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1 Can We Grow More Food in 50 Years Than in All of History?
2 Ig Nobel Prizes: Genius and...Goofballs
3 Olympics Urged to Learn From YouTube, Pop Idol
4 3 Americans Share 2009 Nobel Medicine Prize
5 Samoa Tsunami Lesson: Early Warning System Too Slow
6 Erin Andrews' Alleged Peephole Video Stalker Arrested in Chicago
7 Happiness, Inc: Deepak Chopra's Path to Inner Peace
8 Binge Drinking Spreads to Italy
9 Ind., Tenn. to Begin Swine Flu Vaccinations
10 Surrounded by Doctors, Obama Pitches Overhaul
11 Experts Differ Over Bilirubin Testing for Babies
12 Preventing Suicides in the Military
13 Did Autism Rates Double?
14 New disease identified in pet turtles
15 Fungus feasted on mass extinction
16 Amber gives clues to origin of flowers
17 Nobel prize for chromosome find
18 Key cancer spread gene found
19 Smart meters 'need live displays'
20 Extreme squirreling teams sought
21 Grieving monkeys drink own milk
22 Energy-from-waste powers US army
23 Bird-watching turns to technology
24 Egypt oasis risks becoming mirage
25 New York's park above the streets
26 Hotmail accounts 'posted online'
27 Conservatives hire internet guru
28 Microsoft boss sees weak growth
29 Flash moves on to smart phones
30 Mobile broadband feels the strain
31 Brazil's bid for tech-powered economy
32 Aid group in child mortality plea
33 Hidden 'hypo' diabetes warning
34 Young adults' anxiety 'overload'
35 Uganda's misplaced health millions
36 Nobel in Medicine Goes to 3 Americans
37 Mixed Messages for Distracted Drivers
38 Ohio Execution Halted Over Injection Flaws
39 Flu virus behind infant pneumonia in poor countries
40 Glow-in-the-Dark Mushrooms Discovered
41 For Women, Sex and Happiness Go Hand-in-Hand
42 Dragonfly Nymph Attacks Pregnant Mussels
43 Green Roofs Curb Global Warming, Study Finds
44 Cities Chop Down Stinky Ginko Trees
45 Aging Breakthrough Gets Nobel Prize in Medicine
46 Detroit: Too broke to bury their dead
47 Nobel for insights into ageing and cancer
48 Virtual world disputes heading for real courtrooms
49 Aimee Mullins: Two legs good, 24 legs better
50 Mammoth black holes push universe to its doom
51 My little zebra: The secrets of domestication
52 Green roofs save on carbon overheads
53 A sprinkling of nanotubes makes plants shoot up
54 India's thirst is making us all wet
55 Aid agencies turn to open-source software
56 Einstein to Develop Anti-HIV Drug Delivery System
57 Protein "Key" Research May "Unlock" Nicotine Addiction
58 Online Museum Compares Humans to "Great Apes"
59 USC Neuroscientists Awarded $9 Million to Map Gene Expression During Human Brain Development
60 Study Pinpoints Gene Controlling Number of Brain Cells
61 Where Religious Belief and Disbelief Meet
62 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Shows Improvement Following Bariatric Surgery
63 Taking the Guess Work Out of Predicting Pain Relief for Patients with Back Pain and Sciatica
64 Are You at Risk for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
65 End of Life Spikes in Brain Waves: Physiological Markers for the Often Reported Near Death Experience?
66 UVA Researchers Ready to Help Revolutionize Medical Care Worldwide
67 Body Posture Affects Confidence in Your Own Thoughts
68 Treason by Immune System Cells Aids Growth of Multiple Myeloma
69 No Soap? Then Hand Washing Is a Waste of Time
70 Solving the Period Problem: Researchers Develop Sanitary Pads from Local, Organic Materials
71 Improve Patient Safety By Reducing Diagnostic Errors
72 3 Americans Share Nobel for Medicine
73 After a Devastating Fire, an Intense Study of Its Effects
74 Walruses Suffer Substantial Losses as Sea Ice Erodes
75 Red Planet May Be Better Known as the Wet One
76 Wanted: Home Computers to Join in Research on Artificial Life
77 Quest for a Long Life Gains Scientific Respect
78 Researchers identify gene that regulates breast cancer metastasis
79 Panama butterfly migrations linked to El Nino, climate change
80 Scientists Use Inkjet Printer to Manipulate Genes in New Ways
81 The 2009 Ig Nobel prizewinners
82 FTC: Bloggers must disclose payments for reviews
83 The Athenians: Another warning from history?
84 Depression predicts increases in inflammatory protein linked to heart disease
85 Death by light: Nanoparticles as agents for the photodynamic killing of antibiotic-resistant bacteria
86 Study: Body posture affects confidence in your own thoughts
87 US trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for research into ageing (Update 3)
88 Devices locate kids, parents find peace of mind
89 IT to generate 5.8 million new jobs by 2013: IDC
90 Captive turtle found to have infectious disease
91 New type of genetic change identified in inherited cancer
92 Protection or Peril? Gun Possession of Questionable Value in an Assault
93 CIA's 'Enhanced Interrogation' Techniques Were Counterproductive
94 Physicists Explain How Human Eyes Can Detect Quantum Effects
95 How Did Evolution Begin?
96 GE Shows Off 1TB DVD-Sized Disks at the Emerging Tech Conference
97 Stay focused: Researchers sharpen photographs by capturing multiple low-quality images
98 Photoshopped Images Could Carry Warnings in France
99 Stripped down: Hubble highlights two galaxies that are losing it
100 Cloudy with a chance of pebble showers: Simulation suggests rocky exoplanet has bizarre atmosphere
101 New study pinpoints gene controlling number of brain cells (w/ Video)
102 Laser Fusion and Exawatt Lasers
103 A Second Look at Apollo 11
104 Solar Cell Researcher Explores Nanotech Ideas
105 Rapid DNA Detection Quickly Diagnoses Infections
106 Physicists seek to keep next-gen colliders in one piece
107 N/A
108 Building a better qubit: Combining 6 photons together results in highly robust qubits
109 Femtoseconds lasers help formation flying in space
110 Why they grow? Getting to the roots of lethal metal whiskers
111 Acidic clouds nourish world's oceans
112 Research gives new meaning to 'green' cross code
113 The GalileoMobile starts its South American voyage
114 How to limit risk of climate catastrophe
115 The Hot Saturn Exoplanet
116 A new day dawned fast: Recovery from marine mass extinction happened much faster than thought
117 Paleomagnetists put controversy to rest
118 Invisible matters: How dwarf galaxies may lose their light
119 Micro-gravity a health hazard for astronauts: research
120 Mystery of Mount Rainier survey marker melts away
121 Money woes threaten Romanian protected areas
122 Probing Question: Where are all the cool robots?
123 Polaroid PoGo brings instant printing to the digital age
124 Gadgets: 'Drop-and-go' Duracell pad makes charging some gadgets easier
125 Wi-Fi signals can see through walls
126 Color sensors for better vision
127 Vonage releases calling app for iPhone, BlackBerry
128 Motorola Provides World's First Live 2.6GHz TD-LTE Drive Demonstration
129 Tracing ultra-fine dust
130 England first as game live on Internet, in cinemas
131 Taiwan LCD makers eye China as leverage against rivals
132 Venezuela to outlaw violent video games, toys
133 Sony develops highly efficient wireless power transfer system based on magnetic resonance
134 The Audi e-tron concept electric car
135 Taiwan unveils hydrogen-powered mobile phone chargers
136 IBM undercuts Google with discount e-mail service
137 Comcast looks to future in bid for NBC Universal
138 First direct information about the prion's molecular structure reported
139 Protein helps cells duplicate correctly, avoid becoming cancer
140 Why leave it to nature? Chemistry professor wants to understand, simplify, photosynthesis
141 A Twist in the Genome Thwarts Hepatitis C
142 A new chemical method for distinguishing between farmed and wild salmon
143 Taking sharper aim at stomach ulcer bacteria
144 A potential new imaging agent for early diagnosis of most serious skin cancer
145 Hydrogen-making algae's 'Achilles' heel' discovered
146 Novel Chemistry for Ethylene and Tin
147 Gorilla goes under the knife for cataract repair
148 Seven new luminescent mushroom species discovered
149 Team finds a better way to watch bacteria swim
150 Lone llama rescued after month on Pikes Peak
151 Australian kangaroo cull prompts outrage
152 Unexpected amber find rewrites botanical history
153 Using synthetic evolution to study the brain: Researchers model key part of neurons
154 Scientists track green turtle's 900km migration
155 Could stressed out sharks save more fish? (w/ Video)
156 Control of mosquito vectors of malaria may be enhanced by a new method of biocontrol
157 Growing greener greens
158 Scientists find way to predict stomach cancer relapses
159 New drug aims to 'seek and destroy' many types of cancer
160 Inventive combination of research approaches identifies new target for treating leukemia
161 UQ researcher on the hunt for viruses
162 Elevated lymphotoxin expression in liver leads to chronic hepatitis and causes HCC
163 'Treason' by immune system cells aids growth of multiple myeloma
164 Transparent fish helping to shine new light on how we move
165 CDC: Fewer schools selling candy, soda
166 Air pollution may trigger appendicitis
167 Men nearly 3 times as likely to develop noise-induced hearing loss
168 Researchers find demand for cosmetic and surgical procedures in dermatologic surgery rising rapidly
169 And the beat goes on: Scientists jump-start the heart by gene transfer
170 DNA test could be key to targeting treatments for head and neck cancer
171 Keeping children safe: Rethinking design
172 Battery ingestion not uncommon in children; caregivers and physicians need education
173 Bizarre new horned tyrannosaur from Asia described
174 Violent upbringing may lead to domestic violence
175 Prehistoric site found near UK's Stonehenge
176 Hundreds of dinosaur nests found in India
177 Mysterious sailor unearthed by Cranfield archaeologists
178 Ruins of ancient arena discovered outside Rome
179 New labels might decrease overall demand for milk
180 Competition for College Admissions Perpetuates Class Divide in Higher Education
181 New White House Fellows survey: Leaders are less trusting, less cynical
182 College students vote smarter than expected