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1 Even Computer Security Pros Vulnerable to Scams
2 Researchers Study Mercury in the Great Salt Lake
3 In the Indian Himalayas, You Can Hear Climate Change Before You Can See It
4 Face to Face with a Polar Bear
5 Eating Out With Food Allergies
6 Some Pharmacies Refuse to Fill Birth Control Prescriptions
7 Sub to make deep Caribbean dive
8 Study examines bluetongue spread
9 Eat kangaroo to 'save the planet'
10 Hi-tech thieves target Olympics
11 Forgotten PC history: The true origins of the personal computer
12 The Brain Unmasked
13 No Takebacks: 5 Most Screwed-Up Tech Buys
14 Researchers Study Mercury In The Great Salt Lake
15 Rabies From Bats Suspected In Venezuela Deaths
16 FDA: Some Cholesterol And Heart Drugs Don't Mix
17 Report Say Flu Is Bigger Risk Than Terror In UK
18 An Artificial Pancreas
19 Finding Evidence in Fingerprints
20 Cloud Computing's Perfect Storm?
21 Shape Matters for Nanoparticles
22 Internet Security Hole Revealed
23 A Cool Fuel Cell
24 Better Batteries Charge Up
25 10+ Reasons Why You Should Hate the iPhone
26 The patch for critical Internet flaw may be flawed itself
27 Leaks in Patch for Web Security Hole
28 Did You Really Not Know DNS Problems Are Bad?
29 Wall of Sheep: Coming to Your Company?
30 Wireless Awareness: Don't Be A Sheep
31 Journals week in review: Apple news from Infinite Loop
32 Delta Prepares On-Board Internet Access
33 T-Mobile's Big Idea: An iPhone-Like App Store For Every Phone
34 Apple's iPhone Takes a Toll
35 Google's Ad Network, Now With Double the Cookies
36 Dell unlikely to get trademark for 'cloud computing'
37 Cloudtroversy: Dell's Application For 'Cloud Computing' Looks Sunk
38 US Patent Office rains on Dell's 'cloud computing' trademark
39 Tape Delay by NBC Faces End Run by Online Fans
40 Week in review: Let the games begin online
41 Microsoft, NBC collaborate to make Olympics history
42 Airport Security Shifts Laptop Rules
43 Pressure Grows for F.B.I.'s Anthrax Evidence
44 Seeking Better Laws on H.I.V.
45 Tuberculosis, a Threat for People Diagnosed with HIV/AIDS
46 Few HIV patients tested for tuberculosis: report
47 Whole Foods Beef Recall May Involve Previously Recalled Beef
48 Prices for some drugs skyrocket
49 Drug price hikes draw scrutiny from lawmakers
50 Owner says breastfeeding OK
51 Final Shuttle Mission To Hubble Space Telescope
52 With Batteries Charged, Spirit Is Ready For More Science
53 Twinkle, Twinkle Alien Ocean
54 Cassini Prepares To Swoop By Saturn's Geyser-Spewing Moon
55 Soyuz glitch remains a mystery: NASA chief
56 Moon Mission To Give Global Footing To Indian Scientists
57 LockMart External Tank Is Pacing Item For Hubble Space Telescope Launch
58 Jupiter And Saturn Full Of Liquid Metal Helium
59 Cracking The Question Of Extraterrestrial Life
60 Clumps And Streams Of Dark Matter In Inner Regions Of The Milky Way
61 New Technology Being Developed To Track Fishing Gear And Save Whales
62 SmartBUS Tracks School Buses
63 Martian Clays Tell Story Of A Wet Past
64 Japan says US sub leaked radiation for two years
65 5.0-magnitude quake hits China's Sichuan province: seismologists
66 What Really Motivates Conservationists To Help Wildlife
67 Hundreds of homes damaged as quake shakes Indonesia
68 Cassini Prepares To Swoop By Saturn's Geyser-Spewing Moon
69 Meta-materials Mimic Ice And Illuminate Why Water-ice Doesn't Fully Conform To Third Law Of Thermodynamics
70 NOAA Forecasts Even Stronger Atlantic Hurricane Season For 2008 Than Earlier Prediction
71 Complete Neanderthal Mitochondrial Genome Sequenced From 38,000-year-old Bone
72 Solar System Is Pretty Special, According To New Computer Simulation
73 Gene For Sexual Switching In Melons Provides Clues To Evolution Of Sex
74 Researchers Halt Spread Of HIV With RNAi In Animal Model
75 Climate Change: When It Rains It Really Pours
76 Perfectly Proportioned Legs Keep Water Striders Striding
77 Trigger For Brain Plasticity Identified: Signal Comes, Surprisingly, From Outside The Brain
78 Quantum Chaos Unveiled?
79 ALife Conference To Reveal Bio-inspired Spam Detection
80 Robotics Research: Enhancing The Lives Of People With Disabilities
81 Attention Grabbers Snatch Lion's Share Of Visual Memory
82 Extreme Appeal: Voters Trust Extreme Positions More Than Moderate Ones, Study Finds
83 Back To The Future: Psychologists Examine Children's Mental Time Traveling Abilities
84 Twenty Disease-specific Stem Cell Lines Created
85 Embryonic-like Stem Cells Can Be Created Without Cancer-causing Gene
86 Tuning In To A New Language On The Fly: Effects Of Context And Seasonality On Songbird Brain
87 Fuel From Bacteria Is One Step Closer
88 Vine Invasion? Ecologists Look At Coexistence Of Trees And Lianas
89 New Biochemical Pathway That Triggers Critical Repairs In DNA Replication Process Discovered
90 Fingerprints Provide Clues To More Than Just Identity
91 Rock Art Marks Transformations In Traditional Peruvian Societies
92 Hubble Instruments Slated for On-Orbit 'Surgery'
93 Is There Life On Jupiter's Moon Europa? Finding Signs Of Current Geological Activity On A Frozen World
94 Clumps And Streams Of Dark Matter May Lie In Inner Regions Of Milky Way
95 New Approach To Ad Hoc Networks For First Responders Debuts
96 Physicist's Quantum-'Uncollapse' Hypothesis Verified
97 No-nose Bicycle Saddles Improve Penile Sensation And Erectile Function In Bicycling Police Officers
98 Norwegian Wood: Putting Wood Chips In The Fuel Tank
99 Beyond 3G: Ultra-fast Mobile Radio Networks Of The Future
100 Healthy Diet Study Will Take Place Entirely In Virtual World Of Second Life
101 Monitoring Against Another Pompeii
102 Unlocking mystery of why dopamine freezes Parkinson's patients
103 Early treatment is key to combating hepatitis C virus
104 Scientists replicate diseases in the lab with new stem cell lines
105 Red all over: how the color red affects a referee's judgment
106 If your first cigarette gave you a buzz and you now smoke, a gene may be to blame
107 Universally speaking, Earthlings share a nice neighborhood
108 Tiny invasive snail impacts Great Lakes, alters ecology
109 Scientists find cancer-inhibiting compound under the sea
110 Clean three-way split observed
111 Pacific shellfish ready to invade Atlantic
112 Common infertility treatments are unlikely to improve fertility
113 A gene for sexual switching in melons provides clues to the evolution of sex
114 Cassini prepares to swoop by Saturn's moon Enceladus
115 B cells can act alone in autoimmune disease
116 Tiny invasive snail impacts Great Lakes, alters ecology
117 Research project opens up new possibilities for modified chain molecules
118 Large area transistors get helping hand from quantum effects
119 A one-stop shop for minimal information standards
120 Towards lower fuel use--technologies for lighter cars
121 New method discovered to make potatoes resistant to Phytophthora
122 Improved reaction data heat up the biofuels harvest
123 Attention grabbers snatch lion's share of visual memory
124 Mutation found in dachshund gene may help develop therapies for humans with blindness
125 Trigger for brain plasticity identified
126 Beyond PTEN: Alternate genes linked to breast, thyroid and kidney cancer predisposition
127 Silencing' HIV with small bits of RNA [cf. 130]
128 Complete Neandertal mitochondrial genome sequenced from 38,000-year-old bone
129 Pacific shellfish ready to invade Atlantic
130 Researchers halt spread of HIV with RNAi [cf. 127]
131 Climate change: When it rains it (really) pours
132 A gene for sexual switching in melons provides clues to the evolution of sex
133 Multi-tasking molecule holds key to allergic reactions
134 Daley and colleagues create 20 disease-specific stem cell lines
135 Scientists replicate diseases in the lab with new stem cell lines
136 Forward step in forecasting global warming
137 How nonstick bugs evade natural fly paper
138 Tiny invasive snail impacts Great Lakes, alters ecology
139 Brown tree snake could mean Guam will lose more than its birds
140 If your first cigarette gave you a buzz and you now smoke, a gene may be to blame
141 Fuel from Cellulose
142 Eat oily fish at least once a week to protect your eyesight in old age
143 Top Secret Technology To Help U.S. Swimmers Trim Times at Beijing Olympics
144 Distinguishing between 2 birds of a feather
145 Unlocking mystery of why dopamine freezes Parkinson's patients
146 Treatment outcomes highlight dangers of extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis
147 Scientists a step closer to producing fuel from bacteria
148 New step forward in search for solution to infection puzzle
149 Wheezing after early-life antibiotics
150 Water is 'designer fluid' that helps proteins change shape, scientists say
151 Clean 3-way split observed
152 Compressor-free refrigerator may loom in the future
153 NYU researchers demonstrate activity of mebendazole in metastatic melanoma
154 Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity
155 'Edible optics' could make food safer
156 Structural biology spin-out tackles major diseases
157 Likely cause of postpartum blues and depression identified
158 Now That's Cool
159 Researchers find cancer-inhibiting compound under the sea
160 UCLA and biotech company develop first blood test to measure key hormone that regulates iron
161 Study offers new insight on HIV transmission risk of men who have sex with men
162 B cells can act alone in autoimmune disease, Yale researchers report
163 Testosterone key to disease transmission
164 Hope: An overlooked tool in the battle against HIV/AIDS
165 PSA screening may be biased against obese men, leading to more aggressive cancers
166 First step towards switching off breast cancer and leukaemia
167 Asthma, outdoor air quality and the Olympic Games
168 Red All Over: How the color red affects a referee's judgment
169 Expanding Fields of Vision
170 Early treatment is key to combating hepatitis C virus
171 Satellites help explain Greenland ice loss mystery
172 New software would let iPhones access iTunes libraries from anywhere
173 Over 100 bug fixes baked into Apple's Mac OS X 10.5.5 Update
174 Apple accused of dodging fair pay in class action lawsuit
175 T-Mobile USA seen cloning iPhone's App Store
176 Apple releases new iPhone 2.1 beta as crackers break 2.0.1
177 Inside MobileMe: Mac and PC cloud sync and mobile push
178 Corporate Mac users 6.6x more satisfied...
179 Camino 1.6.3
180 Google Translate for iPhone
181 Open-source future for NetShare?
182 Nothing malevolent after all