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1 Egg P bodies protect maternal gene messages
2 Maelstrom quashes jumping genes
3 Key to treating cancer may be finding its original cell
4 Physical frailty may be linked to Alzheimer's disease
5 Bugs put the heat in chili peppers
6 Climate change caused widespread tree death in California mountain range, study confirms
7 Levels of C-reactive protein in the blood do not cause diabetes
8 Old growth giants limited by water-pulling ability
9 New report details historic mass extinction of amphibians
10 Designer RNA fights high cholesterol, researchers find
11 Microbes, by latitudes and altitudes, shed new light on life's diversity
12 Actions of individuals key to saving biodiversity--and ourselves, Stanford biologists say
13 Scientists call for trial of 'hen harrier ceiling'
14 Sound adds speed to visual perception
15 Gladstone scientists identify single microRNA that controls blood vessel development
16 Researchers block damage to fetal brain following maternal alcohol consumption
17 USC researchers identify alternate pathway that leads to palate development
18 New breastfeeding study shows most moms quit early
19 Monash researchers uncover cancer survival secrets
20 Successful series of measurements in Arctic sea ice
21 New evidence implicates humans in prehistoric animal extinctions
22 Resistant prions
23 Newly discovered molecular switch helps decide cell type in early embryo development
24 Experimental chemotherapy regimen shows promise in treating advanced lung cancer
25 New insight into what freezes Parkinson's patients and drives drug addicts
26 Genes may make some people more prone to anxiety
27 Flexible nanoantenna arrays capture abundant solar energy
28 New metamaterials that bend light backwards bring invisibility cloaks 1 step closer
29 OSU students build and launch a sensor into space
30 CSHL neuroscientists glimpse how the brain decides what to believe
31 Study finds more PSA screening awareness needed among high-risk groups
32 Low vitamin D levels pose large threat to health
33 Running slows the aging clock, Stanford researchers find
34 Some obese individuals appear 'metabolically healthy,' without increased cardiovascular risk
35 Older runners appear less likely to become disabled, may survive longer
36 PET scans may help assess presence of brain plaques related to Alzheimer's disease
37 Cognitive problems associated with diabetes duration and severity
38 Refractive errors affect vision for half of American adults
39 Losing weight soon after type 2 diabetes diagnosis doubles positive outcomes
40 Rare Case in a Baltimore Couple Explains Why Some Infected with HIV Remain Symptom Free for Years Without Antiretroviral Drugs
41 Anti-noise silences wind turbines
42 Computer simulates thermal stress
43 Scientists measure connection between the built environment and obesity in baby boomers
44 If a street tree falls...what does it take to make sound policy?
45 Pride and shame displays "universal"
46 Martian salts not bad for life: scientists
47 Nature's mightiest bites calculated
48 Drug may trick body into "thinking" you worked out
49 Extreme rain follows global warming
50 Dolphins and the evolution of teaching
51 Titan Moist, Say Cassini Boffins
52 String Theory Faster-Than-Light Drive Proposed
53 Sol System "Pretty Special," Say Astronomers
54 Testosterone Key In Disease Transmission
55 Quantum "Uncollapse" Muddies Definition Of Reality
56 Prof. Pooh-Poohs "Exercise Pill" Reports
57 The High Cost Of Intelligence
58 Drug Testing, Approvals Process Fatally Flawed, Says New Study
59 Endangered Species Rules Face Extinction
60 Apple Chief Says iPhone Software Sales Take off: Report
61 Back-to-School: Online Holds Steady
62 Study: 'Extreme Gamers' Play 45 Hours a Week
63 Elephant Seals Enlisted in Study of Antarctic Seas
64 NASA Abandons Plan to Fly New Spaceships by 2013
65 Are we science-savvy enough to make informed decisions?
66 Nature Group Says Humpback Whales Recovering
67 NYU Team Creates iBird, Avian Simulation
68 Half of Overweight Adults May Be Heart-Healthy
69 Half of U.S. Adults Lack 20/20 Vision
70 First-Time Surfers Cautioned About Rare Spinal Injury
71 Bark-Like Skin Getting Better on 'Tree Man'
72 'Sunshine Vitamin' May Cut Death Risk
73 Politicians' Biggest Battle: Themselves
74 Cheating on a Sick Spouse
75 How to Tell When Leftovers Go Bad
76 Joggers outpace an early grave
77 Giant kangaroo 'hunted into extinction'
78 Seals help measure Southern Ocean
79 Mixed fortunes for world's whales
80 Roman temple found under church
81 Distant galaxies improve scanners
82 A night out with tag-team hedgehog
83 Malaysia's fight to save rare turtle
84 Feeling the heat of food security
85 'Pump and Dump' conmen targeted
86 NASA Moonship flight target slips
87 New Lara Croft squares up for fight
88 NHS neglects elderly depression
89 Hospitals facing superbug fines
90 Pain 'linked with low vitamin D'
91 Running 'can slow ageing process'
92 India's writers tell Aids stories
93 Congo's silent harvest of death
94 Jews, Pagans Lived And Worshipped Together
95 Chemical Warfare: Peppers Fight Fungus
96 Protecting Web Sites From Their Members
97 MIT Students Sued Over Subway Hacking
98 Humpback Whales On "Road To Recovery"
99 Don't Put Too Much Faith in High-Tech Passports
100 Why lawyers don't like Linux
101 MobileMe Mail and Gmail Go Down Simultaneously
102 What bandwidth addiction will cost
103 Flipping For Domains
104 NASA Safety Panel Worries About Moon Ship Design
105 Cookie Diets May Crumble Over Long Haul
106 Half Of Overweight Adults May Be Heart-healthy
107 Balancing Brain Time-out In Concussion Recovery
108 NASA Delays Next-Generation Space Shuttle Program Till 2014
109 NASA Pushes Back First Launch of Space Shuttle Replacement
110 NASA Shifts Deadline for New Space Program
111 NASA pushes back new space program
112 NASA Worries About Design Flaws
113 Google 'feels your pain' after the latest Gmail outage
114 Google Apps Hit by Prolonged Gmail Access Problem
115 Google Apologizes For Gmail Outage
116 Systemwide GMail Outage
117 AMD takes performance crown from NVIDIA with new 4870 X2
118 ATI Launches 'Fastest and Most Powerful Graphics Card Available Today'
119 AMD reclaims the high-end 3D card belt
120 Scientists Find Ways to Cloak 3D Materials
121 Two improved invisibility devices show themselves
122 Cal scientists on the trail of invisibility
123 Metamaterials Hold Promise For Invisibility Cloaks
124 Killing Apple's iPhone kill-switch
125 Developers Get First Monthly Sales Report for Apps
126 Tutorial: How to Use the iPhone App Store
127 Hubble celebrates 100,000
128 A Hubble Anniversary and a Successful Collider Test
129 MIT Subway Hack Paper Published on the Web
130 Go MIT! (or should the students get a slap on the wrists?)
131 EFF To Appeal Court Order Halting Student Subway Hacking Presentation
132 U.S. Broadband Speeds Continue To Lag
133 How Fast is Your Internet Connection?
134 U.S. and California Internet speeds still not speedy
135 Russian hackers continue attacks on Georgian sites
136 Under Cyberattack, Georgia Finds 'Bullet-Proof' Hosting With Google And Elsewhere
137 Georgian Web Sites Under Attack
138 Georgian Sites Moved to US Host
139 Newsflash: Congress Discovers that Web Firms Track Data
140 Users talk the talk, but don't walk the walk on privacy
141 New data citing parental concern over gaming fatally flawed
142 Parents Fear GTA More than Alcohol, Porn, Says Poll
143 Chili Peppers' Anti-Fungus Defensive Mechanism: They Get Hotter!
144 The Greater the Threat, the Hotter the Chili
145 Fungus Puts the Heat in Chili Peppers, Study Says
146 Chilies developed heat to beat fungus, UW research finds
147 Bittersweet fruits
148 Why Intel's Nehalem Is Important
149 Apple iPhone To Get VoIP Makeover
150 GIPS Technology to Voice-Enable iPhone Apps
151 VoIP Coming Soon To iPhone 3G
152 VoIP comes to iPhone, gingerly
153 Apple's 3G iPhone To Get VoIP From Global IP Solutions
154 Pride and Shame Displays Are Innate, Study Finds
155 Fist-Pumping Victory Celebrations Come Naturally, Study Finds
156 The pose of a champion is innate, study finds
157 Olympic Gold-Medal: Is the Body Language of Triumph (or Defeat) Biological?
158 Pride and shame displays "universal"
159 Olympic athletes' body language is innate
160 Apple, AT&T mum on iPhone 3G issues
161 Shadow side of iPhone 3G's blockbuster success
162 Poor Iphone 3G service spat develops
163 Is iPhone's 3G Connection a Disappointment?
164 iPhone 3G Owners Experiencing Reception Problems?
165 3 Myths--and 1 Truth--About Running and Your Health
166 There's A Way To Keep Mosquitoes Away
167 Early Test for Cancer Isn't Always Best Course
168 PET Scans May Help Detect Alzheimer's Brain Plaques
169 Signs of Alzheimer's disease may be present decades before diagnosis
170 PET Scans May Help Assess Presence Of Brain Plaques Related To Alzheimer's Disease
171 Alzheimer's confirmed with brain dye
172 Genital herpes treatment does not prevent HIV
173 California Lawmakers Considering Ban of Bisphenol A in Baby Products
174 Calif. lawmakers weigh chemical ban in baby items
175 Anthrax case spurs liability questions
176 Department Of Justice Certain Ivins Carried Out Anthrax Attacks
177 Anthrax Suspect's Funeral; Counselor Speaks
178 Shoppers urged to temporarily avoid eating Stop & Shop brand tuna salad
179 Stop & Shop recalls tuna salad
180 Top climate-impacts programme shut
181 Molecules multiplied
182 Disney backs research centres
183 Humpback whales come off the danger list
184 Springs to dampen NASA rocket's vibrations
185 Senator questions FBI's anthrax evidence
186 80% of British biofuels are unsustainable
187 US boasts of laser weapon's 'plausible deniability'
188 Bugs lead drug-hunters to medicinal treasure
189 Phoenix Mars lander bakes third soil sample
190 The ABCs of Materials CSI: High School Students Get Hooked on Science and Engineering
191 Researchers Share Latest Radiation Effects Findings with Military Medical Community
192 Future Trends in Mechanical Engineering