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1 Parents hold secret to beating cancer
2 Nanotubes to knit bullet-proof armour
3 Astronaut pushes boundaries on spacewalk
4 Stonehenge's huge support settlement
5 The reality of our science future
6 Brain 'closes eyes' to hear music
7 Bird night attacks may be unique
8 Most ready for 'green sacrifices'
9 A Gaming Dad's Lament: Will No-One Make AAA Videogames With the 'Hardcasual' Player In Mind?
10 Britons sending 1bn texts weekly
11 Robot cars race around California
12 Seeking answers to origin of MS
13 Energy alcohol mixes 'harm risk'
14 Epilepsy genes 'may cut seizures'
15 Faulty Intel Source "Curve Ball" Revealed
16 Music Player Cellphone Flubs
17 The Ivory War
18 The Autism Explosion
19 iPhone international
20 AT&T Launches International Service Plan For iPhone
21 AT&T, Apple launch new international plan for iPhone users
22 Huggable WiFi appliance; a new computer for Linux lovers
23 Tech File: Another option to Apple/Microsoft duopoly: Linux PCs
24 Kmart says it still supports Blu-ray
25 'Do Not Track' Could Backfire
26 Rivalry pushes robotics forward
27 Battery-size Heart Aid a Boon for Women
28 Smaller heart pump works well in women--U.S. study
29 Mall bathroom sex sting spotlights subculture
30 Deadly virus finds new home in rural West
31 Drug-eluting stents not riskier in study
32 Heart Stents Raise Cost of Care, Fail to Prolong Life in Study
33 Drug-coated stents better, study says
34 Patient's vision: Treating cancer without chemo
35 Hand-washing defends against staph infections
36 Without enough sleep, children gain weight: study
37 Kids Who Skimp on Sleep Tend to Be Fatter
38 Despite Setback, Hunt for Cholesterol Drug Not Over
39 Rare cancer-causing syndrome found, for the first time, in Singapore
40 Antioxidants could provide all-purpose radiation protection
41 Curry-derived molecules might be too spicy for colorectal cancers
42 WFU researchers discover new hemoglobin function
43 Teamwork improves learning and career success
44 'TRAP' preserves genetic properties of popular geranium
45 How sweet is it?
46 Lost in the middle: author order matters, new paper says
47 Changing the way doctors treat high blood pressure
48 Smaller heart pump bridges time to transplant for more women
49 Large VA study finds seasonal differences in blood pressure
50 Heart failure patients benefit from nurse-led intervention
51 Blood-incompatible infant heart transplants safe, may save more lives
52 Breastfeeding babies offers them long-term heart-health benefits
53 High-tech CT scans: not a bad choice to test for clogged arteries
54 Delayed angioplasty--big bucks, no bang
55 Biomarker May Be an Early Predictor of Advanced Breast Cancer
56 Computers learn art appreciation
57 Old Folks Focus Just Fine, Thanks
58 Chocolate Has Sweet Effect on Blood Flow
59 Guts of Ancient Spider Revealed in 3-D
60 Whatever Happened to Fuel Cells?
61 Whatever Happened to Wave Energy?
62 Your Heart Shrinks With Age
63 Tut Mummy on Public Display for First Time
64 King Tut Died in Hunting Accident, Expert Says
65 Tut Move Designed to Save Mummy
66 Headless Skeletons Reveal Secrets of Ancient Islanders
67 Headless Skeletons Reveal Ancient Ritual
68 One in Three European Freshwater Fish Face Extinction
69 'Aggressive but safe' SUV wins robotic street race
70 Tutankhamen's 'smile' on view for the first time
71 New Computer Program Automates Chip Debugging
72 Computers Learn Art Appreciation
73 Researchers discover new hemoglobin function
74 GM-backed college students win US military's robot car race
75 Government plan to revive 'Dead Zone' in Gulf of Mexico could backfire
76 China: Satellite Enters Moon's Orbit
77 Computers learn art appreciation
78 Chilean President's Web Page Hacked
79 Time Change Bug Hits Some Alltel Phones
80 MySpace Expands Program for Targeted Ads
81 New fluorescent label sheds light on brain diseases
82 'TRAP' preserves genetic properties of popular geranium
83 How sweet is it?
84 Powerful integration of lipid metabolic profiling with gene expression analysis
85 U.S. nearly free from weevil threat
86 Breastfeeding babies offers them long-term heart-health benefits
87 Lost in the middle: author order matters, new paper says
88 High-tech CT scans: not a bad choice to test for clogged arteries
89 Early exposure to violent TV promotes aggression in boys: study
90 When Treating High Blood Pressure, Simplicity is Best
91 'You're not a victim of domestic violence, are you?'
92 Guardian of genome predicts treatment outcomes for childhood cancer
93 Delayed angioplasty--big bucks, no bang
94 Lack of Sleep May Lead to Fatter Kids
95 Study: Educational TV for Toddlers OK
96 Risk said associated with Eli Lilly drug
97 Setting stars reveal planetary secrets
98 First-ever precise data on Yangtze water quality
99 MIT works toward smart optical microchips
100 A conductive plastic fights corrosion
101 Smell You Later: Scientists Reveal How Mice Recognize Each Other
102 Wildfire Drives Carbon Levels In Northern Forests
103 Ears Ringing? Cells In Developing Ear May Explain Tinnitus
104 Promising Vaccine Against Deadly Staph Infections Blocks Communication System Of Bacteria
105 Fountain Of Youth For Your Heart?
106 Cultic City And Fortress Unearthed In Southern Turkey
107 Sleep-related Breathing Disorder Linked To Increased Heart Rate Variability
108 Electron Spin Rotated With Electric Field
109 The More We Get, The More We Need: How To Prevent Morphine 'Tolerance'
110 Click Chemistry Labels Biomolecules In Vitro And Now In Live Cells
111 Parrotfish Critical To Coral Reefs: Permanent Damage Likely Unless Urgent Action Taken, Scientists Warn
112 New Magnet Design Sheds Light On Nanotechnology And Semiconductor Research
113 Cave Speak: Did Neandertals Talk?
114 Mass Extinctions Tied to Past Climate Changes
115 Strange but True: Snake Oil Salesmen Were on to Something
116 Think your boss is an idiot? Research suggests that are you.
117 How we can hear without sound [podcast]
118 Honey sticks it to wounds [podcast]
119 Explain the universe in your sleep! [podcast]
120 Warp of the worlds [podcast]
121 Autumn leaves' brilliant colors good for trees [podcast]
122 24% of Americans would rather date Facebook than you
123 Big spiders kill little spiders with fear
124 Kill the Virus, Stop the Cancer
125 Bystander Stem Cells Keep Original Neurons Humming, Restore Memory
126 Social Standing Influences Elephant Movement
127 Tibetans Get Their Blood Flowing
128 Our Ancestral Mind in the Modern World: An Interview with Satoshi Kanazawa
129 Genetic Parasites
130 To avoid the Big C, stay small
131 Indonesia volcano eruption imminent despite false alarm: scientist
132 Building Life On Earth
133 Using Supercomputers To Make Safer Nuclear Reactors
134 Chang'e 1 To Skip Correction, Flies To Moon Directly
135 Space Mission Xeus Probes Origins Of The Universe
136 Opportunity Studies Bathtub Ring In Victoria
137 Spirit To Head North For The Winter
138 NASA Selects Four Ames Projects To Advance Key Technologies
139 Space Exploration 3.0 About To Begin
140 Russian New-Generation Fighter Plane Set 2012 Deadline
141 Drugs That Are Easier on the Environment
142 Crops That Shut Down Pests' Genes
143 Champion Robot Car Declared
144 Press F4 to Bypass Windows With Fast-Boot Technology
145 Your Own Personal Sniper Detector
146 Antioxidants Could Protect Against Nuclear Radiation
147 Lack of sleep may lead to fatter kids
148 Sweep of lung cancer genome reveals new gene
149 Chocolate Has Sweet Effect on Blood Flow
150 Study: Educational TV for toddlers OK
151 Screen violence tied to boys' aggression: study
152 India eruptions linked to dino extinction
153 Tibetans wake up to nosebleeds in super-dry autumn
154 Study shows energy drink 'cocktails' lead to increased injury risk
155 Phoenix's New Hyperspace Technology to Allow Quick-Boot Access to Applications