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1 Brain scans could measure heat from mobiles
2 Report suggests food crop area to fall
3 New Zealand insect has whale-like ears
4 Coal to equal oil as world's top energy source within 10 years
5 Invasive insects changing Antarctic landscape
6 Schmallenberg: Rapid spread of livestock virus
7 North Korea satellite 'tumbling in space'
8 Grail gravity satellites slam into Moon
9 UK to name part of Antarctica Queen Elizabeth Land
10 Disability history month: John Goodricke the deaf astronomer
11 King Ramesses III's throat was slit, analysis reveals
12 Different Disneylands around the world
13 Will we ever...have cyborg brains?
14 Bushmaster gunmaker stake to be sold by Cerberus
15 Newtown shootings: Students return to school
16 NBC reporter Richard Engel freed from Syria captors
17 Instagram seeks right to sell access to photos to advertisers
18 Karachi polio killings: Vaccination workers shot
19 DR Congo: Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui acquitted of war crimes by ICC
20 Newtown shootings: How do you explain murder to a child?
21 Profile: Cyril Ramaphosa
22 Tarantino's US premiere called off
23 Abortion in Ireland permitted when mother's life at risk
24 Iraqi President Jalal Talabani 'in coma after stroke'
25 China makes 500 doomsday cult arrests
26 Delhi bus gang rape: Uproar in Indian parliament
27 Android mobiles hit by spamming computer virus
28 Sweden students riot over Instagram sex insults page
29 Psy and Nick Clegg trend in YouTube's annual round-up
30 SpongeBob app pulled over children's privacy complaint
31 .cymru beats .scot to early internet address name review
32 Germany orders changes to Facebook real name policy
33 Orange tops broadband complaints chart
34 Samsung drops Apple sales case in Europe
35 US Scarlett Johansson hacker Chaney given 10 years
36 Twitter could be used to take 999-style emergencies, fire brigade says
37 Morgan Stanley is fined $5m for Facebook IPO disclosure
38 Apple v. Samsung: Judge rejects Apple plea for sales ban
39 Comet stores open for final day
40 Wonga offers instant loan option on retailer websites
41 The start-ups that favour New York over Silicon Valley
42 Sudan's yellow fever outbreak 'worst for 20 years'
43 Whiplash study says no benefits from intensive treatment
44 Ready meals 'healthier' than TV chefs' fare
45 Cystic fibrosis woman died with smoker's donor lungs
46 Winter bug cases '83% up on 2011'
47 Why do so many athletes struggle to cope with retirement?
48 Why bus drivers are being taught about dementia
49 Obama 'backs assault weapons ban'
50 Musical ear syndrome: The woman who constantly hears music
51 Exploding star missing from formation of solar system
52 An Older Vega: New Insights About The Star All Others Are Measured By
53 Unvieling [sic] diffuse x-ray emission from nearby galaxies
54 NASA Astrobiology Institute Shows How Wide Binary Stars Form
55 The Bubble Nebula, observed with the new One Degree Imager Camera
56 UI-led team confirms 'gusty winds' in space turbulence
57 NASA's EUNIS Mission: Six Minutes in the Life of the Sun
58 New radio telescope could save world billions
59 GRAIL Lunar Impact Site Named for Astronaut Sally Ride
60 Operation to "rescue" Yamal-402 a success
61 Thales Makes Second Attempt to Adjust Yamal Orbit
62 Russia saves satellite after launch glitch
63 Station Crew Does Maintenance as Soyuz Rolls to Launch Pad
64 Medical Ops, Fan Checks for Space Crew; New Trio Checks Soyuz
65 Khrunichev Completes Nauka Space Station Module
66 ISS Orbit Raised Ahead of Crew Arrival
67 KAIST announced a major breakthrough in indoor positioning research
68 Putin Urges CIS Countries to Join Glonass
69 Third Boeing GPS IIF Begins Operation After Early Handover to USAF
70 Third Galileo satellite begins transmitting navigation signal
71 Retired GIOVE-A satellite helps SSTL demonstrate first High Altitude GPS navigation fix
72 Enabling ChemCam to Measure Key Isotopic Ratios on Mars and Other Planets
73 Curiosity Rover Nearing Yellowknife Bay
74 Orbiter Spies Where Rover's Cruise Stage Hit Mars
75 Safe Driving on Mars
76 Curiosity Shakes, Bakes, and Tastes Mars with SAM
77 One Year After Launch, Curiosity Rover Busy on Mars
78 BepiColombo Mercury Transfer Module Mass Properties Measurement
79 Altimeter Built at Goddard Helped Identify Ice on Mercury
80 Grains Gang Up to Bear Brunt of Missile and Meteorite Impacts
81 Adhesion disturbed by noise
82 Building better structural materials
83 Space-Age Ceramics Get Their Toughest Test
84 NASA Investigates Use of 'Trailblazing' Material for New Sensors
85 A better way to make chemicals?
86 ORNL develops lignin-based thermoplastic conversion process
87 Experiment yields possible 'spooky' matter
88 Arctic town eyes future as Europe's gateway to space
89 ISRO planning 10 space missions in 2013
90 China Makes First Asteroid Fly By
91 Student Team Provides Real-Time Video of Asteroid Toutatis
92 What is Creating Gullies on Vesta?
93 Asteroid dust from space
94 DARPA's Advanced Space Surveillance Telescope Could Be Looking Up From Down Under
95 No plans of sending an Indian on moon
96 Asteroid Toutatis Slowly Tumbles by Earth
97 NASA Progressing Toward First Launch of Orion Spacecraft
98 NASA Awards Commercial Crew Certification Contracts
99 To reach final frontier, NASA can't go it alone: analysts
100 What trends will take upper hand in space exploration?
101 Fly me to the universe
102 UK Secures Billion Pound Package For Space Investment
103 New member of the exclusive space club
104 An elusive effect measured during the last Venus transit
105 A new episode of active volcanism on Venus?
106 Microquasar found in neighbor galaxy, tantalizing scientists
107 Study Reveals a Remarkable Symmetry in Black Hole Jets
108 New knowledge about the remarkable properties of black holes
109 A Multi-Wavelength View of Radio Galaxy Hercules A
110 Texas Astronomers Measure Most Massive, Most Unusual Black Hole
111 Biggest Black Hole Blast Discovered
112 Galaxy-squatting black hole set for the record books
113 Black Holes and How to Use Them
114 Super-massive black hole inflates giant bubble
115 Revealing a Mini-Supermassive Black Hole
116 X-ray Laser Takes Aim at Cosmic Mystery
117 Northrop Grumman Matures Laser Threat Terminator Technology to Address Emerging Threats
118 State-of-the-Art Beams From Table-Top Accelerators
119 Using a laser to 'see' the smallest world
120 Research: Tiny robots may think as a group
121 Custom robots could do Fukushima cleanup
122 Swimming robot crosses Pacific Ocean
123 Squirrels and Birds Inspire Researchers to Create Deceptive Robots
124 ASU researchers propose new way to look at the dawn of life
125 Search for life extends to the stars
126 Can life emerge on planets around cooling stars?
127 Model sheds light on the chemistry that sparked the origin of life
128 Astronauts bring back new life
129 Life on Mars: NASA says 'hold on a minute!'
130 Alcohol constrains Physical Constant in the Early Universe
131 12 Matter Particles Suffice in Nature
132 Point of Light
133 The dance of quantum tornadoes
134 Steps towards filming atoms dancing
135 NIST experiments challenge fundamental understanding of electromagnetism
136 Scientists from Bangalore and Mainz develop new methods for cooling of ions
137 Study provides recipe for 'supercharging' atoms with X-ray laser
138 Electron Microscopes With a Twist
139 World record for the entanglement of twisted light quanta
140 Bristol scientists perform new experiment to solve the 'one real mystery' of quantum mechanics
141 Neutron experiments give unprecedented look at quantum oscillations
142 Applied physics as art