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1 How jellyfish avoid bumping into things
2 The winners and losers of climate change
3 Criss-crossing time zones hard on body
4 Heart valve grown from stem cells
5 Magnolias face 'perilous future'
6 EU biofuel push 'to ruin forests'
7 Blood groups 'can be converted'
8 Fighter-controlled jet is tested
9 Game industry seeks deep stories
10 Quick fix for Windows cursor flaw
11 Everest mobile call effort begins
12 EMI takes locks off music tracks
13 Dirt exposure 'boosts happiness'
14 Winning 'triggers fan aggression'
15 Diabetes drug 'protects arteries'
16 'I had an 85-year-old's hearing at 29'
17 China develops rover for mission to moon
18 ASK DR. KNOWLEDGE: Do any animals other than humans demonstrate left- or right-handedness?
19 High Court Rebukes Bush On Auto Emissions
20 Text Messaging Takes Off
21 A Not So Perfect Match
22 The Age Of Warming
23 Lab Gets New Attention In Pet Food Case
24 Scientists Weigh Downside Of Palm Oil
25 Seafood Poisoning Rises With Warming
26 New Strain Of Norovirus Hits Hard
27 Organic Foods: Worth The Extra Cost?
28 Beginning of the End for iTunes Copy Protection
29 Will Your MP3 Player Support Apple/EMI's AAC Files?
30 A Death Blow to DRM
31 Jobs talks new iTunes functions, DRM and video, iPod storage
32 EMI Says Goodbye to DRM
33 DRM--The Technology No One Wants!
34 Apple's iTunes To Sell EMI Music Catalog Without DRM; Beatles Not Included
35 Is Your Windows Cursor Running Amok Lately?
36 Google's in the Toilet
37 Web pranksters have April 1 field day
38 Google flush with laughs after porcelain prank
39 April Fool's with Google
40 Bomb detection innovator wins $500,000
41 Bomb detection innovator wins $500,000
42 Creator of Bomb-Detector Wins Prize
43 MIT chemist to receive prize
44 Google updates maps after Katrina 'airbrushing' incident
45 Google Maps Change Fuels Katrina Conspiracy Theory
46 Shanghai scientists in China hope lunar rover will go to Moon
47 Reports: Shanghai scientists developing atomic moon rover
48 Shanghai vies to win battle of moon rovers
49 IBM Develops A-browser for Blind
50 IBM Researcher Aims to Improve Web Access for Visually Impaired
51 Online readers more assiduous than print
52 Net readers beat print readers
53 Advances: Eye-catching discovery
54 Online readers have longer attention spans: study
55 Greater attention span for those reading news online
56 Xbox 360 Elite not totally elite
57 Xbox Elite is Really Just OK
58 Microsoft offers new Vista enterprise licenses
59 Review: Apple TV best for iTunes addicts
60 Set Theory Mathematician Paul Cohen Dies
61 Distinguished math professor dies
62 ESA plans for human mission to Mars
63 ESA, NASA Sign Cross-support Agreement
64 Kids unharmed by violent videos
65 Study: Kids Unaffected by Violent Games
66 Most kids 'unaffected' by violent games
67 Universal blood in pioneer research
68 Enzyme Discovery Could Greatly Expand Blood Supply
69 Breakthrough could end blood shortages
70 Any type blood group converted blood into type O
71 Universal blood is created from other types
72 Universal Red Blood Cells Could Relieve Blood Bank Shortages
73 Study Identifies Multiple Genetic Risk Factors For Prostate Cancer
74 'Junk DNA' Offers Up Prostate Cancer Clues
75 Researchers find genetic links to prostate cancer
76 Prostate cancer risk tied to DNA changes
77 Researchers Pinpoint Genetic Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer
78 Studies: DNA has definite role in prostate cancer
79 Merck's Janumet, Pill for Diabetes, Approved by U.S. (Update2)
80 Study: Feeling down? Get dirty
81 Soil Bacteria Work In Similar Way To Antidepressants
82 Getting Dirty May Lift Your Mood
83 Exposure to a soil bacterium can boost happiness
84 Dirt could ease depression
85 Heart valves from stem cells possible in 3 years: report
86 Stem cells take growth of heart tissue a step closer
87 Heart Part Grown In Lab
88 The Story You Can't And Can Put Down
89 The balance between life and disease
90 Disease's destructive path often perplexing, fickle
91 Novavax vaccine shows early potential
92 Novavax shares jump on promising bird flu vaccine data
93 Tests can detect damage to placenta
94 Tests can detect damage that may lead to stillbirth, pre-term baby: study
95 Superbug death was 'diabolical'
96 Super-bug kills 17 at single hospital
97 Deaths At Hospital Blamed On Super-germ
98 Ease aching body with right medicine
99 Pfizer to resume airing ads for Celebrex
100 York mathematician probes geometric route to combat viruses
101 New homes rise from rubbish
102 'Self-healing' house in Greece will dare to defy nature
103 Scientists track remarkable "breathing" in nanoporous materials
104 Delft researchers predict 'nanobattery' performance
105 Disabled hit huge roadblocks in routine health care
106 Get a Whiff of This: Smell Test Could Sniff Out Serious Health Problems
107 A changing climate for protected areas
108 Biofeedback treats one type of chronic constipation
109 A simple new way to predict advanced fibrosis in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
110 Study Shows Zinc Doesn't Help Head and Neck Cancer Patients
111 Asbestos disease projections too low
112 NIDA study identifies genes that might help some people abstain from smoking
113 1-visit screening, prevention for cervical cancer holds promise
114 New placenta screening for high-risk pregnancies
115 Asthma incidence shows a 50 percent increase in fat people
116 Vaccine can help reduce frequent ear infections in children, research shows
117 UC Engineering Research Widens Possibilities for Electronic Devices
118 Examination of radiation left from birth of universe could alter theories
119 Long-lasting paper documents
120 Counting Heads or Measuring Space?--A Close Look at Bacterial Communication Strategies
121 Right angles are all wrong for tree frog adhesion
122 Genes found for successful smoking cessation
123 Trends in bird observations reveal species' changing fortunes
124 Are all male's liars and cheaters? Yes--if they're crayfish!
125 Getting dirty may lift your mood
126 It's never too late to get it back! Aging interrupted
127 Fat overrides effects of vitamin C
128 Why some are unattractive
129 Teasing tied to testosterone
130 Radio zaps lung tumours
131 Exercise cuts work injuries
132 GM foods: boon or boondoggle?
133 Metals with Memory Could Fix Dents
134 Houses of the Future Could Be Made from Trash
135 Study Reveals Widespread Office Bully Problem
136 Tsunami Devastates Western Solomons
137 One Biofuel Fails, Researcher Says
138 Jellyfish Have Human-Like Eyes
139 Older Men's Sleep Affects Testosterone Levels
140 Odd Global Warming Threat: Toxic Seafood
141 U.S. Hospital Errors Continue to Rise
142 Blood made suitable for all
143 Link suggested between soccer and motor neurone disease
144 Race for a green car
145 US Supreme Court forces EPA emissions rethink
146 Aircraft swarm around single airborne controller
147 Large Hadron Collider suffers serious setback
148 How to make a brain transparent
149 Invention: Bionic feet
150 Human heart tissue grown from stem cells
151 'Medicine cabinet' found in wasps' antennae
152 'Ten-metre-high' tsunami strikes Solomon Islands
153 Surgical drill feels its way through tissue
154 'Mechanic' satellite looks under its own hood
155 Enzymes convert all donor blood to group O
156 Urgent Need for Improved Methods for Monitoring River, Stream Ecology Identified
157 Norway's Whaling Season Begins
158 Engineers create 'optical cloaking' design for invisibility
159 Researchers find possible caves on Mars
160 Nanobubbles exist, and are more stable than previously thought
161 Examination of radiation left from birth of universe could alter theories
162 'Self-healing' house in Greece will dare to defy nature
163 Researchers predict 'nanobattery' performance
164 China Develops Rover for Mission to Moon
165 Are all male's liars and cheaters? Yes--if they're crayfish!
166 EMI, Apple to Sell DRM-Free Songs Online (Update)
167 British researchers grow heart tissue from stem cells (Update)
168 It's never too late to get it back! Aging interrupted
169 Right angles are all wrong for tree frog adhesion
170 Scientists track remarkable 'breathing' in nanoporous materials
171 Research on microfluidics widens the possibilities for electronic devices
172 Antarctic ice yields student research discovery
173 ESA prepares for a human mission to Mars
174 A changing climate for protected areas
175 Los Angeles suffers longest dry spell in 130 years
176 ESA and NASA extend ties with major new cross-support agreement
177 Apple Invades the Living Room
178 New homes rise from rubbish
179 Startup Extends Ads to Video Downloads
180 Today's online dating scene all about money and looks
181 Companies Combine URL Filter, Proxy Blocking for CIPA Compliance
182 News Aggregation Site Employs Human Eyes
183 April Fool jokester Google offer wireless access via the loo
184 Counting heads or measuring space?
185 Bird holds distance record
186 Second ancient whale found in Italy
187 Creator of Bomb-Detector Wins Prize
188 York mathematician probes geometric route to combat viruses
189 Lab Gets New Attention in Pet Food Case
190 National Zoo Hopes for Elephant Baby
191 Set theory mathematician Paul Cohen dies
192 Cannabis could hold the key to ending multiple sclerosis misery
193 Researchers Try to Predict Epilepsy
194 Prepare for bird flu pandemic, says WHO chief
195 Child and adolescent psychiatrists could improve their screening for dating violence
196 Pediatricians Urge HIV Treatment Changes
197 Getting dirty may lift your mood
198 Study shows zinc doesn't help head and neck cancer patients
199 Meth Use Receding in Some Regions
200 British TV ban takes aim at junk food ads
201 Eat To Live: You know fats, now meet oils
202 Combined cervical cancer screening studied
203 Study: Feeling down? Get dirty
204 New insight gained in muscular dystrophy
205 Breakthrough could end blood shortages
206 Scientists study social memory formation
207 Life And Death Of A Photon 'Filmed' For The First Time
208 Genes Identified That Might Help Some People Abstain From Smoking
209 New Therapeutic Insight Into Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
210 Image Search To Analyze Images (Not Surrounding Text)
211 Genomics Throws Species Definition In Question For Microbes
212 Traces Of Nanobubbles Determine Nanoboiling
213 New Science Of Metagenomics 'Will Transform Modern Microbiology'
214 Aggression, Rather Than Celebration, Drives Alcohol Consumption In Rugby Spectators