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1 Iran Blocks UK Website in New Diplomatic Spat
2 Rhapsody Passes Million US Subscriber Milestone
3 Ethicist: 18th Century 'Giant' Should Be Buried
4 Reports of Frequent Heartburn Double, Study Finds
5 Medical Mystery: Uncontrollable Burping
6 Surge in Total Knee Replacements for Boomer Women
7 Language Learning Through Hip-Hop Music? Hellz Yeah
8 Give Your Christmas Turkey Plastic Surgery
9 Dutch Scientist Agrees to Omit Published Details of Highly Contagious Bird Flu Findings
10 Is Happiness Declining? Twitter Analysis Says It Is
11 Hong Kong Slaughters Birds After Avian Flu Scare
12 Missing Kansas Student Aisha Khan Found Alive
13 Chinese Hack Into US Chamber of Commerce, Authorities Say
14 Readied To Donate Organs, 21-Year-Old Emerges From Coma
15 Paralyzed Man Was Awake for 23 Years, Not in Vegetative State
16 Paralyzed Man Blinks to Doctors: 'Don't Pull Plug'
17 Words of Man Thought to be 'Vegetable' Were False
18 Sweet tooth fails to make an impression
19 Strange heads evolved before bodies
20 Survey finds not all meteors the same
21 LHC reports discovery of its first new particle
22 Ultracold science finds new method to get even colder
23 Solar subsidy changes could deal 'fatal blow' to industry
24 Self-healing electronic chip tests may aid space travel
25 US rejects European Court ruling on airline emissions
26 Harrabin's Notes: Pride in a Falls
27 Kim Jong-il death: 'Nature mourns' N Korea leader
28 The sharpest rooms in Shanghai
29 At least 63 killed in co-ordinated Baghdad attacks
30 US admits mistakes over killings of Pakistan troops
31 US growth revised down again for third quarter to 1.8%
32 Twins born in Brazil with two heads, one heart
33 The woman credited with creating the sexy single girl
34 US Navy lesbian couple share first gay dockside kiss
35 Finland 'finds Patriot missiles' on China-bound ship
36 Pakistan plot to overthrow government, says PM Gilani
37 'Genocide' debate sparks French, Turkish press reaction
38 Turkey recalls envoy from France over 'genocide' bill
39 Communication networks 'must come together'
40 Gardens of Time beats Cityville in Facebook games list
41 Webpages showing sharp growth in girth
42 Diana Ross set for Grammy tribute
43 2011--The technology year
44 Morning flu jabs 'work better for men'
45 Turkey retaliates over French 'genocide' bill
46 Yahoo may downsize 40% stake in Alibaba
47 Sonic CD Review: Feels fresher than any modern Sonic release
48 Steve Jobs wins posthumous Grammy
49 Curses! Secret of ancient imprecation revealed
50 Gray wolves soon to fend for themselves
51 NASA tech helping preserve Vatican holdings
52 Verizon suffers data outage
53 Watch how an act of kindness can spread amongst people
54 Baghdad bomb attacks kill at least 60
55 Payroll tax drama leaves Americans at a loss
56 Missing Kan. student Aisha Khan found safe, cops say she was never abducted
57 Ways to get thrown off your holiday flight
58 Wal-Mart pulls powdered infant formula after baby dies
59 Brazilian conjoined twins born with two heads, one body
60 Murmuration shows a fascinating and rare phenomena in nature
61 An educational and brief history of the modern Santa
62 Researchers discover secret of weevil diamond-like coat
63 New research may explain why serious thunderstorms and tornados are less prevalent on the weekends
64 Robots get social network of their very own (no kidding)
65 First ever direct measurement of the Earth's rotation
66 Fish oil may hold key to leukemia cure
67 Researchers use webs of lasers to remove entropy from a system causing quantum gases to cool
68 Comprehensive study makes key findings of ocean pH variations
69 Study uncovers clues to what makes anesthetics work
70 cb(3P): New particle at the Large Hadron Collider discovered by ATLAS experiment
71 Researchers develop paint-on solar cells (w/ video)
72 Secrets of the 'Levitating' Slinky: Viral web videos trigger physicists to explore a striking phenomenon
73 2012: Shadow of the Dark Rift
74 Scientists identify a novel therapy with potential for treating Parkinson's disease
75 Can Earth-sized planets survive their star's expansion?
76 New species of 'spiral poo worms' found in the Atlantic
77 Spitzer and Hubble telescopes find rare galaxy at dawn of time
78 Scientists pioneer new method for watching proteins fold
79 Landmark discovery has magnetic appeal for scientists
80 Record conductivity achieved in strained lattice organic semiconductor
81 Dawn sends first low altitude images of Vesta
82 Some nearby young stars may be much older than previously thought
83 Disease-causing strains of Fusarium prevalent in plumbing drains
84 Silk microneedles deliver controlled-release drugs painlessly
85 Single gene links rare and unrelated cancers
86 Study examines how diving marine mammals manage decompression
87 New discovery could lead to treatment for Angelman syndrome
88 Scientists provide global view of how HIV hijacks cells during infection
89 Habit formation is enabled by gateway to brain cells
90 Quantum cats are hard to see
91 RQ-170 drone's ambush facts spilled by Iranian engineer
92 Hyperthermia treatment of cancer using magnetic nanoparticles: First detailed elucidation of heat generation mechanism
93 Demonstration of ultra-high speed piezoelectric thin film with nanodomain structure
94 Prototype device measures absolute optical power in fiber at nanowatt levels
95 NIST releases first certified reference material for single-wall carbon nanotubes
96 How to build doughnuts with Lego blocks
97 Monitoring the transformation of silver nanowires into gold nanotubes with in situ transmission X-ray microscopy
98 Novel use for African mushroom found in cancer research
99 Universal transistor serves as a basis to perform any logic function
100 A single cell endoscope: Researchers use nanophotonics for optical look inside living cells
101 A new spin in diamonds for quantum technologies
102 Quantum computing has applications in magnetic imaging
103 UCF nanotechnology may speed up drug testing
104 Researchers measure nanometer scale temperature
105 New insights into nanoparticles and dividing cells
106 New spectroscopy technique enables investigation of two-dimensional electron states
107 Engineer guest authors PNAS commentary on directing colloidal assembly
108 The onset of electrical resistance
109 Underwater neutrino detector will be second-largest structure ever built
110 Book on Richard Feynman nets honors for Arizona State professor
111 Researchers devise a way to make a simple quantum computer using holograms
112 NIST sensor improvement brings analysis method into mainstream
113 Nanometer-scale growth of cone cells tracked in living human eye
114 'Painless' plasma brush is becoming reality in dentistry, engineers say
115 Magnetic breakthrough may have significant pull
116 Reclaiming the land after a forest fire
117 'Space ball' drops on Namibia
118 NASA's first J-2X engine rockets through first round of testing; development continues strong
119 NASA studies vegetation canopy water content, soil moisture
120 NASA conducts Orion parachute testing for orbital test flight
121 A possible aid for navigators: Research says microorganisms may create Pacific's 'underwater lightning'
122 China says it opposes EU airline emissions charges
123 Shell deploys ships to clean oil spill off Nigeria
124 Earth always has a second temporary moon, researchers claim
125 Domestic robots: Harmony on the homefront?
126 Virginia Tech unveils HokieSpeed, a new powerful supercomputer for the masses
127 A device attempts to elevate the iPad's keyboard
128 Brainlink controller smartens dust-collecting robots: Let's Roomba
129 Soft-bots: Research challenges traditional image of robotics
130 Amazon selling over one million Kindles a week
131 The Kindle Fire's big security problem
132 Microsoft's Mango update sweetens Windows Phone
133 Watches that compute are the next small thing in technology
134 Hitachi ships two new 4TB hard drives
135 TUM robots 'Kinect' to sandwiches and popcorn
136 Cellphone towers fade into landscape
137 With WeVideo, you can edit video in the cloud, then share it
138 Rhapsody passes million US subscriber milestone
139 Let it snow! And five other super-fun Google tricks
140 Battery-powered Christmas carol: A trip down memory (effect) lane
141 How to kick-start new energy technologies
142 Iran moves websites to avoid cyber attacks
143 China extends microblog rules to south: report
144 Review: Take the time to curate Facebook Timeline
145 Verizon 4G network crashes again
146 Apple buys Israeli start-up for $400mn: reports
147 Future is bright for ONR's lightweight, sun-powered generator
148 Facebook agrees to changes to improve transparency
149 Review: 'Rocksmith' rocks out with real guitars
150 US travel site TripAdvisor hits market with thud
151 Biochemists develop promising new treatment direction for rare metabolic diseases
152 How do you mend a broken heart?
153 Applying pressure reaps material rewards
154 Some 'low-gluten' beer contains high levels of gluten
155 New evidence that bacteria in large intestine have a role in obesity
156 Materials science reveals clues about pigment degrading on painting
157 Researchers figure out how to outperform nature's photosynthesis
158 Scientists create a functional model of the extracellular matrix
159 Fingerprinting uranium: X-rays identify mobile, stationary forms of atomic pollutant
160 Algal protein gives boost to electrochemical water splitting
161 Chemicals and biofuel from wood biomass
162 Swiss researchers create unscratchable gold
163 Built-in 'self-destruct timer' causes ultimate death of messenger RNA in cells
164 New research illustrates how genome adapts to transposon invasion
165 Blood progenitor cells receive signals from niche cells and the daughter blood cells they create
166 Transcriptional elongation control takes on new dimensions
167 High genetic diversity in an ancient Hawaiian clone
168 New Delta invader threatens to clog waterways, pumps
169 Revealing how a potato disease takes hold
170 Stallone film in Bulgaria 'vandalised' bat colonies: experts
171 World-first discovery of hybrid sharks off Australia's east coast
172 Worm compost can suppress plant disease, regulate nutrients, research finds
173 Controversial 'bird flu' edits move ahead
174 Development of 'matrix' material controlling differentiation of stem cells
175 US official says bird flu limits not 'censorship'
176 Gene fusion in lung cancer afflicting never-smokers may be target for therapy
177 Journal Science retracts mouse virus link to fatigue
178 How skin is wired for touch
179 Toddlers don't listen to their own voice like adults do
180 Long intervening non-coding RNAs play pivotal roles in brain development
181 Researchers propose new model to design better flu shots
182 Scientists find missing link in regulation of glucose
183 How moms talk influences children's perspective-taking ability
184 Teens who express own views with mom resist peer pressures best
185 Brain size may predict risk for early Alzheimer's disease
186 Do you hear what I hear? Noise exposure surrounds us
187 ORNL image analysis prowess advances retina research
188 Study details how dengue infection hits harder the second time around
189 Taking a predictive approach to identifying adverse drug reactions
190 French study suggests maggots may clean wounds faster than surgery
191 Timing is key in the proper wiring of the brain: study
192 Learning left from right
193 Lower classes quicker to show compassion in the face of suffering
194 Study: Eating less keeps the brain young
195 New discovery expected to significantly change biomedical research
196 France may order 30,000 women to remove implants
197 Scientists identify an innate function of vitamin E
198 New take on impacts of low dose radiation
199 How pregnancy changes a woman's brain
200 Nostalgia: The gift that keeps on giving
201 New Cambridge study measures countries' well-being
202 New success model for microfinance: A matter of trust
203 Research may hold key to a happy marriage
204 Staple diet: Christmas turkey nightmare is resolved at last
205 Language learning through hip-hop music
206 The mall as a sanctuary: Study finds holiday shopping outlets aren't just shrines to spending
207 Oldest obsidian bracelet reveals amazing craftsmen's skills in the eighth millennium BC
208 It's a bird, it's a plane, it's super hero sexism
209 Experts urge 18th-century 'Irish giant' be laid to rest
210 People more likely to lie when texting: research
211 Marketing trends in 2012: Viral promotion, product placement, crowdsourcing
212 How to break Murphy's Law
213 Financial meltdowns drive interest in business ethics, professor says
214 Producers need to watch margins during economic uncertainty