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1 Google's Birthday! But Which Day?
2 73-Year-Old Internet Hit Whips Twitter Into Shape
3 Montana Officer Resigns Over Facebook
4 Anger Uncorked at Bottle Maker Sigg Over BPA
5 The British Science Festival
6 Harrabin's Notes: Spending $250bn
7 Astronauts Take Mission's Final Spacewalk
8 Hands-on with The Beatles: Rock Band
9 Polishing Your Online Dating Profile
10 Does Your Reality Need Augmenting?
11 Photos From Mars Orbiter Appear Abstract
12 Jaycee Family's "Uncontainable Happiness"
13 For Van Jones, A Week Already Feels Like A Year
14 A hi-tech guide to saving money
15 Contraception myths 'widespread'
16 Not funny peculiar
17 Spacewalkers outfit station for final node
18 Shark scare closes Lower Cape beaches
19 Officials tag great white as sightings grow
20 Sharks spotted off Chatham coast; but officials say threat is small
21 What is Google's "unexplained phenomenon"?
22 Google 'ufo' logo is reality, not mystery
23 Unexplained Phenomenon: Google's New Doodle Creates a Ruckus
24 The Arctic's geological record indicates warming is human-caused
25 Studies of the Arctic Suggest a Dire Situation
26 Amazon apologizes for deleting Kindle e-books
27 Amazon makes up for '1984' snafu but the chapter isn't over
28 Microsoft Word Ban: Maybe it Wouldn't be so Bad
29 Microsoft gets Reprieve in MS Word Case
30 Inside Mac OS X Snow Leopard: Exchange Support
31 More than you probably want to know about Snow Leopard
32 Festival of updates #3: Snow Leopard and "huge pages"!
33 Week in Apple: Snow Leopard review, Sept. 9 event confirmed, rumors galore!
34 How Apple Created, then Destroyed the Multimedia Market
35 The beautifully detailed art of Mac OS X app icons
36 Glitch Sends NASA's Mars Orbiter Into Safe Mode
37 Preventive Care Continues; Science on Hold
38 Where's Waldo? The Answer Could Net You $500
39 Mote offers reward for missing robot, Waldo
40 Rex Rammell Brings Wolf Pelt to Parade
41 Animal advocates howl over wolf killing
42 New England Prep School Builds Library Without Books
43 Books Being Replaced by E-Readers at US Prep School
44 Kindle Academy? Prep school ditches library for e-readers
45 Is Windows Mobile 7 in beta already?
46 Windows Mobile 7 feature details mined
47 Ares may look dead but keeps kicking
48 Private Enterprise's Ticket to Fly Into Space
49 U.S. races to get millions of swine flu doses ready
50 Yoga Classes Help Lower Back Pain
51 Yoga Benefits Back-Pain Patients
52 Yoga Effective in Treating Chronic Low Back PainLess disability, pain and depression when patients do yoga regularly
53 Study: New treatment may combat drug-resistant flu
54 Swine Flu Patient Recovers After Last-Ditch Zanamivir Shots
55 Giving Swine Flu Drug by IV Could Save Lives
56 Nations commit to share climate information
57 Ethics scrutiny needed for Chinese-European projects
58 Cells go fractal
59 India says no to HIV drug patents
60 Universal translator for web browsers
61 California encourages buildings that are sure to burn
62 World's climate could cool first, warm later
63 Extreme steel 'Velcro' takes a 35-tonne load
64 Hot on the trails of the mysterious monopole
65 Code-breaking quantum algorithm run on a silicon chip
66 Exercise Minimizes Weight Regain by Burning Fat Before Carbs
67 Boron-based Compounds Trick a Biomedical Protein
68 Greenlighting A Greener World
69 Improved Soil Water Sensors Aid in Irrigation Management
70 Avastin Dramatically Improves Response, Survival in Deadly Recurrent Glioblastomas
71 Researchers Explain How Leptin Regulates Energy Metabolism and Bone Mass
72 Researchers Find Gene That Protects High-fat-diet Mice from Obesity
73 Arctic Warming Overtakes 2,000 Years of Natural Cooling
74 Large-scale Study Probes How Cells Fight Pathogens
75 Two New Antibodies Found to Cripple HIV
76 Ego City: Cities Organized Like Human Brains
77 Monolaurin May Be a Weapon Against Food Bacteria
78 Salt-Reduced Food Can Get Taste Boost from Dried Fish Used in Japan
79 Essential Oils from Common Spices are Possible Allies in Food Safety
80 Arctic Lakes Help Scientists Understand Climate Change
81 Newly discovered road map of leptin explains its regulation of bone and appetite
82 Spare gene is fodder for fishes' evolution
83 Transplanted human stem cells prolong survival in mouse model of rare brain disease
84 Molecular decay of enamel-specific gene in toothless mammals supports theory of evolution
85 2 new antibodies found to cripple HIV
86 Gene called flower missing link in vesicle uptake in neurons
87 Sex disorders linked to Y chromosome's instability
88 Syracuse University research team discovers switch that causes the body to produce cancerous cells
89 Researchers identify critical gene for brain development, mental retardation
90 Safe seed: Researchers yielding good results on food cotton in field
91 Pesticides--easier detection of pollution and impact in rivers
92 The war against wildlife comes to an end in Southern Europe
93 Perennial vegetation, an indicator of desertification in Spain
94 Bringing harmony to electronic waste disposal
95 The first DNA barcodes of commonly traded bushmeat are published
96 Einstein Scientists Move Closer to a Safer Anthrax Vaccine
97 Anticancer compound found in American mayapple
98 Watermelon's hidden killer
99 For peat's sake: Alternative growing media
100 Monkey brains signal the desire to explore
101 Researchers identify key contributor to pre-eclampsia
102 Organic apple orchard floor maintenance techniques
103 Discovery leads to rapid mouse 'personalized trials' in breast cancer
104 Chimpanzees develop specialized tool kits to catch army ants
105 Fear of insurance rejection deters potentially life saving genetic tests for bowel cancer
106 Magnetic monopoles detected in a real magnet for the first time
107 Hot and cold moves of cyanide and water
108 Atoms don't dance the 'bose nova'
109 Optical atomic clock becomes portable
110 XMM-Newton uncovers a celestial Rosetta stone
111 Metaklett, a steely hook and loop fastener
112 Scientists begin to untangle root cause of Alzheimer's disease
113 Ego City: Cities Organized Like Human Brains
114 Molecular 'GPS' helps researchers probe processes important in aging and disease
115 Scientists return from first ever riser drilling operations in seismogenic zone
116 Lasers Generate Underwater Sound
117 Queen's physicist unlocking the mysteries of neighbouring galaxies
118 Lipid involved with gene regulation uncovered
119 MicroRNAs circulating in blood show promise as biomarkers to detect pancreatic cancer
120 Insomnia is bad for the heart
121 Getting College Students to Wash Hands, Halt Disease, Requires Giving Them Proper Tools and Spreading the Word in Ways That Get Attention, Say K-state Expert and Colleague
122 U of T researchers identify [neuron] protein
123 Cardiac biomarker levels strongly predict outcome of bypass surgery
124 Smoke no longer found in European hospitals
125 Piece from childhood virus may save soldiers' lives
126 Researchers design new graphene-based, nano-material with magnetic properties
127 How to improve vaccines to trigger T cell as well as antibody response
128 Greening university classrooms
129 Organic or local?
130 Open-source camera could revolutionize digital photography
131 Argonne researchers develop method that aims to stabilize antibodies
132 Ultra-flat loudspeakers with powerful sound reproduction
133 No frontiers: ushering in a new era of conferencing technology
134 Find Local Rideshares Quickly via Mobile Phone
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