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1 Jazz Man
2 Web Flaw Leaves Personal Info in the Open
3 NASA Says Mars Craft 'Touched and Tasted' Water
4 Alzheimer 'Breakthrough' Tempts Families to Improvise
5 Personalized Stem Cells One Step Closer to Reality
6 Phoenix lander confirms ice in Martian soil
7 Researchers may have found cosmic Rosetta stone
8 Cell changes may help Lou Gehrig's research
9 Why Are Construction Cranes So Dangerous?
10 Eclipse to darken NW China, a week before Olympics
11 Golden retriever adopts tiger cubs at Kansas zoo
12 Bristol-Myers seeks to buy remainder of ImClone
13 SKorea rejects research bid by disgraced clone expert
14 Obama slams McCain over oil company tax breaks
15 Incredible Discoveries Made in Remote Caves
16 Total eclipse draws crowds to Siberia
17 Drug gives couch potato mice benefits of a workout
18 Obesity not a contraindication to knee replacement
19 Assisted Fertilization Risks May Be Due to Infertility
20 Asthmatic kids face obstacles to getting fit
21 Advances Made Against Alzheimer's Disease
22 Flu Vaccine Doesn't Protect Seniors From Pneumonia
23 New Test IDs Cancer Cells in Tumors
24 Eradicating Gut Bacteria Improves Stomach Cancer Outcomes
25 Wall Street woes boost therapists' business
26 Cell changes may help Lou Gehrig's research [same as 8, cf. 173]
27 Shimano Shuns Cables for Full Electronic Shifting
28 Study Promises Benefits of Exercise in a Pill
29 Patch Open Source Software
30 Next-Gen. Prius Is More of the Same, But Bigger
31 Review: Svelte Samsung Slider Has a Mighty Morphin' Touchscreen
32 The $46,616.47 Oil Change and Size-22 Carbon Footprint
33 Cheap Catalyst Could Turn Sunlight, Water Into Fuel
34 Firefox 3.1 Alpha Preview Delivers Slick New Features
35 First Look at Nintendo's Summer of Japanese Awesome
36 Turn Anything Into a Screenplay
37 World's First Computer Displayed Olympic Calendar
38 What Do Small Open Source Projects Do With Money? Not Much.
39 Scrabulous returns with a new name and new rules
40 Project to rebuild Internet gets $12M, bandwidth
41 Hollywood Has Finally Figured Out How to Make Web Video Pay
42 Cheap Catalyst Could Turn Sunlight, Water Into Fuel [same as 33]
43 N/A
44 Leaf's 56-megapixel Camera Costs More Than Your Car
45 NASA extends 'successful' Phoenix lander mission
46 NASA Tests Moon Imaging Spacecraft
47 Mission Extended As Phoenix Confirms Martian Water
48 NASA Confirms Liquid Lake On Saturn Moon
49 Clear Channel Real-Time Traffic Provider Of Choice
50 A clover-shaped Japanese solar sail unfurling in 2004.
51 Liquid flowing on surface of Saturn moon: NASA
52 Space Technology Offers Surprising Solution To Oil Spills
53 Arctic sheds huge chunks of ice
54 British computer hacker loses appeal over US extradition
55 Internet Addiction Growing Around The World
56 China has 'nothing to fear' from Internet: White House
57 Outside View: U.S. still needs its B-52s
58 Analysis: Olympic cybersecurity warning
59 UN says NKorea hunger worst since 1990s
60 Polluted Gowanus Canal May Be Source Of New Antibiotics
61 India, China: top trade powers, different styles
62 Controlling a Gut Bot's Position
63 A Google Killer Stumbles
64 3-D Printing for the Masses
65 New Drugs Mimic Exercise
66 Solar-Power Breakthrough
67 Patient-Matched Stem Cells
68 China becomes a physics powerhouse
69 Scientists mimic essence of plants' energy storage system
70 Phoenix Mars Lander Confirms Martian Water
71 Salmonella probe likened to 'Keystone Kops'
72 China opens first very high-speed rail line
73 Rocket Racing Could be Futuristic NASCAR Sport
74 Exercise in a Pill
75 Researchers fuel the next generation of hybrid cars
76 Researchers analyze material with 'colossal ionic conductivity'
77 Watching too much TV is causing some university students to pack on the pounds
78 Researchers may have found cosmic Rosetta stone [cf. 172]
79 Cold and ice, not heat, episodically gripped tropical regions 300 million years ago
80 Brian May, guitarist for rock band Queen, completes Ph.D. thesis following 30-year hiatus
81 Yahoo to face shareholder wrath at annual meeting
82 Viterbi Algorithm goes quantum
83 Neurons created from skin cells of elderly ALS patients
84 Dust and gas in the early universe
85 Gasoline stations set prices to match a small number of other stations
86 Treatment corrects severe insulin imbalance in animal studies
87 British Museum buys medieval astronomy tool
88 Fruit-fly study adds weight to theories about another type of adult stem cell
89 Male fish deceive rivals about their top mate choice
90 Microbe diet key to carbon dioxide release
91 Researchers Produce Best-Yet Dye-Based Solar Cells
92 Scientists carve functional nanoribbons using super-heated, nano-sized particles of iron
93 Nanoparticles + light = dead tumor cells
94 Scientists demonstrate potential of graphene films as next-generation transistors
95 'Small' research at MSU leads to advances in energy, electronics
96 Nanojewels made easy
97 Scientists Shed Light on Heavy Electrons, Suggest New View of Superconductivity
98 Scientists determine strength of 'liquid smoke' with 3D images
99 Prelude to the Higgs: A work for 2 bosons in the key of Z
100 Scientists find quick method to make magnets
101 Argonne scientists discover new class of glassy material
102 Physicists Explain Why Liquid Optical Fibers Don't Collapse
103 Diamonds may have been life's best friend on primordial Earth
104 New technique to compress light could open doors for optical communications
105 Japanese sushi rage threatens iconic Mediterranean tuna
106 Cassini instrument confirms liquid surface lake on Titan
107 Nearly Waterless Washing Machine to Debut in 2009
108 Report: Matsushita works on new display
109 Robo-relationships are virtually assured: British experts
110 Review: In an iPod Nano world, some rivals lure
111 Portugal to sell 500,000 of Intel's Classmate PCs
112 Europe, Japan join forces to map out future of intelligent robots
113 Defiant China hits out at US, stands firm on Internet
114 Hybrid Human Faces Could Populate Google Street View
115 China to censor Internet during Games: organisers
116 Judge ruling on Sprint fees is blow to industry
117 Long work hours widen the gender gap
118 Just dive in: natural product hybrid provides antimicrobial and cell-resistant surfaces
119 Free articles get read but don't generate more citations
120 Ivory poaching at critical levels: Elephants on path to extinction by 2020?
121 Brain tweak lets sleep-deprived flies stay sharp
122 UNH researchers tag first-ever free-swimming leatherback turtles in New England
123 Dolphin calf born at aquarium in Baltimore
124 Biological fathers not necessarily the best, social dads parent well too
125 In lean times, flies can't survive without their sense of smell
126 More acidic ocean could spell trouble for marine life's earliest stages
127 Factors that influence whether people define unwelcome sexual joking in the workplace as harassment
128 Scientists discover how some bacteria may steal iron from their human hosts
129 World's first transplant of two full arms: German team
130 Multiple Sclerosis: new MRI contrast medium enables early diagnosis in animal model
131 Flu vaccine may not protect seniors well
132 Study reveals cost of stabbings to Britain's health service
133 Congress sends Bush bill banning lead in toys
134 US anthrax suspect kills self: report
135 Olympic Games: Have we reached a plateau in terms of speed?
136 How 'hidden mutations' contribute to HIV drug resistance
137 The travel industry should inform travelers about malaria, say doctors
138 Cancer patients are not given enough information
139 Strategies to control TB outdated, inadequate
140 Astronaut technology could prevent elderly falls
141 Inherited form of hearing loss stems from gene mutation
142 Simian foamy virus found in several people living and working with monkeys in Asia
143 Compounds from soy affect brain and reproductive development
144 Common vaginal infection may increase risk of HIV infection
145 Mexico criticizes US salmonella findings
146 New treatment therapy helps inhibit hepatitis C
147 Alcohol binges early in pregnancy increase risk of infant oral clefts
148 More cities move aggressively to stop heat deaths
149 Liver damage in hepatitis C patients could be treated with warfarin, says study
150 Communication gap exists between seniors and surgeons, study finds
151 New discovery may lead to immunisation against cardiovascular disease
152 Living with a partner reduces risk of Alzheimer's
153 Phoenix confirms Martian water, mission extended
154 On the first stars and their formation
155 Satellite images reveal key to predicting outbreaks of plague
156 Microscopic scaffolding offers a 'simple' solution to treating skin injuries
157 Genetic defect in skin cells leads to neurodermatitis, hay fever and asthma
158 Elephants on path to extinction by 2020?
159 Creatine supplementation does not improve exercise outcomes in COPD
160 Brain tweak lets sleep-deprived flies stay sharp
161 Scientists tag first-ever free-swimming leatherback turtles in New England
162 New treatment therapy helps inhibit hepatitis C
163 Gasoline stations set prices to match a small number of other stations
164 How people define sexual harassment
165 Simian foamy virus found in several people living and working with monkeys in Asia
166 Turned-off cannabinoid receptor turns on colorectal tumour growth
167 New Drugs Mimic Exercise
168 Solar-Power Breakthrough [same as 66]
169 Patient-Matched Stem Cells
170 Exercise In A Pill: Researchers Identify Drugs That Enhance Exercise Endurance
171 'Major Discovery' Primed To Unleash Solar Revolution: Scientists Mimic Essence Of Plants' Energy Storage System
172 How The First Stars In The Universe Came Into Existence
173 Stem Cell Technology: First Neurons Created From ALS Patient's Skin Cells [cf. 26]
174 New Yeast Trick For Eating Favorite Food
175 Life In A Bubble: Mathematicians Explain How Insects Breathe Underwater
176 Antikythera Mechanism: Scientists Crack Secrets Of 2,000-year-old Astronomical Computer
177 First Indication For Embalming In Roman Greece
178 Increased Burden Of Rare Genetic Variations Found In Schizophrenia
179 New Technique Reveals Van Gogh Portrait Of A Women Behind Another Painting
180 Discovery May Lead To Immunization Against Cardiovascular Disease
181 Mars Express Acquires Sharpest Images Of Martian Moon Phobos
182 Compounds From Soy Affect Brain And Reproductive Development
183 Kiwi Fruit DNA Sequences Released
184 Spanish Bank Notes Contain Highest Traces Of Cocaine Of Any European Currency
185 Cartilage That Repairs Itself? New Research Reveals Important Clues
186 New Treatment Therapy Helps Inhibit Hepatitis C
187 Commonly Used Test Could Identify Millions Of People With Undiagnosed Diabetes
188 Living With A Partner Reduces Risk Of Alzheimer's
189 Advances In The Field Of Schizophrenia Research: New Genetic Factors Identified
190 Mothers From Affluent Neighborhoods Near Highways Increase Odds Of Low Weight Babies By 81 Percent
191 The Power Of Peter Piper: How Alliteration Enhances Poetry, Prose, And Memory
192 Dual-use Sexual Attraction And Population-control Chemicals Found In Nematodes
193 Mud Pots Signal Possible Extension Of San Andreas Fault
194 Endangered European Wild Cat May Protected By Proposed Network Of Corridors
195 Isthmus Of Panama Formed As Result Of Plate Tectonics, Study Finds
196 Diamonds May Have Been Life's Best Friend On Primordial Earth
197 Astronomers Describe The Bar Scene At The Beginning Of The Universe
198 New Insight On Superconductors
199 Killer Pulses Help Characterize Special Surfaces
200 New Wireless Technology Responds To Emergencies Where GPS Doesn't Work
201 Say Goodbye To Virtual Bureaucracy
202 Potential Of Graphene Films As Next-generation Transistors Demonstrated
203 The Amazing Quantum World Of Ultra Cold Matter
204 Toward Designer Bourbon Whiskeys With Custom-tailored Aromas