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1 Frescoes from Pompeii Back on Display in Rome
2 Japan to Drop Humpback Whale Hunt
3 Push to get consumers to pick BlackBerrys pays off
4 Bill Gates buys stake in Mexican brewer Femsa
5 Asteroid May Hit Mars in Next Month
6 Interactive consoles get kids off the couch
7 Thanks from Orbit
8 Felon Became COO of Wikipedia Foundation
9 Dangerous Diabetes: Affliction of the Stars
10 Single brain cell's power shown
11 Should you get paid to Facebook?
12 Japan changes track on whaling
13 Ancient ship raised from S China Sea
14 Ariane rocket ends 2007 on high
15 Beetles and dinos living together
16 Not one but 'six giraffe species'
17 Scientists say asteroid may hit Mars
18 Nuns Leave Their Brains To Science
19 698-Pound Man Dies After Stomach Surgery
20 Food Bank Shelves Going Bare At Holidays
21 Is EPA Playing Dirty With Clean Air Law?
23 Months After Mummy Claim, DNA Still Lags
24 The Heat Is On In 2007
25 Schwarzenegger vs. the Feds
26 Asteroid Could Strike Mars in Early 2008
27 Big asteroid on collision course with Mars
28 Planetary News: Near Earth Objects (2007)
29 Google's DoubleClick Deal Brings Greater Focus on Privacy
30 Microsoft Shares Windows Secrets with Samba
31 Egypt's mummy researchers waiting on DNA
32 Months After Mummy Claim, DNA Still Lags
33 Game Store Caught Scalping Wiis on Ebay
34 Slackers employees explain Wii scalping business
35 Officer uses Taser to tame Best Buy customer
36 Fla. Officer Shocks Woman Yelling at Her
37 Prep your sacrificial goat: Winter solstice is here
38 What is Winter Solstice?
39 FDA renews alert on painkiller patch
40 WHO Says Spread of Bird Flu Among Humans Limited
41 Indonesia rules out bird flu cluster after tests
42 'Lab-On-a-Chip' May Improve Cancer Detection
43 Microchip Spots Stray Tumor Cells in the Bloodstream
44 Microfluidic Chip Snags Cancer Cells
45 Sick to Your Stomach? You're Not Alone
46 Incidents Of Stomach Virus Spike In NYC
47 Youngest liver transplant recipient now healthy 21-year-old
48 Research on how plants transport sugars could be of critical importance in era of global warming
49 Major international study warns global warming is destroying coral reefs and calls for 'drastic actions'
50 Seeking to create better drugs, researchers chip away at how tuberculosis survives inside human defense cells
51 Scoring system identifies MDS patients who have low-risk disease but a poor prognosis
52 Family Environment Critical To Child's IQ
53 Detecting Cattle Disease Before Physical Signs Appear
54 Arecibo Gets Back to Work, Spies Potential Geminid Parent
55 Researchers Prove How Plants Transport Sugars
56 Major Study Concludes That Global Warming Is Killing Off Coral
57 Seeking Clues to How Tuberculosis Infects Cells
58 Mars Rovers Find New Evidence of 'Habitable Niche'
59 No Joke, Bulb Change Is Challenge for U.S.
60 The Recalls' Aftershocks
61 Mars Shot Is Put Off for 2 Years, NASA Says
62 To Dismay of Inspectors, Prowling Cats Keep Rodents on the Run at City Delis
63 Budget Cuts Will Mean Layoffs at Fermilab
64 Everyday Items, Complex Chemistry
65 Users Left in Lurch by Network Shutdown
66 'Kind and Gentle' Molecular Machine Could Operate at Near-Equilibrium
67 Ariane 5 rockets puts Africa's first satellite into space
68 Web Site Reuniting Gloves Makes Matches
69 Technology Unites Kin, GIs on Holidays
70 Army Contractor iRobot Wins Patent Suits
71 Months After Mummy Claim, DNA Still Lags
72 China Raises 800-Year-Old Sunken Ship
73 Judge Overturns Maine Law on Rx Data
74 HIV women forced into sex for treatment in India: report
75 Could butter substitute make cooks sick?
76 698-Pound Man Dies After Stomach Surgery
77 EU commissioner warns against buying 'cheap and tacky' toys
78 Mars Rovers Find New Evidence Of 'Habitable Niche'
79 Astronomers Monitor Asteroid To Pass Near Mars
80 Protein That Controls Bone Growth Discovered
81 Neuronal Circuits Able To Rewire On The Fly To Sharpen Senses
82 Imaging Procedures For Diagnosing Blood Clots In The Lung Examined
83 Milky Way Galaxy Wears Two Halos Of Stars
84 Twin Study Indicates Genetic Basis For Processing Faces, Places
85 Surgery Without Stitches: Bio-film From Crab Shells Seals Surgical Wounds
86 Infants Fine-Tune Visual, Auditory Skills In First Year
87 Are You An Impulse Shopper?
88 DNA-protein Complex Crucial To Spread Of Antibiotic Resistance Among Bacteria Solved
89 Putting The Brakes On Bike Thieves: System Alerts Security If Someone Takes Your Bike
90 No evidence surgical masks protect against flu: health agency
91 Time is running out--literally, says scientist
92 Brought on by darkness, seasonal disorder needs light
93 Top 25 Science Stories of 2007
94 News Bytes of the Week--Bell tolls for 100-watt light bulb [et al.]
95 For the Holidays: Good Things Come in Virtual Packages
96 A New Way to Help Networks Handle Ever-Heavier Data Loads
97 Signaling Neurons Make Neighbor Cells "Want In"
98 Credit Due: Was Sir Fred Hoyle Foiled--By Himself?
99 Evolving Bigger Brains through Cooking: A Q&A with Richard Wrangham
100 Parents Say Safety is Primary Reason for Cell Phones for Kids; Kids ROFL
101 Triple Merger Of Galaxies Looks Like A 'Cosmic Tinkerbell'
102 Asteroid nears Mars at 8 miles per second
103 What is the secret of the Pit of Bones?
104 The True Origin of Santa Claus
105 Tobacco and poverty drive cancer in developing world
106 Nuns Leave Their Brains to Science
107 How a Linux Download Topped YouTube's Hit List
108 China raises sunken merchant ship after 800 years
109 Chinese police dog may teach pandas to fight
110 New Species Found in Mysteriously Diverse Jungle
111 Australia welcomes Japan whaling U-turn but lodges protest
112 Russian Trash Ship Casts Off from Space Station
113 Months after mummy claim, DNA still lags
114 Vic duck hunt cancelled
115 Snake handler bitten by pet python
116 'Death Star' discovery intrigues astronomers
117 Italian research pins down pinot noir's genes
118 GM bananas could solve panama plight
119 Japan's defence minister braces for aliens
120 Speared man unearthed after 4,000 years
121 China Raises 800-Year-Old Sunken Ship
122 Asteroid May Smash Into Mars
123 Lobsters a Model for New X-ray Device
124 ConAgra Pulls Popcorn Chemical
125 Common Cold Mutates, Becomes Stronger
126 The Lost Fort of Columbus
127 Skeleton find points to ancient murder
128 Reindeer: It's What Was For Dinner
129 World-first operation saves boy's sight
130 Skeleton find points to ancient murder
131 Appeal to put human life before sharks
132 During first whaling war, we were the aggressors
133 Wolf Boy on the loose
134 Confusing sandwich coupon
135 Web Zen: bacon zen
136 Carpet with built-in cable conduit
137 New Disneyland monorails
138 Woman ticketed after goats caught mating
139 'Bioplastic' may become third option to paper or plastic
140 A primer on biodegradable plastics
141 Time to call it a wrap for wrapping paper?
142 Glacier's Melting Threatens Chinese Village's Future
143 'Toilet to Tap' Planned for Orange County Water
144 Iceland Seeks to Restore Forests
145 China's 'Sun King' Aims to Lead Shift to Solar Power
146 New Clean Coal Plant Could Power 150,000 Homes by 2015
147 Satellite to Measure Rain From Space, Outsmart Your Weatherman
148 The Ethanol Fallacy: Op-Ed