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1 Baby born from embryo frozen for 20 years
2 Quick return to action is now the bee's knees for arthritic patients
3 Fetus captured on film smiling at just 17 weeks
4 Militants target more NATO fuel tankers
5 Tailor-made living tissue is hot off the press
6 When worried people cope better, et al.
7 Alliance aims to assist those who want to die
8 Let's see real cost of care
9 Glucose link to IVF success
10 Lives blighted by an unhealthy mindset
11 Early detection offers cure for cancer
12 Cancer therapy kits spark debate
13 Energy-efficiency weather data 30 years old
14 First wife disputes cancer guru Ian Gawler's survival story
15 Charlie the smoking chimpanzee dies at 52
16 Trio shares Nobel Prize for Chemistry for 'art in test tube'
17 Forget mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, bystanders told
18 A glass a week won't hurt baby, new research shows
19 Clean kosher food a mainstream hit
20 Employers biggest losers from staff job strain
21 Catchy science titles, patchy knowledge in science curriculum
22 Vatican criticises Nobel's choice of Robert Edwards
23 'Atomic lattice' wins the Nobel Prize for Physics
24 Toxic sludge floods seven villages in Hungary
25 Experts question UK study which says light drinking in pregnancy is not harmful
26 Speed cameras cut deaths and injuries while reducing speeding by up to 65 per cent
27 Labor to 'very seriously' consider disabled reform
28 Student finds GPS bug on car, uploads photo, FBI demands to have their warrantless bug back
29 Sven Saw
30 Christian leader: Avoid yoga!
31 Digitally masking corporate logos in your home videos
32 Write or Be Written
33 Very tiny people moving pencil and scissors
34 HOWTO bake porridge in a pumpkin
35 Cape Wind awarded nation's first off-shore wind farm lease
36 Cape Wind backers blew right by cost
37 Two receive Nobel physics prize
38 Trio wins Nobel for developing key chemistry tool
39 Harvard casts a wide net for aid on diabetes
40 Hungarians brace for new toxic wave
41 UK pushes wind farms amid Britons' protests
42 What about IVF?
43 Space double: Astronaut twins to join up in orbit
44 US, China blame each other for slow climate talks
45 Toxicity of sludge in Danube drops
46 China highlights climate change efforts
47 Hungary plant was on a list of risky sites
48 Technician says BP decided against installing additional safety devices
49 Philadelphia to recycle trains' brake energy
50 Honey bees collapse caused by combination of virus and fungus, study reports
51 How Titan might be making DNA building blocks
52 Should we explore Mars with a robot airplane?
53 Quantum entanglement could lead to superfast computers
54 Dracula fish, lipstick gecko, 23-foot carnivorous plant, among new species discovered
55 Yellowstone Lake yields thriving colony of life at bottom
56 Nanotube yarn sweater? Made in China to stop speeding bullets
57 'Wonder material' graphene wins scientists 2010 Nobel Prize in physics
58 Space Shuttle Endeavour launch held up by space traffic jam
59 Konstantin Novoselov and Andre Geim get Nobel Prize for super-strong graphene
60 Gliese 581g: If there's life there, how will we know?
61 200 new species discovered in remote PNG
62 Test tube artists share Nobel chemistry prize
63 Mars probe to solve 'lost atmosphere' mystery
64 Graphene pioneers win Nobel Physics Prize
65 Ancient penguins not so well dressed
66 New way to generate human stem cells
67 Did Australian Aborigines reach America first?
68 GM silkworms to produce super spider silk
69 The 'Levytator:' A New Twist on the Escalator
70 Technology That Frees You Up to Be Distracted by More Technology
71 Gadget Mimics Heartbeats for Long-Distance Lovers
72 Nanotech Windows Change Tint With Weather
73 Need Directions? Pull My Finger
74 Alternative to X-Rays Uses Visible Light
75 New Kind of Uranium Could Power Your Car
76 Cars That Act as Mobile Traffic Reporters
77 Magic Powder Fuels Electric Bike
78 Beer Gets Boost with Microbrew
79 Butterflies Cure Themselves with Plants
80 The End of the World as We Know It?
81 'Mini-Pompeii' Found in Norway
82 Animals Said to Have Spiritual Experiences
83 Black Death Blamed on Bacteria
84 Life Raft Makes Sea Water Drinkable
85 Tooth Regeneration Gel Could Replace Painful Fillings
86 Gulf Coast caution: 'We know it's not over'
87 Carbon clean-up for aviation agreed; EU claims victory
88 EU to face one-million-strong petition against GM crops
89 Census of Marine Life: Not even the Jurassic shrimp could escape
90 Zoologists unlock the secret to a dog's movement
91 Wily red foxes making a comeback in Europe
92 50,000 switch off air-conditioners in Hong Kong campaign
93 Greater Mekong New Species Pictures
94 Experts sound alarm as corals show new spate of bleaching
95 Libyan domain shutdown no threat, insists
96 Adobe and Microsoft: an acquisition that wouldn't make sense for either side
97 Farewell to the fatsuit: the software that solves cinema's weighty issues
98 Microsoft: virus-infected computers should be quarantined
99 Lagging U.S. life expectancy ranking blamed on health system
100 Artificial white light may become eye-friendly
101 World money meltdown can start in surprising places, physicists say
102 From brain science, new questions about free will
103 Power-hungry image may hurt female, but not male politicians
104 Study seeks to show how acupuncture really works
105 Diversity within species may be as important as among them
106 Ingredients of life could form over Saturn moon: study
107 Neanderthals had feelings too, researchers say
108 Marine census shows ocean life "richer" than expected
109 Scientists explore whether some apes shake heads for "no"
110 Mostly-male book images may reduce girls' science scores
111 New anti-cancer strategy: make tumor cells age
112 Candidate "habitable" planet described as most promising yet
113 It seems we're all more human than average
114 Scientists learning how monkeys fend off "monkey AIDS"
115 Over a fifth of plant species may face extinction threat
116 Gorillas gave us malaria, researchers say
117 AIDS virus ancestor over 32,000 years old, study finds
118 Brain region linked to introspective thinking
119 UC Berkeley team helps study Mars' atmosphere
120 Spotlight focuses on PG&E inspections
121 Europa's Frigid Surface Could Be a Hot Spot of Chemistry
122 China and US blame each other in climate stand-off
123 Huge Asteroid Wrapped in Thick Dust Blanket
124 Trees planted for global climate campaign
125 Even Grown-Ups Need Security Blankets
126 Abu Dhabi shifts plans for $22B clean-energy city
127 US, China blame each other for slow climate talks
128 Superhero or Supervillain: Which Lurks Inside You?
129 New Comet Photos Show Icy Target for NASA Probe