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1 Flowers Are Losing Their Smell
2 Carbon Tax: 'Off the Table'
3 Comcast Wants 'Bill of Rights' for File-Sharers and ISPs
4 Ten Weirdest Computers
5 Weather Forecasting: Myth or Reality
6 Confused About Digital TV? You're Not Alone
7 Antioxidant Study Renews Supplement Debate
8 Can 'Tree Man' Be Saved?
9 Senators Rip EPA Over Lack of Knowledge on Drugs in Water
10 Sect Members: Brainwashed or Believers?
11 YOU: Four-Step Plan to Quit Smoking
12 Safety of Water Bottles, Baby Bottles Questioned
13 Cow explosion down to humans
14 Stats show McEnroe was wrong
15 Modern farming 'harms poor and environment'
16 McEnroe overruled--by scientist
17 Forecast for big sea level rise
18 Switch paves way for super iPods
19 Euro MPs urged to save tigers
20 Standby ban 'presses wrong buttons'
21 Unsustainable World
22 Ofcom ponders future of fast net
23 iPhone price cut--weakness or strength?
24 Vitamins 'may shorten your life'
25 Japan vaccinates bird flu workers
26 Asthma equipment 'of little use'
27 France targets anorexia in media
28 The history of the BlackBerry
29 Terahertz computing may not be dead after all
30 Head-mounted camera for recording special moments
31 Chemical In Plastic Bottles May Be Toxic
32 A Dying Breed: Marsh Tackies
33 Thousands Flee Colombia Volcano Eruption
34 EPA Urges Great Lakes Residents Not To Flush Old Meds
35 Group Finds 6 Million Pounds Of Trash On World's Beaches
36 Test: Fring Brings VoIP To iPhone With Mixed Results
37 Fring brings Skype to the iPhone
38 Fring VoIP Released For iPhone
39 Fring VoIP Client Comes to iPhone
40 Fake Mac Maker Will Fight Apple, But Might Be Fake Itself
41 Psystar's OpenMac Now Is OpenComputer
42 Defiant Psystar back selling Leopard computers
43 Six Apart's 'Blog It' Application Turns Facebook Into a Fire Hose
44 Blog All You Want On Facebook with Blog It
45 Six Apart Gives Facebook Users Free Blogging Tool
46 PluggedIn Launches, Hopes To Pry Kids Loose From YouTube
47 Another YouTube Rival Comes To Life: PluggedIn
48 Music-Video Pros Challenge YouTube
49 Celebrity Music Throwdown Part 2: Will Smith and PluggedIn
50 Will Smith And Others Invest About $2 Million In Music Video Startup PluggedIn
51 Windows Vista SP1 Now Speaks 36 Languages
52 When the next big earthquake will strike
53 Wii Fit membership dues set at $90
54 Wii Fit Can Be Yours For Only $89,99
55 Starbucks and iTunes Together Again with Pick of the Week
56 Starbucks Hands Out iTunes Music For Free Once Again
57 iTunes Pick of the Week back at Starbucks stores
58 Mac User Anger at Laptop Graphics Glitch
59 Back to the Mac
60 Larger Prey Are Targets of Phishing
61 Phishing Attacks Disguised In Subpoenas Go For CEOs
62 Spear Phishing Baits CEOs With Fake Subpoenas
63 Windows XP SP3 Pegged For Release On April 21
64 Forget the Courts--Apple May Fight Mac Clones With Tech
65 Woz on Psystar OpenPro: "I like the price, so I may get one"
66 New Asus Eee 900 officially launched in Hong Kong
67 Chemical in plastic may harm human growth
68 BPA Implicated in Health Problems, US Report Says
69 Aloha Air kids may get health benefits
70 Bill would extend health insurance program to Aloha workers' children
71 Study Spurs Controversy on Vitamin Supplements
72 Vitamins can boost "rate of mortality"
73 Official health warning on risk of vitamin supplements
74 Biogas production is all in the mixing
75 New technique yields more detailed picture of chromatin structure
76 Slowly-developing primates definitely not dim-witted
77 Saliva can help diagnose heart attack, study shows
78 How and where fat is stored predicts disease risk better than weight
79 Fruit flies show how salmonella escapes immune defenses
80 Different mutations in a single gene suggests Parkinson's disease is primarily an inherited genetic disorder
81 World's oldest living tree discovered in Sweden
82 Is there anybody out there?
83 Disturbed regulation of insulin production: genome study casts new light on the origin of type 2 diabetes
84 Flu tracked to viral reservoir in tropics
85 Einstein researchers find that vitamin D may protect against peripheral artery disease
86 Scientists discover the travel patterns of seasonal flu
87 Flu viruses take one-way ticket out of Asia, then travel the world
88 New technologies offer more accurate means of diagnosis and monitoring cancer
89 Aging: how growing older affects cancer risk and outcomes
90 Alzheimer's starts earlier for heavy drinkers, smokers
91 High cholesterol in your 40s increases risk of Alzheimer's disease
92 How big is your brain? Its size may protect you from memory loss
93 Experimental Drug Shows Promise in Treating One Class of Lymphoma
94 Fast AFM probes measure multiple properties of biomolecules or materials simultaneously
95 Cone snails and plants used to develop oral drug for pain
96 Gene therapy reduces cocaine use in rats
97 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors and reduced prostate cancer risk: a mixed set of results
98 Naftidrofuryl can reduce leg pain
99 Dopamine agonists reduce motor complications in Parkinson's disease, but increase other side effects
100 Early clinical trial results back new drug for melanoma
101 Drugs in the pipeline: new therapies that could change treatment strategies
102 Getting a good night's sleep is the biggest problem for women entering the menopause
103 World-first discovery could help treat life-threatening tumors
104 Low vitamin D levels associated with an increased risk of peripheral arterial disease
105 3-D images--cordless and any time
106 Experiencing virtual products
107 Measuring in 3-D
108 I'm listening--conversations with computers
109 Model predicts motorway journey time reliability
110 Incorporating health and safety concepts in building plans reduces accident rates and costs
111 Deep-sea sharks wired for sound
112 Computer Science Fog Machine Improves Computer Graphics
113 Researchers bridge the 'terahertz gap' with new tunable metamaterial
114 Prototype terahertz imager promises biochem advances
115 'Nanodrop' test tubes created with a flip of a switch
116 NIST micro sensor and micro fridge make cool pair
117 Researchers create the first thermal nanomotor in the world
118 Boomers Miserable, Seniors Happiest
119 Bikini Atoll Corals Recovering from Atomic Blast
120 Soldiers Get Portable Lie Detectors
121 World Population to Hit 6,666,666,666 in May [& Potatoes Popular Again]
122 Economists: Big Business Needs Aristotelian Virtue
123 Most Early-Onset Dementia Not Alzheimer's
124 French Law: Thin Not In
125 Women of Polygamist Retreat Cry Foul
126 How Many People Cheat on Taxes?
127 Possible Ancient DNA Found
128 Man Loses 17th-Century Violin on Train
129 Girls Participating in Sports in Record Numbers
130 Boy Blows 213 Balloons With Nose
131 Cat Craze Out of Control
132 Robot Dials 9-1-1
133 Sky-High Ads Float Like Clouds
134 Earth's Hum Sounds More Mysterious Than Ever
135 Fix Me: Nips and Tucks Soar
136 Further delays to full Agent Orange study
137 Deal for Holy Land artefacts
138 Costa Rican biotech centre in peril
139 James Watson's genome sequenced at high speed
140 Glacial melt thaws South Asian rivalry
141 $50 million cyberchallenge for plant scientists
142 Terahertz speed circuits get closer
143 Sea levels 'will rise 1.5 metres by 2100'
144 Asthma drug can restore lost sense of smell
145 Economic crises can have health benefits
146 Shape-shifting skin to reduce drag on planes and subs
147 Flores 'hobbit' walked more like a clown than Frodo
148 NASA extends Cassini's tour of Saturn's realm
149 Prion disease spreads through sheep milk
150 Tennis line judges fluff one in ten close calls
151 Laser beams to the brain reveal seizures in real time
152 Giant quake will trash Los Angeles, say forecasters
153 Neanderthals speak out after 30,000 years
154 Bamboo 'silk' protects against UV and bugs
155 Pioneer spacecraft mystery may be laid to rest
156 Victorian pistons to cool space-age electronics
157 Sexually transmitted bug is the strongest organism
158 Dumbo didn't fly--he swam
159 Evolution: 24 myths and misconceptions
160 Bloodless Worm Sheds Light on Human Blood, Iron Deficiency
161 Sandia Licenses Its Improved Flash-bang Technology
162 Insects Evolved a Radically Different Strategy to Smell
163 How and Where Fat Is Stored Predicts Disease Risk Better than Weight
164 AFM Probes Measure Biomolecule, Material Properties
165 Early Exposure to Common Weed Killer Impairs Amphibian Growth
166 New Robots Can Provide Elder Care For Aging Baby Boomers
167 Metal Detectives: New Book Details Titanic Investigation
168 Carbon Nanotube Measurements: Latest in NIST 'How-To' Series
169 Researchers Pave the Way for Anthrax Spore Standards
170 'Nanodrop' Test Tubes Created with a Flip of a Switch
171 Prototype Terahertz Imager Promises Biochem Advances
172 Micro Sensor and Micro Fridge Make Cool Pair
173 New Method of Measuring Insulin Promises Improvements in Diabetes Treatment
174 A New Artificial Material Shows the Pathway to Improved Electronics
175 Scientists Develop Techniques for Creating Molecular Movies
176 Find Facebook Friends Without Internet Connection