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1 Seasonal Flu Vaccines in Short Supply
2 'Scary' climate message from past
3 'Space clown' hosts global show
4 Iceland looks to serve the world
5 The building that wants to 'hug'
6 In Defense of Fanboys
7 Seasteading in Sacramento
8 U.K. Pentagon Hacker Loses Extradition Bid
9 U.S. Slammed as U.N. Climate Talks Fizzle
10 Moon Shot Complete; Search on for Water
11 The Audacity of the Nobel Committee
12 7-Foot-Long N. Dakota Dog World's Tallest?
13 10 Dead in Attack on Pakistani Military HQ
14 Duo Hits 30 Cities with JetBlue $599 Deal
15 Obama: Partisans Endanger Health Reform
16 Obama Cites G.O.P. Officials in Call for Health Care Bill
17 Frank: Gay Rights March a "Waste of Time"
18 A Higher Degree of Thermometer
19 Retrovirus Linked to Chronic Fatigue
20 Vermont Tops List of Best Health Systems
21 Shingles May Raise Risk of Stroke
22 Moon crash: the search for water
23 Moon crash: Public yawns, scientists celebrate
24 NASA's moon crash is no spectacle, but could be a success
25 NASA's moon shot: LCROSS plume wilts
26 Barnes & Noble May Sell Its Own E-reader
27 Amazon's Kindle Using ATandT, Will Face Barnes and Noble E-Reader, Say Reports
28 Barnes & Noble's E-Reader Gets Real
29 B&N e-book reader reportedly in the works
30 Will Barnes & Noble Break E-Reader Price Barrier?
31 Adobe brings Photoshop.com to the iPhone
32 Photoshop comes to the iPhone
33 Ready For My Touch-Up: Adobe Brings Photoshop.com To The iPhone
34 App Store additions: Photoshop.com released, Rock Band soon
35 Adobe releases Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone
36 Seeing the Future in 3-D Television
37 At Ceatec 2009, a starring role for 3D
38 Use of stick-thin model has Ralph Lauren on defence
39 Ralph Lauren admits it needs Photoshop lessons
40 Evolution All Around
41 Faith and Belief: Richard Dawkins evolves his arguments
42 Atheist talks of his faith in science
43 It's not a theory, stupid
44 Darwin's pitbull: Richard Dawkins on evolution and unintelligent design
45 Comcast tries pop-up alerts to warn of infections
46 Comcast pop-ups alert customers to PC infections
47 Botnet-hosting subscribers soon to get warnings from Comcast
48 Comcast to Warn PC Users If They're Infected
49 Comcast Trials Browser Alerts for Bot-Infected Customer PCs
50 8 Things To Think About For Windows 7
51 Microsoft and EU Settle, Phishing Scams, Busts
52 Phished or not, leaked passwords show lazy habits
53 Reminder: Create Strong Passwords! Here's How
54 Scammers exploit public lists of hijacked Hotmail passwords
55 Hotmail 'phishing' campaign is small peanuts
56 Spam From Recent Phishing Attacks Up 30 To 40 Percent: Websense
57 Dell to promote Salesforce software to PC customers
58 Ellison Mocks Salesforce.com's 'itty Bitty' Application
59 Adobe exploit puts backdoor on computers
60 Adobe Warns Of Critical Flaw In Reader, Acrobat
61 Adobe to Patch Acrobat, Reader
62 Hackers exploit this year's fourth PDF zero-day
63 Adobe Warns of Critical Threat to Reader, Acrobat Users
64 New Adobe Reader, Acrobat Vulnerability Comes Under Attack
65 Critical Adobe Reader vuln under 'targeted' attack
66 H1N1 Deaths Among Youths Rise as Epidemic Spreads
67 Mediterranean diet may prevent depression
68 Glaxo, FDA warn on proper use of Relenza following death
69 FDA and Glaxo warn of death with anti-flu drug
70 Mediterranean Diet Linked to Lowered Risk of Depression
71 Mediterranean diet can beat stress
72 Mediterranean diet may help prevent depression
73 Mediterranean diet keeps blues at bay
74 Researchers identify mechanism that helps bacteria avoid destruction in cells
75 Moon crash: Public yawns, scientists celebrate
76 Atomtronic transistor and diode could advance quantum computing
77 Invisible hand in invisible matter
78 Physicists Measure Elusive 'Persistent Current' That Flows Forever
79 NASA probes hit moon twice; few pictures yet (Update)
80 Quantum computing may actually be useful, after all
81 Researchers create smaller and more efficient nuclear battery
82 Large Hadron Collider could test hyperdrive propulsion
83 Largest Ring Around Saturn Discovered
84 The Fall of the Maya: 'They Did it to Themselves'
85 Super-thin flexible OLED from Sony
86 Color-changing roof tiles absorb heat in winter, reflect it in summer
87 Cosmic entropy could be 100 times greater than previously thought
88 Can Nanotubes Help Your Garden Grow?
89 Physicists Demonstrate Three-Color Entanglement
90 Race for Superconductors Shrinks to Nanoscale
91 In Brief: Exploring the limits of antiferromagnetism in nanostructured materials
92 Nanometric butterfly wings created
93 IBM Research Aims to Build Nanoscale DNA Sequencer (w/ Video)
94 Silver Nanoparticles Give Polymer Solar Cells A Boost
95 Plasma Rocket Could Travel to Mars in 39 Days
96 Puzzled Physicists Solve Decade-Long Discrepancies
97 'Cosmic opera' set for Paris tower
98 Scientists discover quantum fingerprints of chaos
99 Bacterium helps formation of gold
100 New method reveals all you need to know about 'waveforms'
101 Large-scale cousin of elusive 'magnetic monopoles' found
102 To peer inside a living cell
103 For Future Superconductors, a Little Bit of Lithium May Do Hydrogen a Lot of Good
104 Physicists seek to keep next-gen colliders in one piece
105 Breaking Down the Barrier for Smaller, Faster Electronic Devices
106 Building a better qubit: Combining 6 photons together results in highly robust qubits
107 Key new ingredient in climate model refines global predictions
108 Scientists obtain rocks moving into seismogenic zone
109 Wasteland and wilderness
110 NASA Tests Load Limits for Ares I Rocket Main Parachute
111 Climate talks ending with rich-poor rift wide open
112 Last time carbon dioxide levels were this high: 15 million years ago, scientists report
113 Temperatures of sea water fringing South Pole were tropical 50 million years ago
114 Australian continent to blame for Samoa, Sumatra quakes
115 LRO Sees Apollo 14's Rocket Booster Impact Site
116 Microwaving Water from Moondust (w/ Video)
117 South Korea's little firefighting robots (w/ Video)
118 E-reader sales soaring but Apple captures the buzz
119 Household robots do not protect users' security and privacy, researchers say
120 There's no perfect way to back up your hard drive
121 Amazon cuts Kindle price, adds global version
122 Comcast tries pop-up alerts to warn of infections
123 Congratulations, criticism on Web over Obama Nobel
124 China launches crackdown on online gaming
125 YouTube views over one billion a day: co-founder
126 Twitter's becoming an important tool for job seekers and employers
127 Nissan's new concept car 'feels like flying' (w/ Video)
128 Upgrade to Windows 7? It all depends...
129 Securing the web: New tool would automatically plug holes that hackers exploit
130 ARM Announces 45nm SOI Test Chip Results That Demonstrate 40 Percent Power Savings Over Bulk Process
131 Tech review: Navigating iPhone GPS applications
132 Technological devices offer glimpse into future
133 Twitter goes down, users 'tweet' about it
134 Hyper-SAGE boosts remote MRI sensitivity
135 Developing enzymes to clean up pollution by explosives
136 New age of discovery for new proteins dawns
137 Study uses sophisticated genetic engineering to improve insulin-producing beta cells
138 New NIST database on gas hydrates to aid energy and climate research
139 Novel polymer delivers genetic medicine, allows tracking
140 Come on in: Nuclear barrier less restrictive than expected in new cells
141 New tracer for better melanoma image
142 Pigs learn to understand mirrors
143 When Being a Cuckold Makes Evolutionary Sense
144 Termites travel with fungi as take-away food
145 Establishing standard definitions for genome sequences
146 Rhesus macaque moms 'go gaga' for baby, too
147 Feds give sea otters habitat protection in Alaska
148 Trimming the Tree of Life
149 Owners should count calories for obese pets, consider several factors for good health
150 New portal for plant genomics will support research into improved crops
151 Look-alike sturgeon may get protection
152 Calif. citrus farmers fear tree-killing disease
153 Albatross camera reveals fascinating feeding interaction with killer whale
154 Edge detection crucial to eyesight
155 Fill 'er up--with algae
156 Loyal alligators display the mating habits of birds
157 Child safety seat education needs an extra boost
158 New Canadian research helps doctors care for kidney patients
159 Report: Limiting medical lawsuits could save $41B
160 Breast cancer patients with high risk gene diagnosed six years earlier than generation before
161 KEAP1 Keeps major cancer-promoting protein at bay
162 Researchers report benefits of new standard treatment study for rare pediatric brain cancer
163 'Anti-swine flu' business suit on sale in Japan
164 Lessons learned from H1N1 virus pandemic
165 Vaccinating boys against human papillomavirus not cost-effective
166 Transplanted Liver Cells Hold Hope for Treating Inherited Diseases
167 Parasite growth hormone pushes human cells to liver cancer
168 Cancer drug is no different in effectiveness as gold standard treatment for macular degeneration
169 Study: Managers' Hiring Practices Vary by Race, Ethnicity
170 Small classes have long-term benefit for all students, research says
171 French arrest physicist suspected of al-Qaida link
172 Early hominid first walked on two legs in the woods
173 Fewer hikers means less support for conservation, study says
174 Archaeologists unearth Nero's revolving banquet hall
175 Singing During Pregnancy May Be Harder Due To Hormones
176 Banking on outlier detection: Simple computer model could act as early warning system for failing banks
177 EU sets out new science plan
178 The Church is still popular
179 Climate Change Triggered Dwarfism in Soil-Dwelling Creatures of the Past
180 'Blue Stonehenge' discovered
181 Dino footprints enter record books
182 Plesiosaur a victim of shark attack
183 Trackway analysis shows how dinosaurs coped with slippery slopes
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