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1 Frog fungus sheds light on disease spread
2 'Optical clock' yields split-second success
3 Air pollution boosts lung, heart risks
4 Next Mars rover to hunt ancient life
5 Optical lattice atomic clock could 'redefine the second'
6 Intelligence and Security Committee warning over Syria weapons
7 Antarctic's Pine Island glacier produces giant iceberg
8 Call to pay landowners to save peat
9 Air pollution 'harmful for those with failing hearts'
10 Belgians queue to experience 'world's smelliest plant'
11 Can Germany afford its 'energy bender' shift to green power?
12 Sumatran orangutans: Meeting the refugees of the lost rainforest
13 Working with wildlife: The conservationist
14 Can science explain why I'm a pessimist?
15 Sixty dead or missing after Lac-Megantic train blast
16 Egypt Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie arrest ordered
17 Apple conspired to fix e-book prices, judge rules
18 Boston Marathon bomb accused Dzhokhar Tsarnaev due in court
19 China Sichuan landslide 'buries up to 40 people'
20 Egypt's upheaval raises middle-class brain drain fears
21 Why Queen recognises a US tribe but US government does not
22 Choir singers 'synchronise their heartbeats'
23 Asiana 214 pilot realised plane flying too low
24 Australian police find 5.7m python in Queensland shop
25 Seven deaths are linked to fake ecstasy tablets, police say
26 Sir Elton John: 'Lucky to be alive' after appendicitis
27 The Waltons actor Joe Conley dies at 85
28 Paris mansion Hotel Lambert seriously damaged by fire
29 Voyager: A long, long trip into the unknown
30 Race between education and ignorance
31 Chile's Pinera stokes abortion row over rape victim
32 Home-buying around the world
33 Have you been a victim of meeting malpractice?
34 Undertexter subtitle translation site raided by police
35 France ends three-strikes internet piracy ban policy
36 Touchscreens 'a small step' in innovation
37 App Store 'full of zombies' claim on Apple anniversary
38 PCs attacked after Google worker revealed Microsoft bug
39 Pirate Bay founder creates encrypted messaging app
40 CPS employee 'added defendant on Facebook'
41 Prince Andrew is first Royal Family member on Twitter
42 Flipping fish adapt to land living
43 Deserts 'greening' from rising CO2
44 Less haze in Singapore as the cause becomes clearer and more complex
45 Temperature increases causing tropical forests to blossom, according to study
46 VIMS study shows "dead zone" impacts Bay fishes
47 Buckling up to turn
48 Harvard researchers warn of legacy mercury in the environment
49 Getting to the Root of the Matter
50 UCBS's NCEAS find tropical forest blossoms are sensitive to changing climate
51 Glimpse into the future of acidic oceans shows ecosystems transformed
52 US farm subsidy policies contribute to worsening obesity trends
53 Japan, China and South Korea account for 84% of the macroalgae patents
54 Tiny new catfish species found in Rio Paraiba do Sul basin, Brazil
55 Wildfires may contribute more to global warming than previously predicted
56 Contemplating the Brazilian dilemma: Abundant grain/inadequate storage
57 Link between low vitamin D blood levels and heart disease varies by race
58 The dark side of artificial sweeteners
59 Cloud brightening to cool seas can protect coral reefs
60 A Malaysian beauty: Newly described endemic herb species under threat of extinction
61 Wind power does not strongly affect greater prairie chickens, seven-year study finds
62 Comprehensive Assessments of Deepwater Horizon Spill and Restoration Plans Need to Include Social and Economic Effects, Report Says
63 Fear of deportation not an issue for farmworkers who receive care from community health centers
64 No single origin for agriculture in the Fertile Crescent
65 Earliest evidence of using flower beds for burial found in Raqefet Cave in Mt. Carmel
66 Egyptian leader makes surprise appearance at archaeological dig in Israel
67 Oldest Use of Flowers in Grave Lining
68 Inscription from time of David & Solomon found near Temple Mount in Hebrew University excavation
69 Innovative MIT study estimates extent to which air pollution in China shortens human lives
70 Scientists Image Vast Subglacial Water System Underpinning West Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier
71 CU study shows how early Earth kept warm enough to support life
72 Evolution too slow to keep up with climate change, study says
73 Efficiency in the forest
74 The contribution of the Greenland ice sheet to sea-level rise will continue to increase
75 Heat Radiation of Small Objects: Beyond Planck's Equations
76 Stanford researchers say 'peak oil' concerns should ease
77 Discovery of the 'Plastisphere'--a new marine ecological community
78 Trees Using Water More Efficiently as Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Rises
79 Jagged graphene can slice into cell membranes
80 United States losing ground to other countries in health outcomes
81 Study puts troubling traits of H7N9 avian flu virus on display
82 Dye-sensitized solar cells rival conventional cell efficiency
83 IU researchers create the inner ear from stem cells, opening potential for new treatments
84 Cool it, quick: Rapid cooling leads to stronger alloys
85 Bacteria from Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia conceal bioplastic
86 Calculating the value of effortful behavior: A clue to schizophrenia-related disability?
87 Membranes in tight corners
88 Nanoparticles, 'pH phoresis' could improve cancer drug delivery
89 A fundamental problem for brain mapping
90 Cigarette smoke impacts genes linked to health of heart and lungs
91 Toward a safer form of acetaminophen
92 Scientists decode mystery sequences involved in gene regulation
93 Researchers Create Method to Rapidly Identify Specific Strains of Illness
94 Scripps Research Institute Team Shows 'Bath Salts' Stimulant Could Be More Addictive than Meth
95 Researchers report new source of powerful immunity protein
96 Joslin researchers find key mechanism in increased atherosclerosis risk for people with diabetes
97 Researchers Perform DNA Computation in Living Cells
98 Fixed payments not a barrier to quality of care in HMOs, study finds
99 Medicaid programs vary in coverage of preventive care, report says
100 Gunning for trouble: Study of young assault victims finds risky mix of gun possession and aggression
101 Brain structural deficits may contribute to increased functional connections
102 LSUHSC research adds new info to improve pediatric dental sedation
103 Exposure to stress even before conception causes genetic changes to offspring
104 The aging population and emergency departments
105 Nurse practitioners provide more primary care in states with least restrictive regulations
106 Medical Safety Innovation Gets a Boost from Systematic Analysis
107 Are the 'U.S. News' medical school rankings for primary care education relevant?
108 Growth of cardiac services linked to competition, not improved patient care, study finds
109 Health info exchange: Short-term growth, but long-term concerns
110 Outdated practice of annual cervical-cancer screenings may cause more harm than good
111 Avoidance strategies can be valuable stress reliever, says new paper on work/life/school balance.
112 Note to teens: Just breathe
113 Over-confident CEOs can put companies at risk
114 Graphene on its way to conquer Silicon Valley
115 Researchers Build 3-D Structures Out of Liquid Metal
116 Silicon oxide memories transcend a hurdle
117 ALMA prenatal scan reveals embryonic monster star
118 Typhoid's lethal secret revealed
119 Astronomers witness birth of Milky Way's most massive star
120 A new way to trap light
121 IBEX spacecraft images the heliotail, revealing an unexpected structure
122 Memorial Sloan-Kettering researchers develop new method for tracking cell signaling
123 Birds outpace climate change to avoid extinction
124 Mycobacteria get all the advantages of sex with none of the downsides
125 Research demonstrates the influence of temporal niches in maintaining biodiversity
126 Big name for a small worm
127 Research suggests Madagascar no longer an evolutionary hotspot
128 New analytical methodology can guide electrode optimization
129 Report looks at successful government crowdsourcing efforts for earthquake monitoring
130 Huge iceberg breaks away from the Pine Island glacier in the Antarctic
131 Poor planning skills found to contribute to income-achievement gap
132 Higher education may be protective against MS-associated cognitive deficits
133 Study confirms adding chemotherapy to surgery improves survival in advanced gastric cancer
134 Immune-boosting colorectal cancer drug shows promise
135 Mobile at university--Fit for life
136 EULAR issues updated rheumatoid arthritis management recommendations
137 People's diets show a sugar-fat seesaw
138 Powerful Animal Tracking System Helps Research Take Flight
139 LSUHSC research identifies new risk factors for parasitic infection
140 School policies reduce student drinking--if they're perceived to be enforced
141 Rose-colored beer goggles: Social benefits of heavy drinking outweigh harms
142 Adult-supervised drinking in teens may lead to more alcohol use
143 Youth bullying because of perceived sexual orientation widespread and damaging
144 Infants' food linked to higher, lower Type 1 diabetes risk
145 Research team improves immunization strategies for dengue fever in Thailand
146 Great ape genetic diversity catalog frames primate evolution and future conservation
147 Australian physicists cast new light on spin-bowling
148 Deep-space flashes light up a new face of Nature
149 The allergist is listening: 5 things they need to hear, from your child
150 Intestinal bacteria may fuel inflammation and worsen HIV disease
151 Test tube children develop mentally normal
152 Radioimmunotherapy Deemed Safe and Effective for Lymphoma Patients
153 Jealousy can drive us to view ourselves more like our rivals
154 Adults with eating disorders have a poorer prognosis if they suffer hyperactivity
155 Tots who sleep less have more behavior problems, says study
156 Rates of cardiovascular procedures differ for medicare beneficiaries
157 Israel Makes Dramatic Advance in Blindness Prevention
158 Not so blue? Study suggests many Americans less depressed
159 Of Aging Bones and Sunshine
160 Kangaroo Care found to offer developmental benefits for premature newborns
161 University of East Anglia research reveals true cost of farming to UK economy
162 The balancing act of producing more food sustainably
163 Denormalizing smoking: Making the case for banning cigarettes in parks and on beaches
164 Ethical quandary about vaccinations sparked by tension between parental rights and protecting public health
165 Survey shows limited use of sex offender registry
166 UC Davis MIND Institute researchers identify specific fetal antigens attacked by maternal antibodies
167 MU Researchers Find Condition in Dogs that May Help Further Research Into Human Disease
168 Obesity rises in nearly all counties but Americans becoming more physically active
169 Economic crisis lowers birth rates
170 Emergency Physicians Use New Tool to Detect Drug-Seekers in the ER
171 Study: Mexican immigrants' politics more diverse than pundits assert
172 Glued to Your Cell Phone? Research Suggests It May Reduce Your Physical Activity and Fitness
173 Cosmic radio bursts point to cataclysmic origins
174 White dwarf star throws light on possible variability of a constant of nature
175 Mesoscale ocean eddies impact weather
176 Using the sun to illuminate a basic mystery of matter
177 Cosmic Dust Belts without Dust
178 Improved interpretation of volcanic traces in ice
179 Cosmochemist discovers potential solution to meteorite mystery
180 GR20/Amaldi10: Space-time is not the same for everyone
181 Sun's Loops are Displaying an Optical Illusion
182 Sanford-Burnham researchers develop novel nanoparticle to deliver powerful RNA interference drugs
183 Method to improve blood supply to engineered replacement tissues
184 NTU invention transforms plain surfaces into low-cost touch screens
185 Putting more science into the art of making nanocrystals