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1 Queen Revamps Web Site, Adds Job Applications
2 Race and IQ: Should Scientists Even Study It?
3 An Unprecedented Space Collision
4 Fido and Fluffy Want You to Butt Out
5 Many Couples Plan Ahead to Get It On
6 Toxic Butt-Boosting Shots Send Women to Hospital
7 Court Says Vaccine Is Not to Blame for Autism
8 Laser printer debate heats up
9 Fluid lens to give back youthful vision
10 Scientists capture birth of blood cells
11 Neanderthals 'distinct from us'
12 Darwin's Galapagos
13 EU plans new charges for lorries
14 Russian and US satellites collide
15 Obama 'must act now' on climate
16 Women's traits 'written on face'
17 The fight for water in North America
18 Sat collision highlights growing threat
19 Queen launches new-look website
20 Lara Croft firm agrees takeover
21 EU backs video games for children
22 System 'to help winter crashes'
23 The Tech Lab: Ian McDonald
24 A Royal web event
25 Exercise 'cuts colon cancer risk'
26 W Africa starts anti-polio drive
27 Cash bribes 'help smokers quit'
28 Facebook Only Worth $3.7B, Documents Show
29 Congressman's Twittering Prompts Pentagon Action
30 iPhone Push Notification Server tied to Snow Leopard Server
31 The race to kill the MacBook Air is on
32 US lawmaker injects ISP throttle into Obama rescue package
33 Windows 7 buzz may stall Vista
34 Twitter? It's What You Make It
35 Vaccine-Autism Link Ruled Out By Court
36 Study Finds More Smokers Quit When Paid
37 Atlanta Hospital Finds Legionnaire's Bacteria
38 Peanut Butter May Be Labeled High Risk
39 Scientists aware satellite paths would be close
40 Crash highlights lack of space traffic control
41 Debris From Space Collision Poses Threat to Other Satellites
42 Darwin at 200: The Ongoing Force of His Unconventional Idea
43 Darwin The Disturber
44 Appreciating evolution on Darwin's 200th birthday
45 AAAS Plenary: Intrepid explorers and the search for the origin of species
46 Darwin Now
47 Evolving with Darwin and the 800-pound gorilla
48 Skipping Vista? Take Precautions, Says Microsoft
49 Microsoft: No free Win7 yet, but the option is left open
50 Authors Guild irked by text-to-speech on Kindle 2
51 Well read
52 Facebook Building More Features For Mobile Phones
53 Facebook Wants Nokia To Be Its Mobile Friend
54 Facebook valuation 'shocker' another reason to be skeptical of media hype
55 Will the Amazon Kindle Ship Outside the U.S.? Can It?
56 Six Reasons You Won't Want a Kindle for Business
57 Microsoft poaches another Yahoo exec
58 Microsoft Adds Another Yahoo Search Exec
59 Research In Motion tempers earnings estimates
60 Vaccines didn't cause autism, court rules
61 Love Fluffy? 3 Convincing Reasons to Quit Smoking
62 Looking for a sign of deadly prostate cancer
63 Bone Drugs May Help Fight Breast Cancer
64 Novartis Bone Drug Cuts Risk of Breast Cancer Return in Study
65 Bone meds battle breast cancer, too
66 Woman Arrested, Performs Butt Injections Without License
67 Woman Charged in 'Bootleg Cosmetology' Case, 2 Critically Injured
68 Doctors: Stem Cell Transplant Wiped Out HIV in Patient
69 Stem-Cell Transplant Seemingly Eradicates Patient's HIV
70 Stem Cells Cut AIDS Virus in Patient, Ending Need for Drugs
71 Man Shows No Signs Of HIV After Stem Cell Transplant
72 New Drug Shows Promise Against Heartbeat Abnormality
73 Sanofi upbeat on Multaq as key study published
74 ATHENA published, FDA readies to hear advisory panel on dronedarone for AF
75 Study finds one-third of US kids take vitamins
76 New Initiatives Aim To Reduce Spread of HIV Among Couples in Kenya
77 Disease Research Needs Wider Scope
78 Condom sales unfazed by economic downturn
79 Recession seems to put people in the mood for condoms
80 Osiris reports positive results for stem cell drug
81 UPDATE 1--Osiris' stem-cell drug for heart attack proves safe
82 Osiris' Prochymal Promising
83 Osiris touts stem cell trial results
84 A Birth Control Pill That Promised Too Much
85 New lab evidence suggests preventive effect of herbal supplement in prostate cancer
86 Behavioral studies show baboons and pigeons are capable of higher-level cognition
87 ASU genetics research sheds light on evolution of the human diet
88 Draft version of the Neanderthal genome completed
89 AAAS Annual Meeting news: Dining habits of early humans
90 Changing ocean conditions turning penguins into long-distance commuters
91 Vital climate change warnings are being ignored, says expert
92 Researchers crack the code of the common cold
93 New strategy to combat cancer: Streamlining blood vessel walls
94 Songbirds fly 3 times faster than expected
95 Evolutionary link to modern-day obesity, other problems
96 Sequences capture the code of the common cold
97 Involuntary maybe, but certainly not random
98 Can monkeys choose optimally when faced with noisy stimuli and unequal rewards?
99 Researchers determine how mosquitoes survive dengue virus infection
100 How do you mend a broken heart?
101 Astronomers Unveiling Life's Cosmic Origins
102 High-tech tests allow anthropologists to track ancient hominids across the landscape
103 Researchers at UGA discover protein is crucial to reproduction of parasites involved in disease
104 New findings on climate change and fisheries
105 Psychoactive compound activates mysterious receptor
106 Fruit flies soar as lab model, drug screen for the deadliest of human brain cancers
107 Gladstone scientists reveal that fat synthesizing enzyme is key to healthy skin and hair
108 Tree lizard's quick release escape system makes jumpers turn somersaults
109 Nanoscopic changes to pancreatic cells reveal cancer
110 Researchers discover metabolite linked to aggressive prostate cancer
111 Yale engineers revolutionize nano-device fabrication using amorphous metals
112 New high frequency amplifier harnesses millimeter waves in silicon for fast wireless
113 Toothsome research: Deducing the diet of a prehistoric hominid
114 New reference material can improve testing of multivitamin tablets
115 For refrigeration problems, a magnetically attractive solution
116 Have migraine? Bigger waistline may be linked
117 New silver-based ink has applications in electronics, researchers say
118 Biobanks will provide 'electronic specimens' for medical research
119 Plugging in Molecular Wires
120 N/A
121 Major step for drug discovery and diagnostics
122 'Science: 'Novel quantum effect directly observed and explained
123 Evidence of ancient hot springs on Mars detailed in Astrobiology journal
124 Nanoparticle "Smart Bomb" Targets Drug Delivery to Cancer Cells
125 Improved sensor technology could someday keep tabs on terrorists by remote control
126 Stem cell research uncovers mechanism for type 2 diabetes
127 More power from bumps in the road
128 'Normalizing' tumor vessels leaves cancer more benign
129 Mayo Clinic Researchers Discover Drug can Prevent Colon Cancer Development in Mice
130 Surprising interactions of diabetes mellitus and sepsis
131 Durability of dental fillings improves if the enzyme activity of teeth is inhibited
132 Stem cells: Deathly awakening by interferon
133 Sexual health promotion is low among people with serious mental illnesses, despite higher risk
134 Researchers find new biomarker for fatal prostate cancer
135 Cell injections accelerate fracture healing
136 On the origin of subspecies
137 Innovative method to starve tumors
138 Taking the stress out of magnetic field detection
139 Viscosity-enhancing nanomaterials may double service life of concrete
140 New high-res map suggests little water inside moon
141 A pioneer research work on molluscs nacre opens new doors for its possible use in biomedicine
142 New target for medicine to combat Alzheimer's: VIB scientists confirm protein's key role
143 Next gen sequencing technology pinpoint 'on-off switches' in genomes