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1 Pluto gets a kicking, again
2 Perfect spheres to redefine the kilogram
3 Huge Swiss tunnel opens in Alps
4 Wonders bid for heritage status
5 Arctic ice no barrier for plants
6 Pluto status suffers another blow
7 Feeling the pinch of compact cities
8 'Man in black' fights for Cameroon apes
9 The Tech Lab: Dave Winer
10 New species of tree discovered
11 Angry eBay pulls Google adverts
12 London leads in city wi-fi race
13 River blindness resistance fears
14 US diet pill 'suicide risk' fears
15 'Aftershave drink' kills Russians
16 Kacey's weight went off the scale
17 Drink headache plagues Russia
18 Tracking babies' life chances
19 Atlantis Mission Proceeds Amid Glitches
20 Texas Nabs Predators On MySpace
21 NASA: Space Station Woes Almost Fixed
22 Tired Of Gridlock? Pay More Tolls
23 Better Pictures On Camera Phones?
24 All About Alli, The Weight Loss Pill
25 8% Of Sweet Dreams Are Made Of These
26 DNA Decoding Landmark
27 3 Hepatitis C Cases Linked To NYC Doctor
28 Colgate: Low Risk From Counterfeits
29 Drug Resistant River Blindness Found
30 Radiotherapy Error Could Affect Hundreds
31 You Fomalhaut to Be Here?
32 Mixed results in Russian computer restart attempts
33 Spacewalkers to Repair Shuttle Blanket, Wrangle Solar Wing
34 The grind's almost over to forge two perfect balls
35 Your Genome is Really, Really, REALLY Complicated
36 CSHL scientists successfully target tumor microenvironment to stop cancer growth
37 Cancer stem cells similar to normal stem cells can thwart anti-cancer agents
38 Tech researchers help find new sub-atomic particle--shollis
39 University of Colorado invention may allow thirsty crops to signal farmers
40 Marine phytoplankton changes form to protect itself from different predators
41 Fruit Bats are not 'Blind as a Bat'
42 Recycling is not enough--we need to consume less
43 Research finds that circadian rhythms dominate all life functions
44 St. Jude study yields secrets of chromosome movement
45 Microbes at work cleaning up the environment
46 Nano technique allows precise injection of living cells
47 Infectious diseases experts issue blueprint to avert
48 Increased alcohol intake associated with decreased risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis
49 Smoking, low levels of education and glucose tolerance increase risk of rheumatoid arthritis
50 Longer term breast feeding protects mother from risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis
51 New survey uncovers how insomnia affects job performance and safety
52 Colon cancer proteins show promise for blood test
53 No Fix Yet for Space Station Computers
54 State employee names, personal info lost in theft
55 Apple Safari for Windows beta review
56 Apple's Safari for Windows wins first battle in browser war
57 Safari for Windows main problem? Mac cultists
58 Bird numbers plummeting
59 Pluto moves farther down the chain of planets
60 New Kodak Sensor Pulls Colors Out of the Shadows
61 New Kodak Sensors See Well in Dark
62 Kodak In Focus With New Technology
63 Okla. Prepares to Unearth '57 Plymouth
64 Crowd Waits to See Buried 1957 Belvedere
65 Intel Bangs the Itanium Drum, Draws Out Roadmap
66 Intel's many-core version of Itanium to skip 45nm
67 Intel to employ advanced technology on server chips
68 Intel tips new details on Itanium
69 YouTube to test technology that removes pirated video
70 Cheers as scramjet flies into the blue
71 Scramjet hits Mach 10
72 Jet engine tested at 10 times speed of sound
73 Lyme disease on the rise
74 Lyme disease cases double in U.S.: CDC
75 Women Dreaming of Sex More Often
76 Sexy Dreams Are No Rarity
77 Science wakes up to women's sex dreams
78 States vary dramatically in health care: report
79 Commonwealth Fund Study Rates States on 32 Measures of Cost, Health Insurance Coverage, Medical Quality
80 FACTBOX-Bird flu's spread around the globe
81 Scientists discover gene linked to breast cancers
82 Older Antifungal Still a Good Choice Against Tough Infections
83 New antifungal drug Eraxis 'not inferior'--study
84 Study: New Pfizer Drug No Better Than Old
85 8% of dreams about sex
86 Married men live longer
87 Puzzles boost your brain
88 Total health U-turns do work
89 Sleep late, get jet lag
90 Major genetics breakthrough
91 Eye protein may fight MS
92 Study: Circumcision Removes Most Sensitive Parts
93 Environmentally Friendly New Jet Planned
94 Family Guy: Today's Father Can't Win
95 Study: Smart Prey Punishes the Population
96 Lizards 'Dress' Young For Success
97 Mysterious Bee Deaths Linked to Pesticides
98 Kellogg Bows to Pressure: Cereal Nutrition to Improve
99 Scorching Summers in Store for Mediterranean
100 The Origin of Father's Day
101 Why Men Ignore Their Wives
102 Convention protects corals; not dogfish
103 Will China's captive-bred pandas survive?
104 Watching virus behaviour could keep PCs healthy
105 CITES deal wins reprieve for elephants
106 Russians still battling to fix space station glitches
107 Power-generating buoys shelter in the deep
108 Scramjet hits Mach 10 over Australia
109 Cologne and cleaning agents: Russia's killer drinks
110 Intensive farming of tequila plant harming biodiversity
111 Researcher Publishes Book on Genetic Research and Evolution
112 Improving and Restoring Working Landscapes
113 Book Makes Case for Using Evolution in Everyday Life
114 Reduced Emissions Required to Avoid Dangerous Heat Stress
115 Scientists Simulate the Effects of Blowing Mars Dust on NASA's Phoenix Lander, Due for August Launch
116 A Possible Mechanistic Link Between Stress and the Development of Alzheimer Tangles
117 Nano Technique Allows Precise Injection of Living Cells
118 Single-Celled Transformers
119 Computer models suggest planetary and extrasolar planet atmospheres
120 Scientists ponder plant life on extrasolar Earthlike planets
121 Super resolution phase measurements--without entanglement
122 Russia offers repairs for ISS computer woes
123 Study: Avoiding Predators Has Its Price
124 'Spinplasmonics': Researchers create new nanotechnology field
125 Exploring the Dark Matter of the Genome
126 In nature, proteins sweep up nanoparticles
127 Amazon Won't Profit From 'Harry Potter'
128 Machines and their makers battle at robot 'Olympics'
129 Reduced greenhouse gas emissions required to avoid dangerous increases in heat stress
130 Microbes at work cleaning up the environment
131 Better insight into brain anatomical structures
132 Russians blame NASA for computer failure
133 Astronomers discover a stellar puzzle
134 Scientists simulate effects of blowing Mars dust
135 Mediterranean faces dangerous heat
136 California company fined for pollution
137 New server brings easy 'blade' approach to small business
138 EBay pulls ads from Google after corporate spat
139 Toshiba Develops 60GHz Receiver Technology Using CMOS Device
140 Security breach at Los Alamos
141 Hewlett-Packard 'e-cyclers' Internet-age gold miners
142 Data on 64,000 Ohio State Workers Stolen
143 Samsung Opens Largest Wafer Plant In Austin, Texas
144 Adobe Bullish About Summer Sales
145 7 Sex Offenders Who Use MySpace Arrested
146 China, U.S. to Step Up Anti-Piracy Work
147 Overcoming the fear of hiring employees
148 Researchers track snakes to study populations, behavior
149 Researchers analyze 'Africa effect,' the slow growth of some economies
150 GE eucalyptus tree investigation urged
151 Asian bees threaten Australia
152 Image of Minotaur labyrinth found
153 Florida to stop allowing tortoise kills
154 Judge says farmed fish can't be counted
155 MIT model compares environmental, economic effects of emissions bills
156 No Quick Answer in Whale Shark Death
157 Rainfall Boosts Tick Population in Okla.
158 New drug resistance found in river blindness
159 Daughters change dads' thinking
160 Parasitic worm causes woman to fall sick...27 years later
161 Breastfeeding reduces arthritis risk
162 Cancer stem cells similar to normal stem cells can thwart anti-cancer agents
163 Pancreatic Cancer Surgery Overlooked
164 Study yields secrets of chromosome movement
165 A possible mechanistic link between stress and the development of Alzheimer tangles
166 Colon cancer proteins show promise for blood test
167 Scientists successfully target tumor microenvironment to stop cancer growth
168 Blood Pressure Drug May Help Stall Parkinson's
169 Scientists Solve Genome Of Promising Marine Organism
170 Bacteria Ferry Nanoparticles Into Cells For Early Diagnosis, Treatment
171 It's A Gas When Galaxies Merge--A Lot Of Gas
172 Cigarette Smoking Impairs Ligament Healing, Researchers Find
173 Late Weekend Sleep Among Teens May Lead To Poor Academic Performance
174 Disappearing Common Birds Send Environmental Wake-up Call
175 Scientists Culture Blood-forming Stem Cells From Human Fat Tissue
176 Herpes Virus Hijacks DNA Repair Process
177 How Coffee Raises Cholesterol
178 Plastic That Grows On Trees? Fuel, Polyester And Other Chemicals From Biomass
179 Astronomers Find Most Distant Black Hole
180 Dietary Calcium Is Better Than Supplements At Protecting Bone Health
181 Europe's Hot Future: Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions Urged To Avoid Dangerous Increases In Heat Stress
182 Mix Of Disease Processes Found In Brains Of Most People With Dementia
183 'Green' Polymer Made From Biodiesel And Wine Products
184 The Dwarf Planet Known As Eris Is More Massive Than Pluto
185 Messenger Flies By Venus And Snaps Some Nice Pixs
186 Cassini Finds Saturn Moons Are Active
187 Simulating The Effects Of Martian Dust On The Phoenix Lander
188 US Air Force And Raytheon Demonstrate First Powered Flight Of Miniature Air Launched Decoy
189 New Findings Challenge Established Views About Human Genome
190 University Of Pittsburgh Researchers Culture Blood-Forming Stem Cells From Human Fat Tissue
191 Toyota To Make Diesel Engines With Isuzu
192 Fermilab Physicists Discover Triple-Scoop Baryon
193 Stanford's New Driverless Car
194 Customized Cell-Phone Service
195 Ultraefficient Photovoltaics
196 Radical Engines, Quirky Designs Refuel Quest for Car of Future
197 Want Off Street View? Google Wants Your ID and a Sworn Statement--UPDATE: Google Gives
198 New Kodak Chip Promises Better Photos in Dim Light
199 Master's Student Demonstrates Thesis Project in Her Underwear
200 The Best Thought Experiments: Schrodinger's Cat, Borel's Monkeys
201 Aggregating Data Makes Us Smarter: An Interview With Kayak Founder Paul English
202 Doctor Urges AMA to Recognize Game Addiction As a Disorder
203 Three Seconds to Tea
204 USB Shredder Begs For Camera To Be Secretly Installed
205 Camera Survives 100-Foot Plunge
206 Apple Secrecy: Good for Business?
207 Endangered species: Winners and losers
208 Taiwan bans circuses from importing protected animals
209 Naked activists march against Burberry use of fur in fashion
210 U.N. talks help eels, elephants, slow extinctions
211 Bengay Death Highlights OTC Dangers
212 New COX-2 inhibitor may also lower blood pressure
213 Health Tip: Dealing With Temper Tantrums
214 Turning an Anti-Tumor Gene Back On Could Fight Cancer
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