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1 Newt protein makes legs grow back
2 Tiny sensor measures tiny magnetic fields
3 Aboriginal dot art inspires cracking work
4 Waterways 'have the golden touch'
5 In pictures: Faces of Battle
6 'Mystery' skin disease in farmers
7 Gliding mammal linked to humans
8 Lab creates 'long-distance mouse'
9 PS3 network enters record books
10 MySpace in Google software deal
11 News: MySpace Tosses in With Google
12 The day the music died
13 A journey to the net's silver side
14 Dual epidemic threatening Africa
15 Patients 'denied intensive care'
16 India's 'untouchable' waste collectors
17 Court challenge gives death row reprieve
18 Dallas Zoo looks at waste-to-energy plan
19 Astronauts Prepare For Risky Spacewalk
20 S.C. Refuses More Radioactive Waste
21 Schools To Get Face-Remembering Cameras
22 Test Created For Wine Headache Chemicals
23 Device Created For 'Red Wine Headache' [cf. 22]
24 Hot Parenting Trend: More Involvement
25 Plea for Plan B in Southern drought saga
26 Scientists Create Hard-Drinking Flies to Solve Mystery of Human Alcohol Tolerance
27 Lush or lightweight?
28 The Downside of Getting Drunk on Hand Sanitizer
29 A Distracted Drunk is a Peaceful Drunk
30 Heart Disease Dips in Diabetes Patients
31 Google deal with MySpace leads tech sector action
32 In Rare Attack, Virus Targets Macs
33 Fake Video Targets Macs
34 Mac Users Targeted with Nasty Malware
35 Mac Attack Targets Porn Surfers
36 Best Buy follows Wal-Mart with $100 HD DVD player
37 Apple Boosts Speed Of MacBooks With Intel's 'Santa Rosa'
38 Apple perks up MacBooks with faster chip sets, better graphics
39 'Time' names iPhone 'invention of the year'
40 The iPhone Winning "Invention of the Year" is an Embarrassment
41 Invention Of the Year: The iPhone
42 Invention Of the Year: The iPhone
43 Invention of the Year: iPhone
44 iPhone Named 'Invention Of The Year'
45 Time declares iPhone the "Invention of the Year"
46 Time's Invention of the Year: The iPhone
47 Leopard early adopters suffer for the rest of us
48 Researchers Give Leopard Security Low Marks
49 Leopard suffers the post release blues
50 Meet your new cousins, the flying lemurs
51 After primates, are colugos man's closest kin?
52 Flying Lemurs Are Primates' Closest Kin
53 Flying lemurs are the closest relatives of primates
54 Mars Express probes unusual deposits of the planet
55 Physicists show how electrons gain weight in metal compounds near absolute zero
56 New guidelines for predicting fire behaviour
57 Palaeontologists discover ancient Jurassic mammal
58 Fast growing metal deposits discovered growing in New Hampshire lake
59 TU Delft rotates electron spin with electric field
60 Heftier atoms reduce friction at the nanoscale
61 New type of peccary discovered in Amazon region
62 100 years on, Kelvin is still illuminating
63 Secret lives of two elements uncovered
64 Designing new piezoelectric materials
65 Fossil record reveals elusive jellyfish more than 500 million years old
66 New mini-sensor may have biomedical and security applications
67 Massive black hole smashes record
68 Heaviest stellar black hole discovered in nearby galaxy
69 Is Google coming to a cellphone near you?
70 In Search of a Google-Verizon Deal
71 Mars "Stealth" Regions Yield Data, But Stay Mysterious
72 Mars Express probes the Red Planet's most unusual deposits
73 Mars rovers continue to reveal planet's secrets
74 Weird Mars Deposits Could Be Vast "Ice Cap" at Equator
75 Mars Express Probes Red Planet's Unusual Deposits
76 Mars ice search
77 Nokia's Internet snafus
78 Nokia and Warner row over 'illegal downloads'
79 Apple Posts Fix for iMac Freezes
80 Apple update melts iMac screen freeze fault
81 Lean and long-lived
82 Avoiding Cancer: Your Nine-Point Action Plan
83 Cancer Victim Invents Possible Chemo Alternative
84 Nanotubes seen as new weapon in cancer fight
85 Sending his cancer a signal
86 Radio waves used to destroy liver tumors
87 Brain stimulation sparks out-of-body experience
88 Pinpointing the Source of the Out-of-Body Experience
89 Just Anticipating a Nap May Be Good for the Heart
90 How Does the Antitumor Drug Get to the Cell Nucleus?
91 A Hairpin To Fight HIV
92 Sweet potato promise shines for small enterprise and hunger relief in developing countries
93 Folic Acid Linked to Increased Cancer Rate
94 Study: Fountain of youth for your heart?
95 Scientists question folic acid fortification
96 Heftier Atoms Reduce Friction at the Nanoscale, Study Led By Penn Researcher Reveals
97 Cold Spring Harbor Protocols highlights a method that captures cell growth and activity
98 Discovery could increase tumors' sensitivity to radiation therapy
99 Mars Express probes the Red Planet's most unusual deposits
100 Mice predict the effectiveness of orally taken drugs
101 Plasma serotonin levels can correlate with degree of liver insufficiency
102 24-week course of interferon-alpha therapy prolongs survival in patients hepatitis C virus
103 Treat all patients with rare lung disease to prevent stroke, say doctors
104 Emotional Intelligence and the use of tobacco and cannabis
105 Molecular medical research points to treatment of spinal muscular atrophy
106 The need for speed: Two new studies on stroke
107 Elderly with high blood pressure less likely to get lifestyle modification advice from doctors
108 Anesthesia pouch allows children to go home sooner after surgery
109 Researchers examine closest living relative to primates
110 Vacation photos create 3D models of world landmarks
111 Laser could zap HIV
112 Rape blamed on spider
113 Cyclists may lose bone mass
114 Where dogs get their colour
115 Treadmill helps Down Syndrome
116 Two nabbed for fraud claims
117 Apnoea treatment vs depression
118 The Scariest Thing about Neanderthals
119 Mythical Beast? No, Just Coyote
120 Big Pig-Like Beast Discovered
121 Invisible Plastic Trash Poses Newfound Threat to Sea Life
122 Clinton, Wal-Mart Push 'Green' Cities
123 One Third of European Fish Species Endangered
124 Dead Stars Collide, Explode
125 Meet Your New Cousins, the Flying Lemurs
126 How Salamanders Sprout New Limbs
127 Water: A Precious, and Wasted, Resource
128 Photo in the News: Fossil Jellyfish Discovered in Utah
129 Photo in the News: New Black Hole May Shatter Record
130 Eye Ointment Can Cure Frog Fungus
131 Natural history museum gets green face-lift
132 Modified toxin helps crops kill resistant insects
133 'Flying lemurs' are primates' closest kin
134 Earth-like planets get life assessment
135 Bursting dark energy's bubble
136 Tiny sensor detects a mouse heart's magnetic pulse
137 Vast amount of water ice may lie on Martian equator
138 Magnetic 'signatures' could foil art forgers
139 'Designer' toxins target resistant bugs
140 Anti-social bot invades Second Lifers' personal space
141 TB vaccine poses threat to HIV-positive babies
142 Shrinking ice means Greenland is rising fast
143 New Mini-Sensor May Have Biomedical and Security Applications
144 Fast Growing Metal Deposits Discovered Growing in New Hampshire Lake
145 Vacation Photos Create 3D Models of World Landmarks
146 Researchers Examine Closest Living Relative To Primates
147 Looking Past Blood Sugar to Survive With Diabetes
148 Looking at Dutch and Swiss Health Systems
149 Germ Fighters May Lead to Hardier Germs
150 On the Web, Gross Anatomy for Kids
151 The Well Quiz: Things That Make You Go 'Eww'
152 Natural, Organic Beauty
153 2 Winning Drug Tests, One Expected and One a Surprise
154 F.D.A. Is Unable to Ensure Drugs Are Safe, Panel Is Told
155 Whose Climate Is It, Anyway?
156 Is 'Do Unto Others' Written Into Our Genes?
157 Washoe, a Chimp of Many Words, Dies at 42
158 Neanderthal Bones Make a Case for Redheads
159 Even Tiny Plastic Pieces Can Carry Pollution Throughout the Oceans
160 Exhibition Review: 'Water: H2O = Life'
161 Is Nutrition Science Not Really Science?
162 How Dry You Are
163 Effort to Save Everglades Falters as Funds Drop
164 Researchers' discovery may lead to hypertension treatment
165 White Dwarf 'Sibling Rivalry' Explodes into Supernova
166 Vacation photos create 3-D models of world landmarks
167 Shaping the future--from sleep to air travel
168 New technique makes atomic-level microscopy 100 times faster
169 Device Created for 'Red Wine Headache'
170 Engineers Teach Nature to 'Grow' Computer Components
171 Researchers breed a mighty mouse
172 Mars Express Probes Red Planet's Unusual Deposits
173 Battlefield robot cars of the future face off in California
174 New report shows how our diet must change to cut cancer risk
175 Scientists discover protein cue that allows limb regrowth in newts
176 French Physicists Calculate Mean First Passage Time
177 Light-powered micro-machines to advance telecommunications
178 Research predicts size-induced transition to nanoscale half-metallicity
179 'Phononic Computer' Could Process Information with Heat
180 New computer program automates chip debugging
181 Laika, First Dog in Orbit
182 Lava provides window on early Earth
183 Radio waves fire up nanotubes embedded in tumors, destroying liver cancer
184 'Heftier' atoms reduce friction at the nanoscale
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187 Governor opposes polar bear protection
188 Successful Rocket Motor Test Helps NASA's Shuttle and Ares I
189 Space Exploration 3.0 about to begin
190 Shrinking glaciers threaten China
191 If not in atmosphere, where does carbon go?
192 Software expert Shai Agassi plans to jumpstart electric car sector
193 Rate Your Fitness Routine With GPS
194 Online Crooks Target Macs With Porn Ruse
195 MIT's 'robocar' named a finalist in DARPA Urban Challenge
196 Cops Learning How to Extend Beats Online
197 Maggie the Elephant Leaves Alaska
198 Hunting ban not helping foxes in Britain
199 Researchers study how people think about what is and isn't risky
200 Stop Stressing and Enjoy the Holiday Season, MU Expert Offers Tips
201 OHSU researchers identify master switch that regulates blood pressure
202 Orthodontists plan for post-Halloween rush
203 Breastfeeding study dispels sagging myth
204 Bed bugs: Awake to the growing problem
205 Students devise novel way to detect urinary catheter infections
206 Carnegie Mellon researchers to develop new drug delivery system
207 Hay fever study interrogates prime suspect: pollen
208 Doctors and medical ethicist discuss whether doctors should participate in capital punishment
209 Report shows less than half of kids in California are being read to daily
210 Like cancer, survival rate can be inherited: study
211 Saving Fish: New Method Tests Sewage For Dissolved Phosphorous
212 Ten Minutes Of Talking Improves Memory And Test Performance
213 Looking Into The Future: Can Your Perspective Influence Your Motivation?
214 PET Scan Distinguishes Alzheimer's From Other Dementia
215 Litvinenko Poisoning Caused Limited Public Concern
216 Potential New Therapeutic Molecular Target To Fight Cancer
217 Sensor Can Detect Single Molecule Of Virus Associated With Cervical Cancer In Women
218 Fibromyalgia Pain Caused By Neuron Mismatch, Suggests Study
219 Hubble Sees Graceful Dance Of Two Interacting Galaxies
220 How Old Tree Rings And Ancient Wood Are Helping Rewrite History
221 'Microplastics' may pose previously unrecognized pollution threat
222 Stem Cells Can Improve Memory After Brain Injury
223 Inverse Engineering Method Uses Advanced Scanner And '3D' Photocopier
224 Genetically Engineered 'Mighty Mouse' Can Run 6 Kilometers Without Stopping