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1 Ants use manners to cut through crowds
2 Scientists positive there's negativity in space
3 Take a break to burn fat fast
4 Archaeologists excavate ancient tannery
5 Fisherman catches 'living fossil'
6 Air leak could hit shuttle launch
7 Electrical pulses 'rouse' patient
8 Eminem sues Apple over downloads
9 Prove you're human (do the math)
10 Nostalgia for a techno cul-de-sac
11 Teachers in websites closure call
12 Music and vice top games awards
13 Payments service 'goes offline'
14 Nokia opens India design studio
15 Stressful job link to depression
16 Are sex change operations justified?
17 Inherited cancer fear 'unfounded'
18 Brain-Injured Man Speaks After 6 Years
19 What Next? Pizza Hut School Of Nutrition?
20 Space Adventures Sees Wide Range of Public Space Travel
21 Medicine from space
22 Diebold e-voting flaws could compromise elections
23 Laser printers could be hazardous to health
24 Study: Printers Spew Potentially Dangerous Particles
25 Eminem versus Apple
26 Apple issues mega patch batch
27 Apple's 48 Security Fixes Include iPhone Updates
28 Mozilla patches Firefox vulnerability for a second time
29 Firefox Furnishes Further Flaw Fixes
30 TSA denounces airports' Registered Traveler program
31 Risky Business: Using Web Apps Over Wi-Fi
32 Jaws, Teeth of Earliest Bony Fish Discovered
33 Gene for Left-Handed Trait Discovered
34 Giant Bugs a Thing of the Past, Study Suggests
35 Plan to Dump Iron in Ocean as Climate Fix Attracts Debate
36 Brown clouds boost global warming
37 Implant boosts activity in injured brain
38 Black Death casts a genetic shadow over England
39 Old TV airwaves to be sold for wireless internet
40 Early springs show Siberia is warming fast
41 Perseid meteors set to dazzle
42 Asia's brown clouds heat the Himalayas
43 Sharing a joke could help man and robot interact
44 Leak on space shuttle Endeavour pinpointed
45 Orang-utan communication is like charades
46 Ovary transplant produces embryo in sister
47 Cassini probe may fly through Saturn moon's plume
48 International Food Supply a Soft Target for Terrorists
49 A Step Toward Advanced Sensors, Communications
50 Crystals on Meteorite Reveal Clues to Early Solar System Evolution
51 Pollution Amplifies Greenhouse Gas Warming Trends in Asia
52 In Matters of the Heart, Prevention Is Key
53 Mom, I'm at the Gym Doing Homework (Really!)
54 Man Regains Speech After Brain Stimulation
55 Chicagoans Protest as Indiana Lets a Refinery Add to Lake Pollution
56 Brazil, Alarmed, Reconsiders Policy on Climate Change
57 Russian explorers ready for epic North Pole plunge (Update)
58 Coelacanth fossil sheds light on fin-to-limb evolution
59 Alaskan earthquake in 2002 set off tremors on Vancouver Island
60 World first: Electrode implants boost brain-crippled patient
61 'Asian Brown Cloud' Particulate Pollution Amplifies Global Warming
62 Ctrl + Alt + Del if you've heard this one before
63 N/A
64 Using a magnet to tune a magnet
65 Music moves brain to pay attention, study finds
66 Researchers find gene for left-handedness
67 Brain-Injured Man Speaks After 6 Years
68 Electricity from body heat
69 Concern Increasing About Opportunity Rover
70 Purdue 'milestone' a step toward advanced sensors, communications
71 Companies Seek Control of '.us' Domain
72 Scientists Make Flexible, Polymer-Based Data Storage
73 Interplanetary networking: ESA's Mars Express will keep an eye on NASA's Phoenix
74 NASA Scrambles to Fix Shuttle Leak
75 Mapping mountains from space with GOCE
76 Digital archive casts new light on Apollo-era moon pictures
77 Spinning a new horizon for electronics
78 Automation of Nanotech Manufacturing May Be Ahead
79 MIT team cooks up simple fuel recipe
80 Mobile radio--look as you listen?
81 Spanish Farmers Modernize Water Control
82 Software Tool Plugs Security Leaks
83 Ultraclean Combustion Technology For Electricity Generation Fires Up in Hydrogen Tests
84 AOL Slows Decline but Faces Challenges
85 NEC, Hitachi develop Liquid Cooling System for Desktop PC with Liquid Cooled HDD
86 Scientists find why red beans and rice can be nauseating
87 Exotic foods becoming commonplace
88 Concerned Scientists criticize nuke plant
89 Synchrotron could help save the Tassie devil
90 The memory of water is a reality
91 Management consultants are often 'more project workers than ideas people'
92 New study demonstrates important role of glia in circadian timing
93 Scientists gain new understanding of adult stem cell regulation
94 COX-2 inhibitors delay pancreatic cancer precursors in mice
95 Ibuprofen restores learning ability in rats with liver failure
96 Scientists move closer to bio-engineered bladders
97 New test speeds up SARS detection
98 Shining light on pancreatic cancer
99 Molecule blocks gene, sheds light on liver cancer
100 Progesterone injections do not prevent preterm birth in twin pregnancies
101 Nutrition labels for alcohol proposed
102 3-D brain centers pinpointed
103 'Wake-Up Pill' Under Study to Treat Patients with Bipolar Disorder
104 Cholesterol-lowering drugs don't offset healthy choices, study finds
105 Study: Seafood a safer catch than expected
106 Altering a protein makes mice less fearful
107 Rotating shift workers have lower levels of serotonin
108 Cell damage caused by brushing may help keep gums healthy
109 New research shows saturated and trans fats increase risk of severe heart attacks
110 Worldwide distribution of cervical cancer virus is consistent with vaccine targets
111 Monkeys Learn in the Same Way as Humans, Psychologists Report
112 Researchers discover pathway that eliminates genetic defects in red blood cells
113 Researchers find family of 'on switches' that cause prostate cancer