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1 What's in a Name? Astronomers Invite You to Submit One for Radio Telescope
2 MapQuest Moves From Directions to Rankings
3 China Mulls Microblog Limits Before Party Meeting
4 Cheerleaders Chastised for 'Inappropriate' Breast Cancer T-Shirts
5 Can't Buy Love: Materialism Kills Marriages
6 Weight Loss Can Be Maintained
7 Health Issue a Crutch for White Collar Crook?
8 Teamwork Helps Kids Succeed Where Chimps Fail, Scientists Say
9 Beef Up Immunity With Green Veggies
10 Father Outraged Over Body Suspension Artists in Backyard
11 Elf Ears Are the Rage Among Quirky Young Adults
12 Student's Body Modification Religion Questioned After Nose Piercing Controversy
13 Nanotubes makes super-twisty 'muscle'
14 Calls for toilets on Mount Everest
15 Survey uncovers bevy of brown dwarfs
16 Nanotube yarns twist like muscles
17 Dolphins 'decompress like humans'
18 Ancient 'paint factory' unearthed
19 NZ salvage crews race to pump oil from stricken vessel
20 Conservation groups attack government green pledges
21 More radioactive particles found at Dalgety Bay beach
22 Highly radioactive metal found at Dalgety Bay in Fife
23 Cardiff Uni lab researches aircraft lightning strikes
24 Could the US crack high-speed rail?
25 Wish list for a nuclear world
26 Stromatolite colony found in Giant's Causeway
27 Pylon design competition winner revealed
28 Syria uprising: UN says protest death toll hits 3,000
29 Occupy Wall Street: Protesters hail park cleaning delay
30 Italy PM Silvio Berlusconi wins confidence vote
31 Thai PM reassures as Bangkok braces for floods
32 Hollywood hacker apologises to celebrity victims
33 Is Occupy Wall Street bad for the American Dream?
34 Now wash your hands--and your mobile
35 'Superhero' Phoenix Jones: 'I'll keep Seattle safe'
36 France teacher sets herself on fire at Beziers school
37 France arrests over 'casino scam'
38 The big businesses learning how to think small
39 Apple hits Samsung in court again
40 Analogue TV signals to end in October 2012
41 Lady Gaga bans Lady Goo Goo song
42 MPs vote in favour of using Twitter in Commons
43 Lost iPhone 4 prototype sellers escape jail
44 Occupy Wall Street gets support from the rich 1 percent via Tumblr
45 This tech-savvy baby can't figure out how a magazine works
46 Siri is sassy and self-aware
47 Unusual meeting between US, Iran over plot
48 Cheerleaders' cheeky breast cancer shirts spark controversy in Ariz.
49 Women on birth control date bedroom "duds," study suggests
50 Drugged driving report shows high toll among young
51 SuperB particle-accelerator project launches
52 Persistence pays off for crystal chemist
53 Sun-watchers hope giant telescope will get green light
54 France toughens conflict rules
55 A fight for life that united a field
56 Elastec scoops X prize for oil-spill clean-up
57 Kraken versus ichthyosaur: let battle commence
58 Brazil cooks up transgenic bean
59 Liver-disease mutation corrected in human stem cells
60 Indian Ocean communities test tsunami warning system
61 African cave's ancient ochre lab
62 Did Alternative Medicine Kill Steve Jobs?
63 Debris of 'Doomsday' Comet Elenin to Pass by Earth Sunday
64 'Lost' Da Vinci Portrait, and its Origins, Stir Controversy
65 Antarctic Ozone Hole 5th Largest on Record
66 Children's Mental Health Issues are a Growing Cause of ER Visits
67 Single Men Slip Further Behind Married in Cancer Survival
68 How to Survive Falling From a Plane
69 Microbe Census to Delve Deep for Earth's 'Invisibles'
70 The Original Human Language Like Yoda Sounded
71 Fossil Fragment Reveals Giant, Toothy Pterosaur
72 Close Relationship with Mom Affects Teen Sexual Attitudes
73 Distracting Thoughts Block Women from Orgasm
74 Studying Plant Genomes Leads to Better Farming
75 Oldest Human Paint-Making Studio Discovered in Cave
76 Denmark Is Happiest Country, U.S. Misses Top 10
77 Children Like Teamwork More Than Chimps Do
78 Will 'Occupy Wall Street' Boost Support for Redistribution of Wealth?
79 Asteroid Near Earth Discovered by Amateur Astronomers
80 Warped Galaxies Reveal Signs of Universe's Hidden Dark Matter
81 Piranhas' Bark as Bad as Their Bite
82 Love of Money May Mess Up Your Marriage
83 New Cubs Offer Hope for Tigers, But Cats Still Facing Extinction
84 For Tiny Babies, Brain Growth Predicts Intelligence
85 Old Thunder Thighs: T. Rex's Weight Topped 9 Tons
86 5 Facts about the Wealthiest 1 Percent
87 Kind Words Can Lead to Harsh Consequences
88 Glowing Bacteria Make a Pretty Postcard
89 Apple's iPhone 4S Lines May Help Weekend Sales Hit 4 Million
90 Sprint customers line up for first iPhones on sale at the carrier
91 iPhone 4S: Why did you buy yours?
92 Google Kills Buzz
93 All about iCloud: Common signup scenarios
94 How to go PC free with iOS 5 and your iPhone or iPad
95 iPhone 4S carries on the Apple excitement
96 The iPhone Finds Its Voice
97 A New Twist On Artificial Muscles
98 Nanotube muscles twist and turn
99 New twisty carbon nanotubes mimic muscles
100 Get 50GB of free cloud storage with for iOS
101 RIM Suffers 'Awful' Timing for Snag as iPhone Debut Lures Users
102 RIM's Outage: Nail In Coffin?
103 Samsung to press on against Apple after court rejects copyright suit
104 Battle Between Samsung and Apple Heats up
105 In African Cave, Signs of an Ancient Paint Factory
106 Caveman cosmetics? Scientists say ocher tool kits date back 100,000 years.
107 South African cave yields paint from dawn of humanity
108 It's official: Microsoft, Skype marriage consummated
109 Are You at Risk for Heart Disease?
110 Coronary Heart Disease Prevalence in US Continues to Decline
111 Rare transplant gives quadruple amputee two new hands
112 U.K. medical group rejects new skin cancer drug
113 Melanoma Drug Hits Barrier in U.K. Appraisal
114 U.K. Agency Rejects Bristol-Myers Skin Cancer Drug
115 Prostate screening: When more information is a bad thing
116 Panel's Advice on Prostate Test Sets Up Battle
117 Are Your Supplements Killing You?