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1 Researchers Work to Turn Car's Exhaust Into Power
2 Who would pay $1,000 for an iPhone application?
3 Fuel Costs Boost Conservation Efforts; 7 in 10 Reducing 'Carbon Footprint'
4 Will Google Search Favor Google Content?
5 100,000, or, Around the World in 6,684 Days
6 Forklift Helps 700-Lb Mexican Man Take Rare Outing
7 Five Common Caffeine Myths Busted
8 Woman Donates Eggs for Rent Money
9 How to Save Your Kids From College Health Hazards
10 Scorpion Venom May Help Treat Brain Cancer
11 Women With Male DNA All Female
12 Love Canal's Lethal Legacy Persists
13 Discovery to stop plants branching out
14 Scientists stop the ageing process
15 Invisibility cloak within sight
16 Invisibility cloak 'step closer'
17 CBI wants more pupils in science
18 Cell change 'keeps organs young'
19 Can a petrolhead be an eco-driver?
20 Costa Rica bids to go carbon neutral
21 Sky-high system to aid soldiers
22 Weather alerts boost lung health
23 Cancer patients 'left suicidal'
24 New mouth bacteria species found
25 Experts find 'scaredy-cat' gene
26 Psst! Obama To Text Supporters Veep Pick
27 Scientists Say Invisibility Cloak Possible
28 U.S. Warns Of Chinese Cyber-Spies
29 700-Pound Man Forklifted For A Day Out
30 Iconic Stone Arch Collapses In Utah
31 MIT student newspaper publishes the banned DEFCON slides
32 7 Online Blunders That Threaten Your Identity
33 New Tool to Automate Cookie Stealing from Gmail, Others
34 How the Wright Brothers Changed the World
35 New meta-material doesn't actually render anything invisible
36 Intel's Nehalem gets a new name
37 Jobs on iPhone apps: $30 million in 30 days
38 Congratulations Apple, you made the iPhone less stable than Windows Mobile
39 Steve Jobs: 60 million iPhone apps downloaded
40 Apple's App Store sees first month sales of $30 million
41 Steve Jobs says iPhone software sales booming
42 Court Blocks MIT Subway Hack Demo
43 MIT Students Must Take Responsibility For Their Actions
44 Court blocks MIT students from showing subway hack
45 Flash, HTML, Ajax: Which will win the Web app war?
46 How can having the Olympics online be bad?
47 Microsoft leveraging Silverlight and riling critics
48 Microsoft, NBC collaborate to make Olympics history
49 Apple's App Store Sales Top $30 Million In First Month; Can Free Apps Make Developers Money?
50 Xbox 360 hits 60GB in UK
51 NASA's Phoenix Lander Carries On With Martian Soil Analysis
52 More Things in Heaven and Earth--and on Mars
53 Phoenix continues with soil analysis following delays
54 Cassini Spacecraft Revisits Icy Saturn Moon
55 Cassini Will Film Saturn's Moon 'Water Show'
56 Google Translate now fits in your pocket
57 Google Translate now sports iPhone version
58 Google Translate goes iPhone--Translate 24 languages on your iPhone
59 Report: Facebook tried to buy StudiVZ
60 Facebook Was in Talks to Buy German Social Site
61 Facebook Didn't Want to Sue StudiVZ
62 Jobs: App Store could become a billion dollar marketplace
63 Jobs confirms iPhone app blacklist feature
64 Jobs Confirms Existence of iPhone 'Back Door'
65 Intel Sticks With 'Core' Competency For Nehalem Branding
66 Best Buy kiosks, coming to an airport near you
67 Best Buy goes kiosk
68 NASA tests more Martian soil
69 Is Your City Reporting Its Carbon Pollution?
70 N.Y. among 21 cities to disclose carbon output
71 Married Folks Still the Healthiest
72 Study: Health Gap Closing Between Married, Single People
73 One in five young men checked for prostate cancer
74 One in 5 Young Men Had Prostate Screen in Past Year
75 DOJ Excludes Hatfill from Anthrax Involvement. Why Wait Till Now?
76 Prosecutors Clear Hatfill in Anthrax Case
77 Scientist Officially Exonerated in Anthrax Attacks
78 San Diego County beach closed after sewage spill
79 Carlsbad State Beach Closed after Sewage Spill
80 Beach blanket bummer
81 Hubble unveils colorful star birth region on 100,000th orbit milestone
82 Hebrew U. archaeological excavations uncover Roman temple in Zippori (Sepphoris)
83 New metamaterials that bend light backwards bring invisibility cloaks 1 step closer
84 New bacterial species found in human mouth
85 'Anti-noise' silences wind turbines
86 Scientists find elephant memories may hold key to survival
87 Successful series of measurements in Arctic sea ice
88 Researchers block damage to fetal brain following maternal alcohol consumption
89 Obesity genes revealed
90 New breastfeeding study shows most moms quit early
91 Flexible nanoantenna arrays capture abundant solar energy
92 Complex decision? Don't sleep on it
93 Computer simulates thermal stress
94 Health and marriage: The times they are a changin'
95 Large reservoir of mitochondrial DNA mutations identified in humans
96 In scientific first, Einstein researchers correct decline in organ function associated with old age
97 OSU students build and launch a sensor into space
98 USC researchers identify alternate pathway that leads to palate development
99 Deliberate Decisions Are the Best
100 Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks Tuesday Morning
101 Wandering Minds Lead to Mistakes
102 Microbes Could Travel from Venus to Earth
103 Iconic Stone Arch Collapses in Utah Park
104 Hubble Space Telescope Hits Orbit 100,000
105 Barbadians Slam Discovery, Naming of Tiny Snake
106 Elephants' Legendary Memories Help Herds Survive
107 Cooking and Cognition: How Humans Got So Smart
108 Pulling DNA from shark's teeth
109 How pollution influences the weekend weather
110 Reversing the prism [toward invisibility]
111 How to turn gas guzzlers into green machines
112 Did iron cyclones give Earth a wonky core?
113 Invention: Morphine-cannabis super-painkiller [et al.]
114 Perseid meteor shower set to dazzle
115 Lethal parrot disease may be caused by horse virus
116 Basketball pros read pinkies to call shots
117 Can memory save elephants from climate change?
118 Saving species doesn't harm the world's poor
119 Hubble Unveils Colorful and Turbulent Star-Birth Region on 100,000th Orbit Milestone
120 Scientists Find Elephant Memories May Hold Key to Survival
121 Traveling Faster Than the Speed of Light: A New Idea That Could Make It Happen