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1 Final frontier: Crowd sees spaceship launcher fly
2 Colder Climate Tied to Longer Animal Lives
3 Greenpeace: China power companies hurting climate
4 GM crop trials start again in Britain in 'secret': report
5 Monaco seeks global bluefin tuna trade ban
6 Total Amateurs Discover 'Green Pea' Galaxies
7 It's a day of farewells for 2 space crews
8 Giant pandas at further risk after Sichuan quake: study
9 EU gives final OK to seal product ban
10 Oldest Animal Fossils Found in Lakes, Not Oceans
11 Coming Soon--Stem-Cell Surgical Thread?
12 First stem cell transplant on Chilean leukemia patient
13 British-Russian oil major's profits plunge 57%
14 US, China upbeat on climate treaty: US envoy
15 Sleeping in Space is Easy, But There's No Shower
16 India to unveil 20GW solar target under climate plan
17 Huge tunnel to be built under San Francisco Bay
18 Unhooking the Obesity-Diabetes Connection
19 AP-GfK Poll: Parents like school swine flu shots
20 High-Salt Diet Dampens Effects of Blood Pressure Drugs
21 Nearly 10 percent of health spending for obesity
22 Obesity costs U.S. health system $147 billion: study
23 Pregnancy likely to be swine flu shot priority
24 Save Swine Flu Drugs for Younger Patients, Study Urges
25 Most Not Worried by Delayed Prostate Cancer Therapy
26 Men Who Have Prostate Cancer Surgery Do Well
27 More Dairy, Calcium in Childhood Could Mean Longer Life
28 Researchers: Zimbabwe's crisis driving HIV decline
29 Tight Management of Type 1 Diabetes Worth the Effort
30 Radiation Plus Chemo a Good Option in Lung Cancer
31 Phelps faces big challenge at worlds in 200 free
32 Julia Child kitchen at Smithsonian gets new items
33 Hawaii again declares Obama birth certificate real
34 Debate over of testing breast tissue density
35 Oakland port program to clean up trucks, air
36 Blue Food Dye Treats Spine Injury in Rats
37 Exclusive Interview: Pirate on When to Negotiate, Kill Hostages
38 Photo: Docked Space Shuttle and Station Cross the Sun
39 The Future of Cyber Security: Hackers Have Grown Up
40 The Future of Cyber Security: What Are the Rules of Engagement?
41 Manage Your Facebook Friends
42 How an Apple Tablet Could Pit iTunes Against
43 Flying Buggy Goes From Highway to Jungle in No Time
44 Sneak Peek! Nissan's New Electric Hatchback
45 Hotseat: The Creator of Facebook's Most Annoying App Explains Himself
46 N/A
47 Ask a Flowchart: How Do I Make a Single-Serving Site?
48 Genome Engineering Goes High Speed
49 Commando Subs Sending Drones, Robo-Torpedos into Combat
50 Nathan Sawaya's The Art of the Brick Showcases Fantastic LEGO Sculptures
51 100 More Geeky Places to Visit With Your Family, Any Time of the Year
52 Cheaper Geothermal
53 Protein Treatment Repairs Heart Damage
54 A Contest to Train Cyber Combatants
55 Pig Cells Treat Diabetes Patients
56 A Biofuel Process to Replace All Fossil Fuels
57 A Vaccine for Colon Cancer
58 Radiation Therapy for Moving Targets
59 Device Tracks How You're Sleeping
60 Cheaper Solar Thermal Power
61 Glimmer of Hope for Threatened Tigers
62 Healthcare Systems: U.S. vs. Japan
63 Colder Climate Tied to Longer Animal Lives
64 Yawn Detector Would Warn Sleepy Drivers
65 Brain's Potential Explained by Big New Idea
66 Why We Get Lost in Books
67 PHOTOS: Blue Rats Move Again After Food-Dye Injection
68 Monkey Mind-Controls Robot Arm
69 Millions of U.S. Turtles Consumed in China Annually
70 Ray of hope in dark-matter hunt
71 European body told to cut free
72 Germany outlines synthetic biology strategy
73 African disease labs to get health check
74 UK universities urged to build more industry links
75 DNA barcodes for plants a step closer
76 US puts flu vaccines on trial
77 Italy introduces performance-related funding
78 Migrating red crabs driven by sugar rush
79 Nerve cells have natural resistance to HIV
80 Painkillers are about to get safer
81 Scary music is spookier with eyes shut
82 Perils of the professional lab rat
83 Comets, not asteroids, to blame for moon's scarred face
84 Electronic tags track roaming hospital equipment
85 In search of the perfect mouse trap
86 Smart machines: What's the worst that could happen?
87 Light brings lakes to life
88 Fertile Crescent 'will disappear this century'
89 Is Pluto a planet after all?
90 Lazy gene favours adventurous choices
91 Last chance to save the gorilla
92 Hotter weather fed growth of Incan empire
93 Transparent metal hints at nature of planets' cores
94 Evolution machine speeds up search for better bugs
95 Plants get a boost from love hormone
96 Race is on for space-junk alarm system
97 Falling out of love with market myths
98 An 'Eye Catching' Vision Discovery
99 Researchers Team Up to Provide New Hope for Childhood Hunger
100 Spallation Neutron Source Sees First Target Replacement
101 Statistics Help Tell Evolutionary Tale
102 If You're Happy, Then We Know It
103 El Nino, La Nina Happened in Eastern U.S. Earlier Than Previously Thought
104 All-In-One Nanoparticle: A Swiss Army Knife for Nanomedicine
105 After Dinosaurs, Mammals Rise but Their Genomes Get Smaller
106 Warmer Conditions Mean Shorter Lives for Cold-Blooded Animals
107 Game Utilizes Human Intuition to Help Computers Solve Complex Problems
108 Physicists Propose a Method to Observe Dirac Monopoles
109 Icy exposure creates armored polymer high tech foams
110 Maternal, paternal genes' tug-of-war may last well into childhood
111 Hydrocarbons in the deep Earth?
112 Transparent aluminium is 'new state of matter'
113 Why retroviruses such as HIV love their neighbors
114 There is more to bats' vision than meets the eye
115 Under a cloud--darkness linked to 'brain drain' in depressed people
116 Final frontier: Crowd sees spaceship launcher fly
117 Study finds patent systems may discourage innovation
118 Rethinking Brownian motion with the 'Emperor's New Clothes'
119 Earliest animals lived in a lake environment, research shows
120 Video shows nanotube spins as it grows (w/ Videos)
121 Nanodiamonds deliver insulin for wound healing
122 Galaxy Zoo Hunters Help Astronomers Discover Rare 'Green Pea' Galaxies
123 Jade sheds light on Guatemala's geologic history
124 New supercomputer to reel in answers to some of Earth's problems (w/ Video)
125 Mines could provide geothermal energy
126 Barcodes for the rest of us: Tiny labels could pack lots of information (w/ Video)
127 Iron-binding drug could help diabetics heal stubborn wounds
128 After dinosaurs, mammals rise but their genomes get smaller
129 University has grand designs to build a house of straw (w/ Video)
130 Common food dye may hold promise in treating spinal cord injury
131 How the pathology of Parkinson's disease spreads
132 All-in-one nanoparticle: A Swiss Army knife for nanomedicine
133 Comprehensive look at rare leukemia finds relatively few genetic changes launch disease
134 Curcumin May be Viable Supplement to Treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease
135 When did humans return after last Ice Age?
136 Orangutans unique in movement through tree tops
137 Game utilizes human intuition to help computers solve complex problems
138 Warmer environment means shorter lives for cold-blooded animals
139 Americans need lifestyle change to fight the fat: experts
140 'Corrective genes' closer thanks to enzyme modification
141 Pregnancy likely to be swine flu shot priority
142 Extinction crisis looms in Oceania: study
143 Study sheds light on squirrel psychology
144 Common household pesticides linked to childhood cancer cases in Washington area
145 Researchers uncover one force behind the MYC oncogene in many cancers
146 Lawyer defends song swapper in Mass. download case
147 Microbes and their hosts--exploring the complexity of symbiosis in DNA and cell biology
148 Extinct rodent species discovered
149 Natural born killers--how the body's frontline immune cells decide which cells to destroy
150 Researchers study program to help older adults transition from hospital to home
151 Study: Cigarette packaging still misleading consumers over health hazards
152 Chicago team uses artificial intelligence to diagnose metastatic cancer
153 High calcium level in arteries may signal serious heart attack risk
154 A yeast cancer model for mapping cancer genes
155 How the carrot approach facilitates learning
156 Taser unveils multi-shot stun gun
157 Stress signals link pre-existing sickness with susceptibility to bacterial infection
158 China to ban violent online games
159 Columbia Researchers Lead Race to Find Dark Matter
160 Researchers warn: 'Antivirals might be wasted on the elderly'
161 Space tourism port to be sited in Abu Dhabi
162 Large Area Telescope explores high-energy particles
163 The Mighty Mississippi Basin and Gulf Suffocating: Inertia Not An Option
164 Free Spirit: Longer Rover Tests Beginning
165 New predictions for sea level rise
166 NASA patches air-purifying system on space station
167 Apple to unveil tablet computer: reports
168 Top designers in your own home?
169 Apple, labels work on album 'Cocktail'
170 Trial set to begin in Mass. music downloading case
171 New method uses electrolyzed water for more efficient fuel production
172 Navigating in the ocean of molecules
173 Researchers capture bacterial infection on film (w/ Video)
174 Rare Angolan antelope tracked by research team
175 Researchers push for standard DNA barcodes for plants
176 Researchers soak up stem cell potential
177 Late-blight fungus ruining crops in 13 states
178 Placenta-derived stem cells may help sufferers of lung diseases
179 121 breeding tigers estimated to be found in Nepal
180 Disease threat may change how frogs mate
181 Sichuan earthquake caused significant damage to giant panda habitat
182 GM crop trials start again in Britain in 'secret': report
183 Humans lend a hand to critically endangered waterbird
184 Tiny early-stage ovarian tumors define early detection challenge
185 Infiltrating blood-derived macrophages play a role in recovery from spinal cord injury in mice
186 Study: Newspapers located closer to the Mexican border slant news coverage of immigration