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1 Designing a test of neutrinos as dark matter candidates
2 All Eyes on Apple at Macworld
3 Physicists report novel interaction between superconductivity and magnetism
4 Massive Gas Cloud Speeding Toward Collision With Milky Way
5 Researchers create mathematical model of fruit fly eyes
6 Magnetic Alloy With Swiss Cheese Structure Morphs Shape
7 First snow for 100 years falls on Baghdad
8 Culture influences brain function
9 Behind the scenes, tech firms mapping the world
10 NASA Satellites Capture Start of New Solar Cycle
11 Nanotechnology innovation may revolutionize gene detection in a single cell
12 Feeling the Heat: Berkeley Researchers Make Thermoelectric Breakthrough in Silicon Nanowires
13 Super-computer could throw light on 'mysterious' dark energy
14 Forces out of nothing
15 Physicists uncover new solution for cosmic collisions
16 Space station orbit shifted for shuttle arrival: report
17 Greenhouse ocean may downsize fish
18 La Nina: 'Little Girl' Makes Big Impression
19 Older Arctic sea ice replaced by young, thin ice
20 No Big Bang: Asteroid Will Miss Mars
21 NASA Scientists Predict Black Hole Light Echo Show
22 Cellphone obsession leads Japanese children into a 'scary world'
23 Geek gear goes haute couture at consumer electronics show
24 Review: Eee Laptop PC Shreds the Rules
25 Slimmed down high definition TVs unveiled
26 Tokyo to look for terrorist suspects in 3-D: official
27 Japanese electronics giants take on 'e-waste'
28 New Domain Name Practice Criticized
29 Breach Worries Online Porn Industry
30 Tata Motors unveils the $2,500 'People's Car'
31 Nuclear power gains steam in energy race
32 New gas sensor is tiny, quick
33 At Least 19 Bald Eagles Die in Alaska
34 SKorean police seize tonnes of whale meat: official
35 Greenpeace Finds Japan's Whalers
36 German Polar Bear Cub Gets Web Page
37 Sweden's Charles XII could be exhumed: researcher
38 Gemina the 'Crooked-Necked Giraffe' Dies
39 Dino Team Returns to SSRL
40 Egyptian woman says husband sold her kidney
41 EU Report Says Cloned Food Probably Safe
42 High degree of resistance to antibiotics in Arctic birds
43 Uncovering the Achilles' heel of the HIV-1 envelope
44 Snoozing worms help researchers explain the evolution of sleep
45 Scientists find protein helps pancreatic cancer cells evade immune system and spread
46 Research predicts type 2 diabetes explosion
47 Group: Bird Flu Pandemic Risk Overblown
48 Two different neural pathways regulate loss and regain of consciousness during general anesthesia
49 Researchers report breakthrough in lowering bad cholesterol, fatty acid levels
50 Hubble Finds Double Einstein Ring
51 Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Created Without The Destruction Of Embryos
52 Hubble Finds That 'Blue Blobs' In Space Are Orphaned Clusters Of Stars
53 Warming Climate Can Support Glacial Ice: It Did In Much Warmer Times
54 Genomic Screen Nets Hundreds Of Human Proteins Exploited By HIV
55 Super-computer Could Throw Light On 'Mysterious' Dark Energy
56 Light Echo Show From Wrenching Gravity Outside Black Hole Predicted
57 Body Heat To Power Cell Phones? Nanowires Enable Recovery Of Waste Heat Energy
58 Rapidly Whirling Black Holes Revealed
59 Understanding Role Of Stress In Just About Everything
60 Protein In Human Hair Shows Promise For Regenerating Nerves
61 Aroma Of Chocolate Chip Cookies Prompts Splurging On Expensive Sweaters
62 Simple Test Accurately Predicts Risk Of Serious Jaundice In Newborns
63 New Understanding For Superconductivity At High Temperatures
64 People With Anorexia Less Likely To Be Blamed When Biology, Genetics Explained
65 New Treatment Boosts Bone Healing And Regrowth
66 Young Adults More Likely To Quit Smoking Successfully
67 Breakthrough In Lowering Bad Cholesterol, Fatty Acid Levels Reported
68 Dissecting The Genetic Components Of Adaptation Of E. Coli To The Mouse Gut
69 Pink Lily Look-alike Blooms All Summer Long
70 Brighter LED Lights Could Replace Household Light Bulbs Within Three Years
71 Digging Up A Serial Killer's Century-old Secrets
72 Making Lithium-ion Batteries For Mobile Devices More Efficient
73 'Electrospray' Droplet Research Yields Surprising, Practical Results
74 Physicists Uncover New Solution For Cosmic Collisions
75 Missing molecules key to breast cancer spread
76 On the roof of the Andes, Bill Gates helps to build 'the world's biggest digital camera'
77 A car to drive while your mind wanders
78 How bird flu jumps to humans
79 Plowing the Ancient Seas: Iceberg scours found off South Carolina
80 Cavorting with robots might be in your future
81 How Muslims transformed Mediterranean countries
82 Did asteroids boost life on Earth?
83 Wisdom really does increase with age
84 Space station orbit shifted for shuttle arrival: report
85 Two Unusual Older Stars Giving Birth To Second Wave Of Planets
86 NASA spacecraft to make historic flyby over Mercury
87 Behind the scenes, tech firms mapping the world
88 NASA Announces Servicing Mission Details At Astronomy Conference
89 Search For New Planets Part Of Ambitious New Sky Survey
90 Weird Object May Be Result Of Colliding Protoplanets
91 Even Thin Galaxies Can Grow Fat Black Holes
92 Global warming could make Australia's outback tougher: study
93 India's low-cost car may prove too high a price to pay
94 Spiral Galaxy Winds Backwards
95 Source of Mysterious Antimatter Found
96 Spacecraft Gears Up for Mercury Flyby
97 US-Iran naval incident gets murkier
98 Syrians are rebuilding bombed site: report
99 US nuclear deals with North Korea, India in limbo
100 US warplanes rain bombs on Al-Qaeda in Iraq: military
101 Ireland to ban low-efficiency light bulbs
102 Analysis: Russia eyes Nigerian gas
103 Dark Matter Made Visible (sort of)
104 Did Insects Kill the Dinosaurs?
105 Postcard from Chaoyang: Fossils Fuel a Chinese Boom
106 A Drug to End Drug Addiction
107 The Indiana Jones of Wildlife Protection
108 Solving the Biofuels vs. Food Problem
109 Unleashing A Magnetic Tornado For Superconductivity
110 Evolution as fact, theory, and path.
111 Evolution as Fact and Theory
112 Evolution: Fact and Theory
113 Evolution Is a Fact and a Theory
114 What is fact without theory?
115 The Fact of Evolution: Implications for Science Education
116 Study: Cranberries Cure Everything, Unless You're A Man
117 Transplant drug sirolimus shrinks tumors, improves lung function
118 Astronomers describe violent universe
119 Lava Threatens Hawaii Subdivision
120 Heavy drinking increases stroke risk
121 People quiz on pregnancy, Viagra
122 Overactive Nerves May Account For "Ringing In The Ears"
123 Statins for all diabetics urged
124 DRM Is Dead, But Watermarks Rise From Its Ashes
125 Greenpeace Finds Japan's Whalers
126 Lake Erie UFOs Are Stars on YouTube
127 All Eyes on Apple at Macworld
128 Gasoline Is Here to Stay, But It's Greener Than Ever
129 Hands-On With One Of Those USB Fingerprint Reader Thingies
130 Wired CES 2008: Gibson Robot Guitar
131 Greenpeace says located, chasing Japanese whalers
132 With nuke rebirth come new worries
133 Industrial Solvent May Increase Risk for Parkinsonism
134 Vaccines for Ovarian and Breast Cancer in Early Trials
135 The Moral Instinct
136 A Long-Dry California River Gets, and Gives, New Life
137 UK opts for nuclear power
138 Casimir effect goes classical
139 Japanese particle physics in good health
140 CES 2008: Audiophile's Delight
141 Color Burns Bright With Mitsubishi's Laser TV
142 CES 2008: The Power of Reflection
143 Scientists Find New Benefits to Exercising
144 La Nina: This 'Little Girl' Makes a Big Impression
145 Stem Cell Breakthrough Still Faces Skepticism
146 Oil Industry Defends Stance on 'Hot Fuel'