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1 'Canary in the trousers' could warn men
2 Shrinking fish more at risk from predators
3 'Higher cost' of Forensic Science Service closure
4 Cumbria nuclear project rejected by councillors
5 Cats killing billions of animals in the US
6 South Korea launches space rocket carrying satellite
7 Shell Nigeria case: Court acquits firm on most charges
8 What are long term threats of plastic in our seas?
9 Oceans: Blue heart of the planet
10 US economy shrinks a surprise 0.1% in fourth quarter
11 Giffords implores Congress for gun control
12 Garrett McNamara surfs 'highest ever' wave off Portugal
13 Mali conflict: France says its troops now in Kidal
14 Donors pledge $1.5bn for U.N. Syria aid operation
15 What Muscovites get up to in traffic jams
16 Blackberry 10: Expert views on RIM's new smartphone system
17 Inauguration 2013: Bus ride from deep south to see Obama
18 Zimbabwe says public account stood at $217 last week
19 Germany inquiry into Oradour wartime massacre in France
20 Cancer fight 'hampered in UK by stiff upper lip'
21 Ticketmaster dumps 'hated' Captcha verification system
22 Brendan Marrocco, US quadruple amputee, gets new arms
23 Israeli 'strike on convoy on Syria-Lebanon border'
24 Blackberry 10 handset to launch first in the UK
25 British army stages record-breaking virtual battle
26 India works on GPS watch in fight against rape
27 Microsoft launches Office 2013 software suite
28 Judge rejects Apple's demand for higher Samsung damages
29 Vegetarians 'cut heart risk by 32%'
30 Malala Yousafzai: Queen Elizabeth Hospital surgery to repair skull
31 Heart risk link to SSRI antidepressants confirmed
32 The man who carried his skull home in a bag
33 Word-taste synaesthesia: Tasting names, places and Anne Boleyn
34 The battle over alcohol pricing
35 Treadmill desks: How practical are they?
36 Bukom: Why an Accra suburb produces champion boxers
37 Dreamliner: Japan's airlines say they changed batteries
38 Where is all the "Himalayan Viagra" going?
39 Research in Motion launches BlackBerry 10, changes corporate name
40 Lungs from heavy smokers may be okay for transplants
41 Genetics may explain why some Chinese hit harder by flu
42 Watch: Science project sends Hello Kitty to space
43 Judge rejects Apple's patent award demands
44 Google adds detail to map of North Korea
45 Mild winters leading to rat explosion in NE
46 Deadly Alabama school bus shooting leads to standoff with suspect, 6-year-old
47 Driver fatally shot aboard Alabama school bus
48 NRA vs. Giffords' husband at Senate gun control hearing
49 Research in Motion launches BlackBerry 10, changes corporate name
50 Grandson of oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens dies in Texas
51 Quadruple amputee vet says new arms feel "amazing"
52 Actor Jim Nabors marries male partner in Seattle
53 Georgia man, 69, accused of fatally shooting 22-year-old who drove into wrong driveway
54 Gun rights advocates shout at Newtown victim's dad
55 Study: Cats kill billions of animals a year
56 At gun violence hearing, Giffords calls for action; NRA stands firm
57 One dead as strong storms rake South, Midwest
58 Texas boy dies after little brother buries him in sand pit
59 Bats split on family living
60 New, Cost-cutting Approach to Formulating Pest-killing Fungi
61 Valuing nature is not enough
62 Newly discovered 'scarecrow' gene might trigger big boost in food production
63 Dartmouth research offers new control strategies for bipolar bark beetles
64 Fighting Back Against Citrus Greening
65 Cows fed flaxseed produce more nutritious dairy products, says OSU study
66 Groundwater fate and climate change
67 Global research team decodes genome sequence of 90 chickpea lines
68 Soya protein can be replaced by rapeseed protein
69 Some Health Benefits Of Berries May Not Make It Past Your Mouth
70 With Hot Air Treatment, Bacteria Fly the Coop
71 Central Valley irrigation intensifies rainfall, storms across the Southwest
72 Innovative uses of nanotechnology in food and agriculture
73 Climate Change Projected to Alter Indiana Bat Maternity Range
74 The need to feed programs Campylobacter's 'Sat Nav'
75 New evidence highlights threat to Caribbean coral reef growth
76 Smaller Snacking is Smart Snacking
77 Going trayless study shows student impact
78 Understanding the historical probability of drought
79 Mixed forest provides beneficial effects
80 Campus as laboratory: U-M student biologists use Diag trees to help solve gypsy moth mystery
81 How plant communities endure stress
82 In beef production, cow-calf phase contributes most greenhouse gases
83 The brain of the ampelosaur from Cuenca (Spain) revealed
84 Greenland ice cores provide vision of the future
85 'Invisible' Filipino history in Annapolis documented by UMD researchers
86 Ovarian tumor, with teeth and a bone fragment inside, found in a Roman-age skeleton
87 New dinosaur fossil challenges bird evolution theory
88 Survival of the prettiest: Sexual selection can be inferred from the fossil record
89 Prehistoric humans not wiped out by comet, say researchers
90 Snails signal a humid Mediterranean
91 Cities affect temperatures for thousands of miles
92 Study finds significant microorganism populations in middle and upper troposphere
93 New research will help shed light on role of Amazon forests in global carbon cycle
94 Study finds energy use in cities has global climate effects
95 Study shows climate change could affect onset and severity of flu seasons
96 USGS-NOAA: Climate Change Impacts to U.S. Coasts Threaten Public Health, Safety and Economy
97 Emission trading schemes limit green consumerism
98 Satellite visualization tool for high-res observation accessible from anywhere with internet access
99 Spring may come earlier to North American forests (Geophysical Research Letters)
100 New research shows complexity of global warming
101 Lake Mead Aquatic-Science Research Documents Substantial Improvements in Ecosystem
102 Cultural Evolution Changes Bird Song: Study
103 Forsyth scientists gain new understanding of latent tuberculosis
104 Scientists may have received millions in duplicate funding
105 Arunachal contributes in detecting stem cells where dormant TB bacteria hide
106 Vegetarianism can reduce risk of heart disease by up to a third
107 BRI researchers identify biomarker and potential therapy target in multiple sclerosis
108 Female deer take control during the mating season
109 How our cells cope with toxic small molecules
110 Bilayer structural makeup of biomembranes
111 New target to stop cancer's spread discovered by Georgia State scientists
112 Aging cells lose their grip on DNA rogues
113 Toward a better cyanide antidote for terrorist attacks and other mass casualty events
114 Study reveals significance of second trimester markers for Down's syndrome
115 University of Minnesota researchers unveil first artificial enzyme created by evolution in a test tube
116 Scripps Research Institute Scientists Uncover a Previously Unknown Mechanism of Memory Formation
117 Biofuels Blend Right In
118 Discovery of sexual mating in fungi that causes 400,000 deaths per year could provide insights on how to prevent and treat infections
119 Silibinin, found in milk thistle, protects against UV-induced skin cancer
120 Sorting Out Stroking Sensations
121 Urban Metabolism for the Urban Century
122 Researchers uncover gene's role in rheumatoid arthritis, findings pave way for new treatments
123 Maglev tissues could speed toxicity tests
124 No more "empty nest": middle-aged adults face pressure on both sides
125 UAlberta researcher pinpoints prescription for successful Primary Care Networks
126 Misconceptions about a popular pet treat
127 Smart organisations should also be stupid according to new theory
128 More research into chronic diseases urgently needed in all countries
129 Medical societies unite on patient-centered measures for nonsurgical stroke interventions
130 Study finds that people with cystic fibrosis who live in deprived areas have worse health
131 Ants' behavior leads to Wayne State University researcher's method for optimizing product development time, costs
132 'Moral realism' may lead to better moral behavior
133 Low-income Pregnant Women in Rural Areas Experience High Levels of Stress; Mothers' and Babies' Health at Risk, M.U. Researcher Says
134 3D microchip created
135 Broker fees from mutual funds affect advice; predict worse performance, new study says.
136 Researchers improve medical units to reduce nursing fatigue, cut costs
137 Improvement Needed: Study Finds Little Progress in Participation of Early-career Registered Nurses in Hospital Quality Improvement Activities
138 Why some immigrants get citizenship
139 Academic gains found among high risk kids in Head Start
140 Mindfulness meditation heightens a listener's musical engagement
141 Checking out Open Access
142 Scientists trick iron-eating bacteria into breathing electrons instead
143 Study demonstrates health benefits of coming out of the closet
144 Greater transparency needed in publishing information from clinical trials
145 Simulations' Achille's heel
146 New Options for transparent contact electrodes
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148 Scientists learn more about how inhibitory brain cells get excited
149 Penn Research Shows Mechanism Behind Wear at the Atomic Scale
150 A new genre of 'intelligent' micro- and nanomotors
151 First mobile app for green chemistry fosters sustainable manufacturing of medicines
152 Researchers develop model for identifying habitable zones around star
153 Reconcilable differences: Study uncovers the common ground of scientific opposites
154 UNC scientists unveil a superbug's secret to antibiotic resistance
155 New semiconductor research may extend integrated circuit battery life tenfold
156 Rutgers Physics Professors Find New Order in Quantum Electronic Material
157 The tales teeth tell
158 New insights into managing our water resources
159 In a Scientific and Engineering Breakthrough, NSF-funded Team Samples Antarctic Lake Beneath the Ice Sheet
160 Tomorrow's life-saving medications may currently be living at the bottom of the sea
161 Cornell engineers solve a biological mystery and boost artificial intelligence
162 Archaic Native Americans built massive Louisiana mound in less than 90 days, research confirms
163 Teenagers avoid early alcohol misuse through personality management
164 Social Scientists call for more effective teaching in Higher Education
165 Children's complex thinking skills begin forming before they go to school
166 The Impact of Affirmative Action Bans in Graduate Fields of Study
167 Cells 'flock' to heal wounds
168 'Cool' kids in middle school bully more, UCLA psychologists report
169 Put Me In, Coach! How Trained Literacy Coaches and Teachers Can Improve Student Reading Comprehension
170 Young soccer players show signs of burnout
171 Professional training 'in the wild' overrides laboratory decision preferences
172 Program to overcome early US math deficiencies could improve workforce
173 The 3D fireworks of a star
174 How to predict the future of technology?
175 Quantum Communication: Each Photon Counts
176 Stanford Researchers Break Million-core Supercomputer Barrier
177 Artificial pancreas: the way of the future for treating type 1 diabetes
178 A study reveals the mechanisms of 'opportunist' societies
179 Researchers harness nature to produce the fuel of the future (PNAS)
180 Study: Husbands who do more traditionally female housework have less sex
181 Patient satisfaction leads to better HIV care
182 Virtual superheroes more helpful in real world too
183 Adding new members to group increases distrust among older members, impacts coordination
184 Leading by the nose: Star-nosed mole reveals how mammals perceive touch, pain
185 Tapeworm eggs discovered in 270 million year old fossil shark feces
186 Setting the stage for a new paradigm in treatment of heart failure
187 Tuberculosis may lurk in bone marrow stem cells of infected patients, Stanford researchers say
188 Tenofovir Gel wins out in drug absorption study, but HIV prevention trials say differently
189 Researchers see more West Nile virus in orchards and vineyards
190 Five-year follow-up--over half of all ACL reconstructions could be avoided
191 New drug target identified for multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease
192 Disasters prompt older children to be more giving, younger children to be more selfish
193 Gut microbes at root of severe malnutrition in kids
194 Chronic Kidney Disease Increases Risk of Death for Both Women and Men
195 U.C. Researchers Help Confirm Value of Flow-Diverting Device for Most Challenging Brain Aneurysms
196 Knobbly knees in competition with fingerprints
197 Santiago de Chile will get drier and warmer
198 Researchers design a new imaging technique for identifying the age and sex of a corpse
199 Experts believe plain packaging of tobacco products would cut smoking
200 Learn to be more understanding by watching The Bachelor (this season, anyway)
201 Experts propose overhaul of ethics oversight of research
202 Ractopamine is safe for use in Brazilian pork
203 Majority of Americans support dozens of policies to strengthen US gun laws
204 Fewer people adding salt at the table
205 Study of human specimen collections in the US offers first look at their huge diversity
206 REACH news: European ombudsman takes up PETA complaint
207 More sex for married couples with traditional divisions of housework
208 Chimp see, chimp learn: First evidence for chimps improving tool use techniques by watching others
209 Antibiotics cut death rate for malnourished children
210 Bonobos predisposed to show sensitivity to others
211 Erectile dysfunction drug also helps men ejaculate and orgasm
212 Rats, like humans, return to drinking once punishment is removed
213 Research study: Whistle away the need for diapers
214 Excessive alcohol use when you're young could have lasting impacts on your brain
215 Peer pressure trumps "thin" ideals in the media
216 Are Gender and Ethnicity Risk Factors for Metabolic Syndrome in Children?
217 Empathy and age
218 Ridges on Mars suggest ancient flowing water
219 Virginia Tech expands sports concussion-risk studies to include hockey and baseball
220 Discrepant analyses of industry-sponsored clinical trials
221 Researchers generate a mutant mouse model useful in the treatment of neuromuscular diseases
222 Beer's bitter compounds could help brew new medicines
223 Visio.M project: Carbon fiber lightweight design for electric car
224 Study: Alternate walking and running to save energy, maintain endurance
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