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1 Nose job turns dancing queen into macho man
2 Shark blood changes all the time
3 Phoenix space probe takes off for icy Mars
4 Sugar-rushes keep bats airborne
5 The slippery slope of winter sports
6 Low-cost PC aims at rural China
7 Fake Steve Jobs blogger unmasked
8 Opinion: Pulling ads from BNP Facebook pages is absurd
9 State of Play: Why I play games
10 Boneshaker shows loose hip joint
11 Maputo seizes 'toxic toothpaste'
12 Britons embarrassed about condoms
13 India rejects Novartis challenge
14 Sun, sightseeing and plastic surgery
15 A Union For Bloggers?
16 A Looming Shortage Of IP Addresses
17 How Long Foods Stay Fresh In Fridge
18 Sweet Dreams? Not With That Old Pillow
19 Illinois Flu Vaccine Donation Destroyed
20 Exploring Mars
21 Cargo ship docks at space station
22 Light patterns help identify early pancreatic cancer
23 Discoveries: Smells may account for gender differences [et al.]
24 Poison ivy is Brookline man's passion
25 Ask Dr. Knowledge: How can a person drill a hole into glass?
26 Bending it like Beckham takes practice, physics
27 Image of the Day: Phaser Locked on Target
28 Image of the Day: We Are Stardust, We Are Golden
29 Image of the Day: It Just Impacted on the Surface
30 Image of the Day: Heavy Metal Thunder
31 Image of the Day: Corona Extra
32 Image of the Day: Experimental Jet Set, Test, and No Pilot
33 Canada counts its sharks but is fishery viable?
34 Sex Tree, Other Medicinal Plants Near Extinction in Uganda
35 Lander targets Mars' water
36 Fake Steve Jobs Blogger Exposed as Forbes Editor
37 Fake Steve Jobs, Banksy, and the cult of anonymity
38 Fake Steve Jobs unmasked
39 Fake Steve Jobs outed
40 A new view of space
41 Microsoft gives 3D look at space shuttle
42 Software Notebook: Microsoft photo software to showcase space shuttle
43 Undercover hack rumbled by hackers
44 Only at DEFCON: Dateline NBC nailed, trying to nail Feds, hackers
45 The Incapacitating Flashlight
46 Flashlight Weapon Makes Targets Throw Up
47 Don't Go Toward the Light
48 Bloggers Consider Forming Labor Union
49 N/A
50 Bloggers seeking to form a labor union
51 Nothing on TV? Streaming appeals to niche crowds
52 BitTorrent to stream movies, TV shows for free
53 Nothing to Watch on TV? Streaming Video Appeals to Niche Audiences
54 I.B.M. Near Supercomputer Contract
55 Group to award IBM contract to build supercomputer, report says
56 Report: IBM Receives $200M Contract For Goverment Super Computer
57 Chrysler Gambles on Minivans
58 Chrysler Tries to Reinvent Minivan
59 Chrysler: New Company, New CEO, New Minivans
60 The perils of mah-jongg
61 Dozens Indicted In Puerto Rico Medical Fraud
62 Foot-and-mouth flood theory probed
63 See what you're spewing as you speed along
64 Human knowledge is based upon directed connectivity between brain areas
65 Taking a supplement of glycine, a food additive, helps to prevent degenerative diseases such as arthrosis or osteoporosis
66 A pioneering study opens roads for tailor-made antidepressants
67 Research team enlightens the reasons for severe blindness
68 Fine as North Dakota wine
69 Anthrax bacterium's deadly secrets probed
70 Electrical implant steadies balance disorder in animals
71 UCF Research Links Protein, Stem Cells and Potential Alzheimer's Treatment
72 Teamwork between 2 key proteins necessary for normal development and regulation of red blood cells
73 In a Scientific First, Einstein Scientists Discover the Dynamics of Transcription in Living Mammalian Cells
74 Satellite tracking will help answer questions about penguin travels
75 Can hemp help the everglades?
76 First Light for World's Largest 'Thermometer Camera'
77 Sunspot abundance linked to heavy rains in East Africa
78 Largest transiting extrasolar planet found around a distant star
79 Nanoparticle technique could lead to improved semiconductors
80 Northeastern U researchers answer long-standing question in the field of condensed matter physics
81 Monster galaxy pileup sighted
82 New medical college study finds limited English proficiency, barrier to safe prescription use
83 Tipping points: Symposium to explore connection between agriculture and global change
84 IUDs safe and effective in high-risk patients
85 Theory of facial aging gets a facelift from UT Southwestern researchers
86 Promoting Child Safety with Computers
87 Fat is the new normal, FSU researcher says
88 High Blood Pressure Problems Largely Misunderstood by Sufferers
89 Novel candidate biomarker for heart failure also strongly predicts risk of death
90 Angry men get ahead
91 Poisoned by your printer?
92 Aussies face lifelong hangovers
93 The myth of the violent sleepwalker
94 Foot and mouth disease returns to the UK
95 Container ship rams research vessel
96 Fast food branding makes children prefer happy meals
97 Largest merger of galaxies discovered
98 Three ways to levitate a magic carpet
99 Largest known exoplanet puzzles astronomers
100 Bitter irony of latest foot and mouth outbreak
101 Screen swivels its crystals for a better view
102 Invention: Blood-staunching bandages [et al.]
103 Rubber finger probes sense of touch
104 Theory of Facial Aging Gets a Facelift from Researchers
105 Tipping Points
106 Exploiting Wrinkles Reveals Basic Properties of Materials
107 N/A
108 Satellite Tracking Will Help Answer Questions About Penguin Travels
109 N/A
110 Can Hemp Help the Everglades?
111 Researchers Developing Diagnostic 'Lab on a Chip'
112 N/A
113 Professor Puts Swing's Rhythm to Music
114 I.B.M. Near Supercomputer Contract
115 Greening Up by Cutting Down on Plastic Bags
116 Killer fungus goes airborne
117 Researchers Work to Track North American Climate Change
118 Bridge Skin Could Reveal Cracks and Corrosion Beneath
119 N/A
120 Scientists Gear Up Fo Next Steps at Homestake Underground Lab
121 Researchers Answer Long Standing Question in the Field of Condensed Matter Physics
122 Regulations may shake up US mobile telephone market
123 How cells change the pace of their steps
124 Nissan Shows Safety Technology
125 Nanoparticle technique could lead to improved semiconductors
126 PayPal Founder Slides in New Direction
127 Fat is the new normal, researcher says
128 History shows degrees are worth more than a bigger pay packet
129 Human knowledge is based upon directed connectivity between brain areas
130 94 percent of spam-advertised online scams are hosted on individual Web servers
131 Researchers answer long-standing question in the field of condensed matter physics
132 Largest transiting extrasolar planet found around a distant star
133 Spitzer Spies Monster Galaxy Pileup
134 Nano-boric acid makes motor oil more slippery
135 Researchers developing diagnostic 'lab on a chip'
136 Not all embryonic stem cell lines are created equal
137 Entombed Microbes Flourish Again in Lab
138 Divide-and-conquer strategy key to fast protein folding
139 Scientist float levitation theory
140 LCLS Beam Already in Action
141 Alternative Mars volcanism theory offered
142 Probing Question: Why does the Earth rotate?
143 Mine Collapse Was the Quake, not Vice Versa
144 NASA Selects Astrophysics Projects for New Science on the Moon
145 First light for word's largest 'thermometer camera'
146 Can hemp help the everglades?
147 Blogger Outed: 'Fake Steve' Is Dan Lyons
148 Music Publishers Join YouTube Lawsuit
149 Bloggers Consider Forming Labor Union
150 MySpace weakness patched, hacker's profile deleted
151 See what you're spewing as you speed along
152 Hackers sought as allies in war on terrorism and cyber crime
153 Genetic analysis finds greater threat in frog-killing fungus
154 Scientists discover dynamics of transcription in living mammalian cells
155 UK firm: Don't burn bodies, boil them
156 'Fast Food Dads' stereotype a myth according to new research
157 Satellite tracking will help answer questions about penguin travels
158 Cornell study shows wine labels can ruin a restaurant meal
159 Biologist traces coconut's history through DNA
160 Anthrax bacterium's deadly secrets probed
161 High blood pressure problems largely misunderstood by sufferers
162 ADHD appears to be associated with depressed dopamine activity in the brain
163 Exercise and mental stimulation both boost mouse memory late in life
164 Link identified between Alzheimer's disease and glaucoma
165 Odd Treadmill May Help Stroke Survivors
166 New research links proteins, stem cells and potential Alzheimer's treatment
167 Researchers link metal ions to neurodegenerative disease
168 Genetic factors strongly shape how peers are chosen
169 In women, caffeine may protect memory
170 Old McDonald's has a hold on kids' taste buds, study finds
171 Britain suspects second foot and mouth outbreak