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1 Brain rapidly rewires to help us use tools
2 New bone test could speed diagnoses
3 Swing theory doesn't hold water: study
4 Flavour changer: Genome could enhance tomato taste
5 Swing bowling not due to humidity, research suggests
6 Buzzard capture plans abandoned after 'public concerns'
7 Distrust could hamper Green Deal
8 Glasgow to host Fraunhofer laser research hub
9 'Lung washing' could boost transplants
10 Italy caught in Earth's pincer
11 How cities can become healthy places
12 The brain is the 'most complex thing in the universe'
13 Yellow submarine hunting for alien species in lough waters
14 The Cold War origins of Google Translate
15 UN confirms new killings in Syria days after Houla
16 Barack Obama congratulates Republican rival Romney
17 Orange Prize won by Madeline Miller's debut tale of heroic romance
18 Obama angers Poles with 'death camp' remark
19 Derby fire deaths: Mick and Mairead Philpott charged
20 Are these the most offensive ads of all time?
21 Early-onset Alzheimer's strikes families fast and ferociously
22 Is Obama's drone doctrine counter-productive?
23 Liberia ex-leader Charles Taylor get 50 years in jail
24 Why is Qatar investing so much in education?
25 Canada severed limbs suspect named as Luka Rocco Magnotta
26 Two killed in Seattle cafe shooting
27 Mitt Romney mobile app misspells 'America'
28 'Bin Laden doctor' jailed for militant link, says court
29 Sky blocks access to The Pirate Bay file-sharing site
30 7 questions on less-spoken languages
31 Andy Coulson charged in Tommy Sheridan trial perjury inquiry
32 Eddy Shah: Today newspaper boss on child sex charges
33 Close-up: Japan's amazing lunchboxes
34 Brendan Rodgers agrees deal to be new Liverpool manager
35 Apple head Tim Cook says he is not the next Steve Jobs
36 Japan arrests Majikon video game piracy suspect
37 Trojan targets Iranian and Syrian dissidents via proxy tool
38 US ordered to release Megaupload evidence to defence
39 Foursquare and Amex join forces in UK to offer discounts
40 Richard O'Dwyer TVShack extradition appeal postponed
41 Scientists unveil extensive child cancer research data
42 Five-year-olds treated for depression and anxiety
43 School children need body image lessons--MPs
44 Should we stop calling people 'overweight'?
45 Premier League club wages climb to new highs
46 Syria rebels give government 48-hour ceasefire deadline
47 Supervolcanoes 'can grow in just hundreds of years'
48 SpaceX Dragon ship aims for Earth
49 Tibetan mother burns herself to death in Sichuan
50 French reporter Romeo Langlois freed in Colombia by Farc rebels
51 Graff delays $1bn Hong Kong listing as market declines
52 Oxfam: Sale of ammunition 'must be regulated'
53 Ireland prepares to vote on fiscal treaty
54 Cell phones monitoring radiation to sell in Japan
55 First American in orbit says SpaceX launch good "first step"
56 Jury to hear No Doubt's claims against video game giant Activision's "Band Hero"
57 Back-to-back asteroids harmlessly fly past Earth
58 Iran: Powerful "Flame" computer virus briefly hit oil industry but was defeated with data recovered
59 Police: Seattle gunman apparently killed himself
60 Apple CEO Tim Cook: "I've never really felt the weight of trying to be Steve (Jobs)"
61 Police: Seattle gunman apparently killed himself
62 Video shows bikes riding past face-mauling attack
63 Bath salts, drug alleged "face-chewer" Rudy Eugene may have been on, plague police and doctors
64 Ronald Poppo, victim of Fla. 'face-eating' man Rudy Eugene, is a 65-year-old homeless man, police say
65 Kathie Lee Gifford apologizes for mistakenly asking Martin Short about late wife
66 Walter Cronkite: The "maestro" of news
67 Authors: When presidents turn to ex-presidents for advice
68 In "anything goes" campaigns, some things don't
69 Major gold buyer cheating consumers?
70 Syria bodies pile up as U.N. consensus for action remains elusive
71 Antsy toddler won't buckle up, booted from plane
72 Foie gras feeding frenzy grows as Calif. ban nears
73 Forest wildfire becomes largest in N.M. history
74 Ohioan: Helping panhandler led to littering ticket
75 Dennis Rodman, former NBA star, sentenced to community service in family court
76 Dharun Ravi appears in court, tells judge he will report to jail Thursday
77 James Lee Crummel, Calif. death row inmate, found hanging in cell
78 Mother of robbery suspect Lee Dell Thomas Jr. not surprised he died in crane standoff
79 ACLU challenges Ill. same-sex marriage ban
80 Smash your food app breaks down sugar, salt and oil content of kids' meals
81 Negative obesity stigma lingers even after women shed pounds
82 Researchers discover optimism may lead to longevity
83 NASA scientists develop osteoporosis test that detects bone loss early
84 FDA warns of fake Adderall sold online
85 Beer, Women and Psoriasis: Bad Brew?
86 Evolution of Birds Is Result of a Drastic Change in How Dinosaurs Developed
87 Cellular Computers? Scientists Train Cells to Perform Boolean Functions
88 The Special Scent of Age: Body Odor Gives Away Age
89 Female Choice Key to Evolutionary Shift to Modern Family
90 Potentially Civilization-Ending Super-Eruptions May Have Surprisingly Short Fuses
91 Nanodevice Manufacturing Strategy Using DNA 'Building Blocks'
92 Tomato Genome Gets Fully Sequenced--Paves Way to Healthier Fruits, Veggies
93 Could Sarcastic Computers Be in Our Future? New Math Model Can Help Computers Understand Inference
94 Tiny Genetic Variations Led to Big Changes in the Evolving Human Brain
95 Stellar Archeology Traces Milky Way's History
96 Why Earth Is Not an Ice Ball: Possible Explanation for Faint Young Sun Paradox
97 More Atomic Hydrogen Gas Lurks in Universe: There's More Star-Stuff out There, but It's Not Dark Matter
98 Less Couch Time Equals Fewer Cookies
99 Eat Healthy--Your Kids Are Watching
100 Potential New HIV Vaccine/Therapy Target
101 To Spread, Nervous System Viruses Sabotage Cell, Hijack Transportation
102 Marriage May Make People Happier
103 Short Movies Stored in an Atomic Vapor
104 New Properties of Carbon Material Graphene Discovered
105 Cheaper Catalysts With the Finest Gold Dust in the World
106 Pollution Deadening Contruction: Nanoparticle Coating Interacts With Sunlight to Eliminate Contaminants
107 Mystifying Materials: New Materials Contract When They Should Expand, Expand When They Should Contract
108 Landslides Linked to Plate Tectonics Create the Steepest Mountain Terrain
109 First Prehistoric Twins Discovered in Iberian Peninsula
110 Got Nectar? To Hawkmoths, Humidity Is a Cue
111 Climate Change Led to Collapse of Ancient Indus Civilization, Study Finds
112 Iconic New Zealand Reptile Shows Chewing Is Not Just for Mammals
113 Despite Less Play, Children's Use of Imagination Increases Over Two Decades
114 Light-Induced Delivery of Nitric Oxide Eradicates Drug-Resistant Bacteria
115 A Trained Palate: Understanding Complexities of Taste, Smell Could Lead to Improved Diet
116 Genetic Variant Increases Risk of Heart Rhythm Dysfunction, Sudden Death
117 Genes Predict If Medication Can Help You Quit Smoking
118 Three Percent of US Executions Since 1900 Were Botched, Study Finds
119 Engineered Microvessels Provide a 3-D Test Bed for Human Diseases
120 New Stem Cell Technique Promises Abundance of Key Heart Cells
121 Discovery Promises Unique Medicine for Treatment of Chronic and Diabetic Wounds
122 Disease That Stunts Infants' Growth Traced to Same Gene That Makes Kids Grow Too Fast
123 The Science of Re-Runs: Why We Watch Our Favorite Episode of a TV Show, or Listen to a Favorite Song, Over and Over Again
124 New Effective Treatment for Tinnitus?
125 Edible Stop Signs? A Few Red Chips in the Stack Cut Snacking in Half
126 Locating Ground Zero: How the Brain's Emergency Workers Find the Disaster Area
127 The Gender Gap and the Digital Divide
128 Freecycling Has Viral Effect On Community Spirit and Generosity
129 People Know When to Move from Task to Task
130 Exercise and a Healthy Diet of Fruits and Vegetables Extends Life Expectancy in Women in Their 70s
131 Gap Exists Between Seniors' Opinion of Driving Ability and Performance
132 Myth of the Disconnected Telecommuter Debunked
133 Powerful New Approach to Attack Flu Virus
134 Garlic Constituent Blocks Biofilm Formation, Could Benefit Cystic Fibrosis Patients and Others
135 New Approach to Regulating Probiotics Recommended
136 It's in the Genes: Research Pinpoints How Plants Know When to Flower
137 Cell's Transport Pods Look Like a Molecular Version of Robots from Transformers
138 Groundwater Depletion in Semiarid Regions of Texas and California Threatens US Food Security
139 Velvet Spiders Emerge from Underground in New Cybertaxonomic Monograph
140 CryoSat Goes to Sea
141 More Summer Heatwaves Likely in Europe: Predictability of European Summer Heat from Spring and Winter Rainfall
142 Genes Culled from Desert Soils Suggest Potential Medical Resource
143 It Took Earth Ten Million Years to Recover from Greatest Mass Extinction
144 New Genetic Method Developed to Pinpoint Individuals' Geographic Origin
145 Maya Collapse: Trade Patterns for Crucial Substance Played Key Role
146 Oldest Jewish Archaeological Evidence On the Iberian Peninsula
147 As D-Day Anniversary Approaches, New Geological Insights
148 NASA Lunar Spacecraft Complete Prime Mission Ahead of Schedule
149 The Transit of Venus: June 5-6, 2012
150 Hubble Sees a Spiral Within a Spiral
151 Tiny Planet-Finding Mirrors Borrow from Webb Telescope Playbook
152 SpaceX Dragon Attached to International Space Station In Spaceflight First
153 Smallest Possible Five-Ringed Structure Made: 'Olympicene' Molecule Built Using Clever Synthetic Organic Chemistry
154 Explanation for Friction: Origin of Sliding Friction Between Solid Objects
155 Researchers Have Created Glasses That Indicate Obstacles to Patients With Visual Handicaps
156 Orion Clean Room Subs Filters, Fans for Ceiling
157 Super-Sensitive Tests Could Detect Diseases Earlier
158 What Your Facebook Picture Says About Your Background
159 Method for Building Artificial Tissue Devised
160 People Smile When They Are Frustrated, and the Computer Knows the Difference
161 Computer Model Pinpoints Prime Materials for Efficient Carbon Capture
162 Tongue Analysis Software Uses Ancient Chinese Medicine to Warn of Disease