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1 NEC goes ultra-thin with 0.3mm-thick batteries
2 Mesquite trees displacing Southwestern grasslands
3 Delicate rescue saves stranded $1.7B US satellite
4 Scientists call for fundamental governance overhaul to ensure Earth's sustainability
5 'Faster-than-light' particles fade after cross-check
6 How to make ethical robots
7 Researchers send 'wireless' message using neutrinos
8 Maglev track could launch spacecraft into orbit
9 Astronomers map dark matter distribution in 3D in Abell 383 galaxy cluster
10 Graphene battery demonstrated to power an LED
11 Researchers develop graphene supercapacitor holding promise for portable electronics
12 The annihilating effects of space travel
13 Google's moves raise questions about 'don't be evil' motto
14 Cell phone use in pregnancy may cause behavioral disorders in offspring: new study
15 More red meat consumption appears to be associated with increased risk of death
16 S. Korean, Russian scientists bid to clone mammoth
17 Laser lightning rod: Guiding bursts of electricity with a flash of light
18 Cheaper, quieter and fuel-efficient biplanes could put supersonic travel on the horizon
19 The 'twilight zone' of traffic costs lives at stoplight intersections
20 Cap and trade programs do not provide sufficient incentives for innovation: research
21 Straintronics: Engineers create piezoelectric graphene
22 Future NASA mission to sun 'a life's dream' for some
23 Sex-deprived fruit flies drink more alcohol: New study could uncover answers for human addictions
24 Health insurance premiums will surpass median household income in 2033: study
25 Mystery human fossils put spotlight on China
26 Third research team close to creating Majorana fermion
27 Ice giant planets have more water volume than believed
28 New evidence to solve the mystery of the 'eclipse wind'
29 Far-out photosynthesis
30 3D-printer with nano-precision
31 Nano rescues skin: Shrimp shell nanotech for wound healing and anti-aging face cream
32 Nanopills release drugs directly from the inside of cells
33 Under the microscope #16--Nanowires
34 Research team finds way to simulate graphene Dirac points
35 New generation of flexible graphene transistors
36 Researchers demonstrate versatility of solid-state protein sensor
37 Dye-sensitized solar cells with carbon nanotube transparent electrodes offer significant cost savings
38 Molecular graphene heralds new era of 'designer electrons'
39 Silicon-carbon electrodes snap, swell, don't pop
40 Tailored optical material from DNA: Nano spiral staircases modify light
41 Are silver nanoparticles harmful?
42 New method of monitoring protein molecules using gold nanoantennas
43 A dynamical quantum simulator
44 APEX: At the forefront of what's needed for the next generation of light sources
45 LCLS offers new method for examining membrane proteins
46 First step taken to image ultra-fast movements in chemical reactions
47 Scientists reveal inner workings of magnets, a finding that could lead to faster computers
48 Solitary waves induce waveguide that can split light beams
49 Artificially structured metamaterials may boost wireless power transfer
50 Quantum strategy offers game-winning advantages, even without entanglement
51 Fiber laser points to woven 3-D displays
52 New design for a metamaterial could be far more efficient at capturing sunlight than existing solar cells
53 Smog and fog ground hundreds of Beijing flights
54 Chevron accused of graft in Indonesian green project
55 Weird weather: heat, twisters, 250K tons of snow
56 Glacier-fed river systems threatened by climate change
57 Glittering jewels of Messier 9
58 'Gravity is climate'--10 years of climate research satellites GRACE
59 Near-miss asteroid will return next year
60 Risk of major flooding in spring is low for the first time in four years
61 Study of isotopes shows recycling of Earth's crust began 3 billion years ago
62 NASA postpones launch of X-ray telescope
63 NASA sees cyclone Lua strengthening for March 17 landfall
64 The amazing technology that crafted the Webb Telescope technology
65 New analysis of clay deposits in ancient Martian Lakes
66 Smartphones, laptops easy to trace but hard to recover
67 Droid Razr Maxx's longevity tops Galaxy Note's stylus
68 Student-designed robots take on March Madness
69 Apple fans buy iPad on 1st day, some wait hours
70 Apple fans snap up new iPad in muted launch
71 Apple looks to tighten tablet market grip with new iPad
72 Heavy demand expected as iPad goes on sale Friday
73 25 countries to get iPad a week after US launch
74 Australians first to get hands on new iPad
75 Researchers replicate slime mold with brainless amoeboid robot that can move toward an attractant
76 Giving research a boost with cheaper biochips
77 Toshiba to launch the world-fastest class SDHC memory cards
78 Tablet computers added to British inflation 'basket'
79 Demand for iPad, rivals leads IDC to up forecast
80 Businesses eyeing iPads for the workplace: report
81 Singapore gains toehold in world arms industry
82 80% in Japan 'support nuclear phase-out'
83 Obama urges end to US reliance on foreign energy
84 Lifebrowser: Data mining gets (really) personal at Microsoft
85 Fan power may lead to ban on F1 new 'stepped noses'
86 Movie industry embraces an old enemy: the cellphone
87 Video games enter realm of art at Smithsonian
88 New report on how UK should deal with future energy needs
89 Google making search smarter with 'semantic' capabilities
90 Lawsuit slams 'apps' for mining smartphone contacts
91 Using virtual worlds to 'soft control' people's movements in the real one
92 19 arrested in US for credit card, identity theft ring
93 Nanopore: the Oxford story
94 Glowing White: Solvent-free luminescent organic liquids for organic electronics
95 New technology to aid crystallization prediction
96 The computer knows its chemistry
97 Double chemical action yields double success
98 Novel plastics and textiles from waste with the use of microbes
99 Another piece of the ion pump puzzle
100 Novel U. of Colorado 3D super-resolution imaging technology to be developed by Boulder company
101 Glass from the past informs decisions for the future
102 Soft ray looks to save lives by developing rapid, low-cost system for detection of bacteria in blood platelets
103 Cyborg snail produces electricity
104 Process makes polymers truly plastic
105 Researchers create more efficient hydrogen fuel cells
106 Spallation Neutron Source puts the squeeze on methane hydrate cages
107 Researchers devise simple, inexpensive approach to making soft magnetic films for microwave applications
108 New insights into ancient life: Chromosome segregation in Archaea
109 France bans strain of Monsanto genetically modified maize
110 Hummingbirds take no notice of flower color
111 Researchers uncover molecular pathway through which common yeast becomes fungal pathogen
112 Researchers print live cells with a standard inkjet printer
113 New paper examines poison resistance in snakes around the world
114 An invasive Asian fly is taking over European fruit
115 Lyme disease surge predicted for the northeastern US
116 By temporarily silencing a hyperactive gene, scientists dramatically boost the efficiency of mouse cloning
117 Isle Royale wolves may go extinct
118 Increase in Arctic shipping poses risk to marine mammals
119 US appeals court allows wolf hunts
120 Controversial study promoting psychic ability debunked
121 Just 60 seconds of combat impairs memory
122 More trans fat consumption linked to greater aggression
123 Tobacco smoke affects early human embryonic development
124 Study finds how to correct human mitochondrial mutations
125 Rats match humans in decision-making that involves combining different sensory cues: study
126 Low-fat milk is good, but some sun is an option for vitamin D
127 Diet or DNA: are we fated to be fat?
128 Meeting greater number of recommended cardiovascular health factors linked with lower risk of death
129 Obesity raises death risk tied to sleeping pills
130 Psoriasis patients may face higher heart risk
131 Highly exposed to phthalates as fetuses, female mice have altered reproductive lives
132 Social disapproval not fear helps smokers quit
133 Brain imaging study finds evidence of basis for caregiving impulse
134 Cell-signaling pathway has key role in development of gestational diabetes
135 Response rate high for some patients with metastatic melanoma treated with vemurafenib
136 Scientists identify neural activity sequences that help form memory, decision-making
137 Aging brain gets stuck in time, researchers show
138 Scientists identify unexpected player in intestinal immunity
139 New computer algorithm discovers drug side effects, interactions
140 Scientists produce eye structures from human blood-derived stem cells
141 Exposure to antibiotics linked to severity of allergic asthma: research
142 White rice increases risk of Type 2 diabetes
143 A wandering mind reveals mental processes and priorities
144 Biologists find potential drug that speeds cellular recycling
145 Sending out an SOS: How telomeres incriminate cells that can't divide
146 Stem cells hint at potential treatment for Huntington's disease
147 Study: The right strategy doesn't guarantee advantage in auctions, real estate or stock market
148 Skeleton found near Cambridge evidence of first Christian burial in England
149 The rise and fall of Kodak's moment
150 Sharing patents with competitors may encourage innovation as probability for market success increases, study suggests
151 From unemployed to entrepreneur
152 That's, like, super cooool
153 Provost explores challenges still faced by women in science
154 Democracy v. self interest?
155 The stress of undress: Public change rooms can cause body anxieties for women
156 Study: Young people not so 'green' after all
157 Was human evolution caused by climate change?
158 Can one simple strategy help consumers say 'no' to temptation?
159 ChronoZoom: A deep dive into the history of everything
160 Why would consumers pay less for separate than bundled products?
161 Decision quicksand: Why do consumers get mired in trivial choices?