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1 Temple of 'Jupiter the Stayer' found
2 So, what did the Romans do for us? New digs reveal truth about Hadrian's Wall
3 Magic caves in Illinois and other archaeological myths
4 Burrows Cave and Other Archaeological Fantasies
5 Archaeologist: Bodies may be earliest remains found in Charleston
6 Conservation work of a Macedonian site is under way
7 Prehistoric necropolis discovered in Romania
8 At the core of it: a Late Palaeolithic workshop, Wadi Kubbaniya, Upper Egypt
9 Excavations in Oregon Reveal Promising New Early Paleoindian Site
10 Grotesque Mummy Head Reveals Advanced Medieval Science
11 Researchers: Stonehenge started as huge graveyard
12 Alcohol Boosts the Human Brain--if You Drink a Lot
13 Hi-tech discoveries: archaeology transformed
14 Ancient king's hat holds clues to Korean alphabet
15 ScienceShot: Sunstone Unearthed From Shipwreck
16 The discarded infants of ancient Poggio Civitate horrify, provoke and fascinate 2,500 years later
17 It didn't sink! Full-size, sewn-together replica of a Bronze Age boat launched to trials success
18 The governors of Ancient Egypt suffered from malnutrition and infectious diseases, dying before they were 30 years old
19 The Ancient Ironworks of Angkor
20 Ancient Egypt "pyramid" boat threatened after sewage burst
21 Archaeological Crusade: US Tries to Save Ancient Treasures
22 Scrap of wool unravels Christian church find
23 Australian uranium discovery threatens ancient indigenous cave art
24 Panther Cave rock art recorded in 3D
25 Stone-Age Skeletons Unearthed In Sahara Desert
26 Human Ancestors Were Fashion Conscious
27 Maya Calendar Needs Shifting, Says Author
28 Remarkable ringfenced burials from Roman Colchester
29 Ancient people and Neandertals were extreme travelers
30 Stonehenge may have been burial site for Stone Age elite, say archaeologists
31 Fish trap evokes powerful memories for Esperance Traditional Owners
32 Yahoo to shut down seven products, including BlackBerry app
33 12 apps to de-Apple your iPhone and make it work smarter
34 Apple value falls below $400bn, as Warren Buffett says 'ignore critics'
35 Doubt cast on Pirate Bay's claim to have set up in North Korea
36 Microsoft fined 561m euros for 'browser choice' error
37 Google Glass: is it a threat to our privacy?
38 Android growth slows in US as iPhone shoots ahead in December
39 Eric Holder defends Aaron Swartz hacking prosecution
40 Why women must be at the forefront of the technological revolution
41 UK joins US in lobbying Brussels over data protection rules
42 Tomb Raider to Wolfenstein: the reboots with infinite lives
43 Facebook news feed revamp: Mark Zuckerberg attended weekly briefings
44 Random House accused of 'predatory' contracts for new ebook imprint
45 Mobile software entrepreneur to net millions from US deal
46 Google Glass: getting to grips with 'geek aesthetics'
47 Top novelists look to ebooks to challenge the rules of fiction
48 Will the Samsung Galaxy S4 eclipse the iPhone?
49 The Isle of Doctor Seaborg
50 The Spy Who Loved Nothing
51 Bee Venom-Loaded Nanoparticles Kill HIV
52 Paralyzed Patient Thinks 'Walk,' and Then Walks
53 News Anchor Avatar Hosts Your Internet Feed
54 10 Superhero Traits Tech Will Bestow
55 3D Printing Coming To Vending Machine Near You
56 3D-Printed Skull Implant Ready for Operation
57 Steer a Spaceship with Your Brain
58 High-Res Brain Scans to Reveal Personality Traits
59 Kitchen Gardens Improve Kids' Diets
60 Salt and Autoimmunity: A Surprising Link
61 Brains See Wheelchairs as Body Part
62 The 'Cocktail Party Problem'
63 Fight Asthma by Eating Bitter Foods?
64 Belly Fat Linked To Intestinal Cancer
65 HIV Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Attack
66 Thinning of the Heart Muscle Wall Reversible?
67 Why the Brain Gets Tired While Exercising
68 Babies Affected By Stress in the Womb
69 Bottoms Up! The Health Benefits of Beer
70 The World's Smallest Heart Pump
71 Eating Ourselves to Death: Plastic Poisoning
72 Everyday Hazards: Top 10 Dangerous Foods
73 Sneaky Protein Helps Spread Cancer?
74 Neurostimulation Helps Parkinson's Patients
75 Blood Linked to Menopause and Memory Loss
76 Genetically Modified Foods: Are They a Threat?
77 Everyday Hazards: Dangerous Beauty Routines
78 Artificial Pancreas at Sleep-Away Camp
79 Detecting Lung Congestion Before Symptoms Rise
80 Video Games Boosts Reading Skills?
81 Shy Higgs boson continues to vex particle hunters
82 Paul Marks, chief technology correspondent
83 Astrophile: Glistening cloud acts as cosmic centimetre
84 Salty food exacerbates multiple sclerosis in mice
85 Tiny monkey teeth suggest Flores hobbit was a dwarf
86 Web searches uncover hidden drug dangers
87 Reap the whirlwind for cheap renewable power
88 Cancer risk lower than feared for Fukushima locals
89 Rumour points to completely boring Higgs boson
90 Salty water oozes up from Jupiter moon's hidden ocean
91 True face of climate's hockey stick graph revealed
92 Google Glass app identifies you by your fashion sense
93 Stomach-twisting fuel storage for gas-powered cars
94 Giant Milky Way bubbles blown by black hole merger
95 Gang of chimpanzees kills their alpha male
96 Mapping brain activity is neuroscience's lofty new goal
97 Zapping brain to improve learning comes at a cost
98 Controversial quantum computer aces entanglement tests
99 Zoologger: World's biggest mouth has an erectile secret
100 Sensors measure cow flatulence--for science
101 Mystery bug found in Antarctica's Lake Vostok
102 The melting of Canada's glaciers is irreversible
103 Plants lace their nectar with drugs to make bees return
104 Briefing: The strange science of sinkholes
105 Send a text message to charge your cellphone
106 China's next-generation internet is a world-beater
107 The pall of Fukushima overshadows our energy future
108 Humanitarian disaster blamed on climate change
109 13 things that do not make sense
110 The father of all men is 340,000 years old
111 Physics crunch: Is mathematics the root of reality?
112 Solve four big problems to get people to Mars by 2018
113 Physics crunch: Desperately seeking everything