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1 Southern stormy weather comes in waves
2 Art fake unearthed using 'bomb peak' method
3 Curiosity captures Earth in Martian twilight
4 Earliest footprints outside Africa discovered in Norfolk
5 'No target' in UK animal tests plan
6 Anger at environment chief in flood-hit Somerset
7 Pacific salmon migrate with a 'magnetic map'
8 Dartmoor tomb treasure horde uncovered by archaeologists
9 Child leukaemia 'not linked to power lines'
10 Gaia 'billion-star surveyor' returns test image
11 Fresh impact crater spied on Mars
12 Sea wall 'eco-engineering' can help boost biodiversity
13 Plastic bag charge a 'complete mess'
14 Temporary blindness 'boosts hearing'
15 New sign language words to describe solar system
16 US military funds Mission Impossible 'vanishing' tech
17 Aiming toys at just boys or girls hurts economy--minister
18 Floods: The battle to save lives and livelihoods
19 Lifting the lid on a Colossal secret
20 How do you fix the Dawlish problem?
21 Is Australia falling out of love with solar power?
22 Emissions impossible: Did spies sink key climate deal?
23 Paris is making love public, in 160 characters or less
24 Victoria Nuland gaffe: Angela Merkel condemns EU insult
25 US jobs growth lower than expected in January
26 Dieudonne acquitted over video on killer of French Jew
27 South Korea firm to sell 'bullying insurance'
28 The Jewish fear of intermarriage
29 Why Schapelle's story grips Australia
30 US military steps up operations in the Horn of Africa
31 Leonard Nimoy reveals he has lung disease
32 Afghan Taliban capture British military dog
33 Violent protests break out in Bosnia-Hercegovina
34 Hong Kong: US bomb from World War Two defused by police
35 Scottish independence: Seven months to save UK, Cameron says
36 EA faces criticism over mobile Dungeon Keeper game
37 Man travels 1,000 miles to claim bogus prize
38 Advice on quitting your job and travelling for a year
39 Syria crisis: Evacuation operation in Homs begins
40 How soon is too soon to make movies about a war?
41 Who, What, Why: How do you drive in floods?
42 Take this job--and love it
43 Harness your competitive drive
44 Where to find Kyoto's glow
45 Victoria Nuland gaffe shows diplomats can trash-talk too
46 Are drones the next target for hackers?
47 Icelanders to enjoy virtual cash giveaway
48 Facebook reviews family memorials after dad's plea
49 IBM's Watson in Africa to help solve problems
50 Snowden leaks: GCHQ 'attacked Anonymous' hackers
51 Networking site LinkedIn shares fall 15% on weak outlook
52 'Japanese Beethoven' admits he is a fraud
53 Shares in Twitter plummet after user growth slows
54 Google to make 'significant' changes to avoid EU fine
55 Top secret UK drone Taranis makes first flight
56 Sony to sell PC unit and cut jobs
57 Apple's Mac OSX imitated in latest North Korea system
58 Adobe Flash Player gets emergency update
59 Anti-piracy app launched by music industry
60 Aston Martin recalls 17,000 cars over possible defective part
61 Snowden leaks: The man who watches over the NSA
62 DIY apps and the rise of 'citizen developers'
63 After hours robots win Tate prize
64 Does Bollywood incite sexual violence in India?
65 New kids on the box: When The Beatles first hit US TV
66 Measles global deaths decline by 78%, WHO estimates
67 Schizophrenia: Talking therapies 'effective as drugs'
68 Bionic hand allows patient to 'feel'
69 Female genital mutilation: Hospitals to log victims
70 CVS Caremark pharmacies to halt tobacco sales
71 Female genital mutilation: A family speaks out against the abuse
72 Female mice prefer unfamiliar male songs
73 Strange marine mammals of ancient North Pacific revealed
74 Social media analysis shows the Garment District still rules New York fashion
75 Mass extinction may not cause all organisms to 'shrink'
76 Gene that influences receptive joint attention in chimpanzees gives insight into autism
77 A short stay in darkness may heal hearing woes
78 Quarks in the looking glass
79 Rural primary care physicians offer insight into rural women's health care
80 Falcon feathers pop-up during dive
81 New study finds early universe 'warmed up' later than previously believed
82 Why do young people fail to thrive?
83 University of Montana research shows converting land to agriculture reduces carbon uptake
84 A key facilitator of mRNA editing uncovered by IU researchers
85 Theorists predict new forms of exotic insulating materials
86 Quick test finds signs of diarrheal disease
87 RNA sequencing of 750-year-old barley virus sheds new light on the Crusades
88 US lead in science and technology shrinking
89 Toxin from brain cells triggers neuron loss in human ALS model
90 Substance in photosynthesis was at work in ancient, methane-producing microbes
91 'Steak-knife' teeth reveal ecology of oldest land predators
92 Link confirmed between salmon migration, magnetic field
93 Fish biomass in the ocean is 10 times higher than estimated
94 What's behind a No. 1 ranking?
95 Evidence that shivering and exercise may convert white fat to brown
96 Scientists turn primitive artificial cell into complex biological materials
97 DNA of peanut-allergic kids changes with immune therapy, Stanford/Packard study finds
98 Study dispels theories of Y chromosome's demise
99 Get used to heat waves: Extreme El Nino events to double
100 Discovery of quantum vibrations in 'microtubules' corroborates theory of consciousness
101 UNC researchers harness sun's energy during day for use at night
102 Picture of how our climate is affected by greenhouse gases is a 'cloudy' one
103 Ocean fish farming harms wild fish, study says
104 Fishdunnit! Mystery solved
105 Glacier that sank the Titanic is really on the move, say scientists
106 Yeeeehaw! Mars Rover Curiosity considering jumping sand dune. (+video)
107 How ancient lethal volcanic gas left a gift for paleontologists
108 Cretaceous 'Pompeii' left behind exquisitely preserved fossils, say scientists
109 Humongous Burmese Python shot, killed in Florida (+video)
110 Bill Nye versus Ken Ham: Who won? (+video)
111 Holy Missing Link, Batman! Ancient bat lineage unearthed in Egypt.
112 Woolly rhinoceroses and woolly mammoths ate forbs, say scientists (+video)
113 Astronomers spot humongous, wobbly, speedy, gassy planet
114 Our universe was slower to warm up than previously thought, say scientists
115 Scientists unlock a secret of Chinook salmon's uncanny GPS
116 Most ocean havens for fish aren't. Researchers ID ways to do better.