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1 Nobel winner: America is neglecting science
2 New breakthrough in treatment of Alzheimer's disease
3 Testicles an 'ethical' source of stem cells, German scientists claim
4 NASA Launches Probe to Scan Solar System's Fringe
5 Doctors uncertain of meeting guidelines for aesthetic medicine
6 Parents press states to force insurers to cover costly autism therapy; 7 states already do
7 Child Virus Kills 3, Sickens 110 In East China
8 Micro-blogging conquers the virtual world
9 Global slowdown threatens millions of jobs in China
10 Computer beats TV: How young people use media today
11 Sulphur spring spas have pain- and inflammation-reducing benefits
12 Googling Does a Brain Good, Study Finds
13 Archaeologists rethinking history of 1,000-year-old Alaska village
14 3D Model of Antiquity
15 Prehistoric drug kit is evidence of Stoned Age
16 Archaeologists finish 3-year study of remote canyon
17 The treasure trove making waves
18 Japanese researchers unearth world's oldest cremation site in Syria
19 Archaeologists unearth place where Emperor Caligula met his end
20 Greek scientists use lasers to clean Acropolis
21 Out Of Mesopotamia: Evolutionary History Of Tuberculosis
22 Ancient Egyptian Astronomy
23 Damaged Egyptian "Mecca" To Be Restored
24 Debate Rages over 'Oldest Dinosaur' Find in Germany
25 Copper Age began earlier than believed, scientists say
26 Origins of Maya pottery material remain mysterious
27 In Ancient Greece, Soil Was Sacred
28 Startup chipmaker hopes to hook enterprise with 1Gbps WiFi
29 Rumors resurface of a Facebook music store
30 RIAA now wants to avoid trial in innocent infringement case
31 40 years later, some wonder if Carterfone is still relevant
32 News week in review: copyright, copyright, copyright edition
33 Beijing: Smile! You're on Internet cafe camera!
34 RNA-based logic gates compute inside cells [cf. 50]
35 Report: Fake antivirus programs claim 30 million victims
36 Internet searches may strengthen the aging brain
37 Revenues rise as Google says hard times will drive business
38 After his death, Miller's origin of life research returns
39 'Net filters "required" for all Australians, no opt-out
40 4 in 10 parents wrong on whether their child is under or overweight
41 A dinosaur dance floor' [cf. 111]
42 Gladstone scientists identify role of fatty acids in Alzheimer's disease
43 Research identifies type of vaccine that holds promise in protecting against TB
44 Researchers identify Achilles heel of common childhood tumor
45 Swamping bad cells with good in ALS animal models helps sustain breathing
46 Drug-embedded microparticles bolster heart function in animal studies
47 Providing toilets, safe water is top route to reducing world poverty: UN University
48 Waste from gut bacteria helps host control weight, UT Southwestern researchers report
49 When under attack, plants can signal microbial friends for help
50 Caltech engineers build first-ever multi-input 'plug-and-play' synthetic RNA device [cf. 34]
51 Elephant unfit for wild after drug rehab
52 Stranded whale was fatally ill
53 Skin clips to replace mulesing
54 Obese 'lack pleasure in eating'
55 Nicotine helps breast cancer tumours grow: study
56 Googling keeps older minds sharp
57 Stinging message from lethal Australian box jellyfish
58 Diabetes hope as drug cures disease in mice
59 Warmer water devastates Great Barrier Reef's seabirds
60 Core subjects give way to science for life
61 Genome to shed light on sex-shy pandas
62 Longest, hottest drought on record, says Bureau of Meteorology
63 Giant killer catfish hunted
64 Food firms pushed to come clean on nano-ingredients
65 Photo shows birth and death of stars in new light
66 Strange world found in ocean's rainforest canyons
67 Perth seagull deaths remain a mystery
68 Lack of old dads in the West may end human evolution
69 All ours...and they're almost gone
70 You'll need a passport to buy a mobile phone in the UK
71 Disco for CPR
72 Selling used CDs is still legal in America
73 EFF sues to overturn telcom immunity
74 Science fiction's treatment of antimatter, considered by particle physicists
75 RiP: Remix Manifesto--documentary about copyright and the information age
76 Space smells like steak
77 TSA screener ripped off hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of electronics from passengers, TSA itself didn't notice
78 Scientists mostly don't know what a "theory" is, but should they?
79 The evolution of theories of evolution
80 Asia trumping US on science R&D
81 Language Weaver: fast in translation
82 Physical newspapers aren't dying off--they're evolving
83 The Internet is no 21st-century boob tube
84 One month later, has Chrome's polish lasted?
85 Pop! Tech 2008: "Scarcity and Abundance"
86 The $8 an hour shuttle driver behind a Nobel Prize
87 Secret customized iPod tunes of celebrity joggers
88 Laser gunship hits $30 million bulls-eye
89 CIO of CERN on black holes, budget crunches
90 Why Government should investigate "Little Bigfoot" sightings
91 Botnets on cell phones in 2009?
92 Amazon, EA, Microsoft, others win 'Popular Mechanics' Breakthrough Awards
93 Space-rugged robot put to volcano test
94 Academics sink teeth into Yahoo search service
95 Feds propose consolidation of personal info in databases
96 Mufin lets you discover new music with science
97 In Soviet Russia, Lake Contaminates You
98 Mediterranean be Dammed
99 Doctor Watson's Phobia Factory
100 Raiders of the Lost Lake
101 Britain Releases UFO Files, Dispels Some Mysteries
102 Sparse Plug-Ins for Electric Cars Spark Creativity
103 Sony's LittleBigPlanet Recalled Over References to Qu'ran
104 Astronauts Could Mix DIY Concrete for Cheap Moon Base
105 Parents Press States for Autism Insurance Laws
106 Colonoscopy Concerns? Take a Friend With You
107 Flu: The Get-Well-Quick Plan
108 Rock shows earth got off to a hot start
109 Tropical cyclones bury CO2: study
110 Seed size points to climate impact
111 Rock records dino 'dance floor' [cf. 41]
112 Blood test for vCJD 'unrealistic'
113 High summits 'could harm brain'
114 Airliner had near miss with UFO
115 Probe studies solar system's edge
116 Fatty acids clue to Alzheimer's
117 Do cells think...and is this what it sounds like? [...and, Shedding light on dark matter]
118 Norway's lesson in salmon protection
119 Game delayed over Koran phrases
120 Hi-tech brings families together
121 Web content 'disturbing children'
122 Job seekers warned over CV theft
123 Technology--lessons from history
124 China healthcare under spotlight
125 Doctors get death diagnosis tips
126 UK poorest 'living shorter lives'