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1 Australians want slice of fusion pie
2 Bizarre star with tail in whale
3 Talc keeps killer quakes at bay
4 HIV's double hit on brain cells
5 Baby scans: do we need them?
6 Leeches 'save lorry driver's leg'
7 Wikipedia edits
8 Super solution for Rubik's cube
9 Bluetooth helps Facebook friends
10 Uganda and Congo's troubled waters
11 US agencies boost satellite use
12 Cleverest crows opt for two tools
13 Atlantic yields climate secrets
14 Giant star Mira leaves gifts
15 Ocean Currents And Climate Change
16 Chinese Couple Names Baby "@"
17 Learning Foreign Language Via The Web
18 Bridge Safety Gets Help From Above
19 Changing Reality With A Mouse Click
20 Air Pollution Hurts Young Hearts, Too
21 Take A Walk To Lower Your Blood Pressure
22 Study: "Drug Infested" Schools On Rise
23 Japan's record heat kills 7
24 Heatwave bakes Japan amid worries of power shortage
25 In global warming, all research is local
26 How better-fed cows could cool the planet
27 Clues from hurricane 'fingerprints'
28 Final test to help NASA decide on repairing shuttle
29 NASA awaits final test data before decision on repair
30 Astronomers surprised by star with comet-like tail
31 Astronomers find bizarre comet-like tail behind star
32 Skype Bug Locks Out European Users
33 Many Skype Users Unable to Make Calls
34 Logitech Unveils iPod Speakers
35 Logitech introduces new high-end iPod speaker system
36 StarOffice available free of charge through Google Pack
37 Google Distributes Sun's StarOffice for Free
38 Google and Sun tag team MS Office
39 Google Distributing Sun StarOffice
40 Google begins to distribute Sun's StarOffice software
41 Google Now on a Collision Course with Microsoft
42 Wikipedia Scanner outs Vatican, CIA
43 Earthquake faults rupture faster than thought
44 Earthquakes can move faster than thought: study
45 Philips gear syncs music with devices
46 Philips Follows Sony's Lead, Adds Bluetooth, IPod Dock
47 Apple Lays AppleWorks to Rest
48 RIP: Apple Lays AppleWorks Suite To Rest
49 AppleWorks is dead. Long live AppleWorks?
50 Numbers '08
51 Apple's Numbers the Big Draw in iWork '08, Users Say
52 RIP AppleWorks
53 UW won't bow to Disney's demand
54 A 300-page iPhone Bill?
55 Bulky iPhone Bills Land in Mailboxes
56 How many trees did your iPhone bill kill?
57 Massive iPhone Bill No More Thanks To The Power Of The Internet
58 A Little Somethin' Extra with Your New iPhone
59 FDA to Review Safety of Cold Remedies for Kids
60 West Nile Virus Kills 15 In U.S., Says CDC
61 Some Baby Bibs Said to Contain Levels of Lead
62 Are Abortion Pills Better Than Surgical Procedures?
63 Abortions by pill no riskier later, report says
64 Women Who Undergo Medical, Surgical Abortions Have Similar Risk of Tubal Pregnancy, Miscarriage in Future Pregnancies, NEJM Study Says
65 Children need fat in food, say experts
66 Children 'should not be put on low-fat diets'
67 Half an Hour for Health
68 Exercise is key in keeping adults healthy
69 Snakes strike back at starvation
70 Long-term memory gets wiped
71 Mice can smell greenhouse gas
72 Cosmic 'train wreck' defies dark matter theories
73 Forget biofuels--burn oil and plant forests instead
74 Crows wield tools with human-like skill
75 Scientists Take Underwater Robot on Black Sea Expedition
76 Dark Matter Mystery Deepens in Cosmic "Train Wreck"
77 Uncertainty of Rainfall Breeds Cooperation in Birds
78 Computing Breakthrough Could Elevate Security to Unprecedented Levels
79 Mice Use Specialized Neurons to Detect CO2 in the Air
80 Structure of 450 Million Year Old Protein Reveals Evolution's Steps
81 Scientists Re-trace Evolution Via Ancient Protein
82 Innovative Uranidrome Observatory Provides Unique Learning Lab
83 Memory Machine
84 Pronouns Aid Brain Function
85 The Science Behind Crispy Snacks
86 Google Distributing Sun Office Software
87 Anthrax vaccine produces immunity with nanoparticles, not needles
88 Water for biofuels or for food: it's one or the other
89 Researchers design humorous 'bot'
90 New caledonian crows find 2 tools better than 1
91 Physicists discover 'super crystals' in a semiconductor
92 Many Skype Users Unable to Make Calls
93 MIT team aims to optimize chip designs
94 Dark matter mystery deepens in cosmic 'train wreck'
95 All change at the Earth's core
96 Researchers develop method for mass production of nanogap electrodes
97 Memory machine: Molecule stores memories in neocortex
98 Structure of 450 million year old protein reveals evolution's steps
99 Computing breakthrough could elevate security to unprecedented levels
100 Compact Disc Celebrates 25th Anniversary
101 Nanoscale blasting adjusts resistance in magnetic sensors
102 First genome transplant changes one species into another
103 'String' theory offers insight into catastrophic failure
104 Photons on the Half Shell
105 Astronauts Run Through Repair Methods
106 Chathams research challenges theory on New Zealand prehistory
107 13 dead as Japan endures hottest ever day
108 University of Delaware scientists take underwater robot on Black Sea expedition
109 Internet use could kill off local newspapers, study finds
110 Longtime Rivals IBM, Sun to Collaborate
111 Solar Sensors Could Monitor Bridges
112 China buys an IBM supercomputer
113 Bugs on Bugs
114 Mice use specialized neurons to detect carbon dioxide in the air
115 Mother's little helpers
116 Shaky financial ground awaits many American retirees
117 Savanna habitat drives birds, and perhaps others, to cooperative breeding
118 Self-fertility in fungi--the secrets of 'DIY reproduction'
119 Genetic phonetics could be the trick to sounding out DNA's meaning
120 Penn researchers discover new mechanism for viral replication
121 Is ultrasound as useful as we think?
122 Fat still on the children's menu
123 N.M.: Won't Oversee Marijuana Production
124 Blood-clotting protein may be new target for Alzheimer's drugs
125 Role seen for cannabis in helping to alleviate allergic skin disease
126 Can cancer drugs combine forces?
127 Brain imaging reveals breakdown of normal emotional processing
128 Tumors use enzyme to recruit regulatory T-cells and suppress immune response