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1 PHOTOS: From Bears to Birds, Animals Battle Extinction
2 Universal Music Group, Imeem Ink Deal
3 All UK homes could be wind powered by 2020: govt
4 New Medicare Rules Bar Cancer Drugs for Patients
5 Scientists Discover How BRCA1 Gene Causes Cancer
6 Chemical in Infant Formula Cans Sparks Concern
7 Turning insects off sex might kill pests
8 Weird dark stars dotted early universe
9 Neanderthal-human hybrid 'a myth'
10 Gore climate plea to US and China
11 Food supply link to animal ageing
12 Brain 'irrelevance filter' found
13 Wind 'could power all UK homes'
14 Mysterious mammal caught on film
15 Timber today, or climate tomorrow
16 Timbuktu's climate change fight
17 Climate change goal 'unreachable'
18 'Intelligent bra' battles bounce
19 Wii vs. iPhone--Which was the biggest hit of 2007?
20 UN: Gazans need hospital access
21 Drug addicts used as organ donors
22 Pregnant at 13, mum at 14, GCSEs at 15
23 Postcode lottery threat to heart care
24 Does using humidifers in the winter spread mold, bacteria?
25 Attack plan
26 Health care challenges fire up students
27 Cancer drug may prove to be a blockbuster
28 Ask Dr. Knowledge: Why do we feel colder walking into the wind than walking away?
29 Scientists need to collaborate, laureates say
30 Scientists discover how BRCA1 gene causes cancer
31 Gore: Next President Will Shift Climate
32 Friendly Bacteria May Boost Health
33 Sugar And Alzheimer's: Are They Linked?
34 Enjoying Movies Is Contagious
35 Do Your Genes Have A Sweet Tooth?
36 Microsoft bringing ads to mobile devices
37 Microsoft starts offering U.S. ads on MSN Mobile
38 Microsoft placing ads on MSN Mobile
39 Universal Sets Music Free On Imeem
40 Social Site Imeem Signs Music Deal With Universal
41 LinkedIn debuts developer platform, revamps home page
42 LinkedIn opens its network, adds development tools
43 Creationism in the Classroom: Florida and Texas, Then the Nation
44 The latest on the Comer controversy
45 U.S. student scores grim
46 AMD Phenom Systems Also In Doubt
47 Barcelona Bewitched; AMD Confirms It
48 Katalyst Phone Works With T-Mobile's Home Wi-Fi Service
49 IBM tips 32nm with high-k gate-first design
50 IBM, partners in 32nm device surge
51 IBM intros 32nm processor technology
52 IBM alliance members to have 32nm high-k/metal gate process in 2H07
53 CORRECTED: Nobel winners say science must transcend borders
54 Microsoft Office Live Workspace Goes to Public Beta
55 Microsoft's Office Live Workspace: What it is and isn't
56 Toshiba Launches Portege M700 Tablet
57 Prosecution vs. persecution
58 Radio host arrested on child pornography charges
59 Oak Ridge attacks linked to China
60 Chinese 'in cyber raid on N-plant'
61 No Increased Heart-Attack Risk With Nexium, Prilosec, FDA Says
62 UPDATE 1--U.S. FDA finds no heart impact of Prilosec, Nexium
63 China hunts father-and-son bird flu link
64 Breast Cancer Spread by Blocking Tumor-Killing Gene, Study Says
65 Twin sisters receive kidneys from same donor
66 Twins' kidney transplants are firsts
67 Debris indicates medical helicopter crashed in fjord
68 Merck May Lose Over-the-Counter Cholesterol Pill Bid (Update1)
69 Cholesterol buster Mevacor again seeks OTC approval
70 Prescription for N.J. drug firm: Make statin OTC
71 Scientists discover new role for miRNA in leukemia
72 Extracellular protein sensitizes ovarian cancer cells to chemotherapy
73 The birth and death of dopamine neurons: A new model for neurodegeneration
74 Growth factor receptor affects prostate cancer progression
75 New study shows world's protected areas threatened by climate change
76 Lipids in the brain an important factor for Alzheimer's disease?
77 Nitrous oxide from ocean microbes
78 Greenhouse gas from English streams
79 Climate gas could disrupt food chain
80 Food source threatened by carbon dioxide
81 Methane from microbes: a fuel for the future
82 Using carbon nanotubes to seek and destroy anthrax toxin and other harmful proteins
83 Silencing small but mighty cancer inhibitors
84 To keep mouths safe, don't just wear a mouthguard; keep it clean
85 Light is shed on new fibre's potential to change technology
86 Voyager 2 Proves the Solar System is Squashed
87 West Antarctica to Be Covered With Scientific Instruments; Network to Keep Watch Through the Dark Polar Night
88 Immigrant patients less likely to report family history of cancer
89 Belief, disbelief and uncertainty activate distinct brain regions
90 Physicians seek to improve the quality of sleep in ICU, researchers at UT Southwestern report
91 Cord blood viable option for kids with life-threatening metabolic disorders
92 Far flung food: Europe's distant diets
93 Scientists find how bacteria in cows milk may cause Crohn's disease
94 Vaccine shows promise in preventing mono
95 Depression screening for cancer patients too often falls between the cracks
96 Children with sickle cell disease and silent strokes show some relief with blood transfusion therapy
97 Massive study finds parenting practices don't suffer during divorce
98 Your Initials Could Spell Success
99 Light Up Your Holiday, Not Your Electrical Bill
100 Why Do Dead Fish Float?
101 The Truth About the Abominable Snowman
102 Music is in our genes
103 Stormy weather ahead for US
104 Nuclear plant shutdown brings hospital delays
105 Invention: Green power special
106 Quantum-dot displays could outshine their rivals
107 Do our brains work like Google?
108 Voyager 2 probe reaches solar system boundary
109 In Search for Water on Mars, Clues from Antarctica
110 Current Melting of Greenland's Ice Mimics 1920s-1940s Event
111 Using Carbon Nanotubes To Seek and Destroy Anthrax Toxin and Other Harmful Proteins
112 West Antarctica to be Covered With Network of Sensors
113 Silencing Small but Mighty Cancer Inhibitors
114 Mindful Exercise
115 If It's Fresh and Local, Is It Always Greener?
116 Pete Seeger and the 'One Blue Sky Above Us'
117 German battery could jump-start electric car production
118 Light sheds on new fibre's potential to change technology
119 Toward a Rosetta Stone for Microbes' Secret Language
120 Using carbon nanotubes to seek and destroy anthrax toxin and other harmful proteins
121 Blue dye could hold the key to super processing power
122 Voyager 2 proves solar system is squashed
123 Self-ticking oscillator could be next for portable atomic clocks
124 Researcher studies carbon fibers for nuclear reactor safety
125 'Golden bullet' shows promise for killing common parasite
126 New study shows world's protected areas threatened by climate change
127 2 Top Polluters Oppose Caps in Bali
128 West Antarctic to be covered with scientific instruments
129 Biofuels: danger or new opportunity for Africa?
130 NASA satellite reveals unprecedented view of mysterious 'night-shining' clouds
131 Smaller storms drop larger overall rainfall in hurricane season
132 Current melting of Greenland's ice mimicks 1920s-1940s event
133 Red sky at night--astronomers delight
134 In search for water on Mars, clues from Antarctica
135 Report: Wind farms to power British homes
136 Universal Music Group, Imeem Ink Deal
137 Company Brings Offline Data to Web Ads
138 Microsoft to Serve Ads for CNBC.com
139 Rare cranes make detour
140 The birth and death of dopamine neurons: A new model for neurodegeneration
141 Far flung food: Europe's distant diets
142 Food source threatened by carbon dioxide
143 Massive study finds parenting practices don't suffer during divorce
144 Methane from microbes: a fuel for the future
145 People's reactions to government censorship depend on their views of President Bush
146 Nitrous oxide from ocean microbes
147 Solving another mystery of an amazing water walker
148 Study Says Crash Tests Predict Driver Fatality Risk in Cars, But Not in Trucks
149 Scientists discover new role for miRNA in leukemia
150 Belief, disbelief and uncertainty activate distinct brain regions
151 Researchers develop test for targeted therapy in acute myeloid leukemia
152 Growth factor receptor affects prostate cancer progression
153 Vaccine shows promise in preventing mono
154 Silencing small but mighty cancer inhibitors
155 Is there a developmental component to the risk for depression?
156 Extracellular protein sensitizes ovarian cancer cells to chemotherapy
157 Cord blood viable option for kids with life-threatening metabolic disorders
158 Depression screening for cancer patients too often falls between the cracks
159 To keep mouths safe, don't just wear a mouthguard; keep it clean
160 UK anti-drinking campaign ads may be 'catastrophically misconceived'
161 Lipids in the brain an important factor for Alzheimer's disease?
162 Court: Judges Can Reduce Crack Sentences
163 Scientists find how bacteria in cows' milk may cause Crohn's disease
164 New Strategy For Developing Fast-acting Antidepressants
165 This Is Your Brain On Violent Media
166 Bacteria Employ Type Of DNA Modification Never Before Seen In Nature
167 Can Where You Live Lead To An Early Death?
168 Sunshine-to-Petrol Project Seeks Fuel From Thin Air
169 Nanotube-producing Bacteria Show Manufacturing Promise
170 Pheromones identified that trigger aggression between male mice
171 Scientists find what makes the solar wind howl
172 Scents and sensitivity
173 Did Carbon Save Earth From a Deep Freeze?
174 A Camera to Help Dementia Patients
175 Lightning Bolts within Cells
176 No More Thumbprints
177 Astronomer Denied Tenure Because of Research, not Religion
178 New Document Reveals Military Mystery's Powers
179 The New LinkedIn Platform Shows Facebook How It's Done
180 Guest Opinion: America's Best-Known Atheist Riffs On Golden Compass
181 Getting Up Close and Personal With Future Green Car Tech
182 Missing Matter Caught in Tangled Cosmic Webs
183 Oil, gas companies fund Wyo. ambulance
184 UK's huge push for wind power gets cool response
185 Britain plans to pursue wind power
186 Sex "switch" points way to smarter pest control
187 Gore gets Nobel, warns of ominous threat
188 Need your sleep? Stay out of hospitals
189 China market may be breeding ground for deadly viruses
190 Health care challenges fire up students
191 Immigrants Less Likely to Report Family History of Cancer
192 Most Medicare Recipients Ignore Colorectal Cancer Screening
193 Love in the World of Alzheimer's
194 Ignored by the state, a father of four disabled Iraqis turns to God
195 Products with good bacteria get popular
196 Stimulants for ADHD may cause mild heart symptoms
197 Judges given leeway in crack sentencing
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