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1 Food supplies 'threatened' by reliance on water abroad
2 Carmaker in front could soon be Toyota
3 Nuclear fuel reprocessing: A cure that's worse than the disease?
4 Extreme Makeover, Arthropod Edition
5 Mars Science Laboratory faces technical problems
6 British experts recreate face of German composer Bach 250 years on
7 World Wide Fund for Nature: Austria's brown bears vanishing
8 Researcher: Viking era fashions were colourful and revealing
9 Forget whales, dugongs are the ones on the brink
10 Deadly mushrooms, cute lizards, in full Internet form Tuesday
11 Enjoying Kimchi in Space
12 New Roads in the Amazon May Deliver Disease
13 Watching Peru's Oceans for Cholera Cues
14 Taking the Pain Out of Cooking with Onions
15 A Donkey's Tale: When Urban Sprawl Encroaches
16 Creative Play Makes for Kids in Control
17 Lessons from America's Tropical Epidemic
18 Long-lost Siberian crater found?
19 McDonald's Redesigns Deadly Lids
20 Antarctic may hold the future of archaeology
21 Supergreenhouse Climate Mystery
22 Doctors study man with remarkable memory
23 Scientists can tell date of birth by looking into eyes
24 Plate tectonics on a planet far, far away
25 Pandemic Hot Spots Map a Path to Prevention
26 Space junk often hits Earth, not us
27 Jelly Propulsion
28 Benign--Not: Unexpected deaths in probiotics study
29 'Predictably Irrational': Keeping (too many) options open
30 Shuttle Endeavour Set For March 11 Launch Of Japanese Station Module
31 Mars Express One Of Three Orbiters Preparing For Phoenix Landing
32 Study casts doubt on Mars water find
33 US Experiment Takes The Lead In The Competitive Race To Find Dark Matter
34 Seeing Red
35 Opportunity Proceeds With Caution On Sandy Slopes
36 NASA shows off a moon robot
37 Boeing GPS Ground Control System Keeps Navigation Satellites Operational
38 Japanese scientists eye new planet
39 Lockheed Martin Completes Rigorous Test Of First Advanced Military Communications Satellite
40 Pentagon hoping no sore losers in lucrative aircraft bid
41 Betting On Tanks To Control The Battlefield Part Two
42 Famed geneticist creating life form that turns CO2 to fuel
43 Xcel Energy Launches Groundbreaking Wind-to-Battery Project
44 Analysis: New cyber chief faces Hill anger
45 New Research Suggests Biofuel Blending Is Often Inaccurate
46 Renewable Energy On A Fast Track
47 Suicidal Anorexics: Determined to Die?
48 The Science of Experience
49 Rats' Whiskers Have Feelings, Too
50 Creating a Cord-Blood Lifeline
51 Can Airplanes Fly on Biofuel?
52 Japan Looks to a Robot Future
53 Orderly Universe: Evidence of God?
54 Water on Mars? Not So Fast
55 Prolific Spammer's Conviction Upheld
56 Crocodile feeding frenzy filmed
57 Girls Get Geekier
58 Billy and the kid [and other "Quirkies" (strange stories)]
59 EPA: Calif.'s Climate Crisis Not Unique
60 Schwarzenegger Kicks Off Fitness Expo
61 Wikileaks Ruling Leaves Big Questions Unanswered
62 Judge: Wikileaks gets its domain name back
63 US judge restores Wikileaks website
64 Microsoft's Google-killer strategy: Finally on the way?
65 What happens next for high-definition DVDs?
66 Rumor: Blu-ray drives coming to Macs
67 On March 11, Endeavour Will Fly First Kibo Mission
68 Pembroke, Manchester, R.I., schools win robotics competition
69 Teens' robots battle for digital supremacy at regional competition
70 McKinley robotics team nabs gold
71 Internet Safety Task Force To Protect Teens From Online Attacks
72 Apple Is Transparent in Bid To Broaden iPhone's Reach
73 Report: Apple to retain tight control over iPhone apps
74 iPhone, SDK and Enterprise: has the Apple grown into a smartphone?
75 Apple will lock down third-party application distribution with iPhone SDK
76 Apple's fine line and what it means for you
77 Reports: Apple To Control Applications Created With iPhone SDK
78 Operation 'Cisco Raider' Nets $76 Million In Fake Gear
79 Counterfeit Cisco Gear Seized
80 Feds Seize $78M of Bogus Chinese Cisco Gear
81 Microsoft Cuts Vista Price; Operation Cisco Raider; Estonia's Worst Laptop
82 Outspoken scientist dismissed from panel on chemical safety
83 Removal from review panel stirs defenders of Maine scientist
84 N/A
85 It seems that independent EPA safety boards may not be independent at all
86 Mobile phones sales top 1 billion as Apple enters top 10
87 Nokia Retains Lead as Mobile-Phone Sales Soar
88 Local lynx survival in doubt
89 Heparin Linked to More Deaths
90 Blood-Thinning Drug Under Suspicion
91 Flood of drugs, little oversight
92 At the core of snowflakes, bacteria
93 New Evidence: Germs Cause Rain
94 Sleep? Sorry, Too Tired To Worry About It
95 Sleeping comes easy for most living in Hawaii
96 American adults may not get enough rest or sleep
97 Minn.: Wells Once Thought Tainted Safe
98 Glaxo's Tykerb goes head-to-head with Herceptin
99 Roche says Herceptin approved in Japan for breast cancer
100 Herceptin Gets Approved for Breast Cancer in Japan
101 Judge: Patients Cannot Sue Federal Gov't
102 Transplant surgeon's actions defended
103 Organ Harvest Case: Expert clarifies surgeon's role
104 Trader Joe's sprouts are recalled
105 Alfalfa sprouts recalled, may be contaminated with Salmonella
106 Short RNA strand helps exposed skin cells protect body from bacteria, dehydration and even cancer
107 Researchers discover novel way to develop tumor vaccines
108 Scientists uncover further steps leading to celiac disease
109 Australian drought easing but not over: experts
110 Commercial rocket schedule delayed
111 Navy Sonar Ban in Southern Calif. Upheld
112 Venezuelan Expedition Reaches Antarctica
113 Adult stem cell changes underlie rare genetic disease associated with accelerated aging
114 Sea turtles begin annual nesting in Fla.
115 Hebridean farmers: Fewer mink, more rats
116 Indonesian father and son suspected of bird flu infection: doctor
117 A similarity in the meaning of sleep quality between insomniacs, normal sleepers
118 Kilogram Is Losing Weight: Redefine Kilogram Based On Universal Constants, Scientists Urge
119 N/A
120 Protein Protects Lung Cancer Cells From Efforts To Fix Or Kill Them
121 Why Juniper Trees Can Live On Less Water
122 Mathematicians Prove New Way To Build A Better Estimate
123 Newly Discovered Antibody Can Potently Neutralize Two Viruses, Study Shows
124 Michelin Gives Stars, but Tokyo Turns Up Nose
125 My Forbidden Fruits (and Vegetables)
126 Tapping Into Homes Can Be Pitfall for the Elderly
127 Court Upholds Navy Sonar Ban Off S. Calif.