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1 Something new brews in Berkeley: patriotic pride
2 Following The Trail Of Toxic E-Waste
3 Irwin's zoo plan irritates locals
4 Ethanol to 'eat into grain crop'
5 11,000BC makes last year look a diamond
6 Sydney waste site turns trash into power
7 Joy to the world
8 True love shows up on brain scans
9 La Nina's cool can't beat the heat
10 Rare Bird Migrates to US for First Time
11 New Pink Lizard Found on Galapagos
12 Astronomers Find New 'Runaway' Stars
13 Bush Designates Marine Sanctuaries
14 Northern England's UFO Mystery Solved
15 More in US Obese Than Just Overweight
16 HIV-positive prisoner charged with assault for spitting at another inmate
17 The sweet science of coconuts (and bras)
18 Greenpeace hands out green grades to electronics makers
19 New games powered by brain waves
20 Toxic coal ash not monitored
21 Stonehenge was 'giant concert venue'
22 Drilling and Mining in Store for Two Iconic Southwest Parks
23 Necklaces reveal early man's intelligence
24 CSI Hunley: Fate of historic sub a cold case file
25 Nanodiamond Find Supports Comet Extinction Theory
26 Gladiators to 'Fight' Again at Rome's Colosseum
27 Stonehenge Archaeologist Unsurprised by Rave Claims
28 Renaissance Capitalist: New Research Answers Mystery About Illegitimate Daughter Of Pope
29 Catastrophic Coincidence: Second Ever Example Of Contemporaneous Meteorite Impact And Flood Volcanism Discovered
30 Extinct beasts could be 'resurrected' using DNA
31 Ancient Greeks 'loved a good night in' say researchers
32 Stonehenge in Lake Michigan? Potentially pre-historic stone formation discovered deep underwater
33 Mummy thought to be Queen Seshestet found in Egypt
34 Study Reveals DNA Links Between Ancient Peruvians, Japanese
35 'A 10,000-piece jigsaw puzzle'
36 Radiocarbon dates indicate early Irish were just visiting
37 Migrants settled New World in tandem
38 Spinning Silk into Sensors
39 Our Past Within Us
40 Obesity's Cellular Traffic Jam
41 Fuel from Coal-Eating Microbes
42 A Low-Energy Water Purifier
43 New E-Paper Technology Speeds Up
44 Nanotube Superbatteries
45 A Joined-Up Bot-Fighting Strategy
46 Bringing 3-D Home
47 Cleaning Up Shaky Home Video
48 A New Web of Trust
49 The Year in Energy
50 Omnivorous Fuel Cells
51 Stem Cells Undo Birth Defects
52 Rare 'dinky' bird migrates to US for first time
53 Tests show algae toxin in some sick pelicans
54 Report: NASA inspector general not catching enough
55 The Myths and Realities of Bipartisanship in D.C.
56 Earth Scientist Emerges as Possible Replacement for NASA Chief
57 Protests or not, Japan keeps eating whale
58 At age 140, lobster to regain his freedom
59 Lobster to regain his freedom at age 140
60 New drug combo may boost stem cell production
61 Japan scientists clone legendary bull
62 9 Genes Are Linked to Alzheimer's
63 Green billboard ready to light up Times Square
64 EU seeks to finalize Russian gas monitoring deal
65 Obama vows to double US output of alternative energy
66 Mystery Roar from Faraway Space Detected
67 Women Can Smell a Man's Intentions
68 Texas to reconsider $6M steriod testing in schools
69 Obese Americans now outweigh the merely overweight
70 Antipsychotics Up Death Risk in Alzheimer's Patients
71 Childhood Leukemia Subtype Resists Treatment
72 Garlic as a Cancer Fighter? Maybe Not
73 Obama says economy will get worse before it gets better
74 Salmonella in 42 states; Minn. eyes peanut butter
75 Studies Challenge Framingham Risk Score
76 Top 11 Most Anticipated Games of 2009
77 Detroit Auto Show a Leaner, Greener Affair
78 Why the Budget All-in-One Desktop Will Fail
79 Intel Cash Register Knows Who You Are, What You Want
80 Hotel 747 Now Boarding
81 Obama Urges DTV Delay as Time, Money Runs Out
82 Online Threat to Kill Obama Leads to Arrest
83 DARPA Chief Staying On, for Now
84 U.N. Says 'No,' Climate Hackers Say, 'Yes We Can'
85 Army Assembles 'Mad Scientist' Conference. Seriously.
86 FDA to Evaluate Drugs Made by Genetically Modified Goats
87 How Did Life Begin? RNA That Replicates Itself Indefinitely Developed For First Time
88 Mosquitoes Create Harmonic Love Song Before Mating, Study Finds
89 Milky Way A Swifter Spinner, More Massive, New Measurements Show
90 Astrophysicists Map Milky Way's Four Spiral Arms
91 Mothers Pass On Disease Clues To Offspring
92 Jupiter-like Planets Could Form Around Twin Suns
93 Volcanoes Cool The Tropics, But Global Warming May Have Helped Override Some Recent Eruptions
94 Computer Game 'Tetris' May Help Reduce Flashbacks To Traumatic Events
95 Half-baked Asteroids Have Earth-like Crust
96 Ancient Odor-detecting Mechanism In Insects Discovered
97 Gene That Increases Susceptibility To Crohn's Disease Discovered
98 Protein's Essential Role In Repairing Damaged Cells Revealed
99 More Effective Treatment For Pneumonia Following Influenza Found, Study Shows
100 Droughts And Floods: Extent Of Damage To Vegetation Depends On Sequence Of Events
101 Preterm Births Rise 36 Percent Since Early 1980s
102 Hormone Improves Human Ability To Recognize Faces But Not Places
103 Surprisingly High Tolerance For Racism Revealed
104 Macbeth's Curse: Link Between Sleeplessness And Paranoia Identified
105 Packing A Lunch For Preschoolers May Not Be A Good Idea
106 The Ribosome: Perfectionist Protein-maker Trashes Errors
107 Nose-spray Vaccine Against Botulism Effective In First Tests
108 Half Of World's Population Could Face Climate-induced Food Crisis By 2100
109 Floods To Become Commonplace By 2080
110 Extreme Weather Boosts Antioxidant Levels In Soybean Seeds
111 Understanding Extinct Microbes May Influence The State Of Modern Human Health
112 Solution To Darwin's Dilemma Of 1859
113 Catastrophic Coincidence: Second Ever Example Of Contemporaneous Meteorite Impact And Flood Volcanism Discovered
114 Particulate Emission From Natural Gas Burning Home Appliances
115 Producing A More Effective Oral Form Of A Powerful Disease-fighting Protein
116 Modified Lignin Has Potential Benefits For Ethanol, Paper And Feed