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1 TV Shopping? Small Tips for Big Savings on Holiday Gadgets
2 CERN: Big Bang Machines Sets Power Record
3 Seven Global Warming Misconceptions
4 Season's Tweetings: Social Networking Sites Help You Save
5 Study Examines War's Effects on Female Vets
6 Safer Toys on Shelves This Year
7 Happiness, Inc: Wayne Dyer Lives His Positive Thinking Philosophy
8 Autism Treatment Works in Kids as Young as 18 Mos.
9 Dust cloud hides complex star cluster
10 Australia's oceans under pressure: report
11 Drinking red wine may prevent cavities
12 Nanodiscs cause cancer cell death
13 Indigenous fire scheme cuts CO2 emissions
14 Top End program reduces skin infections
15 Solar panel costs 'set to fall'
16 Herschel telescope 'fingerprints' colossal star
17 Commonwealth leaders back climate change fund
18 India nuclear plant leak under investigation
19 Large Hadron Collider sets world energy record
20 Save 'special' carnivores plea
21 The Royal Society puts historic papers online
22 Men and women 'respond differently to danger'
23 A kind of X Factor in space
24 Mapping the unborn baby's brain in 3D
25 My guide to making your fortune
26 Runescape creator pursues 'phishing thieves'
27 eBay fined in LVMH perfume sales row
28 Johnston Press starts charging for online local news
29 Stephen Gately tops Google searches for 2009
30 BT boss has only broadband home
31 Tech Know: Fast forward to the past
32 Budding authors publish own work online and in
33 The World Health Organization changes HIV 'drug advice'
34 Bodybuilders getting chest lumps
35 'Arthritis risk' for middle-aged exercise addicts
36 Let's talk about safe sex, government urges young
37 NHS staff suffering abuse on the emergency frontline
38 Rectal cancer tumour destroyed by ultrasound is a first
39 Daily salt intake allowances 'were set too high'
40 Going High-Tech to Track Home Energy Use
41 EC Reshuffle Bumps Microsoft Nemesis
42 Repaired Atom Smasher Sets Proton Record
43 Tips for Safe Online Shopping
44 Poll Finds Republicans United and Divided
45 Was Controversial Blogger on FBI Payroll?
46 Lessons Taught by the Dead
47 Is Your Chicken Dinner Safe?
48 Debate Over Artificial Legs in Sports
49 Spider Builds Body Double to Catch Prey
50 Video Scenes Pulled from Peoples' Thoughts
51 The Real Science and History of Vampires
52 Bendable Antennas Could Reshape Electronics
53 Siberian Tiger Population Declines
54 Texting a Pain in the Neck, Study Suggests
55 Origin of Household Dust Pinned Down
56 Welcome to the high-carbon future
57 Networked surveillance minicopters can't be kept down
58 Steven Laureys: How I know 'coma man' is conscious
59 Rare star smash may explain mystery outburst
60 Pop star prof worried about UK's support for LHC
61 Philip Glass's hypnotic astronomy
62 Why the hammerhead shark got its hammer
63 Fresh claim for fossil life in Mars rock
64 Proper use of English could get a virus past security
65 Art, embodied
66 Early Snowball Earth may have melted to a mudball
67 Shrink-to-fit spacesuit eases astronauts' workload
68 Great and good share hopes and fears for Copenhagen
69 Is British nuclear physics doomed?
70 Science, according to Ricky Gervais
71 Hypocritical or apolitical? Von Braun deconstructed
72 The world looks different if you're depressed
73 Drowned cities: Myths and secrets of the deep
74 The world's fastest computers
75 LHC becomes most powerful accelerator of all time
76 On the origin of gods: The evolution of religion
77 3D mash-up maps let you 'edit' the world
78 Fingerprints: Signal Processors for Touch
79 A New Recipe for Rocket Fuel
80 Big Hope for Tiny Particles
81 Carbon Capture with Nanotubes
82 Identifying Anticancer Immune Cells
83 Intelsat 15 Zenit-3SLB Land Launch Delayed
84 Fermi Telescope Peers Deep Into Microquasar
85 Japan launches new spy satellite
86 Two Successful Rockets With Experiments In Weightlessness
87 Russia Prepares For December Launch Of DirecTV Satellite
88 Cosmonauts get final tests before flight
89 China To Launch Second Lunar Probe In 2010
90 Herschel's Splendid Spectra
91 Herschel's splendid spectra
92 TerraSAR-X Image Of The Month: Oil Disaster Off The Australian Coast
93 NJIT Receives NSF Funding To Improve Big Bear Telescope
94 Pakistan's president hands over nuclear powers
95 Robo-chefs and fashion-bots on show in Tokyo
96 Russia has assured Iran on missile delivery: diplomat
97 Defiant Iran vows to build 10 new uranium enrichment plants
98 Raytheon's Rolling Airframe Missile Completes Key Flight Tests
99 Researchers discover biological basis of 'bacterial immune system'
100 Researchers Design Triple Quantum Dot for Quantum Information Applications
101 Report claims Wikipedia losing editors in droves
102 Right/left handedness of snails changed in the lab
103 First metallic nanoparticles resistant to extreme heat
104 Now you see it, now you know you see it
105 Sharp shows plant making 10th generation panels
106 Don't bet newspapers will get rich shunning Google
107 Big freeze plunged Europe into ice age in months
108 Scientists demonstrate multibeam, multi-functional lasers
109 Western diets turn on fat genes
110 Brain Scan Study Shows Cocaine Abusers Can Control Cravings
111 Scientists find clue to mystery of biological clock
112 Kangaroos may hold skin cancer cure: study
113 Britain's Royal Society puts rare scientific manuscripts online
114 Tiny magnetic discs could kill cancer cells: study
115 Large Hadron Collider sets new power world record
116 Spinons--confined like quarks
117 Black hole caught zapping galaxy into existence?
118 World forest observatory needed to monitor vital role of forests in climate deal
119 Online retailers rev up deals to keep up momentum
120 2009: the Year of Twitter
121 Game Theory: Researchers examine what makes video games click with players--or not
122 Holiday shopping off to mildly encouraging start
123 Quantitative approach to forensic fingerprint comparison studied
124 British press group launches charges for online news
125 eBay fined in France for selling upscale perfumes
126 Glasgow scientists predict the unpredictable to guide future nano-chip design
127 For stars, high-tech gaffes hard to hide
128 iPhone's debut in S.Korea means paradigm shift: experts
129 First live targeting of tumors with RNA-based technology
130 A challenge to improve Nuclear Magnetic Resonance for structural biology
131 Scientists get up close to bacteria's toxic pumps
132 How can scientists measure evolutionary responses to climate change?
133 Australian scientists aim to reduce sheep burps
134 Research sheds new light on epilepsy
135 Study: Believers' inferences about God's beliefs are uniquely egocentric
136 Clinical trials launched for treating most aggressive brain tumor with personalized cell vaccines
137 First Step To Success steps up in Albuquerque schools
138 CDC: Swine flu less widespread, down to 32 states
139 Sugary cola drinks linked for first time to higher risk of gestational diabetes
140 Low-income women 4 times more likely to report fair or poor health
141 Is it right for drug companies to carry out their own clinical trials?
142 Availability of vaccine no guarantee public will want it
143 'The pill' for him: Scientists find a hormonal on-and-off switch for male fertility
144 New stem cell technology leads to better treatment for complicated bone fractures
145 Seeing family for the holidays? Scientists discover how the stress might kill you
146 Europe's device therapy use for heart failure doubles 2004-2008, some countries have low uptake
147 Deciding to have a baby is an easier step for public sector workers
148 The therapeutic benefits of the human-animal bond
149 Financial restructuring in fresh-start chapter 11 reorganizations