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1 Climate-change protesters scale UK Parliament
2 Rainy-day oil funds see Mideast through downturn
3 Russia says to bear brunt of space missions
4 Chinese fossil find gives clue to ear's evolution
5 Solar power outshining Colorado's gas industry
6 Philippines rescuers struggle to reach isolated areas
7 Internal Affairs: NASA Ames' moon show is much ado about nada
8 New solar panels add more 'power' to one Sunnyvale's school's curriculum
9 Astronomy pioneer Pedro Elias Zadunaisky dies
10 Up from the rubble, 20 years after Loma Prieta
11 Patrolling the underworld from Menlo Park, USGS scientists await the Big One
12 Truckers Trailed By Risky Behaviors: Study
13 Want Leaner Kids? Parents May Need to Toe the Line
14 Ex-NFL Players Hold Their Own Health-Wise
15 Pfizer halts enrollment in lung cancer trial
16 Health Tip: Help Prevent Listeriosis During Pregnancy
17 Study: 2 million babies and mothers die at birth
18 Good dietary fats trim body fat in diabetic women
19 San Jose doctor faces ouster for questioning disability claims
20 Future Phones Dazzle With Design
21 Super-Efficient BMW Concepts Are Simple and Clever
22 Spies Protest After Intel-Sharing Tools Shut Down
23 Twitter Suspends Researcher Over Security Warning
24 Telephone Company Is Arm of Government, Feds Admit in Spy Suit
25 Two Wheels and Two Kegs Make One Awesome Party Bike
26 Playdar Can Save Music Services Cash, Enable P2P Streaming
27 Can Life Survive Deep Space? Let's Send It There!
28 WaterCar Python Offends All 5 Senses on Land And Water
29 A Xombie Qualifies for Lunar Lander Prize
30 Google Maps Adds More Detail, Takes a Cue From OpenStreetMap
31 Alt Text: A Belligerent Guide to Board Games
32 Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible in Istanbul
33 NASA blasts moon with rocket in search for water
34 Europa's Ocean Contains Enough Oxygen To Support Life
35 Hot Debate Over Icy Moon
36 LRO Sees Apollo 14's Rocket Booster Impact Site
37 Marshall Completes Ullage Motor Development Test For Ares I Rocket
38 Masten Space Systems Launches X PRIZE Rocket
39 'Eyes' of Herschel Will Survey Trans-Neptunian Region
40 Western Astronomers Capture Spectacular Meteor Images
41 SKorea researching longer-range missiles: official
42 Repairs of India-bound Russian sub hit by lack of funds: report
43 Nitrogen Cycle: Key Ingredient In Climate Model Refines Global Predictions
44 3-D Structure Of Human Genome: Fractal Globule Architecture Packs Two Meters Of DNA Into Each Cell
45 Largest Dinosaur Footprints Ever Found Discovered Near Lyon, France
46 Major Step Forward In Cell Reprogramming, Researchers Report
47 Rising Sea Levels Are Increasing Risk Of Flooding Along South Coast Of England
48 'Blue Stonehenge' Discovered By UK Archaeologists
49 Archaeopteryx Was Not Very Bird-like: Inside The First Bird, Surprising Signs Of A Dinosaur
50 New Mesozoic Mammal: Discovery Illuminates Mammalian Ear Evolution While Dinosaurs Ruled
51 NASA Spacecraft LCROSS Impacts Lunar Crater In Search Of Water Ice
52 Last Time Carbon Dioxide Levels Were This High: 15 Million Years Ago, Scientists Report
53 Enhanced Stem Cells Promote Tissue Regeneration
54 No Place Like Home: Africa's Big Cats Show Postcode Preference
55 NIH Prepares To Launch 2009 H1N1 Influenza Vaccine Trial In People With Asthma
56 Building A Better Qubit: Combining Six Photons Avoids Quantum Data Scrambling
57 Where Religious Belief And Disbelief Meet
58 NIH Launches 2009 H1N1 Influenza Vaccine Trials In HIV-infected Pregnant Women
59 Novel Drug Screening Method: Informative Swellings
60 New Tumor Suppressor Destroys Key Link In Cancer Chain
61 Women With Breast Cancer Have Low Vitamin D Levels
62 No Scientific Link Between Childhood Vaccines And Autism, Review Shows
63 Red Card For Faking Footballers (Soccer Players)
64 One Small Step For Neurons, One Giant Leap For Nerve Cell Repair
65 Buying Green Can Be License For Bad Behavior, Study Finds
66 Exercise Improves Body Image For Fit And Unfit Alike
67 Perceptions Might Often Kick A Player When They Are Down
68 Receptor Activated Exclusively By Glutamate Discovered On Tongue
69 Figuring Out The Heads Or Tails Decision In Regeneration
70 Banana Plants May Be Used In Production Of Plastic Products
71 Future Diabetes Treatment May Use Resveratrol To Target The Brain
72 Bacterium Transforms Toxic Gold Compounds To Their Metallic Form
73 Tropical Regions To Be Hardest Hit By Fisheries Shifts Caused By Climate Change
74 Bug Splatter On Your Car's Windshield Is A Treasure Trove Of Genomic Biodiversity
75 Protecting Humans And Animals From Diseases In Wildlife
76 If Only The Weeds Would Keep Their Genes To Themselves
77 Rare Evidence Of Dinosaur Cannibalism: Meat-Eater Tooth Found In Gorgosaurus Jawbone
78 Canadian Astronomers Capture Spectacular Meteor Footage And Images
79 New Aluminum-water Rocket Propellant Promising For Future Space Missions
80 Genome Sequence Published For Important Biofuels Yeast
81 For Safer Emergencies, Give Your Power Generator Some Space
82 New Optical Technique Provides Easy Way To Detect TB Bacteria In Fluids
83 Nanotechnology Used In Biofuel Process To Save Money, Environment
84 Developing Enzymes To Clean Up Pollution By Explosives
85 Stroke Rehabilitation Technology That's Fun And Can Be Used At Home
86 Human Brain, Like Google Maps, Creates Multiple Independent Maps While Finding The Way In Physical World
87 Ardi Is a New Piece for the Evolution Puzzle
88 The dogu have something to tell us
89 Ancient Earth's Magnetic Field Was Structured Like Today's Two-pole Model
90 Bluehenge unearthed: Prehistoric site that could be famous stone circle's little sister
91 Sacrifice to the Gods: A view into the sacred well of Chichen Itza
92 Archaeologists Discover 'Count Dracula's' Cellar
93 Canoe research revives 'Maori from Hawaii' theory
94 Rune in Norway dates to 400 AD
95 Who came first, Indians or Europeans?
96 Mystery head could be rare statue of Emperor Nero
97 Profile: Ardi: Our 4.4 million-year-old granny
98 Cyrus the Great' Palace Faces Total Destruction
99 Ship survey reveals Romans liked French wine
100 Archaeological sites face ruin from treasure-hunting 'nighthawkers'
101 Ancient synagogue unearthed in Turkey
102 Pot of gold found in Surekli sewage
103 Egypt severs ties with Louvre over artifacts
104 Cave paintings more than 20,000 years old found in Deba (Gipuzkoa)
105 Frieze dated from 5,000 years ago found in Peru
106 Egypt, Demanding Artifacts' Return, Cuts Ties With the Louvre
107 Indus script linguistically Dravidian: expert
108 Easter Island--tourists destroying 'perfect place'
109 Gloucester body 'is Goth warrior'
110 Saving the Wrecks of the Channel
111 Pre-Columbian Graves Found in Peru
112 Oldest known Central Texans might teach textbook writers a thing or two
113 Samoans farewell victims of the tsunami
114 Humpback whales go fishing
115 Painful memories of tsunami for people of Aceh
116 Dyed donkeys do for zebra-less zoo
117 Fossil discovery sounds like the missing ear link
118 Bigfoot: world's largest fossil prints found
119 Captain Cook's logs to unlock climate secrets
120 Science, politics cheer Aussie's Nobel effort
121 Interest in creatures flourished into life of achievement
122 Biologist probes parasite's progress
123 Store nuclear waste in Australia: Gareth Evans
124 Mummified baby mammoth Lyuba reveals 40,000-year-old secrets
125 Egg find clue to dinosaurs' fate
126 Australians don't recognise our most deadly animals: report
127 Reliance on homeopathy poses a threat
128 Experts fish for a simple cure-all: Dr. Surinder Singh
129 Chronic fatigue linked with virus
130 Longer life for donated hearts--and patients
131 Small smoking cuts 'would save 5000 lives a year'