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1 Tall and lanky? Blame your genes
2 Rocket fuel powers bionic arm
3 Surgeons using tissue to mend broken hearts
4 A universe of possibilities: Astronomy project seeks Internet volunteers to help sort out the galaxies
5 Lab Directors Jon and Christine Seidman: Meeting the Minds
6 Genetic link eyed in dogs' troubled ways
7 Spine tuning
8 Aquarium makes way for penguins
9 Ask Dr. Knowledge: What stops me from compressing a file on a computer until it takes no space?
10 Tufts researchers looking for evidence of life on Mars
11 Hogs 'no longer welcome in suburbia'
12 Why kissing means more to women
13 Scientists discover height gene
14 Livestock breeds face 'meltdown'
15 'Clearest' images taken of space
16 Sony confirms security problem
17 Gadgets 'ruin' film, claims Scott
18 Mobiles to become digital wallets
19 Nintendo dominates in console war
20 Schizophrenia trials 'promising'
21 Study: Men Men [sic] Go For Good Looks
22 Australia Urges Voluntary Emission Goals
23 Women May Need Different Heart Treatments
24 Court ends ban on navy sonar tests
25 Whales get blown off: Federal court says Navy can do sonar testing
26 Wii stiill ruules roost iin Jaapan
27 UPDATE 1--Sony PS3 narrows Nintendo Wii sales lead in Japan
28 Price pressure to intensify HD fight
29 New iPod Rumors Run Rampant
30 Software Notebook: Industry to dance to new iPod from Apple?
31 Apple, NBC at odds on pricing
32 Serial Crank Caller Miffs Bay Area 911
33 Crank caller tying up 911 dispatchers, cops with fake emergencies
34 911 dispatchers get earful from prankster
35 Google grows into a target
36 Iphone's deal with AT&T is toast
37 Iphone Unlocking Software Due Tomorrow: Wholesale Orders Only
38 The Uneasy Shift Towards Internet Media
39 iPhoneSIMfree to begin unlocks tomorrow
40 Windows Vista Update Due, But Don't Expect A Panacea
41 Diabetes treatment that could save 100,000 lives
42 Blood pressure drugs cut diabetes death risk
43 Psychiatrists Least Religious Among Physicians
44 Local livestock breeds at risk
45 Magnets harnessed to clean artwork
46 Acid rain may hit coastal waters hard
47 All about Craig: the first 'full' genome sequence
48 Auto Immune Response Creates Barrier to Fertility; Could be a Step Toward Speciation
49 Change from Arid to Wet Climate in Africa Had Significant Effect on Early Human Evolution
50 Stellar Firework in a Whirlwind
51 Nanomagnetic sponges to clean precious works of art
52 Breakthrough drug for schizophrenia
53 Growing living-tissue heart valves a reality in 3-5 years: study
54 Tiny carbon nanotubes show big germ-fighting potential
55 European Union OKs fusion project
56 Cosmic Cockroaches
57 Studying evidence from Ice Age lakes
58 Deadly fires finally out in Greece
59 500 days at Venus, and the surprises keep coming
60 Undersea WiFi can be made faster, says researcher
61 Chinese airline to launch inflight cell phone, Internet service
62 Pressure sensors in the eye
63 Study: Men Men [sic] Go for Good Looks
64 Science should be 'as exciting as science fiction' says Hawking
65 Nano Dandelions: Bundles of cysteine-lead nanowires spread into highly oriented structures
66 Fingerprinting fake coffee
67 New instrument covertly detects signals from illicit chemicals
68 Sexual Orientation Revealed by Body Type and Motion, Study Suggests
69 Tour De France Cyclists Have Big Hearts
70 Women May Need Different Heart Treatment
71 One man's genes show DNA is still a mystery
72 Dutch build towering wind turbines out at sea
73 Hello Kitty goes traditional for Japan's youth
74 Study links attention problems to early TV viewing
75 Concern Over Recognizing Serious Illness In Feverish Children
76 Inside The Brain Of A Crayfish
77 A Genetic Trigger For The Cambrian Explosion Unraveled?
78 Back To School: Cramming Doesn't Work In The Long Term
79 Up, Up And Away--To Venus
80 Molecular Pathway May Predict Chemotherapy Effectiveness
81 Seepage Of Drugs From Hog Farms Not An Environmental Problem, Study Suggests
82 Humpback Whales Recorded Clicking And Buzzing While Feeding For First Time
83 Rosetta's Target Comet: Lumpy, Bumpy, Fluffy And Layered
84 Aluminum In Breast Tissue: A Possible Factor In The Cause Of Breast Cancer
85 Kidney Matchmaking
86 Elusive waves observed in Sun's corona
87 Monkey See, Monkey Do
88 Math: Gift from God or Work of Man?
89 A New Type of Molecular Switch
90 Craig Venter's Genome
91 Electric Cars 2.0
92 Microsoft Allegedly Bullies and Bribes to Make Office an International Standard
93 Pecha Kucha: Get to the PowerPoint in 20 Slides Then Sit the Hell Down
94 Study: Humans' DNA not quite so similar
95 First individual human genome decoded
96 It's a knock out: eIF4E-specific anti-sense oligonucleotides knock down cancer
97 Novel insecticidal toxins from bacteria
98 Probiotic good bugs may control gut infections
99 Quick microchip test for dangerous antibiotic resistant bacteria
100 Bacteria inside red mites could be targeted to control poultry pests
101 Study reveals an ancient gene for lean
102 Burning extra calories with a 'futile protein cycle'
103 'Skinny gene' does exist, UT Southwestern researchers find
104 Reorganization of brain area for vision after stroke: May yield new treatments for brain injury
105 Overweight toddlers and those not in day care at risk for iron deficiency
106 3-D fruit fly images to benefit brain research
107 The aye-ayes have it: The preservation of color vision in a creature of the night
108 Unmasking DNA
109 'Heart' of Herschel to be presented to media
110 Pittsburgh scientists identify human source of stem cells with potential to repair muscle
111 Avocados May Help Prevent Oral Cancer, OSU Study Shows
112 Researchers Develop Simple Method to Create Natural Drug Products
113 Tropical crab invades Georgia oyster reefs--but the long-term impact can't be predicted
114 New Technique Producing Small Things in Large Quantities
115 Purdue researchers develop technology to detect cancer by scanning surface veins
116 Low level of neuronal receptor linked to mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease
117 Paracetamol, one of most used analgesics, could slow down bone growth
118 Stellar Firework in a Whirlwind
119 Mice stressed in simulated weightlessness show organ atrophy
120 Bacteria from sponges make new pharmaceuticals
121 New imaging technique reveals fatty hearts in pre-diabetics
122 Computer Scientists Take the Why out of WiFi