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1 Corked wine confuses smell receptors
2 Astronomers untangle asteroids from comets
3 Ear wax reveals whale's tale
4 Short-haired bumblebee nests in Dungeness
5 Stephen Hawking speaks out about assisted suicide
6 Health kick 'reverses cell aging'
7 Heli-ski Kyrgyzstan's most remote regions
8 Navy Yard: Aaron Alexis 'treated for mental health'
9 Costa Concordia: Stricken ship set upright in Italy
10 Syria crisis: France and Russia admit attack differences
11 Is Africa really a drunken continent?
12 Indian media: Twitter backlash over Miss America
13 Grand Theft Auto: One of Britain's finest cultural exports?
14 NY art dealer admits to multi-million dollar art fraud
15 North Korea: UN rights probe shows 'unspeakable atrocities'
16 Can you mix antibiotics and alcohol?
17 Iran social media block removed by technical hitch
18 Sony Smart Stick to challenge Google Chromecast dongle
19 Valve drops hints about Steam game hardware
20 Digital Indians: Sanjeev Bikhchandani's job site success
21 Mobile phone emergency alert system to be tested in UK
22 Tube cleaners refuse fingerprint clock-in, union says
23 Ecuador's Galapagos islands get on Google Street View
24 Microsoft launches $40bn share buyback
25 Teacher gives birth in Chigwell school
26 Austrian gunman shoots four dead
27 Why NASA is crash testing helicopters for science
28 Brotherhood spokesman Gehad al-Haddad 'held' in Egypt
29 Dhaka factory collapse: No compensation without DNA identification
30 The relationships that last longer than marriage
31 Embryo 'chatter' clues to fertility
32 Danone baby food unit 'shocked' by China bribery claims
33 Russia hospital fire kills 37 in Novgorod region
34 E. coli cases would be cut by cow jabs, scientists say
35 'Grassroots action' in livestock feeding to help curb global climate change
36 Model organism gone wild
37 Tiny plankton could have big impact on climate
38 Carbon farming schemes should consider multiple cobenefits
39 Pest control, economic globalization and the involvement of policy makers
40 CO2-hungry microbes might short-circuit the marine foodweb
41 Earth's wobble 'fixes' dinner for marine organisms
42 Marine Species Distribution Shifts Reflect Local Climate Conditions
43 N/A
44 Report: Climate change to shift Kenya's breadbaskets
45 Superconductivity to meet humanity's greatest challenges
46 Tropical forest carbon absorption may hinge on an odd couple
47 Tropical forests 'fix' themselves
48 Exposure to pig farms and manure fertilizers associated with MRSA infections
49 U of M researchers discover early-warning system to prevent fishery collapse
50 Food technologies deliver global public health solutions
51 Vaccinating cattle against E. coli O157 could cut human cases of infection by 85%, say scientists
52 Model of dangerous bee disease in Jersey provides tool in fight against honeybee infections
53 Sensors allow for efficient irrigation, give growers more control over plant growth
54 Study recommends strategies for improved management of fresh market spinach
55 Weather, yield compared for horticultural crops in Wisconsin, southern Ontario
56 Flame cultivation promising as weed control method for cranberry
57 Online citizen scientists: Classify plankton images
58 Study provides data to focus diarrheal disease response in remote, resource-strapped area of Africa
59 Heavily logged forests still valuable for tropical wildlife
60 Urban agriculture: The potential and challenges of producing food in cities
61 New 10 second sourcing technology set to transform archaeology
62 Ancient Golden Treasure Found at Foot of Temple Mount
63 Maya dismembered their enemies
64 Paleorivers across Sahara may have supported ancient human migration routes
65 Dali gets a health check: Using medical devices to diagnose art
66 Birth of Earth's continents
67 Mt. Zion dig reveals possible second temple period priestly mansion
68 Novelty of Eco-Friendly Bamboo Garments Lures Consumers--If the Price Is Right, Baylor Study Shows
69 Warm Ocean Rapidly Melting Antarctic Ice Shelf from Below
70 Achilles' heel of ice shelves is beneath the water, scientists reveal
71 Stanford scientists use 'wired microbes' to generate electricity from sewage
72 Study shows projected climate change in West Africa not likely to worsen malaria situation
73 New world map for overcoming climate change
74 First-time measurements in Greenland snowpack show a drop in atmospheric CO since 1950s
75 Clean energy least costly to power America's electricity needs
76 Breathing better, living longer
77 Wetlands more cost-effective in nutrient removal, but multiple payments would be of uncertain value
78 Birds appear to lack important anti-inflammatory protein
79 Sanford-Burnham researchers identify new target for melanoma treatment
80 Gut microbes closely linked to range of health issues
81 Study reveals link between oil spill exposure and hematologic and hepatic toxicity
82 Red grapes, blueberries may enhance immune function
83 Pancreatic stem cells isolated from mice
84 Osteoarthritis and the (not so) painful step toward a cure
85 NIH-funded study suggests brain is hard-wired for chronic pain
86 Carbonation alters the mind's perception of sweetness
87 Environmental complexity promotes biodiversity
88 Mesenchymal stem cell transplantation may heal a mother's childbirth injury
89 New technology for bioseparation
90 Predicting who will have chronic pain
91 OptSwap optimizes microbial strain design for production-scale bioprocessing
92 Information conveyed to urologists regarding laser fiber diameter is incorrect, says new study
93 Cilantro, that favorite salsa ingredient, purifies drinking water
94 A century of human impact on Arctic climate indicated by new models, historic aerosol data
95 Are women less corrupt?
96 Esteem issues determine how people put their best Facebook forward
97 Revised Medicaid Sterilization Policy Could Reduce Unintended Pregnancies, Save $215 Million in Annual Public Health Costs, Pitt Study Finds
98 Young people choose education based on parents' background
99 Study estimates economic impact of childhood food allergies
100 Socio-economic status influences risk of violence against aboriginal women
101 iPad app teaches students key skill for success in math, science, engineering
102 Intelligent use of electronic data helps the medicine go down, say researchers
103 Whole DNA sequencing reveals mutations, new gene for blinding disease
104 As Opioid Use Soars, No Evidence of Improved Treatment of Pain
105 Non-Traditional Mathematics Curriculum Results in Higher Standardized Test Scores, MU Study Finds
106 Wide-faced Men Make Others Act Selfishly
107 TV drug ads: The whole truth?
108 UC Davis study applies timely cost-effectiveness analysis to state breast cancer screening program
109 Entitlement-minded workers more likely to claim bosses mistreat them, new UNH research shows
110 MOOCs Forum--Preview Issue of Groundbreaking Publication for the Decisions, Designs, Development, and Deployment of Massive Open Online Courses
111 Physical contact + ethical marketing = increased consumer preference