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1 Ancient Amulet Discovered in Cyprus with Unique Inscription
2 How Volcanic Iron Delayed Life on Earth
3 Dirt Reveals Demise of Ancient Civilization During Dark Age
4 Sea Lion Decline: 'Autopsies from Space' Starts Pointing Fingers
5 Cosmic Impact May Not Have Caused Mammoth Die-Offs
6 Just What is a Frog Crab?
7 'Wisdom' of Woolly Bear Weathermen is Called into Question
8 Utah Dinosaur 'Death Trap' Suggests Pack Hunting
9 How Flying Fish First Took Off
10 Venom Variation in Snake Species
11 Discovered Soy Gene Could Save Us from Salty Starvation
12 Another Nessie? Fossils of a Scottish Sea Monster
13 Easter Island Extinction Blamed on Environment
14 'Two-Faced' Fossil Shows Humans Evolved from Cartilaginous Fishes
15 Ancient Stone Tools Spark Evolution of Human Language, Teaching
16 Fingerprints on Feathers: Forensics Fight Wildlife Crime
17 Jurassic Fish Had Jaw that Could Crush Shells
18 Neanderthals Smart Enough to Make Bone Tools
19 Tickling Lab Rats is Good for Science
20 Why We Can Smell Rain Coming [VIDEO]
21 Recycling Metals with Fish Sperm?!
22 Ancient Sea Scorpions Had Landlubber Legs
23 Humans Have Been Living in New Epoch for Last 50 Years
24 US Farmers Fighting Drought May Have Hope Yet
25 Lost Beagle 2 Found on Red Planet's Surface
26 Marine Life May Face Extinction in an Industrialized World
27 Migrating Sea Turtles Use Magnetics to Find Home
28 US Agencies Confirm: 2014 Was the Hottest
29 Bizarre New Creature Looks like a Worm/Snake Hybrid
30 Global Wheat Yield May Drop as Temperatures Rise
31 Humans Have Been Living in New Epoch for Last 50 Years
32 What Makes Sharks Sink? Fresh Water
33 Pair of Dwarf Planets May Lurk Beyond Pluto
34 Rice-Sized Laser Leads the Way in Quantum Computing
35 How to age gracefully? Ask a bowhead whale
36 U.S. GAO rejects protest of space taxi deal with Boeing, SpaceX
37 Corn syrup more toxic than table sugar in female mice: study
38 23andMe, Genentech to analyze 3,000 Parkinson's genomes
39 U.S. Air Force 'close' to certifying new satellite launch provider
40 Bosnia leads global search for missing with expertise on bones
41 Smart Court serves up instant review for the tennis masses
42 Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest monkey of all?
43 Know when to fold 'em: computer aces Texas hold 'em poker
44 Japan reorients space effort to bolster security, drive exports
45 SpaceX rocket nails launch but narrowly misses landing test
46 Move over Nessie, Scotland gets a new prehistoric marine reptile
47 SpaceX cargo capsule reaches International Space Station
48 Crustacean shells rival plastics for keeping food fresh: study
49 Plants versus ants: voracious vegetation is victorious
50 Fling or ring? Men's mating preferences not hard wired: study
51 Florida's Cape Canaveral may be world's busiest spaceport in 2015
52 Genome wiz Venter partners with Roche in DNA sequencing deal
53 Astronauts back in U.S. part of space station after leak scare
54 U.S. Air Force secretary upbeat on SpaceX certification
55 Climate change, extinctions signal Earth in danger zone: study
56 Humans push planet beyond boundaries towards "danger zone": study
57 In U.S. academia, fields that cherish sheer genius shun women
58 Scientists raise alarm on China's fishy aqua farms
59 The Beagle has landed: Britain's missing spacecraft found on Mars
60 Last year was Earth's hottest on record, U.S. scientists say
61 Defying Textbook Science, Study Finds New Role for Proteins
62 Being a Couch Potato Could Have Led to Marital Bliss in Mantis Shrimps
63 Mystery of Funky 'Disco' Clam's Flashing Revealed
64 Baleen Hormones Increase Understanding of Bowhead Whale Reproduction
65 Scientists Tap Tree Genomes to Discover Adaptation Strategies
66 Braving the Cold to Understand What Makes Squirrels Tick
67 Desires of Microscopic Shrimp Illuminate Evolutionary Theory
68 2014's Top-10 Scientific Achievements at Brookhaven Lab
69 New Technology Focuses Diffuse Light Inside Living Tissue
70 Over 28,000 Endangered Lemurs Illegally Kept as Pets in Madagascar May Threaten Conservation and Survival of Species
71 University of Tennessee Professor Researches Rare Rock with 30,000 Diamonds
72 Epigenomics Analysis Reveals Surprising New Clues to Insulin Resistance
73 Promise in Plasma Acceleration, Potential New Metrics of Academic Dispersion, China's New Role in Underground Astroparticle Physics, Water from the Deep and Reckoning with Einstein
74 Acoustic Levitation Made Simple
75 Farmer Helps Close Down Wildlife Poaching Racket
76 'CRISPR' Science: Newer Genome Editing Tool Shows Promise in Engineering Human Stem Cells
77 Complex Math Model Could Be Simple Way to Predict Bladder Cancer Recurrence
78 Crowd Science Provides Major Boost for Certain Research Projects
79 DNA Origami Could Lead to Nano "Transformers" for Biomedical Applications
80 How Bacteria Control Their Size
81 Two Long Island High School Students Among Team that Files Patent Application for New Highly Effective, Eco-Friendly Flame Retardant
82 Hubble Goes High Def to Revisit the Iconic 'Pillars of Creation'
83 Hubble's High-Definition Panoramic View of the Andromeda Galaxy
84 Hubble Discovers that Milky Way Core Drives Wind at 2 Million Miles Per Hour
85 Amherst College Astronomy Professor Detects Record-Breaking Black Hole Outburst
86 Blind Students Learn to Think like Scientists with Revolutionary Traveling Toolboxes
87 Black Widow Spider Venom Unveiled: The Fast Evolution of a Potent Toxin
88 When DNA Gets Sent to Time-Out
89 'Iron Sun' Is Not a Rock Band, but a Key to How Stars Transmit Energy
90 Hot Showers, Lower Power Bills with Heat Pump Water Heaters
91 2014 Was Third Warmest, but Barely
92 Physicists Awarded Prize for Groundbreaking Work in Cosmology
93 SAB Biotherapeutics Receives $3 Million Equity Investment
94 Hormonal Similarity Makes Happy Couples
95 Snail Invaders Succumb to Vacuum-Steam Treatment
96 Having a Hard Time Focusing?
97 The Best Offense Against Bacteria is a Good Defense
98 Sudden Jump in a Storm's Lightning Might Warn a Supercell Is Forming
99 New Planetary Discovery Demonstrates Fascinating Diversity
100 Eight Graduate Students and Postdocs Receive GSA's Delill Nasser Award
101 Are Human Behaviors Affecting Bird Communities in Residential Areas?
102 Scientists Identify First Nutrient Sensor in Key Growth-Regulating Metabolic Pathway
103 Restoring Vision to the Blind
104 Seeing Hydrogen Atoms to Unveil Enzyme Catalysis
105 Drexel University Names DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman Its 2015 Engineering Leader of the Year
106 Hello People, Goodbye Soil
107 Science at Risk as Young Researchers Increasingly Denied Research Grants
108 How the 'Beast Quake' Is Helping Scientists Track Real Earthquakes
109 Researchers Work to Counter a New Class of Coffee Shop Hackers
110 Students Testing Indian Toilets