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1 La. company selling cottages damaged by hurricanes
2 Poisoned, wounded Calif. condor treated at LA Zoo
3 Dog sniffs for tiger droppings in Cambodia
4 Great White Sharks Once Grew Slower, Fossil Shows
5 Genes May Decide Which Smokers Get Lung Disease
6 OPEC to keep present output
7 Italy dig unearths female 'vampire' in Venice
8 Overweight Preschoolers Raise Their Heart Disease Risk
9 Obesity, Diabetes and Heart Disease May Speed Dementia
10 Second-Generation Female Condom Approved
11 Suriname starts free circumcision project
12 Child's Food Allergies Take Toll on Family Plans
13 Exposure to Peanuts May Build Tolerance to Allergy
14 Possible therapy takes bite out of peanut allergy
15 Parkinson's Treatment Drugs Even Out Over Long Term
16 Many Seniors Not Selecting Lowest Cost Medicare Drug Plans
17 Some Elderly Heart Failure Patients Get Little Help From Meds, Study Finds
18 Combo of Tests Might Spot Ovarian Cancer Early
19 'Male Lumpectomy' May Help Some With Prostate Cancer
20 Antidepressant Use Tied to Cardiac Death in Women
21 Enough of the puff: tax may cut smoking rates
22 SXSW: Facebook Connect Goes Mobile, Arrives on the iPhone
23 SXSW Eats: Killer Hot Dogs at Jackalope
24 SXSW: AT&T's Spotty Service Frustrates iPhone Users
25 SXSW: G-Strings, Frostings Make Perfect Pair at Burlesque Cupcake Cookoff
26 SXSW: Will Code for Food--Jittery Geeks Look for Next Big Job
27 Dangerous Japanese 'Detergent Suicide' Technique Creeps Into U.S.
28 New Army Weapon Aims to Fry Gadgets, People
29 BMW Still Loves Hydrogen
30 A British Motorcycle That Doesn't Leak Oil
31 Urban Sprawl, Climate Change Fueled Atlanta Tornado
32 Obama Administration Declares Proposed IP Treaty a 'National Security' Secret
33 Brain Scanners Know Where You've Been
34 Worried Russia to monitor NKorea rocket launch
35 University Scientists Race To Discover How Solar System Began
36 The Day The Sun Brought Darkness
37 Mars, Then and Now: Google Mars Update
38 Spirit Makes Slight Progress on New Route--sol 1831-1837
39 Plans Unveiled For New Campus At Ames
40 Investment In Space Critical For US Economic Growth And Competitiveness
41 Final Piece Of NASA's Next-Gen. Rocket Heads To Launch Site
42 Tiny Brain Region Key To Fear Of Rivals And Predators
43 'The Unexpected Outcome' Is A Key To Human Learning
44 One Virus Particle Is Enough To Cause Infectious Disease
45 Metal Discovered To Become Transparent Under High Pressure
46 Traffic Exposure May Trigger Heart Attacks
47 First High-resolution Images Of Bone, Tooth And Shell Formation
48 Human-generated Sounds May Be Killing Fish
49 Wind Shifts May Stir Carbon Dioxide From Antarctic Depths, Amplifying Global Warming
50 Preserved Shark Fossil Adds Evidence To Great White's Origins
51 Critical Switch In Eye Development Discovered
52 Nanotube Structures Could Improve Electric Motors
53 Freezing Kidney Cancer: Hot Treatment Should Be New Gold Standard For Destroying Small Tumors
54 First Measurement Of The Ability Of A Very Long Molecular Wire To Conduct Electric Current
55 Children As Young As Preschoolers Tend To Follow Majority Opinion
56 Molecular 'Two-Step' Leading To Protein Clumps Of Huntington's Disease
57 Protein Helps Immune Cells To Divide And Conquer
58 Turn Back, Wayward Axon: Coreceptors Work Together As 'Navigators' For A Growing Axon, Study Shows
59 Can Mental Training Games Help Prevent Alzheimer's?
60 Discovery Of Protection Against Cell Division Failures
61 What Drove The Cow Mad? Lessons From A Tiny Fish
62 Omega 3 And Other Nutraceuticals Come In Stable, Tasty Microgels
63 Climate Change Reduces Nutritional Value Of Algae
64 Lobster Traps Going High Tech
65 Dust Deposited In Oceans May Carry Elements Toxic To Marine Algae
66 Silica Algae Reveal How Ecosystems React To Climate Changes
67 Chemists Find Secret To Increasing Luminescence Efficiency Of Carbon Nanotubes
68 Twin Nanoparticle Shown Effective At Targeting, Killing Breast Cancer Cells
69 New Nanoporous Material Has Highest Surface Area Yet
70 Traffic Markings May Be Brighter On The Other Side
71 Solar Water Heating Pays For Itself Five Times Over
72 Breakthrough For Post-4G Communications
73 Hot Electrons In Carbon: Graphite Behaves Like Semiconductor
74 Blocking protein may help ease painful nerve condition
75 A natural approach for HIV vaccine
76 Alzheimer's disease therapeutic prevents long-term damage from TBI in pre-clinical studies
77 Probe into faked studies rocks medical community
78 Second Life finding new life
79 US study finds carcinogens in kids' bath products
80 Italy dig unearths female 'vampire' in Venice
81 New invisibility cloak allows object to 'see' out through the cloak
82 Facebook fun goes mobile with iPhone applications
83 Stolen-data trove offers look inside a botnet
84 Australian oil spill '10 times worse' than thought
85 Journalism evolving, not dying: science author
86 Poisoned, wounded Calif. condor treated at LA Zoo
87 American adults flunk basic science
88 Atmospheric 'sunshade' could reduce solar power generation
89 Physicist develops battery using new source of energy
90 Feared by the bad, loved by the good? Scientists discover previously unknown document on Robin Hood
91 Nanocups brim with potential: Light-bending metamaterial could lead to superlenses, invisibility cloaks
92 Quantum dots and nanomaterials: Ingredients for better lighting and more reliable power
93 New method for detecting explosives
94 'Self-correcting' gates advance quantum computing
95 Sea Level Rise Due to Global Warming Poses Threat to New York City
96 New Madrid fault system may be shutting down
97 Fledgling mantle plume may be cause of African volcano's unique lava
98 NASA Launches 'Eyes on the Earth 3-D'
99 Europe postpones launch of Herschel, Planck telescopes
100 Contamination under boats no worse than elsewhere in California bay, study says
101 Fusion-io Deliveries The Worlds Fastest SSD
102 Plenty of Kindle 2 extras in marketplace
103 Robotic gardening: MIT course creates robot-tending tomatoes
104 Mitsubishi 3D Touch Panel Demonstrated
105 Maine expanding school laptop program with Apple
106 Ticket's in the mail: Red-light cameras questioned
107 Web 2.0 for the real world
108 iTeacher: Program Brings Web 2.0 to the Classroom
109 Scientists discover new platinum catalysts for the dehydrogenation of propane
110 Electrochemical technique follows the motion of individual microparticles in space and time
111 Einstein researchers develop novel antibiotics that don't trigger resistance
112 Medicine released from pill filmed
113 First discovery of 'animals-only' pigment bilirubin in plants
114 Polarizers may enhance remote chemical detection
115 New technology for dating ancient rock paintings
116 Breath or urine analysis may detect cancer, diabetes
117 Novel electric signals in plants
118 Cellular discovery may lead to targeted treatment for rare form of anemia
119 Prion discovery gives clue to control of mass gene expression
120 Aging: Worms, Flies & Yeast Are More Like Us than Previously Expected
121 Prehistoric Turtle Threatened by Modern Menace
122 A Forceful New Method to Sensitively Detect Proteins
123 Potential pathway for drug intervention
124 Culture skews human evolution
125 Cells get two chances, not just one, to fix their mistakes
126 Biologists Discover Missing Piece of Plant Clock
127 Jurassic Park from a Swiss lake?
128 Microbial societies do not like oligarchy
129 Body clock regulates metabolism
130 Researchers develop a structural approach to exploring DNA
131 Phytoplankton is changing along the Antarctic Peninsula
132 Scientists discover mechanism for wind detection in fruit flies (w/Video)
133 Long, sexy tails not a drag on male birds
134 Biofilms: Even stickier than suspected
135 New research suggests key to happiness is gratitude--and men may be locked out
136 A human failure, seen at face value
137 Researchers find that the unexpected is a key to human learning
138 To work your brain, work your body
139 Traffic exposure may have a triggering effect on heart attack
140 Iron is involved in prion disease-associated neuronal demise
141 Is it really only our kidneys that control blood pressure?
142 Picky preschoolers: Young children prefer majority opinion
143 Hyperbaric treatment for autism reports significant clinical improvements
144 USDA approves shot for cows aimed at E. coli
145 The sweet spot? Doctors test targets for Parkinson surgery
146 Bioabsorbable stents show promise
147 Online doctor ratings have their flaws
148 Facemasks help prevent adverse cardiovascular effects caused by pollution
149 What scents did the ancient Egyptians use?
150 Performance pay is a good lesson for education, expert finds
151 Why should Iowa remain the first presidential primary?
152 Random network connectivity can be delayed, but with explosive results, new study finds
153 Preserved shark fossil adds evidence to great white's origins
154 Alcohol: minimum pricing could decrease consumption, while increasing industry revenue by 68%
155 Los Alamos researchers create 'map of science'