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1 Sea Census Leads to Discoveries of Marine Wonders
2 What Do You Mean, 'One Way Mission'?!
3 Why a Speeding Shark is Like a Golf Ball
4 Defining the Grandma Effect
5 Heartbeats May Power Future Pacemakers
6 Crestor, by Jove...or Not
7 Study: Wider Cholesterol Drug Use May Save Lives
8 Agriculture yet to feel sting of bee decline
9 Igneous rock key to carbon sequestration
10 Census finds giant bacteria and oysters
11 Radioactive legacy of 'lost bomb'
12 Window into cancer-spread secrets
13 Nature's 'fibre optics' experts
14 Race to save world's rarest wolf
15 Warning over untested remedy use
16 Bolivia holds key to electric car future
17 Study shows how spammers cash in
18 Letter lottery defines spam load
19 Archives aided by anti-spam tools
20 Websites set government data free
21 Lungs 'boosted' by breastfeeding
22 IVF screen 'boosts baby chances'
23 'Assassin' cells home in on HIV
24 Can an alcoholic have an occasional drink?
25 Wilson 'had Alzheimer's when PM'
26 How Plants Become Annuals vs. Perennials
27 Report: Peru to Sue Yale for Inca Artifacts
28 Antimatter Eludes Search Efforts
29 2,000-year-old Gold Earring Found in Jerusalem
30 Sam's Club Offers Electronics Trade-in Program
31 The Real Deal Behind Diet Pills
32 8 Ways to Go Green and Save Hundreds
33 What Color is the Number 7?
34 The Carbon Footprint of Wine
35 Icy Slush Chills Blood to Save Lives
36 Two New 'Flying Lemur' Species Identified
37 Time to test time
38 Should healthy people take statins too?
39 Pimped-up T-cells seek out and destroy HIV
40 Mysterious changes seen on distant dwarf planet
41 Why hair bleach is a murderer's best friend
42 How online games are solving uncomputable problems
43 NASA bids farewell to Phoenix lander
44 Corn-fed animals fuel America
45 Dirt won't stick to omniphobic material
46 Obama plans to sweep Bush stem-cell restrictions aside
47 Five nations under threat from climate change
48 Flu shots save fewer lives than thought
49 Tillage, Rotation Impacts Peanut Crops
50 Researchers Describe How Cells Take Out the Trash to Prevent Disease
51 Researchers Identify Key Mechanism That Regulates The Development Of Stem Cells Into Neurons
52 S&T Grad to Blog from Space
53 Darwin's Finches Offer New Glimpse Into How Species Diverge
54 Deep-sea Expedition Sets Sail, 20,000+ Students Along for Ride
55 Absence of ERK2 Gene Linked to Birth Defects
56 Newborn Neurons in the Adult Brain Can Settle in the Wrong Neighborhood
57 Can Vitamins And Minerals Prevent Hearing Loss?
58 Neuroimaging Of Brain Shows Who Spoke To A Person And What Was Said
59 New Small-scale Generator Produces Alternating Current By Stretching Zinc Oxide Wires
60 Simple Brain Mechanisms Explain Arbitrary Human Visual Decisions
61 Global Warming Predicted To Hasten Carbon Release From Peat Bogs
62 How Evolution Learns From Past Environments To Adapt To New Environments
63 When It Comes To Sea Level Changing Glaciers, New NASA Technique Measures Up
64 Physicists Create BlackMax To Search For Extra Dimensions In The Universe
65 Carbon Dioxide Levels Already In Danger Zone, Revised Theory Shows
66 Playing A Game Shows How Personalities Evolved
67 Bone Marrow Transplant Can Cure Sickle Cell Disease, Children's Hospital Study Suggests
68 Now: The Rest of the Genome
69 The Promise and Power of RNA
70 Mars Lander Succumbs to Winter
71 In a Novel Theory of Mental Disorders, Parents' Genes Are in Competition
72 Scientists and Philosophers Find That 'Gene' Has a Multitude of Meanings
73 Where Have All the Bigots Gone?
74 Michael Crichton's Question
75 How Funny Are These Jokes?
76 Landscape Evolves for Assisted Suicide
77 Really? The Claim: Tongue Is Mapped Into Four Areas of Taste
78 Aging: A Law Reduces Driving Deaths, but Why?
79 UK fingerprint 'developer' can read a letter from its envelope
80 Tumors grow faster without blood-supply promoting molecule
81 Thailand confirms fresh bird flu outbreak
82 1918 Spanish flu records could hold the key to solving future pandemics
83 In the absence of sexual prospects, parasitic male worms go spermless
84 Researchers produce 'neural fingerprint' of speech recognition
85 Physicist proposes to use femtosecond, chirped laser pulse trains to reduce decoherence
86 Flu shots may cut risk of blood clots forming in veins
87 Study doubles species diversity of enigmatic 'flying lemurs'
88 Prototyping with industrial robots
89 Sedimentary records link Himalayan erosion rates and monsoon intensity through time
90 Nanoparticles research aids drug development
91 What's in that stuff? Ask GoodGuide
92 Researchers discover method for mass production of nanomaterial graphene
93 Lead-flapping objects experience less wind resistance than their trailing counterparts
94 Ethanol will curb farm income until economy rebounds, economist says
95 US retailer Circuit City files for bankruptcy protection
96 The Sun Shows Signs of Life
97 New method can capture catalysis, one molecule at a time
98 Shortlist announced for Martian experiment
99 Females compensate for unattractive partners
100 White vans goes green: Novel spoiler design reduces fuel consumption
101 Mini Nuclear Power Plants Could Power 20,000 Homes
102 Researchers uncover genetic basis for some birth defects
103 Liquid or solid? Charged nanoparticles in lipid membrane decide
104 Forced evolution: Can we mutate viruses to death?
105 3D Display Offers Glimpse of Future Media
106 NASA: Phoenix Mars mission has ended
107 Brain scans demonstrate link between education and Alzheimer's
108 Physicists use Bose-Einstein condensates to enhance factoring algorithm
109 A perfect bond
110 After 2 centuries of shrinking, Alaska glaciers got thicker this year
111 Chandrayaan-1 now in lunar orbit
112 iPhones rule in US smart phone market: study
113 New Jupiter Mouse Accelerometer: Less, But Better
114 DOE's Oak Ridge supercomputer now world's fastest for open science
115 Navigon 8100T GPS with 3D Panorama View
116 Game lets geeks compete to build virtual supercomputer
117 Urea tanks on diesel trucks--that's the law in the United States starting in 2010
118 Sun to help old foe Microsoft get search traffic
119 Surfing for the real deal
120 Sadly, gladly shackled to TV and the Internet
121 Evolution's new wrinkle: Proteins with cruise control provide new perspective
122 Plastic additives leach into medical experiments, research shows
123 Obama to use executive orders for immediate impact (Update)
124 Burrowing into bias
125 What makes an axon an axon?
126 New Research on Darwin's Finches Offers Rare Glimpse Into How Species Diverge
127 Report: Peru to sue Yale for Inca artifacts
128 Black and south Asian people benefiting less from interventions to reduce blood pressure, says study
129 Bone cancer treatment ineffective, despite promising laboratory data
130 Simple brain mechanisms explain arbitrary human visual decisions
131 New study finds obese women more impulsive than other females
132 Getting little sleep may be associated with risk of heart disease