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1 Great Bustard lays eggs in wild
2 Humans 'affect global rainfall'
3 Greek mastodon find 'spectacular'
4 Antique engines inspire nano chip
5 Nerve gas antidote made by goats
6 May looks to sky to complete PhD
7 Competition hits Lara Croft firm
8 PlayStation 3 sales boost in US
9 iPlayer faces petition pressure
10 Apple iPhone issue highlights security debate
11 Low cholesterol 'link' to cancer
12 Papuans debate HIV microchipping
13 N Korea 'bans smoking for leader'
14 Indian patients suffer in silence
15 One Bulgarian's Libyan ordeal
16 How to cope without running water
17 Cocaine 'profile' helps track drug trade
18 MySpace sex risk 'overblown'
19 Climate change already affecting rainfall
20 Scientists say Snowy River flowing again
21 N.J.: Stem cell, open space equal debt
22 Can group therapy extend life for breast cancer sufferers?
23 It's one small step for fashion, one giant leap for spacesuits
24 Meeting the Minds: Biotechnology Pioneer Orrie Friedman
25 Ask Dr. Knowledge: Why does turmeric create such stubborn stains, and how can they be removed?
26 A downside to preventing birth defects?
27 Discoveries: Sperm injection method may be used too much [et al.]
28 White Coat Notes: Harvard docs go online
29 YouTube Turns Into Crime-Solver
30 New York's Architectural Whodunit
31 Iraq Vet Shows Off Bionic Hand
32 Writer's Cramp May Start In The Brain
33 Study: Diet Soda May Carry Heart Risks
34 FEMA To Sell Trailers Despite Concerns
35 Circumcision Urged In Curbing AIDS Spread
36 Chinese Man Gets Massive Tumor Removed
37 Teen With Meningitis On AirTran Flights
38 Elephants, Human Ancestors Evolved in Synch, DNA Reveals
39 New joint replacement material developed at MGH put to first clinical use
40 Brain's 'hearing center' may reorganize after implant of cochlear device
41 Fruit fly gene from 'out of nowhere' may change ideas about how new genes are formed, researchers report
42 From UF and IBM, a blueprint for 'smart' health care
43 Scientists Discover New Way to Study Nanostructures
44 Radiation therapy combined with microsurgery shows promise for curing injured spinal cord
45 New Model for Autism Suggests Women Carry the Disorder and Explains Age as a Risk Factor
46 Switchable Adhesive
47 Monell researchers find metabolic defect in liver that can lead to obesity
48 CTRC Enrolls First Patients in Phase II Study; Living Virus Destroys Cancer Cells in Sarcoma Patients
49 Camera-shy deer caught for first time
50 U of M researchers discover new method to combat HIV
51 Polymer opal films shed new kind of light on nature
52 UB Scientist Discovers Novel Iron-Copper Alliance
53 Laser sets records in power and energy efficiency
54 Graphene nanoelectronics: Making tomorrow's computers from a pencil trace
55 MIT researchers work toward spark-free, fuel-efficient engines
56 New metal alloys boost high-temperature heat treatment of jet engine components
57 Researchers Produce Firsts with Bursts of Light
58 Childhood sun exposure may lower risk of MS
59 Brain abnormalities found in people with writer's cramp
60 Effects of aging in stem cells
61 Improving TB treatment and more
62 Patients with TB should be more involved in decisions about their treatment
63 Should adult male circumcision be recommended for HIV prevention in the US?
64 Barrow scientists make headlines for their research on fixational eye movements
65 New diabetes report documents devastating effects in New York City
66 Survey of hurricane preparedness finds one-third on high risk coast will refuse evacuation order
67 Baltimore Inner-city Homes Unsafe for Young Children, Hopkins Study Finds
68 Seeing colors--New study sheds light on sensory system quirk
69 N.C. A&T food scientist develops process for allergen-free peanuts
70 What's the most private search engine of them all?
71 Search Engines Tighten Privacy
72 Out-Gagging Google
73 Live Search limits time it saves queries to 18 months
74 Microsoft and Ask.com pushing for more privacy
75 Researchers claim first iPhone vulnerability
76 Is that iPhone security hole really so bad?
77 iPhone, Apple PCs vulnerable to hackers: consultant
78 Flaw inside iPhone allows hackers "complete control" researchers say
79 Nokia snaps up Redmond's Twango
80 TiVo to launch $300 HD DVR
81 Nokia buys online video and photo service Twango
82 Western Digital Announces New Eco-Friendly Hard Drives
83 Western Digital announces Green terabyte hard drives
84 Humans to blame for global changes in rain
85 Global warming already changing rainfall
86 NASA: Mars rovers' power situation improves slightly
87 IBM, University of Florida Team Up on Smart Devices
88 University of Florida and IBM Use Open Standards to Boost the Power of Healthcare Devices
89 Acer: PC Industry 'Disappointed' with Vista
90 Vista retreats as XP sales hold up
91 Acer: PC Industry Disappointed with Vista
92 PC maker Acer hits out at Windows' Vista operating system
93 Vista disappointed us: Acer
94 Acer boss says Vista 'disappointing'
95 Diet, sugary sodas alike linked to heart disease factors
96 Soft Drinks Linked to Metabolic Syndrome Risk
97 One Soda a Day May Boost Risk for Heart Disease
98 Diet soda, metabolic syndrome linked
99 No safe diet haven
100 Health Literacy Level Linked To Longevity
101 Low 'health literacy' increases patients' chance of death
102 High Mercury Levels Found in One-Fourth of Adults
103 New Yorkers' Higher Blood Mercury Could Be Sign Of Healthy Fish Eating
104 Party drugs helping spread HIV
105 Don't read this too fast--your brain might cramp
106 Writer's Cramp May Be Tied to Brain Abnormalities
107 Writer's cramp may root in brain
108 Writer's Cramp A Sign Of Brain Abnormalities
109 Woman Who Pushed for HPV Vaccine Dies
110 Face of Texas HPV vaccine debate dies
111 Face of state's HPV vaccine debate dies from cervical cancer
112 This Never Would Have Happened at Marshall Field's
113 Macy's food court infested
114 Baxter Sees Promising Phase I/II Data For Influenza Vaccine
115 Natural remedies 'potentially harmful'
116 Sexually transmitted diseases flourishing in the UK
117 15 kg face tumour horror
118 Fizzy drinks can hurt heart
119 HIV-conception breakthrough
120 Soccer can shrink your brain
121 Experts warn about karaoke
122 HIV no longer a death sentence
123 Optimism in melanoma fight
124 Low carb diet cuts health risks
125 Flying Saucer Designed for Greener Air Travel
126 For Some Male Creatures, Smaller is Better
127 Tale of Huge Reptiles Fishing While Flying Called False
128 U.S. Internet Dominance Eroding Quickly
129 Are Britain's Floods Linked to Global Warming?
130 Black Holes Devour Matter Like Piranhas
131 Writer's Cramp May Be Tied to Brain Abnormalities
132 Iraq Vet Shows Off Bionic Hand
133 I Won't Evacuate: Coastal Residents Grow More Stubborn
134 New University Seeks 'Theory of Everything'
135 Study Links Diet Soft Drinks With Cardiac Risk
136 Mass Gorilla "Execution" Discovered in Congo
137 Global Warming Threatens Coffee Collapse in Uganda
138 Photo in the News: Troubled Hawaiian "Treasure" to Welcome Visitors
139 Libyan ordeal ends: medics freed
140 Organic compound found in the stars
141 New mutations implicated in half of autism cases
142 Mastodon DNA sequenced
143 Jumbo squid invades California
144 Tiny asteroid 'groupie' found trailing after Mars
145 Testicular protein vaccine may fight ovarian cancer
146 California's attack of the jumbo squid
147 Mastodon genome sheds light on human evolution
148 Is a second black hole lurking in the Milky Way's heart?
149 HIV medics pardoned after release from Libya
150 Healthcare is 'financial catastrophe' for millions
151 Powered ankle could be the next step in prosthesis
152 Tibet is warming at twice global average
153 Laptop for poor countries may be sold commercially
154 Chance and isolation gave humans elegant skulls
155 Graphene Nanoelectronics: Making Tomorrow's Computers from a Pencil Trace
156 Scientists Discover New Way to Study Nanostructures
157 Consortium Achieves Record-High Solar Cell Efficiency
158 Camera-Shy Deer Caught for First Time
159 Researcher Observes Molecular Chaos for the First Time
160 Chandra Catches "Piranha" Black Holes
161 Q & A: The Copper Curtain [Does copper repel plant material?]
162 'Didn't You Pummel Me?' Crayfish Remember Before a Rematch
163 Following Doctor's Orders Isn't Hard, if You Can Read
164 Design by Gecko, Plus Glue by Mussel, Yields a Powerful Adhesive
165 TB Tests Show Promise, but Flaws Limit Progress
166 Smart, Curious, Ticklish. Rats?
167 At Fermilab, the Race Is on for the 'God Particle'
168 A Movable Beast: Asian Pythons Thrive in Florida
169 Really? The Claim: Eating Garlic Helps Repel Mosquitoes
170 Echinacea Helps Colds, Major Review Shows
171 Straightening Bent Fingers, No Surgery Required
172 Polymer opal films shed new kind of light on nature
173 Researchers Hack Into IPhone Via Web
174 Astronomers Discover Supergiant Star Spews Molecules Needed for Life
175 Fruit fly gene from 'out of nowhere' is discovered
176 Researchers work toward spark-free, fuel-efficient engines
177 Did pterosaurs feed by skimming?
178 Graphene Nanoelectronics: Making Tomorrow's Computers from a Pencil Trace
179 Researchers produce firsts with bursts of light
180 Switchable Adhesive
181 Back to the future: Mastodon extends the time limit on DNA sequencing
182 Scientists discover new way to study nanostructures
183 Chandra catches 'piranha' black holes
184 Hacking the Wii remote for physics class
185 Russia prepares for volcano eruption
186 Scientists Say Snowy River Flowing Again
187 Russian sub-sea explorers launch epic North Pole probe
188 New metal alloys boost high-temperature heat treatment of jet engine components
189 Laser sets records in power and energy efficiency
190 Self-Assembling Nanoparticles Image Tumor Cells
191 Two New Intel Controllers Streamline Multicore Networking Performance
192 TiVo to Debut a Lower-Priced HD DVR
193 Microsoft and Ask call for heightened Internet privacy
194 AOL Buying Targeted Ad Company Tacoda
195 Team sets solar cell record
196 Netflix's Stock, Web Site Both Go Down
197 Ultra-Flexible Fiber Optics on the Way
198 XM-Sirius in New Pitch for Merger
199 Next generation nuke plant designs sought
200 Great Bustard lays eggs in Britain for first time in 175 years
201 Scientists say photosynthesis has a key role in future energy supply
202 Surprisingly, chemists find, some solvents can alter chemical bonds
203 Killing only a few animals won't do any harm--or will it?
204 Camera-shy deer caught for first time
205 Effects of aging in stem cells
206 Toxic milk
207 Cincinnati Zoo Inseminates Indian Rhino
208 Stem Cell Movement Faces Setbacks in Mo.
209 Unintended pregnancy predicts feelings that parenting is a burden
210 Childhood sun exposure may lower risk of MS
211 Brain abnormalities found in people with writer's cramp
212 U of M researchers discover new method to combat HIV
213 What You Don't Understand Could Kill You
214 Diet and regular soft drinks linked to increase in risk factors for heart disease
215 Top researchers criticize new meditation and health study
216 Faster-acting antidepressants closer to becoming a reality
217 New diabetes report documents devastating effects in New York City
218 New model for autism suggests women carry the disorder and explains age as a risk factor
219 Chinese Man Gets Massive Tumor Removed
220 Seeing colors--New study sheds light on sensory system quirk
221 Iraq Vet Shows Off Bionic Hand
222 Illinois Bans Smoking in Public Places
223 Circumcision Urged in Curbing AIDS Spread
224 Iron and copper relationship is studied
225 Study: U.S. rule is hurting HIV fight
226 Jailed Bulgarian medics freed by Libya, flown to Sofia
227 The future of medicine: Insert chip, cure disease?
228 Study looks at blood vessel clotting
229 New method found to combat HIV
230 New color-changing technology created
231 Algorithm selects best cancer treatment
232 Iron and copper relationship is studied
233 Reading is a vital skill for sick people
234 Females More Prone To Brain Damage From Alcohol Abuse
235 Bending Polymers Provides Spontaneous Way To Duplicate Beauty Of Nature
236 Organic Farming Beats No-Till?
237 Specialized Cells: A Question Of Identity
238 High-flying Honkers Have Superhuman Power
239 Automobile Brake Linings, Tires Remain Major Sources Of Toxic Metals
240 Mothers Invest More In Reproduction When Their Mates Are Attractive
241 Gene Therapy For Parkinson's Hitches Ride On Virus
242 Nicotine Rush Hinges On Sugar In Neurons
243 Fingerprinting With Light Shows Promise For Improved Crime-fighting
244 Limpets Reveal Possible Fate Of Cold-blooded Antarctic Animals
245 Disc Replacement In Neck Relieves Pain, Preserves Mobility
246 Removing A Sugar Turns Protective Antibodies Into Attackers
247 Passwords Are A Piece Of Cake--For Cybercrooks
248 Great Bustards Breed In UK For First Time In 175 Years
249 Toward Giving Artificial Cells The Ability To Move
250 Bioenergy Could Do More Harm Than Good
251 Biodesign Institute Leads Innovative Project To Prevent Cancer
252 A World Without Potter?
253 Fighting Drug Resistance In Hepatitis C Virus
254 Bacteria Suggest New Approach To Alzheimer's Therapy
255 Plug-In Hybrids Get Green Grades
256 Adding Speed to Silicon
257 Proton Radiation for All
258 The IPhone Verdict Is In: It's Finger-Clickin' Good
259 Ham Radio for GeekDads & GeekKids
260 Only 146K IPhones Activated in First Two Days; Apple Stock Drops
261 Solar Panels Power Up
262 Group seeks to build marine sanctuary
263 Britons begin repairing flood damage
264 Illinois bans smoking in public places
265 Writer's Cramp May Be Tied to Brain Abnormalities
266 Study: HIV-infected babies can be saved
267 Study: Diet soda linked to heart risks
268 Can cholesterol go too low? Study sees cancer link
269 Natural Protein Protects Against Cancer
270 Cancer risk seen with very low cholesterol levels: study
271 Hip Protectors Won't Prevent Fractures in Elderly
272 Study renews conflict-of-interest debate
273 Great Bustard lays eggs in Britain for first time in 175 years
274 Black Holes Devour Matter Like Piranhas
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