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1 Oldest black hole ever found
2 Plastics expert honoured for scar research
3 Success for Mars rover bag test
4 Shuttle docks with space station
5 In graphics: Space Station
6 Looking for clues in the ivory jungle
7 Shaping your place in posterity
8 China hospitals using "fake plasma" drip
9 First zero emission home unveiled
10 Fears over child epilepsy drugs
11 Better ear implant hope for deaf
12 DIY Small Towns Hook Up To The WWW
13 Beluga Moved To Tacoma, Wash., Aquarium
14 Track Star's Death Blamed On Pain Cream
15 Troops Struggle With Finding Therapists
16 Repairs may loom for Atlantis
17 In-orbit repair considered for Atlantis
18 Report: U.S. backs Microsoft against Google complaint
19 Google this: Who's the worst invader of privacy?
20 Four big "ifs" of iPhone
21 A genuine disadvantage
22 Mac vs. PC cost analysis: How does it all add up?
23 A Windows expert opts for a Mac life
24 A Windows expert opts for a Mac life, Part 2
25 Windows expert to Redmond: Buh-bye
26 Xandros Doubts Microsoft's Linux Patent Claim
27 Is the ZFS File System Apple's Secret Weapon?
28 HK experts warn against "herbal" slimming products
29 FAQ: Is ZFS Apple's secret weapon?
30 On ZFS As The Default File System In Leopard
31 US scientists predict Alzheimer's 'epidemic'
32 Vitamin D prevents cancer
33 Call the Doctor
34 Risk Inherent Part Of Organ Transplant Process
35 No License to Overindulge
36 Health experts want trans fats to be eliminated from food
37 Wii warning: Watch for 'Wiiitis'
38 Breakthrough developments in rheumatoid arthritis reported
39 Stroke study sheds light on left-right brain divide
40 Simple test predicts 6-year risk of dementia
41 Drug slows and may halt Parkinson's disease
42 Oxygen trick could see organic costs tumble
43 Sick dinosaurs arched necks near death
44 Sawfish protection acquires teeth
45 Diagnosis by computer statistics
46 Musicians allowed to take a bow
47 Google ranked 'worst' on privacy
48 Japanese MP opens cyber office
49 Drug offers hope for Parkinson's
50 Napoleon sword sells for millions
51 Naked riders promote pedal power
52 Public 'unaware' of food origins
53 Wheelchair man gets highway ride
54 Living in a box
55 ASK DR. KNOWLEDGE: Can you explain paper cuts? Why don't they always happen?
56 Research findings could alter debate on death penalty
57 Evolution and dissent
58 Have QWERTY, Will Travel
59 To Avoid Arthritis, Start When Young
60 French Say 'Non' to U.S. Disclosure of Secret Satellites
61 African American Seeks to Prove A Genetic Link to James Madison
62 Spacewalking astronauts to install new station unit
63 Privacy group demands apology from Google
64 Lights! Camera! Apple!
65 More movies on the way to iTunes Store?
66 Apple Readying iTunes Movie Rental Service
67 Hollywood studios in video talks with Apple
68 Movie studios fear the sequel to iPod
69 Apple Rental Ambitions Target Pay-Per-View
70 Get ready for the summer of Apple
71 IPhone likely to aid trend
72 LEOPARD POUNCES: The new upgrade for the Mac OS will be showcased at a conference for Apple's third-party developers.
73 OS X Upgrade, IPhone May Boost Mac Sales
74 Google complains over Vista software
75 Adobe Renames Apollo Software 'Adobe AIR'
76 Adobe's AIR is RIA-lly good
77 Adobe App Dev Tools Go Beta
78 Adobe releases beta versions of its Apollo and Flex tools
79 Now you see it, now you don't
80 Commentary: Peek-A-Google
81 WiTricity: Transmitting Electricity Wirelessly
82 Electro-nirvana? Not so fast
83 Parallels, Fusion and Boot Camp just part of Mac's magic
84 Depression-osteoporosis link still unclear
85 Virtualisation to cut cost of hosted services
86 VMware Fusion Beta 4 Works with Boot Camp
87 Desktop virtualisation gathers momentum
88 Microsoft pulls virtualisation features
89 Dino Detectives Decode Death Dance
90 Dinosaur deaths: meteor, climate or suffocation?
91 Study: Dinosaurs' Dying Moments Deserve Another Look
92 User data attached to Apple iTunes songs raises concerns
93 Why an iTunes track record needs to finish with a coder
94 Common Blood Pressure Drug Could One Day Slow Or Halt Parkinson's
95 Drug offers new hope for tackling Parkinson's
96 Blood pressure drug may help stall Parkinson's say researchers
97 Blood pressure drug also 'rejuvenates brain' in Parkinson's
98 Test drug seen as best hope in decades for tackling Parkinson's
99 Home Visits by Researchers Would Boost Alzheimer's Trials
100 Clinical trials in Alzheimer's aimed at slowing progression
101 Better Education Spurs Alzheimer's Patients to Try Risky Treatments
102 Vitamin D hailed for prevention
103 Study "Halves" India's HIV Rate
104 Indonesia finds asymptomatic H5N1-infected poultry
105 Hand Washing Reduces Hospital Infections
106 Carnegie Mellon scientists devise method to increase kidney transplants
107 U-M researchers discover gene switched off in cancer can be turned on
108 Rutgers Study Shows Avian Influenza on People's Minds
109 Gabapentin Shown Effective for Fibromyalgia Pain
110 'Lucky 13' as new gene discovery offers further hope for childhood blindness
111 Rising skin cancer rates are more likely to affect wealthy people, says 12-year review
112 Breakthrough developments in rheumatoid arthritis reported
113 A daily dose of pistachios offers potential heart health benefits
114 Migration alert--How tumor cells home in on the lymphatic system
115 Tumor vessels identified by unique molecular markers
116 Sleep Slide-Rule improves children's understanding of the importance of sleep
117 Children with sleep disorder symptoms are more likely to have trouble academically
118 Sleep problems may affect a person's diet
119 Sleep deprivation affects eye-steering coordination when driving
120 CPAP improves sleep in patients with Alzheimer's disease, sleep-related breathing disorder
121 Food safety begins as vegetables grow
122 Researchers shed light on shrinking of chromosomes
123 Drug slows and may halt Parkinson's disease
124 Early Europeans Practiced Human Sacrifice
125 Anger Fuels Better Decisions
126 Science of Road Rage Revealed
127 Trickle of Planet Discoveries Becomes a Flood
128 TV Cameras Monitor Workers
129 Death Penalty Saves Lives
130 Blackout Leaves Roller Coaster Riders Dangling Upside-Down
131 Boy Discovers Rare Blue-Eyed Cicada
132 Scientists mourn devastation of Valley of Geysers
133 Is this Chaucer's astrolabe?
134 Space station to get new solar arrays during spacewalk
135 Hypertension drug protects against Parkinson's
136 'Nuclear winter' is still a threat to be avoided
137 The Woes of Kilimanjaro: Don't Blame Global Warming
138 Conservation of Leatherback Sea Turtles the Focus of Special Issue
139 Competition, Loss of Selfishness Mark Shift to Supersociety
140 Geographer Designs Computer Model to Predict Crowd Behavior
141 Both Sides Say Project Is Pivotal Issue for Brazil
142 Taking On Alzheimer's
143 Professor proposes theory of unparticle physics
144 Report: China Starts Dam Generator
145 New drive to give Indian computer nerds social skills
146 Fungus is world's largest living organism
147 Oxygen trick could see organic costs tumble
148 Test drug seen as best hope in decades for tackling Parkinson's
149 HPV virus linked to breast cancer
150 Breakthrough developments in rheumatoid arthritis reported
151 Stroke study sheds light on left-right brain divide
152 Researchers Find Potential New Target For Type 2 Diabetes
153 New spectroscopy calibration tools created
154 New bacterium is discovered
155 Genes linked to rheumatoid arthritis found
156 Embryonic stem cells created without eggs
157 World's endangered monuments are listed
158 Drug may halt Parkinson's disease
159 Agonized Death Throes Probable Cause Of Open-mouthed, Head-back Pose Of Many Dinosaur Fossils
160 Unexplained Late-life Weight Loss May Be Early Predictor Of Alzheimer's Disease
161 Alcohol Injections For Common Cause Of Foot Pain Highly Successful
162 What's Going On In The Body? Advanced Time-of-flight PET Takes A Superior 'Look'
163 Dietary Preferences And Patterns May Be Linked To Genes
164 Ancient DNA Traces Woolly Mammoth's Disappearance
165 Iron Fertilization Of Oceans: A Real Option For Carbon Dioxide Reduction?
166 Finding Protection From Tumor Growth In Unexpected Places
167 Professor Makes Case For Ethically Universal Stem Cell Lines
168 A flat-footed hero [ed: Einstein Biography]
169 The Psychology of Fatherhood
170 Heavyweight From the Distant Past
171 The Viability Of Methane-Producing Microorganisms In Simulated Martian Soils
172 Push-Button Climate Modeling Now Available
173 ESA Water Mission Instrument Passes Test Program
174 New Screening Method To Help Find Better Biofuel Crops
175 Plastic That Heals Itself
176 Greener Jet Fuel
177 Pay by Voice
178 Triumph of the Wii: How Fun Won Out in the Console Wars
179 A Shocking Idea: Nerves Might Run on Sound, Not Electricity
180 Wired Science Wonders 003: David Brin
181 WWDC: 2007 Live!
182 See All Your Co-Workers' Flaws in HD With Telepresence
183 Philip K. Dick Goes Legit With Library of America Canon
184 Researchers Explore "the Belly of the Beast" of Antibiotic Resistance
185 Why You May Not Want An iPhone
186 In Pictures: Why You Don't Want An iPhone
187 Auditory Implant Could Revolutionize Hearing Aid
188 iShave Solves a Hairy Problem
189 Jobs' Keynote "Leaked," Reads Fake
190 Rifle Barrel Becomes Bugle
191 Astronauts hit snag before 1st spacewalk
192 Scientists get down and dirty on job
193 Trickle of Planet Discoveries Becomes a Flood
194 Apple in studio talks over online film rental
195 Trade banned for endangered sawfish
196 Army poised for action against wild animals
197 South Korean cloning scientist looking overseas: report
198 Anger Fuels Better Decisions
199 EU to restrict bluefin tuna fishing
200 Eritrean custom stronger than law on cutting girls
201 Home Visits by Researchers Would Boost Alzheimer's Trials
202 FDA sees suicidal behavior with Sanofi drug
203 Heart Disease a Risk Factor for Alzheimer's
204 New Techniques Could Spot Alzheimer's Early
205 Sunscreens--and ratings--may improve