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1 Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips
2 High Court: Warrant Needed for GPS Tracking
3 Poland Reviews Stance on Treaty After Web Attacks
4 Obama to 'Hang Out' in Live Video Chat Room
5 Megaupload Founder Kim Dotcom Denies Piracy
6 Study Finds Tablet, E-Book Ownership Soared
7 Autism Plus Mental Illness Affects Disorder's Course, Study Says
8 Musical Savant, Derek Paravacini, Stuns Audiences
9 Lots of Fun in the Sun, but Little Use of Sunscreen by Kids
10 What's the Germiest Place in Your Kitchen?
11 Rand Paul in Pat-Down Standoff With TSA in Nashville
12 Emotional Garth Brooks Testifies About Donation
13 Study plugs gap in global warming puzzle
14 Tired new dads a safety risk: study
15 Future phones could measure your health
16 Arctic Ocean freshwater bulge detected
17 All-white blackbird photographed
18 Nanoparticle trick 'boosts body's vaccine response'
19 Big Tokyo earthquake likely 'within the next few years'
20 Dozens of pilot whales beach in New Zealand
21 Gene switch 'key to heart health'
22 Glasgow scientists create 3D image of cancer protein
23 UK woman crosses Antarctica solo
24 An acid test for policy
25 Treblinka: Revealing the hidden graves of the Holocaust
26 'I was treated by the pioneers of insulin in 1930'
27 Plans for sea energy device Searaser
28 HMS Victory 'set to be recovered' from seabed
29 The world's greatest guilty pleasures
30 EU Iran sanctions: Ministers adopt Iran oil imports ban
31 Blackberry-maker RIM says co-chief executives step down
32 Costa Concordia: Bodies found as fuel pumping to start
33 Kenyatta and Ruto to face ICC trial over Kenya violence
34 Syria rejects Arab League plan for Assad to step down
35 Science of elections: The problem with turnout
36 China's appetite for work and wealth
37 German anti-Semitism 'deep-rooted' in society
38 Feng Shui master's predictions for the Year of the Dragon
39 Food symbolism: Why do we give food meaning?
40 India anger as Jay Leno Golden Temple jibe riles Sikhs
41 Two killed by Alabama 'tornadoes'
42 Freedom to move: Older professionals in new life abroad
43 Storage sites unnerved by Megaupload action
44 Egypt's post-Mubarak parliament holds first session
45 London 2012: Olympics to create 'record' wireless spectrum demand
46 EU proposes 'right to be forgotten' by internet firms
47 Advanced Cell Technology: Stem cell retinal implants safe
48 Haditha Marine Frank Wuterich enters guilty plea
49 Supreme Court limits police GPS tracking powers
50 Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom to remain in jail
51 Anonymous duped people into joining Web attacks
52 Scientists aim at seaweed-powered cars
53 Delayed: Space station's 1st private cargo run
54 Survivors sought after deadly storms pound South
55 If You Spot Bigfoot, Should You Shoot Him?
56 Sweetness in Seattle: Zoo Animals Have a Snow Day
57 English Is an Optimistic Language, Study Suggests
58 Art Collector Indulges His Morbid Curiosity
59 Yoga Made Safer: Experts Provide Do's and Don'ts
60 Why Autism Diagnosis Can Change as Children Grow Up
61 Conservatives & Liberals Don't See Eye-to-Eye, Literally
62 Mysterious 'Winged' Structure from Ancient Rome Discovered
63 Why Some Animals Are Fatter Than Others
64 Romney's Weapon Against Anti-Mormon Bias: Obama
65 Belief in Evolution Boils Down to a Gut Feeling
66 Why Some Sex Offenders Don't Stop Abusing
67 For Lightning-Fast Drones, Add a Bird's Intuition
68 Why Does Our Universe Have Three Dimensions?
69 A Good Wingman Will Lie for a Buddy
70 Gen. Y Defies Negative Stereotypes in Workplace
71 Digitizing the Past to Protect and Preserve History
72 Mutant Bird Flu Researchers Offer to Suspend Work
73 Deadliest Skin Cancer Hides in Plain Sight, Study Says
74 Telescope Gets New Gear to Bring Stars Into Focus
75 New Museum Exhibit Celebrates Famed Physicist Stephen Hawking
76 How to Tag a 3,700-Pound Walrus
77 What If There Were Another Technologically Advanced Species?
78 Small, Migrating Quakes Preceded Japan Megaquake
79 Rare Sea Creature Appears on Seattle Woman's Dock
80 Could the Internet Ever Be Destroyed?
81 Teardrops' Proteins Chomp Bacteria Like Corn on the Cob
82 Monkey Feared Extinct Rediscovered
83 Is That Ethical? Italian Cruise Disaster Sparks Leadership Questions
84 Marriage, Cohabitation Provide Similar Health Benefit
85 Manganese May Thwart Deadly E. Coli Infections
86 Study: 'Tiger Parenting' Tough on Kids
87 Worm Seeks Worm: Chemical Cues Drive Aggregation in Nematodes
88 Speed Limit for Birds: Researchers Find Critical Speed Above Which Birds--And Drones--Are Sure to Crash
89 Cooling Semiconductors by Laser Light
90 Gene Critical to Sense of Smell in Fruit Fly Identified
91 Catching a Comet Death On Camera
92 T-Rays Technology Could Help Develop Star Trek-Style Hand-Held Medical Scanners
93 Carbon Dioxide Is 'Driving Fish Crazy'
94 Tiny Amounts of Alcohol Dramatically Extend a Worm's Life, but Why?
95 'Bubblegram' Imaging: Novel Approach to View Inner Workings of Viruses
96 Toward Twister Forecasting: Scientists Make Progress in Assessing Tornado Seasons
97 Sweeping Genetic Analysis of Rare Disease Yields Common Mechanism of Hypertension
98 Researchers Solve Questions About Ethiopians' High-Altitude Adaptations
99 Health Benefits of Exercise May Depend On Cellular Degradation
100 Manganese May Have Potential in Neutralizing Deadly Shiga Toxin
101 Breast Cancers at Lower-Risk Detected With Widespread Use of Mammograms
102 Scientists Solve Mystery of Colorful Armchair Nanotubes
103 Almost Perfect: Researcher Nears Creation of Superlens
104 Magnetic Actuation Enables Nanoscale Thermal Analysis
105 Slippery When Stacked: Theorists Quantify the Friction of Graphene
106 How Protein in Teardrops Annihilates Harmful Bacteria: Novel Technology Reveals Lysozymes Have Jaws
107 Horse Fly Named in Honor of Beyonc[e]
108 Harp Seals On Thin Ice After 32 Years of Warming
109 Impact of Land Use Activity in the Amazon Basin Evaluated
110 Native Forest Birds in Hawaii in Unprecedented Trouble
111 Vaccines to Boost Immunity Where It Counts, Not Just Near Shot Site
112 Rare Miller's Grizzled Langur Rediscovered in Borneo
113 Plant Flavonoid Luteolin Blocks Cell Signaling Pathways in Colon Cancer Cells
114 Nanmaterial Detects and Removes Arsenic from Drinking Water
115 Group Settings Can Diminish Expressions of Intelligence, Especially Among Women, Study Finds
116 Researchers Engineer a Switch to Tame Aggressive Cancers
117 No More Swabbing: Spit Sampling Gets a Whole Lot Easier
118 Genetic Mechanism Linked to Congenital Heart Disease Identified
119 Embryonic Signal Drives Pancreatic Cancer and Offers a Way to Kill It
120 First Detailed Data of Risk of Using Rasilez With Certain Blood Pressure-Lowering Drugs
121 Synesthesia: Brain Study Explores What Makes Colors and Numbers Collide
122 Advance Toward an Imaging Agent for Diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease
123 Nap-Deprived Tots May Be Missing out On More Than Sleep
124 Working Moms Multitask More and Have Worse Time Doing So Than Dads
125 Why Bigger Is Better When It Comes to Our Brain and Memory
126 Color-Coding, Rearranging Food Products Improves Healthy Choices in Hospital Cafeteria
127 Study Explores Men's Ability to Manage Fear in Ways That Allow Them to Exhibit Confidence
128 Are Religious People Better Adjusted Psychologically?
129 Chemical in Personal Care Products (Phthalates) May Contribute to Child Obesity
130 Why Do Smells Make Some People Sick?
131 Novel Iron Source: Newly Identified Iron Absorption Mechanism Suggests That Legumes Could Provide Key to Treating Iron Deficiency Worldwide
132 Resource Management in Ant Colonies May Have Lessons for Politicians and Economists
133 Unveiling Malaria's 'Cloak of Invisibility'
134 Elusive Z-DNA Found On Nucleosomes
135 Fundamental Malaria Discovery: How Parasites Target Proteins to Surface of Red Blood Cells
136 Italian Shipwreck Threatens to Create Second Disaster at Sea
137 In Solar Cells, Tweaking the Tiniest of Parts Yields Big Jump in Efficiency
138 NASA Sees Repeating La Nina Hitting Its Peak
139 Mysterious Flotsam in Gulf of Mexico Came from Deepwater Horizon Rig
140 Cheap Beads Offer Alternative Solar-Heating Storage
141 Unusual 'Tulip' Creature Discovered: Lived in the Ocean More Than 500 Million Years Ago
142 When It Comes to Accepting Evolution, Gut Feelings Trump Facts
143 First Physical Evidence of Tobacco in Mayan Container
144 Ancient Popcorn Discovered in Peru
145 Prehistoric Predators With Supersized Teeth Had Beefier Arm Bones
146 Hearty Bacteria Help Make Case for Life in the Extreme
147 Researchers' Refinement Increases Solar Concentrator Efficiency
148 Flaky Graphene Makes Reliable Chemical Sensors
149 A Baby Crystal Is Born
150 Metal Oxide Simulations Could Help Green Technology
151 3-D View of 1-D Nanostructures
152 Theory Explains How New Material Could Improve Electronic Shelf Life
153 People Behave Socially and 'Well' Even Without Rules, Online Avatar Study Shows
154 Computer Simulations Revealing How Methane and Hydrogen Pack Into Gas Hydrates Could Enlighten Alternative Fuel Production and Carbon Dioxide Storage