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1 Blade Runner Has No Clear Edge
2 Life after Yucca Mountain
3 Nanopillar Solar Cells
4 The Problem with Cap and Trade
5 A Pound of Cure
6 Solar Thermal Heats Up
7 Doping Hormone Erythropoietin Also Boosts Brainpower
8 Britain Calls for A Genomic Health Roadmap
9 Flaw Opens ATMs to Hackers
10 Solar for Dark Climates
11 Healthy Embryos Show Chromosome Flaws
12 British scientists claim to create human sperm
13 Satellite shows big thinning of old Arctic sea ice
14 Israeli archaeologists discover ancient quarry
15 Final Rules Broaden Pool for Stem Cell Research
16 Social Security number code cracked, study claims
17 Nearly 500 dogs seized from Texas kennel
18 Armadillo-like crocodile roamed Brazil: researchers
19 Genes Linked to Cholesterol in Cells Are Identified
20 World's first fuel cell aircraft takes off in Germany
21 Endangered species' DNA to be stored at NYC museum
22 Chimps' break for lunch forces public from zoo
23 Mumbai facing water cuts as lakes run dry
24 Major polluters water down climate warming ambitions
25 G8 sees economy still in peril, falters on climate
26 G8 working on goal of limiting temperature rise
27 Md. doctor: Kidney transplant record achieved
28 Patients fret over proposed Tylenol restrictions
29 Health care overhaul racing against the clock
30 Obesity worries lift health food prospects in Asia
31 Use of vibrators common, surveys show
32 Fewer Shots Could Still Protect Kids From Pneumonia
33 Americans doubt insurance plans will cover cancer
34 Five Things Google's Chrome OS Will Do for Your Netbook
35 Battery Tests Confirm iPhone 3GS Improvements, But Complaints Linger
36 Sat Marks the Spot, Uncovers Pirate Weapons Haul
37 Google Announces PC Operating System to Compete with Windows
38 Nifty Action Camera Mounts...Just About Anywhere
39 Vacuum Tube Chess Set Flickers and Glows
40 Burning Question: What Can I Do to Make My GPS Work Better?
41 Hybrid Supercar Coming From McLaren?
42 Crossing a Very Big Sea In a Very Small Boat
43 Bookstores Aim at Amazon With E-Readers of Their Own
44 RIAA Fears Thomas Keeps On File Sharing, Despite $2 Million Verdict
45 Webcasters, Music Industry Agree on Royalties
46 Gallery: Low-Tech Computers From Prehistory to Today
47 Astronomers Uncover Audio of 1969 Soviet Attempt to Beat U.S. to the Moon
48 Social Security Numbers Deduced From Public Data
49 Judge Mulls Sanctions Against Berkman Center Founder
50 Notebook Practically Begs You to Throw Pages Away
51 GeekDad Named One of the Top 100 Blogs for School Librarians
52 Twitters Enters Meatspace: The End is Nigh
53 Military Looks to Stop Drivers With Laser Blasts
54 White glow: Dye-doped DNA nanofibers emit white light
55 Google's new operating system to take on Microsoft
56 One-finger exercise reveals unexpected limits to dexterity
57 Light-absorbing nanowires may make better solar panels
58 Smallest salamander in U.S. discovered
59 Mystery of bat with an extraordinary nose solved
60 Blood pressure targets: Aiming lower offers no benefit
61 Unemployment rate for electrical engineers soars to new record
62 Astronomers reveal a 'blue whale of space'
63 Building a stellar time machine
64 High-tech imaging reveals hidden past in ancient texts
65 New portrait of Omega Nebula's glistening watercolors
66 'Normal' cells far from cancer give nanosignals of trouble
67 The Amazon River is 11 million years old
68 Swine flu resistance testing to grow after US case (Update)
69 US newspaper which printed blogs folds after six months
70 New NASA Satellite Survey Reveals Dramatic Arctic Sea Ice Thinning
71 'Lab on a chip' to measure water stress in plants
72 How E. coli grows its 'nose'
73 New study bolsters case for preventive prostate cancer treatment
74 Scientists explore the physics of bumpy roads
75 Scientists track chemical changes in cells as they endure extreme conditions
76 New monkey discovered in Brazil
77 Recognition at last: Face recognition computers can see through your disguise
78 Two dietary oils, two sets of benefits for older women with diabetes
79 Sony belatedly to join 'netbook' market in August
80 One step closer to an artificial nerve cell
81 Human sperm created from embryonic stem cells
82 Europe launches study into manned spacecraft scheme
83 Augmented Reality: Science Fiction or Reality? (w/ Video)
84 World's first as fuel cell aircraft takes off in Germany
85 Blur's noise and distortion reversed
86 Faster, more cost-effective DNA test for crime scenes, disease diagnosis
87 2000-year-old statue of an athlete sheds light on corrosion and other modern challenges
88 Clean fuels could reduce deaths from ship smokestacks by 40,000 annually
89 Study finds job programs protect public health during periods of recession
90 Study reveals bone coupling factor key to skeletal health (w/ Video)
91 Link between obesity and diabetes discovered
92 New method to efficiently produce less toxic drugs using organic molecules
93 Adding simehicone to sodium phosphate bowel preparation benefits colonscopy?
94 First evidence that weed killers improve nutritional value of a key food crop
95 New heart disease risk score outperforms existing test
96 Work in mice will contribute to the study of hereditary diseases that lead to blindness
97 Do bilingual persons have distinct language areas in the brain?
98 Pluronic L-81 is a potential anti-diabetic drug?
99 Kenya's national parks not free from wildlife declines
100 Erythropoietin boosts brainpower
101 What On Earth Is Driving the Melodramatic, Histrionic Michael Jackson Coverage?
102 US-Mexico border wall could threaten wildlife species
103 The surprising effect of cannabis on morphine dependence
104 Muscle rubs: Use for pain is questionable
105 Post-traumatic stress disorder: Psychological treatments may not prevent PTSD
106 Chinese herbs for endometriosis
107 Army study improves ability to predict drinking water needs
108 Bacterial vaginosis treatments: Probiotics can increase effectiveness of some antibiotic therapies
109 Nondrug interventions may comfort children having an anesthetic
110 Hitting cell hot spot could help thwart Parkinson's disease
111 The most effective teachers are in a class of their own
112 Give children iron supplements: They don't increase malaria risk
113 Single gene mutation responsible for 'catastrophic epilepsy'
114 Brown professor continues debate over recovered memory
115 Md. doctor: Kidney transplant record achieved
116 New way to make sensors that detect toxic chemicals
117 Remote-control closed system invented for inserting radio-active atoms inside fullerenes
118 Low-cost solution processing method developed for CIGS-based solar cells
119 'Flexible camera' replaces lens with fiber web
120 Atomic force microscope research could lead to better health care
121 Nano Measurement in the 3rd Dimension
122 Canadian researchers set to study impact of nanomaterials on aquatic ecosystems
123 Physicists find way to control individual bits in quantum computers
124 Creating Denser Magnetic Memory
125 Could a quantum motor do work?
126 Spanish scientists bring us closer to making the dream of invisibility true
127 Physical reality of string theory demonstrated
128 UQ researchers break the law--of physics
129 Physicist takes a quantum leap
130 Media tend to doomsay when addressing environmental issues
131 Stormy weather could stall weekend shuttle launch
132 Rover Extraction Tests Begin (w/ Video)
133 Scientists analyze Hurricane Ike's effects on waterways, fish contamination
134 Iron and biological production in the high-latitude North Atlantic
135 Wet spring increases risk of barn fires caused by hot, moist hay
136 NASA Research to Help Aircraft Avoid Ocean Storms, Turbulence
137 Science adopts a new definition of seawater
138 California to require sun-blocking car windows
139 iPhone 3G S has slew of new features
140 Robo-bats with metal muscles may be next generation of remote control flyers
141 TV makers hope thin is in for newest sets
142 White House among targets of sweeping cyber attack
143 Researchers establishing security standards for the internet
144 Gartner says tech spending to drop 6 percent
145 Cardinals' La Russa drops suit against Twitter
146 COIL Electric Guitars Leave No Tone Unturned
147 Online radio stations strike big deal on royalties
148 Nielsen: Kids spending more time online
149 A search engine for TV programs
150 Plastics chemical retards growth, function of adult reproductive cells
151 A New Way of Treating the Flu
152 Researchers demonstrate reversible generation of a high capacity hydrogen storage material
153 New method for detecting nitroxyl will boost cardiac drug research
154 Chilled-out animals: a lower risk for food poisoning
155 Playing it safe
156 New culprit behind obesity's ill metabolic consequences
157 Male seahorses like big mates
158 Study reduces euthanasia rates of cats
159 Analysis of Copernicus putative remains support identity
160 Finding the constant in bacterial communication
161 US finalizes stem cell research guidelines
162 Variants of 'umami' taste receptor contribute to our individualized flavor worlds
163 White House, hospitals reach deal on health care
164 Student drinking: Changing perceptions reduces alcohol misuse
165 Is molecular adsorbent recirculating system effective for all the liver failure patients?
166 Fruit and vegetable intake in pregnant women reduces risk of upper respiratory tract infection
167 Small company working toward what could be a breakthrough: a drug that kills only cancer cells
168 Researchers identify potential patient safety risks among methadone maintenance treatment patients
169 Cardia resection for perforated gastroesophageal cancer
170 Progressive resistance strength training helps older people in daily life
171 Coralline algae in the Mediterranean lost their tropical element between 5 and 7 million years ago
172 Switching schools affects student achievement, study
173 First direct evidence of substantial fish consumption by early modern humans in China
174 Ancient fossils shed light on anatomical changes accompanying evolution of first land vertebrates