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1 Analysts See 'Simply Incredible' Shrinking of Floating Ice in the Arctic
2 'Genius' DVDs can harm babies
3 'It might be life Jim...,' physicists discover inorganic dust with life-like qualities
4 Ideally Ordered Nanohole Patterned Media Enables Capacity Potential to 1.2TB for 2.5" HDD
5 Researchers directly deposit gold nanoparticles in suspension
6 X-ray images help explain limits to insect body size
7 Computers expose the physics of NASCAR
8 Research shows skeleton to be endocrine organ
9 Arctic climate study reveals impact of industrial soot
10 Scientists target future pandemic strains of H5N1 avian influenza
11 One of Deep Ocean's Most Turbulent Areas Has Big Impact on Climate
12 Researchers find culprit in aging muscles that heal poorly
13 Render smoke and fog without being a computation hog
14 What we can learn from the biggest extinction in the history of Earth
15 Evolution is driven by gene regulation
16 Ultrafast laser spectrometer measures heat flow through molecules
17 Physicists Take a Trip to Nuclear 'Island of Inversion'
18 Scientists produce functioning neurons from human embryonic stem cells
19 China panda fakes out docs with twins
20 Astronomers Spot Brightest Galaxies in the Distant Universe
21 Ultra-strong, flexible nanofiber-based 'paper' step closer to commercialization
22 Physicist opens new window on glass puzzle
23 Swarming starlings help probe plasma, crowds and stock market
24 Mixing Electricity and Water
25 Atlantic hurricane season will be above-normal: experts
26 Cities incite thunderstorms, researchers find
27 Rain forest protection works in Peru
28 Climate change and permafrost thaw alter greenhouse gas emissions in northern wetlands
29 Rocks under High Water Pressure
30 Galileo to support global search and rescue
31 Ford Announces Pricing for Sync System
32 Review: Stocks and Weather LCD Panels
33 AT&T Errs in Edit of Anti-Bush Lyrics
34 Squash Champion Leads Digital Cable Push
35 Interest Low, Segway User Group Folds
36 Giant 'pump-and-dump' spam scam hits computers
37 Prototype Internet Device Fails FCC Test
38 Biofuels shift seen to put major squeeze on food prices
39 Largest butterfly in Western Hemisphere needs help to avoid extinction
40 Chromatin remodeling complex connected to DNA damage control
41 Tropical insects 'go the distance' to inform rainforest conservation
42 A unique arrangement for egg cell division
43 Penguins march into new park
44 The Dutch cherish home births
45 Researchers turn mouse into factory for human liver cells
46 Hormone regulates fondness for food
47 Better mobility keeps seniors healthier
48 Some women benefit more from exercise when emphasis is on health, not appearance
49 Ancient plants spread seeds across seas
50 Global warming to step up after 2009
51 Scientists examine African dust link to hurricanes
52 Conservation Works: Falcons, Ferrets and Forests Benefit from Preservation Efforts
53 MRI Detects Early Breast Cancer Cells
54 Dust Cloud Sheds Light on Stellar Brightness Phenomenon
55 Ten-year climate model unveiled
56 Models 'key to climate forecasts'
57 Giant statue of Hadrian unearthed
58 Stargazers set sights on meteors
59 Soot 'influences Arctic climate'
60 Double-nosed dog not to be sniffed at
61 Robot vehicles take on tough jobs
62 Down on animal pharm
63 Universal sells songs without DRM
64 Best in show: emerging technology
65 How to mastermind a fake blog
66 Our uncanny ability to spot a fake
67 Prevention 'may not help elderly'
68 MRI scan 'out-performs' mammogram
69 Bones offer new hope for diabetes
70 Blood pressure home monitoring
71 TV Alzheimer's widow made advisor
72 Diabetes problems 'vitamin link'
73 Internet "Hunting" Mostly A Myth
74 Soot Sped Up Arctic Ice Melt, Study Says
75 Calif. Farm Town Is Nation's Smoggiest
76 DNA Tests ID Cows That Make Special Milk
77 Researcher: Texas 'Dead Zone' Shrinking
78 No Heart Risks Seen With Heartburn Meds
79 Tainted Toothpaste Took Unchecked Route
80 Sally Lehrman: Understanding evolution is crucial to debate
81 Chatroom: Molson Brewer Keith Villa
82 Why Universal Shut Out iTunes on DRM-Free Music
83 DRM: The hearse is right on schedule
84 Universal Snubs iTunes In Its Plan for DRM-Free Music Sales
85 Google's paid storage gives oxygen to e-mail hoarders
86 Google Rolls Out Storage Services
87 Google starts charging for extra storage
88 Your guide to the summer's best meteor show
89 Rare ferrets, rain forest and birds make gains
90 Resilient Juveniles Key to Ferrets' Rebound
91 Porn company sues Microsoft
92 Perfect 10 shows steep learning curve, sues Microsoft over thumbnails
93 Verizon Wireless picks up a sharp new RAZR 2
94 N/A
95 DVD Formats Square Off for Holidays
96 A Comparison of High-Def DVD Formats
97 Holiday shoppers could deliver knockout blow in high-def DVD fight
98 Search engine privacy report slammed as bias
99 YouTube helps catch sneaky laptop robber
100 Laptop thief shown on web fined
101 YouTube video helps catch New Zealand computer thief
102 Some iPhone customers finding dead spots on iPhone screens
103 A touch of death about the iPhone touchscreen?
104 IPhone Users Reporting "Dead Strips" on Touch Screens
105 Can Heartburn Drugs Harm Heart? No, Says FDA
106 US, Canada reviewing Nexium, see no heart risk
107 First human West Nile Virus case reported in Los Angeles
108 San Mateo County working to stave off West Nile
109 Women With Migraines at Higher Risk of Stroke
110 Scientists Discover Hormone That Controls Liking For Food
111 Appetite hormone controls eating pleasure
112 Some of us really are addicted to food
113 Cashews cause worse allergic response than peanuts
114 Science digs for a safer goober
115 Researchers try to reduce allergens in peanuts
116 Warming to Level Off, Then Speed Back Up, New Model Predicts
117 Bugs don't bug flies
118 Model approach to climate prediction
119 How antidepressant drugs work as roadblocks for brain chemicals
120 The best is the enemy of the good
121 Rising temperatures "will stunt rainforest growth"
122 Nano 'resonators' form tiny logic gate
123 Largest swarm of giant stars is a 'supernova factory'
124 Monsoon floods devastate South Asia
125 How the coelacanth got its fins
126 UK government warned over "Wild West" internet
127 Mini 'gamma camera' helps pinpoint breast cancer
128 Some of us really are addicted to food
129 Could alien life exist in the form of DNA-shaped dust?
130 Magnetic gravity trick grows perfect crystals
131 Drive-by-wire, Human Behavior Systems Key to Autonomous Vehicle
132 Investigators Uncover Intriguing Clues to Why Persistent Acid Reflux Sometimes Turns Into Cancer
133 Innovative Tagging Technique May Help Researchers Better Protect Fish Stocks
134 MRI scans might prevent breast cancer, study shows
135 Indian auto firms race to develop greener vehicles
136 Accuracy of forehead-scanning thermometers doubted
137 New vaccine may beat bird flu before it starts
138 Eating fish: good for heart, bad for environment?
139 China to map "every inch" of moon surface: report
140 China's iClone
141 Drinks on Demand
142 Coil design confines plasma in stellarator fusion reactor
143 Seismologists confirm Utah mine collapse caused temblor
144 Two proteins found on telomeres control DNA damage response pathways
145 Three-tonne meteorite stolen in Russia
146 Hypershort flash of visible light produces 'white' attosecond X-ray light
147 What makes Mars magnetic?
148 DVD Formats Square Off for Holidays
149 From microscopy to nanoscopy
150 Researcher: Texas 'Dead Zone' Shrinking
151 Arctic sea ice 'lowest in recorded history': scientists
152 Undersea mission aids development of self-test for stress and fatigue
153 China plans to survey 'every inch' of moon
154 Calif. Farm Town Is Nation's Smoggiest
155 Toll Records Trip Up Philanderers
156 Sony Delivers Fifth Generation AIT Format
157 EU children know Internet perils but unlikely to turn to parents: study
158 Hackers steal confidential data on 60,000 Norwegians
159 YouTube Video Helps Catch Thief
160 UMG Testing Sale of Unrestricted Tracks
161 Virtual Sex Machine Spawns Lawsuit
162 Wyo. Team Tracks Child Porn Predators
163 New, more direct pathways from outside the cell-to-cell nuclei discovered
164 UK Must Change Alzheimer's Drug Advice
165 MRI finds breast cancer before it becomes dangerous
166 Green tea boosts production of detox enzymes, rendering cancerous chemicals harmless
167 The Worst Jobs in Science 2007
168 Critical Mass: Do You 'Believe' In Electricity? [et al.]
169 How Now, Little Cow?
170 GAME THEORY: The Traveler's Dilemma
171 Taiji officials: Dolphin meat 'toxic waste'
172 Scientist at Work: Martin Nowak. In Games, an Insight Into the Rules of Evolution
173 In Thrust We Trust