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1 Particles Recovered from Hayabusa Aren't Just Dust, Could Contain Signs of Alien Life
2 World's First Carbon-Neutral Convention Center Opens
3 New Software Conveniently Integrates Your Heart Implant With Your Android Phone
4 Smog on Titan Moon May Hold Ingredients For Life, New Study Says
5 This Lung-On-A-Chip Is The First Lab-Ready Mini-Organ to Be Used in Drug Research
6 Instant Expert: The Drama and Controversy of Fracking
7 The Case of the Mass Honeybee Killer Has a New Prime Suspect
8 NASA Moves Ahead With Robotic Plane to Take Mars Exploration to the Skies
9 For Second Time, Ice Found Aboard Asteroid, Suggesting Water in Orbit Could Be Common
10 New Software Can Digitally Improve Actors' Physiques in Post-Production
11 Goodbye and Thanks to WMAP, the Satellite That Mapped the History of the Universe
12 Nano-Gyroscopes Will Let Cell Phones Navigate Indoors, Underground
13 How Scientists Grow Working, Made-To-Order Lungs
14 Using Electrodes to Restore Sight
15 This Is the New Look of NASA
16 Light-Activated Compounds May Lead to a More Effective, Painless Cure for Cancer
17 Next Gen. Digital Sight for the Blind
18 Reevaluating CPR as a Life-Saving Technique
19 Craig Venter Thinks He Can Change the World: He Already Has
20 Cellphone-Enabled Healthcare
21 Survey: Parents Want More Protection For Kids Online
22 Groups Upset Over Bluefin Tuna Quotas
23 China Probe Now In Moon Orbit
24 The Search Is On For China's Own Bigfoot
25 Graphene pioneers bag Nobel prize
26 Researchers crack the nanocrystal challenge
27 Does dark matter trigger strange stars?
28 Electrostatic trap catches tiny particles
29 Clippers set sail for space
30 100 top UK scientists revealed
31 Nuclear's new generation
32 Hot fusion
33 New Kind of Uranium Could Power Your Car
34 Should the Government Be Allowed to Read Your E-Mails?
35 John Lennon at 70: Imagine Google's Animated Homage
36 How Many 2-Yr-Olds Have Online ID? 92 Percent
37 10/10/10 Internet Virus? Nope, Just a Rumor
38 Pre-Exercise Stretching Is Killing Your Workout
39 Russian Bank Explains Hiring of Spy Anna Chapman
40 Malaysia's YTL to Launch 4G Network Next Month
41 Japan, Taiwan Chip Deals Unlikey to Unseat SKorea
42 Malaysia to Use Lab Mosquitoes to Fight Dengue
43 Private Spaceship Makes First Solo Glide Flight
44 Google Tests Cars That Can Steer Without Drivers
45 UK Scientists Protest Against Expected Research Cuts
46 First Patient Treated in Stem Cell Trial
47 Brazil Eyes Microchips in Trees for Forest Management
48 New Crew Arrives to Oversee Space Station's Completion
49 Tumor Devours Utah Man's Face, But Not Spirit
50 Cops Investigating Overdoses of 12 Teens on Spiked Drinks
51 Health Reform to Cover Most Young Adults by 2014
52 Hold Your Breath: Compression-Only CPR is Better
53 Brain Damage in Football Players May Be Hidden
54 Abbott Withdraws Diet Pill in U.S., Canada
55 Carl Paladino Says Homosexuality Not a 'Successful Option'
56 8-Year-Old Stabbed at New York Restaurant
57 Toxic Danger: Hazardous Materials Dumped in the United States
58 Complex Haitian quake triggered tsunamis
59 Flight paths may be bad for the heart
60 Astronomers find long-lost lunar rover
61 Manned flight around Moon considered
62 Virgin Galactic's spaceship makes solo flight
63 EU experts to tackle Hungary toxic sludge
64 Hunger index shows one billion without enough food
65 UN climate talks in China end without breakthrough
66 Tamworth Two become one as Butch passes away
67 Museum's commitment to return human remains
68 Anger simmers over Okinawa base burden
69 Which country has the best brains?
70 Mountain gorillas embrace coalition politics to survive
71 Microsoft launches Windows Phone 7 smartphones
72 North Korean expands net presence
73 Call to change PC security tools
74 Japanese have fewest digital friends on social networks
75 Google tests cars that drive themselves
76 Apps 'way forward' after gaming firms hit by recession
77 Facebook phonebook: Privacy confusion
78 Facebook stumble
79 Twitter's new boss maps the future
80 Europe's eight best night trains
81 Trial confirms prostate drug promise
82 'Pear-shaped' genes uncovered
83 Deaf people 'can rewire brains'
84 Parasite disease rises in Sudan
85 Molecule structure offers clue to HIV and cancer treatments
86 Windows Phone 7: Microsoft Looks for Fresh Start in Smartphones
87 Recycling Paint, Batteries, Other Toxic Stuff
88 Bill Gates: Now's the Time for Tech to Help Education
89 Columbus' 1492 Ocean Crossing
90 Robot Cars Invade Calif., on Orders From Google
91 Apple to Make iPhone for Verizon Wireless
92 Gulf Turtle Egg Relocation Judged a Success
93 FBI Spies on Student, Retrieves GPS Device
94 Hot Stuff: Fire Warning For Lithium Batteries
95 Panda Lovers Visit Tai Shan in China
96 Report: College Dropouts Cost Taxpayers Billions
97 Unemployed Find Old Jobs Now Require More Skills
98 NATO Probing Whether U.S. Grenade Killed Hostage
99 Axelrod Hits Out at Foreign Money in Elections
100 Saturn Moon Tease: Could Life Exist?
101 Schools Battle Suicide Surge, Anti-Gay Bullying
102 Date Rape Drug Culprit as Dozen Students OD?
103 The Gift of a Lifetime
104 Scientists Decode Lyme Disease Genome
105 Bye-Bye, Meridia: Risky Diet Pill Yanked from Market
106 Pacemaker Implants Help Dogs Live Longer Lives
107 Study: Fat Men, Skinny Women Make More Money
108 Female Viagra Nixed by German Company
109 Jogging for Jesus Keeps Faithful Fit
110 Duke Student Powerpoint: The New Exhibitionism?
111 Hope Witsell Cyberbully Suicide: Did She Have a Chance? (PICTURES)
112 Calif. Whale Deaths Blamed on Krill and Ships
113 Armless Toe Pianist Wins "China's Got Talent"
114 Google testing cars that drive themselves
115 AT&T launching 3 Microsoft-powered phones
116 Jaundice-autism study raises unanswered questions
117 Vietnam flood death toll reaches 64: officials
118 Iran says oil reserves up, at 150 billion barrels
119 Researchers Pinpoint Array of Obesity Genes
120 Virgin Galactic's Private Spaceship Makes First Solo Glide Flight
121 UN climate change body discusses reform in Busan
122 Toxic coal sludge pollutes Ky. town 10 years later
123 First patient treated in Geron stem cell trial
124 Forget Big Asteroids: It's the Smaller Rocks That Sneak In and Blow Up
125 In Big Oil Texas, Democrat looks to sun and wind
126 EDF shares slip following US setback
127 Newly Found Carnivore Already Threatened with Extinction
128 Jump in whale deaths blamed on krill, ship traffic
129 What's So Special About the Date 10/10/10?
130 Exercise Doesn't Make Up For Kids' Screen Time
131 Haitian quake triggered tsunamis: scientists
132 New research questions hydroelectric emissions
133 Putting Location-Based Ads to Work
134 Tunable, Stretchable Optical Materials
135 An Operating System to Run It All
136 Mining Moods for Brand Intelligence
137 A Real Space Hopper for Mars
138 Microsoft Works the Phones