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1 German ships blaze Arctic trail
2 The future on screen
3 The hospital hip detectives
4 How to Know It's Time to Dump Your Doctor
5 N.Y. College Student Dies of H1N1
6 Review: Apple's fifth-generation iPod nano (2009)
7 Apple's iPod Evolution Could Mark End of Dedicated Devices
8 New iPod Touch Holds Secret 802.11n Wi-Fi And Camera Slot
9 11n Wi-Fi chip discovered in new iPod Touch
10 The new iPod Nano: More features, same size
11 New iPod Touch packs Wi-Fi 'n,' FM hardware
12 Week in Apple: New iPods, iPhone OS 3.1, autopsies, and more
13 Discovery glides to smooth California landing
14 Shuttle Glides to a California Landing
15 Why the Cliq Won't Click
16 PLUGGED IN: Moto Makeover Could Cliq
17 Twitter Confirms User Ownership Of Tweets
18 NASA names target for water hunt at moon's south pole
19 NASA finds a moon crater to slam into
20 NASA chooses moon crater for crash of rocket
21 Little Crater Targeted for Big Splash
22 2nd UPDATE: Appeals Court Throws Out $358M Verdict Vs Microsoft
23 Microsoft $358m patent violation damages tossed
24 Microsoft wins appeal overturning $358 million damages award to Alcatel
25 Analyst Predicts AT&T Will Stay the Exclusive Provider of the iPhone
26 Study shows steady decline in AT&T brand perception
27 BlackBerry, iPhone and Palm Pre Reduce Mobile Carriers to Dumb Pipes
28 Left Out in Rural America
29 Report: Apple likely to extend its iPhone exclusive with AT&T
30 AT&T IPhone Data Woes Depress Perception
31 AT&T consumer perception drops during summer '09
32 802.11n Wi-Fi standard finally approved
33 Superfast Wi-Fi Standard 'n' Official: Consumer FAQ
34 Wi-Fi Gets a New Standard
35 Arctic May Be Changed Forever, Study Finds
36 Study shows climate changes transform Arctic region
37 Climate Change Impacting Arctic Ecology
38 Grey wolves: hunters or the hunted?
39 Wolves Aren't Making It Easy for Idaho Hunters
40 Judge Clears Wolf Hunts
41 Wolf hunting in Montana
42 Judge faults removal of wolf from endangered list
43 Judge OKs wolf hunts; tag sales brisk
44 Wolf hunt to open Sept. 15 in four backcountry districts
45 New Mexico Has Nation's 2nd Highest Uninsured Rate
46 Doing the Math on the Uninsured
47 Cornell University Student Dies After Contracting H1N1
48 Vermillion ovarian cancer test wins FDA OK
49 Ovarian Cancer Test Approved
50 FDA Okays Blood Test for Ovarian Cancer
51 STD Linked to Prostate Cancer
52 The Buddy System: How Medical Data Revealed Secret to Health and Happiness
53 Universal 'Death Stench' Repels Bugs of All Types
54 Deep-Sea Robot Roves the Unexplored Ocean Depths
55 Net Hoax Convinces Germany of Fake U.S. Suicide Bombing Attempt
56 Digital Contacts Will Keep an Eye on Your Vital Signs
57 New Extrasolar System Allows Planetary 'X-Ray'
58 Video: How Swine Flu Spread
59 Vanished and Captured: Recapping the Hunt for Evan Ratliff
60 Terminal Man Finally Gets a Shower
61 Super-Dense Frozen Water Breaks Final Ice Frontier
62 Darwin Centre takes doors off museum
63 France unveils carbon tax
64 Publication bias continues despite clinical-trial registration
65 Atomic agency rescues 'dirty bomb' material
66 Chromium isotopes track oxygen's rise
67 Physicists propose 'Schrodinger's virus' experiment
68 Italian quake analysis rumbles in
69 Airborne laser ready for flight tests
70 Better world: Find out if we can cool the planet
71 Plot and graphics not paramount in videogame success
72 Smart implants may alleviate neurological conditions
73 Killer birds bite off bats' heads
74 Extinct New Zealand eagle may have eaten humans
75 NASA's LCROSS Reveals Target Crater For Lunar South Pole Impacts
76 Google's search box gets bigger
77 Flowering lantana draws butterflies--but little water
78 Broadband invisibility in the microwave range
79 A Theory of Dark Matter
80 Mice Levitated for Space Research
81 Solar Roadways Awarded DOT Contract to Pave Roads with Solar Cells
82 Proposed Quantum Computer Consists of Billions of Electron Spins
83 Novel 'On-Off Switch' Mechanism Stops Cancer in Its Tracks
84 Spacecraft Could Save Earth from Asteroids
85 Scientists propose new hypothesis on the origin of life
86 How to Measure What We Don't Know
87 Carbon nanotubes could make efficient solar cells
88 Great Tit Turns Out to be a Killer
89 Home power plants project unveiled in Germany
90 Researchers using parallel processing computing could save thousands by using an Xbox
91 Researcher uses bacteria to make radioactive metals inert
92 Troublesome green algae serve as coating substrate in record-setting battery
93 Choosing a Low Radiation Cell Phone
94 Electrical circuit runs entirely off power in trees
95 Using Nanotubes in Computer Chips
96 Scientists Build Nanostructures out of Single DNA Strands
97 Carbonized TiO2 nanotubes with semimetallic properties increase the efficiency of methanol fuel cells
98 Researchers develop thin films showing promise for solar applications
99 Electroluminescence from Electrolyte-Gated Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistors
100 IBM Scientists Effectively Eliminate Wear at the Nanoscale
101 New physics theory prize names first recipient
102 Michigan scientists working on super-fast, secure computing
103 High in Sodium: Highly Charged Tungsten Ions May Diagnose Fusion Energy Reactors
104 Better Way to Measure Particle Shape Proves Popular
105 Belle Finds a Hint of New Physics in Extremely Rare B Decays
106 Man-made crises 'outrunning our ability to deal with them,' scientists warn
107 Japan sends first cargo spacecraft to ISS
108 Students To Participate In NASA's Lunar Field Test Activities
109 Energy consumption makes Spanish forestry unsustainable
110 IAEA removes dangerous radioactive sources from Lebanon
111 Survey: Dioxin levels high in Vietnam near US base
112 Scientists discover surprise in Earth's upper atmosphere
113 More oxygen--colder climate
114 Dramatic biological responses to global warming in the Arctic
115 Catastrophic Darkness: How Life Survives an Asteroid Impact
116 Seaglider sets new underwater endurance and range records
117 Arctic exploration finds large underwater mountain
118 Greenland's melt mystery unfolds, at glacial pace
119 Sony Adds Two Super Slim Edge-Lit LED HDTVs
120 Motorola, in need of hit, shows off Android phone
121 Intel Launches Three New Quad-core Processors
122 $100M-plus broadband map runs into cost questions
123 Twitter keeps it simple with new terms of service
124 NRL artificial intelligence team win 2 video awards (w/ Video)
125 Hacker pleads guilty to huge theft of card numbers
126 Ford backs bill to ban texting while driving
127 Loopt shows iPhone a new trick
128 Upgrading RAM is a simple process
129 Light electric motor spins out
130 China could be $1 trillion green tech market
131 Carbon copying the 'Stradivarius' sound
132 RNA interference found in budding yeasts
133 When proteins change partners
134 Model backs green tea and lemon claim, lessens need to test animals
135 Bananas Gone Bad Glow Blue in UV-Light
136 Ice Gets Bent Out of Shape
137 Fish-Killing Toxin Could Kill Cancer Cells
138 From Chicken Feathers to Flower Pots
139 'Dung of the devil' plant roots point to new swine flu drugs
140 Getting plants to rid themselves of pesticide residues
141 New NIST trace explosives standard slated for homeland security duty
142 New biosensor can detect bacteria instantaneously
143 Hot and Cold Moves of Cyanide and Water
144 Prototype Method Detects and Measures Elusive Hazards
145 Rice researchers seek better vaccine procedure
146 A molecular search for happier skin
147 Bees Throw Out Mites
148 Biologists discover 'death stench' is a universal ancient warning signal
149 Study Reveals Unexpected Ancient Cellular Structure
150 A boy for every girl? Not even close
151 Pandemic flu can infect cells deep in the lungs, says new research
152 New thread in fabric of insect silks
153 Artificial intelligence helps diagnose cardiac infections
154 Hormone promises to keep joint injuries from causing long-term osteoarthritis
155 Dangerous staph germs found at West Coast beaches
156 Lowering sodium consumption could save US $18 billion annually in health costs
157 Key Brain Receptors Linked To Learning and Memory Decrease with Age
158 Inner workings of molecular thermostat point to pathways to fight diabetes, obesity
159 Protected fear memories
160 In the Middle of Brain Surgery, Patients Wake Up and Begin Talking
161 Food habits are more important than the most important obesity risk gene
162 Flu already widespread, nearly all swine variety
163 Scientists identify 2 genes as potential therapeutic targets for multiple sclerosis
164 Children with fatter midsections at increased risk for cardiovascular disease
165 No change in the link between deprivation and death since 1900s
166 Fall Fashion and Beauty Trends May Be Hazardous to Your Health
167 Prevent Injuries by Preparing Kids to Get Back in the Game
168 Mandatory alcohol testing for truck and bus drivers reduces alcohol involvement in fatal crashes
169 Archaeologists find early depiction of a menorah
170 After years of toil, sustaining change in education still a vexing problem
171 Giant stone-age axes found in African lake basin
172 Archaeologists discover oldest-known fiber materials used by early humans
173 Technology addiction disrupts teenage learning
174 New U.S. Census report shows poverty increasing more in West than elsewhere
175 NOAA Locates U.S. Navy Ship Sunk in World War II Battle
176 Market failure expert says letting Lehman go was good thing
177 Japanese help uncover ancient Peru remains
178 Largest-ever collection of coins from Bar-Kokhba revolt found
179 Science and media disconnect? Maybe not, says a new study
180 'Giraffe of the Mesozoic' Discovered
181 K-12 education should include engineering
182 Study: Parenthood makes moms more liberal, dads more conservative