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1 Rare Tomb of Woman Found in Egypt Valley of Kings
2 King Tut: Egyptian Pharaoh's Burial May Have Been Rush Job
3 Who Needs Words? Crows? You? Wild Gorillas? Alison Krauss?
4 Zappos Says Customer Database Hacked
5 Weird Gadgets at CES: Motorized Unicycle, Anyone?
6 Hackers Disrupt Israel Airline, Stock Market Sites
7 Mystery Persists Over Russian Spacecraft Fall Site
8 China's Number of Web Users Rises to 513 Million
9 New TB Strain Resistant to All Drugs
10 A Portrait of Tuberculosis: Disease Still Kills 1.7M Per Year
11 Atlanta Hospital Employee Exposed Hundreds to Tuberculosis
12 Dallas Wiens Smiling 10 Months After Full Face Transplant
13 Louisiana Toddler Who Battled Disease Dies in Mother's Arms
14 The Dark Side of "Healthy" Wheat
15 Thylacine passes extinction test
16 Mars probe 'crashes into Pacific': military
17 Carbon dioxide affecting fish brains: study
18 Antarctic lake drilling mission edges closer
19 Phobos-Grunt: Failed probe 'falls over Pacific'
20 Volunteers wanted for planet hunt
21 South Africa Kruger park rhinos to get extra wardens
22 Alien hunters: What if ET ever phones our home?
23 Twenty top predictions for life 100 years from now
24 From marathons to mud running
25 Egyptian tomb holds singer Nehmes Bastet's remains
26 A budget and blowout guide to Chamonix
27 Cruise ship captain 'off course'
28 Jon Huntsman drops out of Republican presidential race
29 Golden Globes: The Artist wins three awards
30 Rupert Murdoch Sopa attack rebuffed by Google
31 Pakistan PM Gilani faces Supreme Court contempt order
32 Processed meat 'linked to pancreatic cancer'
33 Are apps the key to revolutionising autism learning?
34 Cruise ship captain 'off course'
35 Hampshire man describes Costa Concordia cruise ship panic
36 Costa Concordia sinking could cost Carnival $95m
37 Cruise ship captain 'off course'
38 Amazon-owned Zappos warns users after cyber-attack
39 Hackers spread malware via children's gaming websites
40 New cyber attack hits Israeli stock exchange and airline
41 Microchipped ID wristbands heading for UK festivals
42 CES 2012 Blippar 13 January diary: Organised chaos
43 London 2012: Mass gathering risks disease spreading
44 SOPA debate triggers Rupert Murdoch's "piracy leader" accusation of Google
45 Dale Carnegie wins friends in a digital age
46 Animals that thrive in winter
47 Cruise co. blames captain as 6th body found
48 Calif. killings suspect's dad also homeless
49 Jake: Math prodigy proud of his autism
50 The real deal with Groupon
51 Totally drug-resistant TB found in India
52 Bird flu and the future of biosecurity
53 Evolution advocate turns to climate
54 Russian Mars moon probe crashes down
55 N/A
56 Research ethics: Zero tolerance
57 Stem-cell research: Never say die
58 Preventing pandemics: The fight over flu
59 British science needs 'integrity overhaul'
60 Radio astronomer's death shocks colleagues
61 Gas-hydrate tests to begin in Alaska
62 High-dose opiates could crack chronic pain
63 Peru to boost science-industry links
64 Three tiny exoplanets suggest Solar System not so special
65 US authorities crack down on plagiarism
66 Funding Drought Jeopardizes Future NASA Astronomy Missions
67 Saturn's Moon Titan May be More Earth-Like Than Thought
68 Female Beetle Can Manipulate Offspring's Sex
69 Milky Way's Color Is White As a Morning's Snow
70 Drowning Incidents Among Children Drop, Study Finds
71 Rare Caterpillar-like Horizontal Earthquake Discovered
72 'Man on a Mission' Film Shows Space Traveler Following Dad into Orbit
73 Failed Russian Mars Probe Crashes Into Pacific Ocean: Reports
74 Evolution of Complexity Recreated Using 'Molecular Time Travel'
75 World's Smallest Magnetic Data Storage Unit
76 Cold Winters Caused by Warmer Summers, Research Suggests
77 How Star-Forming Galaxies Evolve Into 'Red and Dead' Elliptical Galaxies
78 Dark Side of the Moon Revealed: Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's LAMP Reveals Lunar Surface Features
79 What Can Be Done to Slow Climate Change?
80 Evolution Is Written All Over Your Face
81 Blame Your Taste Buds for Liking Fat: Receptor for Tasting Fat Identified in Humans
82 Offsetting Global Warming: Molecule in Earth's Atmosphere Could 'Cool the Planet'
83 Mystery of Source of Supernova in Nearby Galaxy Solved
84 Cancer Sequencing Project Identifies Potential Approaches to Combat Aggressive Leukemia
85 Surprising Results from Smoke Inhalation Study
86 Brain Glia Cells Increase Their DNA Content to Preserve Vital Blood-Brain Barrier
87 Genes and Disease Mechanisms Behind a Common Form of Muscular Dystrophy Discovered
88 NIH Study Shows 32 Million Americans Have Autoantibodies That Target Their Own Tissues
89 Backing out of the Nanotunnel
90 Why Do Dew Drops Do What They Do On Leaves?
91 Astronomers Find Three Smallest Planets Outside Solar System
92 Saturn-Like Ring System Eclipses Sun-Like Star
93 Experiments Demonstrate Nanoscale Metallic Conductivity in Ferroelectrics
94 Retreating Glaciers Threaten Water Supplies
95 World's Smallest Vertebrate: Tiny Frogs Discovered in New Guinea
96 Honeybee Deaths Linked to Seed Insecticide Exposure
97 Colorado Mountain Hail May Disappear in a Warmer Future
98 Identifying Sloth Species at a Genetic Level
99 Discovery Could Help Stem Smoking-Related Diseases
100 Can We Save the Whales by Putting a Price On Them?
101 Revolutionary Surgical Technique for Perforations of the Eardrum
102 'Spooky Action at Distance': Physicists Develop First Conclusive Test to Better Understand High-Energy Particles Correlations
103 Some Like It Hot: Popular Yoga Style Cranks Up the Heat
104 Advance Toward Treatment for Painful Flat Feet
105 Gene Identified as a New Target for Treatment of Aggressive Childhood Eye Tumor
106 Newly Identified Type of Immune Cell May Be Important Protector Against Sepsis
107 Researchers Use Sugar to Halt Esophageal Cancer in Its Tracks
108 Pivotal Immune Cell in Type 1 Diabetes in Humans Identified
109 How Stem Cell Implants Help Heal Traumatic Brain Injury
110 Deaf Sign Language Users Pick Up Faster On Body Language
111 Active Compounds Against Alzheimer's Disease: New Insights Thanks to Simulations
112 Discrimination May Harm Your Health
113 Opioids Erase Memory Traces of Pain
114 Office Workers Spend Too Much Time at Their Desks, Experts Say
115 I Recognise You! But How Did I Do It?
116 Would You Stop Eating out to Lose Weight?
117 Scarcity of Women Leads Men to Spend More, Save Less
118 Penny-Per-Ounce Tax On Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Keeps the Doctor Away and Saves Money, Study Finds
119 Chlorophyll Can Help Prevent Cancer--But Study Raises Other Questions
120 New Information On the Waste-Disposal Units of Living Cells
121 New Clue in Battle Against Australian Hendra Virus: African Bats Have Antibodies That Neutralize Deadly Virus
122 The Microbiome and Disease: Gut Bacteria Influence the Severity of Heart Attacks in Rats
123 Some 'Low-Gluten' Beer Contains High Levels of Gluten
124 Pythons and People Take Turns as Predators and Prey
125 Discovery of Plant 'Nourishing Gene' Brings Hope for Increased Crop Seed Yield and Food Security
126 European Mountain Vegetation Shows Effects of Warmer Climate
127 Wandering Albatross Alters Its Foraging Due to Climate Change
128 The Case of the Dying Aspens
129 Novel Chemical Route to Form Organic Molecules
130 Bacteria's Move from Sea to Land May Have Occurred Much Later Than Thought
131 Molecular 'Culprit' in Rise of Planetary Oxygen
132 Could Siberian Volcanism Have Caused the Earth's Largest Extinction Event?
133 Calculating What's in the Universe from the Biggest Color 3-D Map
134 Astronomers Release Unprecedented Data Set On Celestial Objects That Brighten and Dim
135 NASA's Hubble Breaks New Ground With Distant Supernova Discovery
136 When Galaxy Clusters Collide: Collision Could Help Astronomers Better Understand 'Dark Matter'
137 Planets With Double Suns Are Common
138 Bacterial Infections: New Laboratory Method Uses Mass Spectrometry to Rapidly Detect Staph Infections
139 Perfectly Spherical Gold Nanodroplets Produced With the Smallest-Ever Nanojets
140 New 'Smart' Nanotherapeutics Can Deliver Drugs Directly to the Pancreas
141 Graphene Quantum Dots: The Next Big Small Thing
142 Scientists Predict the Next Big Thing in Particle Physics: Supersymmetry
143 Software for Analyzing Digital Pathology Images Proving Its Usefulness
144 Improved Method for Protein Sequence Comparisons Is Faster, More Accurate, More Sensitive
145 Electron's Negativity Cut in Half by Supercomputer: Simulations Slice Electron in Half--A Physical Process That Cannot Be Done in Nature
146 Looking for Love: Researchers Put Online Dating to the Test
147 'Google Flu Trends' Is a Powerful Early Warning System for Emergency Departments