view
25 Rio looks to the future
26 CES 2012: 3D printer makers' rival visions of future
27 Crested macaque monkeys follow friends before family
28 Dark matter images reveal widest view of dark mystery
29 Electric cars' future continues to remain unpredictable
30 Twinkies-maker Hostess Brands files for Chapter 11
31 Orange juice prices hit record
32 Pakistan army warns PM Gilani over criticisms
33 Ten 100-year predictions that came true
34 Skyscrapers 'linked with impending financial crashes'
35 Breastfed babies 'are more cranky and cry more'
36 Alaska snow and ice cuts off Cordova and Nome
37 A sex addict's cold turkey
38 Norway police interview UK man over Skype child death
39 Twitter unhappy about Google's social search changes
40 Virgin Media to double the speed of customer broadband
41 Intel Medfield chip on Motorola and Lenovo smartphones
42 Google persuades Spanish bank BBVA to use the cloud
43 School ICT to be replaced by computer science programme
44 Web domains to get major overhaul with custom names
45 Oxford City sack Lee Steele for homophobic tweet
46 CES 2012 diary: Vegas baby! Time to fight for attention
47 PIP breast implants: Harley Medical Group will not replace implants
48 Steve Jobs' successor Tim Cook highest paid CEO
49 Justin Timberlake announces MySpaceTV at CES 2012
50 Doomsday clock 1 minute closer to midnight
51 Really? Microsoft CES keynote goes auto-tune, has Tweet choir
52 Google adds more personal touch to search
53 Gorilla Glass, Ultrabooks rule on day 1 of CES 2012
54 Microsoft's CES swan song falls flat
55 Newest tick of the "Doomsday Clock" awaited
56 Israel vows to go after Saudi teen hacker
57 Tebow mania overwhelms Twitter
58 Scenes from CES 2012, as told through Instagram
59 Mrs. Obama: Tired of 'angry black woman' stereotype
60 Family of otters chase a butterfly
61 Michelle Obama: No tension with husband's aides
62 Facebook: 5 people never to friend from work
63 Microsoft "avoid ghetto" patent sparks controversy
64 Study: Most women fake orgasms- but why?
65 In praise of sales women of "a certain age"
66 Orange juice fungicide concern may spike prices
67 Who are you and why are you hiding from customers?
68 Why we should thank the 1%
69 Twinkies maker Hostess Inc. files for bankruptcy
70 Should you use a hands-free PowerPoint controller?
71 The entrepreneurial lure--should you bite?
72 Weird real estate: Oddly shaped houses
73 Small Prius C completes Toyota's family of hybrids
74 Does a winning college football team make you dumber?
75 Ultrabooks won't help the laptop industry
76 Start a business while you work for others
77 U.S. ship rescues Iranians at sea--again
78 Obama holds job creation forum with executives
79 Marijuana might not harm lungs, but experts leery of other effects
80 Is smoking marijuana bad for your lungs?
81 The Challenges of Building A House on Mars
82 Preparing for human exploration of Mars by measuring background radiation
83 Mars explorers will include women, experts say
84 U.S. institute wraps up data collection in Russian Mars 520-day mission simulation
85 Moscow's Mars pioneers hail success, gripe at space rations
86 Scientists searching for Earth-type planets should consider two-star system
87 Wanted: Habitable Moons
88 Subaru's Sharp Eye Confirms Signs of Unseen Planets in the Dust Ring of HR 4796 A
89 New Exo planets raise questions about the evolution of stars
90 Two new Earth-sized exoplanets discovered
91 Exo planets that survived red giant stage found
92 When galaxy clusters collide
93 Chandra Finds Largest Galaxy Cluster in Early Universe
94 New Star Cluster W3A Images Captured by SOFIA Observatory
95 Russia was well aware of Phobos-Grunt mission risks
96 Failed Russian space probe to fall
97 Meteorite Shock Waves Trigger Dust Avalanches on Mars
98 Herschel and Spitzer See Stardust In Nearby Galaxies
99 NASA Radar to Study Most Active Volcano On Hawaii
100 ORBCOMM Announces Launch of VesselSat2
101 Association of Old Crows Recognizes the Dangers of Persistent GPS Interference
102 China's satellite navigation system will meet both civil and defense needs
103 Mirror Casting Event for the Giant Magellan Telescope
104 European Radio Astronomy Leaps into Future with RadioNet3
105 Fermi Space Telescope Explores New Energy Extremes
106 Stars Have Found a New Way to Die
107 Swift Finds a Gamma-Ray Burst With a Dual Personality
108 Giant star explosion casts light on distant galaxies
109 VLT Observations of Gamma-ray Burst Reveal Surprising Ingredients of Early Galaxies
110 600 Mysteries in the Night Sky
111 The brightest gamma ray on Earth makes for safer world
112 UBC astronomers help map the universe's dark matter at unprecedented scale
113 Astronomers reach new frontiers of dark matter
114 New Sub-mm Camera Reveals Dark Side of Universe
115 One Promising Puzzle Piece for Confirming Dark Matter Now Seems Unlikely Fit
116 Physicists set strongest limit on mass of dark matter
117 Newly found dwarf galaxies could help reveal the nature of dark matter
118 German scientists ready for the hunt on dark energy
119 Dark Matter Mystery Deepens
120 'Dark energy' targeted in European space mission
121 Gamma-ray bursts shed light on the nature of dark energy
122 RXTE Helps Pinpoint Launch of Bullets in Black Hole Jet
123 Ball Aerospace Submits Cryogenic Propellant Storage Mission Concept to NASA
124 Rocket pioneer Lowell Randall dies
125 ARISSat-1/KEDR amateur radio satellite deorbits
126 High-tech gadget show opens doors in Vegas
127 India lags China in research, complains PM
128 Russia hints at foul play in its space failures
129 Orion Drop Test--Jan. 06, 2012
130 'Greeley Haven' is Winter Workplace for Mars Rover
131 New Computer Model Explains Lakes and Storms on Titan
132 Fifty-Seven Student Rocket Teams to Take NASA Launch Challenge
133 Photographing the International Space Station from Your Own Backyard
134 ISS Team Undertakes 'EPIC' Event
135 China launches Ziyuan III satellite
136 China's space ambitions ally glory with pragmatism
137 Getting ready for challenges of space
138 Astro Aerospace Completes CDA of Reflector Boom Assembly for SMAP Mission
139 Ice data at your fingertips
140 First ever direct measurement of the Earth's rotation
141 NASA Studies Vegetation Canopy Water Content, Soil Moisture
142 China launches high-resolution remote-sensing satellite
143 Satellites can help to grow the perfect grape
144 China to launch country's first high-resolution mapping satellite for civil purposes
145 SMOS detects freezing soil as winter takes grip
146 Study Shows More Shrubbery in a Warming World
147 Stormy Skies and Garden Worlds
148 SpaceX To Be First To Use Solar Panels On A Manned US Spacecraft
149 Europe's Vega rocket launch set for early February
150 Stephen Hawking misses 70th birthday event in his honour