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1 Gut bugs may have lived in deep sea
2 Baby born from defrosted egg
3 Largest flying bird soared like a condor
4 Ancient American bird was glider
5 Cloned sperm created in the lab
6 Drug can dampen down bad memories
7 Wind farm 'is threat to eagles'
8 Girl could give birth to sibling
9 Arctic diary: Tracking wolves
10 The mechanics of e-waste recycling
11 Russian download site shut down
12 Universal 'to revise iTunes deal'
13 Wii outselling PS3 'six to one'
14 Company blogging 101
15 Time to let a thousand domains bloom?
16 The 'anti-child grooming' website
17 China 'buried smog death finding'
18 How doctors from abroad are vetted
19 Off-Road Vehicles Rev Up Controversy
20 Dear Mr. Jobs (About That iPhone...)
21 Strange Room Found In Ancient Chinese Tomb
22 Shredding F-14s To Keep Parts From Iran
23 Gorilla Baby Treated At German Hospital
24 Endangered Monkeys Discovered In Vietnam
25 Ancient Hybrid Scrub Oak Is Ancient Tree
26 Warming May Impact Asia-Pacific Region
27 Study: Northern Canada Ponds Drying Up
28 Takeoffs A Problem For Giant Bird
29 Traveler's TB Not As Severe As Thought
30 IVF Test Tube Baby Born From Frozen Egg
31 Poor Sense Of Smell Linked To Alzheimer's?
32 30% Of Americans Abuse Alcohol, Study Says
33 Could Nerve-Snipping Spur Weight Loss?
34 Image of the Day: Stellar Fireworks
35 Image of the Day: Moving in Stereo [Aeolis Mensae region on Mars]
36 Image of the Day: Call Me the Tumbling Ice [Grey Glacier in Chile]
37 Image of the Day: Extreme Horizontal Branch Stars, Dude! [Globular Star Cluster NGC 362]
38 Image of the Day: Blown to Smithereens [Eta Carinae]
39 Image of the Day: Hold Me in Your Spiral Arms [M96 Galaxy]
40 Image of the Day: Tales from Topographic Oceans [on Mars]
41 Clue seen to why MS disability worse for blacks
42 Global Warming Drying Up Ancient Arctic Ponds
43 Hurricanes Heal Reefs in Surprising Cases
44 Faulty cell membrane repair causes heart disease
45 Stem cell procedure successfully treats amyloidosis patients
46 Color is in the eye of the beholder
47 The elderberry way to perfect skin
48 Waging war on the deadliest superbug
49 Today's waste, tomorrow's fuel
50 Alzheimer's prevention role discovered for prions
51 Cloning the male genome may help infertile men
52 New research holds promise for protecting cancer patients against infertility
53 Risk-taking in infertility treatment correlates with women's negative moods
54 UT Study Reveals Inaccuracies in Cardiac PET-CT Imaging--And Finds Solution
55 Fat kills cancer
56 From clinical cancer research: rethinking therapeutic cancer vaccine trials
57 New tool for marine conservation
58 1,000-year-old Arctic ponds disappearing due to global warming
59 Generalized reciprocity in rats
60 A simple magnet can control the color of a liquid, making new technologies possible
61 Stellar fireworks through Hubble's eyes
62 Stellar fireworks are ablaze in galaxy NGC 4449
63 Smart suit doesn't miss a beat
64 Inexpensive 'adaptive optics' achieved by Sandia's optical clamp
65 Many insomniacs turn to valerian and melatonin to help them sleep
66 Cardiac surgery in patients with liver cirrhosis
67 Damping the odds that fireworks will spark seizures
68 New study shows half of children with autism can be accurately diagnosed at close to 1 year of age
69 Consumption of small amounts of dark chocolate associated with reduction in blood pressure
70 Satellite images reveal link between urban growth and changing rainfall patterns
71 Smart Traffic Boxes Could Help Monitor Roads, Save Money
72 More bungled circumcisions
73 Stem cells from fat target cancer
74 Chronic stress may cause obesity
75 Bird flu vaccine trials
76 New Mexico in dope business
77 Is the Mysterious Tasmanian Tiger Really Extinct?
78 Does Higher IQ Make You Smarter?
79 Psychics Fuel False Hopes in Missing-Person Cases
80 Endangered Monkeys Found in Vietnam
81 Mystery Solved: How Airplane-Sized Bird Flew
82 Mice born from cloned sperm
83 Biodefence work halted at US university
84 Mother donates frozen eggs to daughter
85 Generosity among rats
86 Humanity gobbles a quarter of nature's resources
87 Hurricanes may be unlikely saviours of coral reefs
88 Satellite pair reunites from afar
89 Video games interfere with homework but not family
90 Disease-causing bugs may have come from the deep
91 Stellar fireworks light up dwarf galaxy
92 Construction of oil site 'frightening whales away'
93 Coal-to-Liquid Researchers Are Ahead of National Debate
94 Smart Traffic Boxes Could Help Monitor Roads, Save Money
95 Most Boaters Speed Through Manatee Conservation Zones
96 Stellar Fireworks Ablaze in Galaxy NGC 4449
97 Electric Fish Conduct Electric Duets in Aquatic Courtship
98 Solving Mystery of How DNA Strands Separate
99 Thousand Year Old Arctic Ponds Are Disappearing Due to Global Warming
100 Texas Tech Curator Discovers Secret of Flight for World's Largest Bird
101 Mars Rover Is Set to Enter Deep Crater
102 When the Surgeon Is Infected, How Safe Is the Surgery?
103 It Will Take More Than a Wolf to Blow One House Down
104 Ceres, Now a Dwarf Planet, Is Scheduled for Exploration
105 A Conversation With Elizabeth H. Blackburn: Finding Clues to Aging in the Fraying Tips of Chromosomes
106 Really? The Claim: Green Potatoes Are Poisonous
107 Q & A: How Dry I Am!
108 Along With Sound and Light, Fireworks Displays Produce a Brief Flare of Pollution
109 Winding Through 'Big Dreams' Are the Threads of Our Lives
110 A Summer Camp Where Fireworks Are the Point
111 Silicon chip beams light through a liquid-core waveguide to detect one particle at a time
112 Teleportation method proposed by Australian scientists
113 Techies Rush to Dissect Apple's iPhone
114 Breakthrough With Ultra-Fast Xrays
115 Smart Suit Doesn't Miss a Beat
116 Human antibodies that block human and animal SARS viruses identified
117 Remotely Controlled Nanomachines
118 Ancient Hybrid Scrub Oak Is Ancient Tree
119 Simple Magnet Can Control Color of Liquid
120 EU Asks Studios About Rival DVD Formats
121 Secret of flight for world's largest bird revealed
122 Researchers solve mystery of how DNA strands separate
123 Business software makers SAP, Oracle clash over data 'theft'
124 Brain cells need microRNA to survive
125 Asian Countries Eye Warming Problems
126 Device could put disease detection in the palm of a hand
127 Researchers Hope to Unlock Capabilities of Carbon Nanotubes
128 ILC's High-Energy Collisions Require Accurate Energy Measurements
129 Inexpensive 'adaptive optics' achieved by Sandia's optical clamp
130 High-performance energy storage
131 Air pressure matters when landing on sandy planets
132 If it wiggles, it must be jellyfish swimming--or atoms moving in glass
133 Global Warming Blamed for Vanishing Lake
134 How to Manage Floating Fluids in Space
135 Satellite images reveal link between urban growth and changing rainfall patterns
136 Study: Hurricanes May Aid Stressed Coral
137 Top 10 in space music wins Norwegian a trip of a lifetime
138 Stellar Fireworks are Ablaze in Galaxy NGC 4449
139 Atlantis Returns to Kennedy Space Center
140 Fujitsu Introduces World's Highest Capacity 2.5" External HDD
141 Review: E-Mail for People Without PCs
142 Youtube, SKorea's LG agree to develop mobile phone
143 Motorola Z8 Makes Its Retail Debut
144 ASUS Announces World's First Hardware Based Real-time Overclocking Device
145 Russian Music Site Down, Sister Site Up
146 Total HD High-Def Disc Launch Delayed
147 Apple Rises on IPhone Margin Report
148 Steamy EUTube Clip Stirs Controversy
149 Study: Broadband Growth Slowing in U.S.
150 For Latest Reviews, Chefs Look Online
151 Happy, sad, angry or astonished?
152 Scientists Enter Stem Cell Patents Fight
153 Officials: Elephant Died of Herpes Virus
154 Original or fake?
155 Domestic cat's 'five lives' could help save wild relatives
156 Color is in the eye of the beholder
157 Organism ID'd That May Be Killing Sheep
158 Endangered Monkeys Discovered in Vietnam
159 China Finds Pyramid in Ancient Tomb
160 Today's waste, tomorrow's fuel
161 Study focuses on bats' hibernation periods
162 Scientists May Not Be Very Religious, but Science May Not Be to Blame
163 Study: Twins Form After Embryo Collapses
164 Consumption of small amounts of dark chocolate associated with reduction in blood pressure
165 Study finds wives have greater power in marriage problem-solving behavior
166 Structure of TB enzyme points the way to new drugs: study
167 Harnessing the power of the immune system to fight cancer
168 Alcohol abuse, addiction hits 3 of 10 Americans
169 Blood clotting protein may inhibit spinal cord regeneration
170 Computer-based distraction test developed
171 Many insomniacs turn to valerian and melatonin to help them sleep
172 Fat kills cancer
173 Alzheimer's prevention role discovered for prions
174 New approach to pulmonary hypertension shows promise
175 Cloning the male genome may help infertile men
176 Damping the odds that fireworks will spark seizures
177 Study: Testing one time is not enough
178 Periodontal bacteria found in amniotic fluid
179 The elderberry way to perfect skin
180 Faulty cell membrane repair causes heart disease
181 New study shows half of children with autism can be accurately diagnosed at close to 1 year of age
182 Catching Cheaters with Their Own Computers
183 Listening for a Strange Brew
184 Nanosensors in Space
185 Global warming blamed for vanishing lake
186 Pulsing Giant Star Dissected
187 U.S. agency moves on plan to kill wolves
188 Russia gas field noise harms whales, says WWF
189 Endangered monkeys discovered in Vietnam
190 Thai police confiscate dried beetles
191 Scientists enter stem cell patents fight
192 Study: Chocolate reduces blood pressure
193 Eye checks urged for signs of later heart disease
194 Could nerve-snipping spur weight loss?
195 Obesity drug has little effect on heart in teens
196 Dulled Sense of Smell Might Predict Alzheimer's
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