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1 Sunnyvale shorts: The King's Academy students take on tap dancing [et al.]
2 Big plans for Golden Gate Bridge's 75th anniversary
3 Scientists accurately predict path of tsunamis, but still uncertain about impacts
4 Friend the pope? John Paul II gets Facebook page
5 Cholera outbreak kills 20 in Somali capital
6 Why Japan's Tsunami Triggered Enormous Whirlpool
7 Earthquake Forces Closure of Japan's Space Station Control Center
8 Americans in Japan alerted to nuclear evacuation
9 New U.S. Spy Satellite Blasts Off On Secret Mission
10 Lawyer pleads guilty in Nigeria bribery case
11 No repeat of Chernobyl disaster for Japan: experts
12 Incredibly, 20 Quakes of Magnitude 6.0 or Greater Rock Japan
13 Toxin found in sardines that clogged US marina
14 Japan quake causes day to get a wee bit shorter
15 Quake is 5th biggest, but Japan best prepared
16 World's big cities set to become even more crowded
17 Desperation, panic grip Japan after quake
18 Sumatra, Japan, Chile: Are Earthquakes Getting Worse?
19 German nuclear dispute fueled by Japan mishap
20 Japan may hand out iodine near nuclear plants: IAEA
21 Explosion at Japan nuke plant, disaster toll rises
22 Scenes of devastation at heart of Japan disaster
23 Arab League seen backing Libya no-fly zone
24 Gadhafi pushes ahead as Arab League debates help
25 Huge Wisconsin protest expected after anti-union law signed
26 Most prescriptions from 3% of workers' comp doctors
27 Major cruise lines report little tsunami impact
28 Diabetics Do Better With Empathetic Doctors
29 Anti-AIDS drugs slow deaths in S. Africa
30 Palestinian kills five members of Israeli family
31 Alzheimer's drug hits two forms of toxic protein
32 Aspirin May Protect Against Colorectal Cancer--But Only in Certain People
33 Device Approved to Continue Blood Flow During Brain Surgery
34 Giffords makes 'leaps and bounds' in recovery
35 Japan's quake toll set to exceed 1,000
36 Aspirin, other meds linked to stomach bleeding risks
37 How Will the Children of the Moon and Mars Be Shaped by Low Gravity?
38 Japan Earthquake: Doomsday? Or Just a Restless Earth?
39 Japan Earthquake: Can We Ever Predict Quakes?
40 Emergencies at 5 Japanese Nuclear Reactors; Radiation Levels Spike at Most-Affected Site
41 Earthquake Effects to Ripple Beyond Japan's Economy
42 U.S. Military OK in Japan Quake; Ready to Respond
43 Tsunami in the Pacific: More Info, Resources
44 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Social Media Spreads News, Raises Relief Funds
45 'Supermoon' Has No Connection to Japanese Earthquake
46 Friend the Pope? John Paul II Gets Facebook Page
47 Quake Is 5th Biggest, but Japan Best Prepared
48 Apple Fans Line up to Buy First Batch of iPad 2s
49 New Space Satellite Launched Into Space
50 Search Suspended for California Man Swept Into the Sea By Tsunami
51 Radiation Dangers Heightened at Japanese Nuclear Plant
52 FDA Panel Says Home Gene Tests Need Doctor Input
53 Ken Doll Turns 50, Looks His Age
54 Social 'Networkout': How Social Media Motivates You to Exercise
55 Doll Maker Embarks on 'Save Girlhood' Campaign
56 Why You Shouldn't Give Your Zip Code At The Register
57 Huge blast at Japan nuclear power plant
58 Police cuts reduce forensic analysis, scientists claim
59 Quake was big even for Japan
60 Arab League 'backs Libya no-fly zone'
61 Yemen protest attacked by police
62 Palestinian 'kills five Israelis' in West Bank
63 South Sudan accuses President Bashir of plot
64 How foreign media affect revolutions
65 Stand-off in Yemen as protesters reject concessions
66 Zahida Kazmi: Pakistan's ground-breaking female cabbie
67 Passive smoking increases stillbirth risk, says study
68 Apple delivers iPad 2 to fans
69 Take my hard drive, please
70 Shhh: U.S. spy satellite blasts into space
71 Japan quake may lead to gadget delays, higher prices
72 Japan quake causes day to get a bit shorter
73 Twitter must give user info in WikiLeaks probe
74 Japan quake is 5th largest in world since 1900
75 Tsunami sweeps 5 to sea, rips out Calif. docks
76 Wisconsin labor protesters press on
77 Earthquakes 101: How they happen
78 Engineer: Tough Japanese building codes worked
79 Amanda Knox defense refutes homeless man's story
80 Japan's killer tsunami: Will epidemic hit next?
81 Arab League asks U.N. for Libya no-fly zone
82 Japan quake causes day to get a wee bit shorter
83 For scientists, next challenge is to predict how tsunamis will behave
84 Mouse nose nerve cells mature after birth, allowing bonding, recognition with mother
85 Researchers question whether genius might be a result of hormonal influences
86 Keys to long life: Longevity study unearths surprising answers
87 I-SAVE could reduce your energy usage, save you cash (w/ video)
88 Getting organized: Study shows how breast cell communities organize into breast tissue
89 Peaceful bonobos may have something to teach humans
90 NASA scientist finds 'alien life' fossils
91 Exploring the magnetic personalities of stars
92 Nanotubes: Cellular membranes on supply
93 Nanoscale whiskers from sea creatures could grow human muscle tissue
94 Nanotechnology used in gene detection to show disposition to certain cancers
95 Researchers say cell manipulation could lead to better drug delivery
96 Harvard's graphene DNA sequencing licensed
97 New technology dramatically extends battery life for mobile devices
98 Physicists grow micronsachines from carbon
99 New molecular robot can be programmed to follow instructions
100 Nanodiamonds take big step toward battling cancer
101 Graphene oxide's solubility disappears in the wash
102 3-D tracking of single molecules inside cells
103 New 3-D microfluidic system offers greater control over production of drug-delivering nanoparticles
104 Researchers use 'nano-Velcro' technology to improve capture of circulating cancer cells
105 Ultra fast photodetectors out of carbon nanotubes
106 Book makes nanotech accessible to smaller readers
107 New method improves modeling of electrons' motions in complex molecules
108 The Marangoni effect: A fluid phenom (w/ Video)
109 Fridge magnet transformed
110 A small quantum leap: New switching device could help build ultrafast quantum Internet
111 Ultra high speed film: Nano-scientists take snapshots of electronic states
112 Fujitsu achieves 40-Gbps optical-fiber transmission using directly-modulated laser
113 Physicists measure current-induced torque in nonvolatile magnetic memory devices
114 New electromechanical circuit sets record beating microscopic 'drum'
115 Researchers identify materials that may deliver more 'bounce'
116 Toward real time observation of electron dynamics in atoms and molecules
117 Quantum engineers remove roadblock in developing next-generation technologies
118 Extremely fast MRAM data storage within reach
119 How long does a tuning fork ring? 'Quantum-mechanics' solve a very classical problem
120 Researchers use spin waves to measure magnetic polarization of electrical current
121 Quantum no-hiding theorem experimentally confirmed for first time
122 Scientists already making discoveries in wake of Japan's temblor
123 Minister: China pollution remains 'very serious'
124 The 'Eye of Sauron'
125 Speed demon creates a shock
126 Mercury visible Sunday as NASA craft approaches
127 Quake could alter Tokyo risk: experts
128 Lunar farside serves as stunning prelude of images to come
129 The rich chemistry around an evolved star
130 Quake is 5th biggest, but Japan best prepared
131 Bioenergy crops could lower surface temperatures: research
132 New method could improve economics of sweetening natural gas
133 Testing Mars missions in Morocco
134 Astronomers continue to monitor asteroid Apophis
135 Web helps people locate loved ones in Japan quake
136 Illinois enacts Web sales tax; online retailers threaten to leave
137 Smart meters raise suspicions
138 Friend the pope? John Paul II gets Facebook page
139 Google rewards top executives
140 Senate panel to look into Google and Web search
141 Montreal newspaper to go digital
142 Twitter must give user info in Wikileaks probe (Update)
143 Solar power installs almost doubled in 2010
144 Made-for-Internet movie debuts on YouTube
145 NY Times, Huffington Post exchange barbs
146 Google puts tsunami alert on home page
147 Trendsetters revel in technology in Texas
148 Cameras out of the salt shaker
149 Finding shows potential way to protect neurons in Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, ALS
150 Taking the guesswork out of understanding complex, multi-molecule transformations
151 Researchers turn photons into work using DNA
152 Tough crystal nut cracked: Correct prediction of all three known crystal structures of a sulfonimide
153 New method for studying molecule reactions a breakthrough in organic chemistry
154 Light-sensing receptor plays role in temperature sensation: study
155 The role of metal ions in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
156 Team shapes cell behavior research
157 Study clarifies the role of cocoa bean handling on flavanol levels
158 Fluorescent tail tags TB
159 Banana peels get a second life as water purifier
160 Sensitive to oxygen: Phosphorescent iridium (III) porphyrin complexes, new tunable oxygen indicators
161 An advance toward blood transfusions that require no typing
162 Synthetic biology: German researchers develop novel kind of fluorescent protein
163 Holy mackerel! Plenty of fish in Acapulco seas
164 Toxin found in sardines that clogged US marina
165 Motion-capture helping reveal how kangaroos hop
166 Ingestion of plastic found among small ocean fish
167 Host change alters toxic cocktail
168 Cell 'glue' opens new pathways to understanding cancer
169 Fox tactics could inspire territorial design
170 Recording the soundscapes of spring
171 Around 40 percent of hake is mislabeled
172 Pushing HIV out the door: How host factors aid in the release of HIV particles
173 US scientists recruit crocodiles to save wetlands
174 Thrill-seeking females work hard for their next fix
175 Creatures from the deep exposed
176 UN alarmed at huge deline in bee numbers
177 Cholera outbreak kills 20 in Somali capital
178 DCIS patients who get invasive breast cancer have higher mortality
179 Giffords makes 'leaps and bounds' in recovery
180 Homeopathy prospers even as controversy rages
181 Apple shaped obesity as bad for heart as other obesity
182 Less than one-third of children ages 5-15 will wake up to home smoke alarms
183 Gene linked to peanut allergy
184 New study looks at how young adolescents respond when their friends are bullied
185 Researchers link novel biomarkers to asthma and COPD
186 More molecules for tuberculosis
187 Procedure replaces heart valve, avoids open-heart surgery
188 Study links testosterone with men's ability to 'woo' potential mates
189 How incentives can hurt group productivity and shared resources
190 What does Twitter have to do with the human brain?
191 It pays to pray
192 Chilly times for Chinese dinosaurs
193 Trade-off budgeting is a good money-saving technique
194 Researchers recommend new EU standards for machine strength grading of timber
195 New study IDs threats the 'death of newspapers' may have on open government
196 Law professor says laws fall short protecting domestic service workers
197 Uni death expert warns of crisis as baby-boomers reach old age
198 Early male friendship as a precursor to substance abuse in girls
199 Can bees color maps better than ants?
200 Study finds work climate the main reason women leave engineering
201 Study explains why soggy skin gets wrinkly but does not dissolve
202 Substance over style in entertainment
203 Britain to return Aboriginal remains to Australia