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1 Universe may disappear from view
2 Fungus eats radiation for breakfast
3 Dinosaur 'feathers' are no such thing
4 Captive shark had 'virgin birth'
5 In Pictures: Europe's threatened mammals
6 Temples of the whale
7 Exercise 'reverses' muscle ageing
8 Sony handheld to offer net calls
9 China abandons blog identity plan
10 Making plans for the web's future
11 YouTube founder's success secrets
12 Testing the limits of hard disk recovery
13 Adult-formed brain cells important for memory
14 High-salt diet link to ulcer risk
15 Kenyan smokers flock to toilets
16 South Africa's virginity testing
17 Bird watcher spots snail kite in S.C.
18 Study: Female sharks fertilize own eggs
19 New Summer Danger For Kids: Too Much Media
20 NYC's Yellow Cabs Going Green
21 Army: Privately-Sold Armor Failed Tests
22 New Treatments Battle Cellulite Bumps
23 Darth Vader's Psyche: What Went Wrong?
24 New Prostate Cancer Guidelines Released
25 Alzheimer's: An Epidemic: Diabetes, Herpes or Something Else?
26 Global warming blamed for Costa Rica frog die-offs
27 US hurricane forecasters urge safety on oil stockpiles
28 MySpace "fingers" website's sex offenders
29 Sharks 'give birth without mating'
30 Study: Sharks can have 'virgin births'
31 Female Shark Reproduced Without Male DNA, Scientists Say
32 Female Sharks Can Reproduce Alone, Researchers Find
33 Shark's virgin birth stuns scientists
34 U.S. House of Representatives pass I-SPY bill
35 House Passes Anti-Spyware Legislation
36 Google dons its Trends report with daily "Hot" topics
37 Cell-Phone Execs Expect Apple's iPhone to Shake Up Market
38 Apple's 5-year Deal With AT&T is Annoying, Strategic
39 AT&T eager to wield its iWeapon
40 IBM, Chartered, Samsung unite on chip development
41 IBM, Chartered, Samsung unite on 32 nanometer
42 IBM, partners tip 32-nm pact
43 IBM, Chartered Semi, Samsung Elec to expand technology agreement
44 IBM, Chartered, Samsung unite on chip development
45 Hewlett-Packard takes off on NASA contract
46 H-P Wins NASA Contract
47 HP wins big NASA contract
48 China Backs Off Bloggers
49 China Eases Real-Name Blog Effort
50 Study Shows Drop in Illegal Downloads Among Youth
51 Downturn in downloads, says BSA
52 Illegal downloading among Youth declines
53 Does a poor upbringing make you more left wing?
54 Is your name to blame for unhappiness?
55 Pill threat to wild fish
56 What Choices Do You Have If You're Taking Avandia?
57 Glaxo's Avandia Risks Prompt Doctors to Switch Drugs (Update6)
58 Check Out Grandma's Biceps!
59 Weight training reverses muscle aging: Study
60 Study shows resistance training makes muscles younger
61 Scientists hail the face creams that really hold back the wrinkles
62 Retinol reduces age-related wrinkles
63 'Miracle' cream: slap it on or apply with a pinch of salt?
64 Retinol May Smooth Aging Skin
65 Vitamin A creams remove wrinkles, research confirms
66 Vitamin A 'can work miracles on wrinkles'
67 Exercise reverses aging in human skeletal muscle
68 Canadian paper innovation holds promise for improved global health safety
69 Leading the fight against food poisoning
70 Pointing a finger at the source of fecal bacteria
71 Vaccine hope for malaria
72 Sheep offer model for undernourishment in pregnant teen girls
73 Scientists from the UGR are using olive stones to depollute industrial sewage water
74 Sexual orientation affects how we navigate and recall lost objects, but age just targets gender
75 UGA study reveals function of ubiquitous yet poorly understood microorganisms
76 A nurse makes the decision on who will live
77 Fragile X syndrome--A stimulating environment restores neuronal function in mice
78 New adult brain cells may be central to lifelong learning
79 Flaws in colonoscopies may increase risk of colon cancer
80 Bacteria show promise in fending off global amphibian killer
81 Resistance genes in our food supply
82 Nanotechnology requires immediate changes in EPA
83 Novel sugar-to-hydrogen technology promises transportation fuel independence
84 A new wrinkle in evolution--Man-made proteins
85 A close-up on pancreatic disease: How do we improve the odds?
86 A Brown Dwarf Joins the Jet-Set
87 Bronchial thermoplasty may allow severe asthma patients to wean off oral corticosteroids
88 Check and balance for neuron activity provides insight into schizophrenia, seizures
89 Panel offers guidelines on skin reactions to new class of cancer drugs
90 Same-day coronary angiography and surgery safe for many patients
91 New technique effective in closing accidental colonoscopy wounds
92 Psychological bullying hits just as hard
93 Advances in screening and markers improve early detection of colorectal cancer
94 System to pinpoint airline passengers who contaminate cabins
95 Immune Antibodies Penetrate Neurons to Clear Alzheimer's-Linked Amyloid
96 New research advances energy efficiency, safety and performance of public transit
97 Hydrogen breakthrough could open the road to carbon-free cars
98 Mid Sweden University leads development of digital color x-rays
99 New period pill approved
100 Blues haunts divorced men
101 Oestrogen sparks sex change
102 Malaria can be beaten
103 Pollution fuelling cancer
104 Incontinence ops weighed up
105 Apples for pregnant women
106 Bird flu beaten in birds?
107 Study: Your Personality Can Change (and Probably Should)
108 Corn Stalks Engineered to Self-Degrade into Fuel
109 Birds Relax in Tropics Like Humans
110 Virgin Shark Gives Birth
111 Physicists Predict the Death of Cosmology
112 Mystery of the Sargasso Sea Solved
113 Global Warming Threatens Whales, Report Warns
114 Constantly Colliding Clumps Found in Saturn's Rings
115 NYC's Taxi Fleet Going Green by 2012
116 New Buildings to Dance in the Wind
117 Physicists Predict the Death of Cosmology
118 Wild Potatoes and Peanuts Threatened
119 Smart Plane Technology Could Help Damaged Craft Fly Right
120 Ancient Climate Change Rocked Tibetan Cultures, Research Suggests
121 Cicadas as Food: Summer's Low-Fat Snack?
122 Fungi Gobble Radiation to Grow, Study Says
123 Video: Catching Mountain Lions in Colorado
124 Sex-Changing Chemicals Can Wipe Out Fish, Study Shows
125 Cicada Facts: Understanding the Invasion
126 Torrid hurricane season in store
127 Hungry fungi chomp on radiation
128 Bald dino casts doubt on feather theory
129 One-sixth of Europe's mammals face extinction
130 Tiny tubes set chemical reactions racing
131 Ancient gene kit came in handy for limbs
132 Bugs struck down by 'super-oxidised' water
133 Have hurricanes met their match in El Nino?
134 Radiation-loving fungi: the perfect space food?
135 Adult-formed brain cells important for memory
136 Network lets pilots fly in virtual formation
137 Mars rover's disability leads to major water discovery
138 UK backs new generation of nuclear reactors
139 Hurricane forecasters predict stormy season ahead
140 Sweden celebrates 300th birthday of Linnaeus
141 NASA develops 'smart' weather balloons for launch sites
142 Shark pup result of 'virgin birth'
143 Saturn's rings may be twice as massive as thought
144 Plant extract may block cannabis addiction
145 Did a comet wipe out prehistoric Americans?
146 Superconducting power line to shore up New York grid
147 Unmanned laser surveillance is millimetre perfect
148 One in six European mammals on the brink
149 New Genetic Data Overturn Long-held Theory of Limb Development
150 Pointing a Finger at the Source of Fecal Bacteria
151 Buffalo "City Girl" To Conduct Research in the Arctic
152 Helping Citizens Participate in Government Rule-Making
153 Sugar Can Fuel Tomorrow's Vehicles
154 System to Pinpoint Airline Passengers Who Contaminate Cabins
155 'Not So Fast, Supercomputers,' Say Software Programmers
156 Tropical Birds Have Slow Pace of Life Compared to Northern Species
157 Scientists Identify Second Sleep Gene
158 Botanist: Restore Fire-resistant Longleaf Pines, Get Clean Energy
159 Study Focuses on Only Carnivore with 'Fingerprints'
160 Biologist Hopes Mosquito Can Break Viral Chain
161 Medical, High-energy Physicists Aim to Improve PET
162 The 300th Birthday of the Man Who Organized All of Nature
163 N/A
164 Flat, Flexible, Wireless Power Source Can Go Anywhere
165 Global warming's impact on hurricanes more complex than thought
166 New genetic data overturn long-held theory of limb development
167 Did a comet hit the Great Lakes region and fragment human populations 12,900 years ago?
168 Tropical birds have slow pace of life compared to northern species, study finds
169 A brown dwarf joins the jet-set
170 Feathers fly over key evidence in the rise of dino-birds
171 Google backs biotech firm started by founder Sergey Brin's wife
172 Samsung ties up with four firms to develop 32nm technology
173 Study: Female Sharks Fertilize Own Eggs
174 Researchers discover 'radiation-eating' fungi
175 Novel sugar-to-hydrogen technology promises transportation fuel independence
176 Exercise reverses aging in human skeletal muscle
177 A new wrinkle in evolution--Man-made proteins
178 'Not so fast, supercomputers,' say software programmers
179 Nanoparticles Delivery of 'Suicide DNA' Kills Prostate Tumors
180 Hate Your Cell Company? Start Your Own
181 Pure Oxygen Is Bad for Your Brain
182 Evaluating Multiple Biomarkers With Quantum Dots
183 Medical, high-energy physicists collaborate to improve PET scans
184 Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, father of liquid crystal display, dies at 74
185 Gamma-ray bursts active longer than thought
186 China and Russia aiming for Mars
187 Pointing a finger at the source of fecal bacteria
188 Ground-based observatories join forces with Venus Express
189 Scientists to Study Flow of Contaminants
190 Q: How Can I Protect Gadgets on Beach?
191 US crackdown raises odds for Internet gambling
192 McAfee Unleashes 'Fastest Ever' 10GigE Network IPS
193 System to pinpoint airline passengers who contaminate cabins
194 Chinese Rules Would Keep Blog Registry
195 Korean phone firm gets fishermen hooked
196 U.S. electric vehicle research funded
197 Biometrics researchers report on facial recognition technology
198 Stem cells may look malignant, not act it
199 Study reveals function of ubiquitous yet poorly understood microorganisms
200 Bacteria show promise in fending off global amphibian killer
201 How young adults cope with employment uncertainty
202 When lava flows and glaciers recede, predicting how species take over
203 Cannibalism of the young allows individual fish to specialize
204 Japanese scientists explore pluripotency
205 Mother birds 'engineer' their offspring
206 Tomato-Killing Virus Detected in Calif.
207 Mayday 23: World Population Becomes More Urban Than Rural
208 DNA clues to inform conservation in Africa
209 Group: European Mammals Face Extinction
210 Bird Watcher Spots Snail Kite in S.C.
211 Follow the 'Green' Brick Road?
212 Century of Plastic Celebrated in London
213 Smokies to Rid Areas of Nonnative Plants
214 Sexual orientation affects how we navigate and recall lost objects, but age just targets gender
215 For sleep-deprived memory loss, look to the visual system
216 Immune antibodies penetrate neurons to clear Alzheimer's-linked amyloid
217 New adult brain cells may be central to lifelong learning
218 Botulism bug has few genome wrinkles
219 Fragile X syndrome--A stimulating environment restores neuronal function in mice
220 Psychological bullying hits just as hard
221 Study identifying alteration in gene associated with uterine cancer
222 Vaccine hope for malaria
223 Mid Sweden University leads development of digital color x-rays
224 Check and balance for neuron activity provides insight into schizophrenia, seizures
225 A nurse makes the decision on who will live
226 U.S. solar energy research projects funded
227 U.S. electric vehicle research funded
228 Combo therapy found effective in malaria
229 New sugar-to-hydrogen technology proposed
230 FDA approves continuous contraceptive
231 Nanotechnology used in plant biology
232 Did A Comet Hit Great Lakes Region, Fragment Human Populations, 12,900 Years Ago?
233 Exercise Reverses Aging In Human Skeletal Muscle
234 Biologist Hopes Mosquito Can Break Viral Chain
235 No Sex Please, We're Female Sharks
236 Scientists Evolve New Proteins From Scratch
237 Family Favorite? Parents And Siblings See Imbalances In Parents' Attention Differently
238 NOAA Predicts Above Normal 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season
239 Parkinson's Protein Protects Neurons From Stress-induced Cell Death
240 Sexual Orientation Affects How We Navigate And Recall Lost Objects, According To Study
241 Ethanol 'Leftover' Has Weed-Fighting Potential
242 Reason For Mammals' Aging Lies In The Brain
243 Stopping The Spreading Of Tumours: A Possible New Therapy
244 Wearable Technology Helps Monitor Mental Illness
245 HIV's Effect On White Blood Cells Questioned By New Research
246 When Is A Cup Of Tea A Pharmaceutical?
247 Crusts From The Tower Of London Suggest Yellowing In The Future
248 New Substance Has Characteristics Of Superconductors And Lasers
249 Patient's Own Platelets May Speed Up Skin Wound Healing
250 Chemotherapy Drug Shrinks Brain Tumors
251 Diamonds tell tale of comet that killed off the cavemen
252 Inventor's claim to fame
253 Headaches have themselves
254 Scientists to fight global warming with plankton
255 What's in a Name? The Future of Life
256 Order Is in the Eye of the Tagger
257 Organizing the World in the Age of DNA
258 Growing the Tree of Life
259 Brain 'Pacemaker' Tickles Your Happy Nerve
260 Hack My Son's Computer, Please
261 Military Dragged Feet on Bomb-Proof Vehicles (Updated Again)
262 Copy-Protection Game Changes From Whac-A-Mole to Keep Away
263 Acoustic "Device" or Acoustic Weapon? (Updated)
264 $99 Linux PC Offered With Online Storage Plan
265 An Easy Way to Boost Auto-Focus?
266 Dappled Photography: Mask Enhanced Cameras for...Refocusing
267 Offshore oil and hurricanes: Deeper may mean riskier
268 Catastrophic Comet Chilled and Killed Ice Age Beasts
269 Finger Length Predicts SAT Performance
270 NASA Adds Docking Capability For Next Space Observatory
271 Tiger population lower than believed
272 India tiger numbers far lower than thought--experts
273 New frog species found in Thailand
274 Feathers fly over key evidence in the rise of dino-birds
275 US carbon-dioxide emissions fell 1.3 percent in 2006
276 Million dollar prize aims to lure new cancer ideas
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