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1 Spotting Cataracts Earlier
2 Electronic Inks from Carbon Nanotubes
3 Don't Blame the Internet
4 Bigger, Stretchier Graphene
5 Windows 7: "Vista That Works"
6 Invisibility-Cloak Breakthrough
7 Beyond Race-Based Medicine
8 Basking in Big Data
9 Martian methane belch: From rocks or microbes?
10 Science closing in on cloak of invisibility
11 Ex-astronaut Cernan to donate papers to Purdue U.
12 NASA to fly unmanned drone for science research
13 Boy Gets Tongue Stuck to Frozen Streetlight Pole
14 NASA awards to space station cargo haulers on hold
15 Heavens above: International Year of Astronomy is launched
16 FDA to adopt more transparent process for GE animals
17 USDA unable to weed out unapproved modified foods
18 Merck says study confirms efficacy of Erbitux drug
19 Interior issues offshore drilling plan
20 Russia's plans for Moscow gas summit in disarray
21 World oil demand to shrink sharply this year: IEA
22 How Birds Can Down a Jet Airplane
23 High risk medical devices escaped close review
24 DVD teaches autistic kids what a smile means
25 Test: Some peanut butter at Ga. plant contaminated
26 Lilly settles Zyprexa suit for $1.42 billion
27 New anti-psychotic medications as risky as older ones: study
28 Caring Counseling May Ease Postpartum Depression
29 National Children's Study Begins Recruiting
30 Drinking coffee reduces risk of Alzheimer's: study
31 Health Tip: What Seniors Eat
32 Report: Older Drivers in Fewer Deadly Crashes
33 Genetic Data May Predict Colon Cancer Odds
34 More Americans Urged to Get Cancer Screenings
35 Mars May Still Be A Living Planet, Methane In Atmosphere Reveals
36 Microscopic 'Hands' For Building Tomorrow's Machines
37 Cooling The Planet By Growing The Right Crops
38 Protein That Amplifies Cell Death Discovered: Potentially A New Way To Kill Cancer Cells
39 New Evidence That Humans Make Aspirin's Active Principle--Salicylic Acid
40 Primate Culture Is Just A Stone's Throw Away From Human Evolution, Study Finds
41 Medieval Walls In Spain Contain Bits Of Bone
42 Chasing 'Thundersnow' Could Lead To More Accurate Forecasts
43 Could Ice-like Cages Be Used To Trap Carbon Dioxide Underground?
44 Exoplanet Atmospheres Detected From Earth
45 Odors Can Alter Gene Expression In An Olfactory Neuron
46 New Tool Gives Researchers A Glimpse Of Biomolecules In Motion
47 Largest Ever Prospective Medical Study Shows Epidurals And Spinal Anesthetics Are Safer Than Previously Reported
48 Global Warming Linked To European Viral Epidemic
49 Tequila Boom Triggers Social, Environmental Hangover In Mexico
50 South Korean experts find way to remove lead from blood
51 Sharks, not humans, most at risk in ocean
52 NASA awards to space station cargo haulers on hold
53 Fish digestions help keep the oceans healthy
54 Molecular Origin Of Blood Stem Cells Unlocked
55 Letting Infants Watch TV Can Do More Harm Than Good
56 Midlife Coffee And Tea Drinking May Protect Against Late-life Dementia
57 Early Childhood Diet May Influence Future Health
58 Pediatric Vaccine Effectively Prevents Pneumococcal Meningitis, Study Suggests
59 Biologist Enhances Use Of Bioinformatic Tools And Achieves Precision In Genetic Annotation
60 Unique Skeletal Muscle Design Contributes To Spine Stability
61 Diabetes: Human Beta Cells Can Be Easily Induced To Replicate
62 Americans Eager To Reduce Their Energy Use
63 Orbiting Carbon Observatory Will Help Track Sources Of Rising Carbon Dioxide
64 Nations That Sow Food Crops For Biofuels May Reap Less Than Previously Thought
65 Evolutionary Keys To Common Birth Disorders Discovered
66 Archeologist Uncovers Evidence Of Ancient Chemical Warfare
67 Scientists Bring Painted Warrior 2,000 Years Old To Virtual Life
68 Bacteria In Ice May Record Climate Change
69 High-tech Imaging Of Inner Ear Sheds Light On Hearing, Behavior Of Oldest Fossil Bird
70 Thomas Harriot: A Telescopic Astronomer Before Galileo
71 'Stellar Cannibalism' Is Key To Formation Of Overweight Stars
72 Continental-scale Salt Tectonics On Mars And The Origin Of Valles Marineris And Associated Outflow Channels
73 Mass Production Micro-hybrid Technology Set To Cut Emissions And Fuel Use In Cars
74 New Method Accelerates Stability Testing Of Soy-based Biofuel
75 Structural Defects Introduced Into Carbon Nanotubes Could Lead The Way To Carbon Nanotube Circuits
76 Contrary To Earlier Predictions, Older Driver Fatal Crashes Trend Down
77 Physicists Resolve Confounding Paradox Of Quantum Theory
78 Speech Disorders Can Be Assessed From A Distance, Research Finds
79 More Chip Cores Can Mean Slower Supercomputing, Simulation Shows
80 Guide To Protect People From Theft Of Personally Identifiable Information
81 Physicists Propose Method for Entangling Moving Material Particles
82 Evolutionary process more detailed than previously believed, study shows
83 Neanderthal Lacked Anatomical Competitive Edge: Skeletal Remains Tell the Story
84 Humans are reason for why domestic animals have strange and varied coat colors
85 New study may give hope that ivory-billed woodpeckers still around
86 Free antibiotics: The wrong prescription for cold and flu season
87 SQUID: The long (and sticky) arms of the law
88 AMD to cut 1,100 workers, 9% of staff
89 Why you can't hurry love
90 Downadup Worm Hits Over 3.5 Million Computers
91 Players love the game not the gore
92 Stanford researchers show adaptation plays a significant role in human evolution
93 NASA Radar Provides First Look Inside Moon's Shadowed Craters
94 Scientists present the largest-to-date genetic snapshot of Iceland 1,000 years ago
95 The key to a healthy lifestyle is in the mind
96 Ancient rock's magnetic field shows that moon once had a dynamo in its core
97 New Wireless 60 GHz Standard Promises Ultra-Fast Applications
98 Is there a relationship between sleep-wake rhythm and diabetes?
99 Music industry still faces huge online piracy: report
100 Study of human tissue reveals potential colon cancer biomarker
101 A patent success
102 Texas drought worsens, cattle dying
103 Global warming linked to European viral epidemic
104 Cooling the planet with crops
105 Early bad behaviour predicts troubled path, according to study
106 Spin-polarized electrons on demand
107 Scientist receives massive computing project award to develop magnetic fusion energy
108 Measuring quantum information without destroying it
109 NASA chief Griffin says goodbye to employees
110 Experts: Airliner crashes more survivable recently
111 Arctic heats up more than other places
112 Next generation cloaking device demonstrated
113 Seasonal variation in blood pressure
114 Martian Methane Reveals the Red Planet is not a Dead Planet
115 The Future Is 3-D Liquid Crystals
116 A novel explanation for a floral genetic mystery
117 Researchers find essential proteins for critical stage of malaria
118 Possible new hope for crops battling parasitic infection
119 Report: China's wild camels increasing
120 Discovery brings organic solar cells a step closer
121 Now you see it, now you don't: Scientists unraveling the mystery of camouflage
122 Surprising find: Medieval China was religious melting pot
123 Researchers discover a protein that amplifies cell death
124 Scientists discover gene responsible for brain's aging
125 Exercising muscles need proper nutrients