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  1. A CPU cooling breakthrough from 1816
  2. Block Lighting
  3. Space
  4. Now this is Weird
  5. water-burning car?
  6. The future
  7. gas mileage
  8. Black hole ?
  9. Xcor rockets
  10. Turning wood chips into fuel
  11. Ask it Here
  12. Zero boot time a reality
  13. experimental T-cell therapy
  14. shape-shifting programmable matter
  15. Dancers Fuel New Nightclub - Literally
  16. "Unbreakable" Encryption
  17. WorldWide Telescope
  18. The robots are coming
  19. News in Brief: Earth & Environment
  20. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  21. Deleted Scenes: No new particle from second detector
  22. FOR KIDS: An enemy in the cave
  23. FOR KIDS: Musical microbes
  24. FOR KIDS: Silk from a spider's foot
  25. Math Trek: Beer bubble math
  26. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  27. Diving spiders make their own gills
  28. Water-air interface barely there
  29. Heart has cellular regeneration ability
  30. News in Brief: Social Networks
  31. Wave function directly measured
  32. News in Brief: Life
  33. Superdupernovas
  34. Seeking Address: Why Cyber Attacks Are So Difficult to Trace Back to Hackers
  35. Why'd He Have to Go and Cry? Weiner's Tears May Have Generated Contempt
  36. Rings and Worms Tell the Tale of a Shipwreck Found at Ground Zero [Slide Show]
  37. Electrical Fire Knocks Out Spent Fuel Cooling at Nebraska Nuclear Plant
  38. Autism's Tangled Genetics Full of Rare and Varied Mutations
  39. Shattered Expectations: Ultrabright Supernovae Defy Explanation
  40. Computer Crash Test: Will Your Internet Access Come to a Screeching Halt on June 8?
  41. Nearly 200 Poor Communities Awarded $76 Million to Clean Up, Redevelop Industrial Sit
  42. Sprouts? Cucumbers? Authorities Still Searching for Source of E. Coli
  43. Mass Arrest: Jupiter's Early Migration Could Explain Mars's Small Size
  44. Stick Up: Antimatter Atoms Trapped for More Than 15 Minutes
  45. New MRSA Strain Found in Dairy Cattle and Humans
  46. The Evolutionary Errors of X-Men
  47. Newly Discovered Microscopic Worm Thrives in Gold Mines a Kilometer Underground
  48. Retrovirus No Longer Thought to Be Cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  49. String Theory: Violinist Taps Artificial Intelligence to Interact with Her Unique Sou
  50. Climate Change Linked to Social Collapses in Greenland Since 800 B.C.
  51. Astronomical Deficit Forces Downsizing of U.S. Telescope Projects
  52. Kepler Spacecraft Shows That Smaller Planets Abound
  53. Good Vibrations: U.S. Consumer Web Site Aims to Enhance Sex Toy Safety
  54. It lives and lases
  55. News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy
  56. The Fog of Cyber War: What Are the Rules of Engagement?
  57. Green Fluorescent Protein Makes for Living Lasers
  58. Human mutation rate slower than thought
  59. New technique spins superlong nanowires
  60. News in Brief: Humans
  61. The Fog of Cyberwar: What Are the Rules of Engagement?
  62. Human mutation rate slower than thought
  63. New technique spins superlong nanowires
  64. News in Brief: Humans
  65. It lives and lases
  66. News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy
  67. News in Brief: Earth & Environment
  68. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  69. Deleted Scenes: No new particle from second detector
  70. FOR KIDS: An enemy in the cave
  71. FOR KIDS: Musical microbes
  72. FOR KIDS: Silk from a spider's foot
  73. Math Trek: Beer bubble math
  74. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  75. Diving spiders make their own gills
  76. Water-air interface barely there
  77. Beyond Condoms: The Long Quest for a Better Male Contraceptive
  78. Too much TV can be toxic
  79. Female infidelity may violate goose-gander parity principle
  80. Too much TV can be toxic
  81. Female infidelity may violate goose-gander parity principle
  82. Too much TV can be toxic
  83. Human mutation rate slower than thought
  84. New technique spins superlong nanowires
  85. News in Brief: Humans
  86. It lives and lases
  87. News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy
  88. News in Brief: Earth & Environment
  89. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  90. Deleted Scenes: No new particle from second detector
  91. FOR KIDS: An enemy in the cave
  92. FOR KIDS: Musical microbes
  93. FOR KIDS: Silk from a spider's foot
  94. Math Trek: Beer bubble math
  95. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  96. Loophole found in genetic traffic laws
  97. Dino proteins could have been sheltered
  98. Ketamineís antidepressant effect explained
  99. FOR KIDS: Deep-down worm is far out
  100. FOR KIDS: Germy weather
  101. News in Brief: Life
  102. Next solar cycle could be a no-show
  103. Stricter Regulation of Formaldehyde Remains Uncertain Despite Carcinogen Ruling
  104. Why'd He Have to Go and Cry? Weiner's Tears May Have Generated Contempt
  105. Lemonade without the Lemons: New Search Engine Looks for Uplifting News
  106. Tsunami lit up the heavens
  107. Some fights vanish in plain sight
  108. Lemonade without the Lemons: New Search Engine Looks for Uplifting News
  109. Stricter Regulation of Formaldehyde Remains Uncertain, Despite Carcinogen Ruling
  110. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  111. Science & the Public: Couch potatoes: Where the risks lie
  112. Evolutionís wedges
  113. Death of a continent, birth of an Ocean
  114. Mind-Controlled
  115. Book Review : BOOK REVIEW: Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us by Joe Palca and Flo
  116. Book Review : The Dance of Air and Sea: How Oceans, Weather, and Life Link Together b
  117. Book Review : Finding Mars by Ned Rozell
  118. The Hole Picture: Growth of Black Holes and Galaxies Linked from an Early Age
  119. Science of friction is a bit rough
  120. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  121. Issue for the week of July 2nd, 2011
  122. Messages from Mercury
  123. Evolutionís Wedges
  124. Death of a Continent, Birth of an Ocean
  125. High Wired: Does Addictive Internet Use Restructure the Brain?
  126. News in Brief: Earth & Environment
  127. News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy
  128. Armadillo Moves North Across a Warmer North America
  129. Modern-day sea level rise skyrocketing
  130. Brain has two slots for working memory
  131. Better putting in a few simple steps
  132. News in Brief: Atom & Cosmos
  133. FOR KIDS: Swirling seas of plastic trash
  134. Scientists Warn Chemicals May Be Altering Breast Development
  135. Food choices matter in weight control
  136. News in Brief: Life
  137. Multicellular life arises in a test tube
  138. NASA spacecraft puts moon in new focus
  139. FOR KIDS: Gut instinct
  140. FOR KIDS: Changing climate alters fish behavior
  141. Turf and Surf: Salty Plumes Point to Underground Ocean inside Saturn's Moon Enceladus
  142. Food choices matter in weight control
  143. News in Brief: Life
  144. Multicellular life arises in a test tube
  145. NASA spacecraft puts moon in new focus
  146. FOR KIDS: Gut instinct
  147. FOR KIDS: Changing climate alters fish behavior
  148. FOR KIDS: Swirling seas of plastic trash
  149. News in Brief: Atom & Cosmos
  150. Better putting in a few simple steps
  151. Modern-day sea level rise skyrocketing
  152. Brain has two slots for working memory
  153. News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy
  154. News in Brief: Earth & Environment
  155. Science of friction is a bit rough
  156. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  157. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  158. Spacecraft goes from crash landing to mission accomplished
  159. From Z's to A's
  160. Big dinosaurs kept their cool
  161. Fukushima Meltdown Mitigation Aims to Prevent Radioactive Flood
  162. Math disability tied to bad number sense
  163. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  164. New data zap views of static electricity
  165. Blue light used to treat diabetes
  166. Fukushima Meltdown Mitigation Aims to Prevent Radioactive Flood
  167. Batteries not included
  168. Is Karzai's Accusation That Coalition Forces Are Polluting Afghanistan with Nuclear M
  169. News in Brief: Earth/Environment
  170. News in Brief: Earth/Environment
  171. Batteries not included
  172. Math disability tied to bad number sense
  173. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  174. New data zap views of static electricity
  175. Blue light used to treat diabetes
  176. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  177. Spacecraft goes from crash landing to mission accomplished
  178. From Z's to A's
  179. Big dinosaurs kept their cool
  180. Snakebite treatment buys time
  181. News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy
  182. Deleted Scenes: A fine how-do-you-do from an asteroid
  183. On the Scene: Bright minds tackle global health
  184. Bone may display oldest art in Americas
  185. New gene therapy fixes mistakes
  186. Floodwaters may trigger fault motion
  187. News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy
  188. Snakebite treatment buys time
  189. Legacy of Mental Health Problems from Iraq and Afghanistan Wars Will Be Long-Lived
  190. Deleted Scenes: A fine how-do-you-do from an asteroid
  191. On the Scene: Bright minds tackle global health
  192. Bone may display oldest art in Americas
  193. New gene therapy fixes mistakes
  194. Floodwaters may trigger fault motion
  195. Tasmanian devil genomes offer some hope, few answers
  196. News in Brief: Atom & Cosmos
  197. News in Brief: Humans
  198. BPA makes male mice less macho
  199. Lionfish no match for big groupers
  200. On Its Final Mission, Atlantis to Help Ready NASA for Post-Shuttle Era
  201. News in Brief: Atom & Cosmos
  202. News in Brief: Humans
  203. BPA makes male mice less macho
  204. Lionfish no match for big groupers
  205. Tasmanian devil genomes offer some hope, few answers
  206. 'Green' Positions on Climate Change Can Help All Candidates, Survey Finds
  207. Science & the Public: AAAS board defends climate scientists
  208. Most distant quasar raises questions
  209. Alzheimer's plaques due to purging flaw
  210. Brilliant, but Distant: Most Far-Flung Known Quasar Offers Glimpse into Early Univers
  211. "Green" Positions on Climate Change Can Help All Candidates, Survey Finds
  212. Sleeping babies learn in an eyeblink
  213. News in Brief: Life
  214. FOR KIDS: Not seeing sunspots
  215. You haven't heard it all
  216. Flake Effect: Airplanes Can Trigger Snowfall around Airports
  217. Nuke Plant Inspections Find Flaws in Disaster Readiness
  218. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  219. Weevils evolved nut-and-screw joint
  220. Sleeping babies learn in an eyeblink
  221. News in Brief: Life
  222. FOR KIDS: Not seeing sunspots
  223. You haven't heard it all
  224. Science & the Public: AAAS board defends climate scientists
  225. Most distant quasar raises questions
  226. Alzheimer's plaques due to purging flaw
  227. Social Climber: Google Challenges Facebook for Social Networking Supremacy--Again
  228. News in Brief: Body & Brain
  229. Weevils evolved nut-and-screw joint
  230. Terrorists Get Better with Practice: New Mathematical Model Shows How Fatal Attacks E
  231. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  232. Issue for the week of July 16th, 2011
  233. The power of D
  234. Collapsing Coastlines
  235. Book Review : Book Review: A Planet of Viruses by Carl Zimmer
  236. Book Review : Book Review: Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain by David Eagleman
  237. Book Review : The Ragged Edge of the World by Eugene Linden
  238. Book Review : Epigenetics by Richard C. Francis
  239. Book Review : Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime: The Oceans' Oddest Creatures and Why They M
  240. Book Review : Antarctic Wildlife: A Visitorís Guide by James Lowen
  241. Book Review : Out of Character: Surprising Truths About the Liar, Cheat, Sinner (and
  242. News in Brief: Genes & Cells
  243. Issue for the week of July 16th, 2011
  244. The power of D
  245. Collapsing Coastlines
  246. Book Review : Book Review: A Planet of Viruses by Carl Zimmer
  247. Book Review : Book Review: Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain by David Eagleman
  248. Book Review : The Ragged Edge of the World by Eugene Linden
  249. Book Review : Epigenetics by Richard C. Francis
  250. Book Review : Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime: The Oceans' Oddest Creatures and Why They M