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1 How to Lower Cholesterol Naturally?
2 Root molecular cause of declining health in the old found by scientists
3 Immune defense revs for morning attack
4 Scientists find genetic basis for sleepwalking
5 44-year-old mystery of how fleas jump resolved (w/ Video)
6 Behavioral problems linked to cortisol levels
7 Nanonets give rust a boost as agent in water splitting's hydrogen harvest
8 Scientists discover a tangle of neurons that control aggression
9 Giant ring of black holes
10 Microsponges from seaweed may save lives (w/ Video)
11 A paperweight for platinum: Bracing catalyst in material makes fuel cell component work better, last longer
12 'Niceness' partly genetic, say scientists
13 Affetto: a realistic robot baby is looking at you (w/ Video)
14 Extra testosterone reduces your empathy
15 New study presents surprising view of brain formation
16 Ancient teeth raise new questions about the origins of modern man
17 HP shows first webOS tablet computer, the TouchPad (Update 2)
18 Scientists discover gene regulation mechanism unique to primates
19 Simple marine worms distantly related to humans
20 A race against time to find Apollo 14's lost voyagers
21 Toyota trying to move beyond safety concerns
22 Revisited human-worm relationships shed light on brain evolution
23 Diet soda may raise odds of vascular events; salt linked to stroke risk
24 Value of iPS cells proved in two studies
25 Soil science: Healing our planet's ills from the ground up
26 Delving into manganite conductivity
27 NRL scientists elevate warfighter readiness against invisible threats
28 Researchers produce world's first programmable nanoprocessor
29 Long and narrow, free of defects, and soluble: graphene nanoribbons by bottom-up synthesis
30 Atomically thin 'switch' makes for smarter electronic devices in the future
31 Creating a pure spin current in graphene
32 Exciting atoms on the move: Fine-tuned laser light activates oxygen atoms to escape the surface
33 Taming carbon nanotubes
34 DNA engine observed in real-time traveling along base pair track
35 New inexpensive way to grow silicon microwires for sensors, batteries and solar cells
36 A loose grip provides better chemotherapy
37 Seeing the light: Scientists bring plasmonic nanofields into focus
38 Atom-thick sheets unlock future technologies
39 New approach to solar cells
40 DNA: Building block for smaller, smarter electronics?
41 New nanoparticles make blood clots visible
42 Nano research fit for a king: Scientists test strength of composite bonds one nanotube at a time
43 New technique controls sizes of nanoparticle clusters for EHS studies
44 The 'new' kilogram is approaching: Avogadro constant determined with enriched silicon-28
45 Discovery of mini 'water hammer' effect could lead to materials that water really hates
46 Engineers grow nanolasers on silicon, pave way for on-chip photonics
47 Quantum quirk: Scientists pack atoms together to prevent collisions in atomic clock
48 Same rules apply to some experimental systems regardless of scale
49 'Tall order' sunlight-to-hydrogen system works, neutron analysis confirms
50 Scientists study processes using high-intensity ultrashort X-ray pulses
51 Tiny heat engine may be world's smallest
52 Giant virus, tiny protein crystals show X-ray laser's power and potential
53 Research uses quantum mechanics to melt glass at absolute zero
54 First evidence for a spherical magnesium-32 nucleus
55 End of an era: NIST to cease calibrating mercury thermometers
56 Laser welding in the right light
57 Physicists scale up invisibility cloaks using natural crystals
58 Muon makes tracks in EXO-200 detector
59 Scientists customize a magnet's performance by strategically replacing key atoms
60 Cluster encounters a natural particle accelerator
61 Europa helps astronomers penetrate Jupiter's lost belt
62 Antarctic sea temperatures cooled in Holocene but now rising: study
63 Heading into the bonus round--in space
64 Stardust celebrates twelve years with rocket burn
65 Air Force and ULA to launch second X-37B
66 MSU spacecraft activity now available online for teachers
67 Cocaine production increases destruction of Colombia's rainforests
68 Tool drops at pad, NASA checks for shuttle damage
69 Biogeochemistry at the core of global environmental solutions
70 Space serenade: Astronaut has 4 flutes in orbit
71 Night games in sports stadiums and street lighting can cause spike in daytime ozone air pollution
72 Hinode looks into a hole on the Sun
73 Australia blames mining for greenhouse gas rise
74 ESA's sharp eyes on coastal waters
75 Laser-ion funnel mass spectrometry makes search for Martian life easier
76 Researcher says the next large central US earthquake may not be in New Madrid
77 Report: January US climate cold and dry
78 Kepler spacecraft recovered from safe mode
79 Sprint to sell dual-screen 'Echo' smartphone (w/ Video)
80 Review: Verizon iPhone comes, but should you buy?
81 T-Mobile to sell tablet with 3-D cameras, glasses
82 Samsung offers full refund for Intel chip
83 Macworld shines without superstar Apple
84 Virtual fishing to get reel in Japan
85 The human touch, in robots
86 Robot attends Russian school to help sick schoolboy
87 Robotic mini-quadrotors can now build towers (w/ Video)
88 For robust robots, let them be babies first (w/ Video)
89 Robotic ghost knifefish is born (w/ Video)
90 Tablets, smartphones to outsell PCs in 2011: Deloitte
91 Report: Hackers in China hit Western oil companies
92 What's with the delay?
93 E-3POD electric vehicle concept wins the Double Challenge Project
94 Fiber-optic communications cable arrives in Cuba
95 Mobile sales up 32 percent last year: Gartner
96 Nokia 'on a burning platform,' boss warns
97 'Astonishing' Chinese patent growth marks world recovery
98 Facebook opens Hong Kong office in Asia push
99 Hearing set in US request for Twitter accounts
100 High-output, high-color-rendering LED lighting devices to be introduced by Sharp
101 Literature review made easy with new software
102 Researchers develop a new tool to assess the performance of air cargo supply chain operations
103 Thousands to be contacted in UK hacking case
104 UK police aim to adapt to Twitter-led protests
105 Novel bi-component fiber developed
106 Greener process for key ingredient for everything from paint to diapers
107 Toward a fast, simple test for detecting cholera rampaging in 40 countries
108 Drug developed holds promise for treatment of wounds
109 Structure of hydrogen storage molecule solved, once orientation of nearby ions elucidated
110 Twin zinc atoms can direct an important organic double-bond-forming reaction with high efficiency
111 New lab-on-a-chip technology could improve accuracy of lab tests, deliver results sooner
112 Imaging against multiple sclerosis: Iodinated radiotracer candidate for PET and SPECT imaging
113 New techniques for stapling peptides could spur development of drugs for cancer, other diseases
114 Sugar boost for Oxfordshire scientists who are planning ahead for future medicines
115 Diesel from waste: Simple, energy-efficient process for producing high-quality fuels from biomass
116 Solving the solvent mystery for better drug design
117 Searching for the ultimate blue cheese
118 New 3-D visual of intestinal growth promoting peptide
119 Synthetic materials that behave like mollusk shells
120 Experiment reaches biology milestone with hard X-ray laser
121 URI cancer researcher now aiming sights on Lyme disease
122 Shoo fly: Catnip oil repels bloodsucking flies
123 Racing against the Orangutan clock
124 The power of purple
125 Noisy youngsters pay the ultimate price
126 Making use of cellular 'noise'
127 Cross-border conservation vital to protect birds in a climate-change world
128 Endangered decision delayed on walrus
129 Squid shown to be able to hear
130 Genetically modified plants hold the key to saving the banana industry
131 Wolverines threatened by climate change, earlier springs
132 Turning bacteria against themselves
133 Why leatherback turtles linger in South Pacific Gyre, and why it matters
134 Single-cell marine predator's unique survival mechanisms revealed
135 Polar bear births could plummet with climate change
136 Western Australia's incredible underground orchid
137 Rare native bat 'missing' in Ireland since 2003: study
138 Climate change makes butterflies more frequent flyers
139 More advantages found for new drug: study
140 New online tool predicts probability of death from stroke
141 Looking at a tough hill to climb? Depends on your point of view
142 Childhood physical abuse linked to peptic ulcers
143 New mode of dementia care improves health, lowers hospitalization rates
144 Reduce pain with a 'visual trick'
145 'Thinking cap' makes brain waves in Australia
146 Salivary glands as organs of immunity: New research makes oral immunization easier to swallow
147 Some consumers like olive oil rancid, study finds
148 Wii set to deliver rehab for stroke victims
149 Chinks in the brain circuitry make some more vulnerable to anxiety
150 Study proves benefits of spina bifida surgery
151 New generation of prosthetic gets closer to the real limb
152 Psychology professor's book explores everyday feminism
153 Study shows that defensive military alliances enhance peace
154 Experts determine age of book 'nobody can read'
155 UK companies respond to recession by 'training smarter,' study finds
156 Mass illegal immigration violations reveals flaws in the law
157 How high can heels go? Physicists and movement experts take a close look
158 Third-century Roman sculptures discovered
159 Attraction by design: Researchers pique girls' interest in computing science
160 Press release reveals journalists believe everything they see on the Internet
161 Soap bubbles offer key to maximizing efficiency
162 Laying a fairytale to rest with human hair
163 Access to IT helps female researchers more than males
164 What should America do in Egypt? Try nothing, says Stanford expert
165 Research: Pregnant teens want to go to college, need support
166 One factor can make mortgage modifications up to one-third more likely, study finds
167 Young people now take longer to join adult life
168 Digging deep to uncover altars' secrets