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1 Study: Elephants live longer in wild than zoos
2 Bush revises protections for endangered species
3 Species rule takes short cut
4 Ecoterrorist in NorCal plots gets home confinement
5 New Device Prevents Driving While Using Cell Phone
6 Doctor's Advice: Leave the Toilet Seat Up
7 FDA Puts Black-Box Warning on Bowel-Cleansing Drugs
8 About 40% of docs use electronic records: CDC
9 Mentally ill drug abusers have more ER visits
10 Pilots May Face Greater Cancer Risk
11 Sun's impact on rainfall 'predictable'
12 Brain swelling causes most Everest deaths
13 Shells inspire mother of ceramic
14 Bush relaxes wildlife law limits
15 US 'willing to lead climate push'
16 Elephants 'die earlier in zoos'
17 'Oldest human brain' discovered
18 Amish gene 'limits heart disease'
19 Bush Curbs Endangered Species Protections
20 What Smell? Farmers Cozy Up To Manure
21 U.S. Bicycle Route System In The Works
22 Apple and AT&T bring back iPhone home activation
23 The Facebook Virus Spreads: No Social Network is Safe
24 Dealzmodo Hacks: 8 Ways To Get More Miles Out Of Your Old PC
25 Google releases Chrome 1.0
26 Greenhouse Gases Warming North America Unevenly
27 Elephants Live Longer In Wild Than Zoos
28 Lancet: Dozens Of Nations Inflated Vaccine Numbers
29 Study: Bone Drug Helps Chemo Fight Breast Cancer
30 November Sales Shock: Wii Sells Over 2 Million Units
31 Wii will, Wii will rock you
32 Critical Report on Health of Zoo Elephants Is Debated
33 Zoo life is killing elephants: study
34 Wild Elephants Live Longer Than Their Zoo Counterparts
35 How Zoos Kill Elephants
36 NASA transition sparks sharp talk
37 NASA Chief Denies Rift With Transition Team
38 Early friction plagues talks between NASA, Obama team
39 NASA Chief 'Appalled' By Accusations He's Not Cooperating with Obama's Team
40 Obama vs. NASA, round 1
41 Microsoft Warns Of Zero-Day IE Attacks
42 Zero-Day Microsoft Vulnerabilities Being Exploited
43 AT&T Again Adding At-Home iPhone Activation
44 Activate Your iPhone 3G At Home, AT&T Says
45 Sony Ericsson, Samsung could be readying high-end Android phones
46 CORRECTED--UPDATE2--More mobile phone makers back Google's Android
47 Hey, Sony, leave those kids alone: Settlement in COPPA case
48 Sony pays up for privacy gaffe
49 Sony BMG to pay $1 million to resolve FTC charges of violating COPPA--Update
50 Opinion: 10 ways Apple can make the iPhone a killer business device
51 Trust Digital opens enterprise doors for Apple's iPhone
52 Netbooks Now More Popular Than iPhone
53 Apple: Another Look At The Wal-Mart Factor
54 Are netbooks shrinking Apple's slice of the portable market?
55 Teens Post, Send Nude Pix As Sexy Presents
56 Study: 1 in 5 Teens Engaging in 'Tech' Sex
57 20% of teens say they've put nude pics of themselves online
58 App marketing falls on developers, not Apple
59 Can the iPhone beat the DS in the handheld gaming war?
60 Is App Store pricing hindering app development?
61 Laptop batteries leap forward, go green
62 Boston Power: Green Laptops Today, Electric Cars Tomorrow?
63 New Boston-Power Notebook Batteries Promise Long, Green Life
64 Creator of the computer mouse lauded as a visionary
65 Web App Promises iPhoners a Taste of Cut-and-Paste
66 Pastebud to bring cut and paste to iPhone
67 IPhone Adds At-Home Activation, Copy and Paste...Sorta
68 Copy and paste (kind of) comes to the iPhone (again)
69 Copy and paste arrives for the iPhone (sort of)
70 FDA Panel Urges Restrictions on 2 Asthma Drugs
71 UPDATE 1--US FDA panel says two asthma drugs risky
72 Gene Mutation Is Tied to Fast Fat Breakdown
73 Gene mutation protects against milk shakes and other fatty fare
74 FDA: Colonoscopy preparation drug could harm kidneys
75 Most Mt. Everest Deaths Occur Near Summit During Descent
76 Brain Swelling May Cause Many Deaths On Mount Everest
77 Study Finds Brain-Swelling Linked To Deaths On Everest
78 Why Climbers Die on Everest: It's Not the Avalanches (or the Yeti)
79 Hawaii Scores High in National Emergency Preparedness Report
80 (Update) Arizona Is Least Ready To Handle Health Emergency
81 Where Have All the Doctors Gone?
82 India creates funding council for basic science
83 Patent pledge to Indian universities
84 Plant hormone study pulled
85 Soya genome sequenced
86 Antibody fights AIDS-like disease in monkeys
87 Exoplanet may harbour stormy skies
88 France cracks down on Iranian scientists
89 Forecasting the future of hurricanes
90 Measurement moguls to join forces
91 The genes that drive speciation
92 Earthquake warning for Sumatra
93 Kickstarting puberty
94 News: Q&A: UK DNA database needs overhaul
95 Deadly fungus gets sexy in heat
96 Invention: Skin screw
97 Bug genes are the key to human digestion
98 Carbon dioxide found on alien world
99 Nanoparticles from melting glaciers could trap carbon
100 Star paths reveal secrets of Milky Way's black hole
101 Darfur crisis is stripping the environment
102 Fertility drugs increase cancer risk
103 Life-saving lab made from paper and sticky tape
104 Swirling waters boost chance of life on Europa
105 Bored? Your brain is disconnecting
106 Did our cosmos exist before the big bang?
107 Milky Way's dimmest bulbs found
108 Ocean worlds may be dying stars' last haven for life
109 Nobel laureate may be next US energy secretary
110 Are daughters-in-law to blame for the menopause?
111 Gallery: Images that morph before your eyes
112 Force field gadget becomes a prison cell for cells
113 Gallery: First images of the damage that shut the LHC
114 Justice may be hard-wired into the human brain
115 How to stop creationism gaining a hold in Islam [cf. 137]
116 Zoos 'consuming' elephants from the wild
117 Cosmic diamonds may be hidden in 'carbon onions'
118 Archimedes and the 2000-year-old computer
119 Invention: Blood vessel bandage
120 Mountaintop miners lose bank's backing
121 EU and US line up for climate crunch-time
122 Fertile women more open to corny chat-up lines
123 'Whispering' bats as loud as a rock concert
124 The Energy Debates: Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
125 Vatican Spells Out No-Nos in New Bioethics Document
126 Bush Revises Protections for Endangered Species
127 Dreams Imaged, Scientists Claim
128 Senator's Spontaneous Cure: Miracle or Misdiagnosis?
129 New Device Prevents Driving While Using Cell Phone
130 Prehistoric Bronze Hoard Found Off Greek Beach
131 Risks of Nanotechnology Need More Study
132 Zhong Lin Wang on Studying Nanotechnology
133 Britain's Oldest Brain Found
134 Termite Bite Is Fastest in the World
135 Cheaper Plastic Solar Cells In the Works
136 The Shopping Mall: A 2,000-year-old Tradition
137 Evolution Arguments Headed for Islamic World [cf. 115]
138 The Clear Future of Electronics: Transparent Memory Device
139 Genetic Change Extends Mouse Life, Points to Possible Treatment for ALS
140 Applying the FDA Definition of Whole Grains Limits the Support for Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Health Claims
141 Researchers Focus on Building Telescope at South Pole
142 Carbon Nanofibers Cut Flammability of Upholstered Furniture
143 Sevenfold Accuracy Improvement for 3-D 'Virtual Reality' Labs
144 Team Probes Why Climbers Die on Mount Everest
145 Robots Designed to Save Lives of Construction Workers
146 Chemist Tames Longstanding Electron Computation Problem
147 How the Brain Thinks About Crime and Punishment
148 Great Indian Ocean Earthquake of 2004 Set Off Tremors in San Andreas Fault
149 Biocontrol Option for Soybean Aphid Tested
150 San Diego Supercomputer Center Director Offers Tips on Data Preservation
151 How Flushing the Toilet Can Cause Genetic Defects in Wildlife
152 Car Key Jams Teen Drivers' Cell Phones and Texting
153 Theory May Help Design Tomorrow's Sustainable Polymer
154 Exercise Suppresses Appetite by Affecting Appetite Hormones
155 Earth Has Warmed 0.4 C in 30 Years
156 In the Animal World, Bigger Isn't Necessarily Better
157 MISSING: 2,000 Elephants
158 Drama in the Heart of the Tarantula
159 Engineers to Create Parts of Virtual Crash Test Dummy
160 Dirty Dancing with Maverick Chromosomes
161 Enzyme That Mutates Antibodies Also Targets Cancer-Causing Gene
162 Heads Up in the Triassic!
163 Entomologists Work Toward Mitigating the Spread of Lyme Disease by Unlocking Mechanisms Controlling the Black-legged Tick's Salivary Glands
164 Expedition Uncovers Three Never-before Identified Coral Reefs Off Florida's Coast
165 Researcher Develops Ultrasound So Tiny It Can Travel Through the Eardrum