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1 At age three we are all hypocrites
2 Look mum, no glasses in 3D breakthrough
3 Voyager out of this world, well maybe
4 Planck satellite: Maps detail Universe's ancient light
5 Apollo rocket engines recovered by Bezos team
6 Opportunity and Curiosity find similar rocks on Mars
7 Voyager Solar System 'exit' debated
8 Wave of prawn deaths baffles Chile city of Coronel
9 Mini guide to eating in Venice
10 Obama says US backs independent Palestinian state
11 Cyprus 'scraps bank levy' in new bailout plan
12 Turkey Kurds: PKK chief Ocalan calls for ceasefire
13 Australia PM Gillard sorry for 'shameful' forced adoptions
14 Yityish Aynaw: First black Miss Israel will go to the ball
15 Australia's coup culture
16 Grandparents 'may relay autism risk to grandchildren'
17 Jury: Death for 'Craigslist killer' Richard Beasley
18 Asylum seekers fight for free Canadian healthcare
19 Deep Throat porn actor Harry Reems dies aged 65
20 Pope Francis to wash feet of prisoners in pre-Easter Mass
21 Sanjay Dutt: Bollywood actor sent back to jail for 1993 Mumbai blasts
22 Can you train yourself to get by on less sleep?
23 Double helicopter crash in Berlin
24 Whole internet probed for insecure devices
25 Google's Keep is new entrant in digital memo market
26 BBC Weather Twitter account hacked
27 Apple iPhones among products in Intertrust patent claim
28 China IP address link to South Korea cyber-attack
29 YouTube reaches one billion monthly users
30 Canadian man to sell house for Bitcoin virtual currency
31 Twitter celebrates its seventh birthday
32 The egg box that updates a humble yet classic design
33 'Most family doctors' have given a patient a placebo drug
34 What we can learn from fatal mistakes in surgery
35 Simon & Garfunkel song preserved at Library of Congress
36 Transplanted Brain Cells in Monkeys Light Up Personalized Therapy
37 New Evidence Strengthens Case That Scientists Have Discovered a Higgs Boson
38 More Good News for Pronghorn
39 'Dirty Blizzard' in Gulf May Account for Missing Deepwater Horizon Oil
40 Witnessing Starbursts in Young Galaxies
41 Researcher Describes New 5-Million-Year-Old Saber-Toothed Cat From Florida
42 Distant Planetary System Is a Super-Sized Solar System
43 Smart-Bombing Cancer, Alzheimer's Disease, and More
44 Faculty Develop Software for New Cancer Screening Method
45 DNA Study Clarifies How Polar Bears and Brown Bears Are Related
46 Sandia Cyber Research Lab Formally Opens in Stressful Times
47 Perimeter Re-Appoints Neil Turok and Creates New Chair
48 First Meeting of New Research Data Alliance March 18 in Sweden Will Feature Leading 'Big Data' Experts and Others Working To Make Research Data Easier To Share
49 White Blood Cells Found to Play Key Role in Controlling Red Blood Cell Levels
50 Model Allows Engineers to Test Fuel Systems on Computers
51 Earth's Interior Cycles a Contributor to Long-Term Sea-Level and Climate Change
52 Research Suggests Scientists have Overestimated Capacity of Wind Farms to Generate Power
53 Famous Supernova Reveals Clues About Crucial Cosmic Distance Markers
54 Researchers Create Map of Shortcuts Between All Human Genes
55 Human Microbe Study Provides Insight Into Health, Disease
56 Experiments Find Strongest Shapes with 3D Printing
57 Tourist-Fed Stingrays Change Their Ways
58 International Partnership to Focus on Water Problems
59 New Evidence Strengthens Case That Scientists Have Discovered a Higgs Boson
60 Research Explores Road Signs on the Intracellular Highway
61 Researchers Create Tomatoes that Mimic Actions of Good Cholesterol
62 Tenfold Boost in Ability to Pinpoint Proteins in Cancer Cells
63 Alloy Developed at Sandia National Laboratories Has Potential for Electronics in Wells
64 Sujit Dey Named Faculty Director of the von Liebig Entrepreneurism Center
65 Mechanical Forces Play Major Role in Regulating Cells
66 Scientists Discover Reasons Behind Snakes' 'Shrinking Heads'
67 Robots to Spur Economy, Improve Quality of Life, Keep Responders Safe
68 New Book Highlights Pressing Need for Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles
69 Measuring Mercury: Common Test May Overestimate Exposure From Dental Amalgam Fillings
70 In Triplicate, Genes Make Maize Tolerant to Toxic Soil
71 Sleep Consolidation of Interfering Auditory Memories in Starlings
72 Clues Point to Cause of a Rare Fat-Distribution Disease
73 Some Alaskan Trout Use Flexible Guts for the Ultimate Binge Diet
74 Study Shows How Two Brain Areas Interact to Trigger Divergent Emotional Behaviors
75 Scripps Scientists Discover 'Lubricant' for Earth's Tectonic Plates
76 John Moores Gives $2 Million to TSRI for River Blindness Test
77 The Neuroscience of Finding Your Lost Keys
78 Ants Rise with Temperature
79 Researchers' New Method May Sharpen Microscopic Images
80 Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center of The University of Texas at Austin Honored for Invasive Species Initiatives
81 Global Nitrogen Availability Consistent for Past 500 Years, Linked to Carbon Levels
82 Virginia Tech Engineers Explain Physics of Fluids Some 100 Years After Original Discovery
83 Conservationists Get SMART with Poachers
84 AGU: Voyager 1 has left the solar system, sudden changes in cosmic rays indicate
85 97% of UK doctors have given placebos to patients at least once
86 'Sideline quasars' helped to stifle early galaxy formation, says CU-Boulder study
87 Global nitrogen availability consistent for past 500 years, linked to carbon levels
88 Researchers' new method may sharpen microscopic images
89 Scripps scientists discover 'lubricant' for Earth's tectonic plates
90 Computers predict basketball national championship
91 For polar bears, it's survival of the fattest
92 Baffling blood problem explained
93 Women abused as children more likely to have children with autism
94 Biodiversity does not reduce transmission of disease from animals to humans
95 Expression of emotion in books declined during 20th century, study finds
96 Atypical brain circuits may cause slower gaze shifting in infants who later develop autism
97 Sleep consolidates memories for competing tasks
98 Sustainable Development Goals must sustain people and planet
99 Scientists discover reasons behind snakes' 'shrinking heads'
100 NIST tests underscore potential hazards of green laser pointers
101 Roads could help rather than harm the environment, say experts
102 More career options may explain why fewer women pursue jobs in science and math
103 Mechanical forces play key role in assembly and disassembly of an essential cell protein
104 Origins of human teamwork found in chimpanzees
105 Antarctica's first whale skeleton found with 9 new deep-sea species
106 Infants may be drawn to those who mistreat the "different"
107 Your brain cells may be capable of outliving you--by a lot
108 Black Death could return, study warns
109 Chimps found to play fairness game like people
110 Scientists said to clone embryos of extinct frog
111 For signs of life, some strange planetary systems may be most promising
112 Mars rover finds conditions once suited for life
113 Did some Neanderthals learn advanced skills from "moderns"?
114 Hidden stellar companions revealed almost next door
115 It's true: cooking may have given us our big brains, study says
116 Engineer using magic tricks to study the brain
117 Friendliness to minorities often a performance--a fragile one, research suggests
118 Scientists report breaking barrier to efficient cloning
119 Gospel of Matthew linked to bizarre trail of self-mutilations
120 Bright comet to visit Northern skies
121 Study proposes violent past for Milky Way
122 Racial purity DNA testing slammed as perversion, but halting practice might not be easy
123 Baby reported cured of HIV
124 Moral "taint" still seeps along blood lines
125 Study links rat brains together electronically
126 Five mental illnesses linked to same areas of genome
127 Giant black hole found to spin like mad
128 Honesty may not be best policy when it comes to that talk about drugs
129 Humans may be "upside-down" with respect to jelly ancestors
130 Tiny planet found
131 Extra spatial abilities in males may be hormonal "side effect"
132 Mood-changing drugs enter waterways, affect fish, study finds