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1 The Art and Science of Playing With Your Food
2 Today's Unsettling Comparison to 'The Great Dying'
3 Father Appalled by Virtual Audience to Son's Death
4 Astronauts Step out for Longest, Hardest Spacewalk
5 Sea eagles could be reintroduced
6 IBM to build brain-like computers
7 'Grape' is key to fossil puzzle
8 Nothing lost in space--this time
9 First test for interplanetary net
10 'Superglue' brain op for toddler
11 Hairspray linked to birth defect
12 Fresh spacewalk in vexed mission
13 Light-wave implant hope for deaf
14 First otter reaches Farne Islands
15 Opening gambits
16 A space of one's own
17 The uneasy link between war and medicine
18 Polish tests 'confirm Copernicus'
19 Beavers arrive for spring release
20 Slow progress on ocean protection
21 Online time 'is good for teens'
22 Google unveils customised search
23 Closing the UK's digital divisions
24 Valley Girls: Linda Avey and Anne Wojcicki
25 N/A
26 Cholera outbreak strikes Zimbabwe
27 Asbestos victims win 'test case'
28 Over-the-counter Viagra bid ends
29 Hospital bug fine plan 'unfair'
30 Dog 'sniffs out' owner's cancer
31 Young drinkers offered education
32 The dangers lurking in the kitchen
33 Who doesn't have a belly button?
34 SnapTell: Instant Product Lookup From The iPhone. You Want This.
35 Top 10 Things You Can Do with a DVD
36 Father appalled by virtual audience to son's death
37 Family shock at Florida web death
38 Customers line up for new BlackBerry Storm
39 Verizon workers fired over Obama records breach
40 Microsoft's Ballmer ordered to testify in 'Vista Capable' suit
41 Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Subpoenaed In Windows Vista Suit
42 Judge orders Microsoft CEO to testify in lawsuit
43 Apple Updates Maps, Apps in iPhone Firmware 2.2
44 Apple Releases iPhone 2.2 Update
45 Apple iPhone update makes device more secure
46 IPhone update includes better Maps
47 Google SearchWiki Vanishes
48 Vast Mars glaciers are spotted
49 Blanket of Soil May Hide Vast Martian Glaciers
50 NASA discovers massive buried glaciers on Mars
51 Fossils Are Fine; a Live Beastie Is Better
52 Pleistocene Park? Scientists Almost Done Mapping Mammoth DNA
53 Wooly Mammoths On Display
54 A $1 billion plan for car-charging network
55 Bay Area Cities Agree to Power Electric Cars
56 Start-Up Plans Electric-Car Network
57 An outlet at every parking meter? Bay Area welcomes plug-ins
58 Zune Pass subscribers get to keep 10 songs
59 Microsoft Lowers Zune Prices, Tweaks Zune Pass
60 Google Chrome to Snag Default Browser Spot from IE?
61 Dear Firefox: Please forgive me
62 DNA confirms remains of Copernicus
63 Scientists say Copernicus' remains, grave found
64 Automakers detail electric car plans at L.A. show
65 Carmakers charge ahead with electrics
66 Virgin's In-flight Wi-Fi Coming Monday
67 Aircell WiFi Gets Another Glowing Review
68 Wii Still Dominates Gaming Through Second Year
69 Security in Windows 7: UAC and You
70 Spamhaus: Microsoft Now 5th Most Spam Friendly ISP
71 Microsoft to Stop Charging For Home PC Security
72 Radio Host Has Drug Company Ties
73 Popular NPR Radio Host Tied To Big Drug Companies
74 Less Than 7 Hours Sleep May Hike Cancer Risk in Women
75 Physical inactivity raises cancer risk--studies
76 Lack Of Sleep Increases Risk Of Cancer: Study
77 Your birthday may decide your risk of asthma
78 Autumn Babies More Prone to Asthma
79 Fall Babies at Higher Risk for Asthma
80 Is the time right for universal health care?
81 Health Insurers Offer to Accept All Applicants, on Condition
82 Five ways to keep Alzheimer's away
83 Iressa as Good as Chemotherapy for Lung Cancer
84 Study: Pill as good as chemo for some patients
85 Three Employees Fired After Patient Chokes on Medicine, Dies
86 FDA Approves New Drug for Severe Epilepsy
87 FDA cracks down on Calif. raw milk supplier
88 Genetic Screening for Diabetes No More Useful than Traditional Methods
89 Genetic testing can't predict diabetes
90 Egg consumption may raise risk of type 2 diabetes
91 Scientists Could Find Cure For 'Wolf Boy'
92 Is there a cure for werewolf syndrome
93 New Nano Satellite Mission To Examine Link Between Lightning And Terrestrial Gamma Ray Flashes
94 Forgotten But Not Gone: How The Brain Re-learns
95 'Powerhouses' From Living Cells--Mitochondria--Power New Explosives Detector
96 Iconic Rings And Flares Of Galaxies Created By Violent, Intergalactic Collisions
97 '4-D' Microscope Revolutionizes The Way We Look At Nano World
98 Beta Pictoris Planet Finally Imaged?
99 Concealed Glaciers Discovered On Mars At Mid-latitudes
100 Pluripotent Stem Cells Shown To Generate New Retinal Cells Necessary For Vision, Study Finds
101 Pure Insulin-producing Cells Produced In Mice
102 Researchers Make New Electronics--With A Twist
103 Blood Component That Turns Anthrax Bacteria Virulent Identified
104 Is A Stradivarius Violin Better Than Other Violins?
105 Isolated Breast Cancer Cells In Sentinel Lymph Node Associated With Non-Sentinel Lymph Node Metastases
106 N/A
107 Snow In The Arctic: An Ingredient In A Surprising Chemical Cocktail
108 Crafting Your Image For Your 1,000 Friends On Facebook Or MySpace
109 Widely Used Cancer Drug Associated With Significantly Increased Risk Of Blood Clots
110 Evolution Of The Visual System Is Key To Abstract Art
111 Increased Nonfasting Triglyceride Levels Associated With Higher Risk Of Stroke
112 Oh, What A Feeling! Regaining Ability To Interpret Emotions After Severe Brain Injury
113 Does Growth Hormone Drug Slow Alzheimer's Disease?
114 Race Guides Neighborhood Evaluation, Study Says
115 Uncertainty Can Be More Stressful Than Clear Negative Feedback
116 Media Violence Cited As 'Critical Risk Factor' For Aggression
117 The Psychology Of Deja Vu
118 Necessary Lattes? People Short On Self-control Categorize More Items As Necessities
119 Sleep Helps People Learn Complicated Tasks
120 Mysterious Source Of High-Energy Cosmic Radiation Discovered: Nearby Exotic Object?
121 Sonography In Space
122 Black Holes Are The Rhythm At The Heart Of Galaxies
123 Methanization On The Farm: Integrating Nitrogen Treatment
124 New Method For Tracing Metal Pollution Back To Its Sources
125 Converting Sunlight Into Electricity: European Project Breaks Efficiency Record
126 Shellfish Inspire New Adhesives
127 Elderly People Require Better Fire Prevention, Report Finds
128 DVR Fast-forwarding May Not Be Fatal To TV Advertising
129 Quantum Computers Could Excel In Modeling Chemical Reactions
130 Extreme Makeover: Photos Realistically Embedded Within Videos
131 'Enlightened' Atoms Stage Nano-riot Against Uniformity