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1 4 Panda Cubs Born at Chinese Breeding Center
2 Floods Strip Midwest of Tons of Valuable Topsoil
3 Mars Lander Has Trouble Getting Sample in Oven
4 Static Continues for iPhone Debut
5 Ex-Google Engineers Debut 'Cuil' Way to Search
6 Out of Space or Out of Mind?
7 Baby Feeding by Mom's Friends
8 22,000 Vets Call in Suicide Hot Line's 1st Year
9 Doctor's Appointment? Don't Go It Alone
10 'Attractive' Voice May Speak Volumes About Desirability
11 What Is the Future of Medical Genetics?
12 Austin Man Offers $1 Billion for Cancer Cure
13 'Baby Talk' Irritates Alzheimer's Patients
14 'Dinosaur eel' could inspire future armour
15 Mountain building boosts oxygen
16 Aerial surveys 'underestimate' ferals
17 Phoenix tries again for ice test
18 Blood pressure drug dementia hope
19 Lingering pollution worries China
20 Life sentence
21 Search site aims to rival Google
22 China becomes biggest net nation
23 Microsoft backs open source work
24 Caffeine use common in athletes
25 Obesity gene 'affects appetite'
26 Worry 'ups men's diabetes risk'
27 The heartbreaking long goodbye
28 Your DNA's in the post
29 free online speed reader
30 A yearn to kern: 'Fonts are the clothes that words wear'
31 High-tech lifestyle takes toll on budget
32 Tech Zombies: 6 Technologies That Don't Know They're Dead
33 Study: Exercise Slows Alzheimer's Brain Atrophy
34 Cuil: Another Google Challenger Launches
35 Cuil search engine: Reinventing the wheel
36 Former Employees of Google Prepare Rival Search Engine
37 Cuil hopes to put the heat on Google
38 Ex-Googler, Husband Launch Cuil New Search Engine
39 New search engine takes aim at Google
40 Fabrik launches 'eco-friendly' hard drive
41 Fabrik Claims New Drive Is Green, Really Green
42 'World's Most Eco Friendly External Drive' released
43 Apple Begins Opening Up About MobileMe Problems
44 We're Really Sorry, Says Apple, Really We Are
45 Apple: MobileMe on the mend, but some mail lost forever
46 China Takes Over the [strike: Censored] Internet
47 China's Internet Population Growing At A Fast Pace
48 San Francisco to Hopefully Learn From Its Mistakes
49 Oops--SF prosecutors put city passwords on public record
50 City missed steps to avoid network lockout
51 Google: Web Has Over 1 Trillion Unique URLs
52 Google detects a trillion URLs
53 Google Counts More Than 1 Trillion Unique Web URLs
54 Mars Lander Glitch Prevents Dirt-Baking Effort
55 Mars lander has trouble getting sample in oven
56 Phoenix Scoop Ready for Sampling
57 iPhone, App Store problems causing more than just headaches
58 The App Store could spread like wildfire through Apple's product line
59 iPhone's offer for music fans!
60 Nintendo Not Worried About iPhone Games
61 Microsoft Calls Forrester's Windows Vista Report 'Schizophrenic'
62 Microsoft slams 'sensationalist' Vista analysis
63 When worlds collide: Microsoft funds Apache
64 Microsoft Becomes Official Apache Sponsor
65 Microsoft Becomes Apache Open Source Backer
66 Microsoft cozies up to open source, donates $100,000 to Apache
67 The bMighty ANTenna
68 Microsoft Adds Windows Live Search To Facebook
69 Cuil Trots Out Dark Horse Search Contender
70 FCC probably can't police Comcast's BitTorrent throttling
71 FCC Likely To Fine Comcast Over Network Management Practices
72 Usernames and passwords to San Francisco network exposed in court docs
73 Ask Dave Taylor: What does it mean to 'sculpt pagerank' on a Web site?
74 Pacific Region May Show the Future of Coral Reefs in More Acidic Oceans
75 As Ocean Warms, Coral Loses Anchor in Acidic Waters
76 Study: Reefs may "Unglue" in Oceans with High Carbon Dioxide
77 UPDATE 2-Allon drug boosts memory in pre-Alzheimer patients
78 Study: 'Pre-dementia' is rising, especially in men
79 Alzheimer's Treatment Trials May Have Special Challenges
80 How to converse with someone who has Alzheimer's
81 Statins may protect against memory loss: study
82 Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs Might Help Prevent Alzheimer's
83 Your Brain on Statins
84 Statins versus dementia
85 Statins cut risk of dementia by half, research finds
86 Statins May Protect Against Dementia: Study
87 S.F. protest against Savage's autism remarks
88 Surgical errors cost $1.5 billion a year: report
89 Surgical Errors Cost Almost $1.5B a Year
90 New AHRQ Study Finds Surgical Errors Cost Nearly $1.5 Billion Annually
91 FDA clears US jalapenos in Salmonella outbreak
92 Bayer, Onyx's Nexavar approved to treat liver cancer in China
93 Onyx gets Chinese approval for liver cancer drug
94 Nexavar Approved for Liver Cancer in China
95 China reports half of world's new liver cancer cases
96 Bayer Drug Nexavar Receives Approval To Treat Liver Cancer
97 Hospitalizations for Heart Failure Skyrocketing
98 For parents, a phone dilemma
99 Cell phone cancer warning adds to parental worries
100 Should We Worry Following Cell Phone, Cancer Warning?
101 Industry says granite countertops are safe to use
102 Toxic chemicals found in fresheners
103 Accelerated Bone Turnover Remains after Weight Loss
104 Researchers analyze how new anti-MRSA abtibiotics function
105 Soil's Carbon Storage Capacity Investigated
106 UT Knoxville professor finds unexpected key to flowering plants' diversity
107 No-Tillage Plus
108 New UGA biomass technology dramatically increases ethanol yield from grasses and yard waste
109 Study Suggests 86 Percent of Americans Could be Overweight or Obese by 2030
110 A bee's future as queen or worker may rest with parasitic fly
111 Newly discovered monkey is threatened with extinction
112 Compound that helps rice grow reduces nerve, vascular damage from diabetes
113 Eating fish may explain very low levels of heart disease in Japan
114 Osu Study Shows Exposure to Bad Air Raises Blood Pressure
115 Birdsong not just for the birds
116 Foods high in conjugated linoleic acids can enrich breast milk
117 Caltech bioengineers develop 'microscope on a chip'
118 Symbiotic microbes induce profound genetic changes in their hosts
119 Statins may protect against memory loss
120 Being a control freak aids dividing cells
121 Piecing together an extinct lemur, large as a big baboon
122 Researchers tap into a new and potentially better source of platelets for transfusion
123 Francisella tularensis: Stopping a biological weapon
124 Bacteria reveal secret of adaptation at Evolution Canyon
125 The quiet explosion
126 Mustard--hot stuff for natural pest control
127 Scientists demonstrate highly directional semiconductor lasers
128 Snapshot of past climate reveals no ice in Antarctica millions of years ago
129 Golden Scales: Nanoscale Mass Sensor from Berkeley Can Be Used to Weigh Individual Atoms and Molecules
130 Revolutionary green technology bus has DOE roots
131 Argonne scientists discover new class of glassy material
132 Japanese diet rich in fish may hold secret to healthy heart
133 Statins may protect against memory loss
134 A new biomarker for early cancer detection? Research reveals that 'microRNA' may fit the bill
135 Hip bone density helps predict breast cancer risk
136 Prostate cancer patients undergoing hormone therapy may experience cognitive effects
137 University of Minnesota researchers map out America's deadliest roads
138 Current exercise recommendations may not be sufficient for overweight women to sustain weight loss
139 Dietary factors appear to be associated with diabetes risk
140 Study examines prevalence of hearing loss in the US
141 Thyrotropin levels associated with Alzheimer's disease risk in women
142 Study links soft drinks and fruit drinks with risk for diabetes in African-American women
143 Erectile dysfunction drugs allowed more chemotherapy to reach brain tumors in laboratory study
144 A hormone that enhances one's memory of happy faces
145 UC San Diego's GreenLight Project to Improve Energy Efficiency of Computing
146 Tree Shrew Sober Despite Drinking All Day
147 Skull of Large Extinct Primate Reconstructed
148 Interactive Map Shows Deadliest U.S. Roads
149 New Cookware Speeds Microwaving Time
150 Rates of Mild Cognitive Impairment Higher Than Expected
151 New Solar System Guide: The Latest Lingo
152 How a Monk and His Peas Changed the World
153 Rock Reunites Antarctica and North America
154 Age makes Moon crater attractive site for lunar base
155 Consent issues restrict stem-cell use
156 Stats reveal bias in NIH grant review
157 Scientists to dive to the bottom of the world's deepest lake
158 Stars may not be so fine-tuned after all
159 Dementia vastly underestimated in the developing world
160 Wild orangutans treat pain with natural anti-inflammatory
161 Invention: Smart specs for the blind [et al.]
162 Blue light helps flies feel the force
163 Tweaked Kevlar vest stops bugs as well as bullets
164 Swapping facial features protects online privacy
165 33% of China's carbon footprint blamed on exports
166 Nanowire lawns make for sheets of image sensors
167 iPod-size microscope could become lifesaving gadget
168 Boozy tree shrews avoid fermented fruit hangovers
169 Phoenix's first ice study foiled by sticky Mars dirt
170 'Gravity tractor' could deflect asteroids, NASA study says
171 Being a Control Freak Aids Dividing Cells
172 Researchers Worldwide Use CT Technology to Virtually Reconstruct Skull of a Large Extinct Lemur
173 Statins May Protect Against Memory Loss
174 Scientists Discover New Class of Glassy Material
175 Revolutionary Green Technology Bus Has DOE Roots
176 No-Tillage Plus: Cover Crops Offer a Model for Sustainability in Tropical Soils
177 Soil's Carbon Storage Capacity Investigated
178 A Bee's Future as Queen Or Worker May Rest with Parasitic Fly
179 Newly Discovered Monkey Is Threatened with Extinction
180 Green Roofs Differ in Building Cooling, Water Handling Capabilities
181 Scientists Discover Rapid, Cost-Effective, 100% Recyclable Method to Produce Ultra-strong Magnets
182 Students' Device Aims to Protect Electric Utility Workers