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1 5 Ways to Get Paid for Protecting the Environment
2 No Cops in the Cloud Without a Warrant
3 Apple iPhone to Soon Get Long-Sought Multitasking
4 Google Earth Dives Deeper, Expands Ocean Feature
5 Man Turned Away for Breast Cancer Screening
6 Medical Mystery Behind Mom's Surprise Birth
7 Regulators Looking at Antibacterial in Soap
8 Navy Officially Bans Smoking on Submarines
9 Aftermath of 9/11: Study Shows Firefighters' Breathing Problems Never Went Away
10 EXCLUSIVE: President Obama on Nukes, Palin, Confederacy and Iran
11 Teen Sues County for Placing Her in Custody of Sex Offender Grandfather
12 Stress takes its toll on tiny lizard
13 'Planet of love' still hot and active
14 New species of human found in 'death trap'
15 Climate change treaty 'more urgent than ever'
16 Venus 'still volcanically active'
17 First baby given xenon gas to prevent brain injury
18 Kenya protests block GM maize shipment in Mombasa
19 Hewlett Packard outlines computer memory of the future
20 South African fossils could be new hominid species
21 'World needs a barometer of life'
22 Geese tracked to estimate wind farms' impact
23 Earthworms form herds and make "group decisions"
24 Colour e-readers with video shown off
25 Anger about 'stitch-up' over Digital Economy Bill
26 Apple reveals new iPhone features
27 Facebook and Electoral Commission launch voter push
28 How Apple plans to take on Google in mobile advertising
29 Chlamydia test after every new partner call
30 Malawi defends plans to outlaw HIV transmission
31 Childhood deafness gene uncovered
32 New light on near-death flashes
33 Football tough guy Danny Mills in wheelchair challenge
34 Legal fight over Plumpy'nut, the hunger wonder-product
35 'I thought the wall was a Pink Floyd album'
36 Discovery Astronauts Go for a Spacewalk
37 iPad Media Apps Stuck in the Past
38 Fears of Global Warming Blame-Fest
39 Study: Fishing Boats Kill Millions of Turtles
40 Apple Brings Multitasking to iPhone
41 Live Blog of iPhone 0S 4.0 Debut
42 Bullied Teen Phoebe Prince Sought School's Help
43 Vatican to Post Guide for Sex Abuse Accusations
44 Custody Battle over "Adopted" Embryos
45 F-16s in Near-Miss With Commuter Jet
46 Kagan, Wood Head List of Likely Court Nominees
47 Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Retiring
48 Fire, Smoke in W.Va. Mine Halt Rescue Effort
49 Newt Gingrich: We Need a President, Not an Athlete
50 Poll: Low Favorability Ratings for Sarah Palin
51 Liz Cheney: Obama Putting America on Path to Decline
52 American Debt Threatens Status as World Power
53 As Aid Flows, African Nations Cut Health Budgets
54 Soaring Pollen Levels Bring Misery for Many
55 FDA Reviewing Chemical Found in Soap, Toothpaste
56 Behind Bullying: Why Kids Are So Cruel
57 Has the Recession Made You More Beautiful?
58 Ancestry Search Can Annoy Living Relatives
59 Yeti and Other Mangy Monster Sightings On the Rise
60 Life Trapped in Amber from Age of Dinosaurs
61 Ethiopia launches first science academy
62 Scientists Explore Origins of 'Supervolcanoes' on the Sea Floor
63 New detection technique used in analysis of vaccines
64 Discovery that quasars don't show time dilation mystifies astronomers
65 Significant findings about protein architecture may aid in drug design, generation of nanomaterials
66 New Hitachi Li-ion batteries to last ten years
67 Battling Botnets With An Awesome OS
68 The art of copying: Scientists tell us that even copying mistakes can be good
69 Light-based localisation for robotic systems (w/ Video)
70 Stanford researchers focus on social networks to curb spread of disease
71 Japanese robo-suit promises superpowers for greying farmers
72 Astronauts take 1st spacewalk of shuttle mission
73 Graphene films clear major fabrication hurdle
74 Apple iPhone to soon get long-sought multitasking
75 2010 Major Meteor Showers
76 Canadian firm sues 20 top tech firms for patent infringement
77 Self- and X-ray-Induced Crystallization of Supramolecular Filaments
78 Venus is alive--geologically speaking (w/ Video)
79 Shooting for Shooting Stars
80 Only known living population of rare dwarf lemur found
81 McMaster researchers discover a new way HIV infects women
82 Pull-chain 'polymer' solves puzzle of complex molecular packing
83 NASA chief charts agency's shuttle-less future
84 Report reveals rabbit and dormouse threatening Britain's wildlife
85 FCC plans to move forward with broadband plan soon
86 Fragile X protein loss alters brain pathways responsible for learning and memory
87 Closing in on a carbon-based solar cell
88 HP Labs find memristors can compute (w/ Video)
89 Human enzyme breaks down potentially toxic nanomaterials
90 Evidence that nanoparticles in sunscreens could be toxic if accidentally eaten
91 Berkeley Researchers Light Up White OLEDs
92 Solar cells: UQAM researcher solves two 20-year-old problems
93 Optical Society Launches Laser Anniversary Video
94 Scientists find errors in hypothesis linking solar flares to global temperature
95 Physicists Begin Quest for 'Higgs' Particle at European Collider
96 Understanding tiny reactions: Cold atoms and nanotubes come together in atomic 'black hole'
97 Almost all Austrian glaciers shrank in 2009: report
98 EPA tightens rules on pesticide linked to deaths
99 Chinese shoppers buying 'grey market' iPads
100 Bing gains US search market share for 10th straight month
101 Bomb scares: An ODD solution
102 New high-speed integrated circuit for world's biggest physics experiment is fastest of its kind
103 India's billion-dollar 3G auction set to open
104 Tech industry recovery under way, says Forrester
105 'Mind-reading' brain-scan software showcased in NY
106 Court privacy rulings a threat to the media, expert says
107 New method to study key targets in Alzheimer's disease and prostate cancer
108 Hold the salt: Engineers develop revolutionary new desalination membrane
109 To starve a tumor
110 Honest deer every year
111 Rewiring of gene regulation across 300 million years of evolution
112 Cellulosic ethanol: Expanding options, identifying obstacles
113 Pigeon 'backpacks' track flock voting (w/ Video)
114 How fruit flies taste water
115 Variations on the genetic theme
116 Scientists discover first multicellular life that doesn't need oxygen
117 Scientists find out why living things are the size they are--and none other
118 Hawaiian submarine canyons are hotspots of biodiversity and biomass for seafloor animal communities
119 Gut feeling: Intestinal germ helps sushi digestion
120 Cosmopolitan eels
121 Deadly fungus threatens 9 bat species in Ga., Ky., N.C., S.C. and Tenn., expert says
122 New Biomarker Could Lead To The World's First Reliable Test For Liver Cancer
123 New insights into diabetic blindness
124 Researchers Harness Basic Survival Tactic to Fight Childhood Obesity
125 A new endoscopic technique for gastrointestinal perforations: the over-the-scope-clip
126 PANDAS don't like stress
127 Harm caused by nicotine withdrawal during intensive care
128 Leukemia-related protein 16 and colorectal carcinoma
129 Primary care physicians nationwide face clinical ethical conflicts with religious hospitals
130 Launch of Europe-wide recommendations for preventing type 2 diabetes
131 More benefits found from mild exercise in critically ill patients
132 Achoo! Pollen at its worst in years in many areas
133 Annual chlamydia screening may not protect women from pelvic inflammatory disease
134 Hospitalists key to success of health care reform
135 Magnetic attraction of stem cells creates more potent treatment for heart attack
136 Cancer drug effectiveness substantially advanced
137 Simple test can detect signs of suicidal thoughts in people taking antidepressants
138 New research reconstructs ancient history of Island Southeast Asia
139 Shopping experiences would differ if businesses applied customer loyalty study findings