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1 Big corn crop may stabilize U.S. food prices: Official
2 Shuttle Astronauts Eager for Risky Mission to Hubble
3 Space Shuttle successor will not fly before 2014: NASA
4 Spotted owl habitat slashed as population declines
5 WWF Austria calls for 'coalition' to bring brown bears back
6 Cuba to send animals to depleted Venezuelan zoos
7 Ancient big cat fossils found in South America
8 German firm to extend Asia's largest solar power plant
9 Pelosi says open to House vote on offshore drilling
10 BP shuts oil pipeline in Georgia, supplies still get through
11 Biggest drop in U.S. oil demand in 26 years
12 Scientists closer to developing invisibility cloak
13 The Pill Makes Women Pick Bad Mates
14 The Incredible Evolution of the Olympics
15 Nature group says humpback whales recovering
16 After combat, citizen soldiers turning to alcohol
17 Clumsy children more likely to become obese adults
18 Health Tip: Read to Your Toddler
19 Post-Surgical Epidural May Boost Survival
20 PET Scans May Help Detect Alzheimer's Brain Plaques
21 Older Patients With Cancer at Heightened Suicide Risk
22 New Chemotherapy Combo Holds Promise for Lung Cancer
23 Elite HIV wife may hold secret to AIDS vaccine
24 Want to live a long life? Run
25 Half of overweight adults may be heart-healthy
26 Balancing brain time-out in concussion recovery
27 Fit and fat: Study shows it's possible
28 Indicted Federal Informant Allegedly Strong-Armed Hacker Into Caper That Drew 9-Year Sentence
29 Memory Disruption Could Aid Addicts
30 Turning Clean-Tech Engineers Into Entrepreneurs
31 High-End Cycling Gear Juices Your Ride
32 P2P Sites Bring Home Loads of Olympic Gold
33 U.S. Broadband Speeds Too Darn Slow; Adoption Hits 7-Year Low
34 One Man's Quest to Digitize and Publicize Rare Vinyl
35 Can the Kindle Break the E-book Curse?
36 Wind-up Remote Ditches Batteries
37 Japanese Clothing Expert Says LZR Swimsuit is Potentially Harmful
38 Free Software Turns the iPhone Into an E-Book Reader
39 Russian Hackers Continue Attacks on Georgian Sites
40 The Solar System is a Mess
41 Injunction to Silence MIT Student Hackers Backfires
42 Web Viewers May Replace TV with Video
43 Best Buy to Be First Independent iPhone Retailer
44 Hydrogen Cars Go Cross-Country--With Help From Fossil Fuels
45 Gone for Good? Breast Cancer Recurrence Debate Rages
46 Not Just Afraid of the Dark
47 A Lifetime of Memories Erased by Seizure
48 Kill-joy pill could help treat alcoholism
49 Sweet edge on waterproof paper
50 Lunar GPS to keep astronauts on track
51 'Slow' light to speed up the net
52 Water's the limit for tall trees
53 India's 'fragrant' rubbish dumps
54 Digital nomad drives laptop sales
55 Hacker wins US extradition delay
56 Device 'steals chip-and-pin data'
57 Helping the deaf to 'see sound'
58 Cheap drug hope for breast cancer
59 Black market drugs 'health risk'
60 Clumsy young 'face obesity risk'
61 Pill use 'affects partner choice'
62 Expert: Georgia Web Attacks Kid Stuff
63 Best Buy First Independent iPhone Retailer
64 Humpback Whales On "Road To Recovery"
65 How Hackers Likely Blocked Georgian Sites
66 Using free software for HTTP load testing
67 The 10 most terrible tyrants of tech
68 Web firms acknowledge tracking behavior without consent
69 Why Apple doesn't do "Concept Products"
70 Olympic Singer Fails China Cuteness Test
71 Quick, Healthy, Hearty Kids' Breakfasts
72 3D Debuts In The Operating Room
73 Fire causes damage on Apple Campus
74 Apple HQ Hit By Fire
75 3-alarm fire scorches Apple facility
76 Three-alarm fire scorches key building on Apple campus
77 Apple building burns over night
78 Yahoo's Fire Eagle Ready To Fly
79 Yahoo's Fire Eagle takes flight
80 Yahoo's Web Location Platform Fire Eagle Takes Flight
81 Kids, not Russian government, attacking Georgia's Net, says researcher
82 Georgia conflict may mean the birth of modern cyber-warfare
83 Before the Gunfire, Cyberattacks
84 Social Networking Sites Show Worldwide Growth
85 Facebook: No. 1 Globally
86 ComScore: Social sites are going global
87 Microsoft issues massive security update for Windows, Office
88 Bumper Patch Tuesday plugs multiple Office flaws
89 Microsoft Releases 11 Updates for Patch Tuesday, 6 Critical
90 Defcon's over but MBTA wants gag order to remain
91 Transit agency wants MIT students to stay gagged
92 Apple averaging 95 iPhone 3G sales per store, per day
93 Analyst: Apple will sell at least 4.47 million iPhones this quarter
94 Some iPhone 3G Users Find Painful Experience Thanks to Poor Connections
95 RIM's Chances Of Grabbing Consumers Better Than Apple's Push For Corporates?
96 Analyst: Infineon chipset possible cause of iPhone 3G issues
97 Some iPhone 3G chips may be faulty--reports
98 Vetting the App Store approval process
99 Apple's Jobs Gushes Over App Store Success
100 Navy Agrees to Sonar System Restriction
101 Navy to restrict sonar use to protect whales
102 Navy agrees to sonar curbs to protect whales
103 Deal bans low-frequency sonar in isles
104 Navy can use sonar system near Hawaii, court rules
105 NASA Realigns Constellation Schedule, Resources For 2015 Inaugural Flight
106 NASA's Constellation has a hiccup: First flight delayed to 2014
107 Cassini revisits Saturn's icy moon Enceladus
108 New Enceladus Closeups Now Arriving
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110 Cassini Spacecraft Snaps Pictures of Saturn's Geyser-Spouting Moon
111 Cassini Spacecraft Revisits Icy Saturn Moon
112 Cassini takes another look at surface of Saturn's moon
113 Cassini spacecraft searches for signs of life on Saturn's moon Enceladus
114 First reported video of cell's recognition of danger through its protein response
115 A 'Frankenrobot' with a biological brain
116 New theory for latest high-temperature superconductors
117 Scientists show how DNA repairs may reshape the genome
118 Kwiry service lets users text to remember tidbits
119 Scientists find a novel mechanism that controls the development of autoimmunity
120 White blood cell uses DNA 'catapult' to fight infection
121 Trapping white blood cells proves novel strategy against chronic viral infections
122 Octopuses more arms than legs: research
123 Scientists overcome nanotech hurdle
124 Climate change may boost Middle East rainfall
125 Contraceptive pill influences partner choice
126 Strange molecule in the sky cleans acid rain, scientists discover
127 Can NY infrastructure handle floods, intense heat?
128 Causes for sexual dysfunction change as people age
129 Students Develop 'Mind-Control' Interface to Play Video Games Without a Controller
130 Researchers Discover Tiny Cellular Antennae Trigger Neural Stem Cells
131 'Top Secret' Technology To Help U.S. Swimmers Trim Times at Beijing Olympics
132 It's The Water: Beijing Olympic Swimmer Provided State-of-Art ProMinent Ozone Technology
133 Scientist Discovers New Molecule to Treat Chronic Pain
134 Halting retrieval of drug-associated memories may prevent addiction relapse
135 Clemson scientists put a (nano) spring in their step
136 Carbon Nanotube-Coated Electrodes Improve Brain Readouts
137 Nano vaccine for hepatitis B shows promise for third world
138 Oceans on the precipice: scientist warns of mass extinctions and 'rise of slime'
139 Using live fish, new tool a sentinel for environmental contamination
140 MIT upgrades Sputnik-era antenna
141 Bringing Martian samples to Earth
142 Robot vehicle surveys deep sea off Pacific Northwest
143 Oil and gas projects in western Amazon threaten biodiversity and indigenous peoples
144 Cut energy use by eating better, study says
145 Samsung Introduces Software to Increase Efficiency of Embedded Memory Solutions for Smart Phones
146 Best Buy becomes first independent iPhone retailer
147 Epson Develops New High-Resolution 3D LCD Display
148 iPhone to shake-up Japan's cellphone industry: Softbank official
149 Japanese researchers eye 'e-skin' for robots
150 Intel's new chip to be called Core i7
151 AMD Launches ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2--World's Fastest Graphics Card
152 Hollywood Hair is Captured at Last
153 Networks of the Future: Extending Our Senses into the Physical World
154 Yahoo spends $36M on advisers in Microsoft dance
155 Alternative energy hits the road
156 Olympic fever being fuelled by high-tech in SKorea
157 Images for 3D Video Games Without High Price Tags or Stretch Marks
158 Yale Professor wins Godel Prize for showing how computer algorithms solve problems
159 Venomous lionfish prowls fragile Caribbean waters
160 Perceived level of intimacy within a relationship predicts relational uncertainty
161 DOE JGI Director highlights the genomics of plant-based biofuels in the journal Nature
162 Sky islands: metaphor or misnomer?
163 Smells like bees' spirit
164 Ancient sheep help pinpoint brain timing mechanisms linked to Seasonal Affective Disorder
165 New research suggests Burmese pythons will find little suitable habitat outside South Florida
166 Study finds not all hearing aids are created equal
167 Professor sees optimism in prejudice research
168 Hidden infections crucial to understanding, controlling disease outbreaks
169 'Erasing' drug-associated memories may stop drug addiction relapses
170 Extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis found in California
171 Study points to new test for Alzheimer's
172 How flesh-eating bacteria attack the body's immune system
173 How Non-stick Bugs Evade Natural Fly Paper
174 Tiny Molecule Helps Control Blood-vessel Development
175 Strange Molecule In The Sky Cleans Acid Rain, Scientists Discover
176 Global Warming Will Do Little To Change Hurricane Activity, According To New Model
177 New Group Of Plant Hormones Discovered
178 Survival Of The Fittest: Even Cancer Cells Follow The Laws Of Evolution
179 New Evidence On Benefits Of Breast Feeding
180 X-rays Use Diamonds As Window To Center Of The Earth
181 World's Thinnest Balloon Developed: Just One Atom Thick
182 Bugs Put The Heat In Chili Peppers
183 Nano Vaccine For Hepatitis B Shows Promise For Third World
184 Coated Film As A Bacteria Killer
185 Gene's Newly Explained Effect On Height May Change Tumor Disorder Treatment
186 Technique Developed To Capture Human Movement In 3D
187 Tai Chi Program Helps Prevent Falls Among Older Adults
188 Parents Shape Whether Their Children Learn To Eat Fruits And Vegetables
189 Electronic Tongue Tastes Wine Variety, Vintage
190 Why Some Infected With HIV Remain Symptom Free Without Antiretroviral Drugs
191 DNA Markers And Economically Significant Traits In Cattle Can Be Found With New Tool
192 Nine To Twenty Individual Fire Ant Queens Started U.S. Fire Ant Population
193 Cassini Begins Transmitting Data From Enceladus Flyby
194 Keeping The Crunch In The Crust
195 Flexible Nanoantenna Arrays Capture Abundant Solar Energy
196 Test To Protect Food Chain From Human Form Of Mad Cow Disease
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