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1 Science's breakthrough of the year: Uncovering 'Ardi'
2 Exploring the Stone Age pantry
3 Studies generate hundreds of leads in the fight against the H1N1 pandemic
4 Scientists discover natural flu-fighting protein in human cells
5 Researchers find human protein that prevents H1N1 influenza infection
6 Water droplets shape graphene nanostructures
7 Invasion without a stir
8 New report underlines multiple benefits but also new challenges to biodiversity-rich sites
9 Researchers design a tool to induce controlled suicide in human cells
10 Umbilical cord could be new source of plentiful stem cells, say Pitt researchers
11 Alcohol outlets lead to specific problems among youth and young adults
12 The use and misuse of alcohol and marijuana can be traced to a common set of genes
13 Bourbon versus vodka: Bourbon hurts more the next day, performance is the same
14 Research project yields better understanding of the defective protein that causes cystic fibrosis
15 The how and why of freezing the common fruit fly
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17 Skull bone may hold the key to tackling osteoporosis
18 Tiny whispering gallery
19 Research suggests link between infertility, low egg reserve, and breast/ovarian cancer gene (BRCA1)
20 As CDC Issues New Autism Prevalence Report, Autism Speaks Asks, "What Will It Take?" for Government to Meet the Challenge of this National Health Crisis
21 Researchers discover new ways to treat chronic infections
22 How the daisy got its spots...and why
23 Loud and lazy but didn't chew gum: Ancient koalas
24 Researchers take the inside route to halt bleeding
25 Astronomers find super-Earth using amateur, off-the-shelf technology
26 Researchers discover novel method for detecting MIRCERA
27 Fault weaknesses, the center cannot hold for some geologic faults
28 Everlasting quantum wave
29 NIST team demystifies utility of power factor correction devices
30 Supernova Explosions Stay In Shape
31 UR Study Reveals Chemo's Toxicity to Brain, Possible Treatment
32 Cannabis and adolescence
33 Within a cell, actin keeps things moving
34 Colliding auroras produce an explosion of light
35 Antidepressants Cut Risk of Hospital Re-admission for Suicidal Youth
36 Heme channel found
37 Avatar's Moon Pandora Could Be Real
38 INRS researchers among Discover Magazine's 'Top 100 Stories for 2009'
39 Pores finding reveals targets for cancer and degenerative disease
40 Physicist Sees With "T-rays"
41 Bioactive glass nanofibers produced
42 Data indicates rising adoption of technology in Canadian clinical trials
43 Postural sway among abstinent alcoholics can be improved up to a point
44 Doctors' bedside skills trump medical technology
45 The how and why of freezing the common fruit fly
46 Rapid-acting insulin analogues: Trials provide no proof of additional benefit for children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes
47 What's his name again? How celebrity monikers can help us remember
48 Added sugar in raisin cereals increases acidity of dental plaque
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50 Caltech scientists film photons with electrons
51 Thermochemical nanolithography now allows multiple chemicals on a chip
52 Argonne scientists use bacteria to power simple machines
53 TGen analysis identifies biomarkers for diabetic kidney failure
54 Carnegie Mellon engineers develop machine that visually inspects and sorts strawberry plants
55 Predicting insurgent attacks with a mathematical model
56 Racing, Shooting, and Zapping Your Way to Better Visual Skills
57 Google phone revolution or misdirection?
58 Skull bone may hold the key to tackling osteoporosis
59 Physicists detect two candidate dark matter interactions, but say the data are not conclusive
60 Taming the flu: Researchers create map of interactions between flu virus and its human host
61 Google-Fujitsu join 'smart objects' alliance
62 Scientists get to the root of ancient case of sour grapes
63 Research suggests link between infertility, low egg reserve, and breast/ovarian cancer gene (BRCA1)
64 Light-Driven Nanorod Could Roll on Water
65 New Study of Meteorite Provides More Evidence for Ancient Life on Mars
66 Why newborn babies can't walk
67 Proposed Spacetime Structure Could Provide Hints for Quantum Gravity Theory
68 Of girls and geeks: Environment may be why women don't like computer science
69 Computer simulation strengthens link between climate change and release of subsea methane
70 Study: Earth's polar ice sheets vulnerable to even moderate global warming
71 Yellowstone's plumbing exposed
72 Researchers discover new 'golden ratios' for female facial beauty
73 New planet discoveries suggest low-mass planets are common around nearby stars (w/ Video)
74 Avatar's moon Pandora could be real
75 Researchers link calorie intake to cell lifespan, cancer development (w/ Video)
76 Astronomers Find Super-Earth Using Amateur, Off-the-Shelf Technology (w/ Video)
77 Scientists Investigate Cause of 'Singing Dunes'
78 Pollution alters isolated thunderstorms
79 Scientists discover mechanism behind superinsulation
80 Hot Electrons Could Double Solar Cell Power Efficiency
81 Researchers create new 'smart' nanocapsule delivery system for use in protein therapy
82 Watching Proteins Direct Crystal Growth One Step at a Time (w/ Video)
83 Behavior modification could ease concerns about nanoparticles
84 Growing Europe's nanowires
85 Heart cells on lab chip display 'nanosense' that guides behavior
86 Nanoprobes hit targets in tumors, could lessen chemo side effects
87 Tracking new cancer-killing particles with MRI
88 New curriculum mixes nanotechnology and skiing (w/ Video)
89 Scientists use nanosensors for first time to measure cancer biomarkers in blood
90 Lightweight composites to get trimmer and smarter
91 Tiny whispering gallery: Sensor can detect a single nanoparticle and take its measurement
92 Large Hadron Collider preparing 2010 new science restart
93 Caltech scientists film photons with electrons
94 An Advance in Superconducting Magnet Technology Opens the Door for More Powerful Colliders
95 Google Collaborates with D-Wave on Possible Quantum Image Search
96 Large Hadron Collider produces first physics results
97 Rare earth metal enhances phosphate glass
98 Physicists lay the groundwork for cooler, faster computing
99 Theorists propose a new way to shine--and a new kind of star
100 Queen Mary scientists shed light on a mysterious particle
101 New structure could produce efficient semiconductor laser sources
102 A new kind of micronsobility: Moving tiny particles using magnetic fields (w/ Video)
103 A star is born? Herschel space observatory captures the birth of stars
104 Spirit Rover: Right-Front Wheel Rotations
105 Computer-simulated Thunderstorms with Ice Clouds Reveal Insights for Next-generation Computer Models
106 More Filipinos leave homes as volcano spills lava
107 Top US lawmaker skeptical of new space funding
108 Fertilizer use not always helpful in revegetation efforts
109 Replicating Climate Change to Forecast its Effects
110 Clinton: US would help raise billions on climate
111 Supernova explosions stay in shape
112 How water forms where Earth-like planets are born
113 Glint of Sunlight Confirms Liquid in Northern Lake District of Titan
114 Oceanographers image the discovery of the deepest explosive eruption on the sea floor (w/ Video)
115 Colliding auroras produce an explosion of light
116 Soil Microorganisms? Role Cited as a Missing Factor in Climate Change Equation
117 Netbooks start raising the stakes
118 Next-generation Intel products to be launched in January; Include first 32-nm Core i3, i5 processors
119 A new generation of computer tablets is on its way
120 Efforts under way to make Web more accessible
121 NXP Introduces Advanced 3DTV Processor
122 Japanese Store Selling Custom-Made Robots That Look Like Their Owners
123 Google fined $14,300 a day in France over books
124 Can Snowmobiles Adapt in the Age of Ethanol?
125 Mobile tech 'can replace cheques'
126 Analysts warn that FTC suit could damage Intel
127 French court orders Google to stop scanning French books
128 Hackers steal SKorean-US military secrets
129 Pentagon plays down security breach with US drones
130 IBM Reveals Five Innovations that Will Change Cities in the Next Five Years (w/ Video)
131 Organic flash memory developed
132 French technology upstart challenges Google
133 IU informaticists show new levels of refinement in predicting human mobility, epidemic spread
134 Research project yields better understanding of the defective protein that causes cystic fibrosis
135 Within a cell, actin keeps things moving
136 Researchers design a tool to induce controlled suicide in human cells
137 Scientists isolate new antifreeze molecule in Alaska beetle
138 New protein key for cell proliferation identified
139 Prussian blue linked to the origin of life
140 How the daisy got its spots...and why
141 Researchers discover new ways to treat chronic infections
142 Study shows loss of 15-42 percent of mammals in North America
143 Wild chimps have near human understanding of fire, study says
144 New research explains orchids' sexual trickery
145 Heme channel found
146 Headwater stream nutrient enrichment disrupts food web
147 Researchers revise long-held theory of fruit-fly development
148 UNSW students sequence genome of the Wollemi Pine
149 Large-scale sequencing: The future of genomic sciences?
150 Scientists [sic] works to develop Christmas tree that doesn't shed needles
151 New report underlines multiple benefits but also new challenges to biodiversity-rich sites
152 Umbilical cord could be new source of plentiful stem cells, researchers say
153 Invasion without a stir
154 Warming climate chills Sonoran Desert's spring flowers
155 Bacteria wouldn't opt for a swine flu shot
156 Soap opera in the marsh: Coots foil nest invaders, reject impostors
157 The use and misuse of alcohol and marijuana can be traced to a common set of genes
158 Fear of lawsuits may prompt some doctors to overprescribe antibiotics
159 Will a carrot or a stick prompt purchase of more carrots?
160 What's his name again? How celebrity monikers can help us remember
161 Bourbon versus vodka: Bourbon hurts more the next day, performance is the same
162 Doctors' bedside skills trump medical technology
163 New study explores role of sexual, social behaviors in seniors' well-being
164 Disparity in use of implantable devices to prevent sudden death in heart failure patients
165 Added sugar in raisin cereals increases acidity of dental plaque
166 Disordered eating may affect 10 to 15 percent of women
167 Transplant guide highlights daily infection risks from factors like pets and food
168 Talking aloud helps solve mathematical problems more quickly, according to a study
169 From terrorism to HIV, it's all about the network
170 Exploring the Stone Age pantry
171 New study finds gender divide in children's use of cell phone features (w/ Video)
172 About 25 percent of Arabs in Greater Detroit reported abuse post Sept. 11
173 Probing Question: Is the death penalty on the decline in America?
174 How to spur energy storage innovations
175 DNA of Jesus-era shrouded man in Jerusalem reveals earliest case of leprosy
176 First archaeological survey of Paphlagonia published
177 Text of Jewish exorcism discovered
178 Researchers reveal ancient origins of modern opossum
179 Mid-Century Model Homes Helped Shape Domestic Ideals
180 Report: Arizonans make good neighbors, but not good citizens
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