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1 Remember When? Man With Big Memory Does
2 FDA Gives Conditional OK to Avastin for Breast Cancer
3 'Snowboarder's Ankle' May Be Mistaken for Sprain
4 Male Breast Surgery on Rise for Teens
5 Making games with Steven Spielberg
6 Scrubland that is 'richest for wildlife'
7 Hi-tech bird tracker breakthrough
8 Japan blasts satellite into space
9 Heart-check beds to be developed
10 Virtual Vision For Pilots Could Save Lives
11 Ringing Up Big Charges For "Free" Tones
12 B-2 Stealth Bomber Crashes In Guam
13 Unique Solar Probe Freezing To Death
14 Japan Launches Internet Satellite
15 LG staying format neutral for the time being
16 Blu-ray format defeats HD DVD in the hi-def battle for supremacy
17 Dialog: After HD DVD, whither Toshiba?
18 Your Encrypted Data: Not So Safe After All
19 Microsoft glitch offers up Vista SP1 early
20 Glitch Accidentally Releases Vista SP1 To Public
21 Hacker Group Releases New Google Vulnerability Scanner
22 Hacker group releases automated 'Google hacking' tool
23 Criminals Attacking Myspace, Facebook IE Plugins
24 Hackers Exploiting Facebook, MySpace Plug-ins
25 Facebook fake prince jailed for 3 years
26 Morocco: Prison for Facebook Prince
27 Moroccan jailed over spoofing prince on Facebook
28 Digital downloads will be Blu-ray's downfall
29 WASHINGTON IN BRIEF: Breast Cancer Drug Approved [et al.]
30 Web Surfer, Heal Thyself
31 WA Student Dies From MRSA
32 College student dies of rare ailment
33 Refusing to Name Sources, Reporter May Face Big Fines
34 Anthrax Reporter Held in Contempt
35 WVU students get firsthand knowledge on anonymous sources
36 Insect "Eyespots" Don't Mimic Eyes, Study Says
37 Dino-Era Seabird Fossils Found in New Zealand
38 Tiger Exhibit Reopens at San Francisco Zoo
39 N. Rockies Gray Wolf Removed From U.S. Endangered List
40 Meteor Likely Disintegrated; No Crater Found
41 Rat Invasions Causing Seabird Decline Worldwide
42 Climate Change Driving Mongolians From Steppe to Cities
43 Revamp for NIH grants
44 Physics' funding furore
45 The Lady and the Li-ion
46 Fly, Robot Fly
47 People Who Read This Article Also Read...
48 Move Over, Oil, There's Money in Texas Wind
49 Ahhh, the Seductive Fragrance of Molecules Under Patent
50 Tougher British Stand Against Digital Piracy
51 EMC Acquisition Shows It Wants to be a Cloudmaster
52 Denmark sets renewable energy target at 20 percent by 2011
53 China to launch second lunar probe in 2009: report
54 Suit Against Microsoft Over Vista OK'd
55 Microsoft email prepares workers for Yahoo takeover
56 Microsoft Says Won't Move All of Yahoo
57 Yahoo Sued for Spurning Microsoft
58 Hackers use Google to find website vulnerabilities
59 Malaysian bloggers warned being monitored: report
60 New computer network security threat identified
61 Belgrade 'Riot Girls' prove unlikely YouTube hit
62 Stranger Donates Kidney to Atlanta Girl
63 Psoriasis lesions loaded with newly discovered immune cell
64 FDA Clears Avastin for Breast Cancer
65 Neutron scattering reveals extremely slow water in Dead Sea organism
66 Safer and more effective way to treat Crohn's disease
67 Ingredient in yellow curry can reduce heart enlargement and may prevent heart failure
68 How Saturn's Moon Enceladus Violently Spurts Dust And Water Plume Into Space: New Theory
69 Dung Happens And Helps Scientists: Scoop On Poop And Climate Change
70 Ancient Puzzle Solved In Fossils From Canadian Rockies, Dating To Cambrian Explosion
71 Rare Massive Star, Eta Carinae, Produces Vast Winds Of Colliding Electrically-charged Particles
72 New Techniques For Detecting Harmful Blood Clots, Air Bubbles In Arteries Developed
73 Resilience Science Is Promising Approach To Marine Conservation
74 Stroke Risk Factors May Signal Faster Cognitive Decline In Elderly
75 New Technology Makes 3-D Imaging Quicker, Easier
76 Higher Rates Of MRSA Among Drug Users Than Six Years Ago
77 What Is The Cognitive Rift Between Humans And Other Animals?
78 Possible Origin Of Methane In Ice Core Records
79 The Noisy Epidemic
80 Review: Robots in Space
81 The new theories that are killing time
82 Visionary Research: Teaching Computers to See Like a Human
83 Listening to the Universe from the Far Side of the Moon
84 No Directions Required--Software Smartens Mobile Robots
85 Is China's Great Wall Visible from Space?
86 Scientists Tuning Very Large Array Radio Telescope for Deeper Exploration
87 Self-Healing Rubber Keeps on Stretching, Rip after Rip
88 Dark Side of Solar Cells Brightens
89 Ancient Europeans More Diverse, Genetically Speaking, than Modern Ones
90 Asteroid Smashup May Have Wiped Out the Dinosaurs
91 Japan successfully launches high-speed Internet satellite
92 NASA And Northrup Grumman Partner To Measure The Immeasurable
93 Powerful Explosions Suggest Neutron Star Missing Link
94 Integral: Stellar Winds Colliding At Our Cosmic Doorstep
95 Cosmologists glimpse biggest 'dark matter' structure ever
96 Unique Martian Formation Reproduced, Reveals Brief Bursts Of Water
97 Amazing Miniaturized SIDECAR Drives Webb Telescope's Signal
98 Boeing Awarded USAF Contract For Advanced Laser Development
99 Northrop Grumman And Harris Demonstrate Airborne Networking
100 In Japan, laughter to be measured by 'aH'
101 New 3M Locator Is Optimized For Finding Pipe
102 Satellite strike shows US missile defense works: Gates
103 BMD Focus: Killing NROL-21--Part 1
104 China calls on US to provide data on satellite shootdown
105 Northrop Grumman Completes Flight Testing Of Latest LITENING Targeting System
106 Nigeria remains tough on gas flaring
107 Agriculture, energy more closely linked
108 Darkest material developed in lab
109 Roper Mobile Technology Unveils Duros Rugged Tablet PC
110 Fire From the Sky
111 10 Most Bizarre Scientific Papers
112 NIB Apple IIc Sells on eBay for $2,600
113 Microsoft's "St. Valentine's Day Vista Massacre" Workaround
114 Mass Medium
115 Impact Of Original Migration Still Seen In Harmful Genetic Variations Of Europeans
116 A Lead on the Ark of the Covenant
117 Death count mounts in breast cancer test fiasco
118 Doyle Says Youth Smoking Hits Lowest Point Ever in State
119 Inspectors Say Meat Safety Is Threatened
120 Saudis Arrest 57 Men for Flirting with Women
121 Too Pretty to Fly? Women Charge "Beauty Discrimination"
122 Man and Wife Argue Over Who's Too Drunk to Drive; Argument Gets Settled the Hard Way
123 Glitch Changes "Tickle Me, Elmo" to "Threaten Me, Elmo"
124 Tonya Harding opera opens in Portland
125 Do they make barf bags for fish?
126 Say. Didn't we arrest you awhile ago?
127 Does it come in pink or blue?
128 Japan launches Internet satellite
129 Unique solar probe freezing to death
130 Brooklyn welcomes rare red panda Mao Mi
131 Governors: Include coal in energy debate
132 Energy storage nears its day in the sun
133 Cut-off cancer patient to get $9M
134 China reports rise in sexually transmitted diseases
135 Western clinical trials bad for traditional medicine: SAfrican minister
136 Most Internet Sex Offenders Target Teens, Not Kids
137 England's children are getting fatter: health department
138 FDA OKs Avastin for Advanced Breast Cancer
139 Treatment limits bleeding stroke damage
140 Can Apple Patent the Pinch? Experts Say It's Possible
141 Share MP3s With Your Facebook Friends Using DoubleTwist
142 Exascale Computing Requires Chips, Power and Money
143 When the Internet Is My Hard Drive, Should I Trust Third Parties?
144 Judge Dismisses RIAA Racketeering Lawsuit
145 Honey Bees Give Clues on Virus Spread
146 Chem Lab: Geyser of Oxygen-Filled Bubbles
147 B-2 Crashes on Guam
148 Chickensaurus Skeleton