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1 Saturn moon looks like a sponge
2 Stem cells 'to boost' risky egg trade
3 Eucalypt genome to be sequenced
4 Good vibes power tiny generator
5 Hopes for better vCJD diagnosis
6 Viking voyage: The crew's diary
7 Oil plan casts shadow on Bolivia park
8 California inspires US revolt on climate
9 New fossil guard on beach patrol
10 Blackberry to go on sale in China
11 O2 'to get iPhone contract in UK'
12 Organic food 'better' for heart
13 Brazil gets cut-price Aids drug
14 Sandwiches 'rival crisps on salt'
15 Three-quarters of Britons snore
16 Martian dust storm affecting twin rovers
17 China To Bolster Toothpaste Rules
18 Gore on Libby, son's arrest, and '08 election
19 Dawn's two cosmic targets: Vesta and Ceres
20 Echoes from Before the Big Bang May Be Inaudible
21 Cassini scientists wring out details on spongy Hyperion
22 Stress Unlocks Fat Cells, Ups Obesity
23 Mars Rovers Lose Power as Massive Dust Storm Grows
24 Tokyo govt blasted for fish market relocation plan
25 And Yet More On the iPhone
26 Does Apple have the right to lock iPhone?
27 Affair with iPhone cools when handset breaks
28 And the UK partner for Apple's iPhone is...
29 Hyperion circles Saturn like a giant sponge
30 Hyperion harbours building blocks of life, says NASA
31 Perpetual motion machine hits 'technical' snag
32 Irish firm promise to display 'free-energy' machine
33 The heat is on Orbo
34 Europe May Give Boost to HD DVD Effort
35 HD format wars get murkier, dirtier as EU gets involved
36 Universal Confirms iTunes Contract Change
37 Apple denies big record label may quit iTunes
38 Denmark to Test Open XML, ODF
39 Massachusetts about-turns on Open XML
40 Linspire Joins Effort To Build OOXML Converters
41 LG sues Quanta over DVD patents
42 Dust Storm Affecting Mars Rovers
43 Traditional Radio to Pay for Play?
44 Net Radio: Labels Offer Compromise on Royalty Fees
45 Study finds chocolate good for the heart
46 A Little Daily Dark Chocolate Reduces Blood Pressure, New Study
47 Dark chocolate in a medicinal light
48 Childhood asthma gene identified by scientists
49 Study: organic tomatoes healthier
50 Do Sunscreens Have You Covered?
51 Screening Sunscreens
52 Study hits highs
53 High altitude flights spark symptoms: study
54 Amoebae control cheating by keeping it in the family
55 UF scientists work to develop simple bladder cancer test
56 Prion propagates in foreign host
57 Chickens also orientate themselves by the Earth's magnetic field
58 Research ends debate over benefits of butterfly defenses
59 Study advances vCJD prion detection
60 Biomedical engineers use electric pulses to destroy cancer cells
61 Specific type of cell death may accelerate decompensated heart failure
62 Birds take cues from their competitors
63 How pain distracts the brain
64 Tracing Parkinson's lethal mechanism
65 Insects to solve crimes
66 Progenika Biopharma presents a biochip that guarantees safety in blood transfusions
67 Holograms make for better vision tests
68 Kamchatka volcano blows its top
69 Exercise in Elderly Proven to Improve Quality of Life
70 Wesley Research Institute study targets pharmacists to help diabetes sufferers
71 K-State researcher working on a way to make snack foods with extra fiber
72 SNAP--Patches and Stop
73 Thais consider family condom
74 Drug to fade bad memories?
75 Drinking problem in US
76 Female circumcision un-Islamic
77 Baby Dino Skeleton Sheds Light on Growth
78 Wine: Kills Germs on Contact
79 Thanks a Lot! Bugs Help Invasive Weeds Win
80 Key to Giant Space Sponge Revealed
81 New Measurement: Earth Smaller Than Thought
82 Migratory Birds Steal Information from Locals
83 Consumers Not So Hot For Green Technology
84 Nobody's Swallowing Fed's $1 Billion of Nutrition Education
85 Most Sunscreens Aren't Up to the Task
86 Mars Rovers Lose Power as Massive Dust Storm Grows
87 The Last Word: Men Talk as Much as Women
88 New Theory on How Twins Form
89 Ancient Greenland Was Actually Green
90 Super-eruption: no problem?
91 DNA reveals a green Greenland
92 The tusk detective
93 Second space 'hotel' model launched
94 Oldest frozen DNA reveals a greener Greenland
95 Gender-bending avatars inspire less trust
96 Raging dust storm halts Mars rover's progress
97 Bird song goes out of fashion too
98 New display turns up the heat on LCDs
99 Plague of bioweapons accidents afflicts the US
100 Gene variation raises asthma risk by 60%
101 Organic tomatoes have more antioxidants
102 Prion Propagates in Foreign Host
103 Theoretical Physicists Organize to Stem 'Outsourcing'
104 In Sweden, It's Global Warming vs. Big Heavy Cars
105 Experts Mostly Back Way U.S. Reacted in TB Case
106 All Child-Play and No Workouts Make Dad an Unfit Boy
107 Embryo Sifting Fares Poorly in One Study
108 New light clock concept explains time dilation in special relativity
109 Google loses court battle to German upstart
110 Kamchatka volcano blows its top
111 Martian Dust Storm Affecting Twin Rovers
112 New York, the city that roars 24/7, is forced to quiet down
113 Climate change blamed for missing lake
114 Blackberry coming to China
115 Apple to limit European launch of iPhone in 2007
116 Research ends debate over benefits of butterfly defenses
117 Oldest DNA Ever Recovered Suggests Earth Was Warmer
118 Sea anemone genome provides new view of our multi-celled ancestors
119 Amoebae control cheating by keeping it in the family
120 Prion propagates in foreign host
121 Chickens also orientate themselves by the Earth's magnetic field
122 Birds take cues from their competitors
123 Butterfly's DNA may alter Ice Age data
124 Researchers working on a way to make snack foods with extra fiber
125 Fossils of Asia's heaviest dinosaur found
126 Wolves of Alaska became extinct 12,000 years ago, scientists report
127 Japan May Have Oldest Whale Fossil
128 'Sundried tide'--silent, natural disaster
129 Lab tests throw up new path for Parkinson's
130 Yawning seen to cool the brain
131 Specific type of cell death may accelerate decompensated heart failure
132 Ebony and ivory: mixed British twins celebrate birthday
133 Link between immune system and mammary gland could shed new light on breast cancer
134 Bird flu outbreak confirmed in France
135 Biomedical engineers use electric pulses to destroy cancer cells
136 Wash. to Set Medical Marijuana Limits
137 Holograms make for better vision tests
138 Exercise in elderly proven to improve quality of life
139 UF scientists work to develop simple bladder cancer test
140 Alaska shoreline rapidly eroding
141 Storm delays Mars rover's crater descent
142 Bird flu found near France-Germany border
143 HealthSmarts: Getting enough shut-eye?
144 Study finds uses for jellyfish material
145 Fossils of Asia's heaviest dinosaur found
146 Kamchatka Volcano Blows Its
147 New 'Longboat Delivery System' Could Mean More Potent Anti-cancer Drugs
148 Consumption Of Small Amounts Of Dark Chocolate Associated With Reduction In Blood Pressure
149 What Is The Effect Of Using Nicotine Patches During Pregnancy?
150 Wolves Of Alaska Became Extinct 12,000 Years Ago, Scientists Report
151 Moving Ahead With Guidelines To Control Indoor Mold Contamination
152 What's The Backscatter Of Your Beer? Ultrasound Technology Tracks Microbial Growth In Fermentations
153 New Medical Implants Should React With The Body, Not Seek To Be Inert, Expert Says
154 Reap What Your Ancestors Sowed: Cheating Has Long-term Consequences In Evolution Of Cooperation
155 Ain't misbehaving
156 Port and Walnuts
157 Examine the data, not the author
158 Charting Greed for All Things Green
159 Archaeologists work to dig up history without using a shovel
160 Can Mosquitoes Fight Malaria?
161 George Whitesides: The Harvard chemistry professor and nanotech pioneer turns to energy.
162 Controlling Lasers with Chaos
163 Saving the Banana
164 Next-Gen Car Batteries Promise Longer Life, More Power
165 Meet the 'IPhoney': How to Roll Your Own IPhone
166 Hey America, Make With the!@~$ High-Speed Rail Already
167 Laptops-for-All Project Shoots for $50 Each
168 New Robot Whacks Weeds
169 Man Killed By Exploding Cell Phone
170 Google Loses 'GMail' Rights In Germany
171 Firefox Partners With EBay For Branded EBay Browser
172 Study: Women don't talk more than guys
173 Tropical cyclone less likely in Atlantic: NHC
174 NASA to launch asteroid mission Sunday
175 Mars Rovers Lose Power as Massive Dust Storm Grows
176 Protestors strip, don horns against Spain's running of the bulls
177 Sexual problems could lead to rhinos' extinction
178 Japan may have oldest right whale fossil
179 Chinese eat dinosaur bones as medicine
180 In Congress, a raft of 'fix it' ideas
181 Wash. to set medical marijuana limits
182 Heavy moms who shed pounds still have big babies
183 Botox shots may help kids with cerebral palsy
184 Health Tip: Keeping Seniors on Their Feet
185 Enzyme Damage Could Be Key to Parkinson's
186 Timing of Breast Cancer Drug Affects Cardiac Risk: Study
187 Most Sunscreens Aren't Up to the Task
188 Mossberg: Apple working on Adobe Flash support for iPhone
189 International iPhone rumors: Germany, France and the UK
190 Apple may extend multi-touch to computer mice
191 Apple update rids "popping sounds" from Intel-based Macs
192 iPhone video teardown reveals Samsung, Intel, Balda design wins
193 Apple's iPhone: an initial (but in-depth) review
194 AmTech: iPhone to become fastest selling Apple product in history
195 How to port 'ineligible' mobile numbers to AT&T and iPhone
196 AppleInsider reviews Apple iPhone: revolutionary, a seemingly impossible reality
197 Philadelphia Inquirer: Apple iPhone rocks!
198 BusinessWeek reviews Apple iPhone: Worth the wait, 4.5 out of 5
199 Scientific audio quality tests show Apple did well with iPhone
200 Mossberg answers Apple iPhone questions; says Flash plug-in coming for iPhone's Safari
201 DVD Jon publishes info for activating Apple iPhone without AT&T (phoneless iPhone)
202 Apple patent filing shows multi-touch mouse
203 Report: AT&T passes 1 million iPhone activations milestone
204 Pogue's awesome iPhone period-typing shortcut
205 iPhone halo effect should further boost Apple Mac sales