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1 Toddlers & Tech: Are All Screens Created Equal?
2 Facebook: Another Privacy Scandal
3 Top YouTube Earners Share Their Strategies
4 Intel to Spend up to $8B on US Manufacturing
5 Groups Challenge Expanded Mass. Obscenity Law
6 UN Report: Growth in Mobile Contracts Slowing
7 Patients Protest Chinese Doctor's Risky Surgery
8 UN Science Panel Urges Ban on Toxic Pesticide
9 NJ Democrats Push Internet, Sports Betting Plan
10 Vt. Judge Weighs Cell Phone Tracking Suit by ACLU
11 Dead Sea Scrolls Going Digital on Internet
12 Osteoporosis Drug Regrows Jaw Bone: Study
13 Surgical Errors Continue Despite New Safety Guidelines
14 Tyler Clementi, Eric LeGrand: How Much Tragedy Can Rutgers University Handle?
15 Taking Care of Alzheimer's: the Burden on Women
16 Getting a Jump on Alzheimer's: Patients' Children Join Studies
17 Fossilised iceblocks shed light on early life
18 Cavemen ground flour, prepped veggies
19 Organ consent needs thought transplant
20 UN turns to wiki power for wildlife conservation
21 Cane toads are evolving into super-invaders
22 Nuclear power: Eight sites identified for future plants
23 Marine protection: The legal route
24 The place where crazy inventors create your future
25 Urban biodiversity beyond the grave
26 Recollections from a life on Mars
27 Rinderpest virus has been wiped out, scientists say
28 A perfect day in Barcelona
29 Sparrows identify 'troublemakers' from innocent birds
30 Internet users to exceed 2 billion by the end of 2010
31 Google in breach of privacy law
32 Personal data could become commodity
33 Microsoft software head Ray Ozzie resigns
34 Apple podcast: Steve sounds off
35 Osteoporosis drugs to carry fracture risk warning in US
36 Scenes of nature 'reduces pain' for cancer patients
37 Cycle schemes 'need evaluation,' say researchers
38 Vitamin B12 link to Alzheimer's backed by study
39 Violent images 'boost teenage aggression'
40 Stone Age Menu Featured Flour From Wild Grains
41 Microsoft Software Shift: A Web version of Office
42 Google to Bring Dead Sea Scrolls Online
43 Badly Burned Man Awaits Rare Face Transplant
44 Apple 4Q Net Income Soars 70 Percent
45 N/A
46 Steve Jobs Turns Conference Call into Trash-a-thon
47 Star Developer Ray Ozzie Leaving Microsoft
48 WikiLeaks Cut Off from Donations, Denied Shield
49 Giant Reptile Could Fly 10,000 Miles Nonstop
50 Facebook's Privacy Watergate?
51 Apple: Blowout Today, New Questions for Tomorrow
52 Don't Let "Food Fake-Outs" Sabotage Your Diet
53 Saudi Prince Convicted of Murdering Servant
54 Panning for Votes in the Colorado Senate Race
55 Suspensions for Violent Hits Begin Now, NFL Says
56 Time to Legalize Pot? Former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders Weighs In
57 Tylenol Recall: Full List to Avoid Stinky Pills
58 Rutgers Player Paralyzed (VIDEO): Next 72 Hours Critical for Eric LeGrand
59 Barracuda-Like Fish Punctures Woman's Chest: Why?
60 ExtenZe Doesn't Enhance "Maleness" or LaShawn Merritt's Dreams of Olympic Gold
61 Cure for the Common Cold? Silver Bullet Takes a Shot
62 FDA: Iowa Farm's Eggs OK to Sell after Recall
63 Tylenol Recalled for Moldy Smell
64 Fort Hood Nurse: Soldiers "Stood Their Ground"
65 Pentagon to Recruiters: Accept Gay Applicants
66 Video of Ga. Woman's Horrific Death Goes Viral
67 Ireland defends research from cuts
68 UK science funds in limbo
69 Ireland defends research from cuts
70 String theory tackles strange metals
71 Publish your computer code: it is good enough
72 Elemental shift for kilo
73 Row over NASA primate-radiation experiment
74 Superlaser fires a blank
75 Stone Age flour found across Europe
76 Gene-synthesis rules favour convenience
77 Why winds are slowing
78 Flexible LEDs to boost biomedicine
79 Stem-cell papers under suspicion
80 Scientists push for Lyme disease trials
81 Supercomputer sets protein-folding record
82 Astronomers find weird, warm spot on an exoplanet
83 The comet cometh: Hartley 2 visible in night sky
84 Water's choice: A tale of two numbers and the order they predict
85 Friends share personal details to strengthen relationships in US, but not in Japan
86 New nano techniques integrate electron gas-producing oxides with silicon
87 Intel to spend up to $8B on US manufacturing
88 Novel regulatory process for T cells may help explain immune system diseases
89 Neanderthals did not make jewelry after all
90 Coming soon: Manufacturing with every atom in its proper place
91 Functional nerve cells from adult skin cells generated by UConn scientists
92 Analyzing almost 10 million tweets, research finds public mood can predict Dow days in advance
93 Biology rides to computers' aid
94 Blood thinning breakthrough announced
95 McMaster researchers say not all stem cells the same
96 Martian lakes, seas formed by emerging underground aquifers
97 Bacteria gauge cold with molecular measuring stick
98 Consumer sentiment shaped by differing cultural attitudes toward power
99 Microsoft sends Office into the Internet 'cloud'
100 Intricate, curving 3-D nanostructures created using capillary action forces
101 Drought may threaten much of globe within decades
102 UT professor defines play, discovers even turtles need recess
103 New clues to how cancer-related proteins plasmin, thrombin lose inhibition
104 Gene activity in the brain depends on genetic background
105 China a surprise leader in clean energy: study
106 Prehistoric man ate flatbread 30,000 years ago: study
107 NRL scientists unravel complex quantum dot-dopamine interactions
108 Bouncing water droplets reveal small-scale beauty (w/ Video)
109 Birth of nanoparticles seen by Argonne scientists for the first time
110 Scientists perfect new nanowire technique
111 Silicon strategy shows promise for batteries
112 Triple-mode transistors show potential: Researchers introduce graphene-based amplifiers
113 Electrified nano filter promises to cut costs for clean drinking water
114 Following the Nobel Prize, big things planned for graphene
115 Microbial hair--it's electric: Specialized bacterial filaments shown to conduct electricity
116 Embedded rods: Chitin-silicon dioxide nanocomposite made by self-organization and sol-gel chemistry
117 Nanoscopic particles resist full encapsulation, simulations show
118 Discovery paves way for development of efficient, inexpensive plastic solar cells
119 Thioketal nanoparticles: Researchers develop oral delivery system to treat inflammatory bowel diseases
120 'Express lanes' for ions: By aligning carbon nanotubes in electrodes, researchers boost performance
121 Single-crystal films could advance solar cells (w/ Video)
122 The hair brush that reads your mind
123 The promise of ion beam cancer therapy
124 UC Riverside physicists pave the way for graphene-based spin computer
125 Water's interaction with platinum requires a closer look, researchers find
126 Physicists detect and control quantum states in diamond with light
127 This little light of mine: Changing the color of single photons emitted by quantum dots
128 New mini-sensor traces faint magnetic signature of human heartbeat
129 'Incoherent excitations' govern key phase of superconductor behavior
130 JILA unveils improved 'molecular fingerprinting' for trace gas detection
131 Faster CARS, less damage: Chemical microscopy shows potential for cell diagnostics
132 Gravity up close: Looking for extra dimensions by measuring gravity at the microscopic level
133 Researchers develop alternative to gold in electrical applications
134 Mass limits of dark matter derived from 'strange' stars
135 Physicists observe electron ejected from atom for first time
136 Bringing down the electric grid
137 Canadian leads publishing of first results from Large Hadron Collider
138 NPL recreates original fission experiment
139 Old logging practices linked to high erosion rates
140 New international standard for spacecraft docking
141 Scientists say Asia's corals dying en masse
142 Space shuttle leaking, NASA working up repair plan
143 Geophysicists claim conventional understanding of Earth's deep water cycle needs revision
144 NOAA: Global temperature ties for warmest on record
145 NASA spacecraft hurtles toward active comet Hartley 2
146 The next generation of stem cells
147 'Deepwater Horizon' disaster hit bluefish tuna hard
148 Scientists lower Gulf health grade
149 NASA's Webb telescope's systems engineering evolves
150 Image: Where stars are born
151 New project manager for long-lived Mars odyssey
152 Climate change may alter natural climate cycles of Pacific
153 Crocheted coral exhibit carries environmental warning
154 Refining the search for what's 'out there'
155 AMD showcases 'Llano' Fusion APU
156 Robots use their hands to 'think'
157 Introducing Japan's new singing robot (w/ Video)
158 Review: Despite its bulk, G2 phone gets it right
159 Study says iPhone 4 design fine--unless you drop it
160 'Google TV': Sony unveils TVs with Google's Web-surfing system
161 Apple seeks approval to sell iPad in S. Korea: regulator
162 With holidays approaching, TV prices to drop slightly
163 UM unmanned robot team Australia bound for international competition
164 Verizon iPhone in Q1 not a rumor any longer
165 Logitech unveils Google TV boxes
166 3-D TV sets still viewed skeptically by many
167 Devices claim they'll help you drive safely while texting, on the phone
168 Review: A better Apple TV doesn't beat competition
169 Campaign to build 1837 Babbage's Analytical Engine
170 Wild ideas take flight on cutting edge of clean tech
171 Efficient computer network on a chip
172 Canadian report says Google breached privacy laws
173 Inter-cloud data security technology developed by Fujitsu
174 New perspective in the CAVE with 3-D computer-assisted virtual environment
175 Conserving resources: Producing circuit boards with plasma
176 Google reaffirms commitment to China
177 High performance materials for the tunnel of the century
178 China denies cartel-like behaviour on rare earths
179 Superhighway for wind power proposed for Mid-Atlantic Coast
180 Microsoft software head Ray Ozzie to depart
181 Bilingual, bicultural 'Roboceptionist' on its way
182 iPhone helps Apple dial 4Q net income up 70% (Update 2)
183 Discovery of a mechanism that controls the expression of a protein involved in numerous cancers
184 Sniffing out shoe bombs: A new and simple sensor for explosive chemicals
185 Researchers discover eye test for neurological diseases in livestock
186 Diamonds cutting environmental impact
187 Saving platinum: Monolayer of platinum on tungsten carbide catalyzes electrolytic production of hydrogen
188 Researchers develop method for curbing growth of crystals that form kidney stones
189 New look at multitalented protein sheds light on mysteries of HIV
190 Architecture of soil particles greatly influences if, when pollutants migrate
191 Scientists propose 'hidden' 3D optical data storage technique
192 Soft drink could enhance effects of an anti-cancer drug
193 Battling the force that wastes 1 out of every 10 gallons of gasoline in cars
194 Blocking an oncogene in liver cancer could be potential therapy option
195 Second-generation device more effective in capturing circulating tumor cells (w/ Video)
196 Size matters in crucial redox reactions
197 Fast and user friendly, nanoDESI shows off its ability to transfer fragile molecules
198 A miracle diet for brake rotors: High-strength, high-temp aluminum
199 One step closer to a drug treatment for cystic fibrosis
200 Controlling catalysts: Expert discusses new ways to drive old reactions
201 New sensor derived from frogs may help fight bacteria and save wildlife
202 Old bees' memory fades; mirrors recall of mammals
203 More than 200 new snails of the same genus described in a single study
204 From bees to coral reefs: How humans impact partnerships in the natural world
205 The world is not flat: Exploring cells and tissues in three dimensions
206 No cloned steaks on EU plates
207 Family tree could identify species vulnerable to invaders, climate change
208 100-million-year-old mistake provides snapshot of evolution
209 Judge focuses on carp DNA in lawsuit over locks
210 When vertebrae cross dress: How sloths got their long neck (w/ Video)
211 Scientists turn stem cells into cells for cartilage repair
212 Japanese researchers report on liver transplantation studies using animal and iPS cells
213 Scientists sequence genomes of lyme disease bacteria
214 Bridges built to help Borneo orangutans meet mates
215 Scientists perform genome-wide study of human stem cells
216 Worst weed the culprit of herbicide resistance
217 Lemur play is on solid ground
218 First direct evidence that response to alcohol depends on genes
219 Brain might be key to leptin's actions against type 1 diabetes
220 Use of DHA fish oil capsules does not decrease postpartum depression in mothers
221 Recycling pacemakers may alleviate burden of heart disease across the globe
222 Proton therapy safe, effective for early-stage lung cancer patients
223 McSleepy meets DaVinci
224 Big VA study shows surgery checklist saves lives
225 Implementing program for operating room staff emphasizing teamwork appears to reduce surgical deaths
226 Heavy alcohol use suggests a change in normal cognitive development in adolescents
227 Research brings cure for Parkinson's disease a step closer
228 Study reveals how sex hormones influence right heart function
229 Vitamin E in front line of prostate cancer fight
230 Bioelectrical signals turn stem cells' progeny cancerous
231 Watching violent TV, video games desensitizes teenagers and may promote more aggressive behavior
232 Study shows video games highly effective training tools
233 Study: Religious diversity increases in America, yet perceptions of Christian nation intensify
234 Experiments find bias in way analysts view firms led by black grads of prestigious universities
235 How green is your campus? Motivations for sustainability for universities vs. for-profit companies
236 Generous paupers and stingy princes? Power and consumer spending
237 New evidence of the power of open access
238 Obama to test Archimedes solar ray legend (Update)
239 Study predicts women in power, Muslims heading West
240 10,000 miles: New study proposes giant Pterosaurs were record long-distance fliers
241 Does clenching your muscles increase willpower?
242 Computational model of swimming fish could inspire design of robots, medical prosthetics
243 Is team science productive? Study measures the collaborative nature of translational medicine
244 Cash is healthier? Credit and debit increase impulsive food purchases
245 Benign envy sells iPhones, but malicious envy drives consumers to BlackBerries
246 Would you sleep on a chunk of ice? Building your 'experience resume'
247 Celebrity journalism may contribute positively to consumer health behaviors: researchers
248 How do beauty product ads affect consumer self esteem and purchasing?