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1 Study: Antarctica joins rest of globe in warming
2 Natural disasters doomed early civilization
3 Men say bird vomit saved their lives in 25 days lost at sea: report
4 Astronauts board shuttle for launch rehearsal
5 Japan 'seeks arrest of another anti-whaling activist'
6 Court jails animal rights activists
7 Plenty spent on endangered species list's tortoise
8 Japan study group says cloned animals safe for food
9 British trials to use stem cells for stroke, blindness
10 Russia gas heads to Europe after Ukraine dispute ends
11 Sun 'could supply Gulf's day-time energy needs'
12 Young Women Best at Spotting Cute Babies
13 Dung Beetle Devours Millipedes
14 $630 million for new push to eradicate polio
15 Lifestyle changes benefit overweight kids
16 New cream disables herpes virus: study
17 Future of abstinence-only funding is in limbo
18 Health Tip: Dizziness During Pregnancy
19 Car Seats Save Young Lives
20 EPA Alerts Seniors to Carbon Monoxide Dangers
21 Simple Exercise Keeps Brain at Top of Its Game
22 Targeting Cancer's Own Stem Cells to Fight Recurrence
23 Armstrong optimistic Obama will join cancer fight
24 People With Schizophrenia Say Bias Is Part of Their Lives
25 Inside the GPS Revolution: 10 Applications That Make the Most of Location
26 The Inauguration Through the Eyes of Flickr
27 (Re)name NASA's Next Martian Rover
28 Israel's Accidental YouTube War
29 Researchers Try to Cure Racism
30 Mozilla Wants to Start Watching Where You Click
31 WiSci Tweets Live from a Monterey Bay Research Boat
32 Card Processor Admits to Large Data Breach
33 IBM sunny about 2009 despite dreary forecasts
34 I Am Here: One Man's Experiment With the Location-Aware Lifestyle
35 Cost-cutting Google scraps newspaper ad program
36 First Federal Courtroom Webcast Postponed
37 In Final Legal Act, Bush Appeals Spy Ruling
38 Shimano Cycle Gears Go Electric
39 Tesla Raises Prices To 'Guarantee Viability'
40 Jan. 21, 2008: Chief Marie Dies; So Does Her Language
41 Interactive Inauguration of Obama Is Just the Beginning
42 Graphic Encouragement to Wash Your Hands
43 Obama Promises New Era of Openness
44 A Portal to Your Passwords
45 Nanosensors Made Easy
46 Blocking Enzyme Prevents Obesity
47 Crowd-Sourcing the World
48 Best Sperm for the Job
49 Better Thermal Photovoltaics
50 Global Warming and Renewable Energy Highlighted in Inaugural Address
51 Robot Assistant as Good as Human in Some Surgery
52 Is a Coconut Car Coming Your Way?
53 Inaugural Crowds: The View from Space
54 Hackers breach Heartland Payment credit card system
55 Spring Forward
56 Obama Makes Internet History: Inauguration Sets Record for Streaming Online Video
57 Obama's Nuclear 'Football' Briefing
58 Peanut Butter Woes Spreading
59 6 Affordable Ways to Jump Start Your Diet
60 Fossil reptile remains keep NZ afloat
61 Study doubts worth of heart gene test
62 Antarctic bases turn to renewables
63 New evidence on Antarctic warming
64 Outer planets choice is narrowed
65 Climate satellite set for launch
66 Little dung beetle is big chopper
67 Cold War in paradise
68 Windows worm trickery for Vista
69 UK forges ahead with next gen net
70 Tiny motors may be big in surgery
71 Inauguration--were you new or old media?
72 Calls for open source government
73 Autistic traits 'spread widely'
74 Funds for polio eradication drive
75 Chemists to provide obesity pill
76 Women 'have cute baby instinct'
77 Swift care saves heart patient
78 How unhealthy is a doner kebab?
79 Nuclear veterans 'merit pay-out'
80 Staff at 'higher risk' of cancer
81 College Remains Key to Prosperity
82 Dung Beetle Devours Millipedes
83 Acupuncture Works...As Placebo
84 Why People Fake Their Deaths
85 Mellow Demeanor May Stave Off Dementia
86 Winter X Games Tricks: Are There Physical Limits?
87 Are Paperless Receipts the Future in Retail?
88 Love Could Doom Deadly Lampreys
89 Young Women Best at Spotting Cute Babies
90 Antarctica Is Warming: Climate Picture Clears Up
91 Cash boost for US science
92 Ebola outbreak has experts rooting for answers
93 Which moon to shoot for?
94 Plan to grow more cannabis for research turned down
95 $630- million for push to eradicate polio
96 Cheating bacteria could treat infections
97 Brain imaging measures more than we think
98 Antarctica Heating Up, "Ignored" Satellite Data Shows
99 Spring Coming Earlier, Study Says
100 Lizards Evolve Rapidly to Survive Deadly Fire Ants
101 Missing Moon Linked to Major 1761 Eruption?
102 New Feathered Dinosaur Found; Adds to Bird-Dino Theory
103 11 Eleventh-Hour Bush Environmental Rule Changes
104 Unusual fossil may rule out ancient flood
105 Dark matter filaments stoked star birth in early galaxies
106 Mountain gorillas in dire straits, DNA reveals
107 Launch green economic revolution now, says Stern
108 Even Antarctica is now feeling the heat of climate change
109 Special investigation: Who is testing your DNA?
110 Wasp inspires brain-boring surgical robot
111 Did the Moon's far side once face Earth?
112 Why Darwin was wrong about the tree of life
113 Satellites provide eagle-eye views of Obama inauguration
114 Invention: Biofuel from the oceans
115 Earliest weapons-grade plutonium found in US dump
116 Starving bacteria bumped up early Earth's oxygen
117 Boosted immune system could devour brain tumours
118 Obama to restore science to its rightful place
119 How do you weigh the Milky Way?
120 Lottery wins no guarantee of health or long-term wealth
121 Surprising New Health and Environmental Concerns About Tungsten
122 Collaborative Learning Across Multiple Institutions
123 Lego-Like Process Helps Share Science Findings
124 Survey: Scientists Agree Human-Induced Global Warming is Real
125 Hobbit Skull Study: Species Not Human
126 50 Years of Federal Funding for World's Biggest Collection of Mice with Spontaneous Mutations
127 Blocked Protein Prevents Lupus in Mouse Model
128 Researchers Discover a Type of Supporting Cells Resistant to Notch Signaling
129 Research Study to Shed Light on Emerging Seaborne Pathogen
130 Groundbreaking Technique Reveals Modus Operandi of the Intact Living Brain
131 Frogs Are Being Eaten to Extinction
132 Light-Speed Nanotech: Controlling the Nature of Graphene
133 Explosives Engineers Have a Blast with New TV Series
134 Company Expects Sun to Shine on Chicago Invention
135 New Target Tackles Question of Nutrient Source in Watershed
136 SUNRISE Shines on Efforts to Turn Crop Oils Into Biofuels for Jet Aircraft
137 Biotech Venture Seeks West Nile Virus Treatment from Antibodies in Geese
138 New Data Show Much of Antarctic Is Warming More than Previously Thought
139 'The Wright Brothers All Over Again': Cross-Disciplinary Cooperation Drives Unmanned Aerial Systems at UND