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1 A new species of hummingbird?
2 Aggressive form of HIV uncovered in Cuba: HIV to AIDS in three years
3 Global rainfall satellites require massive overhaul
4 High seas fishing ban could boost global catches, equality
5 Carbon release from ocean helped end the Ice Age
6 Predicting plant responses to drought
7 Methane emissions vary at natural gas gathering and processing facilities
8 Global sea ice diminishing, despite Antarctic gains
9 Geoengineering report: Scientists urge more research on climate intervention
10 Mesothelioma in southern Nevada likely result of asbestos in environment
11 Earthquake activity linked to injection wells may vary by region
12 Coral reef symbiosis: Paying rent with sugar and fat
13 Potential 'killer blow' to King Richard III revealed
14 Bejewelled backdrop to coronations did not cost a king's ransom
15 Oldest fur seal identified, ending 5-million-year 'ghost lineage'
16 What makes the feather soar
17 When is a Pollock not a Pollock? Computer analysis verifies authenticity of Jackson Pollock's drip painting
18 Historic Indian sword was masterfully crafted
19 Earliest evidence of large-scale human-produced air pollution in South America found
20 Swimming reptiles make their mark in the Early Triassic
21 Amber fossil links earliest grasses, dinosaurs and fungus used to produce LSD
22 Researchers reveal how hearing evolved
23 Lack of ID checks for buying cigarettes in New York City
24 Investigation reveals network of links between public health scientists and sugar industry
25 Unraveling the complex web of global food trade
26 How health authorities might improve communication about vaccinations
27 One in five suicides is associated with unemployment
28 F-bombs notwithstanding, all languages skew toward happiness: Universal human bias for positive words
29 Both Liberals, Conservatives Can Have Science Bias
30 Would federal lands takeover in Utah harm the public? Experts think so
31 Ebola: New studies model a deadly epidemic
32 Settling for 'Mr. Right Now' better than waiting for 'Mr. Right,' shows model of digital organisms
33 Increasing individualism in US linked with rise of white-collar jobs
34 Novel method projects growth potential of new firms: Which tech businesses will thrive?
35 Choosing a cell phone, prescription drug plan or new car? Read this first
36 Can we talk? Patients may avoid topic of work-related asthma for fear of losing jobs
37 benefits from collaboration between competing firms
38 Building trustworthy big data algorithms
39 Privacy challenges: Just four vague pieces of info can identify you, and your credit card
40 To reassure electric car buyers, combine battery leasing with better charging
41 Ads effective even in the midst of multitasking, studies find
42 Would you tell your manager you had a mental health problem?
43 Learning with all the senses: Movement, images facilitate vocabulary learning
44 Public and scientists express strikingly different views about science-related issues
45 Can synesthesia be taught? Colored letters, tasty sounds?
46 Concentrating on word sounds helps reading instruction and intervention
47 Playing with puzzles, blocks may build children's spatial skills
48 Students master math through movement using Kinect for Windows
49 Girls lead boys in academic achievement globally
50 Mindfulness-based program in schools making a positive impact, study shows
51 For university students, walking beats sitting
52 How are student loans affecting the well-being of young adults?
53 100 Years Later, Antarctic Explorers' Huts Look Frozen in Time
54 Grand Canyon Wolf that Made Epic Journey Shot Dead in Utah
55 Dog Days of Winter? Alaska's Lack of Snow Forces Change in Iditarod
56 Bug Kama Sutra: Flexible Moth Evolved Many Ways to Mate
57 Will Pacific Island Nations Disappear as Seas Rise? Maybe Not
58 How Art Heals the Wounds of War
59 Nearly 200 Whales Stranded on New Zealand Beach
60 What Do Animals See in the Mirror?
61 Pro-Vaccine but Afraid to Vaccinate: Inside One Family's Doubts
62 Keystone XL Veto Threat: Does 'No' Really Mean No?
63 Nebraska Ruling Throws Keystone XL Decision Back to State Department
64 A Caribbean Island Says Goodbye Diesel and Hello 100% Renewable Electricity
65 Costa Rica Eyes National Parks' Volcanoes for Energy
66 Winter Rations Prompt Coal Use in Hydropower-Rich Tajikistan
67 Following the Oil Trail: From Alberta to British Columbia
68 World's 10 Most Sustainable Cities? Hint: Not Fast-Growing Jakarta or Delhi
69 US panel redefines chronic fatigue syndrome
70 NIH plan to give aging scientists cash draws scepticism
71 Impact of UK research revealed in 7,000 case studies
72 Spaceplane re-entry is a European first
73 Measles by the numbers: A race to eradication
74 Darwin's iconic finches join genome club
75 Optics: Super vision
76 Optics: Leading lights
77 Light fantastic
78 Stem-cell star lands in same venture as disgraced cloner
79 Questions emerge over top Chinese science prize
80 European languages linked to migration from the east
81 Forensics specialist discusses a discipline in crisis
82 Journal publishes 200-word papers
83 Future US megadroughts set to be the worst in 1,000 years
84 Clinical-trial specialist could be next FDA chief
85 Jupiter glimpsed as aliens would see it
86 Telling stories
87 Spot the difference
88 A single light
89 Policy: Start research on climate engineering
90 Physics in finance: Trading at the speed of light
91 Gravitational waves discovery now officially dead
92 Not your average technician
93 Sodium's explosive secrets revealed
94 Neuroscience: The brain, interrupted
95 Why Can't Scientists and the Public Agree?
96 Plant Population Dying, Ant-Eating Bears to the Rescue
97 Bacteria's Lack of Evolution Eludes Scientists
98 Meet Josephoartigasia, the Largest Rodent that Ever Lived
99 South American Monkeys...from Africa?
100 Never-Before-Seen Orchid Recovered from Minefield, Cardamom Mountains
101 Neanderthals May Have Disappeared from Europe Earlier than Thought
102 Dogs Were NOT a Caveman's Best Friend
103 650-Year-Old Drought Led to Abandonment of Ancient City
104 Evolution Shows Waiting for 'Mr. Right' Isn't Wise After All
105 US Southeast to See More Tornadoes Due to Climate Change
106 Cereal Crops Brace for Flooding
107 LEGOs Help Keep Bug Nuts Sane
108 Famous Alamo is Fading Away Due to Erosion
109 With Bionic Leaf, Sunlight Becomes Liquid Fuel
110 UPDATE: 'Milky Rain' Not Volcanic Ash, Says Researcher
111 Scientists Finally Solve Age-Old Lollipop Question
112 Comets and Deep Fried Ice Cream: the Tasty Similarities
113 Dinos Tripped on Ancient Fungus, Fossils Hint
114 Oldest Known Fur Seal Discovered, Ends 'Ghost Lineage'
115 Ancient Shrew-Like Mammals Discovered in China
116 The 'Killer Blow' that Killed King Richard III