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1 Making Bacteria into Drug Blimps
2 Genetically Engineered Probiotics
3 Biotech Bacteria Could Help Diabetics
4 Herbicide-Hunting Bacteria
5 Rubber from Microbes
6 Engineering Edible Bacteria
7 Startup That Builds Biological Parts
8 Chrysler Experiments with Hydraulic Hybrid Minivans
9 Social Search, without a Social Network
10 Why Bing "Likes" Facebook
11 Quantum Dots as Solar Cells
12 Upping the Limit on Solar Cell Efficiency
13 Hot Electrons Could Double Solar Power
14 More AC Power from Solar Panels
15 Silicon Solar Cells Ditch the Wafers
16 Micro Solar Cells Handle More Intense Sunlight
17 Drugging the Undruggable
18 Capturing More Light with a Single Solar Cell
19 New Materials Make Photovoltaics Better
20 Protein Drugs with More Power
21 A New Approach to Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis
22 Rapid Testing Yields High-Energy Battery Materials
23 New Type of Drug Kills Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
24 Targeted Delivery for Nanoparticles
25 Anticancer Nanoparticles Zero In on Tumors
26 Drug Follows Melanoma Wherever It Goes
27 Stealthy Nanoparticles Attack Cancer Cells
28 Nano Carrier Targets Cell Sites
29 Quantifying Your Sleep
30 Sleep with the Fishes
31 Device Tracks How You're Sleeping
32 A Stimulating Treatment for Sleep Apnea
33 A Browser that Speaks Your Language
34 A Desktop for Web Computing
35 Craig Mundie's Cloud Vision
36 Engineered Mice Make Better Choices
37 Growing Eyeballs
38 A Greener 'Artificial Leaf'
39 Fuel from the Sun
40 Faster Catalysts Improve Hydrogen Generation
41 Solar Metamaterials
42 Supplying the World's Energy Needs with Light and Water
43 Solar-Power Breakthrough
44 Nanonets Snare Energy
45 A Better Way to Make Hydrogen?
46 Cheap Hydrogen
47 Facebook Opens Up Its Hardware Secrets
48 Canada's Oil Sands on the Verge of a Boom, Again
49 Speedier Nanotube Circuits
50 How Useful Is Personalized Search?
51 Batteries that Recharge in Seconds
52 Bars in Spiral Galaxies May Disappear And Reform In Ongoing Cycle
53 GE to Build Large Solar Factory in U.S.
54 A Smart-Phone Camera that Offers More than Megapixels
55 Cloud Girlfriend Gets a Launch Date, Announces New Price: Free
56 Designing for Everyone
57 Buildings Made with a Printer
58 Why Marriott Wants Digital Renderings of Everything
59 Disappearing Act
60 The Problem with Design Education
61 Busting the Botnets
62 Dialing with Your Thoughts
63 Greasy rubber provides personal power
64 Scientists unravel brain's complexity
65 Earth's crust moves 'like a yo-yo'
66 Warming threatens penguin food supply
67 Ice melt a weighty problem: expert
68 Older brains less nimble at multi-tasking
69 Japan: Nuclear crisis raised to Chernobyl level
70 Penguins suffer as Antarctic krill declines
71 Cannibal wolf spiders are ladykillers
72 Space exploration remains priority for Russia, Medvedev
73 Nitrogen pollution 'costs EU up to 280bn pounds a year'
74 Laser gun fired from US navy ship
75 Isle of Wight rock yields three fossil footprints
76 Ancient fossils show fig wasps remain unchanged
77 Europe's future lies under Africa, scientists suggest
78 Fukushima: As bad as Chernobyl?
79 Who wants to be a cosmonaut when they grow up?
80 Science and politics--a tale of two meetings
81 What if the Soviet Union had beaten the US to the Moon?
82 Fritz Haber: Jewish chemist whose work led to Zyklon B
83 Fukushima: What happened--and what needs to be done
84 Could a marathon ever be run in under two hours?
85 A local's guide to Abu Dhabi
86 Libya: NATO must do more, say France and UK
87 Pakistan warns US 'to restrict CIA activities'--report
88 US Civil War 150th anniversary: How US remains divided
89 Concrete source: MIT scientists turn the concrete jungle green
90 Cisco shuts down Flip video camera business
91 Microsoft launches StreetView rival in Europe
92 Sony and Hotz settle hacking case
93 Amazon sells ad-subsidised Kindle e-book reader
94 Angry Birds triumphs at Appy Awards
95 Winklevoss twins lose Facebook appeal over site idea
96 Intel launches Oak Trail tablet processor
97 Mobile phone users 'overpaying by 200' per year
98 Ceop website form 'could have put children at risk'
99 Facebook shares green data centre technology
100 How is technology changing protests?
101 Up your street--Microsoft's take on Streetview
102 How to take a 15.5 gigapixel panoramic photo
103 Copyright: The Google question
104 Steve Jobs in 'tell all' book
105 Doctors 'often defy' their own treatment advice
106 Kindle used as part of Somerset College's e-reader trial
107 Japan residents on raised nuclear threat level
108 Afghanistan: Drone missile 'killed two US soldiers'
109 Is Breast Best? Cherry Healey Investigates
110 The drugs don't work--so what will?
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