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1 Chemical risks are found to be kept from public
2 Vitamins offer no benefit, studies say
3 Scientists Build Neonatal Incubator From Car Parts
4 Staying the course in a sea of change
5 Unesco inspection finds no evidence of recent looting in Northern Iraq
6 Neanderthals could have died out because their bodies overheated
7 Two tombs from Egypt's 5th Dynasty discovered at Saqqara
8 Ancient Roman Lamp Shows Gynecological Exam
9 Ancient African Exodus Mostly Involved Men, Geneticists Find
10 Pharaoh's head returned to Egypt
11 Taking trophy heads close to home
12 There's a good dog it's just a matter of breeding
13 World's first near-total face transplant hailed a success
14 Split second could spell death of GMT
15 Plate-sized spider among 1068 new species found in Mekong
16 Lunar clues to the origin of life
17 Earthquakes trigger volcanic eruptions, say experts
18 A dog that watches another dog receive more attention will display jealous behaviour, according to research.
19 In France, science be the love of food
20 Eat more camel to save the environment, experts urge
21 Buy your very own super PC for $9100
22 Professor sheds light for climate change sceptics
23 Scientists find magnetic theory for natural navigation
24 Make your own Alka Seltzer for a fraction of the cost
25 RoboClam may become the first 'smart' anchor
26 Obama chooses Harvard physicist
27 Plan to clean up power plants could create pollution
28 Magma chamber discovered in Hawaii
29 'Dark energy' stunts galaxy growth, astrophysicists find
30 Power line from Canada is proposed
31 Fatal reflections
32 Power meters help homeowners track and cut their energy use
33 YouTube cyber-orchestra puts a new spin on traditional auditions
34 Ethan Zuckerman on how to engineer serendipity online
35 With black holes, astronomers learn to go with the flow
36 Live, from your dining room, it's your own TV channel
37 The GPS as dashboard snitch
38 The future of search: Do you ask Google or the gaggle?
39 A Way to Spot Cancer Early
40 Plugging a Password Leak
41 Purified Urine in Space
42 The Year in Biomedicine
43 RFID's Security Problem
44 Lifeline for Renewable Power
45 Malaysia Aims to Double Its Wild Tiger Population
46 Heavy Security for Pandas' Departure From China
47 The Biggest Scientific Breakthroughs of 2008
48 Scientists Recreate Nerve Disease to Study It
49 Sex No Longer a Taboo Subject at Nursing Homes
50 Cambodian Survives H5N1 Bird Flu Virus: Official
51 Nuts Over Nuts: Column on Allergy Sparks Debate
52 The Perils of Sneezing
53 Bees get plants' pests in a flap
54 Gene disease 'recreated in lab'
55 Tiny clues to collision in space
56 Pope praises Galileo's astronomy
57 Hopes dashed for Tasmanian Devils
58 The life and legacy of Chico Mendes
59 Plea for help spotting bat killer
60 'Illegal threat' to hen harriers
61 Scientists sniff out prion secret
62 New guidelines boost web access
63 Windows XP allowed to live again
64 Repairs begin on undersea cable
65 Blind man navigates maze
66 IVF weight limit 'not justified'
67 Can You "Superinsulate" It?
68 Woman Accused Under New Cyberbullying Law
69 The Internet's 100 Oldest Dot-Com Domains
70 I'm Linux Video Contest Will Probably Be a Forking Mess
71 Thank You, Porn! 12 Ways the Sex Trade Has Changed the Web
72 Best, Worst Cities For Men, Women
73 All But Decapitated, Boy, 9, Recovers
74 Microsoft Extends Windows XP Cutoff Date
75 Windows XP Given Another Reprieve
76 Microsoft explains how it missed critical IE bug
77 App Developer Strikes E-Book Deals With Major Publishers
78 Banned in Cupertino
79 Boost AppStore Sales, iPhone Apps Need To Crack Top Fifty
80 Don't like speed cameras? Use them to punk your enemies
81 Maryland youths faking out traffic cameras
82 Students Use Speed Cameras to Frame Innocent Drivers, Prank Teachers
83 How one ISP deals with copyright enforcement
84 More curious details on RIAA's "graduated response"
85 Apple Says 2009 Macworld Expo Is Its Last
86 Apple Could Learn A Lot From EMC
87 Obama Planning to Scrap Shuttle Replacement, Says NASA
88 Lost in Space: NASA at 50
89 Opera releases version 9.63, security and stability fixes
90 Mozilla CEO: Ties with Google 'complicated' since Chrome
91 Mozilla's Relationship with Google Gets "Complicated"
92 Apple May Be Prepping iPhone Nano
93 Will 2009 (Finally) Be Blu-ray's Year?
94 Blu-ray Increases Market Share vs DVD
95 References to new iMacs, minis with NVIDIA graphics found
96 Is the Mac mini about to get even smaller?
97 U.S. Recession Will Hurt Health Care
98 Boy, 9, Recovers After Decapitation Separates Skull From Neck
99 Mechanism That Triggers Differentiation Of Embryo Cells Discovered
100 UW scientists report progress in stem cell research
101 New insight into effectiveness of colonoscopy
102 Colonoscopy is imperfect but still recommended
103 Flu Strain Spreading Through US Is Resistant to Popular Treatment
104 U.S. Flu Resistant to Flu Drug Tamiflu
105 Good Samaritans lose in Calif. court
106 Publisher to probe Wyeth ghostwriting
107 Elsevier Looks Into Charge of Ghostwriting by Wyeth
108 JAMA Anti-Vitamins Studies Flawed
109 Studies undercut vitamin claims
110 Studies dent tall claims of vitamin efficacy