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1 Sex lives of barnacles is record-breaking
2 'Supergene' explains red fire ant society
3 Black holes growing faster than expected
4 Grass-feeding butterflies 'thrived' in 2012 washout summer
5 China leads on watershed protection investment
6 Mouse burrowing 'in their genes'
7 Dreamliner: Boeing 787 planes grounded on safety fears
8 Further evidence crabs and other crustaceans feel pain
9 Australian amateur prospector finds massive gold nugget
10 Arizona: Naming the dead from the desert
11 Will Big Data DNA analysis herald new era in medicine?
12 Riding Sri Lanka's new wave
13 Algeria siege: 'Victims' as army tries to free hostages
14 Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o in bizarre hoax
15 Lance Armstrong stripped of Sydney Olympics medal
16 Australia: What the rest of the world gets wrong
17 Mali crisis: 'Timbuktu joy after life of fear'
18 Light in womb 'gives healthy eyes'--in mice
19 US plants hit by USB stick malware attack
20 Oxford exploitation trial: Girl had 'back-room abortion'
21 Prince Albert II of Monaco criticises Grace Kelly film
22 Diff'rent Stroke actor Conrad Bain dies aged 89
23 Apophis asteroid: Doomsday delayed...again
24 Delhi gang rape case moved to fast-track court
25 Qatar's delicate balancing act
26 Facebook adds free calling feature for US iPhones
27 Parcel for Julian Assange is geo-tracked by artists
28 'Nightclub bouncer' phishing scam found by researchers
29 eBay shares rise as sales jump 18%
30 Possessed furniture: Inside Microsoft's UK research lab
31 Happy Birthday, Breakfast--and newsroom computers
32 Early HIV drugs 'slow virus down'
33 Most sunbeds in England fail UK safety limits--study
34 NI hospital offers new procedure for diagnosing lung cancer
35 In the Eastern US, spring flowers keep pace with warming climate
36 A hidden treasure in the Large Magellanic Cloud
37 New research throws doubt on earlier 'killer walrus' claims
38 Scientists identify new 'social' chromosome in the red fire ant
39 New robotic fish glides indefinitely
40 International study: Where there's smoke or smog, there's climate change
41 Mathematical breakthrough sets out rules for more effective teleportation
42 NASA finds 2012 sustained long-term climate warming trend
43 Engineer making rechargeable batteries with layered nanomaterials
44 Using snail teeth to improve solar cells and batteries
45 Global warming may have severe consequences for rare Haleakala silverswords
46 Never forget a Face(book)--memory for online posts beats faces and books
47 PR professionals are not 'yes men' when pressured to be unethical, Baylor study finds
48 Ornamental fish industry faces increasing problems with antibiotic resistance
49 New Antarctic geological timeline aids future sea-level predictions
50 Parents' financial help linked to lower college GPAs, higher graduation rates
51 Study documents that some children lose autism diagnosis
52 Chemistry resolves toxic concerns about carbon nanotubes
53 4,000-year-old shaman's stones discovered near Boquete, Panama
54 Chimpanzees successfully play the Ultimatum Game
55 New research gives insight into graphene grain boundaries
56 Researchers create flexible, nanoscale 'bed of nails' for possible drug delivery
57 Supermassive theory vanishes into its own black hole
58 Tall woman, short man... what are the chances?
59 Mars rover on brink of drilling breakthrough
60 Australian schoolgirl a science sensation
61 Flash light show a wookie error
62 Ancestors of modern Indians may have come to Australia before Europeans, genetic study shows
63 Study shows 'gene flow' from India to Australia 4000 years ago
64 Snack attack: fast food linked to growing rates of asthma
65 Telescope sensors keep scientists on tenterhooks
66 Scientists crack super moth's survival secret
67 Study gets a grip on wrinkly fingers
68 Scientists put brakes on dinosaur stampede
69 4 dolphins saved after beaching in Oman
70 Capriles demands Chavez prove he's alive
71 Scottish storms uncover ancient skeleton
72 Marginal lands eyed as biofuel source
73 Sending money by text coming to Britain
74 NASA, ESA in Orion agreement
75 Tropical fish industry in antibiotic worry
76 Japan plans world's largest wind farm
77 Climate threatens iconic Hawaiian plant
78 Soot called major global warming factor
79 Native plants said no match for invaders
80 Dams found to be barrier to fish breeding
81 Striking image of stellar nursery captured
82 Wild yaks making comeback in Tibet
83 Surfaces that defy liquids described
84 EPA: U.S. air pollution down in 2012
85 Study: Chimps can play fair like humans
86 New 'flying' frog discovered in Vietnam
87 New data tools watch forests from space
88 Largest structure in the universe observed
89 Russia plans robot moon mission for 2015
90 Japanese salmon bred with 'surrogate' fish
91 Mars rover ready for first rock drilling
92 Satellites, GPS help combat bird strikes
93 Climate change will hit Europe's mammals
94 Study: Facebook posts prove very memorable
95 Ancient stones in Panama possibly healer's
96 Record extreme weather events seen in 2012
97 Fires damage Australian observatory
98 Anatomy of early land creatures revisited
99 Heat extremes laid to global warming
100 'Ghost nets' said threat to marine life
101 DNA reveals eye, hair color from remains
102 3,000-year-old tombs found in Egypt
103 Kenya to try anti-poaching technology
104 Samsung Galaxy S phones reach 100 million
105 Smuggled fossils returning to Mongolia
106 'Red October' cyberattack is identified
107 Social networks can change self-control
108 Tiny optical device can examine throats
109 France, China team up for phone browser
110 Former Nortel executives acquitted
111 Patch for Java Web flaw released
112 Apps for the inauguration? How apt.
113 Aaron Swartz charges officially dropped
114 Machines won't accept new Canadian bills
115 Smartphone OS war heats up
116 Climate change having impact across U.S.
117 Russia announces plan for space program
118 SpaceX sets March 1 for launch to ISS
119 'Mars-like' Earthly spots harboring life
120 Simulated Mars mission highlights problems
121 U.S. banks ask NSA for cybersecurity help
122 Israel to have 20-year low in draftees
123 X-ray telescope sees glow of black holes
124 Judge orders delay in Kenya TV switchover
125 Egypt turns off streetlights to save power
126 China turns to home-grown satellite images
127 Facebook charges $100 to message founder