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January

So far in the month of January, Carnegie Mellon Media Relations has counted hundreds of references to the university in worldwide publications. Here is a sample.

Fuzzy facts can make crime rankings suspect | The Wall Street Journal

Could Google's data hoarding be good for you? | BBC News Magazine

NBC brings "Science of N.H.L. Hockey" to TVs and classrooms | The New York Times - Slapshot Blog

Bernanke nears inflation target prize | Reuters/The China Post

Deadly E. Coli toxin can be stopped with manganese, study says | Bloomberg Businessweek

5 questions, answers about the Megaupload case | NPR.org

Visibility before all | The Economist

Prestigious U.S. research university opens Rwanda campus | Voice of America

Prof. aims to rebuild Google with stuff in desk drawer | Wired.com

Santorum pro-labor votes lurk as rivals attack early on earmarks | Bloomberg.com

Local options help slow Africa's brain drain | The New York Times

Top A&E stories of 2011 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review