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1 Plants tell sensor when they need a drink
2 Birds ignore physics to fly in 3rd gear
3 Meet Frank, Saturn's 60th moon
4 Court review for animal testing
5 Gardens 'vital' for UK bumblebees
6 Exploring the last frontier
7 Why has it been so wet?
8 '$100 laptop' production begins
9 Search sites tackle privacy fears
10 Digital TV booking scheme for GPs
11 Working mums' 'child weight risk'
12 New move towards Alzheimer's cure
13 Ships to get vomiting bug guide
14 India probes baby body parts find
15 Inside Medicine--the asthma doctor
16 World 'losing fight against Aids'
17 Pilot Dies Trying To Set Speed Record
18 Apple's iPhone Gets Hacked
19 Cornfields May Affect Weather Patterns
20 Pollsters Eye Cell Phone Users
21 Astronaut Tosses Station's Space Junk
22 Doctors See Increase In Older Anorexics
23 Perk Up Your Skin With--Caffeine!
24 New HIV Infections Outpace Treatment
25 Ethnicity plays a role in neonatal deaths
26 Limpets reveal possible fate of cold-blooded Antarctic animals
27 1 in 4 NYC adults has elevated blood mercury levels
28 Steroids, not songs, spur growth of brain regions in sparrows
29 Bumblebees make bee line for gardens, National Bumblebee Nest Survey finds
30 A novel molecular dictator 'with a conscience' discovered
31 Staying out of jams
32 Bending polymers provides spontaneous way to duplicate beauty of nature
33 Magnetic tape analysis 'sees' tampering in detail
34 Closing the front door on homelessness
35 Do I know you? QBI researchers identify woman's struggle to recognize new faces
36 Obese girls less likely to attend college
37 Sperm banking before treatment preserves fertility in young male cancer patients
38 Support groups don't extend survival of metastatic breast cancer patients, Stanford study finds
39 Latest drugs improve survival for metastatic breast cancer
40 Medical students respond positively to simulated patient experience
41 Evaluations aim to advance translation technology
42 Security Flaw Lets Hackers Commandeer iPhone
43 Report: Security firm hacks iPhone
44 Monday Breakfast Bender
45 Tiny Dog Saves Baby From Rattlesnake
46 One Laptop Per Child Project OKs Mass Production
47 Cisco Says Network Gear Caused Duke iPhone Flooding
48 Duke Absolves Apple, Fingers Cisco
49 Mars Rovers Weather Worst of Dust Storms
50 CSC wins NASA supercomputer services deal
51 Global warming already changing rainfall
52 Scientists confirm increased rain in Britain links to global warming
53 First human vs machine poker champs kicks off
54 Reducing insulin signaling in brain helps prolong lifespan
55 Why working mothers have fatter children
56 Risk of obesity soars with family income
57 Night owls likely to be problem children
58 Sleep pattern linked with teen's behavior
59 New weapons in AIDS war
60 Distractions thwart violence
61 Why illness makes us tired
62 Low carb diet cuts health risks
63 Older drivers not so bad
64 Anger bad for the heart
65 Tennis may hurt young spines
66 Clues Found in Mystery of Antarctic Mountain Formation
67 Secret to Baseball's Best Hitters Revealed
68 Enlightened Medicine Found in Dark Ages
69 Americans Warm to Nuclear Power and Sour on Oil
70 Warm Water Creatures May Soon Rule the Oceans
71 Athlete's Foot: The New Airport Terrorist Threat?
72 Simple, Printable Solar Panels Envisioned
73 Newer Breast Cancer Drugs Appear to Boost Life Spans
74 Tiny Dog Saves Baby From Rattlesnake
75 Builder: Dubai High-Rise World's Tallest Building
76 Mars Rovers Weather Worst of Dust Storms
77 Gardening Fish "Domesticate" Crops of Algae
78 Rainfall changes linked to human activity
79 Software recognises dolphins by their whistles
80 How to spot false friends on Facebook
81 Climate change linked to a millennium of war in China
82 Invention: Rubbery metal [et al.]
83 Influence of global warming seen in changing rains
84 Security flaw could mean hijacked iPhones
85 Nanothin Sheet of Material Displays Unexpected Strength
86 Steroid, Not Songs, Spur Growth of Brain Regions in Sparrows
87 Crustacean Shells Might Hold Secret to Safer Long-Range Space Travel
88 Groundbreaking Research Changing Geological Map of Canada
89 Fruit Fly Gene from 'Out of Nowhere' Discovered
90 Indium arsenide may provide clues to quantum information processing
91 Atomic layer deposition fuels future solutions to nation's energy challenges
92 Interstellar Chemistry Gets More Complex With New Negatively-Charged Molecule Discovery
93 Bending Polymers Provides Spontaneous Way to Duplicate Beauty of Nature
94 Japanese look at fingers as credit cards
95 New Processors Present Problems, Payoff
96 Staying out of jams
97 Astronaut Tosses Station's Space Junk
98 Nonprofit Laptop Group Says Rollout Soon
99 Poker program goes full-tilt this weekend
100 PC maker Acer hits out at Windows' Vista operating system
101 Evaluations aim to advance translation technology
102 Nissan to test anti-drink driving system
103 Magnetic tape analysis 'sees' tampering in detail
104 Domain Names: 21st Century Real Estate
105 Three-million-year old mammal remains found in Greece
106 Bumblebees make bee line for gardens
107 Obese girls less likely to attend college
108 Steroids, not songs, spur growth of brain regions in sparrows
109 In Indonesia, a hunt for new fish
110 Limpets reveal possible fate of cold-blooded Antarctic animals
111 Americans Warming to Nuclear Power--MIT Survey
112 Archaeologists find key to Devon's Medieval past
113 Is Chemo Best Before or After Surgery?
114 1 in 4 NYC adults has elevated blood mercury levels
115 Do I know you? Researchers identify woman's struggle to recognize new faces
116 Chili Plant Closes for Botulism Probe
117 New HIV Infections Outpace Treatment
118 Scientists focus on ovarian cancer protein
119 Early trials positive for new flu vaccine
120 New zoom lens technology is created
121 Molecules in nanospaces may be stronger
122 Bird Sized Airplane To Fly Like A Swift
123 Pig To Human Transplantation Getting Closer
124 Immune Cells In The Brains Of Aging Mice Prove More Functional Than Expected
125 Killer Whales Metabolize Contaminants, Yet Still Show Record-High Contamination Levels
126 Culture Influences Brain Cells: Brain's Mirror Neurons Swayed By Ethnicity And Culture
127 Senior Drivers Less Likely Than Youngest Drivers To Cause Accidents, Study Finds
128 High-definition Laparoscopic Cameras Have Clear Advantages In Telesurgery
129 Images Of Gases Escaping From Jupiter's Moon Io Produced
130 Keeping Killer T Cells Under Control In The Liver
131 Probing The Microbial Universe The Easy Way
132 Children's Ability To Describe Past Event Develops Over Time
133 Mechanism Behind Fear Discovered
134 Prostate Drug Doesn't Limit Sexual Function In Most Men
135 Removing Predators Could Offset Seabird 'Bycatch' Losses
136 Plug-In Hybrids More Than Hype
137 Review: The Telescope [Its History, Technology, and Future]
138 Killing time: Chronic fatigue may be a by-product of an anti-infection mechanism
139 Champagne on the Brain: The Neurologic Health Benefits of a Glass of Bubbly
140 Saving Neurons and Memories
141 Making Money from Online Video
142 Digg Labs' Fascinating, Confusing Tools
143 Inside the High-Tech Hunt for a Missing Silicon Valley Legend
144 Songs for Ice Cream Trucks Serves Novelties for the Ears
145 A Nut that Makes Noise Complaints for You
146 Brain Not Necessary for French Civil Service Worker
147 Stem cell movement faces setbacks in Mo.
148 British water levels reaching 60-year highs
149 Floods strike Britain; Thames rising
150 Mars Rovers Weather Worst of Dust Storms
151 American acceptance of nuclear power grows
152 Mayor: Zoo workers shot animals for meat
153 What you don't understand could kill you
154 Newer Breast Cancer Drugs Appear to Boost Life Spans
155 Discharged Hospital Patients Run Risk of Blood Clots
156 Signs of brain shrinkage seen in soccer players
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