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1 SKorea mobilises troops for bird flu fight
2 Myanmar government says no disease outbreaks in cyclone-hit areas
3 BPA Q&A: Plastic chemical is difficult to avoid
4 Astronomers Baffled by Bizarre Star
5 Did El Nino Aid First Trip Around Globe?
6 Man Soars Over Alps With Rocket Wing
7 US Moves to Protect Polar Bear
8 'Crazy' Ants Swarm Over Houston Area
9 Bluetongue animal vaccination starts in most of EU
10 New rumbling from Chilean volcano worries experts
11 New Milkshake Aimed at Curbing Appetite
12 Renovating a historic home
13 New look at old wounds
14 New Archaeological Discovery in Bulgaria's Hisar
15 Navy Technology to Help NOAA Find Sunken History
16 Pi, Phi and the Great Pyramid
17 Remnants of Possible Oldest Buddhist Tower Uncovered
18 The lost Ark: are the Germans on its trail?
19 Archaeologist Uses Satellite Imagery to Explore Ancient Mexico
20 Salt men of Zanjan find permanent home in Zolfaqari House
21 Silbury gives up its final secret
22 Smuggling of Yemen's Monuments Continue; Foreign Oil Experts Involved
23 Ancient Korean Song Stays Strong After 11 Centuries
24 Clue unearthed Fossil shatters previous theories about human migration to Europe, U-M researcher says
25 Medieval shipwreck found in Barcelona city centre
26 Encroachments bane of NE archaeological sites
27 From the glories of the Sistine Chapel to exhuming long-dead saints
28 From Bountiful to Barren: Rainfall Decrease Left the Sahara Out to Dry
29 1,000 Ancient Tombs, Unique Remains Found in Colombia
30 UCF Research Project Uses Technology to Revolutionize Archaeology
31 Skeletons found near historic Plains of Abraham
32 MySpace spammers given largest fine in CAN-SPAM history
33 Former security director blasts OLPC, suggests new strategy
34 Researchers: written English language will weather LOL storm
35 Quantum cryptography may not be as secure as we thought
36 Green damage bill '$3.3 trillion'
37 Cloud-seeding 'a possum threat'
38 Sloths get a move on in wild
39 Alarm at weed-kill chemical in water
40 Focus on fusion
41 The other of invention
42 Tokyo Giants baseball food is beautiful
43 Finding Cancer That Mammograms Can Miss
44 US wastes "27% of food available for consumption"
45 Monk building meditation center in California desert
46 Mechanical gas-pumps choking on $4/gal gas
47 Coupon queen spends $10/week on family groceries
48 Rubber band-war sheath--Boing Boing Gadgets
49 Physicist Ronald Mallet: Meeting the Minds. He seeks a route through time
50 Young, plump, and a great big surprise: Birth of right whale stuns researchers
51 Lockheed gets greenlight for GPS III satellites
52 Green-tech news harvest: Y2K problem for gas pumps, nitrogen worries
53 Buttered toast and Earl Grey tea, together in perfect harmony...
54 Yahoo beckons coders to gussy up search results
55 At last, a place to store your chardonnay and your hot dogs
56 Talk to the hand via 'HandTalk'
57 Whales inspire better blade designs
58 Why I like some spam in my e-mail
59 Gamers tinker with power chords
60 Horizons: What's new in sci-tech
61 Creative writing for extraterrestrials
62 Virtual schools see strong growth, calls for more oversight
63 What polar bears get from new protected status
64 Barcelona floats creative solution to water crisis
65 Cameroonian joins global quest for clean water
66 Humor helps a rare bird survive in Cambodia
67 In Colorado, an unlikely alliance against drilling
68 More signs of trouble for corn
69 Eugenics and You
70 A Large-Hearted Gentleman
71 Operation Pastorius
72 Subway Cars To Take Marine Life Passengers
73 Perfect Docking For Cargo Ship, Good Sign For Discovery?
74 Portland Oregonian: Another thing you don't see every day: a sturgeon ball.
75 Albany Times Union: Think moths etc. just attracted to lights? Maybe not so much
76 Brits go nuts: Fossil parrots found near Norway. Could have been blue.
77 ABC Australia, Telegraph: Eek. How'd that gecko get into that egg?
78 Wall St. Journal, iTWire, more: Why in Einstein's and Newton's names are those spacecraft drifting off course?
79 Bird-watcher: Thinking about Charlie Parker, every day.
80 Creative Writing for Extraterrestrials
81 'Effective chemicals may be lost'
82 Plastic bag policy 'a diversion'
83 Orangutan escapes pen at US zoo
84 Spain arrests 'prolific' hackers
85 One Laptop--hello Windows, goodbye Linux
86 Women 'face raised whiplash risk'
87 Doubts over asbestos cancer chemo
88 New drug 'can kill MRSA superbug'
89 Cousin marriage: Is it a health risk?
90 Cord blood cancer therapy boost
91 Juice 'prevents clogged arteries'
92 Let There Be LEDs!
93 The Fashion Of Speed
94 The Platypus, The 'Thunder' & The Swimsuit (s) Of The Future
95 25 Reasons to Convert to Linux
96 Robot trained to pick up lamps, eggs
97 7 cool Bluetooth gadgets
98 Where The Web Is Weak
99 Finding Cancer That Mammograms Can Miss
100 Causes of Morning Sickness Revealed
101 Thousands Flee China Quake Area Over Flood Fears
102 2nd Strong Aftershock Hits China Sunday Morning
103 Can Animals Predict Earthquakes?
104 Monkey made to treat Huntington's disease
105 Gene screening could predict your skin cancer risk
106 Warmer planet may mean fewer Atlantic hurricanes
107 Power plants open to hacker attack
108 Cosmic dust gives water a helping hand
109 Bird migration at mercy of weather patterns
110 Physics Professor Demonstrates Lasing Without Inversion (LWI)
111 Geosciences Professor Measuring Aftershocks of China Earthquake
112 Einstein Letter on God Sells for $404,000
113 World's Poor Pay Price as Crop Research Is Cut
114 Galaxies Twice as Bright as They Seem, Study Finds
115 Doctors Say 'I'm Sorry' Before 'See You in Court'
116 Low-Fat Diet May Cut Prostate Cancer Risk
117 Microsoft says mulling new Yahoo deal, without a takeover
118 Ashwell receptor reduces mortality during sepsis
119 Researchers develop first transgenic nonhuman primate model of Huntington's disease
120 From 'gay plague' to global tragedy: An AIDS anniversary
121 Ireland to hunt nightmare fishing nets in north Atlantic
122 Explorers marvel at 'Brittlestar City' on seamount in powerful current swirling around Antarctica
123 Biodiversity loss costs six percent of world income: report
124 Study finds Internet influence small when buying
125 Researchers teach 'Second Life' avatar to think
126 China allows bloggers, others to spread quake news
127 'Ordinary' Arabs to retake Internet: Wikipedia founder
128 Craigslist answers eBay allegations in court
129 Biofuels must not deprive poor of food: EU official
130 Personalized therapy for asthma and COPD could soon be here
131 New data show benefit of finasteride in preventing prostate cancer
132 Gender disparity in community-acquired pneumonia
133 For children with sickle cell disease, lung disease is part of the package
134 Men at increased risk of death from pneumonia compared to women
135 Australian state government to probe Agent Orange claims
136 Observations from space: NASA environmental data and lung disease
137 Explorers Marvel At 'Brittlestar City' On Seamount In Powerful Current Swirling Around Antarctica
138 Exploring The Mechanics Of Judgment, Beliefs: Technique Images Brain Activity When We Think Of Others
139 Climate Changes Creating Green And Flowering Mountains
140 Climbing As Easy As Walking For Smaller Primates
141 Gravity-defying Bird Beak Mystery Solved: Shorebirds Benefit From Surface Tension
142 Parrot Fossil 55 Million Years Old Discovered In Scandinavia
143 Simple Artificial Cell Created From Scratch To Study Cell Complexity
144 Green Tea Compounds Beat Obstructive Sleep Apnea-related Brain Deficits, Study Shows
145 Innovative Antennae May Signal A 'New Wave' In Health Care Provision
146 Increasing Sun Exposure Is Not The Way To Decrease Breast Cancer Risk, Despite New Data, Warn Cancer Experts
147 Cardiovascular Risk: Low Sodium Diets Might Be Worse Than High Salt Diets
148 Parents Use Cough Medicines On Toddlers Under Two Despite The Warnings
149 Nanostructures Will Raise Thin-Film Solar Cell Efficiency