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1 Strange New World: Picks of the Week
2 Cryonics: Staying Alive a Little Longer
3 Catch your favorite TV shows on the Web
4 Web Tip Leads Mom to Asia, Abducted Son
5 Silicon chips stretch into shape
6 Space truck ready for rehearsals
7 'Funding stranglehold' on science
8 Cities dim lights for environment
9 The man making 'wind bags'
10 Q&A: Your Midway questions answered
11 The search for the 'political' gene
12 Why are magpies so often hated?
13 Oldest recorded voices sing again
14 Plaudits and concern over Byron
15 Pesticide Parkinson's link strong
16 Magazines 'harm male body image'
17 Gay men risk of HIV 'still high'
18 TV crew denies passing fatal flu
19 Toll of teenage drinking revealed
20 Genetics linked to breech babies
21 Rio accused of neglecting dengue
22 Israel courts medical tourists
23 Kyrgyzstan's quiet health revolution
24 Awake under the surgeon's knife
25 Early "Leaf" Photo Could Fetch Fortune
26 California Lowers Vehicle Emissions Goals
27 Cities Begin Going Dark For Earth Hour
28 New YouTube Tool Tracks Viewers
29 More Employers Scanning Workers' Hands
30 Anti-Missile Gear Tested On FedEx Planes
31 Aviary, Photoshop Express and other image editors compared
32 PWN to OWN: Final Day (and another winner!)
33 F-22 Raptor Airframes Falling Apart Due to Bad Glue
34 Gray Wolf Hunts Planned After De-Listing
35 Warnings Of Lead In Venison Irk Hunters
36 Antelope In Mongolia Under Threat
37 Kidney Disease Hospitalizations Soar
38 Gray Wolves To Be Hunted after Delisting
39 Wolves Are Back. Humans Are Howling.
40 Malware to blame in supermarket data breach
41 'Magical' song from 1860 knocks Edison off the chart
42 The embedded message in the world's first recording
43 Physicists convert first known sound recording
44 Earliest recordings preceded Edison's
45 Adobe joins list of companies not reading own EULAs
46 Photoshop Express a fine, free tool for teachers and students
47 Boffins battle over oldest European woman
48 First European Confirmed to Be 1.2 Million Years Old
49 European Roots: Human ancestors go back in time in Spanish cave
50 Human ancestors in Europe earlier than thought
51 Jim Griffin says ISP music tax only one possibility
52 Warner Music Pushes ISP Tax For Music Downloads
53 AT&T Announces Mobile TV Service
54 AT&T Plans May Launch of MediaFLO Mobile TV
55 Apple rumors run wild, slow news day confirmed
56 Visible Erosion of Antarctica's Wilkins Ice Shelf
57 Antarctica's Wilkins Ice Shelf eroding at an unforeseen pace
58 Verizon Wireless' Phones To Feature Loopt's Location Service
59 Verizon Wireless adds friend-finding service
60 Verizon Wireless puts a social spin on maps
61 Cellphones as Friend Radars
62 VeriSign ups cost of .com, .net domains second year in a row
63 Mac easiest to hack, says $10,000 winner
64 MacBook Air, the easiest one of the three
65 YouTube's New 'Insight' Underwhelms
66 YouTube Debuts Viewer Analytics Tool
67 Could Schizophrenia Be Entirely Genetic?
68 A New, Genetic Model for Schizophrenia
69 UW study finds surprising genetic causes of schizophrenia
70 Schizophrenia Linked to Rare, Often Unique Genetic Glitches
71 Dollar Signs In Double Helixes
72 Praying Parents' Other 3 Kids Removed
73 Hunting groups disputing warnings of lead in venison
74 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Scientists Identify A Mechanism That Helps Fruit Flies Lock-In Memories
75 CSHL Scientists Part of Multi-Institution Team That Discovers Role of Rare Gene Mutations in Schizophrenia
76 Stem Cells from Hair Follicles May Help "Grow" New Blood Vessels
77 Potential new target for multiple sclerosis therapy
78 Researchers use high tech in mould watermark to protect plastic products from piracy
79 Expansion of monocyte subset could serve as a biomarker for HIV progressions
80 Software developed by Boston College lab delivers speed and accuracy to genome research
81 Experimental verification of the feasibility of a quantum channel between space and Earth
82 Getting warmer--Leeds research brings terahertz closer to everyday use
83 LDL particle measurement by NMR recognized by ADA, ACC
84 The future of computing--carbon nanotubes and superconductors to replace the silicon chip
85 Why matter matters in the universe
86 iPods and similar devices found not to affect pacemaker function
87 Mysterious fevers of unknown origin: could surgery be a cure?
88 Preschool Kids Do Better on Tasks When They Talk to Themselves, Research Shows
89 Are teenage brains really different?
90 How Dangerous is Boxing for the Brain?
91 Self-Assembled Materials Form Mini Stem Cell Lab
92 Uncovering the mechanisms of lightning varieties
93 Argonne tests validate BMW Hydrogen 7 emissions well-below SULEV
94 Gray Wolf Hunts Planned After De-Listing
95 Pregnant Man: Real or Hoax?
96 Deception: As Human as Sex Itself
97 Hormone Combo May Provide Reversible Male Birth Control Tool
98 Sharp Rise in U.S. Hepatitis C-Related Deaths
99 Teenage Dinosaurs Might Have Butted Heads
100 Predicting the Next Major Virus
101 Party Trick: How We Hear One Voice Amid Many
102 New Silicon Hearing Device Mimics Ear
103 How the Dalai Lama Keeps His Cool
104 New Theory Explains Mercury's Mysterious Cliffs
105 Fingerprint Scans Replace Clocking In
106 April Fools' Day Facts: Behind the Laughs
107 Giant, Unknown Animals Found off Antarctica
108 Crusades, Islam Expansion Traced in Lebanon DNA
109 PHOTO IN THE NEWS: Mystery Bone Found on Peruvian Bus
110 Earliest Known Voice Recording Discovered in France
111 Shocks make plants produce more chemicals
112 Solar flares set off sunquakes
113 Mathematicians rewarded for decoding symmetry
114 Shocking the nose into action
115 The rapid evolution of tuatara
116 Prions picked up by tuning fork detector
117 Quantum effects could shed light on hazy images
118 San Francisco to boast the greenest buildings
119 Virtual pets can learn just like babies
120 Particle smasher 'not a threat to the Earth'
121 Space elevators face wobble problem
122 Fingernail camera makes any object a touchpad
123 Dolphins swim so fast it hurts
124 Corn-based film foils food-poisoning bugs
125 Electroshocking plants brings chemical rewards
126 Anti-landmine campaigners turn sights on war robots
127 Investor puts his money into the rainforest
128 Rare gene defects might add up to schizophrenia
129 Stretchy circuits promise elastic gadgets
130 Nanomaterial turns radiation directly into electricity
131 Birds team up to solve food puzzle
132 Wii and iPhone to help military control freaks
133 Have peacock tails lost their sexual allure?
134 Researcher Develops New Method for Cancer Screening
135 Potential New Target for Multiple Sclerosis Therapy
136 Researchers, Army Look to Hydrogen to Lighten Soldiers' Load
137 Researchers Examine Human Embryonic Stem Cell Genome
138 'Wildcat Power Cord' Repairs Cruciate Ligament In Dairy Cow's Knee
139 Would You Like a Large Shake with that Little Mac?
140 Researcher Calls Salt on Mars a 'Sweet' Discovery
141 Not a Mercury or Saturn, but It Goes Way Off Road
142 All Energy Roads Lead to the Sun
143 Soot in the Greenhouse, and Kitchen
144 Asking a Judge to Save the World, and Maybe a Whole Lot More
145 A Multitude of Vaccine Benefits, Yet Controversy Persists
146 Particular armed beetles find a mate, whatever their size
147 Hebes Chasma, a trough in Valles Marineris of Mars
148 Actual use of asthma drugs contradicts guidelines
149 Complexities of genetic susceptibility to tuberculosis revealed
150 Stem Cells From Hair Follicles May Help 'Grow' New Blood Vessels
151 How Were The Egyptian Pyramids Built?
152 Evolution Of New Species Slows Down As Number Of Competitors Increases
153 Toward A New Generation Of Vaccines For Malaria And Other Diseases
154 Exquisite Photon Control On A Silicon Chip Is Major Advance Toward Quantum Computing
155 Rates Of Rare Mutations Soar Three To Four Times Higher In Schizophrenia
156 Foldable And Stretchable, Silicon Circuits Conform To Many Shapes
157 Zoologists Unlock New Secrets About Frog Deaths
158 How Superbug Staph Aureus Resists Our Natural Defenses
159 Kilauea Volcano Erupts Explosively And Vents Noxious Gas
160 Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Differ In Genes That Could Control Disease Susceptibility
161 Retired NFL Players At Increased Risk For Heart Problems, Mayo Clinic Finds
162 New Genomics Software Infers Ancestry With High Accuracy
163 Stem cells from hair follicles may help 'grow' new blood vessels
164 Stem cells from hair follicles may help 'grow' new blood vessels
165 World's oldest sound recording played in US
166 MIT tests unique approach to fusion power
167 Old Solar Cycle Returns
168 Hook Your Car Up to the Internet
169 Space memorial firm will rocket cremated remains on the moon
170 States Reviewing Verizon-FairPoint Deal
171 Edison International In Process of Launching Photovoltaic Project on Roof Tops
172 Can a laser scanner drive a car?
173 Independent tests validate BMW Hydrogen 7 emissions well-below SULEV
174 Scientists identify a mechanism that helps fruit flies lock-in memories
175 Gray Wolf Hunts Planned After De-Listing
176 Antelope in Mongolia Under Threat
177 Tenn. Zoo Breeds Endangered Frogs
178 Early living together, marriage and parenting benefits some young adults
179 Yeast in an Egg Shell
180 Bat and vaccine breakthrough in fight against Ebola, Marburg
181 Small Hospitals Push to Do Heart Work
182 Warnings of Lead in Venison Irk Hunters
183 Major Cities Go Dark for Earth Hour
184 Gray Wolf Hunts Planned After De-Listing
185 Probing Question: How were the Egyptian pyramids built?
186 Ancient weapons dug up in India
187 Crusaders left genetic signature in Lebanon
188 'Humane' bird hunt season under fire
189 Critics damn plans for Mekong River
190 Vets took pill linked to Gulf syndrome
191 Desalination, recycling for SE Qld
192 Plastic threat to sea life 'exaggerated'
193 Keepers dangle forbidden fruit to polish pandas' mating skills
194 Whaling olive branch to Japan
195 Census predicts shark jump
196 Warming creates giant iceberg
197 Bear cub a Knut for human attention
198 Rodents taught to use tools
199 Canada puts blood rule for seal hunt
200 Swimmers happier in another skin