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1 Austrians Fete Voluptuous, Prehistoric Venus
2 Sept Launch for Bid to Crack Secrets of Universe
3 California Eyes Cattails to Combat Climate Change
4 Scientists Create Stem Cells for 10 Disorders
5 Whydah Pirate Ship Holds 'Tons' of Treasure
6 Medical Blogs May Threaten Patient Privacy
7 Lotus Makes Hybrids Sound Like Real Cars
8 Strange New World: Tech Picks of the Week
9 Reporters Booted From Conference for Hacking
10 Google Believes $1B Investment in AOL Is Crumbling
11 Companies Fined for Selling Dangerous Kids' Clothes
12 'Trust Game' May Shed Light On Common Mental Illness
13 Little Boy Saved By Kidney Transplant
14 Can Dirty Restaurants Make the Grade?
15 Flavor or Danger? Hidden Toxins in Gardens
16 Why Suri Cruise Should Drop the Bottle
17 Change in the wind for CRCs
18 Scientists map Neanderthal maternal DNA [cf. 138]
19 Tropical downpours 'becoming more intense'
20 Dachshunds gene 'blindness clue'
21 Robot plane sweeps over UK fields
22 Beijing heat 'could clear minds'
23 Smart future for swarming robots
24 Fertility treatments 'no benefit'
25 Big heart secrets 'aid athletes'
26 Condoms help tackle Indian taboos
27 Mexico prison tackles HIV ignorance
28 Facebook Users Warned Of Worm Attack
29 Scientists Create Stem Cells For Diseases
30 Decoding The Latest Business Buzzwords
31 A History Of Internet Fads And Trends
32 Newer Forensic Techniques Help Solve Cases
33 IKEA To Sell Solar Panels?
34 Aug. 7, 1944: Still a Few Bugs in the System
35 Got Digg Captcha...Don't Worry
36 Lucasfilm pulls PhoneSaber from the iTunes store
37 New fingerprint method can spot drugs or explosives
38 VMware joins Linux Foundation
39 California Eyes Cattails To Combat Climate Change
40 32 Research Monkeys Die In Accident At Nevada Lab
41 Men Adopt Twice As Often As Women
42 10 Tips For An Olympic Body
43 U.S. Warns Of Chinese Cyber-Spies
44 Eight People Bought Useless $1,000 iPhone App
45 Eight people now own a $1000 iPhone screensaver
46 'I Am Rich' Goes Broke In Apple Store
47 Black Hat spotlights virtualization, DNS issues
48 How eWEEK Got Hacked at Black Hat
49 Reporters Ejected After Black Hat Network Attack
50 French journalists steal passwords at security conference, get kicked out
51 New technique IDs substances, not just fingerprints
52 Fingerprint Test Tells What a Person Has Touched
53 Fingerprints prove more than just identity
54 Fingerprint technology to reveal much more than identity
55 Testing Body Tissues For Cancer Molecules Could Aim Crime Probes
56 CERN: LHC to fire first proton-smash ray next month
57 Countdown begins for super-accelerator
58 Lenovo Confirms It's Looking At IBM's 'Microsoft-Free' Client
59 Inside MobileMe: Secrets of the Cloud and Mobile Push
60 'I Am Rich' Dude: I Made $6000 From My Dumb iPhone App
61 Another Apple Magic Trick: iTunes Making Money From Free Web Video
62 Climate Change Equals Stronger Rains
63 Tropical Warming Tied to Flooding Rains
64 Extreme Rains to Be Supercharged by Warming, Study Says
65 Scientists Link Warmer Temperatures to Rainfall Extremes
66 Global warming increases "extreme" rain storms
67 Google Android Delayed Until 2009: Google Saga Continues
68 Analyst: Google Android Phone Could Be Delayed Until 2009
69 Analyst HTC delay rumors debunked--Q4 launch still on track
70 Half of Internet Users Search Daily
71 Search Closing in on E-Mail as Most Popular Online Activity
72 Why tech nerds should read Pew studies
73 Speak Up, a Computer Is Listening
74 My Belt Sander Can Beat Your Circular Saw
75 Q & A: Tip of the Week: Conserving Paper
76 Q & A: Moving Heavy Data
77 Search popularity continues to rise
78 Study Says Search Engines Are Almost More Popular Than E-Mail
79 Search Engines Grow In Popularity, Used Daily By 50% Of Users
80 The Search Engines' Popularity Is On The Rise
81 Nvidia's Mobile Chips Could Get Transmeta Technology
82 Transmeta licenses low-power tech to Nvidia
83 Nissan sold on electric cars, not hybrids
84 Nissan Previews Electric Car Based on Lithium Ion Battery
85 Gaps in system kept Ivins at high-security lab
86 3 questions remain in anthrax case
87 Antibodies May Lead to Protection Against HIV
88 Scientists find new way to fight HIV/AIDS
89 40% of U.S. population has been tested for HIV
90 A Purpose Driven Strategy?
91 Skin cells produce library of diseased stem cells
92 Disease-Specific Stem Cell Lines Developed
93 Harvard Team Makes 10 Disease-Bearing Stem Cell Lines (Update2)
94 Scientists Create Stem Cells That Could Cure Major Diseases
95 Harvard Scientists Created A Library of Stem Cells
96 Hospital chief, shelter director used homeless for fraud, says FBI
97 Doctor reprimanded for secretly sterilizing patient
98 Arkansas Doctor Reprimanded for Secretly Sterilizing Patient With 'Learning Difficulties'
99 Homeless used in fraud scheme, officials say
100 32 Lab Monkeys Accidentally Heated to Death
101 Girl, 6, Back Home After Having Half Her Brain Removed
102 Jessie Hall Expected To Be Home For Good
103 Texas Girl, 6, Leaves Hospital Walking after Half of Brain Removed
104 A new study shows that not only do we drink less as we get older, but boozing by younger generations is on the decline, too
105 Americans Drinking Less Alcohol
106 Adults Drink Less Beer As They Get Older, More Wine
107 Drinking too much--or not enough?
108 Americans Tippling Less Than Their Ancestors
109 Alcohol Ingestion Drops In Americans As They Grow Old
110 As Adults In The U.S. Get Older, They Drink Less Alcohol
111 Study: Americans Drinking Less Alcohol
112 Gene Linked to Early Nicotine Addiction
113 Gene Variant May Decide Who Smokes and for How Long
114 If Your First Cigarette Gave You A Buzz And You Now Smoke, A Gene May Be To Blame
115 Tiny Teeth of Ape Ancestor Found in India
116 The Reason More of Today's Scientists Hire Armed Guards
117 8/8/2008: Running the Real Numbers on Numerology
118 2.5 Million-Year-Old Mastodon Unearthed in Romania
119 Fingerprints Now Used to Find Drugs, Explosives
120 Scientists Create Stem Cells for 10 Disorders
121 Gene Variant May Decide Who Smokes and for How Long
122 Why Shocking Images Stick in Short-Term Memory
123 Olympic Sprinters Nearest Starting Gun Get Advantage
124 Study: All Planets Are Born in Killer Environments
125 Clays Shed Light on Water, Suggest Past Mars Microbes
126 A Glimpse Into Warmer Future Through Google
127 China Likely to Win More Medals Than in Years Past
128 Scientists Flee Landlocked Polar Bear at Arctic Camp
129 Freaky Fungi Glow in the Dark
130 Curved Electronics Could Yield Eye-Like Digital Camera
131 Iron Age Warrior with Roman Links Found in U.K.
132 Shellfish May Invade North Atlantic As Ice Melts
133 Vanishing Animal Migrations Need Saving, Experts Say
134 14 Tons of Frozen Scaly Anteaters Seized in Indonesia
135 US backs its biofuels
136 Snails transmute to guard against danger
137 The AIDS fight: looking ahead to 2010
138 First complete Neanderthal genome sequenced [cf. 18]
139 RNA tackles HIV
140 Mystery killer disease may be spread by vampire bats
141 Rubbery conductor promises robots a stretchy skin
142 N/A
143 US military launches war on global warming
144 On the web, all traffic shall be equal
145 Yellowstone supervolcano is only lukewarm
146 Humans cause climate change, US body accepts
147 World's smallest balloon inflated
148 Cassini to search for source of Saturn moon's plumes
149 Edible Optics Could Make Food Safer
150 Recipe for Cell Reprogramming Adds Protein
151 Study Helps Pinpoint Genetic Variations in European Americans
152 Putting MicroRNAs on the Stem Cell Map
153 Daley and Colleagues Create 20 Disease-specific Stem Cell Lines
154 Multi-tasking Molecule Holds Key to Allergic Reactions
155 Researchers Halt Spread of HIV with RNAi
156 Trigger for Brain Plasticity Identified
157 Research Team Advances Knowledge of Antarctica's Climate History
158 Scientists Will Assess Beijing Olympics Air Pollution Control Efforts
159 Brown Tree Snake Could Mean Guam Will Lose More than Its Birds
160 Top Secret Technology To Help U.S. Swimmers Trim Times at Beijing Olympics
161 Meteor Shower Expected to Produce Eye-catching Streaks of Light
162 Distinguishing Between Two Birds of a Feather
163 A Bug's a Bubble
164 Birds Move Farther North; Climate Change Link Considered
165 The Gang of Four at the Gateway of Life
166 Fingerprint Test Tells What a Person Has Touched
167 Tropical Warming Tied to Flooding Rains
168 Date Set for Operation of Large Hadron Collider
169 Yes, the Live Music Is Lovely, but Will the Plants Like It?
170 A Potion to Beat Back 'Frankenfish'
171 German City Wonders How Green Is Too Green