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1 Mars 'has life's building blocks'
2 Butterflies move north due to hot summers
3 SpaceX Dragon set for rendezvous with station
4 Warning over deep-ocean stowaways
5 WHO: Post-Fukushima radiation levels in Japan 'low'
6 UK bioscience industry gets 250m pounds cash boost from government
7 Buzzard capture plans condemned
8 Mobile fingerprint scanners to be adopted by Met Police
9 The joylessness of shopping
10 Rare Arabian leopard in need of safe corridors
11 Bloodhound diary: 'Flying Scotsman'
12 Virtual patient under the knife on hi-tech operating table
13 Trefael Stone reveals stone age burial chamber
14 Subway evolution: What lurks below
15 US cuts Pakistan aid over jailing of 'Bin Laden doctor'
16 Candidates spar on final day of Egypt presidential poll
17 Etan Patz death: Man confesses to NYC killing in 1979
18 Burkina Faso-Mali tribal clashes leave 25 dead
19 Vatican Bank chief Tedeschi dismissed
20 Nearly 700 people arrested in Quebec protests
21 Male pill: gene discovery may lead to contraceptive
22 Unabomber in Harvard reunion note
23 European business activity falls to near three-year low
24 Up to 15 storms forecast for US in 2012
25 Restaurant chain's recipe for social media success
26 'Don't win Eurovision' Spanish entrant told
27 How to make cookies and influence people
28 Hedgehog stuck in tin of carrots rescued by RSPCA
29 Fresh Iran nuclear talks to be held in Moscow
30 Documenting China's lost history of famine
31 From India's child bride to multi-millionaire
32 Huawei seeks EU help on InterDigital patent fee dispute
33 Facebook's new Camera app mirrors Instagram
34 Apple's Sir Jonathan Ive reaffirms desire to stay at company
35 Russian spam mastermind jailed for creating botnet
36 Intel to use London as a smart city lab
37 Yahoo's Axis offers visual results to search requests
38 China arrests suspects as ID theft crackdown continues
39 Goal-line technology to be trialled in England friendly
40 'Emergency plan' to eradicate polio launched
41 Calcium pills pose 'heart risk'
42 C-section 'may double risk of childhood obesity'
43 Q&A: Rabies
44 Maths could prevent wound scarring
45 Street lights disrupt beetle ecosystem
46 Burning planet leaves dust in its wake
47 Evidence supports a cold gin and tonic
48 'Creeping quakes' rumble New Zealand
49 Map shows Australia's tweet connections
50 Sperm-shaping protein plays role in infertility
51 Decision time looms for giant telescope
52 New Google data shows Microsoft's piracy problems
53 9-year-old's blog shames school into changing food
54 Facebook launches iPhone camera app
55 Siri ad features John Malkovich
56 New York lawmakers propose ban on anonymous online
57 Yahoo launches new web browser Axis
58 Man arrested in Etan Patz disappearance
59 Onetime top Calif. football prospect exonerated after serving 5 years on rape charge
60 Jim Parsons comes out as gay in newspaper profile
61 Coach loses post after taking team member to prom
62 Md. police: Man, 2 sons found dead in manure pit
63 Raul Castro's daughter Mariela Castro in U.S., blasts "Cuban Mafia" supporting Cuba restrictions
64 Propofol, drug that Michael Jackson OD'd on, to be used in Missouri executions
65 US poised to vet possible arms for Syrian rebels
66 Ohio school shooter to be tried as adult
67 Zimmerman wants evidence private in Martin case
68 Texas man gets 20 years for al Qaeda ties
69 Police: Utah man bound, lips stapled and tortured by roommates with power tool
70 Clinton: U.S. hacked Yemeni al Qaeda websites
71 Gov't takes new steps against food stamp fraud
72 101-year-old man killed by 91-year-old driver
73 Mom of boy locked in NJ washing machine: wasn't me
74 Elton John released from the hospital after respiratory infection
75 Lady Gaga's fake Rolex tweet angers Thai fans
76 Johnny Depp made honorary member of Comanche tribe
77 Racy PSA warns seniors about STDs
78 Help for ketchup bottles? Slippery coating developed by MIT student
79 More than half of school-aged kids with autism diagnosed at 5 or older
80 CDC: States make billions from tobacco taxes and lawsuits, but spend little on smoking prevention
81 POM Wonderful hits back at FTC with "you be the judge" ad campaign
82 16-month-old becomes recipient of world's smallest artificial heart in Italy
83 Unplanned pregnancies 20 times more likely on birth control pill than IUD, study finds
84 Understanding epilepsy "miracle" diet may lead to better treatments, scientists say
85 Gov't safety group urges swimming lessons in black and Hispanic communities
86 Infertility Genes Could Lead to Male Contraception
87 Mystery of Martian Meteorites' Organic Stuff Solved
88 Mystery Mars Formation May Be Ancient Volcanic Ash
89 Frustrated? You're Probably Smiling Anyway
90 Startups Root for Cheaper Peeks at Scientific Papers
91 Deep-Sea Dive Picks Up Up Extreme-Living Stowaways
92 Cassini Spacecraft Snaps Saturn Moon Pics, Changes Orbit
93 Climate Warming Helps British Butterfly Spread
94 Caveman Flutists? First Instruments Date Back 40,000 Years
95 SpaceX Commercial Spacecraft Makes History With 1st Space Station Flyby
96 Taking Away Recess Bad for ADHD Kids, Experts Say
97 Possible Newfound Alien Planet is Falling to Pieces
98 Daily Rhythm Disruptions Linked to Fertility Problems
99 Space Agency Leaders Say Global Cooperation Vital for Future Exploration
100 The Best City for New Grads to Find a Job
101 Why America's Love Affair with Cars Is No Accident
102 Red Paper Poppies Endure As Symbol of Soldiers' Sacrifice
103 Amazing Anvil Cloud Photo Snapped from Plane
104 Device May Let Humans Communicate With Dolphins
105 What an Aggressive Dog Says About its Owner
106 We're All Geeks Now
107 Beyond the Tyrannosaur: Other Auction Specimens Alarm Scientists
108 Mysterious Nebula Glows Bright in Telescope Photo
109 Mars Rover Sees Its Shadow in Red Planet Crater (Photo)
110 Babies Know What's Boring, Study Finds
111 Octopus Foils Predators by Stealing Identities
112 Tarbosaurus vs. Tyrannosaurus: What's the Difference?
113 Auctioned Tyrannosaur Skeleton Possibly Smuggled
114 SpaceX Launch Success 'Like Winning Super Bowl,' Billionaire CEO Elon Musk Says
115 Water Pollution Caused by Birth Control Poses Dilemma
116 Stuck Ketchup Problem Solved by MIT Engineers
117 Whale's Big Gulp Aided by Newfound Organ
118 How Human-Powered Helicopter Could Break World Record
119 Sneezing Monkey & SpongeBob Mushroom Top New Species List
120 These US Weapons Suspected of Counterfeit Parts
121 Japan Quake Aftershock Tally Exceeds 5,000
122 Why Americans Hate Paying Taxes
123 HPV Vaccine for Teens: Doctors Voice Their Concerns
124 Believers Leave Punishment to Powerful God
125 Streetlights Lure Beasts of the Tiny Kind
126 Stubby-Armed Dinosaur Was T. Rex of Southern Hemisphere
127 Color-Changing Contact Lens Helps Monitor Diabetes
128 Magic and Science Mix in Visual Illusions
129 Most Americans, Even Catholics, Say Birth Control Is Moral
130 For Sparrows, Promiscuity Doesn't Pay
131 Does TV Glamorize Teenage Pregnancy?
132 Can You Really Be Fired for Being 'Too Hot'?
133 Females Coatis Help Unrelated Offspring Steal Food
134 Brain Cells With Signs of Alzheimer's Killed Off
135 'Twilight' Stands In For Religion for Some Teens
136 Why New Grads Are Homeward Bound
137 That Stinks! Corpse Flower Set to Bloom Again
138 Illegal File-Sharing Opens North Korea to World
139 Married Men Secretly Binge on Unhealthy Food
140 Why Advertisers Want to Know Your Deep, Dark Secrets
141 Financial Decisions Made With 'Gut Feelings'
142 New Frog Species Is Bright Yellow
143 Ashes of Star Trek's 'Scotty' Ride Private Rocket Into Space
144 Bigfoot & Yeti DNA Study Gets Serious
145 Metallic Glass Used to Make 'Lab-on-a-Chip' Parts Cheaper
146 Flu Shot has Unexpected Benefits During Pregnancy
147 'Sports Flu' Season Ready to Sweep the Office
148 Black Magic Revealed in Two Ancient Curses
149 Pinch and Draw with New Motion Control System
150 Toxic Mercury Accumulates in Arctic
151 Many Wrongful Convictions Based on Misidentification
152 Why Dogs' Origins Are Still Mysterious
153 Teenagers Hear Worse After Attending Concert
154 Spider Phobia Cured With 2-Hour Therapy
155 Empire State Building Innovations Generate Big Energy Savings
156 Oldest Fossilized Ink Found in Ancient Squid Cousin
157 Low Ranking Baboons Have Bad Immune Systems
158 Tech Turns Sketches into Working Synthesizer