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1 Astronomers probe the beginnings of the universe
2 Saving whales
3 Old skin made young by blocking single gene: study
4 Internet take up rate slow, but improving
5 Outback dinosaur fossil on loan to zoo
6 A gene from each parent? Scientists map which ones are switched off before they are passed on
7 Disease-forecast DNA tests 'are a waste of money'
8 Rolling Stone--every issue from 1967 to 2007 on DVD
9 John Gaeta on VRMAG
10 Turkey may charge Dawkins' publisher for "insulting believers"
11 Brain visualized as an island map
12 Fun flash game--Chat Noir
13 Bicycles with sick soundsystems
14 Meat couture art by Pinar Yolacan
15 Bench with seat made from pencils
16 Flasher's 'inadequacy' plea fails
17 Magnetic pulses treat depression
18 Should we be worried about nanotechnology?
19 Surgery lets amputees "feel" missing limbs
20 Climate change makes bats drop dead
21 Million-degree galactic gas 'bubbles' found
22 Creativity buoys outlook for hydrogen economy
23 Facebook Revamps New Advertising System
24 Listening to the Sounds of Silence
25 AT&T CEO Says a Faster IPhone on Its Way
26 Red Tide Blamed for Calif. Bird Deaths
27 U.S. Pursuing New Spy Satellite Program
28 Sunken Antarctic Cruise Ship Leaves Oil
29 New Subtype Of Ebola Suspected In Uganda
30 Hunters Help Supply Meat For Food Banks
31 Landmark Heart Study Expands To Genetics
32 Omega-3 To Fight Parkinson's?
33 Ten HIV/AIDS Myths
34 Japan: PS3 Outsells Wii
35 Newer, faster iPhone could be coming
36 Verizon Wireless iPhones? Maybe in 2011
37 Verizon switches standards gears for next-generation network
38 Dell sues cybersquatters
39 Dell Fights Cybersquatters And Rogue Resellers In Court
40 Dell Takes Cybersquatters to Court
41 Cybersquatting daisy-chain leads to Dell trademark infringement lawsuit
42 Upward Revision of U.S. AIDS Cases Likely
43 Eight Ways to Cut Salt Out of Your Diet
44 Diet-In-A-Pill May Be Step Closer
45 'Drug mimicking red wine effects to help treat diabetes'
46 Increased Potency Increases Stock Price
47 Medical Marijuana: Courts in California and Colorado Rule Cops Must Return Patient's Medicine
48 1 in 3 not aware of Aids
49 Govt in court over condoms
50 Rapid HIV tests improve detection
51 Couples Emphasize Career of Man over Woman
52 Q&A: What Lincoln had
53 Splitting the quark
54 How to make a zombie cockroach
55 NASA scientist confirms light show on Venus
56 Embryonic star captured with jets flaring
57 Embryonic cells count to control their development
58 Potential New Weapon against Lou Gehrig's Disease
59 Laws Fail to Keep up with Mounting E-Trash
60 A 'Flower' That Delivers Disease-Killing Treatments to Mosquitoes
61 Biodiesel Takes to the Sky
62 More than a pretty face
63 Hold on, man: OS X has secret Windows-compatible features hidden away, could run Windows apps fairly soon?
64 Spaces Knows When You Are Slacking Off
65 QuickTime streaming vulnerability exposed in Macs
66 Google experimenting with Digg-style tools
67 Apple retains iPods' focus on music
68 The iPod Blog: Directly adding media to your iPod
69 Adjusting TextEdit print margins
70 Spot the Great Andromeda Galaxy
71 Energy-hungry India eyes role as "wind superpower"
72 Duke scientists map 'silenced genes'
73 Disney employee dies after fall at park
74 UN body launches database to tackle illegal caviar trade
75 After fires, Calif. rain mudslide threat
76 Thai candidates accused of vote-buying with Viagra: official
77 Extra Doses of Vitamins C, E Don't Guard Against Preeclampsia
78 Ibuprofen Preserves Lung Function in Kids With Cystic Fibrosis
79 High Blood Pressure Could Exacerbate Alzheimer's
80 Stem cell innovators find a way to cut out cancer
81 'I thought I had made a mistake'
82 50 years on: The Keeling Curve legacy
83 Power Struggle To Control Ancient Bones
84 HIV/AIDS has not gone away
85 Private Spaceflight Firm Takes Aims at NASA Cargo Flights
86 Sun-Loving Frogs Get Skin Check With Eye Doctor's Tool
87 Comet's 'dust bunnies' to shower Earth
88 FCC Plan Could Limit Expansion of Comcast
89 US FCC eyes plan to limit cable companies' size
90 Another Whale Falls Ill At Georgia Aquarium
91 Beluga whale dies at Georgia Aquarium
92 Timeline: A tough year for the aquarium
93 Beluga whale dies in aquarium
94 Review: Kindle not ready to catch fire
95 Will wireless carriers really open their networks?
96 Lab for Space Station Puts NASA Priorities in Question
97 Mud, Sweat, Jeers. But a Free Tree!
98 Mozilla Swats Firefox Bug With a Patch
99 Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.11 Fixes Canvas Regression
100 Mozilla scrambles to patch Firefox for second time this week
101 Firefox Breaks Web Canvas
102 Oregon: Ground Zero in fight between RIAA, alleged music pirates?
103 Ore. AG: RIAA Spies on Students
104 Oregon Attorney General Investigates RIAA's Data Mining Tactics
105 Scientists Struggle to Control Ancient Bones
106 Pilots on antidepressants pose no safety risk
107 Biggest black holes may grow inside 'quasistars'
108 Milky Way galaxy may have hidden twin
109 Forests could prove EU's carbon-cutting saviour
110 Zombie cockroaches revived by brain shot
111 Skin patch gives ageing mice a youthful glow
112 Thank the cows for Europe's satnav
113 Swarms of tiny aircraft could track hurricanes
114 Tritium hazard rating 'should be doubled'
115 Australian Scientists Identify Crucial Barley Gene
116 Research Team Studies Best Way to Solve Wicked Problems
117 Powerful Tool to Study the Genetics of Inflammation Developed
118 Levels of Prion Protein in Brain May Not be Reliable Marker for Disease
119 Using fMRI to Study Brain Development
120 Nano-sized Oltmeter Measures Electric Fields Deep within Cells
121 DNA Methylation Shown to Promote Development of Colon Tumors
122 Putting on Weight for Football Glory
123 Would You Like Your Veggies Plain or Succulent?
124 Oxygen Suppliers Fight to Keep a Medicare Boon
125 Testers See Windows XP Passing Vista
126 AT&T CEO Says a Faster IPhone on Its Way
127 Researchers obtain a snapshot clarifying how materials enter cells
128 'WildCharger' leads wireless power revolution
129 Stem cell breakthrough: Now Japanese team go one better
130 Between water and rock--a new science
131 Scientists Locate Revved Up Chemical That Mimics Red Wine
132 New Underground Particle Detectors Proposed for Europe
133 Scientists make first observation of Airy optical beams
134 Power Struggle to Control Ancient Bones
135 Oxygen suppliers thriving under Medicare
136 DNA methylation shown to promote development of colon tumors
137 Hazards of CT scans overstated
138 Napping a more effective countermeasure to sleepiness in younger people
139 New study finds that sleep duration raises the risk for diabetes
140 Aging improves parent, child relationships, research shows
141 Britain may reintroduce wolf and lynx
142 NEC Develops World's Fastest SRAM-Compatible MRAM With Operation Speed of 250MHz
143 There's Oil in That Slime
144 NEC develops first translation software on cellphone
145 Facebook Retreat Shows Ad-Targeting Risk
146 'Green' Gifts From Watt-Killer to Zipcar
147 A Particle of a Different Flavor?
148 World's largest mangrove badly hit by cyclone: official
149 Arianespace warns US over Chinese space 'dumping'
150 No room for complacency on World AIDS Day
151 Cellular Pathway Identified That Makes Prostate Cancer Fatal
152 New X-ray Technique Targets Terrorists And Tumors
153 Aging Improves Parent, Child Relationships, Research Shows
154 Radar Technology Fights Breast Cancer
155 Scientists Re-Examine Soy Bean Diversity
156 Massive Canadian Oilfield Could Be Exploited Using New System
157 Separating The Therapeutic Benefits Of Cannabis From Its Mood-altering Side-effects
158 Astronomers Find Stellar Cradle Where Planets Form
159 Ocean Fertilization 'Fix' For Global Warming Discredited By New Research
160 Human Genome Has Four Times More Imprinted Genes Than Previously Identified
161 Galaxies Are Born Of Violence Between Dark Matter and Interstellar Gas
162 Recipe For A Storm: Ingredients For More Powerful Atlantic Hurricanes
163 Prehistoric Forest Emerges From Farmer's Pond
164 Fast-Acting Carbs May Hasten Vision Loss Over Time
165 Drug companies 'chasing wrong Alzheimer's target'
166 New View of Early, Sizzling Mars
167 From sewage, added water for drinking
168 Study: Sleep deficit may be impossible to make up
169 What Makes Us Moral
170 The Mesozoic Aviary
171 Review--The Evolving World: Evolution in Everyday Life
172 View from the lab: Science's debt to William Blake
173 A Long, Hard Look at the Early Universe
174 The germ of an idea
175 Male ancestor was slow to grow up
176 Carnal Knowledge: Why do men like porn more?
177 In Bali The Other USA Will Be With The World
178 Minister says 24 Indonesian islands disappeared: report
179 Keep Track Of New Worlds: PlanetQuest 2.0
180 Hubble Captures Grand-Design Spiral Galaxy M74
181 Instrument To Unveil New Worlds By Blocking Out Starlight
182 Embryonic Star Captured With Jets Flaring
183 EU nations endorse standard system for mobile TV
184 KAGUYA (SELENE) Composes 3-D Movies With Terrain Camera Images
185 Rover Perseveres Despite Stall In Robotic Arm
186 Humans Carry More Bacterial Cells than Human Ones
187 Brain Patterns Of Anorexic Women Different
188 The games helmet that reads minds
189 The Secret to Raising Smart Kids
190 Discovered Footprints Stoke Yeti Mystery
191 Archaeological dig on blaze site reveals 'Cowgate palaces'
192 Lost 16th-Century Mass Discovered by Berkeley Music Scholar
193 Remains of ancient city discovered in east China
194 Ohio's Prehistoric Past Surfaces: Finding 2,500-year-old bones
195 Syrian archeologists discover ancient remains among famous ruins
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