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1 Physicists Squeeze Light To Quantum Limit
2 Scientists See Brain Aging Before Symptoms Appear
3 Hubble Views Galactic Core In Unprecedented New Detail
4 Researchers Create Car Parts From Coconuts
5 Mystery Of South American Trophy Heads Solved
6 Stars Forming Just Beyond Black Hole's Grasp At Galactic Center
7 Possible Abnormality In Fundamental Building Block Of Einstein's Theory Of Relativity
8 Swarm Of Small Earthquakes Rattles Yellowstone National Park, U.S.
9 Astronomers To Gaze Back In Time And Map History Of Universe
10 Nano 'Tractor Beam' Traps DNA
11 Brain Circuit Abnormalities May Underlie Bulimia Nervosa In Women
12 Genetic Roots Of Cacao Trees Traced
13 Clues About The Evolution Of Epilepsy
14 Speediest Sand Dunes Clocked From Space
15 Childhood Trauma And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Risk Biologically Linked
16 New Hope For Cancer Comes Straight From The Heart
17 'Recovery Coaches' Effective In Reducing Number Of Babies Exposed To Drugs
18 Decreased Activity Of Basal Ganglia Is Main Cause Of Abnormal Muscle Constrictions In Dystonia
19 Doubts Make Consumers More Willing To Reevaluate Brands, Study Finds
20 Adult-onset Diabetes Slows Mental Functioning In Several Ways, With Deficits Appearing Early
21 Alternative Way To Save Brain Cells After Stroke Or Head Trauma, New Finding Suggests
22 Early Family Depression Has Lasting Effects On Teens, Young Adults
23 Peering Inside Skull Of A Mouse To Solve Meningitis Mystery: Immune Cells Implicated In Fatal Seizures
24 Gene Expression And Splicing Vary Widely From One Tissue To The Next
25 New Park Protects Penguins And Other Marine Life In Argentina
26 Genetic Modification Turns E. Coli Bacteria Into High Density Biofuel
27 California Study Shows Shade Trees Reduce Summertime Electricity Use
28 Trees Kill Odors And Other Emissions From Poultry Farms
29 Timetable For Puget Sound Restoration Suffers Setback
30 Scotland's Loch Leven On Road To Recovery After Decades Of Water Quality Problems
31 Defensive Protein Killed Ancient Primate Retroviruses, Research Suggests
32 Gold Nanoparticles For Controlled Drug Delivery
33 New Methods For The Environmental Chemist's Toolbox
34 Reality Gets Hyperlinked
35 Snap, Map, Chat And Hyperlink?
36 Old gastrointestinal drug slows aging
37 Physical activity may not be key to obesity epidemic
38 Majority of teens discuss risky behaviors on MySpace, studies conclude
39 Researchers construct a device that mimics one of nature's key transport machines
40 Four, three, two, one...pterosaurs have lift off
41 WowWee Rovio WiFi Webcam A Consumer Wunderkind
42 Star Light, Star Bright, Its Explanation is Out of Sight
43 Black Holes Lead Galaxy Growth
44 New hydrogen production method could reduce need for fossil fuels
45 Big, old mice spread hantavirus
46 TVs, toys, and translators among inventive CES gadgets
47 Male crickets with bigger heads are better fighters, study reveals, echoing ancient Chinese text
48 Promising new drug being evaluated as possible treatment option for fragile X syndrome
49 P2P traffic control
50 'It takes 2 to know 1': Shared experiences change self-recognition
51 A Better Way to Make Nanotubes
52 A miniature synchrotron for your home lab
53 Argonne scientists reach milestone in accelerator upgrade project
54 Physicists offer foundation for uprooting a hallowed principle of physics
55 Zeroing in on Hubble's constant
56 Scientists determine Viking trade routes by the metal in their swords
57 Milky Way a Swifter Spinner, More Massive, New Measurements Show
58 California study shows shade trees reduce summertime electricity use
59 Volcanoes cool the tropics, say researchers
60 Active galaxies are different near and far
61 Astronomers use gamma-ray burst to probe star formation in the early universe
62 International experts weigh-in on harmful algal blooms
63 SKorea unveils 'Green New Deals' to kick-start economy
64 Bush to establish 3 marine monuments in Pacific
65 Tackling climate change with new permits to pollute
66 Fermi telescope unveils a dozen new pulsars
67 Cassiopeia A Comes Alive Across Time and Space
68 Polarized light pollution leads animals astray
69 Motorola Unveils Mobile Phone Made Using Recycled Bottle Plastics and New 3G Touch Tablet with Customizable Home Screen
70 Intel May Be Facing Competition in the Netbook Processor Arena
71 Sandisk Launches Next-Generation Solid-State Drives for Netbooks
72 SKorea's Samsung says unveils word's slimmest TV
73 AMD Delivers New Platform for Ultrathin Notebooks
74 Tilting at wind farms
75 Intel warns of big slump in revenues
76 Baidu Web site apologizes for pornography charge
77 'Cybergeddon' fear stalks US: FBI
78 Web site links African-Americans to ancestors' voyage
79 Apple cuts copy protection and prices on iTunes (Update)
80 Apple updates Mac software in trade show finale (Update)
81 Malaysia mulls 'cyber court' to handle Internet crimes
82 Keynote at CES will test Ballmer's star power
83 Japan races to build a zero-emission car
84 US teens feel prepared for careers in science, tech, engineering, math, yet many lack mentors
85 Increase of sick brown pelicans baffles experts
86 Pink iguanas discovered on Galapagos Islands
87 Protein's essential role in repairing damaged cells revealed
88 Wonderful cheese is all in the culture
89 Plant polymerases IV and V are special forms of Polymerase II
90 Model predicts how to build a better stent
91 Obesity: Reviving the promise of leptin
92 On a high-fat diet, protective gene variant becomes bad actor
93 Grand Canyon, Loch Ness compete as nature wonders
94 Exonerations correct only a small fraction of false convictions
95 Iridescence invisible to human eye enables bees to view flowers in different colours
96 Scientists can now differentiate between healthy cells and cancer cells
97 Testes stem cell can change into other body tissues, study shows
98 Discovery helps solve mystery of South American trophy heads
99 Researchers Create an Epic Genetic Atlas of Rice
100 Researchers discover 'on switch' for cell death signaling mechanism
101 Doubts make consumers more willing to reevaluate brands, study finds
102 Evolution in action: Our antibodies take 'evolutionary leaps' to fight microbes
103 Effect of subliminal marketing greater than thought
104 Melanoma doubles risk of new cancer: study
105 Control of blood vessels a possible weapon against obesity
106 Deaths from lung cancer could be reduced by better policies to control indoor radon
107 NO help: Nitric oxide monitoring does not help most children with asthma
108 Study on origin of mutation that causes fatal familiar insomnia
109 Angina: New drug gets right to the heart of the problem
110 Hormone important in recognizing familiar faces
111 Smoking during pregnancy fosters aggression in children
112 Sunlight could stop short-sightedness
113 Scientists discover dangerous new method for bacterial toxin transfer
114 Create your own mini-gym for next to nothing
115 A protein that protects against Alzheimer's?
116 New assessment technique lets scientists see brain aging before symptoms appear
117 Deep brain stimulation treatment for advanced Parkinson's disease patients provides benefits
118 Study yields clues about the evolution of epilepsy
119 Baby teeth re-studied for effects of radiation fallout
120 Study helps explain connection between sleep apnea, stroke and death
121 Studies reveal lifelong gender difference in physical activity
122 Health-monitoring technology helps seniors live at home longer
123 Implantable defibrillators lower risk of death in older heart patients
124 European boost for particle therapy
125 Biotechs feel the pain
126 Quantum force gets repulsive
127 Why storms are good news for fishermen
128 Love skews your sense of smell
129 Nanobot lets DNA legs do the walking
130 Dino 'graveyard' reveals first Asian triceratops
131 Yellowstone quakes raise explosion fears
132 Alien asteroid dust hints at Earth-like planets
133 Supernova's ghost caught expanding in new video
134 We have the technology to rebuild ourselves
135 Inside the mind of an autistic savant
136 Good memory for a face? Thank the love hormone
137 World's smallest fuel cell promises greener gadgets
138 Rise of the garage genome hackers
139 Comet smashes triggered ancient famine
140 Many pulsars sport gamma-ray belts
141 Cool your brain, save your mind
142 Should nuclear fuels be taken out of national hands?
143 Danger ahead as the Sun goes quiet
144 A good night out began at home in ancient Greece
145 Ten extinct beasts that could walk the Earth again
146 Quantum lubricant could keep nanomachines rolling
147 Review: Why Evolution is True by Jerry Coyne
148 Desktop atom smashers could replace LHC
149 Star Light, Star Bright, Its Explanation is Out of Sight
150 Scientists Discover Dangerous New Method for Bacterial Toxin Transfer
151 Four, Three, Two, One...Pterosaurs Have Lift Off!
152 Powdered Rodents Show Big, Old Mice Spread Hantavirus
153 Polarized Light Pollution Leads Animals Astray
154 Low-Level Herbicide Use Can Damage Potato Reproduction
155 Hubble Finds Stars that Go 'Ballistic'
156 Google releases Picasa for Mac
157 Apple inks deals for all DRM-free iTunes, 3G downloads
158 Apple introduces iLife '09
159 Woz helps take the wraps off Modbook Pro tablet (photos)
160 The real reason Apple killed Macworld Expo: Reuters reports Wall Street 'disappointed' with keynote
161 Fortune: What Apple's iPhone needs to really go corporate
162 Dan Lyons: Apple has run out of gas and has nothing interesting to sell
163 Why businesses are finally embracing Macs
164 The Globe and Mail blows it: Reports iTunes Store music DRM falsehoods
165 Apple passes 6 billion songs sold milestone, changes iTune on pricing
166 In the big picture, Schiller's Macworld keynote a big deal for Apple
167 Why Apple's smart not to show off Mac OS X Snow Leopard now
168 Macworld Expo offers up hot new Mac apps for small business
169 Intel warns again, trims target in face of slumping PC demand
170 The amazing vanishing Mac desktop machine
171 The history of the Mac, told by those who were there