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1 Music of the Spheres
2 The Weirdest Animals of 2008
3 A Better Place for the Electric Car
4 Zoo Animals Enjoy Winter Wonderland
5 Suicides in National Parks Increase in 2008
6 Microsoft Says Zune Players Working Again
7 Strange New World: Tech Picks of the Week
8 10 Most Awesome iPhone Apps of 2008
9 Exploiting Nature to Cut Mosquitoes' Life Short
10 New Ignition Lock Laws Aim to Foil Drunk Drivers
11 Breast-Feeding Past Infancy: 'I'm Comforting Him'
12 Gaza Conflict's Shadow 'Cyberwar'
13 Gaza's Wounded Seek Medical Care in Egypt
14 Death of an AIDS Skeptic
15 Antibiotics Before Infections Save Lives: Study
16 British Couple Has "Black-and-White Twins" Twice
17 John Travolta's Son Dies in The Bahamas
18 Gov't resumes oil purchases for stockpile
19 Fathering sons or daughters may be in men's genes
20 Elephants give up treats and lose 11,314 pounds
21 Anti-whaling activists leave Antarctica to refuel
22 Floods, mounting snow ruin buildings in Northwest
23 More small quakes rattle Yellowstone National Park
24 Cough medicine ingredient may treat prostate cancer
25 Fast food near schools means fatter kids
26 Parent health sways views of asthmatic kids' health
27 Kids' lungs benefit from longer breast feeding
28 Doctor, former patient now colleagues in Detroit
29 25 Years of Mac: From Boxy Beige to Silver Sleek
30 Apple Says Farewell to Macworld, Hello to the Big Time
31 A New Push to Turn Off the Lights in 2009
32 3 Smart Things About Sleeping Late
33 Linkbait Your Blog
34 12 Elegant Examples of Evolution
35 12 Good Gadgets for Hard Times
36 Toyota's Solar Concept Might Not Be a Car At All
37 BBC Set to Announce 11th Doctor Who
38 Johns Hopkins scientists pull protein's tail to curtail cancer
39 Trapped water cause of regular tremors under Vancouver Island: UBC researchers
40 New visualization techniques yield star formation insights
41 Arousal frequency in heart failure found to be a unique sleep problem
42 MRSA pre-screening effective in reducing otolaryngic surgical infection rates
43 Researchers engineer pancreatic cell transplants to evade immune response
44 The gold standard: Biodesign Institute researchers use nanoparticles to make 3-D DNA nanotubes
45 USC dentist links Fosomax-type drugs to jaw necrosis
46 Bright lights, not-so-big pupils
47 Smokers with stroke in the family 6 times more likely to have stroke too
48 Study shows that the societal, economic burden of insomnia is high
49 Toxicity mechanism identified for Parkinson's disease
50 Fewer deaths with preventive antibiotic use
51 6 North American sites hold 12,900-year-old nanodiamond-rich soil
52 Molecular imaging enables earlier, individualized treatment of thyroid cancer
53 Genetic variation may lead to early cardiovascular disease
54 Family history of prostate cancer does not affect some treatment outcomes
55 Scientists identify new congenital neutropenia syndrome and causative gene mutation
56 Peer discussion improves student performance with 'clickers,' says CU-Boulder study
57 Expectant brains help predict anxiety treatment success
58 Aquaculture's growth seen as continuing
59 Dormant cancer cells rely on cellular self-cannibalization to survive
60 Dolphins wield tools of the sea
61 'Green homes' that can resist hurricanes
62 Don't Sleep, There Are Snakes: Life and Language in the Amazonian Jungle
63 More than just being a sentimental fool: The psychology of nostalgia
64 Toothbrushing Can Prevent Hospital-borne Pneumonia
65 Study examines motives behind Santa myth
66 Review--Falling for Science
67 Dino extinction may have been caused by 'magnetic chaos'
68 Review--The Beginnings of Western Science
69 Is Recycling Worth It? PM Investigates its Economic and Environmental Impact
70 Life got bigger in two, millionfold leaps, researchers say
71 A Still Curious Case
72 Top 10 Discoveries of 2008
73 Microsoft Says Zune Players Working Again
74 Strange New World: Tech Picks of the Week
75 New Ignition Lock Laws Aim to Foil Drunk Drivers
76 English Language to Have One Million Words by April
77 More Polar Bears Going Hungry
78 Friended by Mom and Dad on Facebook
79 Gaza Conflict's Shadow 'Cyberwar'
80 Autopsy Planned for Travolta's Son
81 Mars rovers roll on to five years
82 'Bug' could combat dengue fever
83 Nanotech could mean sharper snaps
84 Collider head's repair confidence
85 Coral reef growth is slowest ever
86 A gym powered by sweat and tears
87 Zune 'bug' fixed, says Microsoft
88 The Valley looks towards 2009--Part Two
89 Guyana leader in Facebook 'scam'
90 'Keep off dieting' to avoid flu
91 China dairies offer text apology
92 Baby girl born on US-bound flight
93 Why Braille is brilliant
94 NHS 'fast losing its compassion'
95 More Colleges Expected to Offer Online Interviews
96 Top 10 Application Development Stories of 2008
97 Unlocked iPhone Market Gets 3G, But No Threat To Apple
98 Spotify, An Alternative to Music Piracy
99 Windows 7 surprise: DivX built in
100 A 4-D View Of Fido In The Womb
101 Trapped water cause of regular tremors under Vancouver Island
102 New research says academic medicine is in critical condition
103 Researchers engineer pancreatic cell transplants to evade immune response
104 New visualisation techniques yield star formation insights
105 Six North American sites hold 12900 year-old nanodiamond-rich soil
106 Trying to eat less becomes more important to fend off middle-age weight gain
107 Family history of prostate cancer does not affect some treatment outcomes
108 Researchers use nanoparticles to make 3-D DNA nanotubes
109 Toxicity mechanism identified for Parkinson's disease
110 Dormant cancer cells rely on cellular self-cannibalisation to survive
111 Molecular imaging enables earlier, individualised treatment of thyroid cancer
112 Genetic variation may lead to early cardiovascular disease
113 Mystery stone circles may point to water on Mars
114 Seven new wonders of the world
115 Genes give Africans a better sense of taste
116 Invention: Software research assistant
117 2008: The year in astronomy
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