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1 Leaders 'likely' to go to summit
2 hit by ordering glitch
3 China plans for humanoid Olympics
4 Gadget problems divide the sexes
5 Early origins for uncanny valley
6 A 360 degree 'real' net experience
7 Foetal heart rate monitor warning
8 Experts map the body's bacteria
9 Uganda school exam births shock
10 Dedication in a sombre setting
11 'We thought Chas might never recover'
12 Team wins $900K in Space Elevator Games
13 U.N. Climate Talks Hinge on Rich Nations
14 Feed Your Family on $10 a Day!
15 Munley Was Ex-Partner's "Mighty Mouse"
16 H1N1 Can Lead to Encephalitis in Kids
17 Poll: One-Third Who Seek Vaccine, Get It
18 iPhone App Store Hits 100K, Leaves Others in the Dust
19 The next level in handheld games
20 Doom game creator suggests Apple embarrassed about iPhone gaming
21 Beatles Albums Removed From Download Site BlueBeat
22 Apple Store Announces Reserve and Pick Up Program
23 Louvre plays home to Apple's first French store
24 Apple to Open Stunning Paris Apple Store in Le Louvre on Saturday
25 Seattle team wins $900,000 in Space Elevator Games
26 Space elevator team wins $900,000 from NASA
27 Winner in Contest Involving Space Elevator
28 Got friends? Now you can thank Facebook
29 Get six Mac apps absolutely free
30 Mac Developers Band Together for One Finger Discount
31 Free software for your Mac, iPhone
32 Indie Mac developers offer promotion with a funny name
33 Free software for your Mac, compliments of MacHeist
34 Google's Obsession With Microsoft Burns Hotter
35 Google trying not to cross 'the creepy line'
36 Applied Buys Advent Solar
37 Applied Materials buys Advent Solar
38 Advent Solar Acquired By Applied Materials
39 Secrets Pref Pane Updated for Snow Leopard
40 Introducing Speedmark 6
41 Astronauts prep for not-so-close encounter with space debris
42 Space Debris Threatens Space Station
43 Heads up! Space Station flyby Sunday evening
44 International Space Station, still under construction, may be debris by 2016
45 Station Prepares For New Spacecraft, Monitors Debris
46 AARP is backing health bills
47 As House health care vote nears, the issues get clearer
48 Babies are found to cry in their mother tongue
49 Newborn Babies May Cry in their Mother Tongues
50 Study shows unborn babies cry in their mother tongue
51 Blue Cross Medicare Price Hike Limited
52 Ruling a blow to proposed Blue Cross rate hike plan
53 Officer says Blue Cross rate hike should be lower
54 WFU study on hormone may cut prostate biopsies
55 PSA return time may predict outcome
56 Prostate Biopsy Is Not Always Necessary, New Finding Suggests
57 ASTRO: Early PSA Rise Predicts Mortality
58 Babies' language learning starts from the womb
59 Early scents really do get 'etched' in the brain
60 Does green tea prevent cancer? Evidence continues to brew, but questions remain
61 Horse genome sequence and analysis published in Science
62 Caught in the act: Butterfly mate preference shows how 1 species can become 2
63 How size matters for catalysts
64 Gene therapy success in severe brain disorder applauded by the STOP ALD Foundation
65 Genomes of biofuel yeasts reveal clues that could boost fuel ethanol production worldwide
66 Complete Genomics publishes in Science on low-cost sequencing of 3 human genomes
67 Study reveals how plants and bacteria 'talk' to thwart disease
68 CU-Boulder map of human bacterial diversity shows wide interpersonal differences
69 Genome sequence for the domestic horse to be unveiled
70 Airborne nitrogen shifts aquatic nutrient limitation in pristine lakes
71 Oral contraceptives may benefit women with asthma
72 DNA barcodes: Creative new uses span health, fraud, smuggling, history, more
73 Magnetic nanoparticles to simultaneously diagnose, monitor and treat
74 We spend more on products with detailed nutritional information
75 SNM applauds House action to build medical isotopes reactor in the US
76 DNA molecules in moss open door to new biotechnology
77 Pathogen protection and virulence: Dark side of fungal membrane protein revealed
78 Local health investigation sheds light on gastroschisis birth defect
79 Nitrogen loss threatens desert plant life, study shows
80 Possible help in fight against muscle-wasting disease
81 AIBS publishes Darwin articles open access
82 Ants are friendly to some trees, but not others
83 Great wines come from great soils
84 Mimicking nature, scientists can now extend redox potentials
85 Rapid supernova could be new class of exploding star
86 New type of supernova explosion reported; predicted by theoretical physicists at UCSB
87 German high-school students involved in an astronomical research project
88 Julich neutron scientists inaugurate unique device in the US
89 Boat tail reduces truck fuel consumption by 7.5 percent
90 PTB Terahertz calibration satisfies US laser manufacturer
91 Does prostate-specific antigen velocity help in early detection prostate cancer?
92 Researchers explore new ways to prevent spinal cord damage using a vitamin B3 precursor
93 Are the Alps growing or shrinking?
94 Crossing the line: how aggressive cells invade the brain
95 Chemists describe solar energy progress and challenges, including the 'artificial leaf'
96 New Synthetic Molecules Trigger Immune Response to HIV and Prostate Cancer
97 'Dropouts' pinpoint earliest galaxies
98 Computer predicts reactions between molecules and surfaces, with 'chemical precision'
99 Researchers find new way to attack inflammation in Graves' eye disease
100 Past climate of the northern Antarctic Peninsular informs global warming debate
101 Gene therapy technique slows brain disease
102 Air pollution increases infants' risk of bronchiolitis
103 Higher carotid arterial stenting rates associated with poorer clinical outcomes
104 Carnegie Mellon researchers link health-care debate to risk of dying in US and Europe
105 Poll: Many parents, high-priority adults who tried to get H1N1 vaccine unable to get it
106 Babies with an accent
107 Psychiatric impact of torture could be amplified by head injury
108 NHLBI stops enrollment in study on resuscitation methods for cardiac arrest
109 Less than 1 in 3 Toronto bystanders who witness a cardiac arrest try to help: Study
110 New finding suggests prostate biopsy is not always necessary
111 PET imaging response a prognostic factor after thoracic radiation therapy for lung cancer
112 Excitation pattern peak is more important determinant of vowel quality
113 A new system preserves the right to privacy in Internet searches
114 The consumption of melatonin, a natural hormone segregated by the own human body, regulates sleep better than somniferous
115 Dartmouth Professor finds that iconic Oswald photo was not faked
116 Researcher: 'Optical biopsy' for breast cancer increasingly accurate
117 Lasers put a shine on metals
118 Perfectly proportioned
119 A new computer simulator allows to design military strategies based on ants' movements
120 Tens of thousands of homes flooded in Mexico
121 G-20 finance officials: Too early to end stimulus
122 Dinosaur prints found on NZealand's South Island
123 Taiwan breeders see big profits in rare shrimps
124 Space Junk Buzzes Station as Astronauts Sleep
125 Yemen joins gas exporters' club
126 G20 wants 'ambitious' Copenhagen talks, but gives no figures
127 The Many Mysteries of Neanderthals
128 Sea lions killed, but Columbia salmon toll rises
129 Prized mushroom collection returns to China
130 Brain disease treated by gene therapy
131 Australian agency denies gagging researchers
132 Planting trees can shift water flow
133 Fathers Gain Respect From Experts (and Mothers)
134 Quandary With Mammograms: Get a Screening, or Just Skip It?
135 Giving Sight by Therapy With Genes
136 A Powerful Identity, a Vanishing Diagnosis
137 Researcher Behind the Drug Gleevec: A Conversation With Brian J. Druker, M.D.
138 In the Mediterranean, Killer Tsunamis From an Ancient Eruption
139 Creationism, Minus a Young Earth, Emerges in the Islamic World
140 Democrats Push Climate Bill Through Panel Without G.O.P. Debate
141 Rules on Modified Corn Skirted, Study Says
142 William Belton, Self-Taught Ornithologist, Dies at 95
143 Paul C. Zamecnik, Biologist Who Helped Discover an RNA Molecule, Dies at 96
144 Treating the Pain Epidemic
145 Winner in Contest Involving Space Elevator
146 North American Origins for the Falklands Wolf
147 A Marathon Run in the Slow Lane
148 A Life Apart, Without a Home, Friends or Regrets
149 Really? The Claim: A Person Can Pay Off a Sleep Debt by Sleeping Late on Weekends
150 A Breathing Technique Offers Help for People With Asthma
151 Q & A: A Shot in the Arm
152 Sending Drugs to Specific Spots in a Tiny Cage
153 The Role of Air Pressure in Starting a Landslide
154 Anti-Odor Silver Exits Textiles in the Wash
155 Religion's Role in the Climate Challenge
156 License to Wonder