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1 RocketShip Tours Teams Up With XCOR Aerospace To Offer A $95,000 Right Stuff Experience
2 Red alert! How disease disables tomato plant's 'intruder alarm'
3 ASUS Rampage II Extreme Motherboard Set i7 Overclocking Record
4 Hope for Alzheimer's patients?
5 Past religious diversity and intolerance have profound impact on genetics of Iberian people
6 Two Robot Chefs Make Omelets
7 Nintendo 'sells half a million DSi consoles' in first month
8 Next NASA Mars Mission Rescheduled for 2011
9 Unlocking the mysteries of memory
10 Students discover unique planet
11 Study offers insights about development of the human immune system
12 Female art students more sexually active than male science nerds: study
13 Ghana's 'miracle': Logging underwater forests for exotic timber
14 Researchers gain new insight on wonder of cell division
15 Investigating new materials with ultracold atoms
16 Researchers find ancient climate cycles recorded in Mars rocks
17 Steampipe keeps electronics cool
18 Myth about 'dirty old men' supported by science
19 Why is the Earth's mantle conductive?
20 Reversing the conventional DNA wisdom
21 Model unravels rules that govern how genes are switched on and off
22 Researcher Links 'Silent Epidemic' to Hidden Pathogen
23 'Zinc Zipper' Plays Key Role In Hospital-Acquired Infections
24 Solar car completes 1st ever round-the-world trip
25 Cave's climate clues show ancient empires declined during dry spell
26 Probing Question: Did Shakespeare really write all those plays?
27 Magnetic nanotags allow sensitive detection of cancer biomarkers
28 'Intelligent' materials to revolutionize surgical implants
29 Mysterious nanobubble burst?
30 New holographic method could be used for lab-on-a-chip technologies
31 Measuring sound with a nanoscopic air bubble
32 Self-powered devices possible, researcher says
33 Avalanches--triggered from the valley
34 Breakthrough Made in Metamaterial Optics
35 Scientists discover possible mechanism for creating 'handedness' in biological molecules
36 Ship-in-a-bottle kit on a microchip
37 A picture paints more than a petabyte of data
38 Disappearing Superconductivity Reappears--in 2-D
39 Gas pump made of minerals has no moving parts
40 Linux Evolution Reveals Origins of Curious Mathematical Phenomenon
41 New insights on fusion power
42 A Promising Catalyst for Solar-Based Hydrogen Energy Production
43 Investigating new materials with ultracold atoms
44 EPA to gut mountaintop mining rule protecting streams
45 Expeditions reveal gulf of California's deep sea secrets, as well as human imprints
46 How to destroy an asteroid
47 Greenhouse gas emissions increase in US
48 This One's For You: ISS Space Barley Beer
49 Games, music dominate Top 10 iPhone applications in 2008
50 10 favorite gadgets
51 The phone that feels the flu before you do
52 Big-screen TVs expected to sell well this holiday season
53 Apple yanks Macintosh anti-virus software advice
54 Researcher designs robot that jumps like a grasshopper
55 Gift guide: A few tips for rocking out on the go
56 Trendy gadget gifts--but just in case, hang onto receipts
57 Review: MiBook is cheap, colorful e-book reader
58 Engineers work to make historic buildings safer during strong earthquakes
59 Researchers work on developing sign language for cell phones
60 AT&T to cut 12,000 jobs, 4 percent of staff
61 Wikipedia hopes to make editing user-friendly
62 NFL offers first live game broadcast in 3-D
63 More shoppers bought online Monday but spent less
64 Smartphone sales slow down in third quarter
65 Yahoo Internet search exec defects to Microsoft
66 Safer, better, faster: addressing cryptography's big challenges
67 Flickr revamps its mobile video-sharing features
68 Rooted plants move mysteriously down greenways, scientists say
69 Crystallography reveals the 3-D structure of mammalian sperm receptor
70 Dogs chase efficiently, but cats skulk counterintuitively
71 Gene packaging tells story of cancer development
72 Researchers solve piece of large-scale gene silencing mystery
73 Scientists ask: Is technology rewiring our brains?
74 Study finds treatment fails to improve common form of heart failure
75 Apple or pear shape is not main culprit to heart woes--it's liver fat
76 Scientists film inner workings of the immune system
77 Vitamin E shows possible promise in easing chronic inflammation
78 Mix of taiji, cognitive therapy and support groups benefits those with dementia
79 Creating Energy-Efficient National Parks
80 A Look Inside a Facebook for the Filthy Rich
81 NASA Delays Mars Mission to 2011
82 Clean Body, Clean Mind?
83 Horrifying Parasitic Illness Reaches All-Time Low
84 The Extensible Obama
85 Countries Looking to Obama on Climate
86 Logitech Celebrates Its One Billionth Mouse But The Party Might End Soon
87 Cleaner Air to Turn Iconic Buildings Green
88 Heart Drug 'Hype'? Docs Debate Crestor
89 Abortion Not Seen Linked With Depression
90 Parents Cut Corners in Poor Economy
91 Should Docs Disclose Drug Company Ties?
92 Vaccine Makers Urge Speedy Accord on Pandemic Plan
93 Gym Rat in Chief? Obama's Fitness Regimen
94 Hearing Again: Jessica's 'Miraculous' Recovery
95 Buzz Kill: Scientists Aim to Stop Ringing Ears
96 Is Your Happiness Contagious?
97 Empathetic virtual humans on the way
98 NASA delays next mission to Mars
99 'Voiceprints' are a misnomer, says expert
100 Oldest marijuana stash found
101 Quake potential remains in Sumatra: study
102 Collider 'needs warning system'
103 NASA delays its next Mars mission
104 Climate bill 'could lead world'
105 Gorilla states in poaching pledge
106 Japan sells Icelandic whale meat
107 One giant leap for 'teddy-nauts'
108 Rock painting reveals unknown bat
109 Warning over internet painkillers
110 Net speed rules come into force
111 A step closer to self-powered kit
112 On-demand video 'not competitive'
113 Microsoft tackles auction pirates
114 Parents warned on fake consoles
115 'Solar taxi' goes round the world
116 Cash demand over 'porn downloads'
117 Musicians tap new revenue model
118 Valley Girls: Mitchell Baker
119 Intelligent 'have better sperm'
120 Zimbabwe cholera 'an emergency'
121 Girls flee circumcision in Kenya
122 Plan for 12m pounds stroke ad campaign
123 Psychiatric drugs force queried
124 Baby Faith remains seriously ill
125 Stress hits even before pregnancy
126 Big drop in global measles cases
127 Happiness 'rubs off on others'
128 How darts star hit health bullseye
129 Caribbean nations see HIV success
130 Doctors qualify in Somali capital
131 US troops launch Iraq toxins case
132 Single cancer cell 'poses danger'
133 Mars Lab Mission Pushed Back To 2011
134 Europe Court Nixes U.K. DNA Database
135 Bush To Ease "Mountaintop Mining" Rule
136 Second Firefox 3.1 beta due 'very shortly'
137 Microsoft targets Windows XP pirates
138 Destructive Koobface virus turns up on Facebook
139 Ceramics That Won't Shatter
140 Proposed Fee On Smelly Cows, Hogs Angers Farmers
141 Climate Change, Drought To Strain Colorado River
142 Groups Protest Drilling-lease Auction In Utah
143 NASA Sets May Date For Hubble Telescope Repairs
144 First 3-D NFL Game Fumbles, Then Recovers
145 Can You Trust Online Doctor Rankings?
146 Heart Attack Patients Get 'big Chill' Treatment
147 Mobile Phones Affect Memory In Laboratory Animals, Swedish Study Finds
148 Ancient Climate Cycles Recorded In Mars Rocks
149 Quantum Trick Makes Metals Become Insulators
150 New Insight On Wonder Of Cell Division
151 U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Still Increasing
152 Brown Dwarfs Really Do Form Like Stars
153 Rolling 'Sea Grape' Rocks The Fossil Record
154 Blood Scanner Detects Even Faint Indicators Of Cancer
155 New Population Of Extremely Rare Snub-Nosed Monkey Discovered
156 Dormant Stem Cells For Emergencies
157 Engineers Work To Make Historic Buildings Safer During Strong Earthquakes
158 Flesh-eating Bacteria: Blood Tests Can Help Detect Presence Of Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections
159 A Little Wine Boosts Omega-3 In The Body: Novel Mechanism For A Healthier Heart Found
160 Climate Change Set Back For Acidified Rivers