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1 Giant dome for Gulf oil leak is next best solution
2 Glance at the Past
3 Mission blue butterfly returns to Twin Peaks
4 Climate scientists decry 'political assaults'
5 Silicon Valley becomes center of mobile universe
6 Thailand censors more websites as protests persist
7 America's favorite birth control method turns 50
8 The branding of the "Gulf Oil Spill"
9 Containment dome suspended just above U.S. Gulf leak
10 AP INVESTIGATION: Blowout preventers known to fail
11 Reggie the gator gets new mate at Los Angeles Zoo
12 Montana, Idaho consider increased wolf hunt quotas
13 New Commercial Rocket Still Aims for May Launch Debut
14 Obama oil response: aggressive as crisis unfolded
15 APNewsBreak: Bubble of methane triggered rig blast
16 Allergy Relief Really Is Possible
17 More of Gulf closed to fishing because of spill
18 You're a Neanderthal: Genes say yes--a little bit
19 Newton's apple tree bound for gravity-free orbit
20 Earth's Asphalt Lakes Hint at Possibility of Life on Titan
21 Scientists bemoan loss of expertise in election
22 Pakistan tests 2 missiles, wants nuke recognition
23 State told to pay mentally ill S.F. youths' tab
24 Grand Ole Opry stage was under 2 feet of water
25 Diabetes Test Results May Be Deceptive in Black Children
26 Scientists Unravel Secret of HIV Resistance
27 No Link Between Coffee, Sodas and Colon Cancer
28 Tumor Cells in Blood Affect Breast Cancer Survival
29 Sleepless Nights Plague Assisted Living Residents
30 Big Brother: Are Surveillance Cameras Worth it?
31 Romaine Lettuce Recall Linked to Rare E. Coli Strain
32 Victim of Chimp Attack Discharged from Hospital
33 Where's the Best Place to be a Mom?
34 Anti-Aging Creams: Real Wrinkle Cure or Just Hope in a Jar?
35 Down Syndrome Births Rise in U.S., CDC Reports
36 The Painful Death of a Yemen Child Bride
37 Disc or download? You decide
38 Meningitis C vaccine 'wears off in early teens'
39 Why the Neanderthal Theory is a Game-Changer
40 Five Hidden Dangers of Facebook
41 Palin Endorsement Outrages Some Facebook Fans
42 Maybe Lady Macbeth Was Right After All
43 Tech Clash: Nokia Says iPad Infringes Patent
44 Newton's Apple Tree Headed to Space
45 New Version of Yahoo IM Worm Hits Skype Too
46 Bedroom to Boardroom: How the Pill Changed Lives
47 Poll: Most Say The Pill Improved Women's Lives
48 FDA Investigating E. Coli at Ariz. Lettuce Farm
49 World Cup Welcome: A Billion Condoms and 40,000 Sex Workers
50 Greek Debt, Trader Error Eyed in Market Sell-Off
51 Apple Announces iPad International Rollout Dates
52 Facebook Privacy Issues: How to Opt Out
53 How to Keep Your Privacy Safe on Facebook
54 Pot, meet kettle: a response to Steve Jobs' letter on Flash
55 Details continue to leak with latest iPhone OS 4 seeds
56 Review: Penultimate puts multiple notebooks on your iPad
57 Apple combines touch, laser etching for "disappearing" input
58 iPad pushing average apps prices higher, but not by much
59 iPad sales hit the 1 million mark in less than a month
60 Julius Caesar of the Internet
61 FCC chairman proposes increased regulation of Internet service providers
62 Comcast: FCC opening Net neutrality door 'scary'
63 Netbooks? Ha! iPads will replace desktop PCs
64 Has the Big Apple Become the Big Eyeball?
65 Security Cameras: Who's Watching You?
66 Editor Gets Android Running on an iPhone
67 Traffickers in Counterfeit Cisco Networking Hardware Taken Down by Feds
68 Feds Tout Counterfeiter Busts, Grab $143 Million In Phony Cisco Gear
69 Saudi Citizen Selling Fake Cisco Gear Sentenced
70 In Hindsight: From Apple, 1 million iPads; from Google, 'Everything'
71 Report: Apple developing a Flash alternative
72 Southeastern Youngsters Most Likely to be Overweight
73 Bariatric Surgery in Severely Obese Adolescents Debated
74 Weight Loss Surgery for Children a Last Resort
75 Folks 45 and older are loving sexual liberation, AARP survey finds
76 New Mexico: Bat Disease Spreads
77 Group aims to stop spread of deadly bat disease
78 HIV Vaccine Secret Found in 'Elite Controllers'
79 HIV Vaccine Research a Field Apart From Classic Vaccinology
80 How the Gulf Oil Spill Containment Dome Will Work
81 Coyotes in New York City Lead Surge in Urban Wildlife
82 Surprising Skin Cancer Risk: Too Much Driving
83 Girls Confide in Parents More Than Boys
84 Allergy Relief Really Is Possible
85 Brazil and U.S. Ranked Worst for Environmental Impact
86 Surprising New Diet Tip: Lose Weight Quickly
87 Revealing the Explosive Heart of Eta Carinae
88 The Pill Linked to Low Libido in Women
89 25 Percent of U.S. Women Don't Care if They Get Pregnant
90 Ancient Megaflood Washed Across Alaska Landscape
91 Forgetful Lab Rat Gets Alzheimer's for the Sake of Science
92 Humans and Neanderthals Mated, Making You Part Caveman
93 European and Asian genomes have traces of Neanderthal
94 Publisher seeks patent
95 Radiation death sparks Indian safety enquiry
96 Recovery efforts after Gulf Coast oil spill could be as damaging as its cause, says IU expert
97 Research Team Provides Groundbreaking New Understanding of Stem Cells
98 Resurrected Mammoth Blood Very Cool
99 Reducing Fossil Energy Use on the Farm
100 Protecting Genetic Resources
101 Large Amounts of Nitrogen Stored Beneath Selected Agricultural Areas
102 New Early Warning Signs for Heart Attack and Stroke
103 Rare Flower (Titan Arum) Blooms at Western Illinois University Greenhouse
104 A New Approach that Saves Eyesight and Lives in the Developing World
105 Warmer January Temperatures May Favor Expansion of Cryptococcus gattii in Northwest North America
106 Researchers Create New Weathering Index to Measure Rainfall in Ancient Ecosystems
107 Sensitive Persons' Perception Moderates Responses Based On Culture
108 The Bivalve Effect: New Understanding of Marine Ecology Will Enable Better Management of Resources
109 Re-Using Enzymes Key to South Dakota State University Research
110 Scientists Create More Pluripotent Human Embryonic Stem Cells
111 Scientists Alter Developing Brain to Resemble Another
112 Genetic Makeup of Hispanic/Latino Americans Influenced by Native American, European and African American Ancestries
113 Natural Selection for Moderate Testosterone Surprises Scientists
114 Food Insecurity Can Lead to Greater Weight Gain and Complications during Pregnancy
115 Lessons from Mount St. Helens Being Applied Today
116 Early Misdiagnosed Stem Canker Poses Risk for Soybean Growers
117 New Study Sheds Light on Corals' Susceptibility to Temperature Change
118 New Study Ranks Countries on Environment Impact
119 A New Way to Use Herbicides: To Sterilize, Not Kill Weeds
120 Epidemic this year? Check the Lake's Shape
121 The Perfect Spot: Baylor Study Finds Mosquitoes Are Choosy on Where They Lay Their Eggs
122 Designed Biomaterials Mimicking Biology
123 Northeastern University Professor Capturing Stem Cells for Regenerative Medicine Innovation
124 Combination of Direct Antivirals May Be Key to Curing Hep C
125 What Affect Do Low Physical Activity, Tv Watching and Ethnicity Have on Vision?
126 Stream Water Study Detects Thawing Permafrost
127 Missouri S&T Students Win International Hydrogen Design Competition
128 Oil Spill Means Crisis for Wetlands
129 Corn for Food and Fuel
130 Iowa State Researcher Uses Wii Remotes to Teach Lessons in Computer Engineering
131 iPhone Goes Nuclear: Fission? There's an App for That
132 Cornell Expert to Discuss NYC's Urban Wildlife Boom
133 New Technology Raises Bar, Lowers Cost for Groundwater Contaminant Sensors
134 First Landscape Study of Apes and Elephants Released
135 Pluripotent and Differentiated Human Cells Reside in Decidedly Different Epigenomic Landscapes
136 Hormone Suppression Could Help Stressed Trees
137 Satellite Study Covers Forest Loss Worldwide
138 Researchers on NOAA Mission Alter Course to Collect Sediment and Water Samples Near Deepwater Horizon Spill
139 Algae Advances as a "Green" Alternative for Improving Water Quality
140 Risk of Extinction Increases for Cod
141 U.Va. Installs Solar Panels to Help Fuel Electric Car
142 Research Team Develop Agents That Keep Insulin Working Longer
143 Researchers Uncover Fragile X Syndrome Gene's Role in Shaping Brain
144 Brain's Master Switch Is Verified by Researcher
145 Scientists Identify a New Protein Involved in Longevity