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1 A New Approach to Treating Alzheimer's
2 Low-Energy Water Filtration
3 Nanohealing Material Heads to Market
4 Seeing Clearly Despite The Clouds: New Approach Improves Atmospheric Aerosol Measurements On Cloudy Days
5 Microwave Zapping Kills Invasive Species Before The Invasion
6 Female Concave-eared Frogs Draw Mates With Ultrasonic Calls
7 Human Aging Gene Found In Flies
8 Magnet Lab Researchers Make Observing Cell Functions Easier
9 'Early Birds' Adapt To Climate Change
10 'Wall Paper Peeling Mystery' Explained By Physicists
11 Bread Mold May Unlock Secret To Eliminating Disease-causing Genes
12 Why Emotional Memories Of Traumatic Life Events Are So Persistent
13 How One Mutation Tips Biochemistry To Cause Alzheimer's Disease
14 Hot-air Balloon Research May Improve Tornado Predictions
15 How T Cell's Machinery Dials Down Autoimmunity
16 Coastal Waters Show Decline In Contaminants Over 20-Year Period
17 Kids Think Eyeglasses Make Other Kids Look Smart
18 Men Are More Likely Than Women To Crave Alcohol When They Feel Negative Emotions
19 Mutant Gene Causes Epilepsy, Intellectual Disability In Women
20 Beekeepers Report Continued Heavy Losses From Colony Collapse Disorder
21 Scientists Endure Arctic For Last Campaign Prior To CryoSat-2 Launch
22 Genetics Confirm Oral Traditions Of Druze In Israel
23 One Third of Hospital Toilets Not Properly Cleaned: C. Difficile Germs Linger
24 World CO2 levels at record high, scientists warn
25 Smart vending: If you're wrinkly enough, you're old enough
26 Mother Sues Town After Child Steps In Dog Dropping
27 Scientist team creates first GM human embryo
28 Postage Rates Go Up Today
29 Study: Older Brains Don't Benefit From Painkillers
30 Face-to-face or Facebook?
31 Sniffing dogs help monitor and protect threatened animals in Brazil
32 Oxidation of contaminants as if they got burnt in the water itself
33 Think before you drink, say health psychologists
34 Arsenic-based therapy shown to help eradicate leukaemia initiating cells
35 Identifying abnormal protein levels in diabetic retinopathy
36 Ancient protein offers clues to killer condition
37 Quantum Cryptography: Researchers Break 'Unbreakable' Crypto
38 New Idea in Mortuary Science: Dissolving Bodies With Lye
39 Venturing to Venus
40 Microsoft tries to put a ceiling on ultra-low-cost PC power
41 HIV Prevention Message Failing
42 Biodiversity: It's In The Water
43 Seeing Alzheimer's amyloids
44 What's the difference between a human and a fruit fly?
45 The Science of Scotch
46 Edible Antifreeze
47 As Gas Prices Rise, So Does Public Transit Usage
48 Studying "Fight or Flight" At the Cellular Level
49 A Molten Blizzard Beneath Mercury's Surface
50 China: An Earthquake in the Wrong Place
51 Experts: Twisters Getting Larger, Deadlier
52 Mommy Blogger's Irreverent Observations
53 Beautiful Butterflies
54 Genetically Modified Human Embryo Stirs Criticism
55 Study: Older Brains Don't Benefit From Painkillers
56 Hookah Smoking Popular With the College Crowd
57 Study Links Air Pollution to Blood Clots in Veins
58 Court to Hear Families on Vaccine-Autism Link
59 Olympian effort to track Games rain
60 It might take just two to fool a crowd
61 Tibetan tectonics triggered China quake
62 Precise Alignment to Quantum Dots
63 Black holes not black after all
64 Genetically modified human embryo stirs criticism
65 When following the leader can lead into the jaws of death
66 Researchers synthesize molecule with self-control
67 Seeing Alzheimer's amyloids
68 MIT students show power of open cell phone systems
69 Possible Mechanism for Enormous Electromechanical Response
70 Biochips can detect cancers before symptoms develop
71 What's the difference between a human and a fruit fly?
72 Partnerships of Deep-Sea Methane Scavengers Revealed
73 Space Station Tricorder
74 Study: Older brains don't benefit from painkillers
75 Hot climate could shut down plate tectonics
76 Ancient protein offers clues to killer condition
77 Designing bug perception into robots
78 Fish diet to avoid fights
79 Microwave zapping kills invasive species before the invasion
80 'Super yeasts' produce 300 times more protein than previously possible
81 New study shows how T cell's machinery dials down autoimmunity
82 New clues to how proteins dissolve and crystallize
83 Space scientist says texting is four times more expensive than receiving scientific data from space
84 Model shows how mutation tips biochemistry to cause Alzheimer's
85 New top-of-the-line BlackBerry doubles screen resolution
86 Hacker splashes data from six million Chileans on Internet: report
87 Federal government taps NC State experts to explain nanotech risks
88 Intense Testing Paved Phoenix Road to Mars
89 Astronauts say there must be life in space
90 EU says car pollution targets unworkable: report
91 New Water Reclamation System Headed for Duty on Space Station
92 Oil powered Norway gradually turns into the wind
93 Eruptions subside at Sicily's Mount Etna
94 Japan aims to cut emissions by 60-80% by 2050: reports
95 Apple: iPhone sold out online in US, UK (Update)
96 Beaver-like robots face off in annual MIT contest
97 Quad-Core AMD Opteron Processor Family Expands with New Low-Power Options
98 3 indicted in US for hacking into restaurant computer system
99 Use of wind energy expected to grow dramatically
100 Clear Channel, banks, buyers in settlement talks
101 HP in talks to buy EDS in deal reportedly worth $12B to $13B
102 Google joins effort to make more Web sites more sociable
103 Tesla's electric sports car aiming at Europe market
104 Next generation of business software could get more fun
105 Microsoft exec Jeff Raikes to run Gates Foundation (Update)
106 Face-to-face or Facebook?
107 Researchers find natural section favors parasite fitness over host health
108 Scientists probe recent coyote attacks in California
109 Mo. biologists to study snake movement, mortality
110 Human vision inadequate for research on bird vision
111 Women, minorities more prone to filing grievances
112 New process may convert toxic computer waste into safe products
113 How embryonic stem cells develop into tissue-specific cells demonstrated
114 Identifying abnormal protein levels in diabetic retinopathy
115 Can feces save the species?
116 British colonial past no protection from corruption
117 Maths plus 'geeky' images equals deterred students
118 Religion and the narrative of biological science
119 Got sugar? Skeletal muscle development responds to nutrient availability
120 Borrowers who complete homeownership education programs make better refinancing decisions
121 Carnegie Mellon engineering researchers automate analysis of protein patterns
122 New approach to protect the hearts of patients with muscular dystrophy
123 Electrode re-implantation helps some Parkinson's disease patients
124 New MRI technique developed at UT Southwestern detects subtle but serious brain injury
125 Mutant gene causes epilepsy, intellectual disability in women
126 Are anxiety disorders all in the mind?
127 Both boys and girls negatively affected by sexual harassment
128 Memory lane: Older persons with more schooling spend fewer years with cognitive loss
129 Prism glasses expand the view for patients with hemianopia
130 5 more children die of virus in China
131 MS can affect children's IQ, thinking skills
132 High blood pressure, high cholesterol may be associated with retinal vascular disease
133 Glypican-3 gene function in regulating body size helps inform novel cancer treatments
134 Anti-inflammatory drugs do not improve cognitive function in older adults
135 Human aging gene found in flies
136 Research shows timing improves cleft palate surgery
137 ISU researcher performs first veterinary corneal implant procedure in US
138 Think before you drink, says research
139 All poultry in Seoul killed after bird flu outbreak
140 Homeless youth need more than treatment for substance abuse, study says
141 End-stage dementia patients deserve the same access to palliative care as people with cancer
142 Key step in the 'puncture' mechanism of cell death revealed
143 Study: Kids think eyeglasses make other kids look smart
144 Quit smoking message not getting air time in mental health care
145 Men are more likely than women to crave alcohol when they feel negative emotions
146 QuarkXPress 8 to target Adobe's Creative Suite this August
147 New Time Machine option in 10.5.3; Boston store opens Thursday
148 New deals seen tripling Apple's addressable market for iPhone
149 From Vista to Zune: Why Microsoft Can't Sell to Consumers
150 iPhone Black? It's a placeholder...
151 Say, "Cheese"
152 RIM's BlackBerry is in for a bruising
153 RUMOR: Next-gen Apple iPhone imminent; new Multi-Touch 'iTablet' due in June
154 Macs and speech
155 Display sleep trick
156 Montage 1.4
157 Apple gives in on iTunes flexible pricing