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1 Smog may speed up global warming
2 Wafer-thin paper beats bucky tubes
3 Phone towers pose 'no short-term risks'
4 US cat 'predicts patient deaths'
5 Request made for Mars rover price
6 Ozone has 'strong climate effect'
7 Russian Arctic expedition resumes
8 The new 4x4s?
9 Tiny finding that opened new frontier
10 Scientists map elephant evolution
11 Malaysia cracks down on bloggers
12 I'm sick of users
13 Home cells signal mobile change
14 Diesel pollution 'clogs arteries'
15 Obesity 'contagious,' experts say
16 Gene offers itchy-skin cure hope
17 Flood water poses low health risk
18 N.M. working on rodent recovery plan
19 Study: Nevada has big temperature gains
20 Scientists celebrate butterfly return
21 Obesity spreads to friends, study concludes
22 Space explorer lauds teachers
23 Forests Experience Resurgence In Fungus
24 Hahn To Oversee Research At Grand Canyon
25 Study: Nevada Has Big Temperature Gains
26 Scientists Celebrate Butterfly Return
27 Study: Rural Students Better In Science
28 Feds Propose Habitat For Bighorn Sheep
29 Cat's "Sixth Sense" Predicting Death?
30 Wary Diners Ask: Is Fish From China?
31 Army Wives Take Action
32 Learn Baby's Sex Early? Half Say No
33 Broccoli May Help Cut Prostate Cancer
34 DEA Raids LA Medical Marijuana Clinics
35 Can 'green chic' save the planet?
36 A quarter century of tech bugs
37 Learning a second language--Is it all in your head?
38 Humboldt squid on the move
39 Gene-transcription machinery seen poised for action, held in check until needed
40 Humboldt Squid Found in Pebble Beach (2003)
41 Findings of Sly Syndrome Discoverer Important for Other Diseases
42 Researchers Watch Antibiotics, Bacteria Meet at Atomic Level
43 Can the tonsils influence oral HIV transmission?
44 The inside dope
45 When off-target is right on
46 Live broadcasts
47 Nanowaste needs attention of EPA, industry and investors
48 Isoprene emission from plants--a volatile answer to heat stress
49 Strength of connections between brain regions may affect an adolescent's response to peer influence
50 Gene expression pattern could lead to improved treatment of pediatric septic shock
51 Opposites interfere
52 Nanotech Clay Armour Creates Fire Resistant Hard Wearing Latex Emulsion Paints
53 New clues to ozone depletion
54 Killer electrons in space are now less mysterious
55 New protein synthesis not essential to memory formation
56 Survey finds many Americans believe unsubstantiated claims about cancer
57 Unique Quantum Effect Found in Silicon Nanocrystals
58 Satellite multimedia for mobile 'phones
59 Digg teams with Microsoft to serve up ads
60 File-Sharing: A National Security Threat?
61 Classified U.S. military info, corporate data available over P2P
62 P2P Networks Turn Up Sensitive Corporate, Government Documents
63 Cabbies threaten to strike over GPS
64 Ozone hampering plants' absorption of carbon dioxide
65 Report: pollution stunts plant growth worldwide
66 Ozone cuts plant growth, spurs global warming: study
67 High ozone is negating role of plants
68 Cisco's Chambers predicts big future for virtualisation
69 OSI Approves New Open-Source License
70 Scientists: Hardy Mars rovers will survive
71 Huge Chinese piracy ring tackled
72 Mozilla: We have the same problem
73 URI Vulnerabilities Continue To Plague Firefox 2
74 Mozilla patches Firefox URI flaw
75 Personal health monitoring--the new uber-gadget feature?
76 How serious was the hacking attack on Apple's iPhone?
77 If Your Friends Are Fat, Watch Out
78 Fat findings show friends a big factor
79 Researchers Say They've Developed an Allergy-Free Peanut
80 Peanut allergen treatment developed in U.S.
81 Peanut allergies a thing of the past?
82 Scientist develops process for allergen-free peanuts
83 Peanut Allergies May Soon Be History
84 To Itch or Not to Itch? It's in the Genes
85 Itchy discovery may help those with eczema
86 Eczema joy as 'itching' gene found
87 WU team uncovers gene tied to itching
88 Itch gene found--relief for scratchers at hand?
89 Auto exhaust linked to stroke
90 Condoms for Seniors--Citizens, That Is
91 New York gives away condoms, offers AIDS education to senior citizens
92 State fines Kaiser again
93 Eating Fish Urged to Counter Binge-Drinking Effects on Fatty Acids
94 Binge-drinking 'causes drop in omega-3 levels'
95 Heavy Drinkers Lack Omega-3 Nutrient
96 Fatty Acids from Fish a Must for Heavy Drinkers, Too
97 Binge Drinkers Need to Eat More Fish
98 People get fat in groups
99 Girl talk can fuel blues
100 Unapproved hearts kill seven
101 Sushi--your health on the line?
102 Exercising in segments helps burn fat
103 Alcohol may alter child's brain
104 Osteoporosis drug for breast cancer
105 Titanic Site Protection Sought by Congress
106 Study: Rural Students Strong in Science
107 Nevada 'Feeling the Heat' of Climate Change
108 To Itch or Not to Itch? It's in the Genes
109 Rocker Sees Real Stars: Queen's Guitarist to Become Astrophysicist
110 Gorilla Executions Puzzle Conservationists
111 12 Common Cancer Myths Debunked
112 Crayfish Fighting and the Art of Bluffing
113 Study: Obesity is Socially Contagious
114 Inuit Urged to Revive Dog Sleds
115 U.S. Forest Service Hopes to Clear Your Carbon Conscience
116 Oscar the cat predicts patients' deaths
117 Sex change wipes out invasive species
118 Single gene deletion boosts lifespan
119 Tonsils may help transmit HIV during oral sex
120 Womb-on-a-chip may boost IVF successes
121 Trick of light advances quantum computing
122 FDA finds no proof of harm with nanotech products
123 Shrimp-shell wound healant to get space test
124 Photo Gallery: Giant Catfish, Stingrays Among World's "Monster" Fishes
125 Megafishes Project to Size Up "Real-Life Loch Ness Monsters"
126 Earthquake "Swarm" Strikes Africa, Puzzles Experts
127 Photo in the News: New Salt Hotel Built in Bolivia
128 Plan to Dump Iron in Ocean as Climate Fix Attracts Debate
129 Megafishes Project to Size Up "Real-Life Loch Ness Monsters"
130 Korean Mummies Reveal Medical Clues, Love Poems
131 China's Giant River Fish, the World's Largest, Feared Extinct
132 Photo in the News: "World's Longest Tusks" Among Greek Mastodon Find
133 Ancient Fossils Show Pattern of Early Animal Evolution
134 Gene-Transcription Machinery Seen Poised for Action, Held in Check Until Needed
135 Researcher Studies Proteins That Make Rice Flourish
136 Discovery Provides Key Evidence of Life's Beginnings
137 Opposites Interfere
138 Live Broadcasts: Using Ferritin as a Reporter Gene
139 New Technique May Speed Development of Molecular Electronics
140 When Off-target Is Right On
141 When Whippersnappers and Geezers Collide
142 Find Yourself Packing It On? Blame Friends
143 Rise in Cases of West Nile May Portend an Epidemic
144 Report Faults NASA on Equipment Losses
145 Apple Posts Record Quarterly Profit
146 Obesity is 'socially contagious,' study finds
147 New York cab drivers threaten strike over GPS systems
148 Learning a second language--Is it all in your head?
149 Nielsen: PS2 Most-Played Console in June
150 Study: Rural Students Better in Science
151 Researchers watch antibiotics, bacteria meet at atomic level
152 Study links air pollution to clogged arteries
153 New clues to ozone depletion
154 Killer electrons in space are now less mysterious
155 New protein synthesis not essential to memory formation
156 Simple Method Yields Complex Micro- and Nanoparticle Shapes
157 WIPP Clean Rooms Set Up for Experiments
158 Opposites interfere
159 Nanotech clay armour creates fire resistant hard wearing latex emulsion paints
160 Study: Nevada Has Big Temperature Gains
161 Expedition to Stake Arctic Claim Delayed
162 Researchers Develop Tool to Assess Supernetwork Efficiency and Vulnerability
163 Test Your Knowledge of Online Scams
164 Review: Sharing Live Video by Cell Phone
165 Study: 1 in 5 Adults Watch Web Videos
166 Judge calls on ConnectU to back its case against Facebook
167 SKorea's discerning Scotch drinkers to get hi-tech support
168 Google Ups Value of Big Computing Award
169 Satellite multimedia for mobile 'phones'
170 Dell Expands Retail Presence to Japan
171 Sony's Digital Living System Combines Home Theater Functionality with the Brains of a PC
172 Forests Experience Resurgence in Fungus
173 Feds Propose Habitat for Bighorn Sheep
174 N.M. Working on Rodent Recovery Plan
175 Isoprene emission from plants--a volatile answer to heat stress
176 Scientists Celebrate Butterfly Return
177 The inside dope: new technique may speed the development of molecular electronics
178 When off-target is right on
179 New spinal cord injury therapy developed
180 Cannabis/schizophrenia link questioned
181 Doc says new injections melt fat
182 Combination therapy stops loss of kidney function in rare genetic disease
183 Females more prone to brain damage from alcohol abuse
184 ATRX--Too much or too little underlies sex abnormalities
185 Can the tonsils influence oral HIV transmission?
186 Study identifies new gene therapy tools for inherited blindness
187 New target for HIV/AIDS drugs and vaccine discovered
188 Could hospital cat be angel of death?
189 Japanese women crowned again as world's oldest
190 Study calls cell towers safe
191 Survey finds many Americans believe unsubstantiated claims about cancer
192 U-M team identifies gene that regulates blood-forming fetal stem cells
193 Scratch No More: Gene For Itch Sensation Discovered
194 Architects Not Teachers Caused School Failures
195 US Scientists Help Africans Breed Disease-Resistant Plant
196 Sleep-Wake Controls Identified: Implications For Coma Patients And Those Under Anesthesia
197 New Color-changing Technology Has Potential Packaging, Military, Aerospace Applications
198 Scientists Are Aiding Timber Rattlesnakes
199 Study Confirms That NSAIDs Treatment Can Reduce Colorectal Cancer Risk
200 Developing Nanotechnology To Test Food Quality
201 Laser, Machining, Used To Create Precision Parts Layer By Layer
202 Childhood Sun Exposure May Lower Risk Of Multiple Sclerosis
203 Thousands Of Atoms Swap 'Spins' With Partners In Quantum Square Dance
204 What Came Before Alexander The Great? A Multidisciplinary Approach
205 Metabolic Defect In Liver Can Lead To Obesity
206 Reef Corals: How To Structure A Complex Body Plan
207 Entomologist urges use of grain ozonators
208 Bacteria is studied at the atomic level
209 New way to study nanostructures is found
210 Circumcision may not affect sensation
211 Scientists identify breast cancer gene
212 $350 (or $525) "$100 laptop" to roll off production line by October
213 Onion headline comes true: "The Entire Internet Has Crashed"
214 Would your favorite 17th, 18th or 19th-century scientist be a creationist today?
215 Roads Safer When Drunk Drivers Immediately Lose License to Kill
216 Fact or Fiction?: Birds (and Other Critters) Abandon Their Young at the Slightest Human Touch
217 Supersize Me--and All My Friends
218 An Emotional Cat Robot
219 Ultrastrong Paper from Graphene
220 Viewing Bacterial Dark Matter
221 To Find the Treasure, Follow the Octopus
222 The Cat Who Smelled Death
223 California Academy of Sciences Aims to Be the Greenest Museum on Earth
224 Linux: It's Not Just for Servers Anymore
225 Police Say LifeLock Coerced Unusable Confession from Identity Theft Suspect
226 The Levitation Table: How Does it Work?
227 Smog and Mirrors: China's Plan for a Green Olympics
228 Pond bacterium converts light to energy
229 More rains forecast as England, Wales see wettest months since 1766
230 Study: Nevada has big temperature gains
231 Study: Renewable Energy Not Green
232 Nursing home cat can sense death
233 Oil executives deny gas overcharging
234 No repair done before reservoir collapse
235 Darfur refugees tap the sun's power to cook
236 Rare Siberian tiger cubs born at Romanian zoo
237 Polar madness grips many people working at poles
238 Myths About Cancer Risk Abound
239 DEA raids LA medical marijuana clinics
240 Researchers reverse cocaine effects in mice: study
241 Medical marijuana backers say they'll fight on