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1 Nokia Siemens to Buy Motorola Wireless Gear Unit
2 Ahead of the Bell: Texas Instruments to Report Mon
3 Scientists to Make Detailed Map of Calif. Coast
4 Microneedles May Make Getting Flu Shots Easier
5 Aiding Death: Billboards, Books Fight for Death on Your Own Terms
6 America's Healthy Summer: Avoid Heat-Related Illness in Student Athletes
7 Why wearing heels can be a pain
8 Powerful cosmic blast blinds telescope
9 Shrinking sky has scientists baffled
10 Smuggled rare Madagascar tortoises seized in Malaysia
11 Sea piglet--a new name for an endangered species
12 Take back animals, Madagascar told
13 Anti-aircraft laser unveiled at Farnborough Airshow
14 Model of Bloodhound supersonic car unveiled
15 Early HIV treatment will save lives and money, WHO says
16 Vaccine patch may replace needles
17 Ecstasy 'may help trauma victims'
18 Learning The Lessons of "Antennagate"
19 German Minister Slams Facebook Over Privacy
20 Mystery Shrouds Closure of 73,000 Blogs
21 WHO: 5.2M People Received AIDS Drugs in 2009
22 Study: Poverty, More than Race, Linked to HIV
23 Geoengineering can't please everyone
24 Watching a gene at work
25 Ecologists shun the urban jungle
26 Breath of fresh air for brain 'glue' cells
27 NASA's WISE Mission To Complete Extensive Sky Survey
28 Space Weather Turns Into An International Problem
29 3 Questions: Richard Binzel On Astronomers' Powerful New Tool
30 One Tiny Satellite In Space, Whiz Kids Plan Two More
31 Space Solutions Proposed To Lessen Africa's Vulnerability To Natural Disasters
32 Astronomers Discover An Unusual Cosmic Lens
33 US Senate panel votes to extend space shuttle program
34 Special Issue Of Astronomy And Astrophysics Dedicated To Herschel's First Results
35 Wind Cleans Solar Panels
36 Spirit Still Silent
37 AFRL Test Marks Return To In-House Rocket Fuel Development
38 Russia To Start Testing New Angara Rocket In 2013
39 NASA Preparing For DM-2 Test: Now That's Powerful Information
40 NASA Tests Engine Technology To Assist With Future Space Vehicle Landings
41 NASA Goddard Was In The Earthquake Zone
42 Cluster's Decade Of Discovery
43 Art In Space--Or, How To Set Up A Formation
44 Science Team To Study Data From China's First Lunar Probe
45 Caltech Scientists Measure Changing Lake Depths On Titan
46 NASA Finds Super-Hot Planet With Unique Comet-Like Tail
47 A Puzzling Collapse Of Earth's Upper Atmosphere
48 Recipes For Renegade Planets
49 New Zealand inventors produce bionic legs for paraplegics
50 Men Are Like Apes When Competing for Status
51 Cages Change Mice Brains, Lab Studies Questioned
52 Economics Harnessed to Study Drug Cravings
53 Birth Control Effectiveness Linked to Weight
54 Tough Love: Some Marriages Thrive on Blame and Criticism
55 Surprise! Puzzling Three-Horned Dino Is Adult Triceratops
56 Accepting That Good Parents May Plant Bad Seeds
57 Really? The Claim: To Repel Mosquitoes, Use a House Fan
58 Paradise for Fishermen Becomes One for Scientists
59 For a Proton, a Little Off the Top (or Side) Could Be Big Trouble
60 Q. Did You Ever Smoke Pot? A. It's Complicated.
61 Insects as Model Animals
62 How Microbes Defend and Define Us
63 A Scientist Takes On Gravity
64 Q & A: Diagnosing a Tornado
65 Referees' Calls May Get Lost in Their Translation
66 Officials Call Results of Well Test Encouraging
67 Robert Galambos, Neuroscientist Who Showed How Bats Navigate, Dies at 96
68 Project's Fate May Predict the Future of Mining
69 Trying to Stop Cattle Burps From Heating Up Planet
70 California May Drop Its Official State Rock
71 An Artificial Heart Its Makers Say Could Be a Standard Replacement
72 Texas Oil Baron Is Promoting Solar Energy
73 Senate Democrats to Pursue a Smaller Energy Bill
74 Love Among Finches: It's Not All About Looks
75 A Mass Mating Signal Over the Smoky Mountains
76 Strong Winds, and a Mist Net for Sparrows
77 Senate Committee's NASA Plan Cuts Moon Program
78 BP Pressed to Assess 'Seep' Near Its Well
79 From a Gulf Oyster, a Domino Effect
80 Animal Autopsies in Gulf Yield a Mystery
81 Amid Tests, BP Sees No Signs of Damage to Well
82 Beyond a Gulf Cleanup
83 Does Middle East Oil Get a Carbon Subsidy?
84 Drug Trials Test Bold Plan to Slow Alzheimer's
85 Bureaucracy Meets Art, Delighting Christo
86 Ranchers and Drug Barons Threaten Rain Forest
87 New York Is Not Just Hot, but Parched
88 U.S. Allows BP to Keep Well Closed for Another Day
89 Rethinking the Measure of Growth
90 After Oil Spills, Hidden Damage Can Last for Years
91 Old Bones Yield a New Age of Dinosaurs in Thailand
92 Caldecott Tunnel fourth bore dig unearths fossils from millions of years ago
93 Mercury in Crystal Springs fish puzzles scientists
94 Oil cap kept shut despite seepage near broken well
95 Fight elephants with peppers, U.N. tells farmers
96 Microsoft and NASA Team Up On 3-D Space Images
97 Investors worry about seepage at capped BP well
98 Bowls of Human Fingers and Teeth Found in Mayan Tomb
99 NASA telescope made in Utah set to finish survey
100 Microneedles may make getting flu shots easier
101 Wide-eyed primate caught on camera for first time
102 Lindsay Lohan faces Paris Hilton treatment in jail
103 Biscuit Basin boardwalk reopens in Yellowstone
104 Louie Who scores another win for South Africa
105 Parents Can Help Limit Kids' Exposure to Medical Imaging
106 Cancer risk slightly higher in IVF kids: study
107 IVF Linked to Greater Childhood Cancer Risk, Says Study
108 Autistic Kids Often Fussier Eaters, but Nutrition OK
109 Many False-Positive HIV Test Results for Those in AIDS Vaccine Trials
110 Cash payments reduce HIV risk: World Bank studies
111 Treating HIV also prevents its spread, study finds
112 Bill Clinton, Gates: Fight AIDS more efficiently
113 WHO: 5.2 million people on AIDS drugs in 2009