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1 New net timer could save sea turtles from drowning
2 Big particle collider restart delayed till October
3 THE INFLUENCE GAME: Excuse me! Lobby wins on burps
4 Nigeria rebels claim attack on third Shell facility
5 Vinegar Might Fight Fat
6 Norwegian oil refinery aims for change
7 Couple floats into zero gravity nuptials
8 Genes May Raise Risk of Neuroblastoma in Kids
9 US swine flu cases now exceed 21,000; 87 deaths
10 Whale meat trade increases, despite ban
11 A 'Flying Launch Pad' Cruises New Mexico Skies
12 Next Mars Rover Gets Huge Heat Shield
13 US exports to Iran up in Obama's first months
14 Baucus, White House in deal with drug industry
15 Nestle recalls all refrigerated Toll House dough
16 Calif regulators find pot smoke causes cancer
17 Vt. farmers cut cows' emissions by altering diets
18 Green tea could delay prostate cancer: U.S. study
19 Asthma Drugs Get 'Precaution' Labeling for Possible Psychiatric Side Effects
20 Wish Fulfillment? No. But Dreams (and Sleep) Have Meaning
21 Toilet Training Goes High Tech
22 Viagra sold at local chemists
23 AMA objects to calling obesity a disability
24 Snuff Lures Tobacco Fiends With Whiff of Exotic History
25 Gallery: Antique Windmills Go About Their Daily Snuff Grind
26 FCC to Examine Mobile Phone Exclusives
27 Jobs Had Liver [Updated]
28 Eclectic Method Remixes the Future of Open Video
29 Tweet Me to the Moon, Let Me Play Among the Nerds
30 Old People May Be Immune to Swine Flu
31 How Science Fiction Writers Can Help, or Hurt, Homeland Security
32 Facebook, Google Go Persian, Aiding Iran's Activists
33 Breaking: iPhone 3GS Camera Doesn't Suck
34 Gallery: iPhone 3GS Teardowns Reveal Underclocked CPU, More
35 TomTom Go Live 740
36 The Geek Atlas Shows You Where, and How
37 Flip Has Little Chance In An iPhone World: TechCrunch
38 Technology Review: Wikipedia Gets Ready for a Video Upgrade
39 New York City Gets Its Geek On At The World Science Festival
40 Apollo astronaut Aldrin urges US to land on Mars
41 TerraSAR-X Passes Two Year Mark
42 Meteorite Grains Divulge Earth's Cosmic Roots
43 Bringing Light To The Moon's Dark Craters
44 Hughes To Launch 100 Gbps High Throughput Satellite In 2012
45 European Satellites Probe A New Magnetar
46 Professor Prepares For America's Return To The Moon
47 ESA Signs High Thrust Engine Demonstrator Contract For Next Gen. Launcher
48 Aerojet Tests Upgraded Block C Solid Rocket Motor Case For Atlas V
49 IBEX Detects Fast Neutral Hydrogen From The Moon
50 Spirit Observes Its Surroundings At Troy
51 Giant Eruption Reveals 'Dead' Star
52 First Wolverine Seen in State Since 1919
53 This pile of rocks was once the seat of kings
54 Konark sun temple condition deteriorating
55 Egyptian tells Berlin paper he'll 'prove' Nefertiti was stolen
56 British scientists explore Sharjah mountains
57 Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History Publishes 3D Models of Teotihuacan
58 Etching could be first example of art in Americas
59 Machu Picchu Is Mini Re-creation of a Mythic Landscape?
60 Basket Weaving May Have Taught Humans To Count
61 Archaeologists Discovered Roman Settlement in North-Eastern Bulgaria
62 Migration linked to toxin
63 Archaeologists battle mites to save 1,400-year-old city wall
64 Some scientists affirm early Native presence
65 Lost Aztec tomb lies under Mexico City
66 Italy: Archeological treasures found near Naples
67 Ancient tomb found in Machu Picchu archaeological park
68 1,700 Year Old Mosaic to be Re-Excavated
69 Early "Human" Is Ape After All, Discoverer Decides
70 Egyptian Archaeologists Discover 3,500-Year-Old Tomb in Luxor
71 Jornada Mogollon artifacts found at White Sands
72 Humans worked the Welsh hills 10,000 years ago
73 Getting By On Her Looks
74 UVa Archeology Dig Finds Ancient Indian Artifacts
75 Burnt City women outlived their men
76 Archaeologist investigating who built ancient chapel
77 Week in tech news: $1.92 million edition
78 Safety zone gives woylie the jump on predators
79 Evidence of ancient lake on Mars
80 Honey, I killed the superbug
81 Climate change is happening 'here, now': US report
82 Ice shelves stable over six years
83 Genes may help to solve MS riddle
84 Mysteries of an ancient computer
85 Aztec tomb may be find of generation
86 Owl's DNA revealed in the name of the feather
87 Gene links in criminal chain
88 Australian researchers unearth giant prehistoric elephant
89 Jellyfish joyride threatens oceans
90 Astronomer who found universe's number
91 Gecko's hi-tech forces gripping
92 Bowled over by a fragrance
93 Alpine range under ice
94 Stem cell firm axed in corporate cutback
95 A closer look at the heavens above
96 Spray blamed for new bird deaths
97 The Corpse Flowers of Sumatra
98 The Chappe Optical Telegraph
99 The Whistling Island of La Gomera
100 World's Rarest Insect found on Rocky Spire
101 Hummingbirds' superspeed dive bombs
102 The incredible "ear stones" of fish
103 Pixar Grants Dying Kid's Last Wish to See "Up"
104 Jantar Mantar
105 Ice Sheets Can Retreat 'In a Geologic Instant,' Study of Prehistoric Glacier Shows
106 The battle for CRTC2: How obesity increases the risk for diabetes
107 Fate in fly sensory organ precursor cells could explain human immune disorder
108 Transplant drug stimulates immune memory
109 DNA template could explain evolutionary shifts
110 A new weapon in the war against HIV-AIDS: Combined antiviral and targeted chemotherapy
111 Most endangered feline brought back from the brink
112 Large Hadron Collider restart delayed till October
113 Tibet drought worst in 30 years: Chinese state media
114 Redbox's machines take on Netflix's red envelopes
115 'Look Mom No Electricity': Transmitting Information with Chemistry
116 Nuclear fusion power project to start in 2018: official
117 Study: Tobacco companies changed design of cigarettes without alerting smokers
118 CO2 higher today than last 2.1 million years
119 Humans related to orangutans, not chimps
120 Vt. farmers cut cows' emissions by altering diets
121 Atrial fibrillation in endurance athletes still poses problems for sports cardiologists
122 New net timer could save sea turtles from drowning
123 Nortel to sell itself off in pieces
124 New technology enables high-speed data transfer
125 'Milking' microscopic algae could yield massive amounts of oil
126 Research explores interactions between nanomaterials, biological systems
127 Researchers achieve breakthrough in effort to develop tiny biological fuel cells
128 Scientists and public differ on views about nanotechnology regulation
129 Scientists report significant advances in flexible electronics research
130 Scientists reach milestone in study of emergent magnetism
131 Big impact from tiny semiconductor lasers (w/Video)
132 Ground zero in timber wars shows signs of peace
133 Uganda forests rapidly disappearing: study
134 Study advises Chinese government to change fuel in millions of households
135 Athletes, spectators faced unprecedented air pollution at 2008 Olympic Games
136 The mystery of particles
137 People think bottled water is healthy...sort of
138 Herschel's daring test: A glimpse of things to come
139 Study of agricultural watersheds and carbon losses
140 Cutting greenhouse gases could grow the economy
141 Ancient drought and rapid cooling drastically altered climate
142 Fertilizer industry finds its alternative energy: corncobs
143 Ocean current experts warn of risks if eastern Gulf is opened to drilling
144 New iPhone goes on sale with less drama
145 Autonomous robot detects shrapnel
146 AT&T relents on iPhone pricing for upgraders
147 Apple CEO gets liver transplant: report
148 US woman to pay 1.92 mln dlrs in music piracy case
149 Big fine could be big trouble in downloading case
150 US teens use smart phones for cheating: study
151 Google tricycle snaps views from Philly campus
152 3D printing for new tissues and organs
153 South Korea tops in broadband penetration: study
154 Human eye inspires advance in computer vision (w/Video)
155 Light sensor breakthrough could enhance digital cameras
156 Special effects outsourcing grows in India
157 Solar-powered safety: Road signs blink their warnings
158 Telling a story in 140 characters or less
159 Researchers observe single protein dimers wavering between two symmetrically opposed structures
160 New evidence that vinegar may be natural fat-fighter
161 Formation of the smallest droplet of acid
162 Plant communication: Sagebrush engage in self-recognition and warn of danger
163 Domestication of Capsicum annuum chile pepper provides insights into crop origin and evolution
164 BRIT1 allows DNA repair teams access to damaged sites
165 Norway, Japan prop up whaling industry with taxpayer money
166 Elephant-size loopholes sustain Thai ivory trade
167 New tracking approach will help protect polar bears
168 A water snake that predicts which way fish will turn when it attacks
169 Obama's own party worried health plan lacks votes
170 DNA template could explain evolutionary shifts
171 Australian stroke victim walks again--with help of botox
172 Calif regulators find pot smoke causes cancer
173 Got ear plugs? You may want to sport them on the subway and other mass transit
174 Many floors in U. S. homes have 'measurable' levels of pesticides
175 Mayo researchers: Dramatic outcomes in prostate cancer study
176 Just how friendly are those probiotics in your food?
177 Green tea may affect prostate cancer progression
178 Researchers explore how cells reconcile mixed messages in decisions about growth
179 New supplement may help slow sight loss in elderly
180 Malfunctioning gene is a cause of gout (w/Video)
181 Electric fish could spark healthcare innovation
182 The UK's 'taste dialects' defined for the first time