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1 Illegal Immigration: Can Online Database Help?
2 Anthropologist Discovers the Story Behind the Skeleton
3 Swede Charged in Alleged Attacks on NASA, Cisco
4 A Fifth of U.S. Homes Have Cell Phones, No Landlines
5 Face Transplant: 'Resilience' Saw Woman Through
6 New Documentary Gives Inside Look at Alzheimer's
7 NYC Teens Chide Palin's Abstinence Call
8 Want to Talk About Sex? Send a Text
9 Swine Flu Vaccine: Worth the Effort?
10 Stiff Person Syndrome Locks Up One Woman's Body
11 Canada sequences swine flu virus
12 Lizards soak up sunshine vitamin
13 Hobbit feet reignite debate
14 Hobbits 'are a separate species'
15 UN 'stunned' by scale of bail-out
16 Origin of giant bloom discovered
17 Time limits on innocent DNA data
18 All school Sats tests 'might go'
19 European prepares to command ISS
20 Wild fruit trees face extinction
21 Meet the brains of the animal world
22 Monster wave gives up its secrets
23 Biodiversity is the spark of life
24 Duke Nukem developer goes bust
25 Amazon unveils Kindle DX e-reader
26 Missile data found on hard drives
27 Gadgets fight illegal immigration
28 The rise and rise of e-readers
29 Office intruder 'steals' data
30 Trial drugs 'reverse' Alzheimer's
31 Gene allows cancer to enter brain
32 Blind boy starts China treatment
33 ZDNET: Is New Kindle Worth The Money?
34 FBI Agent Reflects On Cybercriminal Role
35 A Fifth Of U.S. Homes Only Use Cell Phones
36 Amazon's Big-Screen Kindle DX Debuts
37 Fuel For Deep Space Exploration Running On Empty
38 Feds To Reconsider Critical Habitat For 2 Fish
39 Britain To Remove Some DNA Profiles From Database
40 Pakistan Targets Militant-held Valley
41 Feds: Mountain-dwelling Pika May Need Protection
42 3.5M Kids Under 5 On Verge Of Going Hungry
43 5 Drugs Kids Steal Most Often From Parents
44 Did We Overreact To Swine Flu Threat?
45 1st U.S. Face Transplant Patient's Message
46 Mexico H1N1 Death Toll Jumps Over 40
47 World's Smallest Light Bulb Created
48 Swine Flu Hits Home Again
49 Energy of Volcanoes Harnessed to Generate Power
50 How Safe Is the Pill?
51 Reality Check: The Science of 'Star Trek'
52 DNA twisted into boxes
53 'Hobbit' was a dwarf with large feet
54 Basking sharks run for the sun
55 China joins world-class synchrotron club
56 Hubble: the last hurrah
57 Katrina victims use science to sue US government
58 Sea 'snake' generates electricity with every wave
59 Morning sickness may be sign of a bright baby
60 Dark matter signal recedes into the shadows
61 Orange stars are just right for life
62 Quantum arguments for God veer into mumbo-jumbo
63 Swine flu: Can science save us from the second wave?
64 Bigfoot hobbit could be ancient island human
65 Hunting the mysterious monopole
66 Five futurist visionaries and what they got right
67 Ray Kurzweil: A singular view of the future
68 Ask Alpha: Quizzing the world's first answer engine
69 Hobbit Foot Like No Other In Human Fossil Record
70 Tomato Project Offers Potential for Crop Drought, Disease Resistance
71 Scientists Name 'Diving Beetle' for Comedy Central's Colbert
72 High Rise Fire Study Provides Insight Into Deadly Wind-Driven Fires
73 Home Energy Savings Are Made in the Shade
74 Vise Squad: Putting the Squeeze on a Crystal Leads to Novel Electronics
75 NIST Issues First Reference Material for Tissue Engineering
76 Terahertz Waves Are Effective Probes for IC Heat Barriers
77 New Nanotube Coating Enables Novel Laser Power Meter
78 NIST Issues Draft Guide for Automating Computer Security Verification
79 Refined Hubble Constant Narrows Possible Explanations for Dark Energy
80 Physicists Create World's Smallest Incandescent Lamp
81 Gene Key To Alzheimer's-like Reversal Identified: Success In Restoring Memories In Mice Could Lead To Human Treatments
82 Scientists Shed Light On Inner Workings Of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
83 Way To Control Chaos? Rigid Structure Discovered In Center Of Air Turbulence
84 Schizophrenia: Blocking Errant Protein Could Stem Runaway Brain Activity In Psychosis
85 Star Crust 10 Billion Times Stronger Than Steel, Physicist Finds
86 'Hobbits' Couldn't Hustle: Feet Of Homo Floresiensis Were Primitive But Not Pathological
87 'Sobering' Decline Of Caribbean's Big Fish, Fisheries: Overfishing Deemed Most Likely Cause
88 Nanoneedle Is Small In Size, But Huge In Applications
89 Underwater Robot With A Sense Of Touch
90 Swine Flu Genes Dissimilar To Past Pandemics
91 Gel-Based Glue Fastens Snails To Wet Surfaces, Model For Surgical Adhesive
92 Where Tumor Cells Boldly Go: Cancer Biologists Shed Light On The Metastatic Niche
93 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter To Help Astronauts Survive On Moon's Forbidding Frontier
94 Teach Your Children Well: Focused, Happier Kids Grow Up To Be Healthier Adults, Study Finds
95 Women Live Longer, Not Better, Largely Because Of Obesity And Arthritis
96 Drugs To Combat Anemia In Cancer Patients Increase Risk Of Death, Study Suggests
97 Can Kidney Disease Cause Cancer?
98 Building The Lymphatic Drainage System
99 Genes Found To Play Role In Breast Cancer's Spread To Brain
100 Listening To Music Can Change The Way You Judge Facial Emotions
101 Glutamate Identified As Predictor Of Disease Progression In Multiple Sclerosis
102 Best Wine Making Techniques: Use Of Wooden Casks Or Steel Tanks For Chardonnay Influences Its Fermentative Aroma
103 For Your Health, Pick A Mate Who Is Conscientious And, Perhaps, Also Neurotic
104 Alcohol Drinkers Not Only Zone Out--But Also Are Unaware That They Do
105 Why People Are Better At Lying Online Than Telling A Lie Face-to-face
106 Excessive Increase In Heart Rate During Mental Stress Before Exercise Doubles Risk Of Dying Suddenly From Heart Attack In Later Life
107 Cancer-causing Virus Associated With Higher Risk Of New HIV Infection
108 First Fully Automated Pipeline For Multiprotein Complex Production
109 'Diving Beetle' Named After Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert
110 Whole Genome Sequencing Approach For Mutation Discovery
111 Mites On Hissing Cockroach May Benefit Humans With Allergies
112 Sea Salt Holds Clues To Climate Change
113 Organic Dairy Manure May Offer High Quality Fertilizer Option
114 Carbon Balance Of Terrestrial Ecosystems In China
115 Giant Trilobites And Trilobite Clusters From The Ordovician Of Portugal
116 Nuclear Masses Measured To Within A Hair's Precision
117 'Stinky' Drywall Imported From China Raises Health And Safety Concerns
118 Neural Networks Used To Improve Wind Speed Forecasting
119 3T MRI Detects 'Early' Breast Cancer Not Seen On Mammography And Sonography
120 Electronic Books: Make Brighter, Full-color Electronic Readers
121 Iron-arsenic Superconductors In Class Of Their Own
122 Computer Use Significantly Affected By Arthritis
123 Self-cleaning Objects And Water-striding Robots May Be Possible With Super Hydrophobic Materials
124 Examining Social Networking For Terrorists To Find People Behind Terrorist Attacks
125 Space Station Prepped for Six Crew Members
126 Wolfram Alpha vs. Google: Answers to Your Queries
127 Amazon's Bigger Kindle
128 Ink-Jet Printing for Cheaper Solar Cells
129 A Lockbox Built from DNA
130 Study reveals current multi-component vaccines may need reworking
131 Disappearing act of world's second largest fish explained
132 Why silkworms find mulberries attractive
133 Researchers study the idling brain
134 Fuel for deep space exploration running on empty
135 WHO: up to 2 billion people might get swine flu
136 Post-Quantum Correlations: Exploring the Limits of Quantum Nonlocality
137 Cell's split personality is a major discovery into neurological diseases
138 Genetically engineered mice don't get obese (w/Podcast)
139 The rise of oxygen caused Earth's earliest ice age
140 How much oil have we used?
141 Europe is about to take an astronomical lead over U.S.
142 Autism in California increases twelve-fold
143 Sometimes the next big thing is no big deal
144 Irish student's Wikipedia hoax dupes newspapers
145 Swine flu could protect against deadly mutation: experts
146 Xerox looks to make color printing more affordable
147 Entomologists name 'diving beetle' for Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert
148 Feds to reconsider critical habitat for 2 fish
149 Providers test the limits of access to Internet with new pricing systems
150 World's smallest incandescent (nano)lamp with carbon nanotube filament
151 New evidence ties gene to Alzheimer's
152 Ash shows past eruptions 'underestimated'
153 Honeybees are on the rise but demand grows faster
154 Verizon shareholders endorse execs' pay packages
155 Visualizing virus replication in three dimensions
156 Intriguing early results for device that reshapes enlarged, leaky heart valve
157 Entomologists seek fungus to blunt mosquitoes' sense of smell
158 Up to one in six older people living at home face malnutrition risk
159 Police, charities, even crime suspects using Twitter to get the message out
160 New Medtronic heart device uses 'super plastic' from NASA
161 Sniffing Out the Physical Condition of Conspecifics
162 Big prize for 'small science' physicist
163 Scared of social media? Read this
164 Minority groups pick up worst European eating habits
165 Spam down but 'zombie' armies growing: McAfee
166 Insect gene expression responds to diet
167 Prosecutors seek 3-year prison term in cyber-bullying case
168 When it comes to transmission of MRSA and C. difficile, dogs are not necessarily man's best friend
169 Britain to remove some DNA profiles from database
170 Nintendo's annual profit rises 8.5 percent
171 Millions of kids begin returning to Mexico schools
172 Study finds children's activity levels not influenced by more PE time in school
173 Spitzer Telescope Warms Up to New Career
174 Health-care providers should explain vaccine refusal risks
175 New online tool keeps track of medical bills
176 Listening to music can change the way you judge facial emotions
177 Physicists Detect Single-Electron Tunneling with Quantum Dots
178 Terahertz Waves Are Effective Probes for IC Heat Barriers
179 A guide to the invisible: Doubling the fluorescence microscopy resolution (w/Video)
180 Mechanical stress leads to self-sensing in solid polymers (w/Video)
181 Four-in-One: Targeted Gene Suppression in Cancer Cells
182 A potential anti-ulcer herb medicine: Rocket 'Eruca sativa'
183 Dengue fever costs billions in health care, lost productivity and absenteeism
184 Cell's split personality is a major discovery into neurological diseases
185 Health and well-being in old age: It's still money that counts
186 Patients with mild to moderate OSA may benefit from exercise
187 Consumers more likely to identify healthy food using traffic light nutrition labels
188 New analysis shows 'hobbits' couldn't hustle
189 Superior entrepreneurial performance is not driven by technical knowledge
190 Why policy changes during Obama presidency will be more significant than during Clinton, Reagan eras
191 'The world's oldest manufactured beads' are older than previously thought
192 Uncovering secrets from beyond the grave
193 Gadgets: Upgrade, don't trash your old iPod
194 Amazon seeks more paths for sales with new Kindle
195 Low-cost process produces natural gas from algae
196 Device targets mosquitoes with deadly nectar
197 New Study: Home Energy Savings Are Made in the Shade