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1 Technology tunes into our emotions
2 Mars caves forged by volcanoes and meteors
3 Elective caesareans double risk of death
4 Awesome beasts roved ancient site
5 Sabretooth's surprising weak bite
6 Comet Holmes brightens in retreat
7 Be thin to cut cancer, study says
8 Ancient skeleton was 'even older'
9 Fishermen ride the sustainability wave
10 Reaching for the stars and planets
11 Over-50s get networking website
12 Leopard upgrade hits Mac firewall
13 Toilet conference opens in Delhi
14 New food standards law in China
15 Gene controls response to sweat
16 Vegetative state drug trial hope
17 Biologist studies lakes' carp population
18 House Approves Internet Tax Ban
19 Moderate Quake Shakes San Francisco Bay
20 Tear In New Solar Panels Concerns NASA
21 Boo! Scientists Strike Back At Fear
22 Aquarium Conserves Water During Drought
23 Obesity Nears Smoking As Cancer Risk
24 Vitamin D May Not Reduce Cancer Deaths
25 W.Va. Unveils Tool To Help Fight Obesity
26 Scientists Note Brain's Reaction To Fear
27 Solar array repair spacewalk planned for Friday
28 NASA Focuses on Solar Panel Repairs
29 Report: Google alliance goes against Facebook
30 Google leads group assault on Facebook
31 Big Blue Goes Green, Recycling Silicon
32 Apple's Leopard leaps, but will Mac sales follow?
33 Early adopters boost Leopard sales for Apple
34 Analysis: Leopard a key part of Apple's business
35 Wireless slowly dies after Leopard upgrade, users report
36 AOL to let users block targeted Web ads
37 NASA/Ames will lead effort to send humans back to the moon
38 Hulu dancing
39 Time to Treat Squirrels and Rats Equally
40 Squirrels safe to eat again in New Jersey
41 Cards, Cash, and iPhones
42 Why Unlocked iPhones Worry Apple?
43 Apple Limits Customers To 2 iPhones Per Buyer
44 Cash Isn't King: Apple Limits iPhone Purchases
45 Lightroom, Aperture cautions with Leopard
46 Mac OS X Leopard--Friendly or Fierce?
47 Vitamin D doesn't lower total cancer mortality???
48 FDA approves Allergan combo eye drop for glaucoma
49 Medical-pot brothers held on drug charges
50 Why do so many species live in tropical forests and coral reefs?
51 Scientists create colorful 'brainbow' images of the nervous system
52 Gamma interferon could aid fight against fungal infections--Microbiology Today: November 2007 issue
53 Economical, nonpolluting solutions to greenhouse growing found
54 HU scientist finds way to catch terrorists red-handed
55 Children's gardens mushrooming
56 Opium and marijuana research go underground
57 University of Pittsburgh cardiologists identify new cardiac arrest gene
58 Gene, stem cell therapy only needs to be 50 percent effective to create a healthy heart
59 Northwestern exposing most deadly infectious diseases in 3-D
60 MU researchers go nano, natural and green
61 Unique pattern of gene expression can indicate acetaminophen overdose
62 Einstein scientists treat cancer as an infectious disease--with promising results
63 Most Complex Silicon Phased Array Chip in the World Developed at UC San Diego
64 SLU Scientists Identify Chemical that Triggers Parkinson's Disease
65 Drug commonly used to treat bipolar disorder dramatically increases lifespan in worms
66 Purdue creating wireless sensors to monitor bearings in jet engines
67 Using nanotech to make Robocops
68 Scientists discover new way to make water
69 US government delays nanotechnology safety measures
70 Make Way for the Real Nanopod: Berkeley Researchers Create First Fully Functional Nanotube Radio
71 Radiation after surgery keeps high-risk prostate cancer at bay
72 Pitt-led study maps the making of a decision in the human brain
73 Men, don't skip your prostate cancer treatment appointments!
74 Radiation seed implant decreases risk of death over watchful waiting
75 Ears ringing? Johns Hopkins scientists ID the brain's own clarion
76 Could 'hairy roots' become biofactories?
77 An inverse way for engineering
78 Crash prevention could be a DREAM
79 Commuters Inhale Heavy Dose of Pollution
80 Moderate Quake Shakes S.F. Bay Area
81 Virus Shows Some Cancer-Killing Abilities
82 Drilling Deep: The Geothermal Energy Revival
83 Stem Cells Restore Memory in Mice
84 New Spin on How Stars are Born
85 Frogs More Abundant, But Disappearing Fast
86 Hearing Things? New Study Might Explain Why
87 New List Ranks 'Green' Supercomputers
88 Melting Glacier Reveals Ancient Tree Stumps
89 Snails Fashion Their Own Camouflage
90 The Truth About Deadly 'Superbugs'
91 Brain Cells Colored To Create 'Brainbow'
92 Oldest Known Jellyfish Fossils Found
93 Is U.S. Stuck in Internet's Slow Lane?
94 Plan Would Limit Tracking of Web Surfing
95 Safety Stops Some Trick-or-Treating
96 Halloween Hysteria: Phantom Fears and Sex Offenders
97 Europe votes to legalize Afghan opium for medicine
98 Lack of realism blamed for failed anthrax vaccine
99 Gas may be to blame for extinction
100 Colours light up brain structure
101 Obesity increases the risk of cancer
102 Camera traps reveal secrets of 'worthless' forest
103 Black holes may harbour their own universes
104 Cellphones team up to become smart CCTV swarm
105 Magnetic fields may stop young stars self-destructing
106 Researchers Demonstrate Novel Strategy to Inactivate Encephalitis Virus
107 Time Spent in Car Drives Up Air Pollution Exposure
108 Drug Commonly Used to Treat Bi-polar Disorder Dramatically Increases Lifespan in Nematode Worms
109 Scientists Discover Fluorescence in Key Marine Creature
110 Engineers Teach Nature to "Grow" High-Tech Components
111 Researchers Develop Technology for Early Detection of Viruses
112 Scientists Finds Genes Behind Alcoholic Fruit Flies
113 World's Most Powerful Microscope, the Large Hadron Collider
114 Ears Ringing? Scientists I.D. the Brain's Own Clarion
115 Unique Pattern of Gene Expression Can Indicate Acetaminophen--Overdose May Lead to New Tool for Physicians
116 Let There be Light: New Magnet Design Continues Magnet Lab's Tradition of Innovation
117 Chinese Chemicals Flow Unchecked to Market
118 Team IDs ancient cargo from DNA
119 Sight, Sound Processed Together and Earlier than Previously Thought
120 Is U.S. Stuck in Internet's Slow Lane?
121 Why do so many species live in tropical forests and coral reefs?
122 Using nanotech to make Robocops
123 Old drugs need 'repurposing' for new uses, physician says
124 Bush to Sign 7-Year Internet Tax Ban
125 Web wit livens up Australian election campaign
126 Time to overhaul Newton's theory of gravitation? Galaxy cluster models cast doubt on dark matter
127 Scientists discover new way to make water
128 Coral reefs will be permanently damaged without urgent action
129 Wildfire drives carbon levels in northern forests
130 Scientists create colorful 'brainbow' images of the nervous system
131 Revealed: The Top Ten of the world's wackiest scientific experiments
132 Agency Warns Against Fraudulent E-Mails
133 Ears ringing? Scientists ID the brain's own clarion
134 Make Way for the Real Nanopod: Researchers Create First Fully Functional Nanotube Radio
135 Robot Suit May Help You Achieve a Perfect Golf Swing
136 Study confirms supermassive black holes produce powerful galaxy-shaping winds
137 Researchers go nano, natural and green
138 Rice expert calls for coordination in nanotechnology research
139 US government delays nanotechnology safety measures
140 New Magnet Design Could Shed Light On Nanoscience
141 La Nina anomaly behind Australian drought: UN weather agency
142 Western Canada's Glaciers Hit 7000-Year Low
143 China to build new rocket series
144 Opportunity's Second Martian Birthday at Cape Verde
145 Intel Unveils Seven New Itanium Processors
146 8x8 Inc. Is Awarded VoIP Patent Allowing Standard & Internet Connection
147 FCC OKs Cable Competition for Apartments
148 New computer architecture aids emergency response
149 UC Davis Will Study Users of New Plug-in Hybrid Cars
150 Vitamin D May Not Reduce Cancer Deaths
151 Exclusion of common bile duct stones prior to gallstone operations
152 Professor Observes Kids Face Their Fears
153 Holier than thou? Employees who believe they are 'ethical' or 'moral' might not be
154 Researchers identify new cardiac arrest gene
155 Threshold for bowel surgery may be too high, warn experts
156 New brain marker shows promise for predicting future Alzheimer's disease
157 HPV early detection test created
158 Grocery chain to offer free antibiotics
159 Scientists treat cancer as an infectious disease--with promising results
160 Gene, stem cell therapy only needs to be 50 percent effective to create a healthy heart
161 Unique pattern of gene expression can indicate acetaminophen overdose
162 Researchers develop technology for early detection of viruses
163 Researcher Models Effects of a Suicide Bombing: Results of Crowd Configurations
164 New Type of Retinol Cell Discovered in Primates
165 Scientists discover fluorescence in key marine creature
166 Economical, nonpolluting solutions to greenhouse growing found
167 Underestimation of frog numbers causes concern
168 ar flies: fruit flies help unravel the genetics of alcohol sensitivity
169 Opium and marijuana research go underground
170 Scientists to expose most deadly infectious diseases in 3-D
171 Fossil record reveals elusive jellyfish more than 500 million years old
172 MIT's 'electronic nose' could detect hazards
173 Mars With Ice: Detailed Picture Of Frigid Red Planet Emerges
174 Insect Causing Unsightly 'Zebra Chip' Potatoes
175 Volcanic Eruptions, Not Meteor, May Have Killed The Dinosaurs
176 Mineral Ages Show Blue Mountain Rocks Related To Klamath, Sierra Nevadas
177 Snails As Clever Builders: Active Camouflage In A Snail
178 Visual Field Loss Primary Component In Risk Of Falls For Older Adults
179 TV, Pop Quizzes And Group Work May Hinder Educational Achievement In Science
180 The Economic Power--And Pitfalls--Of Positive Thinking
181 Your Office? Undeserving Bosses Prefer Incompetent Employees
182 Holier Than Thou? Employees Who Believe They Are 'Ethical' Or 'Moral' Might Not Be
183 Chemical That Triggers Parkinson's Disease Discovered
184 How Did Chemical Constituents Essential To Life Arise On Primitive Earth?
185 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: Strange Burial Positions Show Pacific Island Life
186 The Future of Food: The Science of Yummy
187 Arctic Foxes Put Eggs in "Cold Storage" for Lean Times
188 Verbal evolution: The more you say a word, the less likely it will change
189 Accidental Global Aquatic Hitchhikers to be stopped dead by South African Invention
190 Most Complex Silicon Phased Array Chip In The World
191 Acoustic Sensor Being Developed In New Anechoic Chamber
192 E-Paper Displays Video
193 Saving Memories
194 Terabyte Storage for Cell Phones
195 Reviving a 50 Million Year Old Spider
196 When the Patient Is a Celebrity
197 The Cost of Being Clean
198 Making Gold Miners Pay
199 Are Microchip Tags Safe?
200 Oil Prices: Don't Blame OPEC
201 What Your Cat Wants You to Know
202 No More Fun on the Autobahn?
203 First Look: Delicious Library 2.0 Burns With Animated Cool
204 Scientists Virtually Dissect Prehistoric Spider Frozen in Amber
205 Smarty Plants: Inside the World's Only Plant-Intelligence Lab
206 A Sneak Peak at the California Academy of Sciences
207 100,000 Volts from Chevrolet?
208 German Researchers Create Nano-Scale Basis of...Life?
209 Tweak Mac OS X Leopard's User Interface
210 Stupid Laser Tricks: Make Your Own Piece of Jesus-Miracle Toast
211 Wonder Wine Gadgets That Would Win Over Geeks
212 Best of Leopard Is Yet to Come: Innovative Third-Party Apps
213 Scientists decode most of Mo. cat's DNA
214 Vitamin D may not reduce cancer deaths
215 Vitamin D cuts colon cancer death risk: U.S. study
216 Many older doctors plan to phase out their practice
217 Better Prostate Cancer Survival for Men Taking Statins
218 Study estimates 2.4 million with Alzheimer's in U.S.
219 Brain scan abnormalities not uncommon
220 Rare Event: Easy-to-See Comet Holmes
221 Solar energy boom may help world's poorest
222 Windbelt, Cheap Generator Alternative, Set to Power Third World
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