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1 Can Technology Tell Who's Laughing Now?
2 Google's Mobile Phone Plans Hit Delays: Report
3 Can the Martian Arctic Support Extreme Life?
4 $2 Million For My Life?
5 Facebook Targets China, World's Biggest Web Market
6 Fewer Students Pursue Computer-Related Degrees
7 Schoolyard Game Really Does Poke Eyes Out
8 New Clue to Alzheimer's Found in Form of Protein
9 Leukemia Pill May Improve Stroke Treatment: Study
10 Savannah cats not worth risk, says report
11 Glass structure could strengthen steel
12 Phoenix finds ice on Mars
13 Peace pledges as whale meet opens
14 'Neanderthal tools' found at dig
15 'Shake-up' for internet proposed
16 Chickens 'unlock allergy secrets'
17 India baby girl deaths 'increase'
18 Singer Winehouse has lung disease
19 Pill on the web scheme concerns
20 Treat knee pain with creams call
21 I got trench foot at Glastonbury
22 A first trip to the dentist
23 How care home keeps elderly healthy
24 EFF attacks foundation of entire RIAA lawsuit campaign
25 Toshiba Unveils Laptop With Cell-Derived Chip
26 Holographic handsets on the market by 2010
27 Hating Your Cellphone Company
28 Astronomers Discover Three New Planets
29 Comedy Icon George Carlin Dies At 71
30 New Clue To Alzheimer's Found
31 Google Android Plans Hit Setbacks
32 Google's Android Hits Snags With Mobile Carriers
33 The quotable Bill Gates: In his own words
34 ABC, ESPN Shows Landing on Veoh
35 Now That Ice Has Been Found On Mars, What About Life?
36 We've Got Water On Mars, Let's Find Life!
37 Phoenix Shake and Bake
38 Could Red Planet be capable of sustaining life?
39 White Patches Found in Mars Trench Are Ice, Scientists Say
40 Lander Finds Ice on Mars, Scientists Say
41 Veteran climate scientist says 'lock up the oil men'
42 Rare Mac Trojan exploits Apple vuln
43 Trojan Horsie Messes With Mac OS X
44 School board votes to fire Christian teacher
45 U.S. Music Market Dominated By Apple's iTunes
46 Steve Jobs delivers 3G iPhone: Porn sites & Hugh Hefner's Playboy cash in
47 California pols ask ISPs to block child porn
48 Calif. Asks ISPs To Block Newsgroups Exchanging Child Porn
49 Schwarzenegger wants California ISPs to terminate online child porn
50 Cell phone users must have hands-free device while driving
51 New clue to Alzheimer's disease found
52 Scientists Isolate a Toxic Key to Alzheimer's Disease in Human Brains
53 Researchers discover new Alzheimer's clue in rats
54 Autistic man recovering after rescue in Wis.
55 Doctor: 'It's amazing' autistic man survived for seven days
56 Hunt for Salmonella Tomatoes Underway in Florida, Mexico
57 Bad HIV Test Results Prompt Procedure Changes
58 Report: Hundreds Mistakenly Test Positive for HIV in New York
59 Cancer Drug Gleevec Could Fight Stroke
60 Imatinib (Gleevec) May Widen Window for tPA in Stroke
61 Bizarre Properties of Glass Revealed
62 Baby Crocs Cry Inside Eggs
63 How Smallpox Changed the World
64 Early Earth Marred by Acid Rain
65 8 Ways to Green Your Wedding
66 The Water Shortage Myth
67 Booze binges are catching
68 Unborn crocs chatter to synchronise hatching
69 Barrier Reef 'no-take' zones see leap in fish numbers
70 PC population reaches a billion as e-waste piles up
71 War death estimates 'should be tripled'
72 Invention: Freeze-dried blood [et al.]
73 Oil companies given right to 'harass' polar bears
74 Olympic start gun gives inside runners an edge
75 Frolicking chimp youngsters spread deadly epidemics
76 Did volcanoes trigger Mars megaflood?
77 Dual personality of glass explained at last
78 No Simple Answer to Role of Science in U.S.-Middle East Relations, Expert Says
79 Gene Silencer and Quantum Dots Reduce Protein Production to a Whisper
80 New Process Brings Nanoparticles Into Focus
81 Database Shows Effects of Acid Rain on Microorganisms in Adirondack Lakes
82 To Find Out What's Eating Bats, Biologist Takes to Barn Rooftops
83 Automated Microchip Reduces Genetic Screening Time
84 Years Later, Climatologist Renews His Call for Action
85 Philadelphia Set to Honor Darwin and Evolution
86 Sea of Trash
87 Earth Will Survive After All, Physicists Say
88 The New Trophy Home, Small and Ecological
89 U.S. May Free Up More Land for Corn Crops
90 Disgraced Cloner Reports Success With Tibetan Dog Breed
91 Zoo Review: Critters of a Wondrous Isle, Meet Your Friend and Foe
92 Think of Your Poor Feet
93 He's Pregnant. You're Speechless.
94 Advice for Doctors, From a Patient Long Ago
95 Many Normal-Weight Teens Feel Fat
96 Physicists Store Images in Vapor
97 A look into the nanoscale
98 CSIRO scientist discovers natural 'invisible' gold
99 UBC physicists develop 'impossible' technique to study and develop superconductors
100 University of Pennsylvania engineers reveal what makes diamonds slippery at the nanoscale
101 Super multi-use minerals unveiled
102 Study Finds Men More Than Women Share Creative Work Online
103 When threatened, a few African frogs can morph toes into claws
104 New ORNL process brings nanoparticles into focus
105 Radio telescopes reveal unseen galactic cannibalism
106 The robot that climbs in the pipe
107 Designing semantic software by numbers
108 DNA test to revolutionise sheep worm control
109 NBC service will show Olympic events via computer
110 Nasal spray using body's immune system provides hope of cure for common cold
111 Laser fluorescence could find life on Mars
112 Increased cancer risk following the use of radioactive Radium-224 in the therapy
113 Study in Circulation provides detail on how low blood flow promotes vascular disease
114 Britain's last Neanderthals were more sophisticated than we thought
115 Irish scientists probe seaweed power
116 From the egg, baby crocodiles call to each other and to mom
117 Abandoned farmlands are key to sustainable bioenergy
118 Hazard of old mobile phones under spotlight at UN meet
119 Engineers create 3-D model to help biologists combat blue tongue virus
120 Election forecasters preparing for historic election
121 Life on the edge: To disperse, or become extinct?
122 Console makers embrace indie game developers
123 Tethered molecules act as light-driven reversible nanoswitches
124 Softbank to sell iPhone for $215 in Japan
125 Automated microfluidic device reduces time to screen small organisms for genetic studies
126 Comcast's Fandango acquires from Disney
127 New internet domain names in 2009: ICANN
128 Electrical A-G Ratings may be on the way out
129 iTunes Store Tops Over Five Billion Songs Sold
130 Court agrees to review suit against AT&T
131 Study: Higher interstate speed limit proves safe for Indiana
132 Scientifically valid prevention programs cut rates of juvenile delinquency
133 Primate's scent speaks volumes about who he is
134 Research required urgently to control planthopper pests
135 Engaging teachers means engaged students
136 Severe retinal hemorrhaging is linked to severe motor vehicle crashes
137 Understanding the migration of cancer cells
138 DNA study unlocks mystery to diverse traits in dogs
139 Mothers' influence is decisive in tots' first year
140 Refusal of suicide order: Why tumor cells become resistant
141 Britain's Last Neanderthals Were More Sophisticated Than We Thought
142 DNA Study Unlocks Mystery To Diverse Traits In Dogs
143 Tissue Regeneration: New Source Of Heart Stem Cells Discovered
144 Math Could Help Cure Leukemia
145 Protons Partner With Neutrons More Often Than With Other Protons
146 Alcohol Abuse Can Damage The Brain By Decreasing Insulin And Insulin-like Growth Factor Receptors
147 Trap And Zap: Harnessing The Power Of Light To Pattern Surfaces On The Nanoscale
148 Desert Plant May Hold Key To Surviving Food Shortage
149 New Discoveries Get To The Heart Of Cardiovascular Disease
150 Intimate Examinations Should Not Be Performed Without Consent, Editorial Argues
151 Drug Reverses Mental Retardation Caused By Genetic Disorder; Hope For Correcting How Autism Disrupts Brain
152 New Findings On Immune System In Amphibians
153 New Web Resource To Improve Crop Engineering
154 World's Only Captive Hairy-nosed Otter Gets New Home
155 DNA Knot Keeps Viral Genes Tightly Corked Inside Shell, Scientists Discover
156 The Time Is Ripe For An Apple That Tastes Like Berries And One That Doesn't Brown
157 Harnessing The Tibetan Sun
158 Sprinters Closest To Starter Pistol Have Advantage Over Those Farther Away, Says Study
159 The Economics Of Nice Folks
160 Sharper Satellite Images
161 Solving the Mystery of fMRI
162 A Display That Tracks Your Movements
163 The Future of The Web
164 Genetic Testing for Consumers Scrutinized
165 Part I: The Business of Social Networks
166 New Clue to the Cause of Alzheimer's
167 The Salmonella Culprit: Cold Water?
168 A Cost-Effective Way to Save the World?
169 Study: Vitamin D Could Save Lives
170 How George Carlin Changed Comedy
171 Date set for Odysseus' return from Trojan War
172 NASA estimates 3,000 to 4,000 shuttle job losses
173 Collisions Fuel Black Hole Feeding Frenzies
174 Scientists Get the Scoop on Moon Exploration
175 Whaling commission meets to debate hunting resumption
176 Baltic Sea gasps for air as marine dead zones spread: WWF
177 Pandas facing enforced diet in China's quake zone
178 Oil rallies on Nigeria unrest, ignores Saudi pledge
179 Early Earth Marred by Acid Rain
180 Lack of sunshine vitamin may cloud survival odds
181 Medical Pot Ineffective as Acute Pain Treatment
182 New Source of Heart Stem Cells Found
183 New 5-in-1 Vaccine May Reduce Number of Pediatric Shots
184 Brain injuries cause half of seniors' fall deaths
185 Simple doctor's exam may predict stroke risk: study
186 Cancer Drug Gleevec Could Fight Stroke
187 Symptoms Plus Blood Test Boost Ovarian Cancer Detection
188 Salmonella can ride water into tomatoes