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1 Fastest bio-degradable plastic made
2 Researchers to open sealed cave
3 T-shirts that sense muscle activity
4 Village can't afford to replace rapidly deteriorating sewage plant
5 Buildings with immune system
6 EU to send experts to check toxic chemicals in ferry
7 The serendipitous garden
8 Accidental fungus leads to promising cancer drug
9 Device puts steering at the tip of the tongue
10 Green tea protects against heart disease: study
11 Doctors extract cancer cells from blood sample
12 Pyramid Cave May Solve Ancient Mystery
13 New West Nile virus strain may worsen epidemic
14 A tomato by any other name? Experts set food rules
15 Earth's Noisy Cries Recorded in Space
16 Key to Stradivarius' Sweet Sound Found
17 China's Latest Olympic Woe: Algae
18 Orangutan Populations Declining Sharply
19 China admits controversial tiger photos faked
20 Crumbling Pompeii site in "state of emergency"
21 2,278-yr-old mummy dying a slow death
22 Jacobean 'Titanic' discovered by archaeologists
23 Research casts new light on Ice Age
24 Texas Archaeological Dig Challenges Assumptions about First Americans
25 Archaeologists 'used to destroy heritage'
26 The battle for Tbilisi's soul
27 Archaeological sites in south Iraq have not been looted, say experts
28 Greece theatres threatened by chewing gum and high heels
29 Five ways to keep your PC cool on a hot summer day
30 Report: US broadband market edging towards saturation
31 Virgin, BPI at odds as first infringement letters go out
32 Hands on: Filtrbox tries to filter out information overload
33 First look: Mozilla Weave 0.2 puts Firefox in the cloud
34 Poll: US taxpayers want more funding for scientific research
35 Mozilla sets Guinness World Record with Firefox 3 launch
36 Australia shows US how a real broadband strategy works
37 Microhoo redux? Something's up, but no one quite knows what
38 Microsoft Equipt: 3 Office, OneCare licenses for $70/year
39 Intel: an expensive many-core future is ahead of us
40 Campus copyright battle moves to textbook torrents
41 Biofuels force up the price of food
42 Cot death risk linked to serotonin
43 Watermelon gives Viagra stiff competition
44 Aussie diamonds a clue to life birth
45 Solar system is an egg
46 9/11 sniffer dog set to be cloned
47 An epic battle in the war over nature
48 SOS: 100 years as international distress call
49 Teenage girl in Alaska bike race mauled by bear
50 Photos of rare tiger exposed as fake
51 Mutant seaweed threatens Olympic races
52 EUROPEANS! You have until MONDAY to contact your MEP and save the EU from a three-strikes copyright rule!
53 Anatomic model puzzles of surpassing loveliness
54 Iran: death penalty for "corrupt weblogs"
55 Black flies surge in Maine's clean rivers
56 Sharp thinking
57 Should I eat that tomato?
58 High-tech cowboy calls the cattle home
59 Bullets vs. binoculars
60 State starts a green era
61 The Pit of Life and Death
62 The American Gustation Crisis of 1985
63 Why do so many Americans have crummy Internet speeds?
64 What comes after silicon?
65 The battle of the browsers
66 What, people managed before computers?
67 MIT team plays with fire to create cheap energy
68 Marriage counseling moves online
69 Military inventions hit the civilian market
70 Wanted: inner-city supermarkets
71 In Olympian swimsuits, threads of history
72 Sonar enters the third dimension
73 Study abroad through Second Life
74 Giant impact explains Martian mystery
75 Genes affect voter participation
76 'Good' cholesterol aids ageing memory
77 Travel offsets a good idea but not popular
78 Fossils of early Earth life may be on the Moon
79 Our Solar System is egg-shaped
80 Mercury shaped by titanic vulcanism
81 Edison, Make Way for the L.E.D.'s
82 Super-sensitive and small: New MIT detector uses nanotubes to sense deadly gases
83 CleanTech Biofuels to Turn Dirty Diapers Into Ethanol
84 SF Passes Largest City Solar Program in U.S. (Finally)
85 Experimental Alzheimer's drug is 'astonishing'
86 'Electron turbine' could print designer molecules
87 Bright Chunks At Phoenix Lander's Mars Site Must Have Been Ice
88 Colossal construction: The world's nine largest science projects
89 Drivers Log 30 Billion Fewer Miles in US
90 More Efficient, Lower Impact Solar Panels Developed
91 Stunning New Terminal at Shenzen Bao'an International Airport
92 Colliding with nature's best-kept secrets
93 Spinnaker Tower Stairs to Generate Electricity
94 Charging up the stairs
95 Light fantastic: pedestrians to generate power
96 Pedestrians to power shopping centres
97 Announcing the "Internet for Everyone" campaign
98 A Robot That Learns to Use Tools
99 Scientist identify brain 'core' that could reveal secrets of thought
100 5 Next-Gen. Antibiotics That Could Save Your Life
101 Cancer Cells Become Normal With a Bit of Tweaking
102 New Cow Fat Motor Oil Biodegrades in Days
103 Could One Email Have Stopped a $1.4B Stealth Bomber Crash?
104 Burning Salt Water on YouTube, Inventor Waits for Prime Time
105 Paleontologist: This Is My Job
106 NASA Jumps at Patent for Plasma-Powered UFO Technology
107 How the PS3 Helped Build the World's Fastest Supercomputer
108 Why Can't Our Cars Get Better Mileage?
109 Endangered Animals 100 Times Worse Off than Previously Believed
110 Are Records Really Better?
111 Kinetic Energy for Formula One
112 Health Scare of the Day: Quantum Dots
113 The 411 on Your Next Cellphone
114 Dramatic Volcanism Forged Mercury's Surface
115 South Koreans Prefer Golf Cafes to Courses
116 Minn. Teen Charged With Offering His Vote on eBay
117 World's Oldest Mom
118 Spacecraft Woken for Asteroid Encounter
119 France to build second new-generation nuclear reactor
120 Japanese sailor first to cross Pacific in wave-powered boat
121 FDA reports more cases of salmonella illnesses
122 Medication Reduces Violence in Some Schizophrenics
123 Most study participants understand research goals
124 Barcode Technology Flaws Put Some Patients at Risk
125 Judge Rejects Bush's Stance On Wiretaps
126 One answer: Don't buy the iphone
127 3 Robots That Move Just Like Animals
128 Why I Still Use Windows 95
129 Fresh puzzle over dark energy supernovae
130 Wind power sails ahead in UK as US solar plans freeze
131 Cleaner fish calms predators with caresses
132 Giant rubber snake could be the future of wave power
133 Body-sensing shirt could sharpen up your tennis swing
134 Solar sail gets another chance for launch
135 Do we have the technology to build a bionic human?
136 Gophers Beware: Biology Team Builds a Better Trap
137 Researchers Clarify Function of Glucose Transport Molecule; Findings May Lead to Improved Treatments for Diabetes, Obesity
138 'Mind's Eye' Influences Visual Perception
139 Instrument Shows What Planet Mercury Is Made Of
140 Immune Buildings Designed to Combat Chemical Warfare and Diseases
141 Ice Creamier: 'Edible Antifreeze' Puts the Smooth in Smoothie
142 What Gets People Hooked on Healthy Food Messages?
143 Will Everyone Who Had a Good Time Please Raise Your Hands? Materials Make STEM Fun for High School Teachers