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1 The More We Know About Genes, the Less We Understand
2 MySpace Music Sees Major Money in Free Tunes
3 Google Hits It Out of the Ballpark: Q1 Profit up 30 Percent
4 Soundproof a Room (From Wired How-To Wiki)
5 Crackdown on cell phones on public transit ignites debate
6 Scientists Build World's Smallest Transistor, Gordon Moore Sighs With Relief
7 Safari Update Fixes Serious Security Flaws
8 Google Maps Peers Into The Future With New Traffic Predictions
9 Apple Backs Off Slightly on Aggressive Software Update Tactics
10 March the warmest on record over world land surfaces
11 Rare giant turtle found in Vietnam
12 Borneo's pygmy elephants may hail from Java: WWF
13 Tiny magnets used in anti-cancer gene therapy
14 N/A
15 Germany touts wood residue, straw and sour milk as biofuel sources
16 Prozac might cure "lazy eye," scientists say
17 Study links incontinence drugs with memory problems
18 Dad's early obesity tied to liver disease in kids
19 One-day valacyclovir effective for genital herpes
20 New HPV Vaccine Promising in Mice
21 Hawaii working to link its food chain
22 Older diabetics struggle with blood sugar control
23 Despite myth, old age is the happiest time, research says
24 Health Tip: Talking to a Person With Alzheimer's Disease
25 Gleevec Pushes Advanced Melanoma Into Remission
26 Mouth Swab May One Day Diagnose Lung Cancer
27 Prozac Makes Old Brain Cells Young
28 Pentagon-funded research into regrowing limbs lost in war
29 Our Brains May Be More Unisex Than Realized
30 What happens when you pop a quantum balloon?
31 Virtual Digital Libraries--Ad Hoc Encyclopedias For The 21st Century
32 Is 'Distant Healing' For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome A Real Treatment?
33 Akt May Mean Better Cancer Treatments Using Sugar
34 'Oldest sculpture' found in Morocco
35 Is Psystar's Mac Clone Just a Scam?
36 Flu shot gave modest protection against A strains but none against B this year
37 S.Korea reports new bird flu, sees worst in years
38 Study: "Extinct" Elephants Still Alive
39 Titanic Sank Due to 'Weak Rivets'
40 Boeing's Composite Problem
41 Tuning Terahertz
42 Battling Ethanol-Propelled Food Prices
43 Gravity Wave Smoking Gun Fizzles
44 Osmium Tracks Earth Impacts
45 Russia To Build New Space Center In The Far East
46 Tunable metamaterial zips 'terahertz gap'
47 German whizzkid got it wrong: NASA
48 Enhances Online Real Estate Search By Including Parcel Boundaries
49 MyAthlete Successfully Tests GTX's gpVector Real-Time GPS Tracking Platform
50 Ice Sheet 'Plumbing System' Found: Lakes Of Meltwater Can Crack Greenland's Ice And Contribute To Faster Ice Sheet Flow
51 Lizards Undergo Rapid Evolution After Introduction To A New Home
52 Presumed Extinct Javan Elephants May Have Been Found Again--In Borneo
53 Stellar Birth In The Galactic Wilderness
54 Clues To Ancestral Origin Of Placenta Emerge In Genetics Study
55 Drifting Star Discovered: Implications For Star And Planet Formation Theory
56 Flu Viruses Take One-way Ticket Out Of Asia, Then Travel The World
57 Jet Streams Are Shifting And May Alter Paths Of Storms And Hurricanes
58 Worst Offenders For Carbon Dioxide Emissions: Top 20 US Counties Identified
59 How Big Is Your Brain? Its Size May Protect You From Memory Loss
60 Inherited Cancer Mutation Is Widespread In America
61 Millions Of Pounds Of Trash Found On Ocean Beaches
62 Immunotherapy: Enlisting The Immune System To Fight Cancer
63 Flu Tracked To Viral Reservoir In Tropics
64 Early Clinical Trial Results Back New Drug For Melanoma
65 Are Humans Hardwired For Fairness?
66 World's Oldest Living Tree--9550 years old--Discovered In Sweden
67 Gravity Wave 'Smoking Gun' Fizzles: Gravitational Radiation Can Be Produced More Than One Way
68 Mixing Farm Animal Waste Just Right To Make Energy
69 Chromium's Hidden Magnetic Talents Discovered
70 The Archimedes Codex unpeeled by modern technological sleuthing
71 The neuroscience delusion
72 Maurizio Seracini: An Engineer Takes On the Art Experts
73 Pittsburgh Museum To Open Robot Exhibition
74 Weak rivets a possible key to Titanic's doom
75 Scientists channel lightning with ground-based lasers
76 Mangrove project creates hope
77 Robots, our new friends electric?
78 Sydney harbours missing malaria link
79 Seeing the light
80 Girls on top [Spear-throwers of the world, unite!]
81 Diabetes Brake
82 Sex and Financial Risk Linked in Brain
83 Powerful starquakes ripple around the Sun
84 Dam removal increases property values
85 Researchers have identified, characterised ovarian cancer stem cells
86 Scientists find clue to cataract formation
87 Research finds mice can sense oxygen through skin
88 Antidepressants enhance neuronal plasticity in the visual system
89 Study Sees an Advantage for Algae Species in Changing Oceans
90 Physicists Renew Claim, in New Experiment, of Detecting Dark Matter Particles
91 Some Plankton Thrive With More CO2
92 A Drought in Australia, a Global Shortage of Rice
93 France: No Takers on the Triceratops
94 At Indian Preserves, Tigers Remain King as People Are Coaxed Out
95 Canada Likely to Label Plastic Ingredient 'Toxic'
96 Essay: Gauging a Collider's Odds of Creating a Black Hole
97 In Weak Rivets, a Possible Key to Titanic's Doom
98 New Ways to Store Solar Energy for Nighttime and Cloudy Days
99 Technology Smooths the Way for Home Wind-Power Turbines
100 Who Are We? Coming of Age on Antidepressants
101 Essay: Open Wide: Pioneer Dentist Gets His Due
102 Raves (Yes, It's True) for New Hearing Aid
103 Alternatives for the Final Disposition
104 Adored, Deplored and Ubiquitous
105 Black hole sheds light on a galaxy
106 Swedish researchers find hole in 'flawless' encryption technology
107 Can three-photon absorption lead to better bio-imaging?
108 Solar flares set the Sun quaking
109 The new shape of music: Music has its own geometry, researchers find
110 Graphene used to create world's smallest transistor
111 Researchers Make Breakthrough in Nanotechnology by Uncovering Conductive Property of Carbon-based Molecules
112 Cancer patients try untested drugs in Britain
113 Feds seek more time for decision on listing polar bears
114 FCC wrangles over 'Net neutrality' issue
115 Lizards Undergo Rapid Evolution after Introduction to a New Home
116 What happens when you pop a quantum balloon?
117 Lakes of meltwater can crack Greenland's ice and contribute to faster ice sheet flow
118 Mars radar opens up a planet's third dimension
119 Study links incontinence drugs with memory problems
120 Locating a 'Free Choice' Brain Circuit
121 Antidepressants enhance neuronal plasticity in the visual system
122 Scientists discover how nanocluster contaminants increase risk of spreading
123 Fast AFM probes measure multiple properties of biomolecules or materials simultaneously
124 New nanotube sensor can continuously monitor minute amounts of insulin
125 The Ultimate Test of Atom and Neutron Neutrality
126 Atomic-Level Mechanisms of Phase-Change Memory Materials Revealed
127 Physicists model how we form opinions
128 Innovative Composite Opens Terahertz Frequencies to Many Applications
129 Ceramic, heal thyself
130 A step toward circuits for terahertz computing
131 Researchers discover chromium's hidden magnetic talents
132 From cartilage to fruit-fly wings, physicist studies 'squishiness' in everyday things
133 Seeing clearly despite the clouds
134 Chicago to test water for drugs
135 Norway may halt salmon fishing season
136 March the warmest on record over world land surfaces
137 New study validates hurricane prediction
138 The Moon and the Magnetotail
139 NASA Statement on Student Asteroid Calculations
140 New NASA Moon Mission Begins Integration of Science Instruments
141 The next step in robot development is child's play
142 Review: Avoid snarl of USB cables with Eye-Fi photo reader
143 Researchers devise new method for protecting private data
144 Get mobile, get promoted
145 Blockbuster sued over Facebook ad feature
146 NBC Universal, ad agency to create product-centered programs
147 Barbary monkeys going ape on Gibraltar
148 Female mice can identify inbred males by their scent
149 Green Gel: Hybrid material made from polymers and proteins fluoresces and respnods to pH value and temperature
150 Study finds mercury in birds near polluted rivers
151 Researcher finds fossilized shell-breaking crab
152 The solution to pollution is not eating spiders
153 Scientists deconstruct process of bacterial division
154 Sold to US collector: one three-horned dinosaur skeleton
155 Yellowstone bison deal opens new access to land
156 Researchers look to make environmentally friendly plastics
157 New research shows slight of hand is not so slight
158 URI analysis of rare textiles from Honduras ruins suggests Mayans produced fine fabrics
159 Protein role in meiosis re-evaluated by researchers
160 Dam removal increases property values
161 Alone in the Ivory Tower
162 New molecule could be key to anti-heart attack drug
163 EU sees 'super bugs' as major public health challenge
164 Researchers discover a method for clamping down on a cancer-promoting enzyme
165 Major discovery in the treatment of aortic valve stenosis
166 Healthcare worker diagnosed with TB
167 Patients receive heart valve replacements without surgery using high-tech device
168 Breast cancers behave differently before and after the age of 70
169 Depression stigma in the eye of the older beholder
170 Probing question: Is the mid-life crisis a myth?
171 Researchers find potential in yeast for selecting Lou Gehrig's disease drugs
172 Report describes first targeted therapy to produce remission of metastatic melanoma
173 Vitamin D and breast cancer risk
174 Supermarkets' power desertifies our diets
175 New vaccine may give long-term defense against deadly bird flu and its variant forms
176 MU researchers find clue to cataract formation
177 Ovarian cancer stem cells identified, characterized
178 Researchers reveal communication tactics used by sexual predators to entrap children
179 Readily available treatment could help prevent heart disease in kidney patients
180 Inherited cancer mutation is widespread in America
181 Study: Impact Exercise Increases Bone Mass, Decreases Fracture Risk
182 Migraine frequency linked with women's risk of cardiovascular disease