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1 Missing WWII Sub Hunt a Labor of Love
2 How Islands Came to Rise Atop the Himalayas
3 Chaos--Mathematical and Financial
4 Domestic gadgets go hi-tech
5 China 'spying on Skype messages'
6 Virtual planes fly in real skies
7 Modesty Patrols Sow Fear In Israel
8 Webscape
9 Can't Open Your E-Mailbox? Good Luck
10 Motorola seeks to hire up to 300 Google Android developers
11 Hack Your Apple TV With Boxee
12 Google and Yahoo Ad Deal Delayed
13 Google and Yahoo Delay Ad Deal for Antitrust Review
14 Apple cures the common cold and other stuff
15 Has Steve Jobs built a secret MacBook factory?
16 Apple 'brick' is a manufacturing process
17 The Apple aluminum Brick road?
18 'Brick' Refers to the MacBook Manufacturing Process
19 Rumor: 9to5Mac says The Brick is 'a block of aluminum'
20 The Apple 'Brick' is revealed...as a manufacturing process
21 The iPhone Apps Sweepstakes
22 Apple Drops NDA For Released Apps, Keeps It For Rejection Letters
23 Witnesses Share Green Light Facts On Deadly Train Collision
24 Crash shines rare light on 'railfans'
25 T-Mobile's G1 vs. The iPhone: Game On!
26 Apple Loses Bid to Dismiss iPhone Monopoly Suit
27 CERN Unveils Global Grid For Particle Physics Research
28 CERN computer grid links 7,000 scientists [cf. 75]
29 HP preps secret iPhone rival
30 HP Joins Smart Phone Party
31 HP set to announce a new smartphone
32 Grand jury indicts two Europeans over denial-of-service attacks in 2003
33 Two Europeans Charged in US Over DDOS Attacks
34 Brit, German indicted for stateside satellite TV attacks
35 Two Europeans Indicted for US Cyber Attacks
36 Rodent of the week: When mice overeat
37 Overeating Can Throw Off Metabolism
38 Dozens of USC students treated for virus
39 Stomach Virus Sickens at least 78 USC Students
40 Feeling sick? Stay home
41 How to build crops that can beat aluminum's toxic effects
42 Too many calories send the brain off kilter
43 Scientists Find new migratory patterns for Mediterranean and Western Atlantic bluefin tuna
44 Cross kingdom conflicts on a beetle's back
45 Decline in Alaskan sea otters affects bald eagles' diet
46 Bee swarms follow high-speed 'streaker' bees to find a new nest
47 Shift in bald eagle diet linked to sea otter decline
48 Why your boss is white, middle-class and a show-off
49 Singing to females makes male birds' brains happy
50 So-called 'sandfish' could help materials handling and process technology specialists
51 Egalitarian revolution in the Pleistocene?
52 UCR researchers propose minocycline as a promising drug for patients with Fragile X syndrome
53 Arctic sea ice annual freeze-up underway
54 Obese diners choose convenience and overeating at Chinese buffets
55 Gene expression in alligators suggests birds have 'thumbs'
56 Traits produced by melanin may signal the bearer's capacity to combat free radicals
57 More research needed to make good on biofuel promise, experts say
58 Oklahoma researchers support biodiversity in biofuels production
59 Discovery of natural compounds that could slow blood vessel growth
60 Newly identified cells make fat
61 Food for thought--regulating energy supply to the brain during fasting
62 Form of Crohn's disease traced to disabled gut cells
63 Earliest Animal Footprints Ever Found--Discovered in Nevada
64 Under pressure at the nanoscale, polymers play by different rules
65 Pterodactyl-Inspired Robot to Master Air, Ground, and Sea
66 When a light goes on during thought processes
67 Sharpening up Jupiter
68 Baked slug: New method to test fireproofing material
69 NIST/CSM sensor could help avert pipeline failures
70 Nanodiamond drug device could transform cancer treatment
71 Children's National researchers develop novel anti-tumor vaccine
72 6 environmental research studies reveal critical health risks from plastic
73 Millisecond brain signals predict response to fast-acting antidepressant
74 Thinking it through: Scientists call for policy to guide biofuels industry toward sustainability
75 World's biggest computing grid launched [cf. 28]
76 Gas from the past gives scientists new insights into climate and the oceans
77 Where you live matters when you're seriously ill
78 Smoking and solid fuel use in homes in China projected to cause millions of deaths
79 Survey confirms parents' fears, confusion over autism
80 Combined minimally invasive procedures offer new option for lumbar degenerative scoliosis
81 Research investment failing mental health
82 Space tech helps to reach long-jump world record
83 Researchers find household insecurity associated with food insecurity, poor health
84 Medical student gender and self-confidence
85 New Study on Effects of Disclosing Financial Interests on Participation in Medical Research
86 Corner stores capture kids on morning commute
87 How much are you really exercising?
88 Duke researchers show reading can help obese kids lose weight
89 Flexi display technology is now
90 UC Riverside biochemists devise method for bypassing aluminum toxicity effects in plants
91 Advergames: Theme of Game is Secret to Success
92 Scientists explore putting electric cars on a two-way power street
93 Moths with a nose for learning
94 New robotic repair system will fix ailing satellites
95 UNC study on properties of carbon nanotubes, water could have wide-ranging implications
96 Saturn's Radio Broadcasters Mapped In 3D For First Time
97 Antisocial Behavior May Be Caused By Low Stress Hormone Levels
98 Meteorites From Inner Solar System Match Up To Earth's Platinum Standard
99 Gas From The Past Gives Scientists New Insights Into Climate And The Oceans
100 Obesity Clue: Newly Identified Cells Make Fat
101 Artificial Cells: Models Of Eel Cells Suggest Electrifying Possibilities
102 Don't Stress! Bacterial Cell's 'Crisis Command Center' Revealed
103 Musicians Use Both Sides Of Their Brains More Frequently Than Average People
104 Six Environmental Research Studies Reveal Critical Health Risks From Plastic
105 'Little Bang' Triggered Solar System Formation
106 DNA-based Vaccine Shows Promise Against Avian Flu
107 Advance Offers Revolution In Food Safety Testing
108 Proper Use and Care More Important than New Lens Types for Contact Lens Infection Prevention
109 The Earth After Us: What Legacy Will Humans Leave In The Rocks?
110 Adolescent Insomnia Linked To Depression And Substance Abuse During Adolescence And Young Adulthood
111 Hay Fever May Be Best Treated With Self-adjusted Dosing
112 Variations In Key Genes Increase Caucasians' Risk Of Heroin Addiction
113 Making Metabolism More Inefficient Can Reduce Obesity
114 Why Does Lederhosen Conquer The Oktoberfest In Munich?
115 Religion Makes People Helpful And Generous--Under Certain Conditions
116 Discovery Of Natural Compounds That Could Slow Blood Vessel Growth
117 Topsoil's Limited Turnover: A Crisis In Time
118 Arctic Sea Ice Annual Freeze-up Underway
119 Navy Confirms Sunken Submarine Is Grunion
120 Short RNAs Show A Long History: MicroRNAs Found In Animals That Appeared A Billion Years Ago
121 Scientists Design A Chip To Measure The Wind On Mars
122 Taking A SMART Sidelong Look At Lunar Peak Of Eternal Light
123 Bio-imaging Mass Spectrometry Techniques Reveal Molecular Details About Complex Systems
124 Study On Properties Of Carbon Nanotubes, Water Could Have Wide-ranging Implications
125 Tiny Dust Particles From Sahara Could Help Scientists Study Climate Change
126 Physicists Find That Size Matters When Initiating An Object's Movement Through Grains
127 World's Biggest Computing Grid Launched
128 Dark matter makes galaxy's stars live long and prosper
129 'Coca-Cola douches' scoop Ig Nobel prize
130 Transplanted frozen liver raises hopes of organ 'bank'
131 Laser cracks 'unbreakable' quantum communications
132 High-tech sponge could take hydrogen cars further
133 Nerds rejoice: Braininess boosts likelihood of sex
134 Antarctic bases offer lessons for space
135 Economic turmoil could scupper EU climate plans
136 What happened to the Kuiper Belt's smallest objects?
137 Web content contributors seek attention not altruism
138 Everglades restoration bogged down by poor planning
139 Multi-drug 'polypill' finally to tackle heart problems
140 Maths helps bees read the waggle dance
141 Crick was right about 'vision filter' in the brain
142 Mini microscope captures live brain-cell action
143 Safer Buildings Are Goal of New Code Changes Based on Recommendations from NIST World Trade Center Investigation
144 Baked Slug: New Method to Test Fireproofing Material
145 New Sensor Could Help Avert Pipeline Failures
146 Decline in Alaskan Sea Otters Affects Bald Eagles' Diet
147 Moths with a Nose for Learning
148 Models of Eel Cells Suggest Electrifying Possibilities
149 Newly Identified Cells Make Fat
150 How Much Security Do You Expect From Your Pacemaker?
151 Earliests Animal Footprints Ever Found--Discovered in Nevada
152 Food for Thought--Regulating Energy Supply to the Brain During Fasting
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