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1 EPA Pushed to Lower Reporting Standards
2 Gas Quickly Produced From Old Wells
3 Review: Chords, Solos Glow on New Guitar
4 Stem Cells May Ease Muscular Dystrophy
5 Scientist clone glow-in-the-dark cats
6 Pregnant? Backache? It could be worse
7 Giant armadillo fossil found up mountain
8 Milky Way double haloes spin both ways
9 A greener way to recover methane
10 Saturn's rings 'may live forever'
11 Space experiment contest launched
12 Waves threaten Zanzibar paradise
13 Super scam me
14 EU 'snub' threat at climate talks
15 Great beasts peppered from space
16 Europe can 'lead web technology'
17 Shock at $85k mobile phone bill
18 UK has 'way to go' on IT strategy
19 Body clock 'control switch' found
20 Born Survivors: Looking after Mum
21 Stem cells yield hope in muscular dystrophy
22 New Warning On Arctic Ice Cap Melting
23 UN Warns Climate Talks Could Collapse
24 Japan Scientists Develop Fearless Mouse
25 Saturn's Rings Older Than First Thought?
26 Primal Scream Has Fans For Stress Relief
27 Lawsuits Allege Milk Wasn't Organic
28 Merck Wants Mevacor Sold Over-Counter
29 China Shuts Down Leukemia Drug Maker
30 Feds Charge Utah Doc With Bogus Scrips
31 French Doctors Recount Face Transplant
32 UPDATE 1--Web browser firm files complaint over Microsoft
33 Opera files EU antitrust suit against Microsoft
34 Web Browser Opera Complains To EU Over Microsoft
35 Opera Complains to EU About Microsoft
36 Opera sues Microsoft in the EU over IE, Windows bundle
37 Opera Take A Double EU Pop At Internet Explorer
38 UPDATE 1--Microsoft buys online mapping company Multimap
39 Microsoft Buys Multimap, European Online Mapping Company
40 Acquisition to Expand Microsoft's Map Services
41 House Republican targets Google on privacy grounds
42 Lawmaker Presses Google For Answers on Privacy Issue
43 NASA Taps Boeing to Build Avionics for New Rocket
44 Boeing wins second contract for Ares 1 rocket
45 What Steve Jobs Will Unveil At Macworld
46 Goldman Sachs: New iPhones, Apple TV for 2008
47 Second-gen iPhone in final phase; Apple TV update planned--report
48 Analyst: 2008 will welcome 2nd-gen iPhone, Apple TV revision
49 Analyst: 2nd gen iPhone, Apple TV in '08
50 Adobe to open source Flex back-end connector
51 Adobe to release developer tools to open source
52 Adobe to Open Source Messaging Protocols
53 Adobe takes data access technology open source; Will the enterprise bite?
54 Windows 7 to get more touchy-feely
55 Next Version of Windows to Incorporate Advanced Touch Features
56 Microsoft blogger: Next Windows will blow away Apple iPhone with multi-touch features
57 Microsoft yanks free Vista, Office offer
58 Microsoft Offers Vista Ultimate Free
59 Microsoft abandons free Vista and Office offer
60 Common Infant Vaccine Recalled
61 Ahead of the Bell: FDA meets on Mevacor
62 Cholesterol levels attain milestone
63 Meat raises lung cancer risk, too, study finds
64 Bad News: Red and Processed Meats Can Raise Risk of Lung Cancer
65 Avoid Red Meat To Decrease The Risk Of Cancer
66 Excerpt: 'Eat This, Not That'
67 10 'Healthy' Foods That Aren't So Healthy
68 A steady diet of blubbering about fat
69 Weight Loss and Fat Grams
70 Primitive early relative of armadillos helps rewrite evolutionary family tree
71 Reprogrammed human adult stem cells rescue diseased muscle in mice
72 Zebrafish study shows key enzyme in gut is a peacemaker
73 Climate's remote control on hurricanes
74 Female lower back has evolved to accommodate the weight of pregnancy
75 Scientists overcome obstacles to stem cell heart repair
76 Experts urge complete global access to iodized salt; prevents IQ loss and brain damage in babies
77 Deadly virus strips away immune system's defensive measures
78 Deep-ocean drilling researchers target earthquake and tsunami zone
79 Ancient fish bones reveal impacts of global warming beneath the sea
80 Truck-safe bamboo bridge opens in China
81 Making gas out of crude oil
82 Building disease-beating wheat
83 Wind power explored off California's coast
84 How size matters
85 Piddling fish face off threat of competition
86 Predicting growth hormone treatment success
87 Genetic differences influence aging rates in the wild
88 Walking tall to protect the species
89 Research unveils new hope for deadly childhood disease
90 Can interacting pathogens explain disease patterns?
91 Blood Pressure Drug Telmisartan Shows Powerful Activity Against Stroke
92 PET/CT Imaging Proves Golden for Detecting Cancer in Children
93 Why the Switch Stays On: NC State Scientists Discover Reasons Behind Cancerous Cellular Interactions
94 Tiny dust particles from Asian deserts common over western United States
95 Cholesterol-lowering drugs and the risk of hemorrhagic stroke
96 Pre-natal alcohol exposure shapes sensory preference, upping odds of later alcohol use and abuse
97 Deep-sea drilling yields clues to mega-earthquakes
98 Light and sound--the way forward for better medical imaging
99 Large earthquakes may broadcast warnings, but is anyone tuning in to listen?
100 Mayo Clinic Two-Year Study Finds Ossur's Miami J And Philadelphia Collars Superior In Immobilization And Reduction Of Pressure
101 NIST imaging system maps nanomechanical properties
102 New paper reveals nanoscale details of photolithography process
103 Desktop Device Generates and Traps Rare Ultracold Molecules
104 'Retrospective Rubber' Remembers Its Old Identities
105 Stanford researchers identify granddaddy of human blood cells
106 Chronic knee pain: Is surgery the only solution?
107 Women persist in plastic surgery treatments that are not working, research says
108 Genetic switch for circadian rhythms discovered
109 Immune compound blocks virus' ability to hijack antibodies
110 Intensive care quality of sleep improved by new drug, reports study
111 Venlafaxine extended-release effective for patients with major depression
112 Active compounds found in Ganoderma lucidum fungus with potential to treat prostate cancer
113 Jefferson vascular surgeon heads national trial for torn aorta repair
114 Molecular pathway appears crucial in development of pulmonary fibrosis
115 UCLA engineering researchers capture optical 'rogue waves'
116 NIST helps beam time to TV viewers in the Middle East
117 'Combinatorial' approach squashes software bugs faster, cheaper
118 A researcher from the Universidad de Granada has created a system which makes robots 'see' people and interact with them
119 New treatment for depression?
120 Mammo readings vary by radiologist
121 Beliefs trigger brain regions
122 Global warming will hurt kids
123 Spine evolved in mom's favour
124 Tough call on sex-change case
125 Fearless mouse makes waves
126 Baby vaccine contaminated
127 Nuclear Fallout Layer Missing in Himalayan Glacier
128 'Beast of Bolivia' Attacks Pets
129 Women Evolve More Spine to Carry Babies
130 Extra Sunshine Blamed for Part of Arctic Meltdown
131 How Female Fish Lose Inhibitions
132 'Danger: Avoid Death' Contest Winner
133 Magma May Be Melting Greenland Ice
134 Ancient Oversized Armadillo-Like Species Discovered
135 Research in Action: What Are Your Intentions?
136 Saturn Ringed by Electric Doughnut
137 Huge Newfound Part of Milky Way Rotates Backward
138 Strange Shapes Seen on Mars
139 How women bend over backwards for baby
140 Rogue waves made of light
141 Oil-eating bacteria make light work of heavy fuel
142 Peatland destruction is releasing vast amounts of CO2
143 Year's best meteor shower set to dazzle
144 Micro-robot Olympics reveal champion swimmer
145 Why pregnant women don't fall over
146 Milky Way's two stellar halos have opposing spins
147 UK pulls out of key physics and astronomy projects
148 Polymer scaffolds may restore damaged nerves
149 Evidence Suggests Himalayan Ice Fields Haven't Grown in Last 50 Years
150 Earth's Heat Adds to Climate Change to Melt Greenland Ice
151 Arctic Expeditions Find Giant Mud Waves, Glacial Tracks
152 Zebrafish Study Shows Key Enzyme in Gut is a Peacemaker
153 Why the Switch Stays On
154 Milky Way Galaxy Wears Two Halos of Stars
155 Deep-sea Drilling Yields Clues to Mega-earthquakes
156 Crawling Worms May Illuminate Dopamine's Role in Human Aging Diseases
157 Researcher Doubts U.S. Program to Track Avian Flu in Wild Birds
158 Astronomer Explains Star of Bethlehem
159 Hermetically Sealed Encasement Now Protecting 'America's Birth Certificate'
160 Tiny Dust Particles from Asian Deserts Common Over Western United States
161 New Accreditation Program for Body Armor Testing Laboratories
162 NIST Imaging System Maps Nanomechanical Properties
163 'Combinatorial' Approach Squashes Software Bugs Faster, Cheaper
164 Beaming Time to TV Viewers in the Middle East
165 Nanoscale Details of Photolithography Process Revealed
166 Indiana University Discovers 1699 Captain Kidd Shipwreck
167 Many Paths but One Goal
168 Hold the Chemicals, Bring on the Needles
169 Get Them Hooked and They'll Reel Themselves In
170 Patients Wonder Whether to Replace a Wire That Might Fail
171 Deadlock Stymies Global Climate Talks
172 Homespun Electricity, From the Wind
173 Focus of Climate Talks Shifts to Helping Poor Countries Cope
174 Federal Judge Upholds Law on Emissions in California
175 Spines, Made Extra Curvy for Women
176 Desktop device generates and traps rare ultracold molecules
177 Japan Scientists Develop Fearless Mouse
178 Judge rejects automaker suit over California emissions limits
179 Quality of Sleep Determines Where the Brain Stores Memories
180 Planetary scientists close in on Saturn's elusive rotation
181 Researchers Discover Virus Using Same Tools as Host Cell
182 Mixed results: Combining scaffold ingredients yields surprising nanoporous structure
183 Researchers capture optical 'rogue waves'
184 'Retrospective rubber' remembers its old identities
185 Taiwan Scientists Discover Gold Nanoparticles Stabilize Organic Memory
186 Discovery shows Milky Way halo is split in two
187 I-Pod-Based Translator Provides Words, Dialects, Gestures
188 Researchers identify granddaddy of human blood cells
189 Genetic switch for circadian rhythms discovered
190 Earth's heat adds to climate change to melt Greenland ice
191 The bear necessities of aging
192 Global climate change: The impact of El Nino on Galapagos marine iguanas
193 How size matters: The beauty of nature explained
194 Genetic differences influence aging rates in the wild
195 Fresh fossil evidence of eye forerunner uncovered
196 Active compounds found in Ganoderma lucidum fungus with potential to treat prostate cancer
197 Blood pressure drug telmisartan shows powerful activity against stroke
198 Experts urge complete global access to iodized salt; prevents IQ loss and brain damage in babies
199 Shared Crack Pipes May Spread Hepatitis C Virus
200 Immune compound blocks virus' ability to hijack antibodies
201 U.S. Cholesterol Average Is Ideal at 199
202 Deadly virus strips away immune system's defensive measures
203 Too much fructose could leave dieters sugar shocked
204 Can massage chairs or a vibrating mouse prevent computer-related injuries?
205 Close relations exhibit greater agreement on the attractiveness of faces
206 Different areas of brain respond to belief, disbelief, uncertainty
207 Scientists overcome obstacles to stem cell heart repair
208 Brain-computer link systems on the brink of breakthrough, study finds
209 New technique reveals insights into lung disease
210 Three-drug Combination 'Extremely Promising' As First-line Therapy For Multiple Myeloma
211 Different Areas Of The Brain Respond To Belief, Disbelief And Uncertainty
212 Rising Carbon Dioxide Signals Wetter Storms For Northern Hemisphere, Study Says
213 Neurotransmitters In Biopolymers Stimulate Nerve Regeneration
214 More 'Functional' DNA In Genome Than Previously Thought
215 Threatened Birds May Be Rarer Than Geographic Range Maps Suggest
216 Distorted Self-image In Body Image Disorder Due To Visual Brain Glitch, Study Suggests
217 Mars Orbiter Examines 'Lace' And 'Lizard Skin' Terrain
218 Using Carbon Nanotubes To Seek And Destroy Anthrax Toxin And Other Harmful Proteins
219 For The Fruit Fly, Everything Changes After Sex
220 Mars Rover Investigates Signs Of Steamy Martian Past
221 Mental reserves keep brains agile
222 Ultrasound 'scalpels' offer incision-free surgery
223 Smile! A new Canadian tool can re-grow teeth say inventors
224 Mouse study shows ultrasound affecting brain development
225 Recharging Gadgets Wirelessly
226 Computing on Paper
227 Testing Drugs with Stem Cells
228 China shuts down leukemia drug maker
229 Magma May Be Melting Greenland Ice
230 Japan scientists develop fearless mouse
231 Canadian museum unveils long, long-lost dinosaur
232 Israeli army spotters count wild animals
233 Saturn Ringed by Electric Doughnut
234 See Tonight's 'Great' Meteor Shower
235 Gore: US blocking climate talks progress
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