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1 Microsoft 'Kinect,' Controller-Free Gaming System, Senses Players' Motions
2 Scientists Retrieve Capsule, Seeking Asteroid Dust
3 10 of the Top Data Breaches of the Decade
4 Forget the VJ: MTV Is Looking for a Twitter Jockey
5 Is Natural Gas a Cleaner Alternative Energy or a Danger to Communities?
6 EXCLUSIVE: Bill Gates: 'We'll have more crises like the oil spill' if we don't invest in clean energy innovation
7 Pentagon Fears Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Will Spill Secrets
8 The World Cup's Social Media Evolution
9 There's More Water on the Moon Than Anyone Thought
10 Japanese Space Probe Finds Unique Asteroid Dust
11 Microsoft's Philly High School Traveled Rocky Road
12 Japan May Quit Whaling Commission If Ban Stays Put
13 T-Mobile Promotion to Offer Free Phones
14 Microsoft Makes Big Push for New Game Audience
15 Microsoft's Newest Office Goes on Sale Tuesday
16 Abby Sunderland: Cashing in on Kids for Fame
17 Idaho Parents Take Boise Hospital to Court Over Newborn's Forced Spinal Tap
18 No Smoking On Campus: More Schools Ban Tobacco Products
19 Astronomers catch exoplanet on the move
20 New evidence supports Mars ocean theory
21 Assisted reproduction boosts deformity risk
22 Champion of safe whale rescue honoured
23 Scientists hope dust unlocks solar secrets
24 Technology could be a pain in teen necks
25 Moon has more water than first thought
26 Climate panel chief welcomes climate debate
27 Barack Obama calls for clean-energy push
28 Ancient woodland record updated to help protect sites
29 Scientists take first steps in growing working livers
30 'Green light' for global biodiversity science panel
31 Afghans say US team found huge potential mineral wealth
32 US experiment hints at 'multiple God particles'
33 'Much more water' found in lunar rocks
34 Uplands of England 'under threat'
35 Prehistoric mammal hair found in Cretaceous amber
36 Wikipedia unlocks divisive pages for editing
37 Microsoft Office 2010 goes on sale worldwide
38 Microsoft slims down Xbox console
39 Technology milestone heralds a more secure internet
40 One Laptop per Child updates design for older pupils
41 Stars come out for gaming party
42 The open-source entrepreneur
43 Tech Brief: Chinese website registrations shrink et al.
44 Neil Gaiman: 'Short stories are like vampires'
45 UK drug addict tells of Taliban recruitment
46 Why is To Kill A Mockingbird so popular?
47 Drug will save lives of accident victims, says study
48 Michael Jackson's doctor free to practise
49 Windscreen water infection risk
50 High meat diet 'linked to early periods'
51 Petting farm visitors 'need more E. coli protection'
52 White rice 'raises diabetes risk,' say US experts
53 Brain 'distorts own body image'
54 Stiletto warning for pregnant women
55 Mothers compete over best children's party
56 Flash of light helps fight cancer
57 iPhone 4 Pre-Ordering Goes Live
58 Camera Survives 1,100-Mile Ocean Odyssey to Fla.
59 If You Want a Free Phone, Here's How
60 Ozzy Osbourne's Genetic Code Being Mapped
61 25-Year Whaling Ban at Risk After Japan Warning
62 Not Your Usual Dad's Day Gifts
63 Earplug Alert: Vuvuzela App Ready for iPhones
64 Annoying World Cup horn comes to iPhone
65 Starbucks to Offer Free, Unlimited Wi-Fi
66 Tablet, New iPhone Rival Said Under Development at RIM
67 New Details of Van der Sloot Confession Revealed
68 Van der Sloot Told Chile Police Thief Was Killer
69 Lawmakers Berate Oil Execs over Response Plans
70 Mediterranean Diet Doesn't Cut Alzheimer's Risk
71 Largest Mass Kidney Donor Swap Ever
72 Jimmy Dean's Legacy: Nitrates, Additives, Sodium
73 Jackson Doctor to Keep CA License, Judge Says
74 Coffee: Drink Up to Prevent Diabetes?
75 Kathy Myers Shot Herself to Get Medical Care
76 Sunderland Puts Focus on Kids Trying for Records
77 Angiotensin Receptor Blockers Linked to Cancer
78 Australian "Angel" Saves Lives at Suicide Spot
79 The Sun as comet snatcher
80 Global warming's impact on Asia's rivers overblown
81 Axe hovers over UK museum jobs
82 New UN science body to monitor biosphere
83 River deltas hint at ancient Martian ocean
84 A wake-up call for dozing Drosophila
85 Mosquito spray affects bird reproduction
86 Companies pledge to make more trial data public
87 Diseased cells fail to win approval
88 Intensive farming may ease climate change
89 MRI set to win reprieve from EU ban
90 Mr. Smits goes to Brussels
91 Enigmatic star could emerge from its gassy cocoon
92 Study of Dominant-Looking Men Yields Surprising Result
93 FDA Cracks Down on Commercial Genetic Testing
94 Why Neurotics Haven't Died Out
95 How to Slow Hair Loss
96 What You Don't Know About the Back of Your Hand
97 Plastic Designer Molecules May Boost Immune System
98 Reality TV Proves Meaner Than Fiction
99 Mystery Explained: How Frozen Humans Are Brought Back
100 The Science of Flash Floods
101 Depression Leads to Weight Gain, Study Confirms
102 Wow! Jets Punch Holes in Clouds and Create Rain
103 Source of Shimmering Butterfly Wing Colors Revealed
104 Video Games With Reckless Driving May Play Out in Real Life
105 Tracking Phosphorus Runoff from Livestock Manure
106 New research into the deep ocean floor yields promising results for microbiologists
107 Taking aim at metastatic lung tumors
108 High yield crops keep carbon emissions low
109 Does pasture irrigation increase groundwater contamination?
110 Reinventing the wheel--naturally
111 Replacing white rice with brown rice or other whole grains may reduce diabetes risk
112 Healthy diet associated with lower risk of cataracts in women
113 Super-yeast generates ethanol from energy crops and agricultural residues
114 Getting to the root of nutrient sensing
115 Flower power: Marking winners and losers
116 Raising the bar for biomolecular modeling
117 Combined BRAF-targeted and immunotherapy shows promise for melanoma treatment
118 BRAF inhibitor shows promising preclinical activity against melanoma
119 Higher anxiety, depression among women may have basis in cell signals
120 Patchwork-like image of developing zebrafish sensory organ
121 Mongoose traditions shed light on evolution of human culture
122 Protein extremes gain relevance in massive proteomic studies
123 New biomarker for raw milk quality detection
124 2009 H1N1 vaccine protects against 1918 influenza virus
125 UM School of Medicine scientists find hormone influences sensitivity to sweetness
126 Tapping into sorghum's weed-fighting capabilities to give growers more options
127 FMP and MDC Researchers Identify a Fundamental Process in Lysosomal Function and Protein Degradation--Disorder Leads to Serious Diseases
128 Leaded gasoline predominant source of lead exposure in latter 20th century
129 Can mental activity protect against memory problems in MS?
130 Moon whets appetite for water
131 Discovery may aid remission of ulcerative colitis
132 Astrocytes affect brain's information signaling
133 Green and fair economic growth with more expensive fossil fuels
134 Brilliant counterfeit protection
135 Ultra-precise optical systems for space
136 Scientists Create Nano-Patterned Superconducting Thin Films
137 Study shows adding UV light helps form 'Missing G' of RNA building blocks
138 Recalculating cell sensing
139 New measurements from Fermilab's MINOS experiment suggest a difference in a key property of neutrinos and antineutrinos
140 Turning a painkiller into a cancer killer
141 Opportunities at light source and neutron facilities
142 New combination effective against pancreatic cancer
143 Organic nanoelectronics a step closer
144 Rosetta's blind date with asteroid Lutetia
145 Gold nanoparticles create visible-light catalysis in nanowires
146 CT angiography may be unnecessary in patients with suspected pulmonary embolism
147 Higher levels of vitamin B6, common amino acid associated with lower risk of lung cancer
148 Study examines reasons patients with early stage lung cancer do not have surgery
149 Different dosing, administration of corticosteroids for severe COPD shows comparable outcomes
150 Findings indicate digestive disorder in infants may be genetic
151 Detection of MRSA in cystic fibrosis patients associated with shorter survival
152 UNC study helps explain why black patients with lung cancer have surgery less often than whites
153 Study: Specific PTSD symptoms related to anger and aggressiveness among Iraq/Afghanistan veterans
154 Major JAMA study examines cystic fibrosis survival rates and MRSA infections
155 Mutations on 3 genes could predispose people to suicidal behaviour
156 Study: Getting patients to take their asthma meds
157 Damage to the frontal cortex of the brain affects our ability to react quickly to a stimulus
158 Inflammatory diseases: Scientists identify antiviral defense
159 Elderly patients in need of heart valve replacements have alternative to surgery
160 Lung cancer research concludes that early diagnosis as key for improving survival
161 Novel paclitaxel formulation encouraging for treating advanced lung cancer
162 NIH-funded scientists find 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza vaccine protects mice from 1918 flu virus
163 Study shows when doctors don't comment, parents tend to underestimate their child's heavy size
164 Pumping up the heat for a climate-friendly future
165 Scientists locate oil plume extending toward Dry Tortugas
166 Mass. General researchers develop functional, transplantable rat liver grafts
167 Online ads can get too close for comfort says new study
168 Podcasting language
169 Study of severe asthma using CT scans
170 A manifesto to make innovation deliver for development
171 GOES-15 Solar X-Ray Imager's Miraculous First Light
172 TGen-VARI-SHC research helps predict success with cancer drugs
173 Genome BC, Chile and Norway take another step closer to fully sequencing the salmon genome
174 Net media are increasingly strong
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