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1 Mind Reading with Functional MRI
2 Whale-Inspired Wind Turbines
3 A Technology Surges
4 3-D Modeling Advance
5 Adaptable Polymer Inspired by Sea Cucumbers
6 The Mess of Mandated Markets
7 Ethanol from Garbage and Old Tires
8 Enzymes Built from Scratch
9 What to Expect from the Open iPhone
10 Local Area Network Droids
11 Is the Net Too Neutral?
12 Global Warming to Affect Transport
13 What's Racist? The Importance of a Glance
14 Dungeon Master: The Life and Legacy of Gary Gygax
15 Global Warming to Affect Transport
16 Fly Through Airport Security
17 SXSW: This Year's Twitter? A Simple Scheduling App That Brings Order to the Masses
18 SXSW: Zuckerberg Keynote Descends Into Chaos as Audience Takes Over
19 March 11, A.D. 105: The Emperor's Court Is No Longer a Paperless Office
20 SXSW: Meebo Users Plot Revolt During Dull Panels
21 SXSW: Bankrupt Your Startup the Easy Way
22 Space shuttle Endeavour blasts off
23 Spacecraft to Plunge Through Saturn Moon's Icy Plume
24 Whaling protest ship heads home, says 500 whales saved
25 Geologist spots oreodont fossil in N.M.
26 Oil prices break fresh record high near $110
27 US trade gap widens slightly as oil bill spikes
28 Brazil tops five million hybrid cars: auto industry
29 Tiny Brain-Like Computer Created
30 Diesel fumes can affect your brain, scientists say
31 Real Death Star Could Strike Earth
32 Indians gather to save the planet
33 1 in 4 teen girls has sexual disease
34 Are fat moms to blame for fat kids? Answer unclear
35 U.S. says overdose of UCB cough medicine can kill
36 Late Use of Aromatase Inhibitor Still Effective Against Breast Cancer
37 Life Expectancy Tied to Education
38 Study: Creativity jazzes your brain
39 Is salvia the next marijuana?
40 Bad Science Journalism and the Myth of the Oppressed Underdog
41 Diesel fumes produce stress response in brain, study shows
42 New embryo stem cell manipulation created
43 Einstein Didn't Grok His Own Revolution
44 Biologists Diagnose Cause Of Two 20th Century Flu Epidemics
45 Why progress is a life and death issue
46 Meanings Versus Events And The Accuracy Of Adult Memory Versus Children's
47 Japan to make vaccines for multiple strains of flu
48 Ap Impact: Drugs in Drinking H2O
49 Accident ruins 800-lb. man's date
50 Sample the beer before you buy it
51 'Missing' pair return to news conference
52 Bench-warmers sought to block homeless
53 'Redneck Shop' creates dispute in S.C.
54 Russia Dumps Korean Astro Boy For Astro Girl In Textbook Scandal
55 Solitons Found In The Magnetopause
56 New Discovery At Jupiter Could Help Protect Earth-Orbit Satellites
57 Cassini Spacecraft To Dive Into Water Plume Of Saturn Moon
58 Low-Cost Reusable Material Could Help With CO2 Capture From Power Plants
59 Micronesian Islands Colonized By Small-Bodied Humans
60 Iraq war price tag reaches three trillion US dollars: book
61 Boeing to protest defeat in tanker contract battle
62 Camera can see through clothing
63 Land And Sea Tests Verify Effectiveness Of Boeing Biological Detection System
64 Northrop Grumman Mine Detection Systems Earns Go-Ahead
65 Tainted water may have sickened soldiers in Iraq: report
66 Nordic Windpower Selects Pocatello, Idaho, For New Turbine Manufacturing Facility
67 US law could interrupt flow from Canada's oil sands: Ottawa
68 Clean Coal Agreement With China
69 Newly Defined Signaling Pathway Could Mean Better Biofuel Sources
70 Mystery Behind The Strongest Creature In The World
71 Micronesian Islands Colonized By Small-bodied Humans
72 Cassini Spacecraft To Dive Into Water Plume Of Saturn Moon
73 Major Advance In Biofuel Technology: Trash Today, Ethanol Tomorrow
74 Alarming Growth In Expected Carbon Dioxide Emissions In China, Analysis Finds
75 Bringing Second Life To Life: Researchers Create Character With Reasoning Abilities Of A Child
76 Discovery Of Earth's Inner, Innermost Core Confirmed
77 Finally, The 'Planet' In Planetary Nebulae?
78 Colorful Idea Sparks Renewable Electricity From Painting Solar Cells
79 Fossilized Giant Rhino Bone Questions Isolation Of Anatolia, 25 Million Years Ago
80 Certain Oral Contraceptives May Pose Health Risks, Study Suggests
81 Beck's Petrel Flies Back From Presumed Extinction
82 HPV Vaccine Seems To Be Working, Abnormal Pap Test Results Lower, Study Shows
83 Stratospheric Ozone Chemistry Plays An Important Role For Atmospheric Airflow Patterns
84 Consumer Alerts Aren't Enough To Protect Kids, Survey Shows
85 Offspring Of Parents Who Both Have Alzheimer's Disease May Be More Likely To Develop The Illness
86 Cotton: A Body Armor For Wounds?
87 Breath Of The Ocean Links Fish Feeding, Reefs, Climate
88 History Of Life Seen In The Structure Of Transfer RNA
89 Biologists Surprised To Find Parochial Bacterial Viruses
90 Mining Poultry Manure For Phosphorus
91 Measuring The Wind To Optimize For Wind Energy
92 Quasicrystal Mystery Unraveled With Computer Simulation
93 Researchers simulate pandemic influenza outbreak in Chicago
94 Men's pride in sexual performance may help the fight against increasing obesity
95 Cassini to dive into water plume of Enceladus
96 Snakes can fearlessly order a fugu dinner
97 US rush to produce corn-based ethanol will worsen 'dead zone' in Gulf of Mexico
98 Breast cancer patients can be treated safely with a 'dose-dense' chemotherapy
99 A portable DNA detector
100 How do infections launch a cell's self-destruct and alarm system?
101 Researchers have identified the mechanism that makes a bioengineered enzyme function efficiently
102 Life expectancy rises for the educated; the less-educated reap no benefit
103 Which came first, social dominance or big brains? Wasps may tell
104 Scientist answers how Peruvian meteorite made it to Earth
105 Classical communication problem solved using quantum entanglement
106 New twist on life's power source
107 New camera brings about vast improvement for surveillance
108 1 in 4 Teen Girls Has Sexual Disease
109 Google wins EU approval for DoubleClick's takeover
110 S. African, US scientists find more 'hobbits' in Pacific
111 Mystery behind the strongest creature in the world
112 Columbus camera captures first views of Earth
113 Snakes vault past toxic newts in evolutionary arms race
114 Wal-Mart Ends Test of Linux in Stores
115 Geologist Spots Oreodont Fossil in N.M.
116 Life expectancy rises for the educated; the less-educated reap no benefit
117 US rush to produce corn-based ethanol will worsen 'dead zone' in Gulf of Mexico
118 Thinner, stronger and more flexible research
119 Dark Halos Discovered on Mercury
120 Marine bacteria's mealtime dash is a swimming success
121 Trash today, ethanol tomorrow: Invention promises major advance in biofuel production
122 Alarming growth in expected CO2 emissions in China
123 Pandemic flu may be well mitigated until vaccine is available
124 How do infections and toxins launch a cell's self-destruct and alarm system?
125 Injection of human umbilical cord blood helps the aging brain
126 Handheld DNA detector
127 Silver Nanoparticles Deadly to Bacteria
128 Modern physics is critical to global warming research
129 Probing the mysteries of a surprisingly tough hydrogel
130 Europe to build state of the art laboratory
131 Increased carbon dioxide in atmosphere linked to decreased soil organic matter
132 NRL to design lunar telescope to see into the dark ages
133 Indians Gather to Save the Planet
134 Funding cuts jeopardize cleanup of nuclear waste sites
135 Climate change will have a significant impact on transportation infrastructure and operations
136 Japan marks funeral for second-generation phones
137 A cellphone base station in every home
138 Brussels clears France to bankroll Google rival
139 Camera can see through clothing
140 Embedded systems get smarter, tougher
141 Deal Clears Way for More 3-D Screens
142 Brazil tops five million hybrid cars: auto industry
143 Lego system for production facilities
144 Iger: Disney to Reap $1 Billion Online
145 Clean diesels
146 Bell Labs Box Offers New Cell Use Data
147 UCLA Anderson: Economy situation doesn't meet definition of 'true' recession
148 FSU classics professor exploring a 'lost' city of the Mycenaeans
149 Policing cells demand ID to tell friend from foe
150 Biologists identify key protein in cell's 'self-eating' function
151 Amphibians respond behaviorally to impact of clear cutting
152 Royal corruption is rife in the ant world
153 Structure reveals how cells 'sugar-coat' proteins
154 Cooperation between figs, wasps and parasites proves 3 is not always a crowd
155 Rare pygmy hippos photographed
156 Scientists to discover why flamingos are in the pink of health--in the poo!
157 Ancient Graves Found in Greece
158 Conservation Groups Sue Over Polar Bears
159 US stands to lose a generation of young researchers
160 Boy finds giant shark tooth
161 Domestication of the donkey
162 Efficient Catalysts for Making Oxygen for 'Artificial Photosynthesis'
163 New technique puts DNA profiling of E. coli on fast track
164 New crystallization method to ease study of protein structures
165 Red-light cameras increase crashes, researchers find
166 Researchers describe how digits grow
167 Research offers road map to safer pain control, cost savings during colonoscopies
168 Is Salvia the Next Marijuana?
169 Revise guidelines for weight gain during pregnancy, says obstetrician
170 Late treatment with letrozole can reduce breast cancer recurrence risk
171 Minorities, whites get equal care in hospitals
172 New Potential Treatment for Muscular Dystrophy Appears to Be Safe
173 Sexual performance may hold key to men's health
174 Diesel exhaust inhalation stresses your brain
175 British humor linked to genetics
176 Creativity Jazzes Your Brain
177 Post-stroke clot-busting therapy beneficial for patients on aspirin
178 Key found to breakthrough drug for clot victims
179 Offspring of parents who both have Alzheimer's disease may be more likely to develop the illness
180 Satellite can spot razed villages in Darfur
181 They really were the Dark Ages
182 Probe readies for dip into geyser on Enceladus
183 China emissions to swamp Kyoto reductions by 2010
184 Virtual child passes mental milestone
185 Engineers fix glitch in new space cargo ship
186 Body building pill may prevent baby brain damage
187 New bones suggest 'hobbits' were modern pygmies
188 TVs reinforced for those smashing Wii games
189 Earthquake activity is frozen by ice sheets
190 Toxic newts lose war against 'super-immune' snakes
191 Probing the Mysteries of a Surprisingly Tough Hydrogel
192 New Video on "Dark Matter" with Teacher Notes to Benefit Students
193 New Analysis Shows Alarming Increase in Expected Growth of China's Carbon Dioxide Emissions
194 Camera Brings Vast Improvement for Surveillance