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1 Sensing Brain Pressure without Surgery
2 Detecting Concussion on the Football Field
3 Clues to Blast-Related Brain Injury
4 Color-Changing Badge Detects Blast Exposure
5 Brain Trauma in Iraq
6 Nanosatellite Will Look for Alien Worlds
7 Is Anonymous Less Anonymous Now?
8 Bing Gets Friendlier with Facebook
9 NASA Launches Nanosatellite to Study Life in Space
10 Searching for Another Earth
11 Telescopes See Farther
12 Giant Camera Tracks Asteroids
13 A Moon-Based Telescope
14 Molten Mirrors
15 Wireless Car Sensors Vulnerable to Hackers
16 Car Theft by Antenna
17 Predicting Breakdowns
18 How Legal Wiretaps Could Let Hackers In
19 A Virtual View beneath the Skin
20 Geothermal without the Earthquakes
21 Geothermal Plant Gets Funding
22 Using CO2 to Extract Geothermal Energy
23 Cheaper Geothermal
24 The U.S. Cyber Policy Blitz
25 Cybercrime Needs to be Top Priority, Says Obama Aide
26 Internet Security Hole Revealed
27 Will the U.S. get an Internet "kill switch"?
28 A Worldwide Nuclear Slowdown Continues
29 Fukushima's Spreading Impact
30 3-D TV Boom Times Ahead
31 Turning to Academics for Analytic Insight
32 Oil Drilling Won't Help This Summer's Gas Prices
33 Atmosphere Above Japan Heated Rapidly Before M9 Earthquake
34 Solar Disinfecting Device for the Developing World
35 Can Robots Really Teach Us About Altruism?
36 Earthquakes, Networks, and the Tricky Topic of Quake Prediction
37 Why Mobile Apps Will Soon be Dead
38 Images of a Hard-Hitting Disease
39 Do Biofuels Reduce Greenhouse Gases?
40 A Nanotube Patch to Help Heal the Heart
41 This Display is a Quantum Leap
42 Public help experts track feral camels
43 Bigger brains helped ancestors smell better
44 Crossing your arms may reduce pain
45 Simplifying the process of detecting genuine multiparticle entanglement
46 Gossip serves a useful purpose after all
47 Apparent roadblock in the development of quantum lithography
48 A hint of blackcurrant: Olfactory properties and gas-phase structures of Cassyrane stereoisomers
49 Gorillas' right-handedness gives new clues to human language development
50 Sony unveils 3D and color e-paper displays at this week's SID 2011
51 Quantifying melting glaciers' effect on ocean currents
52 Spinning new materials in a thread for fiber-based electronics, photonics devices
53 Working to drive electric vehicles from niche to mass market
54 Researchers explain how tiny roundworms sense different kinds of touch
55 Implant breakthrough helps paraplegic man stand, step with assistance, move legs voluntarily
56 Looking deep into a violent storm on Saturn
57 Atomic-scale structures of ribosome could help improve antibiotics
58 New level of genetic diversity in human RNA sequences uncovered
59 Nanoparticles help scientists harvest light with solar fuels
60 24 hour deployable concrete tents back in the news as disasters mount
61 Record efficiency of 18.7 percent for flexible CIGS solar cells on plastics
62 Large brains in mammals first evolved for better sense of smell
63 Packaging process for genes discovered
64 Researchers release first large observational study of 9.0 Tohoku-Oki earthquake
65 Mars Rover driving leaves distinctive tracks
66 How you think about death may affect how you act
67 NTT Docomo's new smartphone features wireless charger
68 Of frogs, chickens and people: Highly conserved dual mechanism regulates both brain development, function
69 In-car device monitors blood sugar for diabetic drivers
70 Antibody production gets confused during long-term spaceflight
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72 Queens University students hack Microsoft Kinect to make a 360-degree display
73 Direct link found between diet ingredients and gut microbes
74 Editing scrambled genes in human stem cells may help realize the promise of stem cell-gene therapy
75 Study shows scientists' location influences how widely their work is read, used for innovations
76 Miracle material: Graphene
77 Experiments settle long-standing debate about mysterious array formations in nanofilms
78 Researchers create nanopatch for the heart
79 'Nanowire' measurements could improve computer memory
80 Seeing an atomic thickness
81 Carbon black nanoparticles can cause cell death
82 Nano-tuned solar cells
83 Sharpening the nanofocus: Researchers use nanoantenna to enhance plasmonic sensing
84 Memristors: 'Computer synapse' analyzed at the nanoscale
85 Researchers outline method for DNA computation in new book
86 Cell viscosity research improves our knowledge of cancer cells
87 Looking inside nanomaterials in 3 dimensions
88 Exotic behavior when mechanical devices reach the nanoscale
89 Quantum dots with built-in charge boost solar cell efficiency by 50%
90 Single molecule electronics and 'chemical soldering'
91 'Kinks' in tiny chains reveal Brownian rotation
92 'Critical baby step' taken for spying life on a molecular scale
93 Pioneer of lasers and optics Orazio Svelto receives Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics 2011
94 Rainbows without pigments offer new defense against fraud
95 Nuclear magnetic resonance with no magnets
96 Some particles are able to flow up small waterfalls, physicists show
97 Karlsruhe invisibility cloak: Disappearing visibly
98 Neutrons provide first sub-nanoscale snapshots of Huntington's disease protein
99 Long-standing question about swimming in elastic liquids, answered
100 Osmosis in colloidal suspensions
101 Super lasers in Europe? You bet
102 Riddle of 'God particle' could be solved by 2012: CERN (Update)
103 Seeing the planets for the trees
104 Monitoring Mississippi Delta flood from space
105 Landsat offers stunning comparison of flooding
106 Watch Spaceship Two's first feathered flight
107 NASA's two lunar-bound spacecraft, vacuum-packed
108 Skydiving on Saturn
109 Glitch makes NASA cut short Endeavour spacewalk
110 Galaxy Evolution Explorer finds dark energy repulsive
111 Endeavour astronauts stroll out for spacewalk
112 US predicts up to 10 Atlantic hurricanes this season
113 Seeing through the eyes of the colorblind
114 How sensors can detect the crime-solving clues at our fingertips
115 Microsoft trying to take another bite of the Apple?
116 DOCOMO develops compact multi-band power amplifier
117 Tiny turbine in human artery harvests energy from blood flow
118 Process could improve economics of ethanol production
119 Panasonic sees light after darkness of disaster
120 Device heralds big technology changes
121 In reminder of '90s, LinkedIn has big first day
122 Power plants vulnerable to hackers: security firm
123 The wrong sites for solar
124 US lawmakers query smartphone 'apps' in privacy
125 DNA falls apart when you pull it
126 Liquid crystal droplets discovered to be exquisitely sensitive to an important bacterial lipid
127 Why have Murillo's skies turned grey?
128 Resolving water's electrical properties
129 New technique sheds light on the mysterious process of cell division
130 Temperature, humidity affect health benefits of green tea powders
131 Discovery of cis-4-Hydroxy-L-proline, a material of pharmaceutical, cosmetic products
132 Smooth operators: Teflon microfluidic chips
133 Dynamics of crucial protein 'switch' revealed
134 Artificial tissue promotes skin growth in wounds
135 Reeling in a wild silk harvest
136 Molecular researchers discover novel gene linked to aging hearts
137 Genetic study clarifies evolutionary origin of elusive montane red fox
138 Researcher shows how cone snails developed poison gland from spare gut parts
139 Spiders suffer from human impact
140 Species reemergence after collapse: Possible but different
141 Native thugs as bad for woodlands as foreign invaders
142 Enzyme helps control extension of cellular tendrils by regulating delivery of supplies needed for growth
143 How plants self heal
144 Small insects attack and kill amphibians much bigger than themselves
145 Wildlife in trouble from oil palm plantations, according to scientists
146 First analysis of invasive plant impacts worldwide
147 Stink bug spread worries growers across nation
148 Penguins in peril find refuge in New Zealand
149 Herbal remedies offer hope as the new antibiotics
150 Unplanned pregnancies in U.S. at 40 percent
151 Breaking rules makes you seem powerful
152 Crossing your arms relieves pain
153 'Time' not necessarily deeply rooted in our brains
154 New study reveals environment's role in post-natal depression
155 Buying 'legal highs' from the Internet is a risky business
156 Scientists make strides in vision research
157 No evidence WHO in cahoots with vaccine makers: members
158 Diet high in vegetables and fruit associated with less weight gain in African-American women
159 High iron, copper levels block brain-cell DNA repair
160 Innovative device offers earlier breast-cancer detection
161 Does eating give you pleasure or make you anxious?
162 Kept in chains: Mental illness rampant in Somalia
163 Forgotten archive shines new light on turbulent 1930s
164 Teen's religious commitment springs from relationships, study shows
165 Social media a powerful selling tool
166 Top ten hot career trends for college graduates
167 Why Russians think Americans don't own their homes
168 440-year-old document sheds new light on native population decline under Spanish colonial rule
169 Researchers probe causes of math anxiety
170 Archaeologists uncover oldest mine in the Americas
171 Executive rewards put banks at greater risk
172 The peculiar feeding mechanism of the first vertebrates
173 Cell phones helping to bridge the digital divide for low income teens, but online visits costly
174 Women entering the workforce expect less than men, study finds
175 California economic climate sunnier than thought
176 Heaven is a 'fairy story,' says Stephen Hawking
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