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1 Clearing leads to rise in malaria in Brazil
2 Obese have worse sexual health
3 Shiny space rock dazzles astronomers
4 Kuiper Belt world measured in star pass
5 San Francisco set to pass cell phone radiation law
6 BP to fund $20bn Gulf of Mexico oil spill payout
7 Next-generation Iridium to launch on SpaceX Falcon 9
8 German cathedral bones 'are Saxon queen Eadgyth'
9 Cornish ferry stowaway shrew flown home
10 Can painting a mountain restore a glacier?
11 Oil spill muddies green political waters
12 Video game veteran gets overhaul
13 Bebo sold by AOL after just two years
14 O2 investigates network problems
15 APB, Maple Story and the future of games
16 The Brits Blitz E3
17 The end of e-mail?
18 Tech Brief: Ads, ads everywhere, et al.
19 Cyber-war a growing threat warn experts
20 'More and more rules' on pregnancy
21 Male menopause is 'rare' but it is not a myth
22 Medical drama: Playing sick to teach doctors
23 Hope Fades For Stranded Whale In Danish Fjord
24 Why iPhone 4 Flub Won't Dent Apple
25 Victim of its Own Success, Apple Delays iPhone 4 Ship Date
26 Skimmers Move at Slow Pace Taking Oil from Gulf
27 Scientists: Earth Catastrophic Meteor Theory Wrong
28 FCC Set To Reconsider Broadband Rules Thursday
29 SF Moves Closer to Require Posting Cell Emission Levels
30 Apple Blowout: 600,000 Pre-Orders for iPhone 4
31 Is Joran van der Sloot a Serial Killer? Ex-FBI Agent Paul Lindsay Responds
32 Climate Bill Faces Long Odds in the Senate
33 BP "Small People" Comment Angers Gulf Residents
34 Boehner Added BP Stock, Others Dropped Oil Co.
35 NY Jets Uncork "Jets Uncorked" Wine
36 Study: Obese Women Have Less Sex, More Babies
37 Sizing Up a Mate? Strangers' Views Seem to Count
38 Clearing Up HPV Myths
39 Female Viagra Falls Short, FDA Says
40 BP CEO Tony Hayward "Devastated" by Oil Spill
41 Beer Pong Olympics: Getting Drunk, Rich in NJ
42 Gulf oil spill: Mississippi River hydrology may help reduce oil onshore
43 Brain study shows that the opinions of others matters
44 Physicists help biologists to understand protein folding
45 Willow Garage's PR2 robot learns to play pool (w/ Video)
46 Signal like you mean it: New study shows orangutan gestures carry specific intentional meanings
47 Starling flocks fly like a single entity (w/ Video)
48 Comet cause for climate change theory dealt blow by fungus
49 FCC set to reconsider broadband regulations (Update)
50 Communication through chemistry: 'Fuses' convey information for hours
51 Sea creatures flee oil spill, gather near shore
52 Water-splitting Photocatalyst Brought to Light
53 Researchers develop ultra-simple method for creating nanoscale gold coatings (w/ Video)
54 Mergers Most Likely Fuel for Active Galaxies
55 Strange Martian Spirals Explained
56 110-foot concrete bridge withstands 8.0 earthquake simulation (w/ Video)
57 Peering into the never before seen (w/ Video)
58 Astronomers study Kuiper Belt object during stellar occultation
59 New insights into volcanic activity on the ocean floor
60 Scientists use volcanic emissions to study Earth's atmospheric past
61 Study identifies proteins that modulate life span in worms
62 Researchers unzip symptoms of the 'male menopause'
63 Using science to identify true soccer stars
64 Relying too much on e-mail bad for business, study says
65 Dinosaur-chewing mammals leave behind oldest known tooth marks
66 If mother has tooth decay, odds increase that child does too
67 Fully epitaxial microcavities: Open the door to quantum optoelectronic effects in the GaN-based system
68 Researchers Discover New Properties of World's Thinnest Material
69 Nanotech Speakers Hold Promise for Sonar Uses
70 Self-assembling devices: Design and synthesis of organic devices
71 Scientists track electrons in molecules
72 For the first time, researchers observe graphene sheets becoming buckyballs (w/ Video)
73 Engineers turn a drawback--the stickiness of gold nanoparticles--into an advantage
74 Scientists Strive to Replace Silicon with Graphene on Nanocircuitry
75 Stretching single molecules allows precision studies of interacting electrons
76 Walls falling faster for solid-state memory
77 Layered footballs: First two-dimensional organic metal made of fullerenes
78 Nanotech yields major advance in heat transfer, cooling technologies
79 A 'huge step' toward mass production of graphene
80 Liposome-hydrogel hybrids: No toil, no trouble for stronger bubbles
81 Graphene makes light work of aircraft design
82 Aiming to boost electronics performance, researchers capture images of sub-nano pore structures for the first time
83 Study finds there may be multiple 'God particles'
84 Analysis of atmosphere in Phoenix, Ariz., suggests new model for sound urban growth policies
85 Understanding robustness in organisms--a potential weapon against infectious diseases
86 Experiment finally proves 100-year-old thought experiment is possible (w/ Video)
87 Physicists Propose New Method for Quantum Computing
88 Opportunities at light source and neutron facilities
89 New measurements from MINOS experiment suggest a difference in a key property of neutrinos and antineutrinos
90 Reinventing the wheel--naturally
91 Scientists Create Nano-Patterned Superconducting Thin Films
92 Recalculating cell sensing: Mobile cells are more sensitive than once thought
93 Solution to beading-saliva mystery has practical purposes
94 Physicists to send highest-intensity neutrino beam from Illinois to South Dakota
95 Astronomers witness a star being born
96 Space-odyssey asteroid pod arrives in Japan
97 Storing carbon dioxide deep underground in rock form
98 Using bacteria in oil wells to convert oil to natural gas
99 System 92L's chances for tropical development extremely diminished
100 Research is getting closer to understanding critical nucleus in haze formation
101 Pan-STARRS asteroid hunter and sky surveyor now fully operational
102 Afghanistan's Kabul Basin faces major water challenges
103 VISTA views the Sculptor Galaxy (w/ Video)
104 Geochemist raises questions about carbon sequestration
105 NASA Releases Kepler Data on Potential Extrasolar Planets
106 Japan iPhone pre-orders trigger long lines
107 Robot martial arts fighters to face off in S. Korea
108 RIM making new touchscreen smartphone, tablet device
109 Samsung Launches LED Large Format Display
110 NanoEngineers Print and Test Chemical Sensors on Underwear (w/ Video)
111 Internet sleuths get new way to report stolen data
112 France joins probes into Google Street View
113 Toshiba, Fujitsu to merge mobile phone business
114 Nuclear power vital to cutting CO2 emissions: report
115 San Francisco passes mobile phone radiation law
116 Music publishers file copyright suit against LimeWire
117 AOL close to selling Bebo to private investment firm
118 Sanyo announces world's most efficient solar module
119 Iridium to launch new telecom satellites
120 Broadband booms in Asia but regulations hinder growth
121 Is the new Apple ruthless at its core?
122 Tribal internship students energize alternative fuel science
123 Motorola Introduces Cost-Effective Single RAN Solution for WiMAX Evolution
124 Simple tools to do a home-energy audit--and save
125 Asian technology firms bet on a 3D future
126 Experiment turns up the heat on natural selection, reveals new details of an evolutionary mechanism
127 Peaches, plums induce deliciously promising death of breast cancer cells
128 New evidence that smokeless tobacco damages DNA and key enzymes
129 Travelling atoms discard electrons that prove vital to bonding oxygen on catalyst, cleanup
130 Texas Tech's Fibertect Absorbent Can Clean Gulf Oil Spill's Crude, Hold Toxic Oil and Mustard Vapors
131 Protein extremes gain relevance in massive proteomic studies
132 New biomarker for raw milk quality detection
133 Mobile Lab with Bio-Chip Tests Water Quality
134 Study shows adding UV light helps form 'Missing G' of RNA building blocks
135 Glide wax like tarring a plastic boat
136 Raising the bar for biomolecular modeling
137 Diamond synchrotron set to develop new ways to detect cancer
138 Electric plastics
139 Collagen manufactured from transgenic tobacco plants
140 Research another step towards orthopaedic implants made from shell
141 Self-defense strategies of moss: Chemists discover what spoils the appetite of slugs
142 Plastic antibody works in first tests in living animals
143 Battle of the bugs leaves humans as collateral damage
144 New research shows malaria threat is as old as humanity
145 Research reveals exotic Henslow Crabs in North Sea
146 Dog-fighting DNA database established to help crack down on animal cruelty
147 New world Helicobacter pylori genome sequenced, dynamics of inflammation-related genes revealed
148 Flower power makes tropics cooler, wetter
149 South Korean researchers say they cloned endangered cow
150 Consequences of being rich
151 Wild potato germplasm holds key to disease resistance
152 Citizen science: Birders contribute valuable data on invasive plant species
153 Super-yeast generates ethanol from energy crops and agricultural residues
154 Crayfish brain may offer rare insight into human decision making
155 A new view of fossils: The behavior of ancient life forms
156 World's oldest fig wasp fossil proves that if it works, don't change it
157 Mongoose traditions shed light on evolution of human culture
158 Inbred sperm fertilize fewer eggs: research
159 Researchers identify protein that modulates metabolic dysfunction in obesity
160 Is sense of direction hard wired, or is it learned?
161 Education matters: Study of women's health insurance links education to coverage
162 Body-image distortion predicts onset of unsafe weight-loss behaviors
163 The broken cell 'stopwatch': Discovery could lead to new leukaemia blood test
164 Gut-residing bacteria trigger arthritis in genetically susceptible individuals
165 Physical fitness may help reduce chronic disease risk in college students
166 PTSD: The serotonin system influences vulnerability and treatment
167 New link identified for bipolar disorder
168 Connection elucidated between obesity, salt sensitivity and high blood pressure
169 Stem Cells from Fat May Help Heal Bone in Wounded Soldiers
170 AP-GfK poll: Public thumbs up for Obama health law
171 Low calcium intake linked with increased risk of osteoporosis and hypertension in postmenopausal women
172 A nutritional supplement for treating chronic hepatitis C: Viusid
173 Constraining the reign of ancient Egypt
174 Australian amber is treasure trove of ancient life
175 2014--the next world crisis?
176 Consumer responses to Gulf oil spill reflect Americans' changing corporate expectations
177 On the face of it, voting's superficial
178 Talking on your cell phone while driving may be hazardous to your close relationships
179 Faster employees may indirectly motivate colleagues to increase production
180 Net media are increasingly strong
181 The Thunderstone Mystery
182 To plan or not to plan is not the right question
183 Working parents no longer have to do it tough
184 What do we really know about the crucifixion of Jesus?