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1 Top Alibaba executives resign after fraud probe
2 Libya turmoil sets oil surging, hits equities
3 BP, India's Reliance in $20bn energy tie-up
4 Seaweed defense offers clues against malaria
5 Military wants more global partnerships in space
6 UN sees rising risks from climate, toxic chemicals
7 Scientist finds Gulf bottom still oily, dead
8 Planet could be 'unrecognizable' by 2050, experts say
9 Strong earthquake strikes south of Fiji
10 Japan hopes pandas from China will help warm ties
11 Kids' Callousness Associated With Conduct Problems
12 Can Prescription Amphetamine Use Raise Parkinson's Risk?
13 Estonia reels as 10 die in disabled orphanage fire
14 'Kill Switch' Internet Bill Alarms Privacy Experts
15 Trying Brain Pacemakers to Zap Psychiatric Disease
16 Chinese Telecom Giant Calls off US Deal
17 Self-Harm Videos on YouTube: Dangerous or Therapeutic?
18 Five Upper-Body Exercises That Should Be on Every Woman's List
19 17 Shortcuts To Perfect Health
20 Too Much of a Good Thing
21 7 Germiest Public Places
22 Feel Better Faster
23 Ink-jet inspire scientists to make skin
24 Canola fungus genome unravelled
25 Earth 'unrecognisable' by 2050: experts
26 Green economies for growth, urges UN
27 Gulf spill's effects 'may not be seen for a decade'
28 Messenger NASA probe will soon enter Mercury orbit
29 Monkeys 'display self-doubt' like humans
30 Pacific fishing: Tuna and other stocks 'at risk'
31 'Printing out' new ears and skin
32 The Scottish 'gold rush' for hydro power
33 Labord's chameleons of Madagascar live fast, die young
34 Study shows Welsh sheep 'more clever than thought'
35 Mini guide to Berlin, Germany
36 Westboro Baptist Church targeted by Anonymous
37 Device 'could revolutionise blood pressure monitoring'
38 Who made the biggest social media splash?
39 Dubai's hotel revolution
40 Cholesterol 'does not predict stroke in women'
41 Thousands are 'at risk of alcohol death' say doctors
42 Eye allergies
43 Habitable alien planet find ignites debate
44 EU, oil companies begin evacuations from Libya
45 Bahrain Grand Prix called off amid protests
46 JFK Library launches online "president's desk"
47 Egypt wants freeze of Mubarak's foreign assets
48 The pension crisis: Promises unkept
49 A revealing look at Gypsy Rose Lee
50 Possible breakthrough in breast reconstruction surgery
51 Videos of teens harming selves soar on YouTube
52 Alcohol might kill thousands of Britons
53 US states strive to cull grey wolves
54 Marine biology network launches into choppy waters
55 Europe's innovation hub finally KICs off
56 'Blue carbon' plan takes shape
57 Connect the quantum dots for a full-colour image
58 Filamentous figments in the Apex Cherts
59 Transforming science strategy in the developing world
60 Kepler Triples ExoPlanet Count As Search For Biosphere 2 Intensifies
61 Can WISE Find The Hypothetical Tyche In Distant Oort Cloud
62 China Mars probe set for November launch
63 One Month Until Mercury Orbit Insertion
64 ESA's Mercury Mapper Feels The Heat
65 Mercury Found To Have Comet-Like Appearance By Satellites Looking At Sun
66 Glory Promises New View of Perplexing Particles
67 Speeding Up Mother Nature's Very Own CO2 Mitigation Process
68 Minerals Provide Better Indoor Air
69 Study: World a much dustier place
70 Freshwater Methane Release Changes Greenhouse Gas Equation
71 Atmosphere's self-cleaning capacity stable: study
72 550 Million Years Ago Rise In oxygen Drove Evolution of Animal Life
73 Air Above Dead Sea Contains Very High Levels Of Oxidized Mercury
74 Scientist Maps The Meaning Of Mid-Level Clouds
75 Global View of Fine Aerosol Particles
76 NASA Work Helps Better Predict World's Smoggiest Days
77 World's plants are atmospheric 'cleansers'
78 The Fire-Breathing Dragon Of Clouds
79 ISS Partners Mull Unique Photo-Op
80 Cassini To Sample Magnetic Environment Around Titan
81 Surprise Hidden In Titan's Smog: Cirrus-Like Clouds
82 Europe-sized cyclone batters Saturn for five years
83 Titan's Hazes May Hold Ingredients Of Life
84 Cleaning The Air Would Limit Short-Term Climate Warming
85 Good Health Report After Hiatus In Communications
86 Opportunity Catching The Rays During Solar Conjunction
87 Rover Staying Busy While Mars Is Behind The Sun
88 A Solar System Family Portrait, From the Inside Out
89 Advanced NASA Instrument Gets Close-up On Mars Rocks
90 Next Mars Rover Will Check For Ingredients Of Life
91 NASA's Next Mars Rover to Zap Rocks With Laser
92 Back To The Roots Of The Solar System
93 Direct Images Of Disks Unravel Mystery Of Planet Formation
94 New Instrument Will Help Confirm Kepler Planet Finds
95 A Six-Planet System
96 Weather radar used in wildlife studies
97 Space weather could wreak havoc in gadget-driven world
98 Huge solar flare jams radio, satellite signals: NASA
99 Are plant hydraulics a path to adaptive dream machines?
100 Bolden to announce fate of shuttles
101 SpaceX to focus on astronaut capsule
102 Experiment volunteers take 2nd 'walk on Mars'
103 As US cuts back, China aims to be top at science
104 Europe to simplify patent system
105 Powerful New Ways To Electronically Mine Research May Lead To Scientific Breakthrough
106 'Astonishing' Chinese patent growth marks world recovery
107 Google looks to its next decade
108 Taiwan develops face-recognising vending machine
109 No US stockpile of rare earths: experts
110 Lockheed Martin Collaborates With Penn State On Metamaterials Breakthrough
111 LED Products Billed As Eco-Friendly Contain Toxic Metals, Study Finds
112 LEDs found to contain toxic materials
113 NY fashionistas unveil 'zero waste' clothing
114 A Cool Way To Make Glass
115 Researchers Discover How To Tame Hammering Droplets
116 Method Discovered To Determine When Metals Reach End Of Life
117 EPA issues chromium-6 guidance
118 New Glass Tops Steel in Strength and Toughness
119 Supercomputer Unravels Structures In DVD Materials
120 Obama vows US will 'out-hustle' world
121 High NOON For Microwave Photons
122 Faster-Than-Light Polarization Currents
123 Caltech Stitches 800000 Milkyway Pixs Together
124 Ground-Based Lasers Vie With Satellites To Map Earth's Magnetic Field
125 Worldwide Government Spending On Space To Flatten Over The Next Five Years
126 KVH Introduces TracPhone V3, World's Smallest and Most Affordable Maritime VSAT System
127 Southampton Scientists Develop Control System To Allow Spacecraft To Think For Themselves
128 Monitoring Killer Mice From Space
129 Herschel Measures Dark Matter For Star-Forming Galaxies
130 XMM-Newton Technology On New Telescopes
131 ATV Johannes Kepler Operating Flawlessly
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