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1 Tiny bug threatens California citrus industry
2 Satellite radio saga takes unexpected turn
3 Movie shows alien's-eye view of Earth and Moon
4 Space chiefs ponder ISS transport problem, post-2015 future
5 Baby panda adopted and nursed by cat dies
6 Army to shoot live pigs for medical drill
7 Animal rights group targets popular Wyo. rodeo
8 Canal fossils give clue to formation of Americas
9 Two genes may prevent HIV infection: Canadian research centre
10 Gene therapy opens new frontier in fight against Huntington's
11 Gore urges total shift to renewable energy to avert disaster
12 Gore: Carbon-free electricity in 10 years doable
13 Texas approves major new wind power project
14 How Mars and Alaska Are Alike
15 Food safety worries change buying habits
16 China denies Olympic ban on drug sales
17 Gene Mutation Puts Some Kids at Risk for Tobacco Addiction
18 Parents of Autistic Children Are Often Aloof Themselves
19 Russian antihistamine drug does well in Alzheimer's test
20 Alzheimer's vaccine stopped plaque, not dementia
21 Warming health report: Poor, elderly to hurt most
22 Cancer Survival Depends on Where You Live
23 Analgesic drugs don't reduce ovarian cancer risk
24 Too much sleep tied to stroke risk in older women
25 Breast-feeding triggers pulses of feel-good hormone
26 Researchers close in on chlamydia vaccine
27 Galaxy's second brightest star found
28 Icebergs sweep clean Antarctic seabed
29 Grunting fish yield vocal clues [cf. 86]
30 Breastfeeding trust hormone clue
31 Sea die-out blamed on volcanoes
32 Gore challenges US to ditch oil
33 Tales from beyond the grave
34 Intel marks 40 years of chip making
35 Tribe takes on global mining firm
36 Scientists look for cash spinners
37 Unsafe chargers 'flooding' the UK
38 'No decision' on giant database
39 MoD admits loss of 'secret' files
40 Lost tapes of the Dr. Who composer
41 Alzheimer's drug trial 'promise'
42 UN in call for basic sanitation
43 Pakistan polio case despite truce
44 Scan 'detects obsessive disorder'
45 US set to overturn HIV travel ban
46 'My heart stopped in the pool'
47 Singing For Sex: Even Ugly Fish Do It
48 Texas Approves Massive Wind Power Project
49 AIDS Vaccine Trial Scaled Back
50 EPA Sued Over Florida Water Pollution
51 Al Gore: Energy Crisis Can Be Fixed
52 GoDaddy Offers .Me Domain Names. It's a Big .Fail So Far.
53 World's First Commercial-Scale Tidal Power Turbine Begins Feeding Electricity to the Grid
54 10 things I've overheard about my Linux laptop while on public transportation
55 5 Most Popular Linux-hackable Gadgets
56 5 sights the U.S. government won't let Google show you
57 Response To A Well-Wired Life
58 Tiny Bug Threatens California Citrus Industry
59 Calif Condors' Animal Instinct Takes Over In Fire
60 Should We Move Species To Save Them?
61 Alzheimer's Vaccine Stopped Plaque, Not Dementia
62 Family Sues Co. For Muscular Dystrophy Drug
63 Plans For Large-scale AIDS Vaccine Trial Dropped
64 Video game sales soar 53 percent in June
65 NPD: Nintendo Maintains Blistering Pace, Sony Doubles Hardware Sales
66 NPD: Nintendo Wii the top-selling, current-gen console
67 AT&T mistakenly announces free Wi-Fi for iPhone users...again
68 AT&T offers iPhone owners free access to 17,000 WiFi hotspots [u]
69 AT&T posts, pulls free iPhone Wi-Fi access page
70 NebuAd: Galileo or pariah?
71 Reps Give Thumbs Down to Sniffing Online Activity
72 San Francisco System Admin Pleads Not Guilty
73 San Francisco Network Admin Enters Not Guilty Plea
74 NASA Study Says Water Flowed Freely On Mars
75 Re: Minerals Provide a Record of Past Martian Water [comment by CRISM principal investigator]
76 Clay minerals point to vast Martian lakes
77 Rich Wet Environments In Mars's Past May Have Supported Life
78 Review: iPhone 3G
79 Are iPhone VoIP Apps A Threat To Wireless Carriers? No
80 The potential fallout from Apple vs. Psystar
81 Of Apple, Psystar users, and copyright
82 Apple's recall demand would probably kill Psystar, says IP attorney
83 Mac Cloner Psystar Resumes Operations Despite Apple Suit
84 Apple's Demands Against Psystar, Rightful Or Exaggerated?
85 Grunting, humming fish joins ancient chorus
86 Humming Fish Reveal Ancient Origin of Vocalization [cf. 29]
87 Spread the word: Fish talk
88 We all sing like fish
89 Will Sony's PSP Get a Hard Drive?
90 SHIFT: Putting the iPhone 3G in perspective
91 Dutch court allows publication of Mifare security hole research
92 Dutch university can publish controversial Oyster research
93 Old eyes can learn new tricks; findings offer hope for adults with 'lazy eye'
94 New approach to cancer: Find most tightly controlled genes
96 Suckling infants trigger surges of trust hormone in mothers' brains
97 Obsessive compulsive disorder linked to brain activity
98 Iceberg scour affects biodiversity
99 Global warming experts recommend drastic measures to save species
100 Researchers discover primary sensor that detects stomach viruses
101 Researchers explore the genetic basis of social behavior in ants
102 Surges of trust hormone between mother and infant are created by dendrites
103 Novel computational model describes the speed at which HIV escapes the immune response
104 Natural selection may not produce the best organisms
105 Discovery of a new signaling mechanism may lead to novel anti-inflammatory therapy
106 From humming fish to Puccini: Vocal communication evolved with ancient species
107 Early study reveals promising Alzheimer's disease treatment
108 Vaccine for koala chlamydia close
109 The aorta is torn apart in the Marfan syndrome
110 Saving the wild orchids of Borneo
111 UNC, Caltech research finds further evidence for genetic contribution to autism
112 New Technique Gets to the Root of Cancer
113 Fuel from food waste: bacteria provide power
114 Using Magnetic Nanoparticles to Combat Cancer
115 Tips on how to build a better home for biological parts
116 Virtual world is sign of future for scientists, engineers
117 Eruptions wiped out ocean life 94 million years ago
118 Protein Transports Nutrients Believed to Protect Against Eye Disease
119 Students Who Use "Clickers" Score Better on Physics Tests
120 New Kind of MRI Enables Study of Magnets for Computer Memory
121 Super-resolution X-ray microscopy
122 Could arthritis wonder drugs provide clues for all disease?
123 Tree branching key to efficient flow in nature and novel materials
124 First full 3D view of cracks growing in steel
125 Advance brings low-cost, bright LED lighting closer to reality
126 Scientists demonstrate the sharpest measurement of ice crystals in clouds
127 Nanosculpture Could Enable New Types of Heat Pumps and Energy Converters [cf. 181]
128 Molecular Hula Hoop
129 CSHL scientists correlate enzyme expression levels with chemotherapy drug response
130 Heart attack not a death sentence
131 Insight into mechanisms of diabetes-induced microvascular disease reveals new therapies
132 HIV conquers immune system faster than previously realized
133 Studies refute common stereotypes about obese workers
134 Averting postsurgical infections in kids: Give antibiotics within hour before first incision
135 An ID for Alzheimer's?
136 Comrades to consumers: study of advertising reveals China's startling transformation
137 Hydrogen vehicles making impressive progress toward commercialization
138 New roadside beautification concept studied
139 Research Publications Online: Too Much of A Good Thing?
140 iTunes allows radiologists to save, sort and search personal learning files
141 Beyond Cold: How the World Works at -459 Degrees
142 Rumor Debunked: No Flip-Flop on Global Warming
143 New Video Sees Earth from Alien Perspective
144 Psychic Nearly Destroys Family
145 Victor Emerges in Stormy Battle on Jupiter
146 Gene Variations May Predict Antidepressant Response
147 Meat Eaters Live a Lie
148 8 Signs the Animal Kingdom Is Out of Whack
149 In the Field: Burmese Motorcycle Diaries
150 Right and Wrong: How War Changes Children
151 Bigger is Better, Until You Go Extinct
152 Galapagos invaders go native
153 Column: Muse. Who says the Internet broadens your horizons?
154 Virtual drug den to aid addiction research
155 HIV vaccine trial cancelled
156 Flying robots have their wings clipped
157 The best places in the world to have cancer
158 Do the sexes have different dietary needs?
159 'Ten Commandments' of race and genetics issued
160 Sensors provide motion capture without the cameras
161 Painless needle mimics a mosquito's bite
162 Aloof parents may produce autistic children
163 'Sleepless' gene hints at the nature of slumber
164 What would Earth look like to alien astronomers?
165 Grunting fish tell of the origins of human speech
166 Atom-thick carbon sheets set new strength record
167 Missing fossils could warn of extreme climate to come
168 People power is new weapon against Olympic terrorism
169 Threatened species 'need help' finding cooler homes
170 Academics hack London's transport payment system
171 'Blade Runner' fails to make the Olympic cut
172 Chemical breakthrough turns sawdust into biofuel
173 Smell of fresh earth traced to bacteria genes
174 Panel finds misconduct by bubble fusion researcher
175 New Kind of MRI Enables Study of Magnets for Computer Memory
176 Team Creates Touch-based Illusion
177 Three Red Spots Mix It Up on Jupiter
178 From Humming Fish to Puccini: Vocal Communication Evolved with Ancient Species
179 New TNFR Signaling Mechanism Discovered
180 Shaping the Nation's Renewable Energy Future
181 Nanosculpture Could Enable New Types of Heat Pumps and Energy Converters [cf. 127]
182 Researchers Author Textbook on Biological and Chemical Terrorism Countermeasures
183 Anthropologist Helps Unravel Mummy Mystery
184 Sandia Sends Sensors Into Space to Detect Nuclear Blasts Globally