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1 Quarantined train arrives in Toronto, passengers relieved
2 Ethanol as cause of food crisis 'flat-out wrong'
3 DNA, bacteria, chaos lead students to International Science Fair
4 Home-grown strawberries are full of flavor
5 New Evidence About Earliest Americans Supports Coastal Migration Theory
6 Robotic cameras will probe U.S. ships from War of 1812
7 Egyptian elite tombs accessible for all
8 Computed Radiography System Helps Uncover Secrets From The Past
9 Shift From Savannah to Sahara Was Gradual, Research Suggests
10 Italian builders uncover 2,000-year-old tombs
11 Jiroft is the ancient city of Marhashi: U.S. scholar
12 Irish Viking trade centre unearthed
13 Archaeologists uncover caveman bling
14 Did Comets Cause Ancient American Extinctions?
15 Save water to avoid eating you neighbour
16 .org owners facing 10% hike in registration fees this fall
17 New quantum dot logic gates a step towards quantum computers
18 Piracy now "public nuisance" in Los Angeles County
19 Nokia aiming to reinvent itself as an "Internet company"
20 How Viacom can sink the pirates
21 Skype hangs up on appeal, will fully comply with GPL
22 If music DRM is dead, the RIAA expects its resurrection
23 China refuses to guarantee open Internet during Olympics
24 FCC 2.0: Change we can believe in?
25 Alluring MP3s, movies hit LimeWire, install malware instead
26 Top Dems demand FCC review of Pentagon fake news
27 Judge delivers fast smackdown to RIAA on P2P counterclaim
28 EarthLink to Philly: Run your own WiFi or we'll shut it down
29 First look: 3.0 beta a big step forward
30 Seaweed remains feed Chilean settlement theory
31 Cyclone 'is a sign of things to come'
32 Platypus at the peak of weird science
33 Volcanic ash blankets South America
34 Toad battle plan pushes youth forward
35 Outrage at Grand Canyon uranium plans
36 Work on nuclear fusion heats up
37 Who killed the gropers?
38 Massive guitar for sale
39 Teens desecrate grave to make pot pipe from skull
40 Lightbulb that's burned for 107 years
41 Giant working NES controller/coffee table
42 Kids' game adds 500-1000 words to its forbidden list every day
43 Batman in Vietnamese
44 HOWTO detect hidden video cameras
45 House passes bill that will let the RIAA take away your home for downloading music
46 Using a record-cutter to turn old CDs into 45 RPM singles
47 RIAA says DRM is coming back--in the future, you won't own music
48 Mobile phones alter brain behavior?
49 Origins of exercise equipment
50 Baby birds' babbling finally makes sense
51 Tree of life continues to evolve
52 There's more to the eye than meets the eye [et al.]
53 A life of unexpected twists takes her from farm to math department
54 Designer isotopes push frontiers
55 Musical genes may be coming to light
56 Gene therapy: success at last
57 A mouse in the house: Reading the signals of urine
58 Dangerous Unconventional Pets
59 Just How 'Green' Is That Shirt?
60 Lawmakers Want to Regulate Violent Video Games
61 Data From Columbia Disk Drives Survived the Shuttle Accident
62 How Iron Man Was Trounced by a Scruffy Car Thief
63 Conservationists Make Most of Real Estate Crisis
64 Gates: Microsoft Will Focus on Going Its Own Way After Yahoo Deal
65 Drugs, Teens, Pot Are Dangerous Mix
66 Retailers Can Use DNA Tracing to Track Meat
67 Kick the Oil Habit and Make Your Own Ethanol
68 Ethicists Debate Ambulance for Organs
69 Medical Mystery: The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep
70 Peace Corps Boots HIV-Positive Volunteer
71 Are Bedbugs Biting Big Apple Commuters?
72 Woman Who Can't Forget Amazes Doctors
73 Cash cuts see green grants halved
74 Victorian 'supercomputer' is reborn
75 Batwa face uncertain future
76 Alarm at Google Yahoo partnering
77 Burma's emergency telecoms delay
78 Microsoft contests $1.4bn EU fine
79 The OS X desktop as music video
80 Depressed fathers 'hit learning'
81 Online Apple Stores run dry of iPhones
82 Popup Scrollbar Concept Demo
83 Western States Rebuff Plan For Italian Nuclear Waste In Utah
84 South Korea To Double Tamiflu Stockpile
85 Flu Vaccine Makers To Set New Doses Record For Next Season
86 77 More Hepatitis Cases May Trace To Clinic, Officials Say
87 Google to launch Friend Connect for the social Web
88 Facebook 'Connect' To Let Users Share Profiles
89 Virus Drama In San Francisco
90 Did you get infected? Virus runs amok amid JavaOne
91 Tech Notebook: If you had a case of JavaOne blahs, here's why
92 Moscone Center workers sickened by norovirus
93 Windows XP SP3 Is Not Bug-Free
94 No Hurry For Windows Vista And XP Service Packs
95 'Grand Theft Auto Success' Taxes IGN's Google-Powered Map
96 FBI probe nets counterfeit Chinese networking parts
97 FBI probes counterfeit China computer parts
98 Concerns raised about bogus computer parts
99 F.B.I. Says the Military Had Bogus Computer Gear
100 Stolen Laptop Helps Turn Tables on Suspects
101 Stolen Laptop Recovered, Victim Catches Thieves With Web Camera
102 Computer-shot duo due in court
103 Camera on Stolen Laptop assists Owner to Catch Thieves
104 Woman Remotely Logs in to Her Stolen Mac to Catch Thieves
105 Camera on Stolen Laptop Helps Owner Catch Thieves
106 Teen Depression Worsened by Marijuana, Government Says
107 FDA Withholds List of Chinese Heparin Suppliers From Probe
108 Proposal Would Limit Medicare-Plan Marketing
109 New rule would limit insurers contact with elderly, disabled
110 Mental Illness Translates in Billions in Lost Earnings for the US
111 Untreated Mental Health Results In Lost Earnings
112 Tallying Mental Illness' Costs
113 Mental Illness Costs U.S. Billions in Lost Earnings
114 Wisconsin Lyme disease cases up last year
115 Take Precautions To Avoid Tick Bites
116 S.F. denies claim of tiger-attack survivors
117 S.F. denies liability in tiger attack
118 Carotid Bruit May Predict Cardiovascular Risk
119 Carotid Bruit Warns Of Heart Attack Risk
120 Carotid Bruit Signals Artery Blockage, Heart Attack Risk
121 Carotid Bruit Signals Heart Attack Risk
122 Heart Attack Risk Can Be Heard as Well as Seen, Researchers Say
123 Stamp Out Hunger with the Post Office
124 Hawaii mail carriers will collect food tomorrow
125 Food Banks Need Donations
126 Development of new techniques to understand marble quality and durability
127 How body size is regulated
128 Researchers uncover mechanism of action of antibiotic able to reduce neuronal cell death in brain
129 New technique determines that the number of fat cells remains constant in all body types
130 Designer Isotopes Push the Frontier of Science
131 Scientists demonstrate method for integrating nanowire devices directly onto silicon
132 Magnet Lab researchers make observing cell functions easier
133 Berkeley Researchers Identify Photosynthetic Dimmer Switch
134 Bread mold may hold secret to eliminating disease-causing genes
135 New Cancer Gene Discovered
136 New technique measures ultrashort laser pulses at focus
137 New study shows how genes control blood proteins important to health
138 New cost-effective means to reconstruct virus populations
139 New gas sensors for monitoring carbon dioxide sinks
140 TU Delft demonstrates for the first time how light squeezes through small holes
141 Previously unseen switch regulates breast cancer response to estrogen
142 UV lotion lights the way to cleaner facilities
143 Study supports reason for concern in childhood and adolescent obesity
144 Suspected cause of type 1 diabetes caught "red-handed" for the first time
145 Scientists Identify Key Roadblock to Gene Expression
146 Surprising discovery: Multicellular response is 'all for one'
147 Stroke survivors walk better after human-assisted rehab
148 Justice in the brain: Equity and efficiency are encoded differently
149 How slow growth as a fetus can cause diabetes as an adult
150 Study offers novel insight into cardiac arrhythmias, sudden cardiac death
151 Scientists endure Arctic for last campaign prior to CryoSat-2 launch
152 Second BBVA Foundation study on the Internet in Spain
153 Warming up for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
154 Modern Ceramics Help Advance Technology
155 Computer game's high score could earn the Nobel Prize in medicine
156 NCAR Installs 76-Teraflop Supercomputer for Critical Research on Climate Change, Severe Weather
157 Tomato stands firm in face of fungus
158 Space telescope recycled for bomb detection
159 Scanning corpses reveals killer's fingerprints
160 Restaurant smoking bans stop teens getting the habit
161 Why didn't Earth freeze under faint young Sun?
162 Astronomers begin search for 'vanishing' stars
163 Five science fiction movies that get the science right
164 Cyclone survivors may have to grow their own food
165 Sea changes could warn of Day After Tomorrow scenario
166 Interview: Why I gave a teenager IVF
167 Burma cyclone was forecast four days in advance
168 Take the Bite Out of Backyard Living
169 Gas Prices Send Surge of Riders to Mass Transit
170 Chronicle of a Death Foretold
171 If Your Appliances Are Avocado, They Probably Aren't Green
172 Taming That Overwhelming Urge to Smoke
173 What's Really in That Seat-Back Pocket
174 The Uneven Playing Field
175 That Must Be Bob. I Hear His New Hip Squeaking.
176 Really? The Claim: Running Outdoors Burns More Calories
177 Gut-Wrenching