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1 Ozone Recovery Could Increase Warming
2 How Truckers Could Save 2.4 Billion Gallons of Fuel Per Year
3 Cosmic Grim Reaper Seen For First Time
4 One-horned Deer Looks Like Mythical Unicorn
5 Pigs Pack Human Pathogens
6 How Less Zoom Zoom Could Power the Future
7 Sun Seems Eerily Calm
8 Pluto Now Called a Plutoid
9 US Life Expectancy Tops 78 as Top Diseases Decline
10 Ancient Cave Linked to Early Christians in Jordan
11 New Flying Saucer Runs on Plasma
12 Extinct Tree From Christ's Time Rises From the Dead
13 Head for the Hills! Creatures Flee Global Warming
14 Gamma Rays: The Incredible, Hulking Reality
15 Methuselah Tree Grew From 2,000-Year-Old Seed
16 PHOTO IN THE NEWS: "Unicorn" Deer Seen in Italy
17 Supernova "Shock Breakout" Seen From Red Giant--A 1st
18 THEN & NOW: Africa Satellite Images Show Stark Changes
19 Kenya Lion Killings Spur Extinction Alarm, Innovations
20 Artistic Spiders Trap Prey With Light, Study Finds
21 Cancer reveals cruel trick
22 Gamma-ray mission blasts off
23 Fusion reactor faces cost hike
24 Swiss court bans work on macaque brains
25 Why it hurts to sell your stuff
26 Leaves keep their cool
27 Eye-damaged mice lose sight of the time
28 Monkeys understand money
29 Egg shortage hits race to clone human stem cells
30 The winding road from ideas to income
31 Bacteria make major evolutionary shift in the lab
32 Phoenix team struggling to collect Martian soil
33 'Party chat' brain filter discovered
34 Hints of structure beyond the visible universe
35 Algae oil promises truly green fuel
36 Did hyperactivity evolve as a survival aid for nomads?
37 Shoal of robot fish casts a wider data net
38 Does lethal injection amount to human experimentation?
39 Why the obese and smokers risk deafness
40 Robot Asimo can understand three voices at once
41 Do Pluto and its moons feature cosmic graffiti?
42 'Megaraptor' bone links Australia to ancient neighbours
43 When a family history of cancer is a good thing
44 US Salmonella outbreak explained
45 'Electron turbine' could print designer molecules
46 How long does it take a rainforest to regenerate?
47 Space station to be quantum communications hub?
48 New gamma-ray telescope takes to the skies
49 'Circadian eye' could be key to insomnia
50 Human egg makes accidental debut on camera
51 Have we underestimated total oil reserves?
52 Pluto-like objects to be called 'plutoids'
53 Martian soil falls into Phoenix oven at last
54 Would an antimatter apple fall up?
55 Science of Mentos-Diet Coke explosions explained
56 Laser-sensitive drug seals blood vessels in a flash
57 Jesus-era date is the oldest seed to germinate
58 Compressed web phone calls are easy to bug
59 First space ad targets hungry aliens
60 Like a Rock: New Mineral Named for Astronomer
61 Physicists Produce Quantum-Entangled Images
62 Pfizer's Work on Penicillin for World War II Becomes a National Historic Chemical Landmark
63 Students Explore the Physics of Fizz
64 Tests Check Out Rescue Robots' Life-Saving Vision
65 Microwave Synthesis Connects with the (Quantum) Dots
66 'Nanoglassblowing' Seen as Boon to Study of Individual Molecules
67 Chemists Get Scoop on Crude 'Oil' from Pig Manure
68 Rising Costs Renew Interest in Fuel-Saving Techniques
69 Need MicroRNA Processing? Get Smad
70 'Saucy' Software Update Finds Symmetries Dramatically Faster
71 Has Global Warming Research Misinterpreted Cloud Behavior?
72 Perfect Vision but Blind to Light
73 Satellites and Human Rights
74 Leatherback Turtle in Texas--First Since 1930s
75 Mars Lander Retrieves Soil Sample
76 Loyal to Its Roots
77 Tallying the Toll on an Elder of the Sea
78 Some Shark Populations Collapsing
79 Among Scientific Treasures, a Gem
80 New mineral named in honour of Donald Brownlee
81 Ancient antibody molecule offers clues to how humans evolved allergies
82 Anti-inflammatory effects of pomegranate in rabbits: A potential treatment in humans?
83 Yahoo! with the option to display Google ads
84 Toothpaste too expensive for the world's poorest people
85 Metamaterials can be designed to produce an acoustic cloak
86 Fever may trigger heart failure in patients with the genetic disease LQT-2
87 New target to enhance anti-cancer drug sensitivity found in translation
88 Phoenix delivers soil sample to microscope
89 Researchers use 'green chemistry' to produce amines
90 Roadrunner supercomputer puts research at a new scale
91 LLNL detection instrument can monitor the air for all major terrorist threat substances
92 Researchers produce quantum-entangled images
93 Woolly mammoth family tree grows a new branch
94 Gay unions shed light on gender in marriage
95 Fossils found in Tibet by FSU geologist revise history of elevation, climate
96 Bright Lights May Hold Off Dementia
97 Time on their side
98 Plutoid chosen as name for solar system objects like Pluto
99 Woolly-Mammoth Gene Study Changes Extinction Theory
100 The idea of humankind as a paragon of design is called into question by the puffer fish genome--the smallest, tidiest vertebrate genome of all.
101 A campaign to save American Indian languages
102 Cat-sized reptiles roamed ancient Antarctica
103 New Airships Are More Than Just Hot Air
104 Curious 'quasiparticles' baffle physicists
105 A Charge to Keep
106 New Math Tricks: Knitting and Crocheting
107 Cane toads killing Australian crocs
108 Odd Ring Out
109 Talking Out Trauma: Not Always a Help
110 'Missing Pyramid' Found by Egyptian Archaeologists