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1 Starving snakes devour own hearts
2 Spiny cacti sprout tiny leaves
3 Dinosaurs sprinted across the planet
4 T. rex 'would outrun footballer'
5 Deadly virus linked to fruit bat
6 Camera scans into deepest space
7 Brazil denies Amazon logging link
8 Rich 'can pay poor to cut carbon'
9 Google Earth given celestial view
10 Sex education runs into trouble
11 PlayStation to record digital TV
12 Watching me, watching you
13 Tracking carbon through your phone
14 CIA 'launches Facebook for spies'
15 Monster attack steals user data
16 Director Bay joins DVD format war
17 Teflon may help fight resistant infections
18 Hawaii scientists examine feral cats
19 NASA weighs risk of shuttle launches
20 Study: Marine Bird Populations Declining
21 Room Spins After Teacher-Astronaut Lands
22 Hawaii Scientists Examine Feral Cats
23 Pentagon To Shut Anti-Terror Database
24 Tenn. Nuke Accident Hidden From Public
25 Levee Failure Has Disastrous Consequences
26 Google Adds Commercials To YouTube Videos
27 Alcoholic Energy Drinks Under Fire
28 Sexual Equality In Genetic Mutations?
29 Genetic Discrimination in the Military
30 Weird Creatures Found on Deep-Sea "Mountain Range"
31 NASA Eyes Space Shuttle Fuel Tank Fix
32 MTV ditches Microsoft
33 MTV, RealNetworks to Mount Challenge Against iTunes
34 NYT Confirms $150M HD DVD Exclusivity Deal
35 Google turns its attention to the stars
36 Google Earth gets Sky
37 Google Sky turns computer into telescope
38 Wal-Mart joins DRM-free party
39 Before You Bite Into That Apple...
40 Carriers Chosen for European iPhone
41 Apple Signs iPhone Deals for Europe, Report Says
42 Poll: Half of employers restrict Facebook
43 Facebook ban for 'half of all staff'
44 Half of companies block Facebook
45 Sharp Shows Thin Big-Screen LCD TV
46 Sharp develops super-thin LCD TV
47 New 'worlds thinnest telly' revealed
48 Zoho gears up for offline working
49 One Step Closer to Ditching MS Office for Zoho
50 Zoho Writer Going Offline. Whither Google?
51 Resumes: A Favorite Phishing Hole for Spammers
52 Monster.com Hit by a Monster Phishing Scam
53 Second vaccination against mumps urged
54 Second mumps vaccination urged for youth
55 In Women, Caffeine May Protect Memory
56 Caffeine may help women stay sharp
57 New tool accurately predicts prostate cancer
58 Study: Nutrition cannot replace drugs in treating Aids
59 Food 'no substitute' in HIV fight
60 City brings out big guns in fight against West Nile
61 U.S. health bitten hard by West Nile bug
62 High blood pressure often missed in children
63 Skin-care industry skipping out on science?
64 Mice provide important clues to obsessive-compulsive disorder
65 Gene triggers obsessive compulsive disorder-like syndrome in mice
66 Isolation of a new gene family essential for early development
67 Scientists find clue to mechanisms of gene signaling and regulation
68 Using Life's Building Blocks to Control Nanoparticle Assembly
69 Success after 22 years of research: synthesis of azadirachtin
70 60 second test could help early diagnosis of common brain diseases
71 Soccer burns more fat than jogging
72 Scientists discover important beauty secret for balanced skin color and tone
73 U of MN researchers discover noninvasive diagnostic tool for brain diseases
74 Shuttle brings space-grown strep bacteria back for study
75 Research Suggests New Options in Treating Skin Pigment Problems
76 Study finds environmental tests help predict hospital-acquired Legionnaires' disease risk
77 Why bad things can happen to the heart when 'good' cholesterol goes bad
78 Hinode helps unravel long-standing solar mysteries
79 SMART-1 diagnoses wrinkles and excess weight on the Moon
80 New University of Washington faculty member led technical development of Sky in Google Earth
81 Carnegie Mellon scientists investigate initial molecular mechanism that triggers neuronal firing
82 New hope for Huntington's sufferers
83 Vitamin E's lack of heart benefit linked to dosage
84 Carnegie mellon researchers look at fosil fuel impacts
85 Clicks on sponsored links lower than previously reported but show growth potential
86 Breaking up not so hard
87 Huge cataract backlog in Gauteng
88 School shooters may be shy
89 Virgin olive oil fights clots
90 Benefits of olive oil examined
91 Olive oil lowers blood pressure
92 Boozing ups stroke risk
93 U.S. Healthcare Paradox: The Best and Worst in the World
94 Strange Asteroids Baffle Scientists
95 Study: Chick Magnets Today Look Like Cavemen
96 Scientists Learn How to Manipulate Skin Color
97 Newfound Species Pushes Back Human-Ape Split
98 Diamonds Nearly as Old as Earth
99 T. Rex Could Outrun Humans
100 Divide and Conquer
101 Greatest Mysteries: How Did Life Arise on Earth?
102 Chimps practise self control
103 Low-energy neutrinos spotted
104 These mice are made for grooming
105 Diamonds found in Earth's oldest cystals
106 Oldest gorilla ages our joint ancestor
107 Chimps keep busy to control their urges
108 Bug-popping nanotubes promise clean surfaces
109 Crash destroys rocket ahead of X Prize contest
110 Deadliness of West Nile virus explained
111 Celestial add-on points Google Earth at the stars
112 T. rex could catch a human, simulations show
113 First Finding of a Metabolite in One Sex Only
114 Hubble Teams with Google to Bring the Cosmos Down to Earth
115 Skin-care Industry Skipping Out on Science?
116 Why Bad Things Can Happen to the Heart when "Good" Cholesterol Goes Bad
117 Researchers Help to Make Cars Smarter
118 Scientists Discover Blood Cancer Cell Survival Mechanism
119 More Evidence of Pollution Effects on Top Marine Predators
120 Arsenic Imports for Lumber Plunge; Center Sets Sights on Disposal
121 Folate Mystery Finally Solved
122 Metasearch Engine Digs Deeper, Faster for News
123 Climate Change Goes Underground
124 Like Ducks and Penguins, With Nervous Stomachs
125 In Google Earth, a Service for Scanning the Heavens
126 First finding of a metabolite in 1 sex only
127 YouTube Videos to Have 'Overlay' Ads
128 Six-tonne T. rex quicker than Becks, say scientists
129 Sharp develops super-thin LCD TV
130 Clicks on sponsored links lower than previously reported but show growth potential
131 Researchers look at fosil fuel impacts
132 Gene triggers obsessive compulsive disorder-like syndrome in mice
133 Using life's building blocks to control nanoparticle assembly
134 Scientists find clue to mechanisms of gene signaling and regulation
135 Scientists ask: Where have all the dolphins gone?
136 Fossil find pushes human-ape split back millions of years
137 Google Sky Turns Computer Into Telescope
138 Robotic Vacuum Gets a Redesign
139 Folate mystery finally solved
140 Scientists interpret physics behind invisibility cloaks
141 Engineers construct 220 million pixel computer display
142 Room Spins After Teacher-Astronaut Lands
143 Corals and climate change
144 Where did English summer go?
145 Dean Third-Most Intense Hurricane Ever
146 Critical problems for fresh water supplies in Pacific
147 Climate change goes underground
148 Hinode helps unravel long-standing solar mysteries
149 SMART-1 diagnoses wrinkles and excess weight on the Moon
150 Spinning a new horizon for electronics
151 Nanotubes Enable New Approach to Cancer Radiotherapy
152 Nanotweezers Unlock Anticancer Drug Secrets
153 Google Reverses, to Offer Video Refunds
154 Mattel Seeks to Shut Porn Web Site
155 Small Webcasters Offered Royalty Deal
156 EU Wants Europe-Wide Satellite Operators
157 China: Bloggers Should Use Real Names
158 Crash Test Videos Becoming Consumer Tool
159 Japan eyes chopsticks for biofuel
160 D-Cinema--coming soon to this movie theater
161 U.S. Records Yet Another Trade Deficit in Technology Product Markets
162 Tech Privacy Issues Remain Confounding
163 Playboy Fights Slump With Web Site
164 Phishing Attack Plunders Job Site
165 Study: Marine Bird Populations Declining
166 Scientists detect presence of marburg virus in african fruit bats
167 Hawaii Scientists Examine Feral Cats
168 How to share a bat
169 Challenges remain in reintroducing American chestnut
170 Why bad things can happen to the heart when 'good' cholesterol goes bad
171 Foreign students in Australia cheat scandal
172 Shuttle brings space-grown strep bacteria back for study
173 Folate mystery finally solved
174 Uni leads study on echidna sex life
175 Zoo: Cardiac Problems Killed Dolphin
176 Fungus May Halt Advance of Invasive Weed
177 Experts Tie Pigeon Dung, Bridge Collapse
178 60 second test could help early diagnosis of common brain diseases
179 Vitamin E's lack of heart benefit linked to dosage
180 Area responsible for 'self-control' found in the human brain
181 Scientists discover important beauty secret for balanced skin color and tone
182 Low-GI breakfast reduces children's appetite for the rest of the day
183 New hope for Huntington's sufferers
184 Scientists investigate initial molecular mechanism that triggers neuronal firing
185 Adult Psychiatric Drug OK'd for Kids
186 Study Finds No Link Between Working The Night Shift And An Increased Risk Of Cancer
187 New prion protein may offer insight into mad cow disease
188 Research may unlock mystery of autism's origin in the brain
189 MSU engineering team designs innovative medical device
190 Study Challenges Claim on AIDS Remedies
191 Bird flu and human flu are differentiated
192 Study: Smoking bans reduce smoking
193 Ruptured Eardrum May Signal Brain Injury
194 Survey: Seniors Have Sex Into 70s, 80s
195 A Winning Combination For The Treatment Of Cancer
196 Last Hope For Cambodia's Parachuting Bird
197 Do Higher Corn Prices Mean Less Adherence To Ecological Principles?
198 The Brain Doesn't Like Visual Gaps And Fills Them In
199 Working Toward New Energy With Electrochemistry
200 Ancient Organisms Discovered In Canadian Gold Mine
201 Milestone In The Regeneration Of Brain Cells
202 Where Have All The Dolphins Gone This Summer?
203 How Tumors Prevent Immune Cell Entry
204 Compounds That Color Fruits And Veggies May Protect Against Colon Cancer
205 Why Bad Things Can Happen To The Heart When 'Good' Cholesterol Goes Bad
206 Singer and ex-addict Ed Reed finds redemption in a CD and gigs
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