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1 Insecticide-resistant mozzies key to dengue
2 Learning bonus for blind parents' kids
3 Fossil fish's butt fins solve limb mystery
4 Science 'javelins' spear Pine Island Glacier
5 Fracking 'not significant' cause of large earthquakes
6 Test-tube baby pioneer Sir Robert Edwards dies
7 UK nature reserves attract new bird species
8 Horsemeat scandal: Dutch uncover large-scale meat fraud
9 Iceland volcano ash cloud triggers plankton bloom
10 Male sex hormones 'drive breast cancer'
11 Dr. Katharine Giles cycle death: Tribute to UCL scientist
12 Leaf-like material 'traps bedbugs,' say researchers
13 Ice Age bowhead whales' survival surprises scientists
14 New material can halt runny liquids on demand
15 Fukushima nuclear plant: radioactive water 'leak'
16 'Entire streets' of Roman London uncovered in the City
17 US chemistry meeting tackles science of booze
18 Peter Higgs: Behind the scenes at the Universe
19 Babies' brains to be mapped in the womb and after birth
20 How Prozac entered the lexicon
21 Banking on nuclear peace in Kazakhstan
22 Northern Lights: More than just a pretty light show
23 South Korea raises alert with North to 'vital threat'
24 Two senators in bipartisan 'deal' on firearms checks
25 Syria crisis: Al-Nusra pledges allegiance to al-Qaeda
26 Paris Louvre shuts as staff strike over pickpockets
27 Thatcher: Can people get by on four hours' sleep?
28 Margaret Thatcher 'racist'--Australian minister Bob Carr
29 New York Metropolitan Museum of Art receives $1bn donation
30 Top porn sites 'pose growing malware risk' to users
31 Barack Obama unveils $3.77tn budget plan
32 South Korea blames North for bank and TV cyber-attacks
33 Hackers steal Ubisoft's unreleased Far Cry video game
34 Wal-Mart resets Vudu user iDs after hard disk robbery
35 Google Fiber to offer fast net access in Austin, Texas
36 UK Lulzsec hacker Ryan Ackroyd pleads guilty
37 Have private schools helped teen app makers to thrive?
38 HP's boss and a disastrous deal
39 The Great Garbage Lakes? Pollution plagues the water
40 South Korea says North Korea behind computer crash in March
41 Alzheimer's gene ABCA7 linked to increased disease risk in African-Americans
42 Child beats bird flu in China, first to completely recover
43 Watch: World's biggest operational hexapod robot
44 AT&T announces 1 gigabit broadband in Austin
45 Pesticide blamed for declining bee population
46 LulzSec hacker pleads guilty to cyberattacks
47 Porn piracy tracked to computers in Vatican City
48 BlackBerry Q10 pre-orders start in Canada
49 Vineyards in China? Climate change morphs the wine industry
50 Google Fiber coming to Austin
51 Watch: Commercial rocket gets ready for launch
52 Google's Android target of new antitrust complaint
53 Shorty Awards 2013 honors Michelle Obama, Jimmy Kimmel
54 Laser beams to protect U.S. Navy from drones
55 North Korea said to be ready for missile test any day
56 Texas slasher suspect Dylan Quick fantasized about stabbing people since elementary school: police
57 American couple and their kids back in U.S. from Cuba
58 Student charged in Texas college stabbing attack
59 MTV cancels "Buckwild" after death of Shain Gandee
60 Paisley, LL Cool J duet "Accidental Racist" sparks backlash
61 Child shoots, kills Tenn. deputy's wife at weekend cookout
62 McConnell aides secretly taped ripping Ashley Judd
63 Obama on gun debate: "This isn't about me"
64 Irate liberal groups to fight Obama budget proposal
65 The act of defiance that transformed college basketball
66 As tensions rise, South Koreans worry about future of Kaesong industrial park
67 Should the NFL pay ex-players who suffered brain injuries?
68 Laser beams to protect U.S. Navy from drones
69 A decade after Saddam Hussein's statue falls: A tale of two memories
70 U.S. keeps close watch on North Korea as threats continue
71 Senator says bipartisan gun control deal likely
72 Anthony Weiner talks political comeback: "It's now or maybe never for me"
73 Beyonce, Jay-Z Cuba trip to set travel precedent?
74 Alzheimer's gene ABCA7 linked to increased disease risk in African-Americans
75 Child beats bird flu in China, first to completely recover
76 Therapy llamas, alpacas bring joy to patients at Oregon hospitals
77 FDA approves morning sickness pill that was taken off market 30 year ago
78 Shocking number of melanoma survivors tan, don't wear sunscreen: Study
79 NFL brain-injury panel a "sham," former players say
80 FDA eyes increase in freak accidents during robotic surgeries
81 Too many beeping alarms to blame for dozens of hospital deaths per year, report says
82 Smaller plates at meals may curb weight gain in kids
83 Hepatitis A scare at NYC eatery prompts Health Department to urge vaccines
84 Exoplanet satellite gets the nod from NASA
85 Supply problems hamper 'magic mushroom' drug research
86 Monarch butterflies navigate with compass but no map
87 Genetic 'kill switch' eradicates female silkworms for a better crop
88 Medical researchers rally for funds in Washington DC
89 Bigger not always better for penis size
90 Urgent search for flu source
91 Genetics: A gene of rare effect
92 Fishermen report on stocks from beyond the grave
93 Wild weather can send greenhouse gases spiralling
94 How to blackmail your parents for food
95 Renewable power: Germany's energy gamble
96 Stem cells boom in vet clinics
97 Budget forces tough look at biodefence
98 Gene patents in the dock
99 See-through brains clarify connections
100 Oldest dinosaur embryo fossils discovered in China
101 The right to speak out
102 Energy crossroads
103 Time for plan B
104 Brains as Clear as Jell-O for Scientists to Explore
105 New Guidelines Call for Broad Changes in Science Education
106 In Blacks, Alzheimer's Study Finds Same Variant Genes as in Whites
107 Robert G. Edwards, Nobel Winner for In Vitro Fertilization, Dies at 87
108 How a Leafy Folk Remedy Stopped Bedbugs in Their Tracks
109 Laureates Urge No Cuts to Budgets for Research
110 China Reports Two More Deaths From Bird Flu
111 Oyster Farm Caught Up in Pipeline Politics
112 Canadian Visits U.S. to Promote Oil Pipeline
113 Amid Drought, Water Board in New Mexico Confronts State Over Supply
114 Charting Her Own Course
115 Rebuilding the Shores, Increasing the Risks
116 Tiny Chiplets: A New Level of Micro Manufacturing
117 Life as a Race Against a Diagnosis
118 Navy Deploying Laser Weapon Prototype Near Iran
119 Q & A: Raw vs. Roasted
120 With Incentive, Monkeys Can Coordinate
121 Protein Linked to Development Problems
122 When Weather Changes, Grasshopper Turns Locust
123 Eating With Our Eyes Closed
124 Soaking Up the Sake