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1 Thailand's promise to end ivory trade cautiously welcomed
2 Shark kills number 100 million annually, research says
3 EU introduces illegal timber import controls
4 South Georgia rat cull begins again
5 Slump cuts our fuel use more than green concerns
6 Greater Paris becomes even greater
7 Rebels 'seize most of Syria police academy'
8 Bangladesh deaths rise as Jamaat protest strike begins
9 Florida sinkhole: Jeffrey Bush home demolition begins
10 Swiss referendum 'backs executive pay curbs'
11 Somali woman cleared in 'false rape' case
12 A Point of View: The art of collecting
13 Kenyan viewpoint: Too busy tweeting to vote?
14 Afghan graffiti artist makes her mark in India
15 Dog 'saved life' of missing Polish girl
16 Evernote says security has been breached by hackers
17 Hague: Giving arms to Syrian rebels cannot be ruled out
18 Florida sinkhole: Search for Jeffrey Bush called off
19 Essex woman arrested over unpaid restaurant bill
20 Las Vegas Sands violated US bribery law
21 Amazon row over 'rape' T-shirt
22 Walrus basks in Orkney attention
23 EU 'growth boost from US free-trade deal'
24 Can comedians ever be taken seriously?
25 Egypt: Hosni Mubarak retrial to begin on 13 April
26 Rabbit takes to hydrotherapy 'like duck to water'
27 US judge orders cut in Samsung payout to Apple
28 Apple legal challenge dropped by Einhorn
29 Queen in hospital with stomach bug, Buckingham Palace says
30 Brazil troops move into Rio airport shanty towns
31 Living with Calcutta's record low temperatures
32 Skin cancer 'able to fight off body's immune system'
33 Louisiana man claims ex-girlfriend 'stole sperm'
34 A new museum devoted to math
35 SpaceX: After shaky start, a public-private space success
36 Pregnancy author Heidi Murkoff on grandchildren
37 Widely used chemical linked to childhood asthma
38 U.N. warns: Black market may wipe out African elephants
39 SpaceX cargo ship cleared for station capture
40 Professor: 3D printing technology "just beginning"
41 Going off the grid: Can you unplug?
42 Court chops Samsung's $1B award to Apple
43 Friendster post-mortem, linked rat brains: This week in off-beat tech stories
44 Review: "Tomb Raider" marks a new era for iconic game
45 North Texas astronomers may be watching birth of a planet
46 Obama's "Jedi mind meld" gaffe stirs jokes on Twitter
47 Space radiation possible cause of Mars rover glitch
48 Facebook reportedly testing new Timeline design
49 SpaceX cargo ship back on course
50 Body in Fla. sinkhole "not possible to recover"
51 Tina Caronna murder investigation uncovers financial fraud, secret affair
52 Expectant NYC couple killed in crash; baby survives
53 Seffner sinkhole update: Demolition begins over deadly Fla. sinkhole
54 U.S. Capitol official: Obama wrong on janitors' pay cut
55 The world's enduring dictators: Ismael Omar Guelleh, Djibouti
56 National debt up $6 trillion since Obama took office
57 Romney: Sequester not a success for Obama
58 Sequester: "It's just dumb," Obama says
59 House of Cards success surprises co-creator
60 It's straight to the shark's mouth for treatment to aid bite victims
61 BPA exposure may raise child's asthma risk
62 Zachary's Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs recalled over possible salmonella contamination
63 Good strain of bacteria may be key to defeating acne
64 Volcanic Aerosols, Not Pollutants, Tamped Down Recent Earth Warming
65 NASA's Van Allen Probes Reveal a New Radiation Belt Around Earth
66 Icy Cosmic Start for Amino Acids and DNA Ingredients
67 Brain-To-Brain Interface Allows Transmission of Tactile and Motor Information Between Rats
68 Birth of a Giant Planet? Candidate Protoplanet Spotted Inside Its Stellar Womb
69 Novel Wireless Brain Sensor Unveiled: Wireless, Broadband, Rechargeable, Fully Implantable
70 Nut-Cracking Monkeys Use Shapes to Strategize Their Use of Tools
71 Eyes Work Without Connection to Brain: Ectopic Eyes Function Without Natural Connection to Brain
72 Contaminated Diet Contributes to Exposure to Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals: Phthalates and BPA
73 Viruses Can Have Immune Systems: A Pirate Phage Commandeers the Immune System of Bacteria
74 3-D Printing Using Old Milk Jugs
75 Shark Fisheries Globally Unsustainable: 100 Million Sharks Die Every Year
76 Saharan and Asian Dust, Biological Particles End Global Journey in California
77 New Study Reveals How Sensitive US East Coast Regions May Be to Ocean Acidification
78 Infection During Pregnancy and Stress in Puberty Play Key Role in Development of Schizophrenia
79 New Dinosaur Species: First Fossil Evidence Shows Small Crocs Fed On Baby Dinosaurs
80 Loss of Wild Insects Hurts Crops Around the World
81 Historic Datasets Reveal Effects of Climate Change and Habitat Loss On Plant-Pollinator Networks
82 How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?
83 Renewable Energy: Nanotubes to Channel Osmotic Power
84 Action Video Games Boost Reading Skills, Study of Children With Dyslexia Suggests
85 Toxic Oceans May Have Delayed Spread of Complex Life
86 Postmenopausal Women Who Smoked Are More Likely to Lose Teeth Due to Periodontal Disease
87 Reprogramming Adult Cells to Stem Cells Works Better With One Gene Turned Off
88 Cancer Survival: Where You're Treated Matters
89 New Study Shows Cannabis Effects On Driving Skills
90 How Do Bacteria Clog Medical Devices? Very Quickly
91 Hubble Observes Glowing, Fiery Shells of Gas
92 US May Face Inevitable Nuclear Power Exit
93 Turbulence in a Crystal
94 Research Rides Dragon to the International Space Station
95 NASA On Course to Launch Orion Flight Test
96 New Insights Into Plant Evolution
97 Living Through a Tornado Does Not Shake Optimism
98 Order in the Chaos of a Cell Membrane
99 What Lies Beneath: NASA Antarctic Sub Goes Subglacial
100 Fish Migrate to Escape Predators
101 'Defective' Virus Surprisingly Plays Major Role in Spread of Disease
102 Mechanisms Regulating Inflammation Associated With Type 2 Diabetes, Cancer Identified
103 A Better Bone Marrow Transplant: Preventing Graft-Versus-Host Disease
104 Tumors Deliberately Create Conditions That Inhibit Body's Best Immune Response
105 Changes in Patterns of Brain Activity Predict Fear Memory Formation
106 The Patient Satisfaction Chasm
107 Ultrasound to Detect Lung Congestion in Dialysis Patients May Help Save Lives
108 Antibody Response Linked With Rejection in Pediatric Kidney Transplant Recipients
109 Machine Similar to Dialysis Removes Cholesterol from Blood
110 Physical Activity Does Not Protect Against in Situ Breast Cancer, Epidemiological Study Finds
111 No Scientific Basis for Prohibiting Same-Sex Marriage, Key Associations Argue
112 Aggressive Advertising Makes for Aggressive Men
113 British Children More Exposed to Alcohol Promotion Than Adults, Experts Warn
114 Closer Personal Relationships Could Help Teens Overcome Learning Disabilities
115 Brain Pathway Triggering Impulsive Eating Identified
116 Cancer Doesn't Change Young Girls' Desire to Have Children, Study Shows
117 Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Aerobics: Evaluating the New 'R' in Academic Performance
118 Brain Can't Cope With Making a Left-Hand Turn and Talking On Hands-Free Cell Phone
119 'Crazy-Busy' Canadians Under Pressure On the Job
120 Eating Junk Food While Pregnant May Make Your Child a Junk Food Addict
121 Reducing Numbers of One Carnivore Species Indirectly Leads to Extinction of Others
122 DNA's Twisted Communication
123 Metal Ions Regulate Terpenoid Metabolism in Insects
124 Giant Cockroach Genus Pseudophoraspis Expands to the North With 3 New Species
125 After the Human Genome Project: The Human Microbiome Project
126 Study Surveys Impact of Leap Day Harrisburg, Illinois Tornado
127 Every Degree Fall in Winter Air Temperature Equals 1 Percent Drop in Ambulance Response Time
128 How Much Protection Is Enough?
129 A New Look at Urbanization's Environmental Impact
130 Nemo Helps Anemone Partner Breath by Fanning With His Fins
131 Louse Genetics Offer Clues On Human Migrations
132 Homeric Epics Were Written in 762 BCE, Give or Take, New Study Suggests
133 Feeding Limbs and Nervous System of One of Earth's Earliest Animals Discovered
134 Resurrection of 3-Billion-Year-Old Antibiotic-Resistance Proteins
135 Evolution and the Ice Age
136 Computer Swap On NASA's Mars Rover Curiosity
137 Mineral Diversity Clue to Early Earth Chemistry
138 Antarctic Scientists Discover 18-Kilogram Meteorite
139 Fermi's Motion Produces a Study in Spirograph
140 White Dwarf Supernovae Are Discovered in Virgo Cluster Galaxy and in Sky Area 'Anonymous'
141 The Right High-Performance Cross-Country Skiwear
142 British Columbia Traffic Deaths Could Be Cut in Half, Study Suggests
143 Lipid Nanoparticles Are Ideal for Delivering Genes and Drugs, Researchers Show
144 Is Nanosilver Toxic?
145 Crews Rehearse Launch Abort System Stacking With Orion
146 Big Data: Searching Large Amounts of Data Quickly and Efficiently
147 Wars On Editing Wikipedia Articles, Uncovered
148 Deworming Important for Children's Health, Has Limited Impact On Infection in Wider Communities
149 New Method for Researching Understudied Malaria-Spreading Mosquitoes
150 Hello Car, What Is the Password?