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1 Census of the ocean finding new wonders
2 Astronauts head for extreme home makeover in space
3 Ancient cave yields clues to Chinese history
4 Incredible Deep-Sea Discoveries Announced
5 Out There: Space Traffic Control System Needed
6 French scientists discover new species of gecko
7 Dinosaur experts bust up prehistoric party theory
8 OPEC president won't rule out another output cutback
9 Studies: Vitamin pills don't prevent heart disease
10 Despite failures, search for anti-obesity drugs still looks golden
11 Banned Obesity Drug Tied to Heart Risks Long After Use
12 Pediatric Heart Surgeons May Be Best Choice for Adults
13 Conservative Jews battle hospital over life of brain-dead child
14 Glass implant on tumor helps track cancer in mice
15 Woman has twins from cancer survivor's 13-year-old sperm
16 The Evolution of Insanity
17 Study: Wider cholesterol drug use may save lives
18 Music headphones can interfere with heart devices
19 Lack of Potassium Linked to High Blood Pressure
20 In Troubling Economic Times, Consumers Flock to Online Psychics
21 JBL On Stage IIIP
22 Bitebot Tastes the Chemistry of Flavor
23 Readers' Most Excellent Telescope Photos
24 OpenID Is Here. Too Bad Users Can't Figure Out How It Works
25 Beckerman: RIAA's 'Vexatious' Charge Reeks with 'Falsehood and Fallacy'
26 Tricked-Out Inflatable House Provides "Instant Survival"
27 10 More Dead as Drone War Over Pakistan Continues
28 Russian Nuke Sub Accident Claims 20 Lives
29 AT&T Skates Through Web 2.0 Interview
30 Zeno's Paradox and the Facebook Problem
31 ILS Proton Successfully Launches ASTRA 1M Satellite
32 The Historic Beginnings Of The Space Arms Race Part Two
33 New NASA Technique Measuring Glacier Driven Sea Level Changes
34 Satellites Deliver Bandwidth-Rich Content To Pacific
35 Universal Declaration Of Human Rights Flies Into Space
36 Titan Triple Threat
37 US nuclear envoy due in New York for talks with NKorean
38 Russian leader blasts US, vows to deploy missiles near EU
39 Russia's missile gambit could yet backfire: analysts
40 Swords and Shields: Arctic ambitions
41 Music Headphones Can Interfere With Heart Devices
42 Study: Wider Cholesterol Drug Use May Save Lives
43 Snakebite Threat Lags in U.S., but Still Remains
44 Obama Reviews Bush Orders on Stem Cells, Drilling
45 Octopuses share 'living ancestor'
46 Vendee Globe yachts get under way
47 The pitfalls of biometric systems
48 Statin use 'may benefit healthy'
49 Wikipedia volunteers reject dishonest donation drive
50 First Look: Songbird Finally Gives iTunes Some Competition
51 BitTorrent President Steps Down
52 Who Woke The Sleeping Giant?
53 Stars In The Sea: Ocean Census Finds New Wonders
54 Washington Preps Assisted Suicide Plan
55 Weight Is Key To Protein Requirements
56 Music Headphones Can Interfere With Heart Devices
57 MP3 player headphones may hinder pacemakers: study
58 MP3 Player Headphones May Throw Off Cardiac Devices
59 Headphones, Heart Devices Not a Good Match, Researcher Says
60 Octopuses had Antarctic ancestor-marine census
61 Hundreds of rare and bizarre marine species discovered
62 Amazing Marine Life Discoveries Unveiled
63 Apple's Mark Papermaster Ordered To Stop Work
64 Apple's Papermaster was misquoted
65 Intel Launches Health Gadget to Monitor Illnesses
66 Intel Unveils New Health-Care System
67 Wellness comes home with new Intel device
68 Al Gore Closes Web 2.0 With "What Now" Keynote
69 Apple Takes 2nd in Smartphone Market Share, But Q4 Looking Good for RIM
70 Intrepid museum opens after makeover
71 Hundreds hop aboard new-look Intrepid after $115M makeover
72 Voyage of Discovery
73 Chinese and Nigerian men join elite genome club
74 Pimped up T-cells seek out and destroy HIV
75 New Generator Produces AC Current by Stretching Wires
76 Simple Brain Mechanisms Explain Human Visual Decisions
77 Pity the Bluetooth headset this holiday season
78 New calls for Treasury to help carmakers
79 Economy won't stop Obama's priorities, aides say
80 Gas prices continue to fall: survey
81 Consumer companies, retailers revisit cheap brands
82 Tech sector may be next in restructuring wave
83 Same-sex marriage ban stirs LA gay district protest
84 Hollywood paparazzo pioneer says he has no regrets
85 Octopuses had Antarctic ancestor: marine census
86 Souped-up immune cells catch even disguised HIV
87 Rock-Eating Bacteria "Mine" Valuable Metals
88 Most Who Have Prediabetes Don't Know It
89 Supercomputers shed new light on dark matter
90 A Doctor, a Mutation and a Potential Cure for AIDS
91 Multiple sclerosis research charges ahead with new mouse model of disease
92 Coping and copulation behavior may help calculate diabetes risk
93 Dalmatian bladder stones caused by gene that regulates uric acid in humans
94 How 'molecular machines' kick start gene activation revealed
95 Untangling DNA regulation
96 Visualizing asthma-causing immune cells at work
97 Overfishing threatens European bluefin tuna
98 Following the leader can be a drag, according to student's research on flapping flags
99 Even plants benefit from outsourcing
100 Scientific community called upon to resolve debate on 'net energy' once and for all
101 Ecologists use oceanographic data to predict future climate change
102 Interaction between gene variants may alter brain function in schizophrenia
103 Students eat more whole grains when it's gradually added to school lunch
104 Could vitamin D save us from radiation?
105 Paleontologists doubt 'dinosaur dance floor'
106 Physical activity and health: Finding the right prescription
107 Revised theory suggests carbon dioxide levels already in danger zone
108 HIV's disguises no match for 'bionic assassins'
109 Yale researchers unravel mystery of brain aneurysms
110 Annuals converted into perennials
111 When the neighbor's noise makes its way through the walls
112 Social interactions can alter gene expression in the brain, and vice versa
113 Herpes drug inhibits HIV replication, but with a price
114 Obscure fungus produces diesel fuel components
115 Physicists create BlackMax to search for dimensions in space at the Large Hadron Collider
116 New small-scale generator produces alternating current by stretching zinc oxide wires
117 New equation provides more accurate estimates of kidney function
118 People who develop kidney stones are at increased risk for chronic kidney disease
119 MP3 headphones interfere with implantable defibrillators, pacemakers
120 Flu shots may cut risk of blood clots forming in veins
121 Engineered killer T cell recognizes HIV-1's lethal molecular disguises
122 T cell-based HIV vaccine candidate demonstrates positive results
123 Vitamins E and C supplements not effective for prevention of cardiovascular disease in men
124 Low-dose aspirin does not appear to reduce risk of CV events in patients with diabetes
125 Cancer drugs may build and not tear down blood vessels
126 Researchers discover new risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and a way to control it
127 Simple brain mechanisms explain arbitrary human visual decisions
128 Robots show that brain activity is linked to time as well as space
129 21st Century Designs: UC Team Virtually Rebuilds Lost Architecture of the Shakers
130 The Beauty Machine
131 Proof by computer
132 Computer model can predict human behavior and learning
133 Statins to Treat Inflammation May Halve Heart-Attack Risk
134 Can an Artificial Heart Replace the Real Thing?
135 CAFE Standards: Fuzzy Math on Fuel Economy
136 George W. Bush's Last Environmental Stand
137 Dinosaur Experts Bust Up Prehistoric Party Theory