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1 The Simpsons can boost your mental health
2 Of nomads and nanotech
3 Volcano blasts once super-heated Earth
4 Hawking takes zero-gravity flight
5 Hawking's small step toward space
6 Best popular science books named
7 Science holds key to greener future
8 Global net use makes rapid rise
9 Vista sales boost for Microsoft
10 PlayStation's creator to retire
11 Kutaragi to Step Down From Sony
12 How to keep your wi-fi network safe
13 Health gap 'widest in retirement'
14 Pills to avoid diabetes 'unjust'
15 Pain drugs dementia hope dashed
16 Thailand takes on drugs giants
17 Algae killing birds, sealife in Calif.
18 Physicist Hawking Digs Weightlessness
19 Flickr On The Fly
20 California To Sue EPA Over Air Standards
21 Algae Killing Birds, Sealife In Calif.
22 Timeline For Particle Collider In Doubt
23 FDA Rejects Vioxx Successor
24 MS Increasingly A Woman's Disease
25 10 Genes Linked To Type 2 Diabetes
26 New Blood Test For Prostate Cancer
27 MS Increasingly a Woman's Disease
28 Earthquake sparks panic in Indonesia's Aceh
29 SpaceX gets Cape Canaveral launch pad
30 Diabetes Gene Findings Don't Change Conventional Wisdom: Eat Well and Exercise
31 Studies Uncover Genes Boosting Type 2 Diabetes Risk
32 Architect of Sony's PlayStation to Retire Amid Faltering Sales
33 We come not to bury Kutaragi, but to praise him
34 Hawking achieves no-gravity dream
35 Stephen Hawking soars weightlessly
36 Weightless Hawking like kid in candy store
37 'Space, here I come'
38 Famous scientist takes zero gravity flight to encourage interest in space
39 Stephen Hawking's zero-gravity flight
40 Famed astrophysicist, imprisoned in his body by ALS, flies weightless
41 'One Laptop Per Child' price jumps from $100 to $175
42 Now it's one laptop per 1.75 children
43 '$100 laptop' to cost $175
44 It's cute, green--and may change world
45 OLPC reveals price increase, reconsiders selling to US schools
46 Price markup: OLPC bumps $100 laptop to $175
47 E-mail harvesters hit with $1B antispam lawsuit
48 $1bn lawsuit takes novel approach in fighting spam
49 Major Anti-Spam Lawsuit Filed in Virginia
50 Lawsuit targets 'spam harvesters'
51 $1 Billion Anti-SPAM Lawsuit Filed
52 Project Honey Pot springs $1 billion lawsuit on spammers
53 Huge anti-spam suit targets email harvesters
54 Acer recalls unsafe notebook batteries
55 IBM Using Cell Broadband Engine in Mainframe Computers
56 PS3 Chip to Give Mainframes Second Life
57 IBM To Push Mainframes For Powering Virtual Worlds
58 Sunita to return in June after record stay
59 Adobe's Flex To Take The Open Source Road
60 Adobe's big open source move
61 Hackers hijack Google AdWords
62 Jobs dismisses iTune subscription model
63 Don't believe Apple's Jobs--iTunes subscription service is coming
64 Volcanic activity triggered deadly prehistoric warming
65 Security experts not surprised the Mac was hacked
66 Mac hack puts Apple faithful on the defense
67 More Type 2 Diabetes Genes Discovered
68 Three Groups Find Genetic Links to Diabetes
69 Scientists Identify 7 New Diabetes Genes
70 A Promising New Screen for Prostate Cancer
71 Prostate test could be more accurate
72 Test more accurate in detecting prostate cancer
73 New Blood Test for Prostate Cancer
74 New prostate cancer test of 94% accuracy coming
75 New Cases of 'Popcorn Lung' Identified
76 Novartis says Japanese study shows benefits of Diovan
77 Novartis says Japan study shows Diovan benefits
78 California backs lowering formaldehyde in wood
79 California approves limits on formaldehyde, used in wood products
80 Report: Marijuana's Potency Climbs
81 U.S. marijuana even stronger than before: report
82 Today's pot much stronger than your parents' weed
83 It's Not Your Father's Pot
84 Vaughan home used [as] a marijuana grow torn down
85 Marijuana Stronger Than Ever!
86 Turning the Heat Down Called Anti-Inflammatory Cooking
87 Study warns barbecue lovers about toxin
88 New processing toxins linked with aging diseases
89 Barbecuing Food Releases Dangerous Toxins
90 Study warns BBQ lovers about toxin
91 Food Prep May Be as Important as Ingredients Themselves
92 How food is prepared plays big health role
93 Neuronal imbalance linked with addiction
94 Pneumococcal Disease Rebounding in Alaskan Native Children
95 HPV vaccinations for all: It's common sense
96 NOAA Announces Next Solar Storm Cycle Will Likely Start Next March
97 Nanostructures can pose big measurement problems
98 NIST measuring device aims to up hip operation success
99 New nanocomposites may mean more durable tooth fillings
100 Placing single nanowires: NIST makes the connection
101 Arming the fight against resistant bacteria
102 Gold nanoparticles help detect a toxic metal--mercury
103 Terahertz imaging goes the distance
104 UCLA study shows Tai Chi may help alleviate tension headaches
105 Help comes in the mail for drinkers
106 Anti-dandruff compound may help fight epilepsy
107 Anti-fungal drug stops blood vessel growth
108 Plants do not emit methane
109 Leading toxicologist warns against new drug of abuse
110 Costs of treating arthritis on the rise nationwide, study finds
111 New test helps identify hepatitis C patients at high risk of developing cirrhosis
112 Newly discovered plant enzymes could lead to more efficient--and less costly--ethanol production from cellulose
113 Fish growth enhanced by climate change
114 Vaccine to cope with viral diversity in HIV
115 Cancer scientists create 'human' leukemia process to map how disease begins, progresses
116 Consumers should eat more grains
117 Dairy linked to Parkinson's
118 Sex Fattens Female Ticks to 100 Times Normal Size
119 Secret to Bad-Tasting Diet Sodas Found
120 Genetic Discrimination to be Banned
121 Volcanoes Triggered Ancient Warming Event
122 Bionic Eyes Plug Directly into the Brain
123 China Ending Tax Breaks for Polluters
124 Hot Flashes Can Strike Men, Too
125 Robot built to spy on whales
126 Quantum cryptography is hacked
127 Arming the Fight Against Resistant Bacteria
128 Female Ticks Have Market on Gluttony
129 Researchers Find Plant Protein That May Aid Biofuel Production
130 Tracking Genes for Self-pollination in Arabidopsis
131 Sandia Decon Formulation, Best Known as an Anthrax Killer, Takes on Household Mold
132 Ocean's 'Twilight Zone' Plays Important Role in Climate Change
133 Terhertz Imaging Goes the Distance
134 Researchers 'Look Into' Plant Cells to Increase Ethanol Yields
135 Genome-wide Search Unearths Surprising Clues for Diabetes and Triglycerides
136 Ocean's 'Twilight Zone' May Be a Key to Understanding Climate Change
137 Scientists Hand-Make Devices Smaller than 10 Nanometers
138 Researchers find plant protein that may aid biofuel production
139 Canadian mice first to be grafted with human leukemia
140 Pricing Software Could Reshape Retail
141 Nano Structures Can Pose Big Measurement Problems
142 Plants do not emit methane
143 FCC Sets Digital TV Rules
144 Arming the fight against resistant bacteria
145 Placing single nanowires: NIST makes the connection
146 Google Slyly Pushing Google Apps Into Businesses
147 Microsoft Refuses to Reveal Current Vista Sales
148 Gold nanoparticles help detect a toxic metal--mercury
149 Anti-dandruff compound may help fight epilepsy
150 Florida Might Be Tech's Next Big Hub
151 Schools Banning iPods to Beat Cheaters
152 Gyrochronology--a Powerful New Method to Determine Stellar Ages
153 Sponging up the evolutionary past
154 Nintendo Plans to Boost Wii Production
155 '$100 Laptop' to Cost $175
156 Timeline for Particle Collider in Doubt (Update)
157 Real-life spider-men? Italian researcher says it's possible
158 Researchers 'look into' plant cells to increase ethanol yields
159 New mosquito-borne illness may be headed to United States, experts say
160 Volcanic eruptions, ancient global warming linked
161 New technique weighs single living cells
162 Minuscule molecules pack a powerful punch
163 Study identifies new genetic risk factors for type 2 diabetes
164 New nanocomposites may mean more durable tooth fillings
165 Optoelectronic tweezers push nanowires around
166 Plasmonics book gives overview of technology that could revolutionise computing
167 Next solar storm cycle will likely start next March
168 Satellites shed light on global warming
169 Hawking Flies Weightless Aboard Jet
170 Geologists to discuss historic ice core
171 Wal-Mart Shoots Down Cheap HD DVD Rumor
172 IBM Mainframes Go 3-D
173 17-member consortium to build fibre optic link to the United States
174 Adobe CS3: What You Get
175 Net Neutrality Advocates Ready for New Congress
176 Jobs Says Apple Customers Not into Renting Music
177 BDS Offers Unlimited Online Backup for Macs
178 Butterflies on the prowl show some color
179 Fish growth changes enhanced by climate change
180 Female ticks have market on gluttony
181 Tracking Genes for Self-pollination in Arabidopsis
182 Algae Killing Birds, Sealife in Calif.
183 Cloned wolves genuine, paperwork substandard
184 Revolutionizing prosthetics 2009 team delivers first DARPA limb prototype
185 Help comes in the mail for drinkers
186 Protein found that slows hepatitis C growth in liver cells
187 Report: Tainted Hogs Enter Food Supply
188 Vaccine to cope with viral diversity in HIV
189 Antifungal drug stops blood vessel growth
190 Peer pressure stronger than parents
191 Four new diabetes genes found
192 Study says some twins are half-identical
193 Peer pressure stronger than parents
194 Test improves prostate cancer diagnosis
195 Research on negative supplement effects
196 New Hope For Fighting Antibiotic Resistance
197 Don't Blame Climate Change On Plants, Methane Emission Study Says
198 Advances In Genetics Should Make Learning Easier, According To Professor
199 Ancient Global Warming Linked To Volcanic Eruptions That Formed North Atlantic Ocean
200 Erectile Function, Sexual Drive, And Ejaculatory Function Analyzed After Reconstructive Surgery
201 Dogs Copy Other Dogs' Actions Selectively, The Way Humans Do
202 Researchers Develop Prostate Cancer Sensor
203 Serious Bee Mite Found On Honey Bees In Hawaii
204 Herbal Medicine Used For Chinese Stroke Patients Lacks Strong Evidence
205 Copper Surfaces May Inhibit Influenza A Transmission
206 Minuscule Molecules Pack A Powerful Punch
207 Antioxidants May Aid Chemotherapy Patients
208 Teens Can Perform CPR As Well As Adults And Should Be Taught From An Early Age
209 N/A
210 Ultrasound Upgrade Produces Images That Work Like 3-D Movies
211 Predicting Gas Hydrates Location And Quantities Just Got Easier
212 Everyday Life In Pompeii Revealed
213 Non-native Kindergarteners Learn Vocabulary Faster Than Native English-speakers WIth The Right Lessons
214 Turtles Are Loyal In Feeding As Well As In Breeding
215 Blood Cancer Stopped In Mice By Shortening The Ends Of Chromosomes
216 U of M researchers find ceiling height can affect how a person thinks, feels and acts
217 The strangely familiar world of Oxyrhynchus
218 Unearthing history
219 Skyscrapers of nature: 'Wild Trees'
220 Prehistoric playground found below the waves
221 A bummer for boomers: Failing health
222 A Swift Understanding of Flight
223 A New Dimension for Your Photos
224 Gambling and Parkinson's Disease
225 Simpler Programming for Multicore Computers
226 The Trouble with Multi-Core Computers
227 Why I Quit MySpace
228 Accelerating evolution
229 Laptops Are Real iPhone Competition?
230 THREAT LEVEL Prediction Comes True: Student Arrested for Creative Writing Essay--Updated
231 Review: GoBike DLX 8 Folding Bicycle
232 Saddam's Biometric Spy Files Re-Used by New Iraqi Democracy
233 Plasma Shields for Soldier Defense
234 Reach Out And Liquor Up Someone
235 Apple Scrambling for iPhone Flash Chips
236 Algae killing birds, sealife in Calif.
237 April sets European heat records
238 South Korean team cleared in cloned wolf probe
239 Many U.S. Immigrants Can't Read Prescription Labels
240 Depression May Be Early Sign of Parkinson's Disease
241 Imaging Technique Could Help Fight Metastatic Cancers
242 Canadian mice first to be grafted with human leukemia
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