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1 Native plants could bounce back, or disappear
2 Biofuels pose risks, U.N. reports
3 Birds' flight techniques are not for the bats, study finds
4 Ancient eruptions of carbon dioxide traced to oceans
5 Gene fixes heart damage in mice
6 Stem cells apparently repair tissue
7 Theodore H. Maiman, 79; scientist built the first laser
8 Sake may power cars in the future
9 Driver loses licence after drink with instructor & other "Quirkies"
10 Breast tumour drug target found
11 Meet The Women Of Mercury 13
12 Turtle Tries To Lay Eggs Near NYC Rink
13 Scientists Monitor Undersea Volcano
14 Scientists ID Proteins Implicated in Huntington's Disease
15 Hunting Down Protein Interactions Behind Huntington's Disease
16 Humor helps make simple science fun
17 Q&A with Natalie Angier
18 Creating a canon for science
19 No winners in NASA's moon-dirt digging competition
20 Website catalogues creatures great and small
21 Apple, others given notice over alleged DMCA gaps
22 Red Hat Shuns 'Windows Clone' Model for Global Desktop
23 Fish Virus Found in Lake Winnebago System
24 Fish found in Little Lake Butte des Morts with deadly VHS virus
25 Deadly fish virus in state
26 County to pay up after quarantine mistake
27 Westchester to Pay Woman in False TB Scare
28 Experts tally Iraq war's health cost
29 Town shows fighting obesity can take a village
30 It Takes a Village to Keep Kids Slim
31 Fat on the inside?
32 Confirmed--deforestation plays critical climate change role
33 Climate swings have brought great CO2 pulses up from the deep sea
34 Study tracking broken hearts
35 Patching a hole in the heart
36 Skin patch for Parkinson's
37 Bacteria to target cancer
38 Protein may help out brain
39 The face, not the body, attracts a mate
40 Alzheimer's drug offers hope for stroke sufferers
41 Carbon offset cash-in questioned
42 Decimation of Bee Colonies Has Various Possible Causes
43 SKorea's LG Philipps develops first A4 colour e-paper
44 Hacking Citibank's Virtual Keyboard
45 British firm makes vaccine to curb high blood pressure: paper
46 50 snails shot into space
47 Deciding When To Have A Child, If Ever: The Impacts Later In Life
48 Simpler Way To Counter Global Warming Explained
49 Wetter Report: New Approach To Testing Surface Adhesion
50 Supercomputer Shows That Nanolayers Have Turning Sense
51 Mysteries And Surprises In Quantum Physics
52 Skin Patch Tests May Miss Patients Allergic To Common Fragrance
53 Big Chain Restaurants' New Small Portions
54 New Clues on What Causes Migraines
55 Free-Internet plan gets S.F. controller's office OK
56 Gmail users are young, hip, richer
57 Online ads versus privacy
58 Luxury Hotel For Pets Opens In San Francisco
59 Betty takes out $12m insurance on smile
60 Plan to save water by fixing old pipes
61 Penguin strays 5000km to Peru
62 Star born at dawn of time
63 $750m plan a source of anxiety over tapping aquifer for Perth
64 What happens to people when they get old? Preschoolers Thoughts on Aging
65 The First Bigfoot Porn Film
66 Pigeon webcam dynamically adds virtual fez: instant shrinerfication
67 Inside the Hobbit House
68 Stupid Crimes and Misdemeanors
69 Get your new nose NOW, with DIY cosmetic surgery--only $7.50
70 Evicted: Berkeley's Shipyard maker community
71 Save The Shipyard
72 Sat nav driver's car hit by train
73 Web Zen: breakfast zen
74 More Evidence For Brain Regeneration From Electro-Shock Treatment
75 Gene Mutation Responsible For Human Intelligence Tracked Down?
76 Food For Thought