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1 How to Make Your Hard Drive Infinite
2 Pitting Cloud against Cloud
3 Companies Promise a Cloud that Won't Crash
4 A Cloud over Ownership
5 Fake Certificates Reveal Flaws in the Internet's Security
6 Security in the Ether
7 How China and Others Are Altering Web Traffic
8 Weakened Algorithm Threatens Trust Online
9 Internet Security Hole Revealed
10 Exposing Hackers as a Deterrent
11 Cybercrime Needs to be Top Priority, Says Obama Aide
12 A Family Learns the Secrets of Its Genomes
13 From No Doctor to E-Doctors in Rural India
14 A Skeptic Takes on Mobile Health
15 New Implant Can Monitor Tumors Continuously
16 A Genomic Blueprint for Cancer
17 New Cancer Marker May Aid Earlier Detection
18 Cancer's Genome
19 Augmented Reality Meets Gesture Recognition
20 Canadian Oil Sands Headed to Asia?
21 Intel Chases a More Power-Efficient Future
22 Intel, IBM Overhaul Material for Next-Generation Microprocessor
23 Europeans Reignite Fusion Energy Project
24 Advanced Reactor Gets Closer to Reality
25 Nuclear Reactor Aims for Self-Sustaining Fusion
26 Better Control for Fusion Power
27 The Big Dangers Still Faced at Fukushima
28 A 100-Year Plan for Nuclear Waste
29 Giant Holes in the Ground
30 GE Hitachi's Answer to Nuclear Waste
31 A Lunar Nuclear Reactor
32 A New Approach to Fusion
33 Igniting Fusion
34 The Case for Moving U.S. Nuclear Fuel to Dry Storage
35 A Call for the Safer Handling of Nuclear Waste
36 Fingertip Microscope Can Peek Inside a Moving Animal
37 Nerves Light Up to Warn Surgeons Away
38 Drugging the Undruggable
39 Multipurpose Molecule for Cancer Surgery
40 George Church on the Future of Stem Cells
41 NASA Rocket Aims for Asteroids and Mars
42 The Smart Phone on Your Wrist
43 In-Car Algorithm Could Rapidly Dissolve Traffic Jams
44 The Universe in Your Hands
45 PayPal's End Run Around the Payment Status Quo
46 Solyndra: We Told You So
47 Here Come the Google+ Client Applications
48 You Can Now Own Keepon, the Robot in that Spoon Video
49 Researchers failing to make raw data public
50 Yeast thrives with partially synthetic genome
51 UN targets top killers
52 Amber inclusions showcase prehistoric feathers
53 Canada's ice cores seek new home
54 Netherlands pushes for innovation
55 Clues emerge to explain first successful HIV vaccine trial
56 PhD comics hits the big screen
57 Video-game studies have serious flaws
58 Heidi Klum Named 'Most Dangerous Celebrity' on the Web
59 Listeria Outbreak: What You Need to Know The Illness
60 Belief in 'Da Vinci Code' Conspiracy May Ease Fear of Death
61 Receding Sea Ice Chases Walruses to Alaska Coast
62 Swirling Ocean Currents Help Spread Sea Life
63 Look Skywatcher! Twin Suns of Real-Life 'Tatooine' Planet Visible in Binoculars
64 Bright Green Fireball Amazes Skywatchers in Southwest US
65 From Skydiving to Biometrics: One Entrepreneur's Story
66 To Avoid a Stroke, Try Upping 'White' Fruits, Veggies
67 Heavy Drinking May Leave You Tipsy For Years
68 More Kids Visiting Hospitals for Ingesting Parents' Meds
69 Newly Discovered Flower Plants Its Own Seeds
70 Tiniest Baby Dinosaur Discovered by Amateur Fossil Hunter
71 Water evaporated from trees cools global climate
72 New research: Milk-drinking teens reap health benefits through adulthood
73 Woolly mammoth's secrets for shrugging off cold points toward new artificial blood for humans
74 'Super-spaghetti' with heart-healthy label now possible
75 New technology for recovering valuable minerals from waste rock
76 Good news plus lingering concerns for Deepwater Horizon cleanup workers
77 Amateur botanists in Brazil discover a genuflexing plant
78 Accidental Sea Turtle Deaths Drop by 90 Percent
79 Consumers willing to pay premium for healthier genetically modified foods: ISU study
80 TUM scientists document aquatic species decline at dams and weirs
81 Hitchhiking snails fly from ocean to ocean
82 This beetle uses eggs as shields against wasps
83 Sea smarts: Scientists reconstruct evolutionary history of mollusks
84 In rapidly warming seas, some fish lose while others gain
85 Some like it hot--European fish stocks changing with warming seas
86 Restoring forests and planting trees on farms can greatly improve food security
87 Plants create a water reserve in the soil
88 Salmon and other fish predators rely on 'no guts, no glory' survival tactic
89 Genetics may predict why calcium increases risk for prostate cancer
90 Study in underwater laboratory may help manage seaweed-eating fish that protect coral
91 A wild and woolly discovery: FSU scientist's Tibetan expedition ends with prehistoric find
92 Unknown ocean bacteria create entirely new theories
93 Breeding Soybeans for Improved Feed
94 Scab Resistance in Durum Wheat
95 Are genes our destiny?
96 Carbon cycle reaches Earth's lower mantle, Science study reports
97 Seaside Fortress Was a Final Stronghold of Early Islamic Power
98 MSU sustainability scientists suggest how countries can cooperate on climate
99 Health fears over CO2 storage are unfounded, study shows
100 Astronomers find extreme weather on an alien world
101 Major threats foreseen due to Europe's changing marine environments
102 Study predicts sea level rise may take economic toll on California coast
103 Observations of Climate Change from Indigenous Alaskans
104 The cause of Earth's largest environmental catastrophe
105 Researchers analyze the evolving human relationship with fire
106 Diamonds show depth extent of Earth's carbon cycle
107 Scorched Earth: The Past, Present and Future of Human Influences on Wildfires
108 Arctic sea ice reaches minimum 2011 extent, making it second lowest in satellite record
109 Alcohol metabolism causes DNA damage and triggers a breast cancer-related DNA damage response
110 Starving cancer cells of cholesterol might offer a new way to treat brain tumors
111 Of Mice and Men
112 Carbon Nanoparticles Break Barriers--and That May Not Be Good
113 New class of stem cell-like cells discovered offers possibility for spinal cord repair
114 Notre Dame researchers demonstrate antibiotic sensing event central to MRSA antibiotic resistance
115 New model for treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder created
116 Moms who eat high-fat diet before, during pregnancy 'program' babies to be fat, at risk
117 Lack of protein FKBP51 in old mice improves resilience to depressive behavior
118 Study finds an increase of children accidentally poisoned with pharmaceuticals
119 Children with autism and gastrointestinal symptoms have altered digestive genes
120 Temperature controls the genetic message
121 New threat closes in on iconic Galapagos wildlife
122 CONRAD presents results of pivotal contraceptive study at Reproductive Health 2011
123 Pitt team finds molecular evidence of brain changes in depressed females
124 Virus a potential future cancer medicine
125 Gender, insurance type tied to HPV infection in laryngeal cancer patients
126 Report showcases success of integrated development approaches
127 Daily deal companies are here to stay, according to consumers
128 Genetics, lifestyle provide clues to racial differences in head and neck cancer
129 Culturally symbolic products: Would you buy a Sony cappuccino maker?
130 Feeling out of control? Consumers find comfort in boundaries
131 When do products (and money) literally make your mouth water?
132 It's all about autonomy: Consumers react negatively when prompted to think about money
133 Downwardly mobile: When consumer decisions are influenced by people with lower socioeconomic status
134 How do political debates affect advertising?
135 Preschoolers' grasp of numbers predicts math performance in school years
136 Damaged gait and balance can recover with long-term abstinence from alcohol
137 Black white marriages increased rapidly since 1980s, study finds
138 Childhood and the driving force of fashion
139 Rice reinforces gas hydrate strategy
140 All credit ratings not created equal
141 For kids with ADHD, regular 'green time' is linked to milder symptoms
142 New report on creating clinical public use microdata files
143 Put down that Xbox remote: FSU researcher suggests video games may not boost cognition
144 Science and science education critical for Haiti's future, says international team convened by AAAS
145 Study: Housing bust could mean lower college attendance
146 Congressional briefing sheds light on poor seniors' employment struggles
147 Finding pathways to cancer progression may lead to identification of targeted therapies
148 An electronic bucket brigade could boost solar cell voltages
149 From Star Wars to science fact: Tatooine-like planet discovered
150 Sheffield experts shine a light on the detection of bacterial infection
151 How the Milky Way got its spiral
152 Stents may reduce heart attacks by delivering downstream medication
153 A Call to Arms for Synthetic Biology
154 Common invasive test not necessary for kidney disease patients
155 Small distant galaxies host supermassive black holes
156 Arctic ground squirrels muscle up to hunker down
157 Researchers Unveil Method for Detecting Lung Cancer in Nature Nanotechnology
158 Biochemical cell signals quantified for first time
159 Installed Cost of Solar Photovoltaic Systems in the U.S. Declined Significantly in 2010 and 2011
160 Iowa State astronomer: 'Beware of the wildlife, even in apparently quiet galaxies'
161 Quantum behavior with a flash
162 Lasers could be used to detect roadside bombs
163 Balloon-based experiment to measure gamma rays 6,500 light years distant
164 Study suggests possible link between two Type 2 diabetes drugs and pancreatic cancer
165 Newborn Dinosaur Discovered in Maryland
166 Journey to the lower mantle and back
167 Tree resin captures evolution of feathers on dinosaurs and birds
168 Study suggests methylation and gene sequence co-evolve in human-chimp evolutionary divergence
169 Mouse genome sequences reveal variability, complex evolutionary history
170 Cities to grab lands equaling size of Mongolia In next 20 years, says Texas A&M study
171 TV found to have negative impact on parent-child communication and literacy
172 Voting causes stress according to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev study
173 Archivist in the sound library
174 Chronic drinking leads to reduced cortical thickness in frontal and temporal brain regions
175 New insight into immune tolerance furthers understanding of autoimmune disease
176 Virus shows promise for imaging and treating pancreatic cancer
177 Some memory complaints in the elderly may be warning signs of cognitive problems
178 Number of children poisoned by medication rising dramatically, study says
179 MRI research demonstrates ALS attacks multiple parts of the brain
180 Newest cancer therapies multi-task to eliminate tumors
181 T cells making brain chemicals may lead to better treatments for inflammation, autoimmune diseases
182 Genetics may explain why calcium increases risk for prostate cancer
183 Researchers identify potential molecular target to prevent growth of cancer cells
184 People born after World War II are more likely to binge drink and develop alcohol disorders
185 Evaluating doctoral programs in African universities
186 Informed consent processes need local adaptation
187 Strong leadership necessary to provide more sophisticated care for aging population, study finds
188 Self-delusion is a winning survival strategy, study suggests
189 Study: Campus smoking ban reduced students' smoking, changed attitudes
190 New study quantifies use of social media in Arab Spring
191 Serotonin levels affect the brain's response to anger
192 Safeguards needed to prevent discrimination of early Alzheimer's patients in the workplace
193 Milky Way's spiral arms are the product of an intergalactic collision course
194 Iowa State chemists help astronauts make sure their drinking water is clean
195 Opportunity on verge of new discovery
196 Tatooine-like planet discovered
197 The turbulent lives of stars
198 Scripps Research team discovers treatable mechanism responsible for often deadly response to flu
199 Mobile phone electromagnetic field affects local glucose metabolism in the human brain
200 Personalised 3D avatars for real life
201 Smartphone battery life could dramatically improve with new invention
202 First field-based molecular diagnostic test for African sleeping sickness in sight
203 Heavy drinkers may die needlessly in house fires
204 Watching The World In Motion, Babies Take A First Step Toward Language