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1 NYC Endorses Cooling for Cardiac Arrest
2 FDA Panel Backs Allergan's Eyelash Enhancing Drug
3 Woman Divorces to Afford Life-Saving Surgery
4 No deal amid EU climate deadlock
5 New race to explore the Himalayas
6 Brown urged to keep hacker in UK
7 Wireless turns iPod into a phone
8 A bright future on display
9 PM urges Zimbabwe cholera action
10 Poem published to mark NHS 60th
11 Energy Guru To Carmakers: Time To Bet Big
12 Dems, White House Agree To Auto Bailout
13 The Girl Turned Into A Human Bomb
14 5 Life Lessons Taught to Me By a Dying Computer
15 The machine creating water out of thin air
16 Economy, opportunity seen leading to $599 Apple netbook
17 World's Fastest Robot
18 5 Things to Consider Before Buying a Netbook
19 EPA's Air Pollution Target: Flatulent Cows
20 Apple Sees 300 Million App Store Downloads
21 Apple App Store Surges Past 300 Million Sales Mark
22 Apple says iPhone App Store's got "over 300 million" served
23 Entertainment dominates top iPhone applications
24 Latest Facebook Attack Stems from Previous One
25 Koobface computer virus attacks Facebook users
26 Facebook Worm Comes From Infected Friends
27 Facebook Virus Turns Your Computer into a Zombie
28 What to Do When Your Gadget Is Sold Out
29 Intel works on tiny devices for eco-technology
30 Intel Looks To Blanket The World With Self-Powered Sensors
31 Intel senses change in energy needs
32 Google's Chrome Team Mulls Local File Restrictions
33 Hands On with Opera 10 Alpha
34 IBM Launches Microsoft-Free Linux PCs
35 IBM Creates 'Microsoft-Free' Desktop
36 IBM offers a 'Microsoft-free' desktop
37 IBM Virtual Desktop Bundles Lotus, Ubuntu Linux to Freeze Out Microsoft
38 Obama's Zune story crashes news site
39 Barack Obama uses a Microsoft Zune
40 Obama uses Zune. Will iPod fans demand apology?
41 Zune user-elect Obama
42 Obama sports white earbuds, doesn't rock Zune
43 $99 iPhone Inevitable
44 Analyst Sees Apple iPod Shortage Spreading
45 Is Apple Headed for an iPod Shortage?
46 Apple iPod shortage for Christmas?
47 Apple iPod sales surprise analyst
48 Analyst sees signs of iPod shortage
49 Human noise drowns out song of whales
50 Whales and dolphins increasingly threatened by noise pollution, scientists say
51 Man-Made Noise Becoming a Huge Danger to Marine Wildlife
52 Verizon expected to release firmware update for BlackBerry Storm
53 Verizon and RIM roll out BlackBerry Storm firmware update
54 NASA sets shuttle mission to take new Hubble computer aloft
55 Hubble to Finally Get Some Astronaut Love
56 Hubble Mission Gets OK for May
57 AT&T Hopes for Single Smartphone OS
58 Symbian's Move Toward Open Source Gathers Steam
59 AT&T pines for a standardized smartphone OS, eyes Symbian (Updated)
60 Obama hopes to avoid Clinton health care missteps
61 Obama seeks citizen input on health reform
62 HHS Will Be Shepherding Health-Care Reform
63 Daschle Launches Push for Health-Care Overhaul
64 Obama team seeks your input on healthcare reform
65 Measles deaths drop globally by 74 percent
66 Measles Deaths Drop 74% Worldwide With Vaccine Push (Update1)
67 UPDATE 2--US panel supports Allergan drug for longer lashes
68 FDA Panel Ayes Eyelash-Boosting Drug
69 Headlines: Eradication of Guinea worm disease is near [et al.]
70 Unused Embryos Vex Infertility Patients
71 Parents Torn Over Fate of Frozen Embryos [cf. 154]
72 Choices are few for couples with leftover embryos
73 Fertility patients unsure what to do with leftover embryos [cf. 71, 154]
74 Agonizing Dilemma
75 Couples with leftover embryos favor research [et al.]
76 Cave's climate clues show ancient empires declined during dry spell
77 Scientists create tough ceramic that mimics mother of pearl
78 Two Spanish scientists among world's most productive in the field of reproductive biology
79 Interaction with machines will cause a 'robotic gulf' by 2020
80 Man-made chemicals found in drinking water at low levels
81 Double threat: Deadly lung disease also linked to heart attacks
82 Intervention in infants with cystic fibrosis key to slowing progression
83 Maintaining the brain's wiring in ageing and disease
84 Transporting juvenile salmon hinders adult migration
85 Life science technologies showcased at Bioversity
86 New tool to audit the use of private data
87 Researchers adapt the Moodle e-learning platform for use in the third world
88 Some blood-system stem cells reproduce more slowly than expected
89 Supposed help against tumours--how tumour cells use the body's protection
90 Mobile phones affect memory in laboratory animals
91 NRL's P-3 aircraft support project to study tropical cyclones
92 NASA orbiter finds Martian rock record with 10 beats to the bar
93 Poor Children's Brain Activity Resembles That Of Stroke Victims, EEG Shows
94 Decline Of Roman And Byzantine Empires 1,400 Years Ago May Have Been Driven By Climate Change
95 Virtual Faces Created With Emotions, Moods And Personality
96 Venus Comes To Life At Wavelengths Invisible To Human Eyes
97 Secondhand Smoke Raises Odds Of Fertility Problems In Women
98 Invasive Garden Ants As New Pest Insects In Europe
99 Genetic Ancestry Of African-Americans Reveals New Insights About Gene Expression
100 Biodiversity Hotspots Are Also Major Carbon Sinks
101 Vitreous Humor In The Eye Helps To Establish Time Of Death
102 Fractional Dose Of Scarce Meningitis Vaccine May Be Effective In Outbreak Control
103 Shrinking Glaciers Reveal Hidden Forests And A Warmer Climate
104 Satellites Flying In Formation To Help Improve Understanding Of Earth
105 NASA's Swift Looks To Comets For A Cool View
106 Toys Made Of Liquid Wood
107 Technique To Differentiate Between Original And Bootleg CDs Developed
108 Human Approach To Computer Processing
109 Extraordinary immune cells may hold the key to managing HIV
110 Past religious diversity and intolerance have profound impact on genetics of Iberian people
111 Researchers gain new insight on wonder of cell division
112 Prion infectivity found in white and brown fat tissues of mice
113 Study offers insights about development of the human immune system
114 Genetic ancestry of African-Americans reveals new insights about gene expression
115 Researchers find new genetic target for sickle cell disease therapy
116 Red alert! How disease disables tomato plant's 'intruder alarm'
117 Metabolic reactions: Less is more in single-celled organisms
118 'MEDNIK': A novel genetic syndrome
119 Myth about 'dirty old men' supported by science
120 Apple or pear shape is not main culprit to heart woes--it's liver fat
121 Fractional dose of scarce meningitis vaccine may be effective in outbreak control
122 Transporting juvenile salmon hinders adult migration
123 Baumann Lab Identifies Key Step in Maturation Pathway of Telomerase
124 Linheng Li Lab Expands Understanding of Bone Marrow Stem Cell Niche
125 Stowers Institute's Workman Lab discovers novel histone demethylase protein complex
126 Maintaining the brain's wiring in aging and disease
127 Scientists Create Tough Ceramic That Mimics Mother of Pearl
128 UC Davis researchers exploring gene therapy to fight AIDS
129 Ultrasound screening helps prevent stroke in children with sickle cell disease
130 Ship in a bottle kit on a microchip
131 Prostate cancer drug reduces testosterone levels in as little as 3 days
132 Genetic breakdown in Fanconi anemia may have link to HPV-associated cancer
133 Novel bioreactor enhances interleukin-12 production in genetically modified tobacco plants
134 Brown Dwarfs Do Form Like Stars
135 Dogs chase efficiently, but cats skulk counterintuitively
136 Managing Carbon Loss
137 Genes determine whether sugar pills work
138 ESA satellites flying in formation
139 How to Destroy an Asteroid
140 Researchers identify cell group key to Lyme disease arthritis
141 Forest inventories in Oregon include more than trees
142 Uncovering the real dirt on granular flow
143 New insights on fusion power
144 Science: Investigating new materials with ultracold atoms
145 Mysteries of Venus revealed at wavelengths invisible to human eyes
146 Warwick drives forward new bone implant technology for tissue engineering
147 A little wine boosts omega-3 in the body: Researchers find a novel mechanism for a healthier heart
148 UC San Diego Engineers Work to Make Historic Buildings Safer During Strong Earthquakes
149 Making a Critical Connection: Science Advice and the Next President
150 'Zinc Zipper' Plays Key Role In Hospital-Acquired Infections
151 Mix of taiji, cognitive therapy and support groups benefits those with dementia
152 New Target Discovered to Treat Epileptic Seizures Following Brain Trauma or Stroke
153 UGR scientists design a new techniqie [sic] to differentiate between original and bootleg CDs by using light diffraction
154 Largest study of fertility patients shows concerns about embryo disposition [cf. 71]
155 Blood tests can help detect presence of necrotizing soft tissue infections
156 Spreading the joy around
157 Double threat: Deadly lung disease also linked to heart attacks
158 Intervention in infants with cystic fibrosis key to slowing progression
159 Some blood-system stem cells reproduce more slowly than expected
160 Secondhand smoke raises odds of fertility problems in women
161 Mutant proteins result in infectious prion disease in mice
162 50 Years Of Hairy-Cell Leukemia Research To Be Observed
163 UT public health policy expert says US can learn from Dutch universal healthcare coverage
164 House Ear Institute, TGen and Belgian researchers identify gene in age-related hearing loss
165 Disappearing Superconductivity Reappears--in 2-D
166 Avalanches--triggered from the valley
167 Doing research on the Web: New teaching tool pushes students to analyze online materials
168 New 'control knobs' for stem cells identified
169 3-D Laser Scanning: A New Soil Quality Measurement
170 ESA tests laser to measure atmospheric carbon dioxide
171 Collaboration of soloists makes the best science