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1 Tahoe's bear break-ins force killings
2 Silicon Valley becoming a hub of electric vehicles
3 US unveils plan to make online transactions safer
4 Thousands of Taiwanese protest China trade pact
5 Hong Kong air pollution blamed on political system
6 Death toll in flood-stricken south China nears 400
7 Obama, Cameron expected to talk BP spill
8 Space Station to Put on Sky Show This Weekend
9 Restaurant serves lion burgers despite protests
10 Big algae bloom expanding off China's east coast
11 U.S. appeals court reinstates stem cell suit
12 Space shuttle missions likely to be postponed: NASA
13 British PM fears BP's "destruction"
14 Storm could be latest problem in spill cleanup
15 Soccer Stars Ranked Using Statistics
16 Bionic British cat gets faux paws
17 Little spent on oil spill cleanup technology
18 Whaling meeting delays decision on hunting 1 year
19 What is killing Argentina's right whales?
20 Records show county failed to clean up water at Pescadero farm
21 New Jersey town considering a topless beach
22 Vitamins May Not Curb High Blood Pressure in Pregnant Diabetics
23 Dulera Inhaler Approved for Asthma
24 Is obesity a factor in rising stroke rates in women?
25 Should We Worry About the Polio Outbreak in Tajikistan?
26 UK body rejects Novartis drug Glivec after surgery
27 German court approves euthanasia with patient consent
28 G8 pledges five bln dlrs to fight child illness
29 Drug Helps Tackle Type 2 Diabetes in New Way, Study Says
30 U.S. Report Finds Too Few Clinics Target Diabetes, Obesity
31 Group will sue McDonald's over Happy Meal toys
32 iPhone 4 Leads the Pack With Stunning Design, Interface
33 Giant, Tilted Exoplanets Like It Hot
34 Baby Red Panda Born at National Zoo
35 ASCAP Assails Free-Culture, Digital-Rights Groups
36 United Airlines Tries Hypermiling a Boeing
37 Subscription Hulu: Beginning of the End for Cable, Satellite TV?
38 Can Adam Carolla Time-Shift Podcasts Back to Real Time
39 You Don't Want ISPs to Innovate
40 Alt Text: New Ideas to Turn E-Readers Into Me-Readers
41 DARPA Push: Solar Cells Tough Enough to Handle a War
42 To Reach Afghans, Pentagon Drafts Mimes, Storytellers, Wizard of Oz
43 Secret of AA: After 75 Years, We Don't Know How It Works
44 Apple's iPhone 4 Launch Draws Huge Crowds Worldwide
45 Sense of Touch Shapes Snap Judgments
46 Electrolux Shows BP How Green Marketing Is Done
47 Isaac Newton and Physics for Kids
48 Bionic Cat Walks on Prosthetic Legs
49 Sperm Whale Voices Are Personal
50 U.S. Army Considering Fuel Cells on Tanks
51 Plastic Logic Que E-Reader Turns Into Vaporware
52 Apple's Response to iPhone 4 Antenna Problem: You're Holding It Wrong
53 Was Venus Once A Habitable Planet
54 The Earth From The Moon
55 The Coolest Stars Come Out Of The Dark
56 New Clues Suggest Wet Era On Early Mars Was Global
57 Brown Team Finds Widespread Glacial Meltwater Valleys On Mars
58 Russia And Europe May Join Forces To Protect Earth From Asteroids
59 India Tells USA To Remove ISRO And DRDO From Blacklist
60 Opportunity Completes Three Drives This Week
61 Japan lab finds trace of gas in deep space asteroid pod
62 Galaxy Encounter Fires Up Quasar
63 Astronomers Find Cause Of "Dicky Tickers"
64 UF Astronomers Pioneer New Planet-Observing Technique
65 Ghost Particle Sized Up By Cosmologists
66 Evidence For Why We Exist
67 NASA Radar Images Show How Mexico Quake Deformed Earth
68 Single Directed Energy Systems Team Created in Albuquerque
69 Astro Anthracene
70 Google assessing China's new rule on web mapping
71 US Congress approves new Iran sanctions
72 F-35 Navy Jet Confirms Carrier-Landing Strength Predictions
73 France Hands Over Night Vision And Comms Technology To Russia
74 Romania, US start talks on missile shield: official
75 Chinese military buys traditional medicine
76 New Vaccine Strategies Could Safely Control Rift Valley Fever
77 Iran to declare conditions for nuclear talks next week
78 Saft Lithium-Ion Battery Technology To Provide Renewable Energy Storage
79 Highly Efficient Solar Cells Could Result From Quantum Dot Research
80 Vietnam plans eight nuclear power plants by 2030
81 IAEA ready to help Egypt with nuclear programme
82 Sweden to build new nuclear reactors
83 China's quake mothers torn between grief and joy
84 Jet Lag Sends Brain Ahead A Time Zone, Leaves Kidneys In Another
85 ATM hack promises teller machine jackpot
86 Microsoft in legal duel with cloud computing star Salesforce
87 Space shuttle missions likely to be postponed: NASA
88 Chromosomal variations found in early passage female embryonic stem cells
89 Soil-borne pathogens drive tree diversity in forests, study shows
90 Old males win sex battle
91 Mechanism that may trigger degenerative disease identified
92 Researchers design more reliable invisibility cloak
93 Humans will be extinct in 100 years says eminent scientist
94 Why chimpanzees attack and kill each other
95 Geologist investigates canyon carved in just three days in Texas flood
96 Scientists find explanation for blindsight
97 Paws for thought: Oscar the bionic cat
98 Experiment tests underpinnings of quantum field theory, Bose-Einstein statistics of photons
99 Google deletes two Android applications remotely
100 Super-complex organic molecules found in interstellar space
101 Scientists see evidence that rules of particle physics may need a rewrite
102 Delayed time zero in photoemission: New record in time measurement accuracy
103 Answer to what ended the last ice age may be blowing in the winds, paper says
104 Italian scientists who failed to predict L'Aquila earthquake may face manslaughter charges
105 Physicists investigate the role of quantum entanglement in the magnetic compasses of animals
106 Buzz builds around electric cars as Nissan plans debut
107 Lithium market could bloom as tide goes out on oil
108 Imaging reveals how brain fails to tune out phantom sounds of tinnitus
109 Spaghetti highway for cells: Noodle-shaped string of aligned nanofibers promises better tissue regeneration
110 NIST team advances in translating language of nanopores
111 Depth Charge: Using Atomic Force Microscopy to Study Subsurface Structures
112 Large sheets of graphene film produced for transparent electrodes (w/ Video)
113 Life of plastic solar cell jumps from hours to 8 months
114 New method for mass-producing graphene developed
115 Using carbon nanotubes in lithium batteries can dramatically improve energy capacity
116 Towards nanowire solar cells with a 65-percent efficiency
117 Tracking the 'evolution' of nanoparticles as they decontaminate groundwater
118 How not to blow up a molecule
119 'Quantum computer' a stage closer with silicon breakthrough
120 A Mine for Dark Matter
121 Physicists simulate sounds of the Higgs boson (w/ Video)
122 Sound creates light: German researchers transfer ultra-stable frequency across a 480-km-long optical fiber link
123 Neutrino mass: 'Ghost particle' sized up by cosmologists
124 Liquid crystals light way to better data storage
125 Early results from the world's brightest X-ray source
126 'BC5' material shows superhard, superconducting potential
127 Report describes the physics of the 'bends'
128 Engineering researchers achieve organic laser breakthrough
129 MIT releases major report: The Future of Natural Gas
130 Probing Pavilion Lake
131 Earth to Lend Helping Hand to Comet Craft
132 Image: The Earth From The Moon
133 India joins Thirty Meter Telescope project
134 Green energy from algae
135 Science uncovers the hidden secrets of world-famous paintings
136 Thin films show surprising reactivity, could lead to better fuel cells
137 New method of peptide synthesis makes it easier to create drugs based on natural compounds
138 Don't Compare Bananas to Pears
139 Plastics used to fix teeth could help prevent spread of disease
140 Analyzing food and beverages with magnetic levitation
141 New medical weapons to protect against anthrax attacks
142 In elevated carbon dioxide, soybeans stumble but cheatgrass keeps on truckin'
143 Research offers clues to Alzheimer's disease
144 Dutch researcher develops catalysts for clean drinking water
145 Ascension Island 'extinct' parsley fern rediscovered during International Year of Biodiversity
146 What is killing Argentina's right whales?
147 Messenger RNAs are regulated in far more ways than previously appreciated, study finds
148 Tropical biodiversity is about the neighbors
149 Chimpanzee trend-setters: New study shows that chimps 'ape' the prestigious
150 Whaling meeting delays decision on hunting 1 year
151 Fish out of water: Gene clue to evolutionary step
152 Agriculture's next revolution--perennial grain--within sight
153 Connecting the dots: How light receptors get their message across
154 Researcher explain how embryo fights retroviral infection
155 If we build 'walkable' neighborhoods, will people walk?
156 Bird flu: In the plumage the secret of virus spread success
157 Top German court approves euthanasia with patient consent
158 Ingredient in red wine may prevent some blinding diseases
159 New tools for earlier breast cancer diagnosis
160 Vitamin D and mental agility in elders
161 Diabetes doubles risk of heart attack and strokes
162 New diagnostic test for bladder cancer
163 Researcher Confirms Blueberries Can Improve Cardiovascular Health
164 Reusable Grocery Bags Contaminated With E. Coli, Other Bacteria
165 Studies identify genetic links to kidney disease, kidney failure
166 Proposed rules would allow metric only labeling for some products
167 Rushing Too Fast to Online Learning?
168 Epidemic played large role in shift of attitudes on abortion, author says
169 For child readers, 'once more with feeling'
170 Neuroscience website wins prestigious Science prize
171 King Tut died of blood disorder: German researchers
172 Archaeologists Find Oldest Paintings of Apostles in Roman Catacombs
173 Survey challenges popular beliefs about high-tech startup patents
174 Companies gain when employees substitute volunteering for regular work