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1 Fast-growing kelp invades San Francisco Bay
2 Mysterious tremors detected on San Andreas Fault
3 Obama, pope meet on abortion, Mideast peace
4 Americans favor science, but less than before
5 Whale and dolphins washed up on Senegal coast: WWF
6 Congress Needs A Read-The-Bill Bill
7 Obama tells pope he wants to reduce abortions in U.S.
8 Lawmakers eye more tax breaks for natural gas cars
9 Report: NKorean army suspected over cyberattacks
10 Obama rejects 2nd stimulus: Give recovery time
11 FDA clears Eli Lilly's blood thinner Effient
12 Sanofi recalls three cough mixtures in France
13 Can Language Skills Ward Off Alzheimer's Disease?
14 Breast cancer screening may fuel over-diagnosis
15 Health Tip: Easing Earache Pain
16 Economic crisis hurts HIV fight: World Bank, UN
17 100 Essential Skills for Geeks
18 To Run Better, Start by Ditching Your Nikes
19 Verizon Leads, AT&T Runs Last in's 3G Speed Test
20 World's First Self-Irrigating Desert Plant Discovered
21 Plastic Gorilla Feet Give You Twinkle Toes
22 5 Auto Atrocities To Throw Down a Black Hole
23 Air Force Eyes Purple Bacteria to Power Drones
24 Bush's Secret NSA Spying May Have Tainted Prosecutions, Report Warns
25 Robot Teaches Itself to Smile
26 Lawmaker Wants 'Show of Force' Against North Korea for Website Attacks
27 Silverlight 3 Arrives, Brings Smoother Video, Better Web Apps
28 London's Iconic Red Buses Go Green
29 Quest for Fire: Look for Searing FX on the Next Harry Potter
30 Taser Releases Safety Tests for Shocking New Shotgun (Updated)
31 The Next Hacking Frontier: Your Brain?
32 Newborn Brain Cells Improve Our Ability To Navigate Our Environment
33 Robot Learns To Smile And Frown
34 Map Of Your Brain May Reveal Early Mental Illness
35 Humans May Give Swine Flu To Pigs In New Twist To Pandemic
36 New Kind Of Astronomical Object Around Black Hole: Living Fossil Records 'Supermassive' Kick
37 Nanopillars Promise Cheap, Efficient, Flexible Solar Cells
38 Reduced Diet Thwarts Aging, Disease In Monkeys
39 Methane-eating Microbes Can Use Iron And Manganese Oxides To 'Breathe'
40 Simulations Illuminate Universe's First Twin Stars
41 'Hotspots' Of Human Impact On Coastal Areas Ranked
42 Key Protein Can Help Cells Or Cause Cancer
43 On Malaria Struggle, Baboons And Humans Have Similar Stories To Tell
44 First 16-patient, Multicenter 'Domino Donor' Kidney Transplant
45 Inexpensive Solar Cells: Low-cost Solution Processing Method Developed For CIGS-based Solar Cells
46 Potential Patient Safety Risks Among Methadone Maintenance Treatment Patients
47 Patients With Moderate To Severe Periodontitis Need Evaluation For Heart Disease Risk
48 Possible Benefit From Online Genetic Testing For Lung Cancer
49 Dry Mouth Linked To Prescription And Over The Counter Drugs
50 Scientists Solve Mystery About Why HIV Patients Are More Susceptible To TB Infection
51 Potential Fix For Damaged Knees Identified
52 Most Neuropsychological Tests Don't Tell Alzheimer's Disease From Vascular Dementia, Study Finds
53 A Biomarker For Anorexia?
54 Link Between Migraines And Reduced Breast Cancer Risk Confirmed In Follow-up Study
55 Doctor's Compassion May Help Cure Colds Faster
56 Withdrawal Syndrome After Consumption Of Designer Drug 'Spice Gold'
57 Digging In Beach Sand Increases Risk Of Gastrointestinal Illness
58 Cellphone TV? Viewing Photos And Video On Cell Phone Made Easier With New Mini Beamer
59 Evolution Guides Cooperative Turn-taking, Game Theory-based Computer Simulations Show
60 Fathers Spend More Time With Children Who Resemble Them, Study Suggests
61 Magnetic Brain Stimulation Improves Skill Learning, Study Finds
62 New Electron Microscopy Images Reveal The Assembly Of HIV
63 Fruit And Vegetable Intake In Pregnant Women Reduces Risk Of Upper Respiratory Tract Infection
64 Stem Cells' 'Suspended' State Preserved By Key Step, Scientists Report
65 Hearing Manipulated By Electronics
66 Attractive Males Release Fewer Sperm
67 Ozone, Nitrogen Change The Way Rising Carbon Dioxide Affects Earth's Water
68 Straighten Up And Fly Right: Moths Benefit More From Flexible Wings Than Rigid
69 Prairie Dogs: Influencing The Accumulation Of Metals In Plants?
70 2000-year-old Statue Of An Athlete Sheds Light On Corrosion And Other Modern Challenges
71 Media Tend To Doomsay When Addressing Environmental Issues
72 Obsidian 'Trail' Provides Clues To How Humans Settled, Interacted In Kuril Islands
73 Explosive Growth Of Life On Earth Fueled By Early Greening Of Planet
74 Domestication Of Chile Pepper Provides Insights Into Crop Origin And Evolution
75 Mummified Dinosaur Skin Yields Up New Secrets
76 Underground Cave Dating From The Year 1 A.D. Exposed In Jordan Valley
77 Better Looks At Mars Minerals For Instrument On NASA's Mars Odyssey Orbiter
78 Antimatter Positrons Explain Gamma Ray Mystery In Milky Way Galaxy
79 Giant Supernovae Farthest Ever Detected: Dying Stars Shed Light On Universe Formation 11 Billion Years Ago
80 'Normal' Cells Far From Cancer Give Nanosignals Of Trouble
81 Experts Call For Local And Regional Control Of Sites For Radioactive Waste
82 Faster, More Cost-effective DNA Test For Crime Scenes, Disease Diagnosis
83 New Way To Make Sensors That Detect Toxic Chemicals
84 Contaminated Site Remediation: Are Nanomaterials The Answer?
85 Treating Lazy Eyes With A Joystick
86 One-stop Shop For Grid Computing
87 NuTeV Anomaly Helps Shed Light On Physics Of The Nucleus
88 Photography: Blur's Noise And Distortion Reversed
89 Painstaking Search For Quotes In Television Programs Comes To An End
90 China to send first woman into space: state media
91 US Space Program Should Align With Broader National Goals
92 Simulations Illuminate Universe's First Twin Stars
93 Galileo's Notebooks May Reveal Secrets Of New Planet
94 Roundworms Could Pioneer Space For Human Astronauts
95 NASA: Spirit still stuck in martian sand
96 New McDonald Observatory Instrument Revolutionizes Galaxy Studies
97 Space Foundation Publishes Apollo 11 Recollections
98 Star Clusters Point To Black Holes Ejected From Host Galaxies
99 More Trash Talk
100 Orbital To Build New Space Science Satellite To Study X-Ray Polarization
101 Moonship Photographed By Backyard Astronomers
102 A Galaxy Collision In Action
103 A Galaxy Collision in Action
104 New Portrait Of Omega Nebula's Glistening Watercolours
105 Twin Stars Form Solar System
106 Ice Shouldn't Stop Dune Movement On Mars Or Earth
107 Longevity pill on the horizon?
108 New technique can fast-track better ionic liquids for biomass pre-treatments
109 Tailoring surgical glues for specific applications
110 Moonship Photographed by Backyard Astronomers
111 New historic finds help paint picture of lime workers' lives
112 Environmental manganese good in trace amounts but can correlate to cancer rates
113 Laughter Differs In Children With Autism
114 Blood vessel bends and branches put the brakes on statins
115 Social networking aggregator sues Facebook
116 Physical reality of string theory demonstrated
117 Synthetic Tree Captures Carbon 1,000 Faster Than Real Trees
118 Transform a ball into a rock--or make it invisible--using transformation optics
119 Google's operating system escalates Microsoft duel (Update)
120 Down Under dinosaur burrow discovery provides climate change clues (w/ Video)
121 Scientists identify enzyme important in aging
122 Rosetta Stone sues Google over trademark
123 French paper goes global, risks ridicule with translation
124 Fast-growing kelp invades San Francisco Bay
125 Living fossils hold record of 'supermassive' kick
126 Global warming impacting Greenlanders' daily lives
127 'El Nino' arrives in Pacific for a months-long stay
128 Tremors on southern San Andreas Fault may mean increased quake risk
129 Astrophysicists solve mystery in Milky Way galaxy
130 Methane-eating microbes can use iron and manganese oxides to 'breathe'
131 A Galaxy Collision in Action
132 Galileo's notebooks may reveal secrets of new planet
133 Arctic climate under greenhouse conditions in the Late Cretaceous
134 New study ranks 'hotspots' of human impact on coastal areas
135 Ozone, nitrogen change the way rising CO2 affects Earth's water
136 Underwater exploration seeks evidence of early Americans
137 Low-cost online computer gaming surges in US
138 Tying up loose ends for a quantum leap
139 Google CEO: New operating system changes the game
140 German chipmaker Infineon unveils major capital increase
141 Guatemalan court rules in favor of tweet author
142 SKorea says attackers use IP address in 16 nations
143 See your photos in 3D on new website
144 Raptor: An Electric Car Nearly Anyone Would Want to Drive
145 Internet service providers not keeping up with user trends
146 When good computers go bad
147 A Matter of Density, Not Quantity: Individual Bacterial Cells are Capable of Quorum Sensing when Confined in Small Volum[e]
148 Green industrial lubricant developed
149 Heat-Transfer Material Could Allow More Powerful Radar Electronics
150 Handle with care: Telomeres resemble DNA fragile sites
151 Seals quickly respond to gain and loss of habitat under climate change
152 Sugarcane research aims to harvest green energy
153 Researchers stunned by inmates' success raising endangered frogs
154 Getting mosquitoes to kill their own
155 Beetle, fungus deliver one-two punch to black walnut trees
156 Study using structural MRI may help accurately diagnose dementia patients
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158 Ouch! Abrupt opioid withdrawal increases pain sensitivity
159 FDA clears Eli Lilly's blood thinner Effient
160 Chemicals found in fruit and veg offer dementia hope
161 Illustrious Jewish roots of Tory leader revealed
162 Losing sight of people in a crowd can spell disaster, warns new report
163 Scientific achievements less prominent than a decade ago
164 Steppe change: Mammoths roamed southern Spain