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1 Explanation of MS Explorer's sinking doesn't hold water
2 Shuttle launch delayed until 2008
3 Where tigers and people fight for space
4 Radio has picture perfect future
5 Generosity 'may be in the genes'
6 Climate Change Demonstrators Get Creative
7 The Art Of Shopping
8 Should A Sperm Donor Pay Child Support?
9 NASA Delays Shuttle Launch Until January
10 Prescription For Addiction
11 Products With Good Bacteria Get Popular
12 NASA Renews Hunt for Shuttle Fuel Sensor Glitch
13 China Link Suspected in Lab Hacking
14 IBM Breakthrough Could Put a Supercomputer on a Chip
15 IBM reveals core-to-core optical dream in progress
16 Ready For A Chip With a Thousand Cores?
17 IBM says breakthrough heralds supercomputer on chip
18 Live from Apple store opening: West 14th NYC
19 Google Lunar XPrize Off To Fast Start
20 Google shoots for the moon--and gets its first taker
21 Salvation Army gets nudge in the ribs
22 AMD Bitten By Barcelona Quad-Core Bug
23 CNBC Claims Major Apple Leaks
24 Ultralight Mac notebook rumors gather steam
25 Missing Alaskan med copter wreckage found
26 Helicopter debris, one body are found
27 A Proposal to Require Flu Vaccines for Preschool
28 Paying for a Peaceful End
29 Now, for Those Who Fly, a Chance to Fight the Flu
30 SFO to offer flu shots for passengers
31 In fruit flies, homosexuality is biological but not hard-wired
32 New study reveals for first time how BRCA1 mutations cause breast cancer
33 Neurons in the frontal lobe may be responsible for rational decision-making
34 Multiple myeloma clinical trial shows distinct survival benefit with lower dose of steroids
35 Vaccine improves event-free survival for leukemia patients
36 Drive fatigue causes accidents
37 Meditation helps lower BP
38 Hope for heart attack survivors
39 Veggies vs. cancer
40 New Aids drugs show staying power
41 Incredible Batch of Rare and New Species Discovered
42 Humid baseball theory a bit wet
43 Neurons in the Frontal Lobe May Be Responsible for Rational Decision-Making
44 In Fruit Flies, Homosexuality Is Biological But Not Hard-Wired
45 Shuttle Launch Called Off Again
46 Koreans Struggle to Clean Up Oil Spill
47 U.S. 'Not Ready' to Commit at Bali
48 Efforts to Harvest Ocean's Energy Open New Debate Front
49 A Proposal to Require Flu Vaccines for Preschool
50 Your Child's Disorder May Be Yours, Too
51 Studies elucidate genetic links between cancer and schizophrenia
52 Study finds first-ever genetic animal model of autism
53 China bird flu patient recovering: report
54 Products With Good Bacteria Get Popular
55 New study reveals for first time how BRCA1 mutations cause breast cancer
56 Florida island takes up arms against iguana invasion
57 Academy Teaches Use of Prescribed Fires
58 Feeling guilty over climate change? Call the solar taxi
59 Russia launches military satellite: agencies
60 US 'Not Ready' to Commit at Bali
61 Amazon Still Faces Threats Old and New
62 SKorea oil spill fight to last months: minister
63 In fruit flies, homosexuality is biological but not hard-wired
64 Neurons in the frontal lobe may be responsible for rational decision-making
65 Birthwort Plant's Dark Side: Contaminated Grain Linked To Kidney Disease And Cancer In Balkan Countries
66 Ancient Blood Found On Sculptures From Kingdom Of Mali
67 'Mini Transplant' Patients' Outcomes Similar Using Related And Unrelated Donor Cells
68 CMV Retinitis Is Causing Blindness In Young People With HIV In The Developing World
69 Participation In High School Activities Lowers Risk Of Smoking 3 Years After Graduation
70 Lifestyle And Cancer Prevention: Making Choices That Change Cancer Risk
71 'Nanohybrid' Plastic May Expand Use Of Biodegradable Plastic
72 Looking Through The Eyes Of A Mouse, Scientists Monitor Circulating Cells In Its Bloodstream
73 Genome Mapping Yields Clues About Cattle Disease
74 Why People With Schizophrenia Have Lower Rates Of Cancer: New Clues
75 'Hellish' Hot Springs Yield Greenhouse Gas-eating Bug
76 Antibacterial Chemical Disrupts Hormone Activities, Study Finds
77 Subliminal Smells Bias Perception About A Person's Likeability
78 Car Prototype Generates Electricity, And Cash
79 Age-old Mystery Of Missing Chemicals From Earth's Mantle May Be Solved
80 Cyclone batters Fiji island: officials
81 Supercomputer Simulation Of Universe Will Search For Missing Matter
82 NASA scrubs Atlantis launch for fourth time
83 US, Russian missile defense experts to meet
84 US intelligence official defends report on Iran
85 Iran NIE Hurts BMD Say Some Analysts
86 Whitehouse Says Iran Report Will Have No Impact On Missile Shield Plans
87 SKorea's Roh says no doubts over NKorea nuclear pact
88 Sex "switch" points way to smarter pest control
89 Products with good bacteria get popular
90 Cancer risk higher among kids near nuclear plants: German study
91 Scientists discover how BRCA1 gene causes cancer
92 Cephalon drug works in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma: study
93 Dining, Roman-style, as London dig finds history by the bucketful
94 Ancient bamboo slips reveal tomb owner's identity
95 Red crabs succumb to crazy colonists
96 Race-row laureate has African genes
97 S Korea's worst oil spill hits coast
98 Scribd introduces copyright filter
99 Storing sun and wind power
100 What did the professor say? Check your iPod
101 An Imax and AMC venture will expand 3D theaters
102 Sun sees Internet surge driving growth
103 A new electrode for cutting the price of making hydrogen
104 The Spider-Man of the sci-fi writing world
105 Desalination without a membrane
106 Commodore 64 still loved after all these years
107 Review: 'Rock Band' hits right notes for music fans
108 Gas guzzlers get new lives--as tire-smoking hybrids
109 Losing my keys or losing my mind?
110 Rare Michelangelo Sketch Found Inside Vatican
111 23 Must-Have Toys from the 1950s and Beyond