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1 Shoppers' Spending Habits Follow Well-Known Economic Law
2 The Last Supper Will Travel The Internet At 16 Billion Pixels
3 Scientists discover possible cosmic defect, remnant from Big Bang
4 Researchers Uncover Physics of Coiling Ropes
5 Researchers race ahead with latest spintronics achievement
6 Video shows buckyballs form by 'shrink wrapping'
7 Napping doesn't impair nighttime sleep, research finds
8 NIST Demos Industrial-Grade Nanowire Device Fabrication
9 Scientists Create Quantum Cascade Laser Nanoantenna
10 From moths and cicadas come improvements to solar cells
11 Researchers improve memory devices using nanotech
12 Platinum-rich shell, platinum-poor core
13 The sensitive side of carbon nanotubes: Creating powerful pressure sensors
14 Nanowire Manipulation Could Lead to Hand-Held Supercomputers
15 Toward world's smallest radio: nano-sized detector turns radio waves into music
16 Enhancement of Polymer luminescence by excitation-energy transfer from Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
17 Nanowire generates its own electricity
18 Gold nanorods shed light on new approach to fighting cancer
19 New-School 'Aether' May Shed Light on Neutron Stars
20 Entanglement Swapping: A New Quantum Trick
21 Physicists Determine Source of 'Killer' Electrons in Earth's Radiation Belt
22 Physicists Build Unparticle Models Guided by Big Bang and Supernovae
23 Combining solid-state physics with quantum optics
24 New insights into how lasers cut flesh
25 In world first, European physicists snap elusive neutrino particles
26 String Theory's Next Top Model
27 Three first-ever atomic nuclei created at NSCL; new super-heavy aluminum isotopes may exist
28 Can this experiment identify dark matter?
29 Samsung Develops New Flash Memory Chip
30 NEC Develops Security Minded--Picture Perfect ATM Display
31 Hitachi develops finger friendly steering wheel
32 Japan's NEC boasts world's most powerful computer
33 Apple Imposes New Limits on iPhone Sales
34 Missing Black Hole Report: Hundreds Found!
35 Mystery Comet Explodes into Brightness
36 Recognizing someone's name but forgetting how you met them is all in your head
37 How to design a cancer-killing virus
38 Extinction threat growing for mankind's closest living relatives
39 Plants live, die according to their size
40 Going Live With Click Chemistry
41 Persistence pays off
42 Bacteria Species May Help Ethanol Output
43 World's hottest chile pepper discovered
44 Japan showcases cars that talk sense
45 Suzuki proposes air-cooled fuel-cell motorbike
46 High-tech textiles pave the way for glowing garments
47 Scientists find new causes for neurodegeneration
48 Scientists Find New Causes For Neurodegeneration
49 Colorful View For First Land Animals
50 Bird Flu Finds Children's Lungs Faster
51 Endangered Wandering Albatross Catches Prey Differently Than Previously Thought
52 Mystery Comet Explodes Into Brightness
53 Ancient DNA Reveals That Some Neanderthals Were Redheads
54 Methane Bubbling From Arctic Lakes, Now And At End Of Last Ice Age
55 Possible Cosmic Defect, Remnant From Big Bang, Discovered
56 Secrets Behind Butterfly Wing Patterns Uncovered
57 Mate Tea Lowers Cholesterol
58 Bus Scheduling Algorithm Picks Up The Slack
59 Home Computers Help Researchers Better Understand Universe
60 The Sensitive Side Of Carbon Nanotubes: Creating Powerful Pressure Sensors
61 Delft University Team Wins Solar-powered Car Competition
62 Three First-ever Atomic Nuclei Created; New Super-heavy Aluminum Isotopes May Exist
63 Missing Black Hole Report: Hundreds Found!
64 First Known Belt Of Moonlets In Saturn's Rings Detected
65 Safer Gene Therapy? Hope For Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and MS
66 'Twinkle After Effect' Can Help Retinal Patients Detect Vision Loss Quickly And Cheaply
67 Condiments Can Take Food From 'Blah' To 'Ahh' And Add Nutritional Value
68 When Will Biofuels Be At Every Fuel Pump, And From Where Will They Come?
69 Possible Biomarker For Colon Cancer In People 50 And Under Identified
70 Some like it hot
71 Wind energy on demand
72 Statistical physics is for the birds
73 Hot Rod Continent
74 Mercury from U.S. wildfires
75 Reason for the Season
76 Did seafood encourage 'Out of Africa' trips?
77 Increased sun exposure halves risk of advanced breast cancer: study
78 New Theory Predicts Location Of Oil And Gas Reserves
79 Self-charging clothing will power gadgets
80 Sensitive photonic gel switches to any colour
81 Lack of sleep sends emotions off the deep end
82 Probing ancient shipwrecks with DNA
83 Human hands and feet have fishy origins
84 Parents use religion to avoid vaccines
85 Reef overcoming medical barriers
86 Will muons reveal Maya mysteries?
87 Appendix may shelter 'good' bacteria
88 Polar dinosaurs left their tracks
89 Slideshow: Instant Housing and Designing for Disaster
90 Exterminate! Exterminate!
91 Galaxy Caught Stealing Gas
92 Electromagnetic Wormhole Could Make Objects Invisible
93 Textual Liberation?
94 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
95 Review--Making Up the Mind: How the Brain Creates Our Mental World
96 The Most Important Fish in the Sea
97 Six Millennia of Truth Seeking
98 Review--Doubting Darwin?: Creationist Designs on Evolution
99 Creationist vs. Atheist YouTube War Marks New Breed of Copyright Claim
100 News Bytes of the Week--Creationists Lose an Unwitting Ally
101 New Menu Item on Space Station: Drinking Water Made from Recycled Urine
102 Fact or Fiction?: Stress Causes Gray Hair
103 ASK THE EXPERTS: How do we manage to remember smells despite the fact that each olfactory sensory neuron only survives for about 60 days and is then replaced by a new cell?
104 The Great Cosmic Roller-Coaster Ride
105 Seismologists See Earth's Interior As Interplay Between Temperature, Pressure And Chemistry
106 NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Gets Spacewired
107 Dwarf Galaxies Need Dark Matter Too
108 Missing Black Hole Report: Hundreds Found
109 Mars Ice Shaken Not Stirred
110 Gamma-ray lighthouse at the edge of our universe
111 Cassini is on the trail of a runaway mystery
112 Cassini gives new views of Titan's land of lakes and seas
113 Orbiter gives color views of possible Mars landing sites
114 Weather on Saturn's moon Titan: A methane drizzle
115 Cassini pinpoints hot sources of jets on Enceladus
116 NASA extends operations for its long-lived Mars rovers
117 Heaviest stellar black hole found in nearby galaxy
118 Hubble shows 'baby' galaxy is not so young after all
119 Comet brightens a million times, visible to naked eye
120 Invisibility Made Easier
121 Skype Goes Mobile
122 Hybrids versus Electric Cars
123 Rating Facial Expressions
124 Decoding the Human Eye
125 Glue That Sticks to Nearly Everything
126 Review: Apple's New Operating System
127 Terabyte Thumb Drives Made Possible by Nanotech Memory
128 Boiled nuts help protect against illness
129 Blood Pressure Drug Might Work Against Alzheimer's
130 Cold spot could be relic of Big Bang
131 China builds 1.5 km dam to protect dinosaur site
132 Large dinosaur footprints found in Australia
133 Brain reveals its reasons to be cheerful
134 New dinosaur species one of biggest
135 Fish awake to the benefits of sleep
136 Valley where 400 million-year-old fish surface
137 Copy Machine That Translates Japanese Into English
138 Hottest Chili Pepper Shatters Record
139 Da Vinci's 'Last Supper' Goes Online
140 Buy software? How passe.
141 E-books multiply, but who's reading them?
142 Maybe e-mail isn't such a great idea, after all
143 Quantum computers--why would you want one?
144 Physicists Mull Big Bang Detritus
145 Eccentric Couple Reveals a Starry Secret
146 Crystallizing the Early Cosmos
147 Broccoli for Your Skin?
148 Cilia Get Touchy-Feely
149 Buzzing Stops Fat
150 Virtual Beer
151 Sex in the Brain