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1 Is Google Rich and Stingy?
2 UK grants two licenses for human-animal embryo work
3 Computer Decodes Dog Communication
4 The Whale [Which is more important, national security or whales?]
5 Scrabulous Scrapped?
6 Scientists Make Human Embryo Clones
7 Time Warner Links Web Prices With Usage
8 Silicon Insider: The Secret to Apple's Success
9 Strange New World Tech Picks of the Week
10 The Science Behind Falling in Love
11 Companies Launch Gadget Buyback Services
12 Australia to Pick Up Whaling Activists
13 Study: Online Privacy Concerns Increase
14 UFO Sightings in Stephenville, Texas
15 Botox Jabs: A New Weapon Against Chronic Pain
16 'Old Person's' Arthritis Afflicts Thousands of Kids
17 U.S. Abortion Rate Falls, Study Finds
18 FDA: Over-the-Counter Cold Meds Too Risky for Babies
19 Feds Probe Slaughterhouse Illness Link
20 Study: Men, Women Love Longer Legs
21 A touchy feely invisible cosmos
22 Many negative drug studies don't see print
23 Fossil hunters find king of the rats
24 US team makes embryo clone of men
25 Giant palm tree puzzles botanists
26 Green light for hybrid research
27 Diary: Protecting mountain gorillas
28 Cancer's ethnic divide?
29 Antarctic lake may hold life clue
30 Poisoned websites attack visitors
31 Smith targets internet extremism
32 Fans fight for Scrabulous future
33 'Wii warm-up' good for surgeons
34 How Scrabulous has ameliorated our vocab
35 Film directors agree studio deal
36 'Drug overdose' killed Ike Turner
37 New Zealand Maori poet dies at 86
38 Stones sign one-album record deal
39 Radiohead abandon record shop gig
40 Leukaemia cell culprit discovered
41 Call for fresh approach to falls
42 In search of a good night's sleep
43 Wisdom family makes care decision
44 What does a natural stream look like?
45 Twins yield leukaemia stem cells
46 Human embryos cloned from adult cells
47 Fish ladders of doom
48 Early settlers drained marshy US landscape
49 Antidepressants' benefits may be exaggerated
50 First cloned human embryo created from skin cell
51 Computer decodes dog communication
52 Men born short are more prone to violent suicide
53 Corkscrew cups could keep space drinks flowing
54 Giant Madagascan palm 'flowers itself to death'
55 'Pac-Man' molecule chews up uranium contamination
56 The invisible keyboard
57 Polynesians Have Little Genetic Relationship to Melanesians
58 New Findings Confirm Darwin's Theory: Evolution Not Random
59 Air Pollution May Cause Heart Disease; Nano-Sized Particles Most Damaging
60 Researchers Reveal HIV Peptide's Possible Pathway Into the Cell
61 Obsolete U.S. Infrastructure Holds Benefits for Environment
62 Contact Lenses with Circuits, Lights a Possible Platform for Superhuman Vision
63 Ecosystem Based Management Not Enough to Reverse Coastal Habitat Decline
64 Iridescence Workshop Promotes Nature's Nanotechnology
65 Researchers Discover Surprising Gymnastics in One Type of Chemical Reaction Fundamental to Biochemistry
66 Researchers Challenge Water-Flow Model
67 Pacific Islanders' Ancestry Emerges in Genetic Study
68 Despite Doubts, Cancer Therapy Draws Patients
69 Virus Is Linked to a Powerful Skin Cancer
70 Cloning Said to Yield Human Embryos
71 Contact lenses with circuits, lights a possible platform for superhuman vision
72 Discovery cuts cost of next generation optical fibers
73 Math Models Snowflakes
74 Trees, Ants and Elephants: Balance Gone Bad
75 UltraBattery sets new standard for HEVs
76 Programming Biomolecular Self-Assembly Pathways
77 Hoverit Unveils MagLev Chair
78 Web 3.0: user-generated networks?
79 Study discovers secret of Scottish sheep evolution
80 California flood risks are 'disaster waiting to happen,' say engineers
81 New function for colon cancer gene found
82 Cells Get Sprayed
83 Team finds an economical way to boost the vitamin A content of maize
84 'Nonlinear' ecosystem response points to environmental solutions
85 Do today's young people really think they are so extraordinary?
86 Unconventional natural gas reservoir in Pennsylvania poised to dramatically increase US Production
87 Companies Launch Gadget Buyback Services
88 Materials' crystal properties illuminated by mathematical 'lighthouse'
89 Scientists Make Human Embryo Clones (Update)
90 Number of Internet users in China hits 210 million: govt
91 New genus of self-destructive palm found in Madagascar
92 PC Shipments See Double-Digit Rise in 4Q
93 Gene markers located for hereditary prostate cancer
94 Nanoparticles Generate Supersonic Shock Waves to Target Cancer
95 Gold Nanoparticles Shine Brightly in Tumors
96 Nanotubes Help Advance Brain Tumor Research
97 'Nonlinear' ecosystem response points to environmental solutions
98 Norway aims to be carbon neutral by 2030
99 Deep-ocean researchers target tsunami zone near Japan
100 Washington state sea levels could rise considerably by end of century
101 MESSENGER Reveals Mercury in New Detail
102 Bush Allows Navy to Continue Sonar Use
103 Ice clouds put Mars in the shade
104 2007 was tied as Earth's second warmest year
105 Japanese robot walks like a monkey
106 Optical fibre: secure in all the chaos
107 Singapore launches contest for next-generation search engine
108 Macworld ranks swell as Apple's 'cool factor' spreads
109 ISU scientist researches ways to squeeze two fuels from one kernel of corn
110 Time Warner Links Web Prices With Usage
111 Review: Humans Take on Search Queries
112 Girl Next Door Lands on the Internet
113 Predators do more than kill prey
114 UK Approves Human-Animal Embryo Research
115 Island monkeys do not recognize big cat calls
116 Paired microbes eliminate methane using sulfur pathway
117 Watermark Leaves Criminals High and Dry
118 Scientists call for urgent research into 'real' impacts of invasive species
119 Marsupial lion tops African lion in fight to death
120 At Least 20 Turtles Die in Bangladesh
121 Monkey's Thoughts Make Robot Walk from Across the Globe
122 Alzheimer's molecule is a smart speed bump on the nerve-cell transport highway
123 Researchers reveal HIV peptide's possible pathway into the cell
124 Newly discovered virus linked to deadly skin cancer
125 Team discovers how brain's own tPA helps regulate blood flow to neurons
126 Discovery of 'creator' gene for cerebral cortex points to potential stem cell treatments
127 Diet and lifestyle critical to recovery, says study
128 Report: U.S. Abortions Decline
129 NYC Plans Education Effort on Bedbugs
130 Scientists may have identified new target for HIV vaccine
131 Evidence found for genes that affect risk of developing Alzheimer's disease
132 FDA OKs novel surgical clotting solution
133 Short birth length more than doubles risk of violent suicide attempts
134 Religious beliefs focus too much on self
135 Engineered mice provide insight into Alzheimer's disease
136 Discovery opens door to 'personalized' asthma therapy
137 Report identifies research to bolster knowledge of health effects of wireless communication devices
138 Scientists find new genetic mutation that halts the development of lupus
139 FDA: Cold Medicines Too Risky for Tots
140 A tricky tumor virus
141 Scientists uncover role of cancer stem cell marker: controlling gene expression
142 Relatives who decline organ donations face conflict and guilt
143 Cancer stem cell marker also drives transcription in normal cells
144 Annual bone fracture rate almost 4 percent and double previous estimates
145 Just hours apart, 2 brothers undergo robotic prostate cancer surgery
146 New research finds some wood floor finishes are a likely source of PCB exposure
147 Researchers Put The Bite On Mosquitoes
148 Materials' Crystal Properties Illuminated By Mathematical 'Lighthouse'
149 Exploration Of Lake Hidden Beneath Antarctica's Ice Sheet Begins
150 Contact Lenses With Circuits, Lights A Possible Platform For Superhuman Vision
151 How Some Plants And Animals Appear To Defy The Aging Process
152 MESSENGER Reveals Mercury In New Detail
153 Portable Device Quickly Detects Early Alzheimer's
154 Physicists Create World's Tiniest Trophy, To Be Awarded On Super Bowl Sunday
155 When Worlds Collide: Have Astronomers Observed The Aftermath Of A Distant Planetary Collision?
156 Restoring The Good Name Of Sugar
157 US Teens Confident In Their Inventiveness; Hands-on, Project-based Learning Needed
158 Better Bugs for Making Butanol
159 The Air Car Preps for Market
160 Instant Boot-Up
161 Killing Skin-Cancer Stem Cells
162 The Naked Ear: A fully implantable hearing aid is showing promise.
163 3-D Design for the Masses
164 High-Def Is in the Air
165 Federal Research Funding Cut
166 Controlling Cell Behavior with Magnets