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1 Study: 'Fat-ism' More Widespread Than Racism
2 A Planet is Born
3 Hedging Your Bets on Current Events
4 Seven Minutes in Heaven
5 Massive Job Cuts in Space Program Likely
6 Amazon Launches Text-Message Shopping
7 Internet Has a Trash Problem, Researcher Says
8 Octopi Get Leg Up on Sexual Competition
9 Oil Execs Grilled Over High Prices
10 'They're Here': The Mechanism of Poltergeist Activity
11 Sprint to Sell IPhone-Like Device
12 A Gift of Life Turns Deadly
13 Scientist: CDC Bosses Ignored Warning
14 Snakebit: Surviving the Black Mamba
15 Study: AIDS Drug Lifts Heart Attack Risk
16 More Students With Asperger Syndrome Going to College
17 Resistant staph kills healthy people too
18 Cute animals 'skewing' extinction debate
19 Tiniest black hole may make spaghetti
20 Astronomers see 'youngest planet'
21 GM seeds can 'last for 10 years'
22 Concern over 'zero carbon' homes
23 First movie of 'tsunami' on Sun
24 Drilling into a climate hotspot
25 Secret 'dino bugs' revealed
26 Children flock to social networks
27 Computers to merge with humans
28 Home birth to ward increases risk
29 Driven Out Of House And Home--By Newts
30 Serving JavaScript Fast
31 Firefox Gains On Internet Explorer In Businesses
32 The Violent, Passionate Life Of An Octopus
33 Massive Job Cuts In Space Program Likely
34 3rd-Graders' Plot To Attack Teacher Foiled
35 Oink! Book Has Congress' Biggest Porkers
36 Older Corneas May Be Good For Transplant
37 Getting Back To Work After A Stroke
38 Nextel Lives! Sprint Announces Six Phones, Wi-Fi BlackBerry for Push-To-Talk
39 Customizable Samsung Instinct Can Be Controlled By Voice (Sort of)
40 CTIA: Sprint Uses 'Instinct' To Compete With iPhone
41 World body confirms Microsoft's Open XML as new standard
42 ISO: Office Open XML ratified as standard
43 Report: sub-$200 WiFi touchscreen iPods from Apple by holidays
44 Gene Munster Believes A New iPhone Is Underway
45 Google Docs Neutralizes Microsoft Office With Offline Access
46 Google Heats Up Office Battle With Offline Docs Access
47 Adobe's Lightroom 2 beta broadens editing horizons
48 Adobe fires across Apple's bow with Lightroom 2.0 beta
49 Rubicon Knows Who The iPhone Users Are
50 Study gives insight into iPhone users
51 Study: iPhone Pays Off Big for Apple and AT&T
52 Study: half of iPhone users have added unofficial third party apps
53 The anatomy of an iPhone user (and why they want new form factors)
54 Today's iPhone Users are Young, Rich, and Technically Savvy
55 General Motors' R&D Chief Urges More Hydrogen Fueling Stations
56 Hydrogen highway hits roadblock
57 Hydrogen fueling stations stall in Calif.
58 Very Premature Babies Show Raised Risk for Autism
59 Study Finds Home Defibrillator Is No Help
60 FEMA Trailers Gone Bad
61 Study Finds Older Corneas Suitable for Transplantation
62 Cornea Transplants: Older Donors OK
63 Promising new nanotechnology for spinal cord injury
64 Carnegie Mellon researchers to curb CO2 emissions
65 Sudden 'ecosystem flips' imperil world's poorest regions, say water experts
66 Symposium to Explore Role Nanoparticles May Play in Disease
67 New formula for combating the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide
68 The bombardier beetle, power venom and spray technologies
69 Darwin told us so: UBC researcher shows natural selection speeds up speciation
70 The choice is ours
71 Mouse calls help search for emotion-controlling genes
72 Feed that cold!
73 Yale study suggests evolutionary source of alcoholism's accidental enemy
74 Prebiotics--the key to fewer food poisoning stomach upsets--and healthy farm animals
75 Coral reefs and climate change: Microbes could be the key to coral death
76 Viruses, oxygen and our green oceans
77 Kalahari Desert soils and climate change
78 Climate and cholera
79 Researchers discover new species of disease-causing Leptospira
80 China's economic boom sparks biological invasions
81 Scientists reshape Y chromosome haplogroup tree gaining new insights into human ancestry
82 More solid than solid: A potential hydrogen-storage compound
83 Bon MOT: Innovative atom trap catches highly magnetic atoms
84 New Star Systems First of Their Kind
85 Algae could one day be major hydrogen fuel source
86 Scientists discover 356 animal inclusions trapped in 100 million years old opaque amber
87 NASA's GLAST Satellite Gets Twin Solar Panels in Prep for Launch
88 NASA scientists identify smallest known black hole
89 Researchers to Develop Ocean Sanctuary "Noise Budget" to Identify Sources and Evaluate Potential Impact on Marine Mammals and Fish
90 Nano-Softball Made of DNA
91 New mineralogical techniques contribute to prevent national heritage damage
92 Scientists discover 10 new planets outside solar system
93 Vive the vole!
94 AIDS may partly be the consequence of an evolutionary accident says scientist
95 How HIV hides itself
96 Bones mend faster without marrow
97 Overweight kids have fewer cavities, new study shows
98 Experiments point to new treatments for PKD
99 Indigenous peoples hardest hit by climate change describe impacts
100 Study identifies mechanism underlying multidrug resistance in fungi
101 Evidence lacking on health benefits of drinking lots of water
102 Unraveling how a drug helps patients with multiple sclerosis
103 Amateur singers, singing teachers less likely to identify serious vocal problems
104 Software tackles production line machine 'cyclic jitters'
105 NIST shows on-card fingerprint match is secure, speedy
106 CO2 emission reduction assumptions overly optimistic, says study
107 Music File Compressed 1,000 Times Smaller than MP3
108 Some Migratory Birds Can't Find Success in Urban Areas, Study Finds
109 Is it a bird, is it a plane, no it's a bridge!
110 Can a laser scanner drive a car?
111 Smart aircraft wings and new lightweight construction materials
112 Seizure-Causing Computer Hack Predicted in Sci-Fi
113 Study Links Preemies With Autism Signs
114 Study: Octopuses Kinky Creatures of Sea
115 Mid-Size Black Hole Answers Longstanding Question
116 Ancient Bones Found in Wisconsin Cave
117 Autism Still a Mystery
118 Why Do We Have Fingernails?
119 Smallest Black Hole Found
120 When Did April Fool's Day Begin?
121 Nanowire 'Power Shirt'
122 Paranoia Pervasive, Study Finds
123 LiveScience's Image of the Day: 3-D Magnet Map
124 Brains Wired to Tell Left from Right
125 Study: Humans Drove Final Nail into Mammoth Coffin
126 Solar Tsunamis Move at Astronomical Speeds
127 Galaxy Evolution Seen in Action
128 Smallest Known Black Hole Discovered
129 First Sex Found in Australian Fossils?
130 Deadly Frog Fungus Spreads in Virus-Like Waves
131 Climate Change, Then Humans, Drove Mammoths Extinct
132 PHOTOS: National Geographic Parodied by Harvard Lampoon
133 Power of Light
134 Giant Skeletons Fuel Web Hoax
135 Intact Colossus of Egypt's Queen Tiye Found
136 Genetic link for lung cancer identified
137 Are the IPCC scenarios 'unachievable'?
138 Climate challenge underestimated?
139 Easy ways to other Earths
140 Medieval calculator up for grabs
141 Waste concrete could help to lock up carbon
142 Transgenic crops can persist for ten years
143 Double-whammy gene keeps smokers hooked
144 Monkeys eavesdrop on neighbours' orgasmic cries
145 Have astronomers spotted the youngest known planet?
146 Bill Gates boosts fight against killer wheat fungus
147 Gravitational wave detectors to get major upgrade
148 Internet addiction is a psychiatric disorder
149 Fears grow over Botox safety
150 Bugs provoke the immune system into fighting cancer
151 'Peanut' stars may explain strange supernovae
152 Universe's tiniest black hole discovered
153 Wings with 'elbows' allow more acrobatic aircraft
154 China's boom sparks mass species invasion
155 Dinosaur killer found in volcanic bubbles
156 Mutant monkeys get hooked on a drug called mum
157 Humans in the clear over mammoth extinction?
158 'Artificial cell' can make its own genes
159 Statistics can predict Oscars winners
160 'They're here': The mechanism of poltergeist activity
161 How to transform your arm into a wing
162 How to be reincarnated as a queen
163 War exacts heavy toll on civilian mental health
164 Laser medical scan does away with biopsies
165 Starving before chemotherapy could save more lives
166 'Mountains' on stars could trigger gravitational waves
167 Fish "Eavesdropping" for Food Odors Connected to Global Climate Regulation
168 Researchers ID Gene Linked to Lung Cancer
169 Emission Reduction Assumptions for Carbon Dioxide Overly Optimistic
170 Gene Mutations Tied to Immune Comeback During Therapy for HIV-1
171 Symposium to Explore Role Nanoparticles May Play in Disease
172 NIST Recommends Best Fits Between Federal 'Locks' and 'Keys'
173 Models Look Good when Predicting Climate Change
174 Software Tackles Production Line Machine 'Cyclic Jitters'
175 More Solid than Solid: A Potential Hydrogen-storage Compound
176 Researchers Show On-card Fingerprint Match Is Secure, Speedy
177 Bon MOT: Innovative Atom Trap Catches Highly Magnetic Atoms
178 Astronomers Find Suspected Medium-Size Black Hole in Omega Centauri
179 Researchers Say Worldwide Water Shortage on Horizon
180 Researchers Purposely Damage Batteries to See How Much Abuse They Can Take
181 Music File Compressed 1,000 Times Smaller than MP3
182 Habitat Destruction May Wipe Out Monarch Butterfly Migration, Researcher Says
183 Algae Could One Day be Major Hydrogen Fuel Source
184 Fueling Ethanol Production While Protecting Water Quality
185 Economic Boom and Olympic Games Pose Threat of Biological Invasion of China
186 Cleaning up Halifax Harbour (But Don't Get Out Your Bathing Suit Just Yet...)
187 Shuttle Retirement May Bring Loss of 8,600 Jobs, NASA Says
188 Inside the Black Budget
189 Blind to Change, Even as It Stares Us in the Face
190 The Ancient Mechanics and How They Thought
191 Professor Puts a Face on the Performance of Baseball Managers
192 April Fool! The Purpose of Pranks
193 As Fight for Water Heats Up, Prized Fish Suffer
194 New Therapies Fight Phantom Noises of Tinnitus
195 Am I Looking at a Malignant Melanoma?
196 The Little Tingle Tells You It's Working
197 Q & A: Singing and Fitness
198 A Grim Tradition, and a Long Struggle to End It
199 Genetic Link Tied to Smoking Addiction
200 Reynolds Ads Say Tobacco Oversight Is Burden F.D.A. Doesn't Need
201 AIDS Drug Lifts Heart Attack Risk, Study Shows
202 Feeling Paranoid? You're Not Alone
203 Overweight Kids Have Fewer Cavities
204 C-Section Moms Less Likely to Have More Kids
205 How Stupid Is Your Bike Lane?
206 Really? The Claim: A Fever in a Baby Is a Sign of Teething