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1 Fukushima crisis: Anatomy of a meltdown
2 US free-speech law offers protection--at a price
3 Hidden toll of embryo ethics war
4 Rats wake up for behavioural research
5 More earthquakes expected in Japan
6 Seed banks susceptible to sham samples
7 European Court of Justice rejects stem-cell patents
8 Do gut bacteria worsen malnourishment?
9 Japan grapples with nuclear crisis after tsunami
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11 Japanese inspired and angered; resigned to more quakes
12 Non-Native Snakes Are Taking a Toll on Native Birds, Scientists Find
13 Chilly Times for Chinese Dinosaurs: Abundance of Feathered Dinosaurs During Temperate Climate With Harsh Winters
14 Mouse Nose Nerve Cells Mature After Birth, Allowing Bonding, Recognition With Mother
15 Keys to Long Life? Not What You Might Expect
16 Could Giftedness Be Linked to Prenatal Exposure of Higher Levels of Hormones?
17 Reading in Two Colors at the Same Time: Patterns of Synesthesia Brain Activity Revealed
18 NASA Study Goes to Earth's Core for Climate Insights
19 Speed Demon Star Creates a Shock
20 The Most Distant Mature Galaxy Cluster: Young, but Surprisingly Grown-Up
21 Anthropologists Link Human Uniqueness to Hunter-Gatherer Group Structure
22 Extra Iron Doesn't Help Many Pregnant Women, Study Suggests
23 NASA Images Tsunami's Effects on Northeastern Japan
24 HIV-Infected Patients at Higher Risk for Bone Fractures
25 Nanotech-Enabled Consumer Products Continue to Rise
26 Testosterone Linked to Men's Ability to 'Woo' Potential Mates
27 Contrary to Popular Belief, Not All Cases of Chronic Pancreatitis Are Alcohol-Induced
28 Molecules Work the Day Shift to Protect the Liver from Accumulating Fat
29 Pushing HIV out the Door: How Host Factors Aid in the Release of HIV Particles
30 Pregnancy Anemia Linked to Childhood Wheezing and Asthma
31 Why Low Birth Weight Is Linked to Obesity Later in Life: Study Provides Explanation
32 A Blood Test for Lung Cancer?
33 Not Actually Bad at Math or Auto Repair? Women Fear Being Stereotyped by Male Service Providers
34 Early Male Friendship as a Precursor to Substance Abuse in Girls
35 New View of Human Nerve Cells Opens Door to Potential Drug Targets
36 New Details About Medically Important Protein Family
37 Judging Couples' Chemistry Influenced by Serotonin
38 Fewer Than One-Third of Children Ages 5-15 Will Wake Up to Home Smoke Alarms, Study Suggests
39 Consumer Beware: Rejecting an Option May Make You More Likely to Choose It Later
40 Americans Have Higher Rates of Most Chronic Diseases Than Same-Age Counterparts in England
41 Sleepy Connected Americans
42 Scientists Reveal Role of Light Sensor in Temperature Sensation
43 Snails' Complex Muscle Movements, Rather Than Mucus, Key to Locomotion
44 Oldest Known Wild Bird in US Returns to Midway to Raise Chick
45 Roundworm Could Provide New Treatment for Sepsis
46 Weed-Eating Fish 'Key to Reef Survival'
47 Radiation Expert Discusses Japan Nuclear Power Plant Concerns
48 West Coast Tsunami Warnings Shouldn't Lull Oregonians to Sleep, Expert Says
49 Near-Real-Time Map of Japan Quake Aftershocks
50 Pacific Northwest Faces Nearly Identical Risks to Japanese Quake
51 Geologists in the UK Trace Readings from Japan Earthquake
52 Atlantis Found? Film Highlights Professor's Efforts to Locate Fabled Lost City
53 How Plants Sort and Eliminate Genes Over Millennia
54 Missing DNA Helps Make Us Human
55 Fossil Bird Study Describes Ripple Effect of Extinction in Animal Kingdom
56 Evolution Drives Many Plants and Animals to Be Bigger, Faster
57 Color View from Orbit Shows Mars Rover Beside Crater
58 Dawn Mission Gets Vesta Asteroid Target Practice
59 Half-Time for Mars500: Simulated Mission to the Red Planet
60 Voyager Seeks the Answer Blowin' in the Wind
61 NASA's Jupiter-Bound Spacecraft Taking Shape in Denver
62 Smart Materials for High-Tech Products: Hard, Viscous or Watery at the Touch of a Button
63 Low Cost Solar Cells: New European Record in Efficiency
64 Engineer Studies Damage Caused by New Zealand Earthquake
65 Nanoscale Whiskers from Sea Creatures Could Grow Human Muscle Tissue
66 Perfect Buns: Imaging System Controls Baking Process on Production Line to Improve Sandwich Bun Quality
67 How Do People Respond to Being Touched by a Robotic Nurse?
68 New Switching Device Could Help Build an Ultrafast 'Quantum Internet'
69 Web-Crawling the Brain: 3-D Nanoscale Model of Neural Circuit Created
70 Electromechanical Circuit Sets Record Beating Microscopic 'Drum'
71 Intelligent Microscopy: Software Runs Experiments on Its Own
72 A Better Disc for Back Repair
73 Cell-Seeded Sutures to Repair the Heart
74 Fat Cells for Broken Hearts
75 Microthreads Help Grow New Muscles
76 Injecting New Bone
77 Bone-setting Glue
78 Faster Healing for Severe Fractures
79 Making Spider-Strength Materials
80 Glue That Sticks to Nearly Everything
81 Nanoglue Sticks Underwater
82 Super Velcro
83 Gecko Tape That Lets Go
84 Sticky Nanotape
85 Surfaces that Keep the Ice Away
86 Bone Breakthrough
87 Pig-to-Monkey Transplant Treats Diabetes
88 Ontario Struggles with Solar Boom
89 Spotting Virtual Intruders
90 An On-Off Switch for Anxiety
91 Hybrid Power for the Frontline
92 A Search Engine for the Human Body
93 How Brain Imaging Could Help Predict Alzheimer's
94 Spotting Alzheimer's Disease Early
95 A Skin Test for Alzheimer's Disease
96 Longevity Genes May Protect against Alzheimer's
97 How to Turn Bargain Hunters into Loyal Customers
98 Low-Power Memory from Nanotubes
99 Complex Integrated Circuits Made of Carbon Nanotubes
100 Yammer Gets Workers Hooked First, then Woos Bosses
101 How Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami Warning Systems Work
102 Cellular Technology That Told Japan An Earthquake Was Coming
103 Earthquake Shakes Nuclear Power Plants in Japan
104 80 Seconds of Warning for Tokyo
105 A New Approach to Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis
106 Taking Control of Cars From Afar
107 Building a Substitute Pancreas for Diabetics
108 Five-Dimensional Data Storage
109 Japan meltdown not like Chernobyl: expert
110 Quake could alter Tokyo risk: experts
111 Pain washes guilt away
112 Exposed rods spark meltdown fear
113 How the quake has moved Japan
114 Japan: A fragile country at the mercy of nature
115 Wearable PET scanner maps rat brains in real time
116 Japan disaster reopens nuclear debate in Europe and US
117 Brian Cox says BBC is wrong over show music
118 Twenty free attractions in London
119 Microsoft launches IE9 web browser
120 Third-party Twitter applications under threat
121 Anonymous leaks Bank of America e-mails
122 Broadband companies offer clarity on connection slowing
123 Cory Doctorow: How free translates to business survival
124 Net neutrality: who cares?
125 Brain disorder 'messaging clue'
126 Japan tsunami: Aid workers tackle aftermath