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1 Ministers Get Close Look at Antarctic Ice Threat
2 Online Layoff Tracker Captures Economy's Carnage
3 Picking the Browser's Padlock
4 Scientists May Have New Way to Fight the Flu
5 Scared to Death: How Fright Can Kill
6 Still Paging Dr. Gupta? What's the Holdup?
7 Gym Mistakes: 11 Ways To Botch a Workout
8 Body painting helps anatomy lessons
9 Mice shed light on obesity gene
10 Most wars occur in rich wildlife areas: study
11 Stress, abuse damages childhood genes
12 Lifeline for endangered albatross
13 A pride in peril
14 Google dismisses 'Atlantis find'
15 Brown launches 'recovery' website
16 Warning of infected auction tool
17 Workers 'stealing company data'
18 Museum lovers' social networking
19 Sat-nav to aid disabled motorists
20 Speed Diary: Day Five
21 Child abuse 'alters stress gene'
22 China tainted pork makes 70 sick
23 Contaminated blood cases 'tragic'
24 'No progress' over RSI injuries
25 Ministers Visit Melting Antarctica
26 Gore, Clinton Headline Energy Conference
27 iTunes Concept Shows How iPhone App Management Should Have Worked From the Start
28 Simple hacks to boost your Wi-Fi coverage
29 The video game that lets you slap a Wall Street CEO
30 Techcrunch are full of shit
31 Meth "Cooks" Leave Toxic Trail At Motels
32 U.K.'s Tainted Blood Scandal Probed
33 Comet Lulin poses for NASA's Swift
34 Google Sinks Atlantis Discovery Buzz
35 Google: Look, Google Ocean Didn't Find Atlantis, OK?
36 Atlantis Claimed to Be Found Using Google Earth, Google Says Otherwise
37 Microsoft Offers Free Tech Training To Millions
38 Kyte Launches Turn-Key iPhone App Platform
39 iPhone user concocts app management concept
40 Close to 20% of U.S. smartphone owners spent $100 on apps in 2008
41 Comcast OnDemand Goes Online
42 Web video isn't killing cable subs...yet
43 The Mac slides, but not as badly as the PC market
44 PC Gains, Mac Falls in January 2009 Sales
45 Apple: If you don't "do cheap," let someone else do it instead
46 6 simple reasons why investors shouldn't bet against Apple
47 Windows Mobile gets more 'finger-friendly'
48 Senate to ISPs, Anyone with Wi-Fi: Keep Access Logs to Save the Children
49 Proposed law might make Wi-Fi users help cops
50 Flu Treatment Stops Many Strains at Once in Animal Research
51 Team finds secret that could stem flu viruses
52 Antibodies Offer a New Path for Fighting Flu
53 Lilly blood thinner prasugrel earns EU approval
54 Lilly gets approval for blockbuster Prasugrel
55 Health-Care Focus Next for Obama in Speech, Budget Proposal
56 Destination of pot from Arizona still unclear
57 Truck headed to Westborough contained $2.1M in marijuana
58 Uncertainty over animal crossings
59 Harbour threat for coelacanths
60 A New Route to Terabit Memory
61 Cheap Hydrogen from Scraps
62 NASA's Carbon Observatory Set for Blastoff
63 Mole rats may hold secret to long life
64 Shocking pink tubes help to save albatrosses
65 The next generation of mirrors
66 Anamorphic art
67 We need a satisfactory metaphor for DNA
68 Conservation plan would keep islanders in exile
69 Milky Way still reeling from ancient smash
70 Flexible electronic books to hit market soon
71 Calculating Gene and Protein Connections in a Parkinson's Model
72 Ocean Becoming More Acidic, Potentially Threatening Marine Life
73 Patience Pays Off with Methanol for Uranium Bioremediation
74 Ultra-Fine Coatings on Sediment Grains Influence Nitrate and Sulfate Storage in Soil
75 Hidden Before Our Eyes: Tiny World Makes Giant Leap to Silver Screen
76 Building a better protein
77 Engineering students score a slam dunk (Video)
78 2008 Was Earth's Coolest Year Since 2000
79 Quantum dots as midinfrared emitters
80 Researchers develop 'wireless' activation of brain circuits [cf. 120]
81 One of the most important problems in materials science solved
82 New rocket aims for cheaper nudges in space: Plasma thruster is small, runs on inexpensive gases
83 Brainwaves could help understanding of mental health disorders
84 Fermilab, European accelerator race for glory
85 No longer a gray area: Our hair bleaches itself as we grow older
86 The brain's reserve cells can be activated after stroke
87 Rett Syndrome scientist makes significant discovery
88 Mass migrations and war: Dire climate scenario
89 A sprightly explanation for UFO sightings?
90 Online layoff tracker captures economy's carnage
91 A steep(ing) learning curve on tea
92 Stargazers to be offered a good glimpse of comet
93 The pluses and (mostly) minuses of biofuels
94 Gender divide in alcohol-related deaths persists
95 Fate and 'face': Cultural differences lead to different consumer approaches
96 Overdoing it? Simple techniques can help avoid overindulgence
97 How do patients diagnosed with schizophrenia communicate?
98 Aching Back? Cholesterol Medication Might Help
99 Many Tricks Can Save Electricity
100 Study Links Internet Addiction to Aggression in Teens
101 Study challenges popular image of dingo
102 Stable Thanks to Dynamics--DNA Component Resists UV Radiation
103 New barrier coating offers savings for aluminium smelters
104 Previous work experience not always a positive for a new job
105 Bad news for Philadephia Newspapers as it files for bankruptcy
106 New videogame lets you 'slap' a CEO online
107 Father/daughter relationships lead to more girls following dad's career path
108 New light shed on marine luminescence
109 Suppressing cancer with a master control gene
110 Lowering your cholesterol may decrease your risk of cancer
111 Microfluidic Device Mimics Tumor Microenvironment, Helps Drug Discovery Efforts
112 Social patents: Using online social networks to handle patent applications
113 Can different languages be analyzed using the same model?
114 Elephant fans tune in to Belgian on-line birthing
115 Scientists identify human monoclonal antibodies effective against bird and seasonal flu viruses
116 Scientists mine drugs database for new diabetes treatment
117 Poachers put Balkan lynx on brink of extinction
118 Origins of Pompeii-style artefacts examined at ISIS
119 Egg-irony: High cholesterol food may reduce blood pressure
120 Light instead of current: Activation of neurons with light by means of semiconductor photoelectrodes [cf. 80]
121 The way of the digital dodo
122 Scientists Find Rare, Potent Antibody to HIV-1
123 Childhood trauma has life-long effect on genes and the brain
124 Children in single-parent households and stepfamilies benefit from time with grandparents
125 A safe, well-tolerated, and effective treatment for metastatic esophageal cancer
126 Laser treatment clinical trial misses primary endpoint
127 Young smokers increase risk for multiple sclerosis
128 'Experiment of nature' examines how mother's diet may impact on child's health
129 Researchers find genes important to sleep
130 Some of your body's cells have a 'license to kill'
131 Pack 'Em In--Gold Nanoparticles Improve Gene Regulation
132 Safer nanoparticles spotlight tumors, deliver drugs
133 Scientists See Smallest-Ever Square Nanotube
134 A Newtonian system that mimics the baldness of rotating black holes
135 Secrets behind high temperature superconductors revealed
136 For the First Time, Scientists Measure the Size of a One-Neutron Halo with Lasers
137 Patience pays off with methanol for uranium bioremediation
138 Arsenic and Old Toenails: New research highlights environmental exposure to toxin
139 Ministers get close look at Antarctic ice threat
140 Ultra-fine coatings on sediment grains influence nitrate and sulfate storage in soil
141 Americans watch yet more TV, Nielsen reports
142 Using wireless sensors to monitor bridge safety
143 Electricity systems can cope with large-scale wind power
144 Engineers design silicon-free photoelectric module of easy incorporation
145 Full steam ahead for California bullet train
146 Tokyo Electric to build solar plant in California: report