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1 How many species on Earth? 8.7 million
2 Coriander oil could tackle food poisoning and drug-resistant infections
3 Investments in pastoralism offer best hope for combating droughts in Africa's drylands
4 22 August 2011: Research Vessel Polarstern at North Pole
5 Comparing soybean production methods
6 Living on the edge of poverty and national parks
7 Ancient whale skulls and directional hearing: A twisted tale
8 Storing vertebrates in the cloud
9 Climate cycles are driving wars, says study
10 American Chemical Society podcast: Questions about the safety of nanoparticles in food crops
11 NASA study refutes claims of drought-driven declines in plant productivity, global food security
12 Molecular chaperones traffic signaling proteins between cells in plant stem-cell maintenance pathway
13 Sao Paulo sets precedent for role of government intervention in ecological restoration projects
14 Plants could pave the way for new ovarian cancer treatments
15 Biological communities studied at historical WWII shipwrecks along North Carolina
16 Irrigation's impacts on global carbon uptake
17 Possible biological control discovered for pathogen devastating amphibians
18 The same number of fishermen, but less salmon in Spanish rivers
19 New Study Shows that Florida's Reefs Cannot Endure a 'Cold Snap'
20 New skin test determines age of wild animals to help control nuisance animals
21 New genome sequence could improve important agricultural crops
22 1001 Genome-Project--On the way to a complete catalog of the Arabidopsis genome
23 Nature: How the N2O Greenhouse Gas Is Decomposed
24 Southern South American wildfires expected to increase, says CU-Boulder study
25 Nickel nanoparticles may contribute to lung cancer
26 Newly discovered Icelandic current could change climate picture
27 Melanin's 'trick' for maintaining radioprotection studied
28 Scented laundry products emit hazardous chemicals through dryer vents
29 A math-based model for deep-water oil drilling
30 Remedies for science's shortage of superheroes
31 150 reports on sustainability and green chemistry at American Chemical Society Meeting
32 The first nuclear power plants for settlements on the moon and Mars
33 Sensor chip for monitoring tumors
34 Third genetic link to osteoarthritis discovered
35 A lifetime of physical activity yields measurable benefits as we age
36 Omega-3s reduce stroke severity
37 Clinical study shows young brains lack the wisdom of their elders
38 Aerobic exercise bests resistance training at burning belly fat
39 Child-care facilities can do more to promote healthy eating and physical activity among preschoolers
40 Protein in the urine spells kidney failure for African-Americans
41 New Study Finds No Nutritional Difference between Free-Range and Cage-Produced Eggs
42 Degrading proteins to divide cells
43 Lack of Free Play Among Children is Causing Harm, Say Experts in American Journal of Play
44 MSU develops hand-held unit to detect cancer in poorer countries
45 Free radicals crucial to suppressing appetite
46 Six new genetic variants linked to type 2 diabetes discovered in South Asians
47 Research offers new way to target shape-shifting proteins
48 NIH-funded researchers discover genetic link to mesothelioma
49 Going with the flow
50 The genome of mesopolyploid crop Brassica rapa sheds new light on the study of genome evolution
51 New research validates clinical importance of leukemia stem cells
52 New roles emerge for non-coding RNAs in directing embryonic development
53 Study finds shifting domestic roles for men who lost jobs in current recession
54 TGen and DTU researchers track source of Haitian cholera outbreak
55 Filling without drilling
56 Fine art in advertising can backfire
57 Three-quarters of those who have lost jobs and health insurance are skipping needed health care
58 Database of water, wastewater pipeline infrastructure systems to be launched Sept. 1
59 School-based mental health screening for teens results in connection to care
60 Researchers find wide gap in immune responses of people exposed to the flu
61 Japanese space mission brings asteroid dust back to labs on Earth
62 Tolerance grows for a wide variety of groups, except for Muslim extremists
63 Sao Paulo sets precedent for role of government intervention in ecological restoration projects
64 Workplace stress a growing health hazard
65 The malaria mosquito is disappearing--but it is not just good news
66 Hedge Funds Sold Stocks Quickly During Financial Crisis--Leaving Mutual Fund Investors to Suffer Larger Losses
67 What Determines A Company's Performance? The Shape Of The CEO's Face!
68 Single parents and gay couples face rental housing discrimination: UBC study
69 Scientists create natural Alzheimer's-fighting compound in lab
70 Yale researchers use genetic code to engineer a living protein
71 A planet made of diamond
72 First glimpse into birth of the Milky Way
73 Exotic Galaxy Reveals Tantalizing Tale
74 Discovery Explains Why Influenza B Virus Exclusively Infects Humans; Opens Door for Drugs to Fight Seasonal Epidemics Caused by Virus
75 New Depiction Of Light Could Boost Telecommunications Channels
76 Notre Dame astrophysicists identify missing fuel for galactic star formation
77 Berkeley scientists discover an 'instant cosmic classic' supernova
78 Surprise difference in neutrino and antineutrino mass lessening with new measurements from a Fermilab experiment
79 New imaging method sheds light on cell growth
80 Results of medication studies in top medical journals may be misleading to readers
81 UCSB scientists, telescopes help discover 'once in a generation' supernova
82 The atomic clock with the world's best long-term accuracy is revealed after evaluation
83 Herbal abortion helps African women
84 40 year old Mariner 5 solar wind problem finds answer--turbulence doesn't go with the flow
85 Hollywood screenwriters and scientists: More than an artistic collaboration
86 Remedies for science's shortage of superheroes
87 New skin test determines age of wild animals to help control nuisance animals
88 New genome sequence could improve important agricultural crops
89 NASA study refutes claims of drought-driven declines in plant productivity, global food security
90 'Hidden' differences of chromosome organization become visible
91 Cars could run on recycled newspaper, Tulane scientists say
92 Chickens eject sperm from males they don't fancy
93 Scale models
94 Novel control of Dengue fever
95 Feeding the five thousand--or was it three?
96 New nanoscale parameter by Aalto University resolves dilemmas on silicon property
97 Child-care facilities can do more to promote healthy eating and physical activity among preschoolers
98 Coronary heart disease due to genes, not family lifestyle
99 Research from Everest: Can leucine help burn fat and spare muscle tissue during exercise?
100 Statins reduce deaths from infection and respiratory illness, 8 years on from trial
101 Patients are living longer with ICDs, but pacing impacts survival rates
102 Apixaban superior to warfarin for preventing stroke, reducing bleeding and saving lives
103 New research validates clinical importance of leukemia stem cells
104 Stanford researchers invent sutureless method for joining blood vessels
105 Violence remains in top 10 causes of death
106 Sao Paulo sets precedent for role of government intervention in ecological restoration projects
107 Few health problems are caused by vaccines, IOM report finds
108 President's Bioethics Commission to wrap up historical investigation
109 Government-led efforts targeting eating habits of children needed to curb worldwide obesity epidemic
110 Breakthrough in genetics of fibroids
111 Achieving realistic physical activity goals benefits RA patients
112 Life expectancy success story
113 A lifetime of physical activity yields measurable benefits as we age
114 Why HIV Virus Infection Rates Are on the Rise
115 E. coli in the countryside: whose problem is it anyway?
116 When it comes to pursuing your goals, let you[r] unconscious be your guide
117 Researchers Detail How A Distant Black Hole Devoured A Star
118 Molecular chaperones traffic signaling proteins between cells in plant stem-cell maintenance pathway
119 Berkeley Lab scientists unveil an X-ray technique called HARPES
120 New sensors streamline detection of estrogenic compounds
121 Uncovering the spread of deadly cancer
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