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1 Goodbye to ABO blood types
2 Menstrual blood yields stem cells
3 Out of Africa, then romping into China?
4 Solomons risks more mega quakes
5 Failure during Cern magnet test
6 Radiation risk 'like pollution'
7 French set new rail speed record
8 GPS to reveal walrus whereabouts
9 Ten walrus wonders
10 Ancient human unearthed in China
11 Engineers unveil China moon rover
12 'Why I was wrong about Steve Jobs'
13 Is bird flu still a threat?
14 UK hacker loses extradition fight
15 EU price probe into Apple iTunes
16 Broadband kills off consumer ISDN
17 Money transfer service wows Kenya
18 Overweight 'higher asthma risk'
19 Baby 'name test' may spot autism
20 'Absolute shock' at skin cancer
21 Red tide suspected in manatee deaths
22 Prehistoric whale found in inland Italy
23 He's trying to make the world safer
24 MIT researchers offer insights into how brains pay attention
25 MIT chemist to receive prize
26 Researchers convert blood to universal type
27 Toot Sweet: French Train Sets Speed Record
28 Brit Hacker To Face U.S. Justice
29 EMI To Allow Apple To Sell Songs Online
30 Very Active Hurricane Season Predicted
31 It's A Plug-In Hybrid--And A School Bus
32 Prehistoric Whale Found In Inland Italy
33 Prehistoric Whale Skeleton Found
34 Sinai Pumice Linked To Ancient Eruption
35 California Condor Lays Egg In Mexico
36 Team: Texas Study Shows Ancient Primates
37 Ariz. Cactus To Remain On Species List
38 Sleep Disturbances Heighten Pain
39 Can't Quit Smoking? It May Be In Your DNA
40 Cooking For Pets: Good Idea?
41 New Test May Hasten Autism Diagnosis
42 FDA Blocks Wheat Gluten From China
43 Less Sleep May Lower Testosterone
44 Exercise May Fend Off Arthritis In Women
45 Ark. Company Develops Food Safety Test
46 It's a plug-in hybrid--and it's a school bus
47 For cleaner US ports, cut truck fumes first?
48 Step cautiously into an online bank
49 Google goes back to maps showing Katrina damage
50 Giant sunflower, hot wax are climate-change art
51 Europe and Russia to simulate Mars mission with 500-day experiment
52 Students Help Katrina Cleanup Efforts
53 Possible New Mars Caves Targets in Search for Life
54 Tsunami Facts: How They Form, Warning Signs, and Safety Tips
55 A dead star seen snacking on shredded asteroid
56 Reports: Shanghai Scientists Developing Atomic Moon Rover
57 EMI sells music downloads you can copy, for a price
58 Apple, EMI to revamp online music offerings
59 Finally catching on the DRM just doesn't work
60 European Commission investigating cross-border iTunes restrictions (Roundup)
61 Rivals tune in as EMI digital experiment starts
62 EMI Drops DRM In Joint Announcement With Apple
63 Microsoft Patches ANI Security Flaw
64 Ashes of Star Trek's 'Scotty' Headed to Space
65 Star Trek's Scotty heads to space
66 Ashes of Star Trek's 'Scotty' Primed for Space Launch
67 FM radio most desired feature for new iPods, study finds
68 iPod owners want integrated FM Tuners
69 iPod Ownership Shows No Sign of Stopping, According to Jacobs Media Poll
70 Survey: Strong MP3 Player Sales Expected in '07
71 Researchers doubt "Out of Africa" theory
72 Skeleton holds key to origin of man
73 Skeleton casts doubt on Out-of-Africa dispersal theory
74 Interspecies Tryst While out of Africa?
75 An early modern human from China
76 Q&A: iTunes price probe
77 Blog claims preview of Vista Service Pack 1
78 Test Center Tracker: Vista Service Pack snippets slip out
79 PS3 sales down 82 per cent (News)
80 FDA Approves Combination Drug Janumet For Type 2 Diabetes
81 Merck's Janumet, Pill for Diabetes, Approved by U.S. (Update2)
82 FDA Approves JANUMET for Type 2 Diabetes
83 Merck gains on approval for combo diabetes pill
84 Merck up on FDA Janumet OK
85 Merck Wins Approval For Diabetes Combo Therapy
86 Seven sickened by E. coli dined at same Orange County restaurant
87 7 who dined at O.C. eatery get E. coli
88 Britain's dirty cities more dangerous than an A-bomb
89 Tracking alien turbulences with Venus Express
90 New research agreement to boost rice production, avoid food shortages in Indonesia
91 Biodiesel study targets cleaner air, cleaner engines
92 Why the Rich Get Richer
93 Flexible electronics could find applications as sensors, artificial muscles
94 Laser Goes Tubing for Faster Body-Fluid Tests
95 Researchers help find 'master switch' in plant communication
96 Secondhand smoke proves to be no 'joke' on oral health
97 Jefferson scientists find rabies-based vaccine could be effective against HIV
98 Research Explains How Lead Exposure Produces Learning Deficits
99 Rare case of dental patient-to-patient hepatitis B virus transmission recorded
100 Transfusion expert urges wider use of filtered blood
101 Penn study points to new direction for pancreas cell regeneration
102 Rand Study Finds Religiosity Can Be an Important Tool in Preventing the Spread of HIV-Aids
103 Working up potential living liver donors
104 Cure for cancer one step closer
105 Blood sugar's manufacture limited by building blocks' supply
106 Newly discovered 'platform' for processing dietary fat
107 UCLA identifies new molecule involved in the body's processing of dietary fat
108 Drug reduces daily 'off' time for Parkinson patients
109 High-dose inhaled corticosteroid use for COPD could cut risk of lung cancer
110 Is there such a thing as too much sugar?
111 Heart Failure: Intervention Possibilities From Imaging Programmed Cell Loss
112 Sandia researchers take new approach to studying how cells respond to pathogens
113 Elephant highways of death
114 Blood types can be changed
115 Cloneburger hangs in balance
116 Dirt may boost your mood
117 Heart tissue grown in lab
118 Tests spots placental damage
119 Friends key to drunk driving
120 More good found in curry
121 Anaesthetics harming kids?
122 Referees Add to Home Field Advantage
123 NASA: Arctic Meltdown Threatens Ice Cap's Stability
124 Oh, Chicken Feathers! How to Reduce Plastic Waste
125 Elephants Slaughtered along 'Highways of Death'
126 Lack of Sleep Causes Old Men's Testosterone to Drop
127 Binge Eaters: Pythons Down Bones and All
128 Bizarre Human Brain Parasite Precisely Alters Fear
129 Elephant Slaughter Discovered Along African "Highways of Death"
130 China's Earliest Modern Human Found
131 Controversial Seal Hunt Delayed 2nd Year Due to Ice Breakup
132 Parasite "Brainwashes" Rats Into Craving Cat Urine, Study Finds
133 Deadly Tsunami Sweeps Solomon Islands
134 Great Pyramid Built Inside Out, French Architect Says
135 Ancient Egypt Cities Leveled by Massive Volcano, Ash Find Suggests
136 Jumbo Squid Invading Eastern Pacific
137 Magnet failure could delay hunt for Higgs
138 Earthbound experiment to recreate stress of Mars mission
139 Penguins on treadmills help reveal over-fishing
140 Treat depression during pregnancy, researchers urge
141 Key stem cell patents revoked
142 Gene profile rapidly reveals radiation exposure
143 Visual-cortex simulator sees animals as humans do
144 Superconductors inspire quantum test for dark energy
145 Parasite hijacks brains with surgical precision
146 Researchers Take New Approach to Studying How Cells Respond to Pathogens
147 Scientists Identify New Molecule Involved in the Body's Processing of Dietary Fat
148 Research Explains How Lead Exposure Produces Learning Deficits
149 Hubble's View of Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1672
150 Sheep Gene Research May Help Human Disorder
151 Elephant Highways of Death
152 First Impressions: Computer Model Behaves Like Humans on Visual Categorization Task
153 Insulin Receptors Play a Critical Role in Promoting Islet Growth
154 Flexible Electronics Could Find Applications as Sensors, Artificial Muscles
155 FCC: 'No' to Cell Phones on Planes
156 Hey, WIMPs: Beware of Dwarf
157 French train smashes world speed record
158 Future of war demands futuristic flying machines
159 Equipment failure at world's top particle accelerator
160 'Very Active' Hurricane Season Predicted
161 Antarctic fossil prompts rethink about amphibian history
162 Tracking alien turbulences
163 'David and Goliath' battle against mud volcano
164 EU Opens Antitrust Probe on iTunes (Update)
165 Chinese discovery casts doubt on 'Out of Africa' theory: study
166 Why the Rich Get Richer
167 First impressions: Computer model behaves like humans on visual categorization task
168 'Universal blood' beckons with enzyme breakthrough
169 FSU's Lab to Build World's Strongest Magnet for 'Neutron Scattering' Experiments
170 Hubble's view of barred spiral galaxy NGC 1672
171 Weighing the financial risks of nuclear power
172 Arctic Replenished Very Little Thick Sea Ice in 2005
173 Cornell University chosen to build Nanosat-4 Flight experiment
174 Google search yields office python
175 MySpace plans virtual US presidential primary vote
176 Noise-absorbing windows
177 Microsoft Sues Student Software Sellers
178 Entry-Level Workers Head into a Mixed Market
179 Flaw Fixed in Unix-like Systems
180 Study may lead to drought-resistant plants
181 How did life on Earth originate?
182 Shark pups open eyes and change fins early
183 Power and Sexual Harassment: Men and Women See Things Differently
184 Why are there so many more species of insects? Because insects have been here longer
185 Sinai Pumice Linked to Ancient Eruption
186 Team: Texas Study Shows Ancient Primates
187 Study suggests some drug resistance to influenza B medications
188 Hormone Heart Risks Overstated for Some
189 Researchers discover connection between allergic diseases and autoimmune diseases
190 How we remember each other
191 With rat genome as guide, human breast cancer risk refined
192 Researchers take new approach to studying how cells respond to pathogens
193 Scientists find rabies-based vaccine could be effective against HIV
194 Cure for cancer one step closer
195 Exercise May Fend Off Arthritis in Women
196 Blood sugar's manufacture limited by building blocks' supply
197 Study points to new direction for pancreas cell regeneration
198 Venus Express delivers new images
199 Arctic sea ice study is under way
200 Scientists study 40,000-year-old skeleton
201 Body fluid chemical measuring is improved
202 Technology may help tsunami warnings
203 Brightest fluorescent particles created
204 Scientists turn old rubbish into new homes
205 Dermatomyositis signature is found
206 First Impressions: Computer Model Behaves Like Humans On Visual Categorization Task
207 To Sleep, Perchance To Dream: New Insight Into Melatonin Production
208 'Self-healing' House: Building-in Earthquake Resistance?
209 Flexible Electronics Could Find Applications As Sensors, Artificial Muscles
210 Natural Anti-freeze: How Arthropods Survive The Cold
211 China's Earliest Modern Human
212 Instrument To Study Previously Unexplored Part Of Universe To Be Installed On Europe's Herschel Spacecraft
213 Reducing Carcinogen Potential In Foods
214 Forest Elephants At Risk From The Illegal Ivory Trade
215 Can An Omega-3 Fatty Acid Slow The Progression Of Alzheimer's Disease?
216 Modeling Exactly How Oil And Water Interact
217 Why The Rich Get Richer
218 Nitric Oxide Allergic Reaction Linked To Hayfever
219 Bioabsorbable Stent Shows Excellent Performance
220 The Gigantic Respiration Of Crystalline Solids
221 Meat And Two Neutrons: The Key To A Longer Life
222 Heart Pumping Variations Revealed Among African And Chinese Americans
223 UK surfers not willing to give up waves
224 It's like TV's 'House,' without the sarcasm
225 Tibetan Microbe Mats
226 The Biggest Extinction on Earth
227 DNA test to stem illegal timber flow
228 Bar Coding for Botany
229 Mind Makes RightBrain damage, evolution, and the future of morality.
230 Northrop Grumman Provides 24/7 Service To Navy Unmanned Systems Customers
231 How Arthropods Survive The Cold Using Natural Anti-Freeze
232 Tibetan Microbe Mats
233 The Ultrafast Future of Wireless
234 Robotic Fleas Spring into Action
235 A Better Biofuel
236 Using Tequila Fructans for Drug Delivery
237 Predicting Highway Crashes
238 Universal Blood
239 Self-Cleaning, Fog-Free Windshields
240 In EMI-ITunes Deal, the Big Loser May Be Microsoft
241 EMI's Last-Ditch Effort: DRM-Free Music
242 How Steve Jobs Calls the Tunes
243 Light Therapy Spares the Scalpel and the Chemo
244 Jeeps Reach Volcano's Rim to Break Altitude Record
245 Super Easy Photo Sharing with Picupine
246 Senate Takes My Advice on New Stem Cell Bill Language
247 Gorgeous New Image from Hubble Shows Nearby Galaxy
248 Cats Control Rats...With Parasites
249 The Secret Picasso
250 The "oh, crap" moment in every big project
251 Apes to name neighboring trumpeter swans
252 Arctic lost part of its perennial sea ice in 2005: NASA
253 Man accused of hacking faces extradition
254 Humane Society holds doggie yoga class
255 Antarctic fossil prompts rethink about amphibian history
256 Team: Texas study shows ancient primates
257 Feds to toss 3 stem cell patents
258 Hormone heart risks overstated for some
259 Rising number of Japan's kids have weight problem
260 Stress in Chinese cities ruining sex lives: survey
261 Two Medications Treat Migraine Better Than One
262 New Mexico approves medical use of marijuana
263 Language Barriers May Hamper Pediatric Care
264 Breast Cancer Deaths Dropping Most in Women Under 70
265 Baby's Poor Response to Name Might Warn of Autism
266 U.S. blocks wheat gluten linked to pet food recall
267 Eggs will raise your cholesterol, and other myths
268 [Google April Fool's Joke] Sign up for our free in-home wireless broadband service
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