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1 FCC chairman seeks conditions on Comcast, NBC deal
2 Alternative medicines sometimes dangerous for kids
3 Solar Sail Flotilla Could Divert Possibly Dangerous Asteroid
4 N.Z. 'won't join Australia' in anti-whaling legal bid
5 Earth Biodiversity Pattern May Trace Back to Bobbing Solar System Path
6 China says wind, solar subsidies WTO compliant
7 Balloon Measures Cosmic Rays Bombarding Earth
8 Cache in Chinese Mountain Reveals 20,000 Prehistoric Fossils
9 'Spider-Man' will resume with new safety measures
10 Merck's Gardasil wins approval for anal cancer
11 Doctor Shortage Adds to Pain of Juvenile Arthritis
12 Virtual Santa brings the holidays to sick children
13 Placebos Work Even When Patients Know They're Dummy Pills
14 Arena eyes obesity drug refiling by end of 2011
15 Cancer Cells May Be Able to Urge Their Own Death
16 Anal cancer vaccine approved
17 Ohio county fights extreme pill addiction problem
18 Toshiba Sells 3-D TVs Without the Glasses
19 Lunar Eclipse on Winter Solstice: Cosmic Meaning, Moon Myths
20 FCC Chairman Seeks Conditions on Comcast, NBC Deal
21 Electronic Info Dominates George W. Bush's Archive
22 Malaysia Police: Man's Facebook Page Mocked Sultan
23 Cherokee, Apple Partner to Put Language on iPhones
24 Study: 26% in US Used Cell Phones for Activism
25 Alternative Medicines Sometimes Dangerous for Kids
26 Google Buys New York Office as Payroll Expands
27 Placebos Help, Even When Patients Know About Them
28 Addicts Overcome Holiday Stress with Meditation
29 Colossal pliosaur fossil secrets revealed by CT scanner
30 'Ghostly' Saharan cheetah filmed in Niger, Africa
31 China defends Africa economic and trade role
32 Renewable power rises by a fifth
33 Polar bears not endangered, US confirms
34 Turning off phone chargers 'a tiny gesture'
35 Skype slowly recovers from global blackout
36 Microsoft warns on IE browser bug
37 Woz pleads for free and open internet
38 Futurology: The tricky art of knowing what will happen next
39 Planning your dream Antarctic vacation
40 Alternative remedies 'dangerous' for kids says report
41 iPhone, iPod to Offer Cherokee Language Option
42 Skype (Slowly) Getting Back to Normal
43 Protecting Your Gizmos from the Cold
44 Surprise Finding About Placebo Performance
45 Solar Sail Flotilla Proposed to Divert Asteroid
46 With Test Launch, U.S. Navy Goes Electromagnetic
47 Japanese Researchers Create Mutant Mice that 'Sing'
48 Jumper Rattles Romanian Parliament Vote
49 In Lame Duck, Compromise Yielded Productivity
50 Mudslides, Polluted Water Plague SoCal
51 Abbott Laboratories Recalls Diabetes Test Strips (Product List)
52 Food Quiz: How to Avoid Sabotaging Your Diet
53 Put Some Resolve in Your New Year's Resolution
54 German science benefits from pensioner power
55 Whatever happened to...?
56 Disaster doctors may be using the wrong drugs
57 Qubit in a nanowire
58 'World's first' glasses-free 3D TV hits stores in Japan
59 World's First Microlaser Emitting In 3-D
60 Moving Holograms: From Science Fiction To Reality
61 ESA Unveils Latest Map Of World's Land Cover
62 Cassini Marks Holidays With Dramatic Views Of Rhea
63 Cassini Returns Images Of Bright Jets At Enceladus
64 Season's Greetings: NASA Views The Change Of Seasons
65 TanDEM-X Ready For Routine Operations In 2011
66 Mexico Quake Studies Uncover Surprises For California
67 Apollo 8: Christmas At The Moon
68 The Universe's Most Massive Stars Can Form In Near Isolation
69 Intergalactic Weather Map
70 New Observations Of Exploding Stars Reveal Pauses, Flickers And Flares
71 The Universe Does Think Small
72 Integral Helps Unravel The Tumultuous Recent History Of The Solar Neighbourhood
73 Exploding Stars--What Are We Missing
74 Astronomers Probe 'Sandbar' Between Islands Of Galaxies
75 Cosmic Dust And Gas Shape Galaxy Evolution
76 New Evidence For Supernova-Driven Galactic Fountains In Milky Way
77 The Enigma Of The Missing Stars In Space May Be Solved
78 Astronomers Discover Merging Star Systems That Might Explode
79 Cool Star Is A Gem Of A Find
80 Herschel's Hidden Talent: Digging Up Magnified Galaxies
81 Cosmic Curiosity Reveals Ghostly Glow Of Dead Quasar
82 New Galaxy Clusters Revealed By Cosmic Shadows
83 Russia's Mission Control To Readjust ISS Orbit
84 Indian And Russian Scientists Discuss Rocket Launch Delay
85 Fuel error cost Russia three navigation satellites: official
86 Dextre's Final Exam Scheduled For December 22-23
87 DLR Researchers Compile Atlas Of Saturn's Moon Rhea, An Icy Alien World
88 Hot Plasma Explosions Inflate Saturn's Magnetic Field
89 Cyclone Lasting More Than Five Years Is Detected On Saturn
90 NASA-NSF Scientific Balloon Launches From Antarctica
91 Astronomers Use Moon In Effort To Corral Elusive Cosmic Particles
92 AMS Discoveries Will Surprise, Lead Scientist Predicts
93 Mission To Pluto And Beyond Marks 10 Years Since Project Inception
94 Kuiper Belt Of Many Colors
95 Reaching The Mid-Mission Milestone On The Way To Pluto
96 How Often Do Giant Black Holes Become Hyperactive
97 Pushing Black-Hole Mergers To The Extreme
98 Chandra Finds Youngest Nearby Black Hole
99 Orbital Test Fires First Stage Engine For Taurus II Rocket
100 Galileo's Navigation Control Hub Opens In Fucino
101 China Launches Seventh Orbiter For Indigenous Global SatNav System
102 NASA Discovers Asteroid Delivered Assortment Of Meteorites
103 Asteroid's Coat Of Many Colors
104 Japan's low-cost space programme pushes the limits
105 Citizen Scientists Join Search For Earth-Like Planets
106 Planetary Family Portrait Reveals Another Exoplanet
107 Carbon-Rich Planet: A Girl's Best Friend
108 NASA Scientists Theorize Final Growth Spurt For Planets
109 A Wind Farm in Deep Water off the U.S. Coast
110 The Miracle of Memphis
111 An Immune Aid for Aging
112 Breakthrough in TB Diagnostics
113 Sequencing a Single Chromosome
114 Can Software that Predicts Performance Help Kids Learn?
115 The Brainy Learning Algorithms of Numenta
116 Rescheduling Google TV May Be a Smart Move
117 Engineers Build Radio Receiver Out Of Graphene
118 Attending the Christmas Party as a Robot
119 Home Internet with Anonymity Built In
120 A Way to Make the Smart Grid Smarter
121 Undermining China's Monopoly on Rare Earth Elements
122 Arming the Immune System against H1N1
123 Immune Overhaul for Diabetes
124 Low-Calorie Diet Boosts Immune System
125 Can the U.S. Rare-Earth Industry Rebound?
126 A New Superconductor
127 T-Rays from Superconductors
128 The Ultrafast Future of Wireless
129 Wireless at Fiber Speeds
130 Smoothing the Way for Light
131 Lithography Past Light's Limits
132 A Better Way to Make Nano Stuff
133 The Science of a Sparkling Shave
134 Nano Printing Goes Large
135 Highest Capacity Flash Memory Yet
136 A Simple Filter Could Make LCDs More Efficient
137 Bumpy Coatings for Better Solar Cells
138 Ultradense, 3-D Data Storage
139 Nanopillars that Trap More Light