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1 How We Localize Surround Sound
2 Solar Cells with 60% Efficiency?
3 Integral discovers the galaxy's antimatter cloud is lopsided
4 480 million-year-old fossil sheds light on 150-year-old paleontological mystery
5 Helicopter silencers used to turn all surfaces stereo
6 Disrupting common parasites' ability to 'talk' to each other reduces infection
7 Earth: A Borderline Planet for Life?
8 Evolution of the Sexes: What a Fungus Can Tell Us
9 The leading 'edge': plastic fibre slashes network costs
10 Why it pays to be choosy
11 Quakes under Pacific floor reveal unexpected circulatory system
12 Hypnosis study reveals brain's 'amnesia centers'
13 'Invisibility cloaks' could break sound barriers
14 Galaxy may hold hundreds of rogue black holes
15 Will Boeing's 787 Be Safe From Hackers?
16 Small RNAs can prevent spread of breast cancer
17 Track People from your PC with PocketFinder
18 Proton-powered pooping
19 Fluorescent Chinese pig passes on trait to offspring
20 Solar Cells Can Take the Heat
21 Stem cell treatment could work in decade: scientist
22 Sprint Shows Off WiMax Devices
23 An 'attractive' man-machine interface
24 Printable, Flexible Carbon-Nanotube Transistors
25 NIST reference materials are 'gold standard' for bio-nanotech research
26 New nanostructured thin film shows promise for efficient solar energy conversion
27 Ames Laboratory beefing up magnets for electric-drive cars
28 Rough times: NIST's new approach to surface profiling
29 Graphene makes movement easy for electrons
30 Two unusual older stars giving birth to second wave of planets
31 When Worlds Collide: Have Astronomers Observed the Aftermath of a Distant Planetary Collision?
32 New X-ray source in nearby galaxy spawns mystery
33 Researchers alarmed by levels of mercury and arsenic in Chinese freshwater ecosystem
34 US shuttle glitches may delay Hubble mission: NASA
35 Hidden Population of Powerful Black Holes Revealed in Large Sky Survey
36 Alaska researcher changes asteroid orbit
37 Wi-Fi Camera Card Gets a CES Prize
38 Bed Brings Tech to Bedroom in New Way
39 ASUS Unveils World's First Terabyte Notebook at CES 2008
40 Pocket-sized gadgets get picture projection power
41 LG Electronics Checking Laptop Explosion
42 Japan 2007 Game Sales at Record High
43 Toy Joins Guitar and 'Guitar Hero'
44 GPS Devices Balloon With Features
45 Line Blurs Between Flash, Hard Drives
46 Heineken, Krups to Sell BeerTender in US
47 Siberian jays can communicate about behavior of birds of prey
48 Silver-rich lumps: Large cluster complexes with almost 500 silver atoms
49 True story? Men prefer 'chick flicks' when they are explicitly fictionalized
50 Research sheds light on the mechanics of gene transcription
51 Surprise--cholesterol may actually pose benefits, study shows
52 Exercising judgment: The psychology of fitness
53 Radioactive 'Understudy' May Aid Medical Imaging, Drug Development
54 Transplant drug sirolimus shrinks tumors, improves lung function
55 Study suggests new treatments for Huntington's disease
56 Report: 'Healthy' food not so healthy
57 FDA Cracks Down on Custom-Made Hormones
58 Divorce may widen distance between teens, fathers
59 Researchers find key to stopping cancer in its tracks
60 Methadone even at therapeutic levels can kill
61 Staying active and drinking moderately is the key to a long life
62 Novel chromosome abnormality appears to increase risk of autism
63 Huntington's disease problem start early
64 Overweight people may not know when they've had enough
65 Brits battle antibiotic overuse
66 Electronic chip appears to help obese
67 How less can be more when treating some kidney cancers
68 Molecular Basis Of Monarch Butterfly Migration Discovered
69 Astronomy Team Discovers Ancestors Of Milky Way-type Galaxies
70 Reversal Of Alzheimer's Symptoms Within Minutes In Human Study
71 Mysterious Explosion Detected In The Distant Past, Halfway Back To Big Bang
72 Humans Have Caused Profound Changes In Caribbean Coral Reefs
73 Researchers Use Magnetic Fields, Rather Than Drugs, To Control Cellular Signaling
74 Mechanisms Of Common Inherited Mental Retardation Uncovered
75 Lack Of Imagination In Older Adults Linked To Declining Memory
76 One Crystal That Nature May Have Missed
77 Physicist Reads Solar System's History In Grains Of Comet Dust
78 Staying Active And Drinking Moderately Is The Key To A Long Life, Study Suggests
79 New Light Shed On The Mechanics Of Gene Transcription
80 Statin Use May Be Associated with Reduced Cancer Risk, Says Study
81 Mathematicians Find Way To Improve Medical Scans
82 Connection Between Job Loss And Poor Health Confirmed
83 Celiac Disease: Discovery Of Enzyme's Structure May Lead To New Treatments
84 Can A Smell Test Predict Parkinson's Disease?
85 Healthy Smile May Promote A Healthy Heart
86 Fresh Water For The World's Poorest
87 'Green' Energy Efficient Mobile Home Designed
88 Study: Monkeys 'pay' for sex by grooming
89 Aging AIDS patients beset by complex health problems
90 Earth's Plates May Take a Break
91 Cosmic web to be unravelled
92 When a pound of cure is too much
93 God, Science and an Unbeliever's Utopia
94 The new, new things of 2007
95 Second thoughts on life, the universe and everything by world's best brains
96 Science's Social Effects
97 Magnetic Cell Therapy
98 A Better Battery for Laptops
99 Gene Therapy for Alcoholics
100 Hubble's Final Servicing Mission
101 2007 WD5 Mars Collision Effectively Ruled Out As Impact Odds Widen To 1 In 10000
102 Japanese satellite flops at map-making: official
103 Alaska researcher changes asteroid orbit
104 Mystery gamma-ray source pinned to vampire stars
105 Vast Cloud Of Antimatter Traced To Binary Stars
106 MESSENGER Team Receives First Optical Navigation Images Of Mercury As Flyby Approaches
107 Galaxy May Hold Hundreds Of Rogue Black Holes
108 Japan temperatures could rise five degrees by 2100: panel
109 New Book Reveals An Evolutionary Journey Of The Human Body
110 Ames Laboratory Is Beefing Up Magnets For Electric-Drive Cars
111 Solar Cells Can Take The Heat
112 The Untold Story: How the iPhone Blew Up the Wireless Industry
113 Steal This Wi-Fi
114 Pixel: Photoshop for the Linux Crowd
115 Opera Headed to the iPhone? Not So Fast
116 Macworld Highlights: Look for Upgrades, iPhone Apps
117 Macworld Software Highlights: Better Leopard, New Office, HD iTunes
118 Second Life Bans Traditional Banking
119 Apple Plotting an Avon Power Play?
120 Crazy CES Revelations That Won't Happen
121 Deliciously Over-Engineered Gadgets Loom on the Horizon
122 CES: Delphi's Dashboard of the Future
123 Columnist Scott Brown Is Bringing Geeky Back With His Nerd Year's Resolutions
124 Backyard Astrophotographer Captures Gorgeous Images of Nebula
125 Video of Beautiful and Mysterious Chemical Reactions
126 Glowing pig passes genes to piglets
127 Asteroid impact on Mars said less likely
128 Colossal Black Hole Shatters the Scales
129 Milky Way could hold hundreds of rogue black holes: study
130 Faraway Planets Collided, Study Suggests
131 Groups to sue for polar bear protection
132 Australian ship leaves to track Japanese whalers
133 Tiger attack puts focus on zoo director
134 Stem cell bank proposed
135 Stem cell treatment could work in decade: scientist
136 Study: Rare gene change linked to autism
137 Britain eyes Swedish law on sex workers
138 Nepal radio breaks taboos to fight HIV/AIDS
139 China parents to sue over "tainted" umbilical blood
140 5 Factors Help Predict Psychosis in Children
141 Family meals may lower girls' eating disorder risk
142 Coffee in moderation won't boost miscarriage risk
143 Tiny RNA Molecules Control Breast Cancer's Spread
144 HIV doctor files torture complaint against Libya
145 A drink a day for a longer life: study
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