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1 Teams prepare for weather Olympics
2 The other of invention
3 Science submits to nagging
4 No pole too far if mood takes
5 Hepatitis B experts at loggerheads
6 One tick red meat can do without
7 Colliding with nature's best-kept secrets
8 Data recovered from Columbia disaster
9 Device lets ships hear whale chatter, avoid strikes
10 Mortal Kombat's creator: 'Dramatic' changes for game
11 If I kill an animal, can I eat it raw?
12 How can I tell if a bug is edible?
13 Finally! Movies on my PC the same day they're on DVD.
14 California museums tell the history of computing
15 At MIT, low-tech inventions with a high impact
16 Chile or Bust: Tracing the path of the first Americans
17 EarthTalk: How to recycle those threadbare duds
18 Video simulates a spectacular supernova
19 Probe finds missing baryonic matter
20 More safety questions over Taser stun guns
21 Do Alcohol Hand Sanitizers Really Work? [et al.]
22 VW, Sanyo to develop lithium-ion battery: paper
23 Music biz hopes device upgrades boost mobile sector
24 RIM's new BlackBerry Bold targets business market
25 The Stats Explain Why We Don't Read Banner Ads (And What We Can Do)
26 Paper is passe for tech-savvy South Koreans
27 Australian pokes shark in eye during attack
28 Genetic sleuths unmask secrets of big tomatoes
29 Neil Young gets new honor--his own spider
30 Ivory Coast seeks $1 mln for three-headed coconut tree
31 In-Body Sensors Could Warn Doctors
32 Spielberg's Blockbuster Game Hits the Market
33 Powerset Unveils Test Version of Google-killer
34 Make Your Own Phone-call Getaways
35 Australian Pokes Shark in Eye During Attack
36 New Top-of-the-Line BlackBerry Doubles Screen Resolution
37 Tech on Deck: Gunning for the 'Gaptop'
38 Cablevision, Not Murdoch, Buying Newsday
39 Court to Hear Families on Vaccine-Autism Link
40 When Big Breasts Are a Big Pain
41 Tiny tubes, rocket fuel soup up motors
42 Mercury's core may have iron showers
43 Chile fears effects of volcanic ash
44 Microwaves 'cook ballast aliens'
45 Giant panda hope for Scottish zoo
46 Frigid robot eyes top tech prize
47 Antidote to lethal germ 'closer'
48 Cannibal theory for locust swarms
49 Amazon's future in delicate balance
50 Power-hungry IT firms change focus
51 Hacker leaks 6m Chileans' records
52 Microsoft boosts XP on budget PCs
53 The healing power of computers
54 France may breathalyse clubbers
55 Mentally ill 'go without food'
56 Diabetes 'is no extra road risk'
57 MPs debating embryology changes
58 Japanese smokers to face age test
59 A philosophical approach to illness
60 Broadband: other countries do it better, but how?
61 What A New OS Needs [et al.]
62 What Google Knows About Spam
63 How to Love a LEGO Lunatic
64 Figuring Out What's In Your Food
65 Windows XP SP3 Adds 10% Performance Boost, Tests Show
66 XP Update Ushers In Fresh Round of Bugaboos
67 Company claims Windows Vista less secure than Windows 2000
68 BlackBerry Gets 'Bold' With New High-End 3G Smartphone
69 Google Steps Into Data Portability Dance With Friend Connect
70 Google brings Friend Connect to the masses
71 Powerset Launches Showcase For User Search Experience
72 First Impressions: Searching with Powerset
73 Powerset Debuts With Search of Wikipedia
74 Powerset's search: Does it deliver?
75 Web start-up unveils semantic Wikipedia search tool
76 Mac Notebook Catches Suspects In Laptop Theft
77 AMD Unveils Five Energy-Efficient Server Processors
78 AMD Launches Low-Power Opterons
79 AMD rolls out low-power quad-core Opteron CPUs
80 India, Australia get multiple iPhone carriers
81 SingTel to offer iPhone out East; TIM chief says 3G model in June
82 Apple Gets More iPhone Partners In Asia, AmTech Ups Estimates
83 SingTel, Bharti, Globe and Optus Reach Deal to Offer Apple's iPhone
84 Apple iPhone No Longer Exclusive In Australia, India
85 Eye-Fi introduces new products
86 Eye-Fi Adds Geotagging And Hotspot Support
87 U.S. sold 3,500 fake networking parts
88 Court Orders Facebook To Turn Info On Fake Profile Author
89 Judge orders Facebook to disclose user information
90 Facebook Sued By Angry Principal
91 Let's See Microsoft Innovate Its Way Out of This
92 In Hindsight: Want Microsoft, Yahoo news? Just Google it [et al.]
93 Bringing Health Care Closer to Home is Key to Saving Children's Lives
94 Unprecedented Collision with Pelican Sends Woman to Hospital
95 Lab Tests Show No Serious Infectious Illness on Via Rail Train
96 Canadian Health Officials Now Say No Outbreak On Via Rail Train
97 New Clues to How Proteins Dissolve and Crystallize
98 Religion and the Narrative of Biological Science
99 Human vision inadequate for research on bird vision
100 Beyond nutrition--plants deliver
101 Are Anxiety Disorders All in the Mind?
102 Arsenic-based therapy shown to help eradicate leukemia-initiating cells
103 How embryonic stem cells develop into tissue-specific cells demonstrated
104 Ancient protein offers clues to killer condition
105 Can feces save the species?
106 Model shows how mutation tips biochemistry to cause Alzheimer's
107 Got sugar? Skeletal muscle development responds to nutrient availability
108 Fish diet to avoid fights
109 Fruit fly avoidance mechanism could lead to new ways to control pain in humans
110 Female concave-eared frogs draw mates with ultrasonic calls
111 Human ageing gene found in flies
112 Lombrana: "Our work involves the oxidation of contaminants as if we were burning them in the water itself"
113 ISU researcher performs first veterinary corneal implant procedure in U.S.
114 Memory lane: Older persons with more schooling spend fewer years with cognitive loss
115 Study: Kids Think Eyeglasses Make Other Kids Look Smart
116 Phantoms in the brain: Pain after amputation
117 Think before you drink, says University research
118 Texting costs are 'out of this world'
119 Face-to-face or Facebook?
120 Robot Surgeon Gets a Brain
121 NORAD: Watching the Skies for 50 Years
122 Piece of Missing Cosmic Matter Found
123 Death Toll in China Quake May Be 5,000
124 Nasal Irrigation Can Help Fight Spring Allergies
125 Wetsuit's Inventor Dies
126 How the Spice Trade Changed the World
127 Why Do People Sleepwalk?
128 Massive Quake Rattles China, Nearly 9,000 Dead
129 Inca Skull Surgeons Were "Highly Skilled," Study Finds
130 Antarctic Melt Releasing DDT, Tainting Penguins
131 Volcano's Deadly Ash Harming Stranded Animals in Chile
132 1,000 Ancient Tombs, Unique Remains Found in Colombia
133 Open-air demo supports UK embryo research
134 The hot new nanotech: testing chilies
135 Comment: Here come the designer babies
136 Vending machine can spot a youthful face
137 When burning gas is good for the planet
138 Invention: Anti-scar bandage [et al.]
139 How the brain detects the emotions of others
140 Enzyme-coated plastic could mean self-cleaning fabrics
141 Treatment hope for killer pregnancy condition
142 Rats feel peer pressure too
143 Stigma helps AIDS flourish in Russia
144 Study: Kids Think Eyeglasses Make Other Kids Look Smart
145 Researchers Using Fruit to Aid the Sun's Work
146 Too Hot to Handle! Scientists Identify Heat Sensing Regulator