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1 Setting the record straight almost impossible
2 Scientists map humble spud's DNA
3 Atlantis docks at space station on last mission
4 Cities can be carbon sinks too: study
5 Drug-resistant gonorrhoea strain emerges
6 Lack of Sun may have led to Mozart's death
7 Whales 'at risk' from oil surveys
8 Last shuttle spacewalk under way
9 Fermi catalogue update shows 'violent Universe' changes
10 Urban plants' role as carbon sinks 'underestimated'
11 Japan clarifies nuclear 'stress testing'
12 Tiny snails survive digestion by birds
13 Widening scandal at Japan's Kyushu nuclear firm
14 Rhino horn 'kingpin' Lemtongthai in South African court
15 Province wants relaxation of China's one-child policy
16 Nursery effect study shows trees remember their roots
17 Who, What, Why: Is whale watching harmful to whales?
18 Why do people and other primates share food?
19 Whaling: Voting, yes or no?
20 Rare earth elements may affect future global relations
21 Carbon tax divides Australia
22 Fukushima: Nuclear power's VHS relic?
23 A rare he-she butterfly is born in London's NHM
24 Owl leaves imprint on Kendal woman's window
25 Bath from above
26 NASA argues for 'incredible future'
27 Afghan president's brother, Ahmad Wali Karzai, killed
28 Gordon Brown attacks News International tactics
29 CIA's 'fake vaccine drive' to get Bin Laden family DNA
30 Rupert Murdoch: Could his US empire be affected?
31 New York plans for green makeover are hit by cuts
32 Italy is rocky shore for Europe's boat people
33 Obama urged to investigate Bush torture claims
34 Why do Americans die younger than Britons?
35 Operation Julie: How an LSD raid began the war on drugs
36 Brazil bullet train project fails to attract bidders
37 Windermere schoolchildren shame speeding motorists
38 'Talking' cars could reduce motorway pile-ups
39 Apple files patent complaint against phone maker HTC
40 Anonymous hackers attack US defence group
41 Broadband support to Wales from UK will rise to 57m pounds
42 Yell shares rally on Microsoft tie-up
43 Social network sites 'have duty' to stop cyberstalking
44 The web strikes back
45 General Motors shows vision of urban mobility
46 How engineers create artificial sounds to fool us
47 YouTube marine gets date with Hollywood star Mila Kunis
48 Smoking during pregnancy 'raises birth defect risk'
49 Brain-op boy Lee McMillan goes home from Alder Hey
50 Sugar and spice and all things nice
51 Heart medicine advances help patients enjoy active life
52 Russia neo-Nazis jailed for life over 27 race murders
53 Kid gets gay marriage in one minute, plays ping pong
54 Texas woman gives birth to 16-lb., 1-oz. boy
55 Jaycee Lee Dugard describes how she survived Garrido torture
56 Dying bats called No. 1 mammal crisis in U.S.
57 Bill Clinton waylaid from attending Ford funeral
58 Manhattanhenge about to descend on NY
59 Republican "South California" secession talk sparks Twitter rage (and jokes)
60 Philly papers offer Android tablets with paid apps
61 Facebook, Time Warner team against cyber-bullies
62 New iriver Story HD eBook coming soon at Target
63 Unlocking the secret of the Swiss Army Knife
64 Potato genome offers new clues to battling blight
65 Facebook makes clear who owns your personal info
66 Gordon Brown: Murdoch paper employed criminals
67 HIV/AIDS patients in poor countries to get cheaper drugs after deal with drugmaker Gilead
68 High-sodium, low-potassium, a risky combo for heart
69 First double leg transplant carried out in Spain
70 Anorexia sufferers five times more likely to die sooner
71 Proposed health cuts may limit access further
72 Doctors use stem cells to treat angina patients, report promising results
73 Truck spills 14 million bees on Idaho highway
74 Britain plans for "severe" Olympic terror threat
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76 Puppy Love: Pet Owners Are Happier, Healthier
77 How Tough Turtles Survived Dino-Killing Meteor
78 Americans are Watching Porn at Work
79 'Humanized' Mice to Aid Drug Testing
80 Evolution May Explain Aggressive and Meek Toddlers
81 Robotic Satellite Gas Attendant Poised for Space Test
82 Search Is On for Moon Around Asteroid Vesta
83 Scientists Condemn Plans to Scrap Hubble Telescope Successor
84 Blood Type Linked to Earlier Decline in Fertility
85 Big Babies: Are Heavier Newborns Healthy?
86 One-Third of Americans Choose Smartphones
87 Volcanoes Could Trigger Bigger Climate Impact Than Thought
88 Geo-immersion: Matching Real-time Data With Maps
89 Hypoallergenic Dogs Not Allergy-Proof, Study Finds
90 Social Media Gives Funeral Business New Lease on Life
91 Stressed? Venting to a Friend May Make You Feel Worse
92 Romance Novels Bad For Women's Health and Psyche, Psychologist Says
93 Evolution May Explain Aggressive and Meek Toddlers
94 Brain and Skin Cells Transformed into Heart Muscle
95 Rat Island: Can Lost Ecosystems Be Restored?
96 A Lost World? Atlantis-Like Landscape Discovered
97 Monster Catfish Found: NG's Zeb Hogan Explains
98 Space-Time Cloak Possible, Could Make Events Disappear?
99 After Space Shuttle, Does U.S. Have a Future in Space?
100 Tomb of the Otters Filled With Stone Age Human Bones
101 Secrets of Giant Cloud Holes Revealed
102 Exceptional Giant Squid Found Dying off Florida
103 Picking up Signals from Television Viewers
104 Injecting Stem Cells into the Heart Could Stop Chronic Chest Pain
105 Reprogrammed Stem Cells Are Rife with Mutations
106 How Google+ Will Balkanize Your Social Life
107 Advanced Manufacturing and New Materials
108 What are NASA's Post-Shuttle Plans?
109 What We've Learned in 10 Days of Google+
110 The Internet Is Filling Up with Dead People and There's Nothing We Can Do About It
111 Astronomers Publish New Map of Galactic Habitable Zone
112 Google+ Marks The End of Blogging As a Means of Personal Expression
113 Chemists Discover Freezing Point of Supercooled Water
114 Americans Use Spam for Cheaper Prescription Drugs
115 BMW's Electric Scooter
116 Nanostructures Could Result In Cheaper Electric-Car Batteries
117 Higher-Capacity Lithium-Ion Batteries
118 Lithium-Ion Motorcycles
119 Volt's Battery Capacity Could Double
120 How Much Is a User Worth?
121 Calcified clue to ancient photosynthesis
122 Mantle plume propelled India towards Asia
123 Review adds salt to a familiar concern
124 Pirates scupper monsoon research
125 Neptune begins to give up its secrets
126 Commercially valuable fish species hit the red list
127 Supernovae seed galaxies with massive amounts of dust
128 Soft-drink cans beat the diffraction limit
129 Qatar sets sights on stem cells
130 Sudan splits and science community divides
131 All eyes on the potato genome
132 Kenya set to give green light to GM crops
133 Mice with human livers deal with drugs the human way
134 Paxil study under fire
135 No fallout legacy for Japan's farms
136 Data gaps threaten chemical safety law
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