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1 Galaxy crash sparks large spiral
2 Tiny molecular machine apes cellular production line
3 Synthetic farm virus built in lab
4 Lung infection identified using 'breath-print'
5 Rhino poaching in South Africa reaches record levels
6 Funding change 'risks cuts' to A-level sciences
7 China's one-child policy impact analysed
8 Apophis asteroid: Large space rock 'will not hit in 2036'
9 Killer whales escape as Canada's Hudson Bay ice shifts
10 The high-low split of gambling cities
11 Rebels 'take control of key north Syria airbase'
12 Jimmy Savile scandal: Report reveals decades of abuse
13 Barack Obama and Hamid Karzai discuss Afghan endgame
14 Dreamliner plane review ordered by US regulators
15 US trade deficit widens as imports increase
16 Iran drug shortage: US Iranians send medicine to avert crisis
17 Can you still go from burger flipper to president?
18 Gangster Squad: Resurrecting the mob movie
19 Silbo gomero: A whistling language revived
20 CES 2013: The kids potty that comes with an iPad
21 The magic of India's Kumbh Mela
22 Kate portrait: First official painting revealed
23 Pakistan blasts: Shia refuse to bury Quetta bomb dead
24 Microsoft to turn off Windows Messenger on 15 March
25 Mali crisis: France ready to stop rebels, says Hollande
26 Leigh Griffiths faces disciplinary action over racist Twitt
27 Viewpoint: Looking for innovation further afield
28 Kenyan digital TV switchover: Post-election date urged
29 US government warns over vulnerable control systems
30 US to build $120m rare earth research institute
31 CES 2013: Health and safety technology booms
32 Nigerian texters to take on the drug counterfeiters
33 Californian teacher talks student out of school shooting
34 TEDxSanaa: When TED came to Yemen
35 Delay pregnancy after obesity surgery, women warned
36 FAA orders review of Boeing's new Dreamliner
37 Apple CEO: China will be biggest market
38 Largest structure in universe discovered
39 Saving the unicorn: Indian rhinos under heavy siege
40 Nokia's Lumia may have been boost to Q4 sales
41 Study: Up to half the world's food goes to waste
42 Amazon AutoRip includes free digital copy with purchase of CDs
43 Journalist to retrace human migration on 7-year walk
44 Indiana boy abducted in '94 found in Minnesota
45 Rare snow shuts down Jerusalem
46 Google out patents Apple in 2012
47 Sheriff: High school gunman felt he'd been bullied
48 Lion dog gives Virginia residents a scare
49 Sheriff: Calif. teen planned attack on classmates
50 Fifty Shades of Grey film may get NC-17 rating
51 Biden: Gun violence proposals to Obama by Tuesday
52 NRA vows to fight everything on Biden's gun agenda
53 NRA--"disappointed" with Biden gun meeting
54 CDC: Flu vaccine 62% effective; 47 states report widespread illness
55 Miss America contestant Allyn Rose touts breast cancer prevention with mastectomy plans
56 VA hospital under investigation for deadly Legionnaires' disease outbreak
57 Sleep doctor on sleep aid morning after: "Like driving drunk"
58 Flu experts: Too soon to predict severity of 2012-2013 season
59 What's the best way to learn? Psychologists tackle studying techniques
60 Costa Concordia 1 year later: Survivors attempt to move on
61 The effects of China's One Child Policy on its children
62 Oxygen to the core
63 New treatment could combat deadly chemical agents
64 Cheating--and getting away with it
65 The saline hiding places for bacteria in Rio Tinto could be like those on Mars
66 Breath test identifies bacteria's fingerprint
67 New nanotech fiber: Robust handling, shocking performance
68 New material harvests energy from water vapor
69 A cloudy mystery
70 Virus caught in the act of infecting a cell
71 Molecular machine could hold key to more efficient manufacturing
72 Stem cells found to heal damaged artery in lab study
73 Lack of guidelines create ethical dilemmas in social network-based research
74 Baby sharks stay still to avoid being detected by predators
75 Lower nitrogen losses with perennial biofuel crops
76 Which study strategies make the grade?
77 NASA's robotic refueling demo set to jumpstart expanded capabilities in space
78 Study quantifies the size of holes antibacterials create in cell walls to kill bacteria
79 A snapshot of pupfish evolution in action
80 Unemployment benefits not sought by jobless
81 Solving puzzles without a picture
82 A rock is a clock: Physicist uses matter to tell time
83 Electron beams set nanostructures aglow
84 'Rehab' helps errant researchers return to the lab
85 Genome reveals comb jellies' ancient origin
86 United Airlines ends transport of research primates
87 Science gets a grip on wrinkly fingers
88 Dyscalculia: Number games
89 Tough talk over mercury treaty
90 Small stars host droves of life-friendly worlds
91 Common STD grows resistant to treatment in North America
92 Safety of induced stem cells gets a boost
93 Epigenetics posited as important for evolutionary success
94 Fish biologists claim political interference over salmon studies
95 Molecular robot mimics life's protein-builder
96 N/A
97 The time? About a quarter past a kilogram
98 Experts still split about what quantum theory means
99 California budget boosts funds for higher education
100 Planetary disasters: It could happen one night
101 Nearby star is almost as old as the Universe
102 Scientists seek to take the sting out of killer jellyfish
103 Study gets a grip on wrinkly fingers
104 Scientists put brakes on dinosaur stampede
105 DNA kits can bring unwanted surprises
106 Cosmic dance of Andromeda's galaxies opens a door for astronomers
107 'Gene switch' offers hope in breast cancer fight
108 Nobel Prize winner who defied Italian fascists
109 Power saver: brain caught napping with every blink of an eye
110 Winging it for science: study of disease-free bat could help humans
111 Meet the man who puts the bite on mozzies
112 Jenolan Caves sheltering climate secrets
113 Boxjellyfish fact box