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1 'Molecular switch' could prevent Huntington's disease
2 Molecules and synapses cement memories, say scientists
3 Climate and humans: the long view
4 Fannie, Freddie Can Now Get Unlimited Aid
5 White Christmas in Florida Keys
6 Woman Who Toppled Pope Tried It Last Year
7 Dublin Bishops Quit in Sex Abuse Scandal
8 Final moments of bee landing tactics revealed
9 Columbia scientists discover 2 genes that drive aggressive brain cancers
10 Genetic study reveals the origins of cavity-causing bacteria
11 Glacier melt adds ancient edibles to marine buffet
12 Synergistic interaction enhances pathogenesis of Parkinson's disease
13 Subtle change dramatically reduces pathogenic potential of Huntington's protein
14 UCSB scientists discover how the brain encodes memories at a cellular level
15 A novel gene found for childhood-onset asthma
16 Yale researchers reveal secrets of duck sex: It's all screwed up
17 Scientists Chart Velocity of Climate Change
18 Opening new frontiers: First volume of microbial encyclopedia published
19 Climate change puts ecosystems on the run
20 Study shows a key protein helps control blood pressure
21 Encyclopedia of microbe genomes: Chapter 1
22 Research yields new agent for some drug-resistant non-small cell lung cancers
23 Switching off hunger hormone affects desire to drink
24 Mobilizing the repair squad: Critical protein helps mend damaged DNA
25 Citrus surprise: Vitamin C boosts the reprogramming of adult cells into stem cells
26 How does a locust walk a ladder? A lot like you
27 Molecular anchor links the 2 inheritable diseases Fanconi anemia and Bloom's syndrome
28 New tool in the fight against mosquito-borne disease: A microbial 'mosquito net'
29 UCLA scientists find molecular switch to prevent Huntington's disease in mice
30 Ladder-walking locusts show big brains aren't always best
31 Small changes in protein chemistry play large role in Huntington's disease
32 Bioengineered materials promote the growth of functional vasculature, new study shows
33 Genomes of identical twins reveal epigenetic changes that may play role in lupus
34 Caltech physicists propose quantum entanglement for motion of microscopic objects
35 Enhanced sweet taste: This is your tongue on pot
36 ASU scientists improve chip memory by stacking cells
37 From now on, 4 PTB primary atomic clocks will contribute to UTC
38 Formation of the Gulf of Corinth rift, Greece
39 Anemia drug not helpful for kidney disease patients
40 Got smell?
41 Brown dwarf pair mystifies astronomers
42 School classroom air may be more polluted with ultrafine particles than outdoor air
43 Chemistry makes the natural 'wonder fabric'--wool--more wonderful
44 An inexpensive 'dipstick' test for pesticides in foods
45 Spider web glue spins society toward new biobased adhesives
46 New strain of MRSA poses antibiotic resistance concerns
47 Nanoscale changes in collagen are a tipoff to bone health
48 Novel Nanotechnology Heals Abscesses Caused by Resistant Staph Bacteria
49 Scientists create world's first molecular transistor
50 Stellar mosh pit, complete with crashing stars, resolves a mystery
51 New insights into mushroom-derived drug promising for cancer treatment
52 An Easy Way to See the World's Thinnest Material
53 Phragmites partners with microbes to plot native plants' demise
54 Anti-inflammatory drugs (coxibs) interfere with aspirin's clotting ability--Ben-Gurion U.
55 Researchers find new patterns in H1N1 deaths
56 Pollution linked to hospitalizations for pneumonia in older adults
57 Alzheimer's disease may protect against cancer and vice versa
58 Genomic toggle switches divide autoimmune diseases into distinct clusters, Stanford study shows
59 Physician-assisted suicide: A perspective from advocates for people with disability
60 News brief: Knockdown of E2F1 reduces invasive potential of melanoma cells
61 Air pollution linked to hospitalizations for pneumonia in seniors
62 Stanford scientists identify protein that keeps stem cells poised for action
63 'Self-seeding' of cancer cells may play a critical role in tumor progression
64 Modern tests demonstrate soundness of old iron bridge
65 Ski Runs Are Not Created Equal
66 Best go digital in a pandemic
67 System developed to detect plastic anti-personnel mines
68 Water cycle conference makes a big splash
69 Adding a Genetic Supertool
70 How do you improve mammogram accuracy? Add noise
71 Do computers understand art?
72 Understanding interaction in virtual worlds
73 Brain training can help improve specific abilities in older people
74 Apple up sharply on tablet computer reports
75 New tool in the fight against mosquito-borne disease: A microbial 'mosquito net'
76 Global warming likely to be amplified by slow changes to Earth systems
77 Physicists propose quantum entanglement for motion of microscopic objects
78 Scientists discover how the brain encodes memories at a cellular level
79 Panasonic plans home-use storage cell
80 Glacier melt adds ancient edibles to marine buffet
81 New materials designed to deal with hypersonic and supersonic hot stuff (w/ Video)
82 Court bans sale of Word; Microsoft promises fix
83 LG Display claims world's thinnest TV panel
84 Researcher explains mystery of golden ratio
85 More precise measurements of the W boson
86 Tracing the traces: Nanogram concentrations of a toxic compound detected in chlorinated tap water
87 Tiny nano-electromagnets turn a cloak of invisibility into a possibility
88 New Yorkers beware! New cockroach hits the Big Apple
89 Motorized knee can make you run faster
90 First Jesus-era house discovered in Nazareth
91 Potatoes, algae replace oil in US company's plastics
92 War-torn 'nursery' hopes to send monkeys to Mars
93 Fossil shelved for a century reworks carnivore family tree
94 Citrus surprise: Vitamin C boosts the reprogramming of adult cells into stem cells
95 Scientists create world's first molecular transistor
96 An easy way to see the world's thinnest material
97 Novel nanotechnology heals abscesses caused by resistant staph bacteria
98 The next medical frontier: nano-surgery
99 Faster, cheaper DNA sequencing method developed
100 Digital Quantum Battery Could Boost Energy Density Tenfold
101 Swimming Bacteria Could Become Model for Micromachines
102 Next generation lens promises more control
103 Fuel spill at same Alaska reef as Exxon Valdez
104 China defends role at Copenhagen
105 Iran to unveil new home-built satellite: report
106 Sun and moon trigger deep tremors on San Andreas Fault
107 Filipino troops try to keep volcano evacuees safe
108 Disproportionate effects of global warming and pollution on disadvantaged communities
109 Astronomers discover 'tilted planets'
110 Volcanic Quakes Help Forecast Eruptions
111 Titan's lakes could be explored by boat
112 Shallow Origins
113 Formation of the Gulf of Corinth rift, Greece
114 Most of 47,000 Filipinos safe from raging volcano
115 Housing growth near national parks may limit conservation value
116 School classroom air may be more polluted with ultrafine particles than outdoor air
117 Feds mull regulating drugs in water
118 Polluting pets: the devastating impact of man's best friend
119 Cornellians build computer climate-change model
120 Controlling the TV with a wave of the hand
121 Canadian police consider GPS for people with Alzheimer's
122 College asks students to power down, contemplate
123 Twitter buys Mixer Labs to map tweeting locations
124 BlackBerry e-mail restored for some after outage
125 Samsung pays in dispute over Kodak camera patents
126 Do computers understand art?
127 Stocking stuffer: Card good for eye, dental visit
128 Immersive Game System Allows Physical Interaction Between Players
129 Glitter-sized solar photovoltaics produce competitive results
130 Hardware-accelerated global illumination by image space photon mapping
131 Social networking changing the way we travel
132 Report: FBI probes hacker attack on Citigroup
133 Efficient new wireless system can save 10 percent of bandwidth
134 NREL Evaluates UPS Hybrid-Electric Van Performance
135 Researchers develop revolutionary technology for manufacturing micro-scale devices
136 Adjusting acidity with impunity
137 Method makes refineries more efficient
138 Chemical energy influences tiny vibrations of red blood cell membranes
139 Dental delight! Tooth of sea urchin shows formation of biominerals
140 Making New Enzymes to Engineer Plants for Biofuel Production
141 Molecular freight: Synthetic nanoscale transport system modeled on nature
142 Egg Processing Plant Carts Can Harbor Bacteria
143 Hot Water Treatment Eliminates Rhizoctonia from Azalea Cuttings
144 First volume of microbial encyclopedia published
145 Phragmites partners with microbes to plot native plants' demise
146 Turtles' Christmas journey tracked by scientists
147 Hatchery-raised salmon too crowded
148 Whiskers hold secrets of invasive minks
149 Meddling in mosquitoes' sex lives could help stop the spread of malaria, says study
150 Sniffing out clues to dogs' compulsive behavior
151 Seeing how evolutionary mechanisms yield biological diversity
152 Mystery solved: Scientists now know how smallpox kills
153 Study sheds light on microscopic flower petal ridges
154 Fungal footage fosters foresight into plant, animal disease (w/ Video)
155 Mexico's conch shells yield clues into effects of warming
156 How flu succeeds: Investigators identify host factors that help multiple influenza strains thrive
157 New compounds may control deadly fungal infections
158 Kew botanists discover more than 250 new plant species in 250th anniversary year
159 US Senate votes on landmark health bill
160 'Self-seeding' of cancer cells may play a critical role in tumor progression
161 Physician-assisted suicide: A perspective from advocates for people with disability
162 Genomic toggle switches divide autoimmune diseases into distinct clusters
163 Scientists discover 2 genes that drive aggressive brain cancers
164 Britain bans 'legal high' drugs
165 Genomic differences identified in common skin diseases
166 Broken genomes behind breast cancers
167 Research yields new agent for some drug-resistant non-small cell lung cancers
168 Study shows a key protein helps control blood pressure
169 First adhere, then detach and glide forward
170 Adverse consequences of obesity may be greater than previously thought
171 Study: Swine flu poses a threat to new moms
172 Knockdown of E2F1 reduces invasive potential of melanoma cells
173 Birds Play an Important Role in the Spread of Lyme Disease
174 New insights into mushroom-derived drug promising for cancer treatment
175 Soil studies reveal rise in antibiotic resistance
176 Marketing Researcher Takes on Human Decision Making Process
177 American scriptwriters increasingly incorporating Spanish in their dialogues
178 UNL research aims to understand homelessness among women
179 Teenagers use violence to boost their social standing
180 Probing Question: What are the origins of skiing?
181 Police service faces unprecedented challenges amid global recession
182 Financial instruments could be spiked with unfindable risks
183 Banks and bailouts: Playing politics?
184 Poisonous prehistoric 'raptor' discovered in China
185 Foot binding and a biological approach to the study of Chinese culture
186 Ancient Pacific islanders brought to light
187 Scientists retrieve Caravaggio's presumed remains
188 Temp workers not stuck in jobs and earn more than regular employees
189 The world's next economic hot spot?
190 Loud and lazy but didn't chew gum: Ancient koalas
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