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1 Young babies risk SIDS when sitting
2 Nanopesticides 'need specific regulation'
3 Megaflood made Britain an island
4 Viking treasure hoard uncovered
5 Vibrating rings guide city tourists
6 Megaflood 'made Island Britain'
7 Piltdown's lessons for modern science
8 Fast food brands hit kids online
9 JK Rowling rails against spoilers
10 Why We're Like a Million Monkeys on Treadmills
11 Chimps on treadmill offer human evolution insight
12 Look, no hands
13 Microsatellites 'pose global threat'
14 Alcohol law 'trebles' A&E visits
15 Breech birth women 'choice call'
16 Rise in bodies for medic training
17 Vanuatu defends its famous drink
18 Study: Megafloods Made Britain An Island
19 Japan Discovers New Leak At Nuke Plant
20 Taking Online Dating To The Next Level
21 Eco-Vandals Attack Hummer In D.C.
22 Hot Dog Chili Sauce Linked To Botulism
23 Where Does Dinner Come From?
24 Study: Implantable Contraceptives Work
25 Survey Finds Many Docs Stress Mistakes
26 Tamper-Resistant Pads Could Prove A Pain
27 Linguists seek a time when we spoke as one
28 Science notes: The Americas weren't farming laggards, after all
29 Many Brain Cells Seek, to Help You Find
30 Space Tourism Firm Raises Prices for Orbital Trips
31 New Drug May Help Treat Crohn's Disease
32 Pediatric Ritalin Use May Affect Developing Brain, New Study Suggests
33 Preconditioning Helps Protect Brain's Blood Vessels from Stroke
34 Coming Soon: Protein Synthesis Without Amino Acids?
35 Protein pulling--Learning how proteins fold by pulling them apart
36 Prostate drug doesn't limit sexual function in most men
37 MIT IDs link between brain tumor proteins
38 A new method of adult stem cell growth efficacious in treatment of disorders of the cornea
39 Scientists a step closer to understanding how anaesthetics work in the brain
40 Obesity found to be a risk factor for multiple myeloma
41 Restless Legs Genetics on the Move
42 UD scientists invent novel hydrogels for repairing, regenerating human tissue
43 New mechanism found for memory storage in brain
44 Rural communities revived by energy
45 Simvastatin--for hearts and minds?
46 Researchers find specific statin significantly reduces Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease risk
47 Computers pass dosage test for thrombosis drugs
48 Mathematical model identifies genes which battle hepatitis C
49 NJIT researchers develop inexpensive, easy process to produce solar panels
50 Multi-gigabit wireless research could soon make wired computers and peripherals obsolete
51 Computer scientist plans bach over broadband
52 Peter Moore leaves Microsoft. (Long live Peter Moore.)
53 Peer-to-Peer Telephone Service?
54 Ooma Inc. Offers Free Domestic Calls
55 ooma Reinvents Home Phone Service
56 A Web Phone Called ooma
57 Duke Wi-Fi Crippled by Apple iPhones
58 Is the iPhone a bad Wi-FiPhone?
59 iPhones Suspected in Duke WiFi Crash
60 RIM Announces the Wi-Fi BlackBerry
61 In a flash, iPod/iPhone demand see flash prices go up
62 Voracious iPhones and iPods Gobbling up a Quarter of Flash Supply
63 IPhones, iPods may drive up cost of flash memory
64 Mozilla Releases Firefox 2.0.0.5
65 Wii sales in Japan pass 3 million
66 Scientist: Human Origins Impossible to Pinpoint
67 The Big Question: How old is humanity, and where did 'Homo sapiens' come from?
68 Web radio faces its death knell
69 Entertainment tops Net users list
70 Hackers make the iPhone pay-as-you-go
71 How an Apple Fan Hacked the iPhone into a Pay-As-You-Go Device
72 Nokia speeds up cell phone GPS
73 Scientists Find Genetic Link for a Disorder (Next, Respect?)
74 Restless Leg Linked to Chromosome Six--At Least
75 FDA: Don't eat that chili sauce!
76 San Mateo County reports year's first animal West Nile case
77 Vegetables, Fruits May Prevent Alzheimer's Disease
78 Vit. C useless against colds
79 World losing Aids battle
80 Low GI best for weight loss
81 Talking beats erectile blues
82 Ritalin--long-term damage?
83 Diet tied to vision loss
84 New neck disk approved
85 FDA may regulate cigarettes
86 Clue to asthma, obesity link
87 Dinosaur Sex Started Young
88 Study: 46 Percent of Teens Hurt Themselves on Purpose
89 Vines Take Over Southern U.S. Forests
90 New 60th Moon of Saturn Discovered
91 Astronomers Find 'Blue Needle' in Space
92 Texas Man Battles Flesh-Eating Bacteria
93 Crabs use their shells for garbage disposal
94 Primates on the pill
95 The rise of cyberbullying
96 'Hidden' species may be surprisingly common
97 Black holes trigger stars to self-destruct
98 Robots, Incorporated
99 Scientists Invent Novel Hydrogels for Repairing, Regenerating Human Tissue
100 Sensors May Monitor Aircraft for Defects Continuously
101 Wireless Research Could Replace Tangle of Wires
102 Charon: An Ice Machine in the Ultimate Deep Freeze
103 'Blue Needle' Presents New Challenge for Theorists
104 Astronomers Find Highly Elliptical Disk Around Young Star
105 A step closer to a practical atom laser
106 Multi-gigabit wireless research could soon make wired computers and peripherals obsolete
107 Charon--An ice machine in the ultimate deep freeze
108 Duke: IPhone May Be Disrupting Network
109 Protein pulling--Learning how proteins fold by pulling them apart
110 New tool to measure speeding nuclei is a fast-beam first
111 Save our reef, save our heritage
112 Alternative farming cleans up water
113 SanDisk launches speedy Ducati flash memory line
114 Congress Eyes Google-DoubleClick Deal
115 Sprint, Clearwire Team Up on New Network
116 Computer scientist plans bach over broadband
117 Ooma Inc. Offers Free Domestic Calls
118 Coming Soon: Protein Synthesis Without Amino Acids?
119 Mate selection is costly to female iguanas
120 Scientists invent novel hydrogels for repairing, regenerating human tissue
121 Masquerading in murky waters
122 Expert to provide update after 'worst tomato virus' hits California
123 Scientists a step closer to understanding how anaesthetics work in the brain
124 Species detectives track unseen evolution
125 Agency Designates Habitat for 3 Species
126 MIT IDs link between brain tumor proteins
127 'Preconditioning' helps protect brain's blood vessels from stroke
128 Obesity found to be a risk factor for multiple myeloma
129 New mechanism found for memory storage in brain
130 Mathematical model identifies genes which battle hepatitis C
131 Survey Finds Many Docs Stress Mistakes
132 Tamper-Resistant Pads Could Prove a Pain
133 Clay studies might alter Mars theories
134 NASA, ESA spacecraft offer new Venus views
135 High-tech bionic hand invented in England
136 New DNA analytical process is invented
137 Inexpensive solar cell technology created
138 Multi-gigabit Wireless Research Could Soon Make Wired Computers And Peripherals Obsolete
139 How Pathogens Evolve To Escape Detection
140 New Tool To Measure Speeding Nuclei Is A Fast-beam First
141 Intensive Training Of Young Tennis Players Can Cause Spinal Damage, Study Shows
142 Increase In Creeping Vines Signals Major Shift In Southern US Forests
143 Student Results Show Benefits Of Math And Science Partnerships
144 Evolution And The Hive Mind
145 Saving American Science
146 Big is not better for birds in flight
147 New technology transforming life for the deaf
148 Planetary pollution points to new theory
149 Worms are killing the planet
150 Smart Fabric Biosensors Will Monitor Respiration Rate And Body Temperature In Real Time
151 Japan's Quake-Hit Nuclear Plant Ordered To Remain Shut
152 Nature's Secrets Yield New Adhesive Material
153 Catastrophic Flooding Changes The Course Of British History
154 New Research Proves Single Origin Of Humans In Africa
155 NSC To Supply Advanced Key Word Spotting Technology To UK
156 Old And Infirm Struggle To Cope With Japan's Quake
157 Can Heart Tissue Be Regenerated
158 Air Force Uses New Technology In Cleanup
159 Air Force Chief Of Staff Initiates MQ-1 Predator Plus-up
160 EERC Providing Renewable Energy Solutions For Remote Area Of Alaska
161 BAE Systems Delivers First Lightweight RPG Protection Kits For RG-31
162 Software Link-up With Google Earth Helps Military Mission Planners
163 Robotic Insect Takes Off for the First Time
164 Nanoglue Sticks Underwater
165 Lithium-Ion Motorcycles
166 IPhone Shortages? Come Back Tomorrow
167 Best Facebook Apps for Supersocial Geeks
168 Barely Legal: American Absinthe Passes the Taste Test
169 The World's Tiniest PCs
170 The Hottest Field in Physics Is Ultracold
171 Dinosaurs' Rise to Dominance Was Gradual
172 Dinosaurs' Rise to Dominance Was Gradual
173 Dinosaurs, ancestors may have coexisted
174 Space station crew prepare to dump space junk
175 Probing Planets: Can You Get There From Here?
176 Small steps key to saving giant turtles: expert
177 Zoo faces charges for selling animals as food
178 Quantum Random Bit Generator Service
179 Bet you can't win this game of Checkers
180 'Geckel,' the latest in super-adhesives
181 From Wales, a box to make biofuel from car fumes
182 70-year mercury cleanup plan OK'd for S.F. Bay
183 Heart-Kun The Cutest Dog in Japan
184 Rock star creates brouhaha over name of energy drink
185 Truck carrying cheese goes up in flames on Sacramento interstate, creating freeway fondue
186 Sony CEO Stringer calls Apple CEO Steve Jobs 'greedy'
187 Vodafone 'looks forward' to 3G Apple iPhone
188 Apple to shock and awe would-be rivals with all-out product blitz; new iPhone model coming this year
189 Gene may be a fountain of youth
190 Treasure proves Vikings travels
191 Astronomy is rewarding
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