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1 ToneCheck Scans Email for Emotions, Flags Loaded Phrases
2 Facebook: Contract Giving Up Ownership Was 'Forged'
3 Get Your Free iPhone 4 Case From Apple
4 Despite Oil, Baby Turtles Being Released to Gulf
5 Ancient Woman Suggests Diverse Migration
6 Phone Group Sues San Francisco Over Radiation Law
7 Manka Bros Take Media by Storm, Online That Is
8 Wal-Mart to Roll out Smart Tags on Men's Basics
9 Scientists: Oil Plumes Definitely From BP's Well
10 Iran Aims to Put Man in Space by 2019: Ahmadinejad
11 LHC closes in on massive particle
12 UK butterfly population tracked in Big Butterfly Count
13 Iran launches nuclear fusion bid
14 Terminator bots aim to give web shoppers the right fit
15 Be careful what you tweet
16 Facebook's battle with privacy and profit
17 Soap Smuggling's "Thelma and Louise"
18 New Evidence on How Americas Got Populated
19 Satellite Images Uncover Water's Retreat in Major Lakes
20 Samsung UK Offers Free Galaxy S Devices to iPhone 4 Users
21 Phone Group Sues SF Over Radiation Law
22 Inflammatory Language Rejected From Wisc. Ballot
23 Sherrod Unsure About Returning to USDA
24 Hundreds of D.C. Teachers Get an "F," Pink Slip
25 Seabird Safety Nixes Hawaii Friday Night Football
26 Coke's Motion to Drop Vitaminwater Suit Denied
27 Want a Booty Like Kim Kardashian? Try This...
28 10 Most Terrifying Parasites Ever (PICTURES)
29 Caltech Team Finds Evidence Of Water In Moon Minerals
30 Israel launches Ofeq-9 satellite
31 House Committee Sets Realistic And Sustainable Path For NASA
32 TanDEM-X Delivers First 3D Images
33 Water On The Moon Is Widespread
34 Elusive Buckyballs Found In Space For First Time
35 WISE Discovers Over 90 Near-Earth Objects
36 Finding Frugal Aliens
37 Clues To Origin Of Mysterious Dark Gamma-Ray Bursts
38 Cassini Sees Moon Building Giant Snowballs In Saturn Ring
39 NASA Goes Deep In Search Of Extreme Environments
40 HP dabbling with Windows 7 tablet computer
41 ISRO Training Next Generation Of Stargazers
42 Children Blast Off To The Moon At Summer Space Camp
43 Hyperfast Star Was Booted From Milky Way
44 Now You See It, Now You Don't
45 Radio Astronomers Develop New Technique For Studying Dark Energy
46 Japan plans space probe to Mercury
47 Pounding Particles To Create Neptune's Water In The Lab
48 Russian Aerospace Company To Send Mission To Mercury
49 Phalanx Sensors Used In Laser Shoot Down Of Airborne Targets
50 Two charged with stealing Neil Armstrong customs form
51 Orbiter Puts Itself Into Standby Safe Mode
52 Soviet, US astronauts mark 35 years since space handshake
53 Apollo-Soyuz: An Orbital Partnership Begins
54 NASA Selects Student Experiments For Space Station
55 Boeing Accepts Delivery Of Key Component For US Army's HEL TD
56 Despite oil, baby turtles being released to Gulf
57 Tablets may allow 're-set' for media: News Corp.
58 Solar drone lands after record 14 days aloft
59 Raytheon unveils Scorpion helmet technology
60 Mars camera yields best Red Planet map ever
61 Destroyed Chinese satellite close to ISS: official
62 Ancient woman suggests diverse migration
63 Inhibiting fatty acids in immune cells decreases atherosclerosis risk
64 Australia's earliest contact rock art discovered
65 Solar-powered process could decrease carbon dioxide to pre-industrial levels in 10 years
66 Time travel theory avoids grandfather paradox
67 Introducing Cornucopia, the food printer
68 India develops 35-dollar 'laptop' for schools
69 New catalyst for hydrogen fuel cells resists CO contamination
70 Laser shoots down drones at sea (w/ Video)
71 New hypothesis for human evolution and human nature
72 Researchers seeking the fourth property of electrons
73 Finding frugal aliens: 'Benford beacons' concept could refocus search for intelligent extraterrestrial life
74 Boeing unveils its commercial capsule spacecraft
75 Quantum Mechanics Not In Jeopardy: Physicists Confirm Decades-Old Key Principle Experimentally
76 Could dark baryons explain dark matter?
77 Climate change causes larger, more plentiful marmots, study shows
78 Researchers discover water on the moon is widespread, similar to Earth's
79 Beware the smell of bitter almonds: Why do many food plants contain cyanide?
80 Does the sun hold a dark secret?
81 Researchers develop a dissolvable needle-free Nanopatch for vaccine delivery
82 Graphene organic photovoltaics, or, will joggers' t-shirts someday power their cell phones?
83 Graphene oxide gets green
84 Nanoribbons for graphene transistors
85 Carbon nanotubes as transistor material
86 New antibacterial material for bandages, food packaging, shoes
87 Protein from poplar trees can be used to greatly increase computer capacity
88 By 'putting a ring on it,' microparticles can be captured
89 Liverpool scientists construct molecular 'knots'
90 Researchers find gene-silencing nanoparticles may put end to pesky summer pest
91 Polymer synthesis could aid future electronics
92 Artificial cells communicate and cooperate like biological cells, ants (w/ Video)
93 Researchers: English ivy may give sunblock a makeover
94 Lessening the Penalty for Creating Block Copolymer Nanostructures
95 Nanomaterials Researcher Working to Improve Nuclear Efficiency
96 Magnetic Nanoparticles Remove Ovarian Cancer Cells from the Abdominal Cavity
97 Nanoparticles Assembled Inside Tumors Trap Drugs and Imaging Agents
98 Nearly Hard as Steel: Aluminum with Fullerenes
99 Explained: Bandgap
100 Pounding particles to create Neptune's water in the lab
101 Cancer-metabolism link runs deep in humans
102 Researchers develop world's first blue-violet ultrafast pulsed semiconductor laser with 100 watt output
103 Highlight: Probing a complex oxide interface directly
104 Quantum entanglement in photosynthesis and evolution
105 Can chaos theory help predict heart attacks?
106 New method developed for synchronizing clocks
107 Advance made toward communication, computing at 'terahertz' speeds
108 First Soft X-rays Explore Ultrafast Magnetic Behaviors
109 Thin-Film Solar Cells: New Insights into the Indium/Gallium Puzzle
110 Light, instead of electrodes, could control deformable mirrors
111 Shutting Off the Large Hadron Collider
112 Refining a cosmic clock
113 Ironing out the causes of wrinkles
114 Gulf of Mexico storm nears oil spill zone
115 Odds for Life Better in Photosynthesis Zones
116 Heat wave warms frigid Baltic Sea waters
117 Warming climate means harsher smog season for California
118 Weather kite gets second wind
119 CO2 reduction policies in Spain strengthen the services sector
120 BP accused of trying to silence science on spill
121 EPA hears from gas drillers, angry Pa. residents
122 Report finds bioenergy production can expand across Africa without displacing food
123 'Super socks' help stem pollution runoff
124 Report calls for coordinated information on climate change
125 Hyperfast Star Was Booted from Milky Way
126 Telescope Finds Elusive Buckyballs in Space for First Time
127 There's a hole in this possible earthquake pattern
128 HP, Microsoft announces new tablet computer
129 Cheers and jeers for Apple at iPad's second Asia launch
130 Fujitsu launches 'easy-easy' seniors' phone
131 Gadgetry buzz overshadows Apple's bedrock business: the Mac
132 Taking Hulu Plus, iPad for a road test
133 Sharp to join e-reader business war
134 Amazon says Kindle sales leapfrog hardback sales
135 Japan's Sharp to release triple-layer 100 GB Blu-ray disc
136 Gadgets: MoviePeg helps your Apple device stand hands-free
137 Panasonic Develops High Power Gallium Nitride Transistor for Long-distance Millimeter-Wave Communication
138 Taiwan, Japan to develop broadband technologies
139 German power plant testing CO2-scrubbing algae
140 App helps San Fran police track stolen iPhone fast
141 Data mining made faster: New method eases analysis of 'multidimensional' information
142 Pilotless drones show new face of war at Farnborough
143 Clean Genes: Chemists Cull the Good Synthetic DNA from the Bad
144 Computer program predicts MRSA's next move
145 'Lab on a Chip' Detects Human, Agricultural Contaminants
146 Crystal clear: Eureka! moment leads to major breakthroughs in structural biology
147 New method revolutionizes study of metal-containing proteins
148 Unearthing King Tet: Key protein influences stem cell fate
149 Novel microfluidic HIV test is quick and cheap
150 Chemists grow crystals with a twist--and untwist
151 Dutch researchers develop anthrax sensor
152 Scientists provide an atomic view of the destruction caused by radiation in extreme environments
153 Concentration, timing and interactions are key when it comes to dietary compounds
154 New light on Leonardo Da Vinci's faces
155 Researchers examine human immune response to virus at the atomic level
156 Most imported olive oils don't match 'extra virgin' claims, study finds
157 Supercharged proteins enter biology's forbidden zone
158 Seabird safety nixes Hawaii Friday night football
159 RNA offers a safer way to reprogram cells
160 For pandas, there is a mountain high enough, there is a valley low enough
161 How Do Cells Die? Biophotonic Tools Reveal Real-Time Dynamics in Living Color
162 Rediscovery: Scientists confirm role for mysterious cell component, the nucleolinus
163 Gut movements in caterpillars inspire soft-body robot design (w/ Video)
164 Scientists discover how deadly fungal microbes enter host cells
165 Math model of colon inflammation singles out dangerous immune cells
166 Not enough hours in the day for endangered apes
167 Mother Nature to provide an environmentally friendly method for reducing mosquitoes
168 A mutation that frustrates DNA repair likely contributes to Fanconi anemia
169 Primitive frogs do a belly flop: Study shows frogs evolved jumping before they refined landing (w/ Video)
170 Scientists isolate the first stages of tissue production in human embryonic stem cells
171 How do you make the perfect sled dog?
172 Wacky weather could squeeze Florida's citrus season
173 Diagnostic 'guidelines' a barrier to prompt relief for some back pain
174 New test will revolutionise the treatment of childhood cancer
175 One-in-six elderly dementia patients receiving anti-psychotic drugs
176 Major breakthrough in Alzheimer research: Looking for Alzheimer's causes at cellular level
177 Irradiating stem cell niche doubles survival in brain cancer patients
178 Gene May Hold Key to Reducing Spread of Oral Cancers
179 Diabetes monitoring device benefits man and man's best friend
180 Sickle cell treatment enters Phase 3 clinical trial
181 Regional variation in health-care spending and utilization higher in Medicare than private sector
182 Researchers isolate importance of gene in breast cancer prognosis
183 To screen or not to screen
184 UN expert: AIDS crisis in the world's prisons
185 Study links more time spent sitting to higher risk of death
186 CDC: 15 US deaths tied to rare tropical fungus
187 New research: Sugar substitutes help reduce caloric intake without overeating or hunger
188 The malicious use of pharmaceuticals: An under-recognized form of child abuse
189 Stem Cells Immune From Presidential Pressures
190 What's in a tweet? Researchers use social media to measure national mood
191 Extreme archaeology: Divers plumb the mysteries of sacred Maya pools
192 'Science' article has implications for all rapidly developing fields
193 Customers less tolerant of employee rudeness than incompetence
194 Family chats can help students learn, especially in richer countries, study shows
195 'The Breakup 2.0:' A look at how new media is used to end relationships
196 Sao Paulo will build Temple of Solomon replica
197 Study of Death Penalty in North Carolina Shows That 'Race Matters'
198 'Cradle of Hope' earns patent for FSU creators
199 Looks like a winner: Scientists demonstrate how much candidate appearances affect election outcomes
200 Peru archaeologists find pre-Inca remains
201 Egypt scours bed of Lake Qarun in search of antiquities
202 Study Finds Media May Be Overhyping Benefits Of Organic Food, Agriculture
203 Pre-Columbian burial ground unearthed in Costa Rica
204 Real ale buffs--Britain's role models for economic recovery
205 Marriage patterns drive fertility decline