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1 New Minn. Bridge Plans Arise as Bad Plates Fingered in Collapse
2 Four Engineering Breakthroughs Changing the Skyscraper Race
3 Super Soaker Inventor Aims to Cut Solar Costs in Half
4 Why Treasure Island Is the Super-Green City of the Future
5 Plasma Plaything Warms Up for Sun-Level Work on Fusion
6 Claim of alien cells in rain may fit historical accounts: study
7 Particle smasher may reveal extra dimensions
8 A common ancestor for all blue-eyed people
9 Science Takes on the Mother of Satan
10 Goose habitat in decline
11 ScienceShots
12 Move Over Beavers, Here Come Salmon
13 Punctuation Marks in Language Evolution?
14 A Clockwork Skin Cell
15 Tool Use Is Just a Trick of the Mind
16 Mind Reading
17 Universal Flu Vaccine
18 Enjoying Aggression
19 Scared Slow
20 Subliminal Political Messages: Science Sensei 10
21 Hydrogen Fuel Advance
22 Red Wine Aging Drug
23 Galaxy distortions shed light on cosmic acceleration
24 Two-species Fermi mixture is a first
25 Firm claims a 'dry' cryogenics first
26 Holography gets smart
27 The enigmatic snowflake
28 Bushfires spark extensive search for answers
29 Acid test for the seas
30 Listeria Outbreak Closes Whittier Farms for Good
31 Ancestor of modern crocodile found in Brazil--'Missing link'
32 Thailand tree apes use song as warning
33 Blind golfer hits hole-in-one [and other "Quirkies" (strange stories)]
34 Cut undersea Internet cables slow India's connectivity
35 REFILE--Bad weather keeps sea cable repair ship in Abu Dhabi
36 Would Merger Demote Yahoo to a Microsoft Front End?
37 GM unveils hybrid pickups
38 New 'jumbo' shrew is world's biggest
39 New shrew-like mammal found in Tanzania
40 Giant shrew discovered in Tanzania
41 Intel To Sell Apple MacBook Air Chip To PC Makers
42 Lenovo, Fujitsu planning to use Intel's MacBook Air chip
43 Intel's MacBook Air Chip Going to PC Makers Also
44 CORRECTED: Epsom salt can prevent cerebral palsy: U.S. study
45 Eye blinks may help to identify children prenatally exposed to alcohol
46 Targeting astrocytes slows disease progression in ALS
47 Acculturation in the Texas-Mexico border region: effects on drinking differ by gender
48 Why scratching brings relief
49 'Tear-free' onions created
50 Anti-tetanus vaccine launched
51 Epsom salts may save preterm babies
52 Soccer fans risk heart attacks
53 Dogs Could Be a Diabetic's Best Friend
54 Bug slime's surprising effect on disease
55 To Pull a Thorn From the Side of the Planet
56 A 'Bold' Step to Capture an Elusive Gas Falters
57 Motivated by a Tax, Irish Spurn Plastic Bags
58 Nets and New Drug Make Inroads Against Malaria
59 Indonesian Chickens, and People, Hard Hit by Bird Flu
60 Wal-Mart: The New Washington
61 No Body Left Untoned Preparing for Carnival
62 Gene linked to preterm birth among Hispanic women
63 Turkey confirms bird flu outbreak on Black Sea coast
64 Sitting on wet sand too long may cause stomach bug: study
65 FDA: New warning needed for Chantix
66 Report: U.S. falling short on TB battle
67 Mutated flu virus resists medicine
68 Another undersea Internet cable damaged in Mideast
69 Motorola Shares Soar on Possible Breakup
70 Rain Forests Fall at 'Alarming' Rate
71 Some scientists doubt Bush space plan
72 Ireland cuts way down on plastic bag use
73 India, U.S. sign space agreement
74 You Are What You Eat: Some Differences Between Humans And Chimpanzees Traced To Diet
75 Conspicuous Social Signaling Drives Evolution Of Chameleon Color Change
76 Novel Vaccine Concept Developed: Could Lead To AIDS Or Cervical Cancer Vaccines
77 Treatment Capitalizes On Unique Qualities Of Radioisotope To Prolong Lives Of Brain Tumor Patients
78 Swarm Approach To Photography Improves Contrast And Detail In Digital Photos
79 'Secret History' is a daft conspiracy theory of everything
80 Animal testers seek alternative to rats
81 Sedentary Lifestyle Accelerates Aging
82 Smash! The search for 'Sparticles'
83 Toward tolerating transplants
84 Book Review: Sex, Science & Profits: How People Evolved to Make Money by Terence Kealey
85 Review--Mating in Captivity
86 A grand lesson in humility [book review]
87 Areva says it is ready to build 12 reactors in South Africa
88 Iowa State Researcher Studies How Enzymes Break Down Cellulose
89 Squeezed Crystals Deliver More Volts Per Jolt
90 Boeing Awarded JDAM Production Contract
91 First Military Pilot Flies Lockheed Martin F-35
92 Suspected US missile hit Al-Qaeda den: Pakistani officials
93 Winter Freeze Sends Shockwaves Through China As Cash And More Run Short
94 Atlaspost. Com--An Innovative Social Mapping Site From Taiwan
95 Personal Navigation Devices Will Be Complemented, Not Replaced, By Handset-Based Navigation Solutions
96 Afghan Student Sentenced to Death After Downloading Report
97 Pirate Bay Says It Can't Be Sunk, Servers Scattered Worldwide
98 Study Finds Link Between Being Struck By Cream Pie, Diminished Social Standing [parody]
99 Half Of 26-Year-Old's Memories Nintendo-Related [parody]
100 Laid-Off Zoologist Goes On Tranquilizing Rampage [parody]
101 Former President Carter Sole Attendee At 1997 Solar Power Summit [parody]
102 Man Receives First-Ever Mouse-Heart Transplant [parody]
103 Scientists Isolate Pepsi-Resistant Gene [parody]
104 Telegeneticists Breed More Mediagenic Humans [parody]
105 New Solar System Discovered Four Feet From Earth [parody]
106 Doctors Closing In On 'Second Head-Bonk' Amnesia Cure [parody]
107 Report: Scientists Still Seeking Cure For Obesity [parody]
108 Mexican Scientists Perfect Copying [parody]