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1 Parks that Can Migrate with Animals
2 A New Foreign Policy: 'We Want Dialogue'
3 Enzyme behind cancer spread found
4 Arctic diary: Explorers' ice quest
5 Unraveling The Secret Of "Alters"
6 Stem Cell Policy Change Stirs Debate
7 12K U.S. Troops To Leave Iraq By Sept.
8 Orzag: Obama Administration Inherited Recession
9 Obama Stem Cell Decision Called 'Deadly Executive Order'
10 Wine and Beer May be Good for Your Bones
11 Focusing on Sexual Desire Can Ruin It
12 Watchmen: The Science of Dr. Manhattan
13 Can a Comedian Take Over the Space Station?
14 Domestic Horse Ridden Further Back in Time
15 Secret Birth Control Method: The Welcome Dance of the Uterus
16 Shoes Found in 13th Century Trash Pile
17 Taking the Pulse of the Forest
18 Pluto Has "Upside Down" Atmosphere
19 EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Rare Artifacts Return to Afghanistan
20 More Than 1,500 Stolen Afghan Artifacts Return to Kabul
21 Ancient Cult Chapels, Egyptian Noblewoman's Tomb Found
22 Moon-Smashing Probes: Are the Data Worth the Damage?
23 'Vampire' discovered in mass grave
24 Kill the inflammation, kill the HIV?
25 Conservationists deciding which species to survive
26 Cannibalistic Jupiter ate its early moons
27 Beads get ball rolling on avalanche prediction
28 Noise could mask web searchers' IDs
29 Thumbs up for 3D bone printer
30 Blood clotting 'on-off switch' discovered
31 Record-breaking algorithm really packs them in
32 First 'resurrected' gene found in humans
33 Fart molecule could be next Viagra
34 Japanese pioneer developed first general anaesthetic
35 Drug Blocks Two of World's Deadliest Emerging Viruses
36 Evolution, Ecosystems May Buffer Some Species Against Climate Change
37 Glow, Little E. coli: The Making of Luminous Bacteria
38 Researchers Look to the Past--and the Future--in 'Evolution: the First Four Billion Years'
39 Engineers Ride 'Rogue' Laser Waves to Build Better Light Sources
40 Trash Into Energy: University Unveils a Campus Renewable Bioenergy Initiative
41 Simple Filter Delivers Clean, Safe Drinking Water--Potentially to Millions
42 Molecule Tracking Reveals Mechanism of Chromosome Separation in Dividing Cells
43 Spacecraft Seeks Earth-Like Planets
44 Obama Reversing Stem Cell Limits Bush Imposed
45 Future Dim for Nuclear Waste Repository
46 Recycling Gadgets When They Go Pffft...
47 In a Helpless Baby, the Roots of Our Social Glue
48 Scientists Fear Visa Trouble Will Drive Foreign Students Away
49 Found in the Trash: A Jug of Plutonium (Vintage '44, Sleuths Say)
50 Liked the Show? Maybe It Was the Commercials
51 Rewards for Students Under a Microscope
52 Really? The Claim: Morning Is the Best Time to Exercise
53 Kepler takes to the heavens to look for other Earths
54 NASA Telescope Searches for Earth-Like Planets
55 Apple is Delaying Developers; Does a Bigger Problem Exist?
56 Apple's iPhone Developer Crisis
57 Unauthorized iPhone app stores emerging
58 IPhone Beats Windows Mobile to 25,000 Applications
59 A peek at Apple's new QuickTime X interface
60 New Snow Leopard test build has more Cocoa goodness
61 Snow Leopard Gets Smart with Text, Continues Cocoa Push
62 Snow Leopard QuickTime X Interface and Other Changes
63 Lawmakers aim for more food safety oversight
64 Ripples from peanut recall swamp small businesses
65 'Holy powder' ingredient makes membranes behave for better health
66 Rice psychologist explores perception of fear in human sweat
67 Molecule tracking reveals mechanism of chromosome separation in dividing cells
68 Evidence of earliest known domestic horses found in Kazakhstan
69 Penn vet researchers identify a critical growth factor that stimulates sperm stem cells to thrive
70 Drug combination may be effective against deadly melanoma, pilot study shows
71 Transparent zebrafish a must-see model for atherosclerosis
72 Less costly, more accessible and as effective: Simplified treatment for sleep apnea
73 Brain tumor treatment may increase number of cancer stem-like cells
74 Drug blocks 2 of world's deadliest emerging viruses
75 Bristly spheres as capsules
76 'Holy powder' ingredient makes membranes behave for better health
77 Brain tumours: New therapy surprisingly successful
78 Drug combination may be effective against deadly melanoma, pilot study shows
79 Taking a bite out of ocean research
80 Saving heart attack patients in the middle of the night
81 Blood test predicts chance of dementia
82 Archaeologists Find Earliest Known Domestic Horses: Harnessed and Milked
83 Virus-free Embryonic-like Stem Cells Made From Skin Of Parkinson's Disease Patients
84 How Hyenas 'Inherit' Their Social Status
85 Bizarre Bird Behavior Predicted By Game Theory
86 Peptides-on-demand: Radical New Green Chemistry Makes The Impossible Possible
87 New Light Shed On Marine Luminescence
88 How Moths Key Into Scent Of A Flower
89 Unexpected Source Of Gamma Rays Discovered In Space
90 Naked Mole Rats May Hold Clues To Successful Aging
91 Drug Blocks Two Of World's Deadliest Emerging Viruses
92 Worm-and-mouse Tale: B Cells Deserve More Respect
93 Environmentally-friendly Energy: Sunlight Turns Carbon Dioxide To Methane
94 Safer Methadone Use For Treatment Of Pain And Addiction
95 Sudden Collapse Of Healthy Athletes May Be Due To Hereditary Cardiac Disease
96 Arthritis Hinders Physical Activity For Adults With Heart Disease
97 Muscling In On Type 2 Diabetes
98 New Zealand And New Caledonia Geographically Connected: Ocean's Journey Towards The Center Of The Earth
99 Desert Shrub, Guayule, May Be Fuel Of The Future
100 Less Nitrogen Could Increase Profit, Sustainability
101 What Determines The Size Of Giant Dunes?
102 'Silver Nanoparticle' Microscope May Shed New Light On Cancer, Bone Diseases
103 Health Is Going High Tech WIth Camera Pills, Health Sensors And Ultrasound Maps For Surgeons
104 Top US cybersecurity official quits
105 Researchers find brain differences between believers and non-believers
106 It's Easier to Observe the Failure of Local Realism than Previously Thought
107 Japanese gadget controls iPod in blink of an eye
108 Can Web site offer homeless man hope?
109 Turning the tide to energy
110 Facebook courting Twitter lovers
111 Paper from sugar cane saves trees and money
112 A new way to assemble cells into 3-D microtissues
113 Judge faults gov't plan to save Pacific NW salmon
114 New fish discovered in the Bellingshausen Sea
115 Researchers identify a critical growth factor that stimulates sperm stem cells to thrive
116 Sex gel may curb spread of AIDS in monkeys
117 'Children born to older fathers are less intelligent'
118 Genital enhancement is the latest craze
119 NASA's Kepler telescope to probe for earth-like worlds
120 Horses tamed 5,500 years ago
121 Antelope species face extinction: Red List
122 Shark attacks blamed on growth in fish stocks
123 Breast milk agent may thwart HIV
124 Make ETS 'catch-all,' says think tank
125 Waters give lift to nature's Eyre force
126 Morality: it really is a matter of taste
127 Days are limited for king of forest
128 Injustice leaves bad taste in mouth
129 Lingo link to ancient ancestors [cf. 130]
130 Scientists compile caveman phrasebook [cf. 129]
131 Travis pays price for aping human
132 A third of world's languages at risk
133 Self-dousing cigaretters to cut bushfire risk
134 Tests confirm crocodile took five-year-old boy
135 Astronomer Brian Boyle starry-eyed over telescope vision