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1 5 Tips for Nabbing Tech on the Cheap
2 How to Sell Your Body for Cash (Legally)
3 'Brain Bucket' Can See Into Your Brain
4 EXCERPT: 'How Sex Works'
5 Safety--or Swine Flu Follies?
6 Mexico to Decide on Swine Flu Shutdowns as Warnings Ease
7 Dingoes may be a native's best friend
8 Mushrooms may yield vitamin D bonanza
9 Spacecraft reveals Mercury's inner planet
10 Australia delays emissions scheme
11 Agency denies internet spy plans
12 Surveillance fears for the UK
13 Mexico to begin lifting flu curbs
14 Court grants teen breast removal
15 Immune fault 'link' to narcolepsy
16 Fathers' depression 'harms young'
17 Brazil health cameras irk staff
18 Raising awareness of colon disease
19 Can Taking Tamiflu Unnecessarily Hurt You?
20 An Unforgettable Tale Of Amnesia
21 Mexico To Reopen Most Businesses
22 Queens School At Flu Epicenter Reopens
23 H1N1 Spreading Deeper In Americas, Europe
24 What Foretells A Pandemic?
25 Artificial Sweetener Wars Heat Up
26 Texting While Driving Kills Virtual Pedestrians
27 Old Age More Miserable for Women
28 Global Warming's Big Image Problem
29 Zoos help track spread of pandemics
30 Dark matter 'highway' funnels gas into galactic pileup
31 Cubist kitchen could stem gadget invasion
32 Bear tapping: A bile business
33 How to map the multiverse
34 Bacteria take fantastic voyage through bloodstream
35 Glowing band aid to zap skin cancer
36 Brain scan studies busted by statistics
37 Unknown internet 5: Is there only one internet?
38 Chromosome clue to human miscarriage
39 Payments to doctors 'should be posted online'
40 Unknown internet 4: Did the credit crunch hit the web?
41 Why tweeters should beware of worms
42 Climate sceptic backs carbon study
43 Did asbestos help life evolve?
44 Beating the science cheats
45 Robotic wheelchair controlled by thought alone
46 Nearby asteroid found orbiting sun backwards
47 Super-Sensors to Measure 'Signature' of Inflationary Universe
48 Long-Term Potentiation in the Olfactory Bulb
49 Psyched Out by Stereotypes: Research Suggests Thinking About the Positive
50 Low Cost, Dexterous Robotic Hand Operated by Compressed Air
51 Crop Models Help Increase Yield Per Unit of Water Used
52 Food Security: It Starts with Seed
53 Earth Still Recovering From A Glacial Hangover
54 Human Brain Can Recognize Objects Much Faster Than Some Have Thought
55 Birds Raised In Complete Isolation Evolve 'Normal' Species Song Over Generations
56 Climate Change: Halving Carbon Dioxide Emissions By 2050 Could Stabilize Global Warming
57 Dolphins Maintain Round-the-clock Visual Vigilance
58 Missing Planets Attest To Destructive Power Of Stars' Tides
59 Dietary Fats Trigger Long-term Memory Formation
60 World's Fastest Camera Relies On Entirely New Type Of Imaging
61 African Genetics Study Revealing Origins, Migration And 'Startling Diversity' Of African Peoples
62 'Invisibility Cloak' Successfully Hides Objects Placed Under It
63 Urine Screening Test May One Day Predict Coronary Artery Disease
64 Matrix Protein Key To Fighting Viruses
65 DNA Barcoding Of Mosquito Species Deployed In Bid To End Elephantiasis
66 Students Make Atari Games Look Like Atari Again
67 Caffeine Withdrawal Headache Explained: Your Brain On--And Off--Caffeine
68 Potential Preventative Therapy For Type 1 Diabetes
69 Suppressor Of Cytokine Signaling (SOCS)-1 Inhibits Prostate Cancer Growth
70 SPARC (Secreted Protein Acidic And Rich In Cysteine) In Kidney Disease
71 Pacifiers No Barrier To Breastfeeding Success
72 New Diagnostic Advance Seen For Head, Throat Cancer
73 Poor Sleep Quality Leads To Poorer Prognosis After Stroke
74 Parkinson's: Neurons Destroyed By Three Simultaneous Strikes
75 Food Science Students Invent Easy-To-Use Meat Seasoning
76 Oxytocin: Love Potion #1? Human Hormone Increases Positive Communication Between Couples
77 Dogs Are Aggressive If They Are Trained Badly
78 Simple Blood Test Proves Powerful Ally In The Fight Against Malaria
79 High School Teachers Influence Student Views Of Evolution & Creationism
80 New Technique For Modifying Plant Genes Developed
81 There's Money In Managing Manure When It's Done Right
82 How Mercury Emissions Reach Tuna And Other Seafood, And Why Mercury Contamination Is Likely To Worsen
83 Dinosaur-Bird Link: Ancient Proteins Preserved In Soft Tissue From 80 Million-Year-Old Hadrosaur
84 Dynamite Used To Reveal New Layer Of Dinosaur Fossils
85 Ancient Egypt Brought To Life With Virtual Model Of Historic Temple Complex
86 Tiny Differences In Our Genes Help Shed Light On The Big Picture Of Human History
87 Analysis Finds Strong Match Between Molecular, Fossil Data In Evolutionary Studies
88 Magnesium Detected In MESSENGER Flyby Of Mercury
89 Computer Hackers R.I.P.: Making Quantum Cryptography Practical
90 Storing A Lightning Bolt In Glass For Portable Power
91 Stopping Expensive 'Ice' Plugs In Oil Pipelines
92 'Self-healing' Polymer May Facilitate Recycling Of Hard-to-dispose Plastic
93 Catching The Lightwave: Nano-mechanical Sensors 'Wired' By Photonics
94 Atomic Physics Study Sets New Limits On Hypothetical New Particles
95 Shift In Computer Simulation Superiority
96 When Your Diet Needs a Band-Aid
97 A New Processing Scheme for Algae Biofuels
98 Sending Cell Phones into the Cloud
99 Turning Natural Gas Green
100 Better Detection of Lung Cancer
101 Cheaper Solar Concentrators
102 Geoscientist offers new evidence that meteorite did not wipe out dinosaurs
103 Stretchable Nanotube Films May Advance Medical Electronics
104 When atoms getting close: Shortest carbon-chlorine single bond detected
105 Scientists finding sink holes in Great Lakes
106 Study Finds that Styrofoam Increases Biodiesel Power Output
107 China triples wind power capacity goal: report
108 Swine flu goes person-to-pig; could it jump back?
109 Late motherhood boosts family lifespan
110 Memory grows less efficient very early in Alzheimer's disease
111 Austrian breakthrough in quantum cryptography: Record in the transmission of entangled photon pairs (Update)
112 Neuroscientists discover long-term potentiation in the olfactory bulb
113 Biologists find birdsong of isolates reverts to norm over several generations (w/Audio)
114 Nanotechnology holds promise for STD drug delivery
115 Ethanol test for Obama on climate change, science
116 Genetic study confirms the immune system's role in narcolepsy
117 Process controlling T cell growth and production identified
118 Small molecules might block mutant protein production in Huntington's disease
119 New and improved tomato analyzer
120 Social networking for terrorists
121 Hypothyroidism in women associated with liver cancer
122 Study: Patients with resolved hepatitis C likely still contagious
123 Food security: It starts with seed
124 Beaming solar energy to algae
125 WFU researchers are developing a cheaper way to make biodiesel
126 Children who view adult-targeted TV may become sexually active earlier in life
127 New insight into Alzheimer's disease pathology
128 Stopgap DNA repair needs a second step
129 White blood cells move like millipedes, scientists show
130 Electronic prescribing systems boost efficiency, may lead to improved quality of care
131 Study shows texting while driving can be deadly
132 Seismic recordings of rockfall a step toward early-warning system in Yosemite
133 Decreasing deer damage
134 Japan to start developing swine flu vaccine
135 Crop models help increase yield per unit of water used
136 Protecting fresh-cut produce
137 Fermi telescope explores high-energy 'space invaders'
138 First jaguar photo taken at Smithsonian Research Station in Panama
139 Scientists learn why the flu may turn deadly
140 Hospital volume inconsistent predictor of quality care
141 Injectable testosterone may provide effective male contraception