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  1. Health & Medicine

    Wheat genome announcement turns out to be small beer

    The DNA sequence released by U.K. team still requires assembly.

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  2. Math

    Math medallions awarded

    Winners’ work has larger implications for physical systems

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  3. Humans

    Protecting innocent — and not so innocent — bystanders

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  4. Physics

    Blog: Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle still certain

    Despite rumors to the contrary, a mainstay of quantum physics is just as (un)certain as ever.

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  5. Astronomy

    Heftiest stars discovered

    At more than 200 times sun’s mass, this giant sets a new record.

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  6. Plants

    Explosions, mushroom clouds — all good for short moss

    BLOG: Sphagnum reproduces with a bang that compensates for life so close to the ground.

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  7. Health & Medicine

    Critics point to flaws in longevity study

    BLOG: A study showing a genetic basis for exceptionally long life in humans has come under fire from critics.

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  8. Planetary Science

    Up close and personal with an asteroid

    The Rosetta orbiter makes its second swing past a relic of the early solar system.

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  9. Space

    Astronomers stoke cosmic debate

    Astronomers from the United Kingdom have published papers criticizing some of the evidence used to support theories of dark matter and energy.

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  10. Hayabusa asteroid sample return mission lands in Australia

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  11. Earth

    Operation Icewatch 2010 gears up

    Climate experts turn their gaze north to monitor this summer's Arctic melt.

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  12. Planetary Science

    Hubble hunting for Jupiter bruise

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