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1 Gulf Oil Spill Disaster: The Animals Most at Risk
2 iPhone 4 Owners Report Complaints
3 Apple Works to Keep up With Crush of iPhone Demand
4 Twitter Settles With FTC Over Data Security Lapses
5 Judge Rebuffs Viacom in YouTube Copyright Case
6 Techy Russian President Gets New iPhone Before Release and Starts Tweeting
7 Heading For Muscle Beach? Check Out the Voices
8 'Boston Med' Episode 1: Double Lung Transplant
9 Gen. Stanley McChrystal's Resignation: Psychological Fallout?
10 Oregon Doctor Opens Death Clinic
11 Death Drugs Cause Uproar in Oregon
12 Families of Dying Say Assisted Suicide Is Right
13 Belgian Case Reignites 'Brain Dead' Debate as Catholics Order Force Feedings
14 UK Doctors: Fetus Can't Feel Pain Before 24 Weeks
15 Big Algae Bloom Expanding off China's East Coast
16 Report: Toxins Found in Whales Bode Ill for Humans
17 FCC Temporarily Pauses Review of Comcast, NBC Deal
18 Sports Illustrated Puts out iPad App
19 New Problem Delays Ariane Rocket Launch
20 Study Finds Welfare Cuts Can Cost Lives
21 Jumping Genes Make Each Person Unique: Study
22 U.S. Scientists Create Artificial Lungs, of Sorts
23 Malaria accompanied humans out of Africa
24 Touch affects how people feel
25 Scientists create 'artificial' lungs
26 Mars' entire surface was shaped by water
27 African livestock offers 'untapped genetic resource'
28 Hayabusa asteroid capsule opening gets under way
29 Baby deaths link to Roman 'brothel' in Buckinghamshire
30 Lunar eclipse 'magnified' in US
31 Bionic feet for amputee cat
32 Why kangaroos evolved small arms and long legs
33 Experts rediscover plant presumed extinct for 60 years
34 Food for thought from Japan's accused
35 Apple issues advice to avoid iPhone flaw
36 Government to axe hundreds of 'unnecessary' websites
37 Sex domain gets official approval
38 Health advice smartphone app launches in South Africa
39 Bonfire of the websites
40 Porn Sites Closer to .xxx Web Address
41 An Ice Cream Machine That Measures Smiles
42 NASA shots show aftermath of Mexico quake (images)
43 Scientists Grow A Rat Lung In The Laboratory
44 Apple Acknowledges iPhone 4 Antenna Issue
45 Asian Carp: They're Getting Near and Why That's Bad News
46 Video: Despite NY Heat, iPhone 4 Customers Line Up
47 Whales Threatened by Toxic Metals in the Water
48 Reports of Tech Glitches in Apple iPhone 4
49 Minn. Man Indicted for Threats to Vice President
50 Dr. Phil Takes Up Cyber-Bullying Fight
51 Parent Brawl Erupts At CA Kindergarten Graduation
52 Kyron Horman's Parents: Stepmom Wants Him Found
53 Deaths of Children in Hot Cars Hit Grim Record
54 Obama Heads to Canada for Economic Summits
55 U.S. Economic Growth Up 2.7%, Less Than Expected
56 Congress Agrees on Sweeping Financial Reform
57 Making lungs in the lab
58 Oil-spill health risks under scrutiny
59 Hotspots leave magnetic scars on Mars
60 Getting Fat? Blame the Kids
61 Dark Side of Medical Research: Widespread Bias and Omissions
62 Breakthrough: Lab Lungs Live and Breathe
63 Just a Touch Can Influence Thoughts and Decisions
64 Earthquake Moved California City 31 Inches
65 U.S. Last in Health Care Among 7 Industrialized Countries
66 La Nina Looms, Scientists Say
67 Mammals Chewed Dinosaur Bones, Discovery Reveals
68 Jet Lag Leaves Kidneys In Another Time Zone
69 Scientists Predict Your Behavior Better Than You Can
70 Personality Predicted by Size of Different Brain Regions
71 Brain's Courage Center Located
72 World's Largest Dinosaur Graveyard Linked to Mass Death
73 Weird Antimatter Particles Discovered Deep Underground
74 Nematodes vanquish billion dollar pest
75 Profiling prostate cancer
76 Yale scientists implant regenerated lung tissue in rats
77 Behavior breakthrough: Like animals, plants demonstrate complex ability to integrate information
78 Researchers develop living, breathing human lung-on-a-chip
79 Virus-plus-susceptibility gene combo triggers disease
80 Stanford study uses genetic approach to manipulate microbes in gut
81 Mysterious cilium functions as cellular communication hub, Stanford study shows
82 23andMe novel, Web-based/participant-driven GWAS replicates genetic associations
83 System that controls sleep may be same for most mammals
84 Connecting the dots: How light receptors get their message across
85 New UM School of Medicine study finds more variation in human genome than expected
86 Genetics in bloom
87 Sight recovery in mice
88 Virus works with gene to cause Crohn's-like illness
89 Wining and dining your way to better eyesight
90 Ronin recruits protein 'allies' to sustain embryonic stem cell growth
91 New diagnostic test for bladder cancer
92 Aggressive action to reduce soot emissions needed to meet climate change goals
93 A life-changing partnership
94 Down with jet lag
95 Messenger RNAs are regulated in far more ways than previously appreciated, CSHL team finds
96 Tropical biodiversity is about the neighbors
97 Vitamin D and mental agility in elders
98 VLT detects first superstorm on exoplanet
99 New method of peptide synthesis makes it easier to create drugs based on natural compounds
100 Solving the puzzle of the BK ion channel
101 Ghost particle sized up by cosmologists
102 Nanowires for the electronics and optoelectronics of the future
103 'Quantum computer' a stage closer with silicon breakthrough, reports Nature journal
104 Nna proteins play role in catastrophic neuron death in mice, flies--and perhaps people
105 New 'fix' for cosmic clocks could help uncover ripples in space-time
106 How the first step affects the (watery) result
107 Was Venus once a habitable planet?
108 Addiction: a loss of plasticity of the brain?
109 MIT chemists find an easier way to synthesize new drug candidates
110 Delayed time zero in photoemission
111 ISU researcher develops green, bio-based process for producing fuel additive
112 Gene Therapy a Step Closer to Mass Production
113 Researchers at UH work to prevent neurological diseases
114 UD prof helps discover new chemical method important to drug design, agrichemicals
115 Researchers Call for 'No-Regrets' Approach to Climate Warming
116 Do bosons ever masquerade as fermions?
117 Testing the best-yet theory of nature
118 How not to blow up a molecule
119 Wet era on early Mars was global
120 Psychotropic medications can cause birth defects
121 Automated telephone reminders increase colon cancer screenings
122 Moldy homes a serious risk for severe asthma attacks in some
123 Despite the guidelines, lower blood pressure might be unhealthy for kidney patients
124 Teens and alcohol study: Parenting style can prevent binge drinking
125 Ingredient in red wine may prevent some blinding diseases
126 'BC5' material shows superhard, superconducting potential
127 Analyzing food and beverages with magnetic levitation
128 New medical weapons to protect against anthrax attacks
129 To predict atherosclerosis, follow the disturbed blood flow
130 Studies confirm presence, severity of pollution in national parks
131 Enterprise PCs Work While They Sleep, Saving Energy and Money
132 University of Denver neuropsychologist says most concussions deliver 95g's
133 Depth Charge: Using Atomic Force Microscopy to Study Subsurface Structures
134 NIST's Blast Resistance Standards Keep the Boom from the Room
135 Scientists Create 3D Models of Whole Mouse Organs