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1 Boot Camp! China's Answer to Web Addiction
2 Best in Show: Award-Winning Gadgets
3 Could Drivers Face Total Cell Phone Bans?
4 Salmonella in 42 States; Minn. Eyes Peanut Butter
5 First US Count Finds 1 in 200 Kids Are Vegetarian
6 Rabbits devastate island wildlife
7 'Carbon cost' of Google revealed
8 UK fungi get protection strategy
9 Hunt for space rocks intensifies
10 By flying car from London to Timbuktu
11 In pictures: Tagging seahorses
12 Operating on the virtual human
13 Intel in second revenue warning
14 'Carbon cost' of Google revealed
15 Epidural risk lower than thought
16 Baby girl born to 'dead' mother
17 Woman keeps rare conjoined twins
18 Did Speculation Fuel Oil Price Swings?
19 Five reasons to seriously consider buying a netbook
20 10 Architectural Wonders of 2008
21 To Connect to the Internet, Just Turn on Your TV
22 Military Fights New "Battle Of The Bulge"
23 Keeping Home Life-support Up When Power Goes Out
24 Microsoft Apologizes, Adds Unlimited Win7 Beta
25 Microsoft Offers Unlimited Windows 7 Downloads
26 McAfee Hosed in Windows 7 Beta
27 Welcome back, Palm
28 Net TV, Netbooks Wow at Quieter CES
29 CES and the recession: What was the impact?
30 Study: Searching Google Damages The Environment
31 Googling pollutes the planet
32 Forget Google rationing: Only lighting farts can save the planet
33 Group Wants All Drivers To Put Away That Cell Phone
34 U.S. safety group calls for mobile phone driving ban
35 Safety Council Says Phoning and Driving Don't Mix
36 Report: Macworld Out, CES 2010 in for Apple
37 CES 2010 to feature Apple-related area, but not necessarily Apple
38 A view of CES: Storm clouds give way due to a little Apple-sourced magic
39 Is Macworld Dead?
40 CES tempting Apple-related electronics makers from Macworld
41 FBI reports crime fell in early 2008
42 Security Experts ID Top 25 Programming Errors
43 Report Names Top 25 Worst Programming Errors
44 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors Exposed
45 Group to detail 25 most dangerous coding errors hackers exploit
46 Hack-Proofing Software
47 Electric cars level automaker playing field
48 Technology Levels Playing Field in Race to Market Electric Car
49 AOL to complete overhaul with publishing expansion
50 AOL Launches Core Publishing Unit, Plans 30 New Sites in 2009
51 Quietly, AOL Becomes an Overseer of Niche Sites
52 Blu-ray: Strong Start for 2009
53 Study: Half of Developers Plan to Work on SaaS in '09
54 Survey: Half of All Developers to Work on SAAS Within a Year
55 SaaS can help you save on software cost
56 Connecting The Dots
57 Donating bone marrow, saving lives
58 Obama's big idea: Digital health records
59 Outlook: We All Want Longer, Healthier Lives. But It's Going to Cost Us.
60 Mysterious pelican deaths worry California biologists
61 More Pelicans Popping Up Sick All Over California
62 Pelican illness on California coast a mystery
63 Rescuers are baffled over ailing pelicans
64 Confused and Sick Pelicans Found Far From the Coast Mystify Biologists
65 US stem cell bank has acquired all 21 lines
66 All NIH human embryonic stem cell registry lines now deposited at NSCB
67 Health Scan: Stem cell therapy may reverse brain defects
68 Invisible threat: testing for radon at home
69 Woman in Minn. Had salmonella infection when she died
70 Salmonella hits Maryland
71 Early flu strains this season resistant to treatment
72 Flu resistance: the germ's and our own
73 Earliest Flu Strains Are Resistant to Tamiflu
74 Giant bird feces records pre-human New Zealand
75 DNA testing may unlock secrets of medieval manuscripts
76 While the cat's away: How removing an invasive species devastated a World Heritage island
77 Researchers identify potential new weapon in battle against HIV infection
78 Dirty snow causes early runoff in Cascades, Rockies
79 How do cells count?
80 Protein that regulates hormones critical to women's health found in pituitary
81 Disabling enzyme allows mice to gorge without becoming obese, new study finds
82 Nearly a century later, new findings support Warburg theory of cancer
83 Reverse evolution in real-time
84 Workers exposed to lead show more cognitive problems later in life
85 Tiny capsules deliver
86 Why we procrastinate and how to stop
87 Biologists discover link between CGG repeats in DNA and neurological disorders
88 Microscopic morphology adds to the scorpion family tree
89 Soil maps generate reliable Quaternary geologic map
90 Girls twice as likely as boys to remain victims of bullying
91 'Smart scaffolds' may help heal broken hearts
92 U-M researchers discover new genes that fuse in cancer
93 Lamin B locks up Oct-1
94 Researchers first to 'see' reactive oxygen species in vital enzyme
95 Scripps scientists develop first examples of RNA that replicates itself indefinitely
96 Big Bird Left Big Droppings
97 Soot-stained Snow Melts Sooner
98 Recession Could Spur Traffic Citations
99 Should Cell Phones Be Banned While Driving?
100 Hot Air? Google Searches Generate Greenhouse Gases
101 Top 5 Faked Memoirs
102 Endorsements: How Sports Stars Get Inside Your Head
103 Designer Babies: Ethical? Inevitable?
104 How We Get Our Bearings
105 14 Percent of U.S. Adults Can't Read
106 A New Use For Recycled Tires
107 Life As We Know It Nearly Created in Lab
108 Bed Bugs Resist Pesticides
109 How Viruses Work: Natural Motors Revealed
110 Skin cancer on the rise
111 Earliest Americans took two paths
112 Temperature rises threaten global food security
113 A never-ending dance of RNA
114 Fighting cholera by the numbers
115 Grooming your way to the top
116 Ocean fertilization experiment draws fire
117 Mars rover needs a date
118 Drugs unlock the body's own stem cell cabinet
119 Ancient supercontinent was a diamond factory
120 Major solar storm could cause lasting damage
121 New report slams NASA's oversight office
122 Invention: Tree-hugging wind turbine
123 Guide robot steers with a tender touch
124 Top 11 compounds in US drinking water
125 Why the Mediterranean is the Achilles' heel of the web
126 Ground-based bacteria may be making it rain
127 Can technology clear the air?
128 Implant raises cellular army to attack cancer
129 How bacterial warfare may lead to safer salami
130 Scanner paints a virtual crime scene
131 Europe 'exporting' measles to poor countries
132 White dwarfs may hide a dark secret
133 Medicinal plants on verge of extinction
134 Artery highlighter could reveal heart attack risk
135 'Climate fix' ship sets sail with plan to dump iron
136 Review: Freaks of Nature by Mark S Blumberg
137 What has been moving rocks on Mars?
138 Invention: Ultrasound brain 'window'
139 Neanderthals might have made good blood donors
140 Whalers attempt to block refuelling of activists' ship
141 Immoral advances: Is science out of control?
142 Gallery: Nanobristles that twist and grip
143 Artificial molecule evolves in the lab
144 Billions could go hungry from global warming by 2100
145 Should a TV news doctor be US surgeon general?
146 Solar power for cheap cold food and pure water
147 Using Tetris to treat trauma
148 God's own space race
149 Decline of Carbon Dioxide-Gobbling Plankton Coincided with Ancient Global Cooling
150 Hind Wings Help Butterflies Make Swift Turns to Evade Predators
151 Scientists Discover an Ancient Odor-Detecting Mechanism in Insects
152 Half of World's Population Could Face Climate-Induced Food Crisis by 2100
153 Carbon Nanotube 'Ink' May Lead to Thinner, Lighter Transistors and Solar Cells
154 Mosquitoes Create Harmonic Love Song Before Mating
155 Hydrocarbon Afterglow Reveals Reproductive Cheaters
156 How Bed Bugs Outsmart Poisons Designed to Control Them
157 Digital Communication Technology Helps Clear Path to Personalized Therapies
158 Research Shows Cell's Inactive State is Critical for Effectiveness of Cancer Treatment
159 Researchers Can Detect Tunnel Excavation With Fiber Optic Cables
160 Biologists Find Link Between CGG Repeats and Mental Disorders
161 Semantic Search Engine Helps Scientists Do Productive Searches
162 Giant Bird Poo Records Pre-human New Zealand
163 Soil Maps Generate Reliable Quaternary Geologic Map
164 Preventing Soil Erosion in Continuous Corn
165 Organic Soils Continue to Acidify Despite Reduction in Acidic Deposition
166 Study Suggests Ways to Avoid Slaughter of Yellowstone Bison
167 Pan Fans Join a 21st-Century Gold Rush
168 Male Cheetah Bark Triggers Female Ovulation