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1 Source Of Geysers On Saturn's Moon May Be Underground Water
2 Second Group Of Mercury Craters Named
3 Enceladus Jets: Are They Wet Or Just Wild
4 Meteorite Search Update: 10 Tonne Rock Responsible For Fireball
5 Phoenix Lander Winds Up Its Astonishing Summer On Mars
6 Public Presentation About Mars Orbiter Images And Findings
7 Chandrayaan Working Normally
8 Astronomers hope to see orbiting tool bag
9 The (Tuna) Tragedy of the Commons
10 The Great White Way Tries to Turn Green
11 In an Age of Robots, One to Clean the House? Still but a Dream
12 Bald Eagles in Catskills Show Increasing Mercury
13 Darfur: Trees Fall as Brick Houses Rise
14 Is World in Obama's 'Shock and Trance' Mode?
15 A Whisper, Perhaps, From the Universe's Dark Side
16 Bettors Beat Pundits
17 Sci-Fi Ray Gun Debuts in Iraq
18 New Smokeless Tobacco Worries Experts
19 The Lab Says Heart Attack, but the Patient Is Fine
20 An Abundance of Food, Wasted
21 Raising a Glass in Thanksgiving
22 Scientists Find Clues to Aging in a Red Wine Ingredient's Role in Activating a Protein
23 Paying Extra for an Organic Thanksgiving
24 Molecular partnership controls daily rhythms, body metabolism
25 Study on aging still going strong some 50 years later
26 Winter brings flu, summer brings bacterial infections
27 A primer on switching from Windows to Linux
28 New Storm is missing magic touch; consider Bold alternative
29 Calls for national infant formula recall spread
30 Intel counter-attacks against European Commission
31 Researcher reveals humpback whales' dining habits--and costs
32 FTC tosses guidance on tar, nicotine in cigarettes
33 Using invisibility to increase visibility
34 Sex between electric fish is a current affair
35 Two degree rise could spark Greenland ice sheet meltdown: WWF
36 Endeavor's Orbiting Tool Bag Can Be Seen Using 10 x 50 Binoculars
37 Researchers Report New Record for Wireless Base Station Power Amplifiers
38 Mother of Pearl Secret Revealed
39 Researchers Say Tides Can Cut Life Short On Planets Orbiting Smaller Stars
40 Fast molecular rearrangements hold key to plastic's toughness
41 Speed matters for ice-shelf breaking
42 Scientists identify genomic causes of a certain type of leukemia relapse
43 Experimental TB drug explodes bacteria from the inside out
44 Keeping chromosomes from cuddling up
45 Master gene plays key role in blood sugar levels
46 Biologists find new environmental threat in North American lakes
47 Carbon Nanotubes Improve Protein Array Detection Limits
48 Carbon Nanotubes Detect Lung Cancer Markers in the Breath
49 Caltech 4-D microscope revolutionizes the way we look at the nano world
50 Molecular memory a game-changer
51 Can a single molecule behave as a mirror?
52 'Stress tests' probe nanoscale strains in materials
53 Polymers 'battered' with nanoparticles could create self healing paints and clever packaging
54 Nanomanufactured polymer film could lead to lower-cost solar cells
55 'The photon force is with us': Harnessing light to drive nanomachines
56 High-Temp Superconducting Nanowire System is First of its Kind
57 How Time-Traveling Could Affect Quantum Computing
58 The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider Makes Some Noise
59 Neutron Researchers Discover Widely Sought Property in Magnetic Semiconductor
60 To Make Better MRI Images, Let The Atoms Spin Out Of Control
61 The light syringe
62 Researchers Induce Superconductivity in an Insulator
63 Los Alamos observatory fingers cosmic ray 'hot spots'
64 Finding could lead to advance in nano-surgery
65 Researchers boost solar cell efficiency
66 Creating a memory device out of paper
67 Source of geysers on Saturn's moon may be underground water
68 Spider Payload on Space Station Becomes a Media Hit, Internet Music Video
69 Astronauts share freeze-dried Thanksgiving feast
70 Space experts offer anti-asteroid plan (Update)
71 Canada's vast oil sands hide dirty environmental secret
72 Finding a meteorite's final resting place
73 Rescue Robot Exercise Brings Together Robots, Developers, First Responders
74 RoboClam could lead to 'smart' anchors, more
75 Blockbuster to rent through new on-demand device
76 AMD Phenom II Quad Core Overclocked to 6.3Ghz
77 Foldable phone opens into large OLED screen
78 It's time to share your stuff with others
79 Photo-catalytic, self cleaning coating for building exteriors
80 Web video developing into cable alternative
81 A carbon-neutral way to power your home
82 Turn off an idle computer, or leave it running?
83 Strong, lightweight green material could replace concrete, but contains no cement
84 IBM Reveals Five Innovations That Will Change Our Lives in the Next Five Years
85 Un-masking a faster solution for chip-making
86 Where does the gene activity of youth go? New findings may hold the key
87 Keep big fish in their small ponds--or in the ocean, says research
88 Climate change wiped out cave bears 13 millennia earlier than thought
89 A Best Friend of Humanity: The African Giant Pouched Rat
90 Stephen Hawking named to Canada's Perimeter Institute
91 Scientists discover a new way in which epigenetic information is inherited
92 UW tackles neglected realm of training for science professors in training
93 Secret to workplace happiness? Remember what you love about the job, study urges
94 Study says HIV could be eliminated in a decade
95 Mexico lawmakers approve right to die law
96 Zimbabwe calls for aid as cholera toll rises
97 Aged care workers to leave industry en masse due to stress, warns study
98 Groups stress more sleep before getting behind the wheel
99 Researchers identify a potentially universal mechanism of aging
100 Group think
101 Eating the Sun: How Plants Power the Planet
102 Real-life 'Truman Show'? To some psychiatric patients it seems like it
103 Postnuptial Depression: What Happens the Day After
104 Solar wind ripping chunks off Mars
105 Review--Children's Learning in a Digital World
106 The mischievous oracle
107 Researchers discover strategy for predicting the immunity of vaccines
108 Finds that made Basques proud are fake, say experts
109 Sleep makes room for memories
110 A Better Brew
111 Today's Unsettling Comparison to 'The Great Dying'