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1 Who Can Afford to Eat Right?
2 College Cashes In on Diabetes Pain Drug
3 'Smart' Tires Can Warn of Impending Flat
4 Save the Shuttles!
5 Apple in Talks to Launch IPhone in Japan
6 Brrrr: Scientists Trace the Roots of Feeling Cold
7 Magna Carta Sells for $21.3M in New York
8 N/A
9 Pinot noir genes out of the bottle
10 Tyre warns of looming flat
11 Trachoma programs fail Indigenous Australians
12 'Active glacier found' on Mars
13 'Fair' deal at fisheries summit
14 Deforestation hits nutrient cycle
15 Canberra to monitor Japan whalers
16 Warning as rat population booms
17 Racehorse winning secret revealed
18 Badger culls 'boost fox numbers'
19 Government cracks broadband whip
20 Cannabis smoke 'has more toxins'
21 Call to limit whole body scan use
22 Slim or die man loses 39-stones
23 Maternal side has 'stronger bond'
24 'I wish they could ease my pain'
25 Survey Shows More Cook Inlet Belugas
26 Congress OKs Auto Fuel Economy Increase
27 Concern About Lead: It's Not Just Toys
28 Perspective: Can social networking co-exist with the workplace?
29 Online social networking frenzy points to Internet's future
30 Stem Cell Research Dominates 2007 Medical Field
31 Caution urged in new method for stem cells
32 Cloning Still Holds Stem Cell Key, Say Leading Harvard Researchers
33 Researchers pursue stem cell technologies
34 2007 stem cell breakthrough is 'like turning lead into gold'
35 Intel uses open-source effort to boost networking plan
36 Intel adds Fibre Channel over Ethernet implementation for Linux
37 Fibre Channel Over Ethernet Goes Open Source
38 FDA: Spermicide Does Not Protect Against STDs, AIDS
39 FDA requires new contraceptive warning
40 A Simple Test to Save Your Bones
41 Bone Test Predicts Spine Fracture
42 Bone Density Tests Do Predict Women's Fracture Risk
43 Ex-Marine Seeks Return of Seized Marijuana Plants
44 Gulf War Vet Asks Court To Give Marijuana Back
45 Man wants his pot plants back
46 Use of women's plasma restricted
47 Blood banks ban women from giving plasma
48 Plant geneticists find veritas in vino
49 Variable light illuminates the distribution of picophytoplankton
50 Why diving marine mammals resist brain damage from low oxygen
51 The GABAA receptor--a memory bane?
52 MIT corrects inherited retardation, autism in mice
53 Fragile X retardation syndrome corrected in mice
54 Where the brain makes sense of speech
55 Widespread support for nonembryonic stem cell research, VCU Life Sciences Survey shows
56 Parents show bias in sibling rivalry, says study
57 Elevated Carbon Dioxide Changes Soil Microbe Mix Below Plants
58 Researchers discover protein that controls bone growth
59 If you don't want to fall ill this Christmas, then share a festive kiss but don't shake hands
60 'Jekyll and Hyde' bacteria offer pest control hope
61 Speedy Mic's Photograph
62 Scientists have discovered a connection between active galactic nuclei and the most energetic known cosmic rays
63 Hybrid semiconductors show zero thermal expansion; could lead to hardier electronics and optoelectronics
64 New brain mechanism identified for interpreting speech
65 Obese patients wait longer for kidney transplants, research suggests
66 Breath test can discriminate between a bacterial overgrowth and IBS
67 Will Your Tongue Really Stick to a Frozen Flagpole?
68 Why Deep-Diving Mammals Don't Black Out
69 Small Asteroids Pose Big New Threat
70 Divorced Parents Do a Good Job
71 Hot Bugs Get More Sex
72 Toyota to Develop Cars for Seniors
73 Study Reveals Why Monkeys Shout During Sex
74 Fragile X fixed in mice
75 Good genes help racehorses to be winners
76 Spy planes to recharge by clinging to power lines
77 Small asteroids can pack a mighty punch
78 Extreme TB patient slips through aircraft surveillance net
79 Cosmic explosion detonates in empty space
80 Carbon electrodes could slash cost of solar panels
81 North Sea cod quotas raised against scientific advice
82 US budget cuts a 'body blow' to particle accelerator
83 Bamboo road bridge can support 16-tonne trucks
84 Human Evolution Tied to Uplift of 'Wall of Africa'
85 Widespread Support for Non-embryonic Stem Cell Research
86 Researchers Investigate Supercritical Method of Converting Chicken Fat and Tall Oil Fatty Acids into Biodiesel
87 VIDO Finds New Link Between Stress and Disease Susceptibility
88 Controversy in the Bread Aisle
89 Making Hospitals Pay for Their Mistakes
90 San Francisco's Mayor Proposes Fee on Sales of Sugary Soft Drinks
91 No. 1 Book, and It Offers Solutions
92 Contrarians vs. Bali
93 The (Energy) Future Is Not Now
94 For NASA, Repair Work on Ground and in Space
95 At 71, Physics Professor Is a Web Star
96 Evolution tied to Earth movement
97 Why diving marine mammals resist brain damage from low oxygen
98 Unsupervised children are more sociable and more active
99 2007 stem cell breakthrough is like turning lead into gold
100 Fragile X retardation syndrome corrected in mice
101 'Hybrid' semiconductors show zero thermal expansion; Could lead to hardier electronics
102 Traffic jam mystery solved by mathematicians
103 Flare found on ultra-fast rotating star puzzles astronomers
104 Online social networking frenzy points to Internet's future
105 V-shaped solar cells could lead to better efficiency
106 Why don't we get cancer all the time?
107 Earliest stage of planet formation dated
108 Apple in Talks to Launch IPhone in Japan
109 NASA Ties Shuttle Gauge Woes to Bad Part
110 Top climate scientist named 'newsmaker of 2007' by Nature journal
111 Earth and Moon born 62 million years after Solar System
112 Loma Prieta fault not so weak?
113 On-Demand Video Service MovieBeam Closes
114 Reports: Japan Display Alliance Mulled
115 'Brain-training' expert links with Toyota on cars for elderly
116 Microsoft to Serve Ads on Viacom Sites
117 Consumers Still Spending on Gadgets
118 Plant geneticists find veritas in vino
119 Variable light illuminates the distribution of picophytoplankton
120 Survey Shows More Cook Inlet Belugas
121 Elevated carbon dioxide changes soil microbe mix below plants
122 'Jekyll and Hyde' bacteria offer pest control clue
123 Parents show bias in sibling rivalry, says study
124 Squirrels use snake scent
125 Fit for porpoise: tiny mammal was ancestor of cetaceans
126 Does treating worms in people with HIV slow progression to AIDS?
127 Blood banks ban women from giving plasma
128 Skatepark injuries can incur economic pain
129 Breath test can discriminate between a bacterial overgrowth and IBS
130 Green tea may halve prostate cancer risk: Japanese study
131 If you don't want to fall ill this Christmas, then share a festive kiss but don't shake hands
132 Researchers discover protein that controls bone growth
133 Where the brain makes sense of speech
134 Microchip-based device can detect rare tumor cells in bloodstream
135 Sandia supercomputers offer new explanation of Tunguska disaster
136 Two years in space for Galileo satellite
137 Three-dimensional metamaterials for the optical wavelength range: towards optical cloaking
138 Scientists generate frequency comb with microresonators on a chip
139 The missing link between whales and their four-footed ancestors discovered
140 Top 10 Advances In Materials Science Over Last 50 Years
141 Nano Flakes May Revolutionize Solar Cells
142 Brain-injured War Veterans Show A Faster Decline In Cognitive Functioning As They Age
143 Virus Discovered Using Same Tools As Host Cell
144 Single Bone Mineral Density Test Predicts 'Silent' Spinal Fractures Years Later
145 Most Powerful Group Of Microscopes In The World
146 Neuroscience Discovery May Hold Key To Hearing Loss Remedy
147 Wild Chimpanzees Appear Not To Regularly Experience Menopause
148 Engineering Blood Vessels That Could Be Used In Human Body
149 Sperm's Immune-protection Properties Could Provide Link To How Cancers Spread
150 'Solar Flare' Detected From Star 150 Light Years Away
151 ES&T Comment: No new coal
152 Suggestion: Stop Improving. Why does every Mars mission have to be better than the last?
153 Future uncertain for transistor on 60th birthday
154 New Research Alters Concept Of How Circadian Clock Functions
155 Teenage risks, and how to avoid them
156 SunEdison Activates Largest US Photovoltaic Power Plant For Xcel Energy
157 Analysis: What did Bali achieve
158 Sandia Supercomputers Offer New Explanation Of Tunguska Disaster
159 Measuring The Density Of Ultra-Pure Water
160 NASA To Begin Testing Of Engine That Will Power Ares Rockets
161 Shot In The Dark Star Explosion Stuns Astronomers
162 Russian general says missiles could target US shield: report
163 China sets up key agency to manage oil reserves
164 Lockheed Martin And ATK Test New Propulsion Technologies For Navy Strategic Missiles
165 Unique Porous Copper Structure Enables New Generation Of Military Micro-Detonators
166 Virtual Extras
167 Part II: The Price of Biofuels
168 Circumventing Censorship
169 David Byrne and Thom Yorke on the Real Value of Music
170 David Byrne's Survival Strategies for Emerging Artists--and Megastars
171 Small Asteroids May Be More Dangerous Than Believed
172 One Upshot from the Energy Bill--Cheaper Small Cars
173 Chevron to jointly develop Chinese gas field
174 2007 stem cell breakthrough is 'like turning lead into gold'
175 Cloning companies set database to track animals
176 India tigers kill man reaching into cage
177 Fit for porpoise: tiny mammal was ancestor of cetaceans
178 US pushes Japan to halt whale hunt
179 Water vs. Land: NASA Weighs Landing Options for Orion Spacecraft
180 Powerful quake rattles Alaska's Aleutian Islands: USGS
181 Mountain West under snowy assault
182 Whales may have come from deer-like animal
183 Green tea may halve prostate cancer risk: Japanese study
184 Microchip Spots Stray Tumor Cells in the Bloodstream
185 Cancer Docs' Bedside Manner Often Lacks Empathy
186 Health Tip: Ear Infection May Not Need Antibiotic
187 The Tectonic Impact On Evolution
188 Virgin birth stem cells may offer tissue bank
189 Timing Blood Pressure Meds May Be Key
190 Navy Saves Gravely Ill Girl on Cruise
191 Fresh mad cow case in Canada
192 Green tea may cut prostate cancer risk: Japan study
193 Report: Coach Turned Holiday Display Into Porn
194 Minneapolis SWAT Team Raids Wrong House
195 Woman Found Dead in Crash Vehicle One Day After Son Was Extracted
196 Bride to Tie Knot in Toilet Paper Dress
197 Consumer Reports on iPhone; Apple snags another Delicious staffer
198 Mac OS X 10.5.2 to deliver sprawling list of fixes for Leopard
199 Mac users much more likely than PC users to pay for music--NPD
200 iPhone boosted by Avaya download
201 iPod touch teardown reveals hefty margins, no hidden Bluetooth
202 Quicken for iPhone
203 VW-Apple iCar Talks Stall
204 Apple TV leads the pack
205 iPod touch, iPhone very similar
206 Analyst Wu: 3G Apple iPhone concerns 'overdone and misplaced'
207 Apple Macintosh in the Enterprise: Hartford Hospital Stroke Center
208 Intuit fixes QuickBooks for Mac flaw
209 Chronos releases iClipboard 1.0--clipboard manager for Mac OS X Leopard
210 Apple's .Mac iDisk insecure via Web browser
211 Revenge of Apple TV--coming January 15th to a living room near you?
212 Chicago Tribune: Verizon's fake Apple iPhone, the LG Voyager, is clunky and second-rate
213 Beleaguered Palm misses estimates, forecasts wider losses as customers defect en masse
214 Wired's editor-in-chief ignorantly racks up big phone bill
215 Intuit offers iPhone-friendly Quicken for $3/month
216 Avaya one-X Mobile for iPhone transforms Apple's iconic device into full-fledged business tool
217 eWEEK's Most Important Products of 2007 includes Apple's iWork '08
218 NPD: Mac users significantly more likely to pay for music than Windows PC owners
219 Mac OS X 10.5.2 shaping up to be one of Apple's most massive OS updates ever
220 ZDNet forcing iPhone users to dumbed-down mobile website
221 iPowerRush extends battery life on iPhone, iPod
222 Vista, XP more secure than Mac in 2007?
223 Study: Mac users more honest than PC brethren
224 Ted Landau's User Friendly View--Apple 2007: What a year!
225 Guardian: Leopard is Nothing to Purr About
226 MacTech Publishes Major Report on Virtualization with Benchmarks
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