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1 Marsh plan nearly final, but no funds
2 Students learn the science of Olympics
3 Could a new football stadium be in Oakland's future?
4 Google tweaks Buzz social hub after privacy woes
5 Japan worried that Toyota woes could hurt US ties
6 Individual insurance rates soar in 4 states
7 Snowballs did have a chance in the South
8 Toyota recalls new Prius in latest safety fix
9 Ark. candidate likens stem cell work to Nazi tests
10 Shuttle Endeavour's Heat Shield Cleared of Concerns
11 Microsoft co-founder Gates tackling climate change
12 Thousands of dinosaur footprints uncovered in China
13 3-legged dog wins 1st place in NYC shelter contest
14 Aurochs Project Aims to Breed Extinct Ancient Cattle
15 Astronauts Open Space Station's Newest Room
16 Falklands oil prospects raise Argentina-Britain tensions
17 Obama nuke plant loan reflects new energy strategy
18 Valentines in Ancient Rome Were All About Pain
19 Astronauts hit snag with new space station room
20 DNA suggests even ancient man had baldness issues
21 49 states dusted with snow; Hawaii's the holdout
22 Woman, 60, in serious condition after shark bite
23 Activists: Whalers hurt by their own pepper spray
24 Letters: No difference between medical marijuana co-ops, dispensaries
25 Fred Morrison--Frisbee inventor--dies
26 Hydroxycut linked to other cases of liver damage
27 Scientists Discover How HIV Is Transmitted Between Men
28 Voice Problems May Affect Social Life in Parkinson's
29 Start obesity prevention in the cradle, study urges
30 Mumps outbreak in NY, NJ tops 1,500 cases
31 Proposed autism diagnosis changes anger "Aspies"
32 No cure for heart disease, Clinton's case shows
33 CDC: Swine flu made 57 million Americans ill
34 Making OLED Displays Cheaper
35 Wi-Fi at the Speed of Light
36 Efficient Solar Cells from Cheaper Materials
37 Several IE Flaws Could Add Up to a Big Problem
38 A Giant Leap for Humanoid Kind
39 Review: Nexus One and Android 2.1
40 An Early Warning System for Cancer
41 Massive Star Blows Fancy Hourglass Nebula
42 Memo to Spyker: Bring Back the Saab Sonett
43 The Story Behind the Legendary Magnum Archive Sale
44 TED 2010: Google Optimistic It Can Remain in China
45 Video: Laser Jet Blasts Ballistic Missile in Landmark Test
46 DIY Group Sends $25 Balloon to 70,000 Feet
47 'Climategate' expert Jones says data not well organised
48 Cyber attacks against Australia 'will continue'
49 Net neutrality: Are all bits created equal?
50 Obesity 'often set before age of two'
51 Microsoft to Revamp Smartphone Software
52 It Ain't Over Until the Fat Lady Logs Off
53 Cloning Neanderthals: Not a Pipedream
54 Airborne Laser Zaps in-flight Missile
55 Airborne Laser zaps in-flight missile
56 DirecTV Suing Dish over Ads
57 Tunnel Victim: Cops Ignored My Pleas
58 Ala. Victim's Kin: Amy Bishop Had Problems
59 Bombs, Booby Traps Slow Marjah Assault
60 White House: 9/11 Military Trial Possible
61 Lindsey Vonn Gets More Time to Heal
62 CDC: H1N1 Sickened 57M Americans
63 Fish Oil May Fight Psychosis
64 Cheese? Urine? Hurt Athletes Try It All
65 Support for Gays in the Military Depends on the Question
66 Professor Charged in 3 Alabama Deaths
67 Jaycee Dugard's Journal: Mental Anguish
68 Google Buzz's Privacy Problem: A Simple Solution
69 Five Reasons to Love Google Buzz, Five Reasons Not
70 Laser knocks down test missile off Calif. coast
71 Star Wars laser successfully destroys ballistic missile
72 U.S. 'Star Wars' laser plane successfully shoots down ballistic missile for first time
73 Astronauts hit snag with new space station room
74 These tablets do what the 'iPad don't'
75 No Apple? No Problem! New Toys Take Center Stage at Macworld Expo
76 Basic Business Tools Stand in for Missing Apple Hype at Macworld
77 Macworld Expo 2010 Best of Show winners
78 11 products earn 'Best of Show' distinction at Macworld 2010
79 Originally published Friday, February 12, 2010 at 3:55 PM
80 Neat previews NeatWorks for Mac 3.0 at Macworld 2010
81 Microsoft Targets Phones
82 It's Microsoft's Game to Lose with Windows Mobile 7
83 Number of swine flu cases in the U.S. reaches 57 million
84 H1N1 virus' death toll as high as 17,000, CDC estimates
85 The DSM: How Psychiatrists Redefine 'Disordered'
86 DSM-V Draft Includes Major Changes to Addictive Disease Classifications
87 Census Time Kicks Off In Hawaii
88 Antibiotics as active mutagens in the emergence of multidrug resistance
89 Seeing the quantum in chemistry: JILA scientists control chemical reactions of ultracold molecules
90 La Jolla Institute scientists prove hypothesis on the mystery of dengue virus infection
91 New picture of ancient ocean chemistry argues for chemically layered water
92 The genetic secrets to jumping the species barrier
93 Dramatic changes in agriculture needed as world warms and grows, researchers say
94 New clue why autistic people don't want hugs
95 Grasping bacterial 'friending' paves the way to disrupt biofilm creation
96 UCLA chemists create synthetic 'gene-like' crystals for carbon dioxide capture
97 The cost of being on your toes
98 Human use heel first gait because it is efficient for walking
99 Are high speed elephants running or walking?
100 Master gene SRC-3 enables breast cancer growth, invasion
101 Researchers envision high-tech applications for 'multiferroic' crystals
102 Dartmouth researchers describe how the cholera bacteria becomes infectious
103 Researchers find epigenetic signals differ across alleles
104 Chocolate lovers could be lowering their risk of stroke: Study
105 A Better Breed of Plants Help Revive Western Rangelands
106 Yale Scientists Synthesize Unique Family of Anti-Cancer Compounds
107 Catching Calcium Waves Could Provide Alzheimer Insights
108 Research Highlights Role of Protein Pair in Obesity Regulation
109 Muscle loss finding may one day save physiques
110 Plant buffers may limit spread of antibiotics in animal waste
111 Texas Children's discharges history-making patient
112 Migraine may be linked to heart disease
113 Can chocolate lower your risk of stroke?
114 Saturn's aurorae offer stunning double show
115 Dark matter or background noise? Results intriguing but not conclusive
116 Cancer: "Primitive" Gene Discovered
117 Queen's helps produce archaeological 'time machine'
118 Queen's researchers propose rethinking renewable energy strategy
119 Strongest evidence to date shows link between exploration well and Lusi mud volcano
120 Setting Out to Discover New, Long-lived Elements
121 UNH chemists create molecule with promising semiconductor properties
122 Single-step technique produces both p-type and n-type doping for future graphene devices
123 ASU scientists develop universal DNA reader to advance faster, cheaper sequencing efforts
124 Antarctic Ice Shelf Collapse Possibly Triggered by Ocean Waves, Scripps-led Study Finds
125 Low levels of natural antibodies behind stroke
126 New fiber nanogenerators could lead to electric clothing
127 Penn material scientists turn light into electrical current using a golden nanoscale system
128 Radical new directions needed in food production to deal with climate change
129 Swine Flu vaccination: voluntary system works
130 Restrictions on female plasma may not be warranted
131 Quitting smoking especially difficult for select groups
132 Hypnosis can relieve symptoms in children with respiratory diseases
133 Alternative futures of a warming world
134 First wild grass species and model system for energy crops sequenced
135 USDA scientists sequence genome of grass that can be a biofuel model crop
136 Star chef points the way
137 PCs around the world unite to map the Milky Way
138 New genome sequence will aid study of important food, fuel crops
139 Silver Nanoparticles May One Day Be Key to Devices That Keep Hearts Beating Strong and Steady
140 Natural-disaster mathematical aid systems are presented to NGOs
141 Animal models that help translate regenerative therapies from bench to bedside
142 Researchers Using Science To Decode the Secrets of Olympic Skeleton Sliding
143 Low levels of antibiotics cause multidrug resistance in 'superbugs'
144 MWC 2010: Breakthrough for mobile television
145 MWC 2010: Positioning with awiloc