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1 Life on Mars possible, rock sample reveals
2 Rhino beetle horn no handicap for flying
3 Big eyes led to Neanderthal demise
4 Sex role reversal: Female shorebirds rule the roost
5 Neanderthals' large eyes 'caused their demise'
6 Rhinoceros beetles' horns are not costly during flight
7 Mars rover Curiosity sees key water indicator
8 Cites meeting: Ebony beats ivory in conservation stakes
9 China pulls nearly 6,000 dead pigs from Shanghai river
10 Staffordshire Hoard to get permanent display in Birmingham
11 Japan extracts gas from methane hydrate in world first
12 'Medieval knight' unearthed in Edinburgh car park dig
13 Deadly poison threat to tigers
14 Richard III burial 'should not be finders keepers'
15 Pantanal: Liquid heart of South America
16 President Obama upbraids China over cyber attacks
17 Rome conclave: black smoke signals no decision on Pope
18 PKK releases eight Turkish hostages
19 Member of EU Syria delegation killed in Damascus suburb
20 Mount Reagan: Why do Americans name mountains after presidents?
21 Demise of China's unloved railways ministry
22 Battle for the R G Mugabe fashion label
23 Sick leave shark wrestler Paul Marshallsea sacked
24 Syria crisis: Children 'recruited' by armed groups
25 Hotmail and Outlook hit by ongoing fault, Microsoft confirms
26 European men lag behind in life expectancy
27 Saudi Arabia executes seven men for armed robbery
28 EU unveils new air passenger rights
29 Call of Duty dominates 2012 entertainment sales beating music and film
30 Google advertising value questioned by eBay
31 Google hit by $7m Street View fine in US
32 'Pirate Bay' for 3D printing launched
33 Dreamliner battery redesign approved by FAA
34 Google pays executives $15m in bonuses
35 Cloud computing's security pitfalls
36 Tech City--by Royal Appointment
37 How tech is transforming jewellery
38 Quitting smoking 'cuts heart risk despite weight gain'
39 Pregnancy rhesus disease errors too common
40 En pointe to tackle Parkinson's disease
41 Stacey Solomon: Why I thought I was the 'worst mum'
42 More young veterans treated for PTSD than ever before
43 Neanderthals Doomed by Vision-Centered Brains
44 How the Rhinoceros Beetle Got Its Horns
45 Why Men Helping Sis Makes Evolutionary Sense
46 Reference: Who Invented Zero?
47 Mind-Controlled Devices Reveal Future Possibilities
48 San Diego Zoo Welcomes Season's 1st Condor Chick
49 Early Human Ancestor Surprisingly Smart
50 Whole Grains, Half Truths, and Lots of Confusion
51 Reference: Fun Facts About Snakes
52 5 Strange Theories About Stonehenge
53 Picking a Pope: Do Looks Matter?
54 Wow! Ancient Mars Could Have Supported Primitive Life, NASA Says
55 Shape-Shifting Jesus Described in Ancient Egyptian Text
56 2,000-Pound Great White Shark Tagged & Tracked
57 Cutting Edge: 3D Tech Boosts Surgical Precision
58 Cow Herds Could Heal Degraded Land, Scientist Says
59 First Interstellar Spacecraft May Use Texas-Size Solar Sail
60 Giant Radio Telescope to See Alien Planet Birth in HD
61 Blizzard of '93: Hundreds Killed, Two Dozen States Impacted
62 Comet Pan-STARRS Near the Moon Tonight: How to See It
63 Social Security Numbers of Celebrities, Politicians Posted Online
64 Mini Black Holes Easier To Make Than Thought
65 Papal Election Triggers Doomsday Theories
66 Same-Sex Marriage Linked to Longer Lives
67 The Perfect Pope: Top 5 Requirements
68 Reference: What is a Jet Stream?
69 233 Million Women May Be Without Birth Control by 2015
70 What Your Facebook 'Likes' Say About You
71 Large-Soda Ban Blocked, Concerning Some Nutritionists
72 Father Hacks 'Donkey Kong' to Let Daughter Play as Girl
73 Japan's Huge Tohoku Earthquake 'Heard' From Space
74 Most People Shouldn't Eat Gluten-Free
75 Powerful Magnets Pose Risk for Kids
76 Ancient Egyptian Pigment's Future Now Even Brighter
77 Why Solar Companies Can't Compete with Cheap Chinese Panels
78 International Shark Trade to Be Regulated
79 Science and the Catholic Church: A Turbulent History
80 Potential New Antarctica Bacteria Actually Contamination
81 'Red Tide' Is Killing Florida's Manatees
82 Improved Hearing Anticipated for Implant Recipients
83 How Contagious Tasmanian Devil Cancer Goes Invisible
84 Sound Garden: Can Plants Actually Talk and Hear?
85 Arctic Gets Greener As Climate Warms: NASA Study
86 Get Music Inspiration From Your Subconscious
87 Scary Faces Terrify Woman with Unusual Condition
88 Money Motivates People to Weight Loss
89 Alligator Nabs New Prosthetic Tail
90 Scientists Hope to Extend Mercury Spacecraft's Mission
91 Russian Satellite Hit By Chinese Debris Highlights Space Junk Threat
92 Four Asteroids Buzz Earth in Single Week
93 7 Ways Food Needs to Change
94 Why Humans Get Lost
95 Papal Conclave: How It Will Work
96 Ancient Mummies Had Clogged Arteries, Too
97 2 Years On, Japan Tsunami Debris Still Washing Ashore
98 Russian Satellite Hit by Debris from Chinese Anti-Satellite Test
99 Comet Impacts May Have Jump-Started Life on Earth
100 Largest Infrared Telescope In Space Running Out of Time
101 Two Years Later: Lessons from Japan's Tohoku Earthquake
102 Bronze-Age Donkey Sacrifice Found in Israel
103 Why Rats Sniff Each Other
104 5 Fiery Facts About Daylight Saving Time
105 Does Circumcision Hurt Sexual Pleasure? Study Draws Fire
106 6 Surprising Facts about World's Most Powerful Radio Telescope
107 Phone Scammers Fleece Retiree Out of House and Home
108 Immortal Line of Cloned Mice Created
109 Email Scammers Use Hugo Chavez Death as Bait
110 Keep an Eye on Your Loved One With Alzheimer's With Balance App
111 Flu Shots Keep Older People Out of the Hospital
112 How to Get Samsung's, LG's Best Features on Any Android Phone
113 Wanted: Osprey Watchers as Citizen-Scientists
114 Why Can't A Woman Be Pope?
115 Hot Stuff: Are Fire Facials the Next Beauty Trend?
116 How to Get Happy: Seek a 'Meaningful Life'
117 Ancient Reindeer Hunters Fished Ice Age Lakes
118 Fashion Statement: Designer Creates Line of Drone-Proof Garments to Protect Privacy
119 Archaeological Crusade: US Tries to Save Ancient Treasures
120 'Alien' Alga Steals Genes to Survive Extreme Environments
121 1st African American Man Dates Back 338,000 Years