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1 Fly brain structure illuminated
2 ESA on countdown to flagship mission selection
3 Egyptians rally to defend cultural heritage
4 Outdoor mosquitoes could defy control
5 Water flea genome offers revolution in toxicity testing
6 Synchrotron project weathers Middle-East storm
7 Solar sails pick up speed
8 'Deep fury' of Egyptian scientists
9 Family mealtimes play a role in health of children with asthma
10 Arctic fisheries catches 75 times higher than previous reports: UBC research
11 Blood-clotting protein linked to cancer and septicaemia
12 Host or foreign--the body's frontline defense mechanism understood
13 Scientific research reveals brain alterations linking omega 3 deficit with depression
14 Petrol stations pollute their immediate surroundings
15 Massive Daphnia Genome Leads to Understanding Gene-Environment Interactions
16 Air pollutants from fireplaces and wood-burning stoves raise health concerns
17 DNA engine observed in real-time traveling along base pair track
18 Pollutants in aquifers may threaten future of Mexico's fast-growing 'Riviera Maya'
19 Pivotal discoveries in age-related macular degeneration
20 Rural underage binge drinkers put their health at risk
21 Chocolate is a 'super fruit'
22 Recognizing gibbons from their regional accents
23 Native American ancestry linked to greater risk of relapse in young leukemia patients
24 Fluorescent peptides help nerves glow in surgery
25 Research links 29 genome regions with common form of inflammatory bowel disease
26 Using mining by-products to reduce algal blooms
27 Allergies lower risk of low- and high-grade glioma
28 Expanding drug development horizons: Receptor behaviors observed in living cell membranes
29 Clay-armored bubbles may have formed first protocells
30 Drug developed by Hebrew U. and others holds promise for treatment of wounds
31 Roaches Inspire Robotics
32 Math may help calculate way to find new drugs for diseases
33 Research proves new soybean meal sources are good fish meal alternatives
34 Quantum quirk: JILA scientists pack atoms together to prevent collisions in atomic clock
35 Yale scientists identify a deadly tool in Salmonella's bag of tricks
36 New nanomaterials unlock new electronic and energy technologies
37 Scripps Research scientists develop powerful new methodology for stabilizing proteins
38 Using a generic blood pressure and heart drug could save the UK $324 million in 2011
39 Current use of biodiesel no more harmful than regular diesel
40 Sugar boost for Oxfordshire scientists who are planning ahead for future medicines
41 New images show cloud exploding from Sun ripples like clouds on Earth
42 Tipping points--the future of the pharmaceutical industry
43 First Stars in Universe Were Not Alone
44 Just in time for Valentine's Day: UNC researchers identify a gene critical for heart function
45 A loose grip provides better chemotherapy
46 The brain knows what the nose smells, but how? Stanford researchers trace the answer
47 Engineers grow nanolasers on silicon, pave way for on-chip photonics
48 Children's BMI found to rise the longer their mothers work
49 Report says economic development could change worldwide face of cancer
50 New induced stem cells may unmask cancer at earliest stage
51 Natural history of heartburn
52 Non-surgical approach to treat hepatic hydatid cysts
53 Fast track management of colorectal surgery
54 Facebook users more prone to eating disorders
55 Less radical tumor surgery can offer better long-term kidney function
56 Women with PCOS benefit from acupuncture and exercise
57 Urine-sniffing dogs: Early detection of prostate cancer
58 Anthropologist: 'Body Worlds' visitors confront bodies but not death
59 Animal with the most genes? A tiny crustacean
60 Adapting technology to elderly people
61 Microbiologists at TU Muenchen aim to optimize bio-ethanol production
62 Scientists Find Part of New Zealand's Submerged "Pink Terraces"
63 'Tall order' sunlight-to-hydrogen system works, neutron analysis confirms
64 Future surgeons may use robotic nurse, 'gesture recognition'
65 Surprise Hidden in Titan's Smog: Cirrus-Like Clouds
66 OHSU fixes complex heart problems without open-heart surgery
67 Emergency Detection Systems for Senior Citizens
68 Normal air could halve fuel consumption
69 AOL buying Huffington Post for $315M
70 Sports dome collapses in northern NY; none hurt
71 Experts: Contamination from GM alfalfa certain
72 New Secrets of Huge Soviet Moon Rocket Revealed
73 Wildlife volunteers kidnapped in east India
74 3-D Image Reveals 'Chubby' Supergiant Star
75 US not ready for Arctic oil drilling, say officials
76 Rare mountain gorilla twins born in Rwanda
77 Lacking Sex Ed, Adults Turn to 'Toy Parties'
78 Pollutants may threaten Mexico's coast: study
79 Wildlife now dogged by man's best friend?
80 Southern Africa floods threaten more crops
81 Ancient Carnivorous Insect Sported Snowshoes
82 Egypt's damaged artifacts to be restored in days
83 Woman forced into car turns up at hospital
84 Community Has a Role in Health of Low-Income Kids
85 UN says female circumcision should end
86 Allergies Linked to Lower Brain Cancer Rate in Study
87 Frequent Pitching Could Harm Kids' Shoulders, Elbows
88 Giving Baby Solid Foods Too Early Linked to Obesity Later
89 AOL Buying Huffington Post for $315M
90 NFL Beefs Up Super Bowl Security Tech
91 Bangladesh's Cell Phone Sector Has Bright Future
92 Google Exec Held in Egypt Protests to Be Freed
93 Orgasm Inc. Premieres in 11 U.S. Cities
94 Female Orgasm May Be Tied to 'Rule of Thumb'
95 'Pulling Out' Method Gets New Respect
96 Stars Fuel Tantric Sex Frenzy, Hype
97 Burning Off Super Bowl Calories Is No Walk in the Park
98 G-Shot Parties: A Shot at Better Sex?
99 Polyamory: When One Spouse Isn't Enough
100 Are Open Marriages More Successful Than Traditional Couplings?
101 Why We Do It
102 Headaches and Sex: "Yes, Tonight Dear"
103 Study Shatters 'Bisexual Until Graduation' Myth
104 Donald Rumsfeld to Diane Sawyer: 'It's Possible' Troop Decisions Were a Mistake in Iraq
105 6,000 Calories, Coconut Milk Ice Cream, Dozens of Doughnuts: How Hollywood Gains Weight
106 Antarctic lake keeps its secrets for now
107 Orbital mechanics affect methane levels
108 Parrots tend to be 'left-handed'
109 Construction begins on Bloodhound supercar
110 Stereo satellites move either side of Sun
111 Age related macular degeneration clue discovered
112 Three 'rhino poachers' shot by rangers in South Africa
113 Six WWF officials are kidnapped in Indian national park
114 Whale sharks: Biggest fish could be even bigger
115 A future without car crashes?
116 Scaling the Ecuadorean Andes
117 Deer...can't live with them, can't live without them
118 Malawi row over whether new law bans farting
119 Cuts 'destroying big society' concept, says CSV head
120 Egypt unrest: Protesters frustrate normalisation effort
121 Bangladesh court orders lashed girl's body exhumation
122 Anonymous hackers attack US security firm HBGary
123 AOL to buy Huffington Post in $315m media merger
124 Video game industry 'should be government priority'
125 William Hague: UK is under cyber-attack
126 Call of Duty: Black Ops 'still has problems' online
127 Robot X-47B stealth bomber test flight
128 AOL's Huffington hopes
129 Deep brain stimulation to treat Tourette's tic
130 Poetry, the creative process and mental illness
131 Thinking caps and superbrains
132 Peanut allergy diagnoses 'higher in boys'
133 First Ever 360 Degree View Image of the Sun
134 U.S. Seeks Veto Powers Over New Domain Names
135 Secrets of Huge Soviet Moon Rocket Revealed
136 X-47B Unmanned Stealth Bomber's Maiden Flight
137 How Twitter Regained its (Google) Voice in Egypt
138 Vandalized Egyptian Antiquities to Be Restored
139 How Shark Skin May Help Save Lives
140 Does Cold Weather Make You Frisky?
141 U.S. Presses Pakistan to Free Detained Diplomat
142 Ex-WikiLeaker Tell-All Book To Be Released Soon
143 Jordan's Bedouin Tribes Threaten Revolt
144 US Loses Its Fat Supremacy
145 Social Surveillance Yields Smarter Directions
146 Give Your Dashboard the Finger
147 Muscle-Bound Computer Interface
148 Upgrading the Laptop's Touch Pad
149 Google's Great Spam Quest
150 How the President's Energy Plans Could Affect the Economy
151 The Android that Apple's Rivals Have Been Looking For
152 Uncertain Stem-Cell Policy Hinders Research
153 Researchers "Grow" New Blood Vessels
154 Stem Cells Repair Blood Vessels
155 A New Twist on Floating Wind Power
156 An Engine that Harnesses Sound Waves
157 Open Innovation at GE
158 The Virtual Twitterverse that Can Forecast the Real Thing
159 Can This Journalist Be Replaced by Software and Mechanical Turk?
160 Startup Boasts Better Lithium Batteries
161 Doubling Lithium-Ion Battery Storage
162 Packing More into Lithium Batteries
163 Longer-Running Electric-Car Batteries
164 Lithium-Ion Batteries That Don't Explode
165 Better Batteries Charge Up
166 Material to Chill "Dirty" Fuel Cells
167 Nanowire Advance for Lithium Batteries
168 A Liquid Design for Cheaper Fuel Cells
169 The Internet Just Ran Out of Numbers
170 The Key to Better Solar Cells: Bumpy Mirrors
171 Solar Cells Use Nanoparticles to Capture More Sunlight
172 Patients Facing Blindness to Test Therapy with Stem Cells
173 New Court Ruling Could Cripple Stem-Cell Research
174 Reprogrammed Stem Cells Remember Their Past
175 A New Way to Make Stem Cells
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