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1 Officials pluck tree-sitters from their perch
2 100-mpg plug-in hybrids popping up in US
3 Curbing coal emissions alone might avert climate danger, say researchers
4 Flawless start for world's mightiest particle collider (Update 4)
5 NASA study illustrates how global peak oil could impact climate
6 Hackers 'find black hole in atom smasher computers'
7 Physicists estimate how fast Usain Bolt could have run
8 Tribal war drove human evolution of aggression
9 Hawking bets CERN mega-machine won't find 'God's Particle' (Update)
10 Physicists hope to tie light beams in knots
11 Spicy food may have killed British bride in India, says doctor
12 Troubled kids hurt classmates' test scores, behavior
13 Grenada blames slow nutmeg production on male tree
14 Ice core studies confirm accuracy of climate models
15 Indian teenage suicide over black hole test: reports
16 Million-year-old camel bone unearthed in Syria
17 Maxwell's demons may drive some biological systems
18 Using 'slow light' to modulate single photon wavepackets
19 How Small is Too Small? Researchers Find that Polarization Changes at the Nanoscale
20 Researchers develop nano-sized 'cargo ships' to target and destroy tumors
21 A snapshot of the transformation of nanoscale structures
22 New Research on Nanodiamond Materials
23 Nanoscale silver: No silver lining?
24 Superconductivity can induce magnetism
25 MIT quantum discovery could lead to better detectors
26 Father of 'God Particle' believes it will be found
27 New Simulation Poised to Chart the Staggered, Scattered Cosmic Dawn
28 Moving Quarks Help Solve Proton Spin Puzzle
29 NASA Conducts First Test On New Motor For The Ares I Rocket
30 US astronaut promotes Mexican space agency
31 Permafrost carbon content double the old estimates
32 US Air Force attempts Antarctica night-vision flight
33 Night landing in Antarctica hailed as historic
34 UN chief commutes to work aboard solar-powered taxi
35 Climate change could devastate Philippines: NASA scientist
36 Group: Global warming could cost Ohio its buckeyes
37 Phoenix Lander Sees, Feels Martian Whirlwinds in Action
38 Memory card reader tops out at over 50 different kinds
39 Sony Unveils the Worlds first 24.6-megapixel DSLR Camera
40 Makers hope market ready for ultra-mobile PCs
41 Apple unveils new iPods but shares slip
42 Apple patches iPhone bugs, early response positive
43 Solar-Powered LED Lamp Tracks Your Home's Energy Use
44 ChaCha service raises fears of cheating via cell phone
45 Pervasive games promise to spice up daily life
46 Circuit behind the Internet Age turns 50 years old
47 Privacy features let you erase your tracks online
48 Creator of Web spots a flaw in Internet Explorer
49 Va. court strikes down anti-spam law
50 Infovell's 'research engine' finds deep Web pages that Google, Yahoo miss
51 Resurfaced story raises questions on Google search
52 The viability of hydrogen transportation markets: Chicken or egg?
53 Asians prefer melting pot neighbourhoods
54 Heads up: New DNA study reveals evolution of beer yeasts
55 Playboy Founder Embodies American Dream; Changes American Culture
56 Political scientists report on ethnic/racial aspects of Taser use by Houston police
57 Japan university gets patent for stem cell breakthrough
58 New cannabis-like drugs could block pain without affecting brain, says study
59 Few safeguards for Mexican produce heading north
60 More active, emotionally stable people live longer, study finds
61 Report: Schools are offering fewer soft drinks
62 Erectile dysfunction related to sleep apnea may persist, but is treatable
63 FDA expands use of cervical cancer vaccine
64 Chinese dairy knew milk fault weeks before recall
65 CDC Recommends All Kids be Vaccinated Against Flu
66 UNICEF: child mortality down 27 percent since 1990
67 Fatter but feeling good: Swiss think they're in best of health
68 Gender differences in experience of rheumatism
69 Optimal Conditions Set For Chinese Spacewalk
70 First Beam For The Mighty Large Hadron Collider
71 NASA's Ares I Rocket Passes Review To Reach Critical Milestone
72 Russia To Launch Progress M-65 Space Freighter To ISS
73 New Crews For Shenzhou
74 NASA's Phoenix Lander In A Whirlwind
75 Looking For Life On Mars--In A Canadian Lake
76 QuikScat's Recent View Of Arctic Sea Ice
77 US marks Ares milestone in next chapter of manned space flight
78 Tele Atlas Global Database Expands To Deliver Digital Map Of India
79 Dial Directions Introduces Voice-Entry To GPS Devices By Phone Call
80 Virtual Reality Project Could Improve UAV Operations
81 NZ Navy And Air Force Test Fire Missile
82 Lavrov accuses US of trying to encircle Russia with shield
83 Analysis: New measure for cybersecurity
84 Israel Bets On David's Sling
85 Obama says missile shield cannot target Russia: Poland's Sikorski
86 Haiti death toll from four storms at least 326: gov't
87 Flies, too, feel the influence of their peers, studies find
88 Dinosaurs' 'superiority' challenged by their crocodile cousins
89 New research could hold the key to keeping older people fit for longer
90 Key enzyme for regulating heart attack damage found, Stanford scientists report
91 My, what big teeth you had! Extinct species had large teeth on roof of mouth
92 Luck gave dinosaurs their edge
93 Newly discovered molecule promises better treatments for heart attacks, heart surgery
94 The 'satellite navigation' in our brains
95 Clinical trial for new tuberculosis vaccine
96 Novel tuberculosis vaccine in Germany in clinical phase
97 The Viability of Hydrogen Transportation Markets: Chicken or Egg?
98 BRCA Mutations Among Asian-American Women May be More Common Than Predicted
99 A stronger future for the elderly
100 Seeing Through the Skin
101 Making snack food choices
102 Key component of debilitating lung disease identified
103 COPD? Eat your veggies
104 Anti-tumor therapy with endoscopic ultrasound may fight cancer more safely and effectively
105 Curbing coal emissions alone might avert climate danger, say researchers
106 Purifying parasites with light
107 How corals adapt to day and night
108 Tuberculosis drug shows promise against latent bacteria
109 Herpes drug acyclovir also suppresses HIV in herpes-infected tissue
110 1843 stellar eruption may be new type of star explosion
111 DNA 'tattoos' link adult, daughter stem cells in planarians
112 Boston physicists celebrate first beam for Large Hadron Collider
113 New gecko-like adhesive shakes off dirt
114 Maths aids mayonnaise production
115 Saltwater solution to save crops
116 Superconductivity can induce magnetism
117 'Naked-eye' gamma-ray burst was aimed squarely at Earth
118 A snapshot of the transformation
119 Yale Astronomer Discovers Upper Mass Limit for Black Holes
120 Researchers Develop Nano-Sized 'Cargo Ships' to Target and Destroy Tumors
121 New cannabis-like drugs could block pain without affecting brain, says study
122 Spanish and US scientists develop a new technique that allows certain objects to be invisible to the human eye
123 Extremely exact images from inside the body
124 Moving Quarks Help Solve Proton Spin Puzzle
125 Harnessing new technology to keep older people behind the wheel for longer
126 Watch and learn: Time teaches us how to recognize visual objects
127 Easier-to-hit 'targets' could help older people make the most of computers
128 Small changes to transport systems could mean big benefits for older people
129 A strict Mediterranean diet can help reduce deaths from major chronic diseases
130 Say 'goodbye' to back fat rolls
131 Erectile dysfunction related to sleep apnea may persist, but is treatable
132 Hospitals could reduce unnecessary tests for cardiac diagnostic imaging
133 Gender differences in experience of rheumatism
134 New Research Shows Physical Therapy as Effective as Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
135 Osteoporosis: Calcium and exercise to strengthen the bones--do you get enough?
136 Depressed dialysis patients more likely to be hospitalized or die, researcher finds
137 Cryopreservation techniques bring hopes for women cancer victims and endangered species
138 Computational biochemist uncovers a molecular clue to evolution
139 Aerobic exercise for the wheelchair-bound
140 Spectro-Astrometric Imaging Finds Young Planets In Gas Discs
141 British Man Says He Invented iPod in 1979
142 What Apple Didn't (and Should've) Announced
143 This Week: World's Largest-Ever Study Of Near-Death Experiences
144 Windows 7 Beta 1 Targeted for December: Report
145 'Muslim Massacre' PC Game Blasted in Britain
146 Bed sharing 'drains men's brains'
147 Say 'goodbye' to back fat rolls
148 Seinfeld-Gates Commercial Take 2: Better; Still No Windows
149 Quantum Conundrum--If Superconductivity Can Induce Magnetism...
150 Better Beer On Tap--Scientists Identify Genomic Origins Of Lager Yeasts
151 Virtual telescope provides historical view of black hole
152 Breast MRIs delay cancer treatment by weeks: study
153 Study says too many arthroscopic knee surgeries
154 4 win prizes for cholesterol, other research