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1 Women Could Get New Kind Of Sterilization
2 Study Says Men May Carry Breast Cancer Gene
3 The land before time
4 Noise might cause huge ocean waves
5 German museum admits Terracotta Army may be fake
6 Roman barge under Cologne to reveal shipping history
7 Remember the moon? NASA does, with 2020 vision
8 Demand for palm oil sets off wave of deforestation
9 What's This w00t and Why Is It Word of the Year?
10 What Will Apple Release in 2008?
11 Study: iPhone Major 2008 Hack Target
12 Death Knell Sounds for Wikipedia, About.com
13 Microsoft Fires Back at Opera Software
14 Episiotomy Not Always Necessary, Should be Curbed Study Says
15 Tainted Leukemia Drug Company Shut Down in China
16 Mevacor Over-the-Counter Use Rejected Again
17 Bionic Woman: Hollywood Sci-Fi vs. Reality
18 MIT Team Turns Auto Parts Into Green Power for Remote Regions
19 Windbelt, Cheap Generator Alternative, Set to Power Third World
20 Houston Cops' Test Drone Now in Iraq, Operator Says
21 Inside Runway Safety Report, Scary Numbers and Few Quick Fixes
22 Airbags of the Sky: Whole-Airframe Parachutes Meet Personal Jets
23 Safest Seat on a Plane: PM Investigates How to Survive a Crash
24 Science of Boomerangs: How to Make & Throw the Aussie Magic
25 World's Biggest Science Project Aims to Unlock 'God Particle'
26 Mini-Jet Revolution, or Dot-Com with Wings?
27 Turkey Building the World's Deepest Immersed Tube Tunnel
28 How NASA's New Telescope Chases Planets
29 World's Largest Cruise Ship Pulls 360s with Joystick
30 DARPA's Better Bionic Arm: Our Most Limb-Like Prosthetic
31 Rebooting the AIDS Vaccine
32 Ellsworth Handcrafted Bicycles: "The Ride"
33 The Hypersonic Age is Near
34 What Web Celebs Want
35 You Said What?
36 Italian UFO
37 At 220 light-years, the sun has a twin
38 Gell-Mann on beauty & truth in physics
39 Why use steroids? They work
40 Seas could rise twice as high as predicted: study
41 Dutch to build Tulip island?
42 Liver cirrhosis kills 26 crocodiles in north India
43 Beyond iPhone, gadgets led year's mobile developments
44 New music services reach for slice of digital pie
45 Intel said to increase chip market lead
46 Fluoride in tap water may help older teeth too
47 Ways to Pep Up a Boring Walk
48 Why Do Healthy Athletes Die of Heart Attacks?
49 Coevolution with viruses drives bacterial mutations
50 Missing Fallout Fuels Warming Fears
51 Immune System Sculpts The Brain
52 Neuronal circuits able to rewire on the fly to sharpen senses
53 Trouble in Them Thar Hills
54 Remote Lake May Be Treasure Trove of Climate Data
55 One Small Step for Plants
56 Why Do Whales Get the Bends?
57 Science Sensei 6: "I'll just have a small piece"
58 Ape Willpower
59 Vocal Joystick
60 Science Sensei 5: Don't Be Cruel
61 Stress & Memory
62 Science Sensei 7: "Which Do You Prefer?"
63 Preventing Stillbirths
64 Remodeling the Model T
65 MRSA: RIP?
66 Bayesian-based trees
67 The Birth of Biotech
68 PhDs and parishioners
69 Cell biology hits the red carpet
70 Forget mistletoe--what about DNA?
71 Data Center Study Looks at Global Trends
72 San Francisco Airs Solar Incentive Plan
73 Voyager Finds Disturbance in the Force
74 What songbirds, dancing, and knot-tying can tell us about why we speak
75 The Arab World builds its own scientific infrastructure
76 Dr. President
77 A Profound Sense of Time
78 The Climate Crucible
79 The Listener
80 Who Speaks for Earth?
81 In Blindness Veritas?
82 Silent Night [snoring remedies rated]
83 Waiting for Good Joe
84 The Death of E-Mail
85 Yes, This Is Your Grandfather's Ford
86 Band-Aids for Oil Tankers
87 Return of the Neuropundits!
88 The Electric Vehicle Acid Test
89 Your Health This Week: Shots for adults and honey for kids.
90 Cultural Selection
91 James Watson's 16 Percent
92 Festive food footprint 'same as 6,000 car trips around world'
93 Researcher: Georgia artifacts may point to de Soto's trail
94 Making GPS more like the movie version
95 Chip experts fear miniaturization may be near limits
96 Can you have your fish and eat it too?
97 No towers? No problem.
98 Google's kinship with the mind
99 Famed wreck reported found, "untouched"
100 Porn Star Auctions Breast Implants
101 New Test Improves Breast Cancer Detection
102 Can't Find a Wii? Take a Rain Check
103 Study: Googling Oneself Is More Popular
104 Jeers to Cheers: U.S. Yields on Climate Plan
105 Is it love for ugly swan? [and other "Quirkies" (strange stories)]
106 Q: Cold or flu: How do you tell if someone has flu or just a cold?
107 Q&A: Anabolic steroids
108 'Why were my babies too early?'
109 Genes 'triple' bowel cancer risk
110 Key to cancer drug use pinpointed
111 Arctic sets records on all fronts
112 NASA 'to support UK Moon mission'
113 US sets terms for climate talks
114 Mass deaths of rare croc in India
115 Sodium issue clouds Enceladus
116 Health Savings Accounts For Poor Tested
117 Girl Born With 8 Limbs Leaves Hospital
118 WHO To Investigate Pakistan Bird Flu
119 US Wary Of Global Warming Framework
120 WV Needs More Funds For Gypsy Moth Fight
121 Simple Numbers To Shape Climate Talks
122 Chesapeake Scientists Fight Fatigue
123 'Tis The Season...For Music DVDs
124 The Girl Next Door: An Obsessed Cop And Amazing Forensics Help Solve A Haunting Mystery
125 First Look: PC World: First look at Kindle e-book reader
126 Auctioneers ask for double Kindle's retail price
127 Kindle is appealing but has drawbacks
128 Auctioneers ask for double Kindle's retail price
129 Amazon Kindle
130 Auctioneers ask for double Kindle's retail price
131 Cheep thrills at annual Audubon bird count
132 Birders flock to Zion for annual Christmas count
133 Birdwatchers invited to join annual count
134 Bird counters out today
135 Post-Katrina cottages get a lukewarm welcome
136 Reservoirs Closed After Carcinogen Is Found
137 L.A. must dump water from two reservoirs
138 Los Angeles to Drain Two Reservoirs Due to Cancer Risk
139 Poet, biographer, feminist Diane Middlebrook dies of cancer at 68
140 Biographer Middlebrook, 68, taught at Stanford
141 Author Terry Pratchett says he has Alzheimer's
142 Beloved author shares bad news
143 $262 million to fund stem-cell studies
144 Stem cell grant will spur research on rejuvenating muscle
145 Stanford, Berkeley, UCSF, Buck get nod for stem cell facility grants
146 Stem cell institute awards $54 million in research grants
147 $54 Million for California Stem Cell Research
148 Stanford Scientists Awarded $10.7 Million For Stem Cell Research
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