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1 Google Wave, Reincarnated
2 Wired Petri Dish Gives Real-Time Updates
3 New Metal Deposits Found at Rare Earth Mine
4 The Rare-Earth Crisis
5 Can the U.S. Rare-Earth Industry Rebound?
6 The Quasicrystal Laureate
7 Mouthpieces Gather Impact Data from Football Players
8 Repaired Stem Cells Treat Liver Disease in Mice
9 Startup Lets You Save and Share Parts of Web Pages
10 One Smart Phone, Two Personalities
11 Can AIDS Be Cured?
12 Medicine's New Toolbox
13 Blocking Enzyme Prevents Obesity
14 The Web Is Reborn
15 Flocking Together on the Web
16 Let's Talk, iPhone
17 Apple's New iPhone Would Like to Talk
18 Rethinking the Cell Phone
19 A New Twist on Artificial Muscles
20 Space Companies Hatch Plans for Reusable Rockets
21 GM Ditches the Gas Tank in Its New Electric Car
22 How to Spot Circulating Tumor Cells
23 An App to Help You Sleep Better
24 Netflix's Qwikster Debacle
25 A long-standing puzzle over periodic oscillations in the decay of some elements may have finally been solved, say physicists
26 A Tablet for the Blind?
27 How Cryptography Will Guarantee Genomic Privacy
28 Could Apple TV Use Siri?
29 Faster-than-Light Neutrino Puzzle Claimed Solved by Special Relativity
30 Bacteria Genetically Engineered to Grow in Stripes
31 Dennis Ritchie, Co-Creator of C and Unix, Dies
32 Memory Trick Could Speed Up the Web
33 Car Warns When Your Blood Sugar Is Low
34 Small Nukes Get Boost
35 Facebook Privacy: Lawsuit Charges Facebook Tracked Users Even After they Logged Off
36 Erica Jong's 'Fear of Flying' Goes Digital
37 Intel 3Q Numbers Come Amid PC Industry Struggles
38 Mike Daisey Turns His Wit on Apple's Steve Jobs
39 Europe's Top Court Bans Stem Cell Patents
40 Ahead of the Bell: Lawyers to Argue YouTube Suit
41 Caveman Politics: Americans Like Their Presidents Tall
42 Short People Debunk New Study on Height
43 Age or Stress? The Graying of Barack Obama
44 Plaque, Appendicitis Bacterium Linked to Colon Cancer
45 FCC Test to Measure Cellphone Radiation Flawed, Group Says
46 Titanic skies beckon extreme balloonists
47 Doctors discourage videos for kids under two
48 Climate change 'grave threat' to security and health
49 Med Bluefin tuna catch 'unabated'
50 European court ruling 'threatens stem cell work'
51 Richard Branson dedicates Virgin Galactic spaceport
52 Weather halts New Zealand oil leak ship recovery
53 Coastal farm ban urged to protect wild fish stocks
54 Can train technology reinvent the wheel?
55 Bacterium linked to bowel cancer
56 Carbon: What price simplicity?
57 A rocket abroad--Soyuz in French Guiana
58 Killer whales make waves to hunt seals
59 Devon taxi driver Alan Billis's body in mummy test
60 California's wine country without the wine
61 India's internet surfing and shopping boom
62 Gilad Shalit freed in Israeli-Palestinian prisoner swap
63 Spain's stolen babies and the families who lived a lie
64 Why would thieves steal a bridge?
65 Tibetan nun 'dies in fire protest' near China monastery
66 Goldman Sachs reports $393m loss on eurozone impact
67 Taiwan's HTC loses Apple patent infringement case in US
68 Libya: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Tripoli
69 'Heat Armageddon' in California's Death Valley
70 Developers threaten animals in Croatia's cave network
71 Robot wars 'still a long way off'
72 Web commerce hack attack may 'happen again'
73 BlackBerry boss Stephen Bates answers your questions
74 England riots: Court rejects Facebook sentence appeals
75 Better hospital IT 'would save thousands of lives'
76 Buick makes Pandora standard feature in all cars
77 Revealed: Why giant pandas can stomach bamboo
78 Samsung Galaxy S II robot solves Rubik's Cube in seconds
79 In new antitrust case, all eyes will be on Bill Gates
80 Sesame Street back on YouTube after porn hack
81 Portrait sold for $21K might be a Leonardo
82 Amazon leaves publishers in the cold by signing eBook authors directly
83 Deutsche deja vu: Kaput satellite in Earth plunge
84 After toddler is left to die, China disquieted
85 Amazing video shows quantum levitation in action
86 Colorectal cancer tied to germs: Is better treatment coming?
87 Pap test still best for cervical cancer, docs say
88 Breast cancer studies spotlight "false positive" mammograms, digital scans
89 Binge drinking costs U.S. $224 billion: CDC
90 Obesity-busting effort garners medal for Ill. school
91 Profanity-laced TV, video games tied to cursing, aggression
92 Russia blames scientists for rocket crashes
93 Branson opens world's first 'spaceport' in New Mexico
94 Failed Stars Galore with One Youngster Only Six Times Heftier than Jupiter
95 G299.2-2.9, a Middle-Aged Supernova Remnant
96 Suspects in the quenching of star formation exonerated
97 Survey gives clues to origin of Type Ia supernovae
98 The First Detection of Abundant Carbon in the Early Universe
99 Most Ancient Supernovas Are Discovered
100 The Most Distant and Ancient Supernovae in the Young Universe
101 Galaxy mergers not the trigger for most black hole feeding frenzies
102 Astrophysicists Find Evidence of Black Holes' Destruction of Stars
103 ESA spacecraft reveal new anatomy around a black hole
104 WISE Mission Captures Black Hole's Wildly Flaring Jet
105 Black hole, star collisions may illuminate universe dark side
106 Small distant galaxies host supermassive black holes
107 Chandra Finds Nearest Pair of Supermassive Black Holes
108 Researchers Detail How A Distant Black Hole Devoured A Star
109 Robot biologist solves complex problem from scratch
110 Ultrasound 2: Taking Space Imaging to the Next Level
111 In Search of Virus Fossils
112 Worms among first animals to surface after K-T extinction event
113 New technique unlocks secrets of ancient ocean
114 Last universal common ancestor more complex than previously thought
115 Lungfish provides insight to life on land
116 Invasion of genomic parasites triggered modern mammalian pregnancy
117 New technique for filling gaps in fossil record
118 New Mystery on Mars's Forgotten Plains
119 Russian scientists want to join Europe's ExoMars mission
120 New Mystery On Mars' Forgotten Plains
121 Gravitational biology and space life sciences and implications for the Indian space program
122 Astronauts reporting vision problems
123 ASU in space: 7 current missions, more in the wings
124 Iran failed with space monkey launch: report
125 UN highlights everyday benefits from space science and technology
126 Full-size Mock-up of World's Largest Telescope Mirror
127 Mercury Planetary Orbiter takes a simulated trip to the innermost planet
128 Galileo--keeping time with atomic clocks
129 Soyuz ready with Galileo satellites for milestone launch
130 Lockheed Martin Powers on the GPS III Pathfinder
131 Electronic Compass Market Finds its Way to 73 Percent Growth in 2011
132 Raytheon Joins Industry Partners in Honoring USAF for Historic Contributions Through GPS
133 First Soyuz ready for liftoff from French Guiana
134 Opportunity Keeps Rolling With an Eye on Future Havens for Next Winter
135 Video Documents Three-Year Trek on Mars by NASA Rover
136 While the US Stalls, Europe Moves On to Mars
137 UChicago launches search for distant worlds
138 Space Exploration Technologies Ready to Compete for Upcoming DoD Launches
139 Observatory Seeks a New Name for Transformed Scientific Icon
140 Distant Galaxies Reveal The Clearing of the Cosmic Fog
141 Hubble survey carries out a dark matter census
142 International team to use Hubble Space Telescope to answer key astronomy questions
143 Hubble Offers a Dazzling Necklace
144 Four unusual views of the Andromeda Galaxy
145 Hubble Makes One Millionth Science Observation
146 Firestorm of Star Birth in the Active Galaxy Centaurus A
147 JWST Marks Program Milestone With Completion of Giant Flight Sunshield Alignment Table
148 Did Earth's oceans come from comets
149 Space Telescopes Reveal Secrets of Turbulent Black Hole
150 ALMA Opens Its Eyes
151 Huge stakes riding on maiden Soyuz launch from Kourou
152 Factfile on Galileo, Europe's rival to GPS
153 Virgin Galactic to give NASA a ride
154 Dwarf planet may not be bigger than Pluto
155 Series of bumps sent Uranus into its sideways spin
156 Mission to Mysterious Uranus
157 Spinning hourglass object may be the first of many to be discovered in the Kuiper belt
158 Dwarf Planet Mysteries Beckon to New Horizons