Sassafras4u
File Title
1 The Gold Standard: Nanoparticles Used To Make 3-D DNA Nanotubes
2 Longstanding Theory Of Origin Of Species In Oceans Challenged
3 Four Years After Tsunami, Coral Reefs Recovering
4 How The Spider Spun Its Web: 'Missing Link' In Spider Evolution Discovered
5 Clockwork That Drives Powerful Virus Nanomotor Discovered
6 Toxicity Mechanism Identified For Parkinson's Disease
7 Spanish Droughts Over Past 500 Years Reconstructed
8 Weakened RNA Interference Reduces Survival In Ovarian Cancer
9 European First As ALICE Achieves Energy Recovery At 11 Million Volts
10 Doctors Not Properly Diagnosing Overweight And Obesity In Children
11 Potential Therapy For Congenital Muscular Dystrophy
12 Religion May Have Evolved Because Of Its Ability To Help People Exercise Self-control
13 Evidence For Protective Effect Of Fish Oil Not Conclusive
14 Grape-seed Extract Kills Laboratory Leukemia Cells, Proving Value Of Natural Compounds
15 Link To Severe Staph Infections Found
16 Mouse Trap? Immunologist Calls For More Research On Humans, Not Mice
17 Killer Mice Bring Albatross Population Closer To Extinction
18 Mars Rovers Near Five Years Of Science And Discovery
19 Crystallographers Use Computers To Find New Superconductor
20 Weakness In Internet Security Uncovered
21 Grape-seed extract kills laboratory leukemia cells, proving value of natural compounds
22 Fewer deaths with preventive antibiotic use
23 In lung cancer, silencing one crucial gene disrupts normal functioning of genome
24 Scientists make strides toward defining genetic signature of Alzheimer's disease
25 Bright lights, not-so-big pupils
26 Researchers engineer pancreatic cell transplants to evade immune response
27 The gold standard: Biodesign Institute researchers use nanoparticles to make 3-D DNA nanotubes
28 Aquaculture's growth seen as continuing
29 New visualization techniques yield star formation insights
30 USC dentist links Fosomax-type drugs to jaw necrosis
31 New Brandeis University research reports that academic medicine is in critical condition
32 Lung cancer cells activate inflammation to induce metastasis
33 Why prostate cancer patients fail hormone deprivation therapy
34 A new light on the anti-tumor mechanisms of Scutellaria barbata
35 A rigorous method for liver biopsy
36 What is the pathogenesis of C. jejuni-related disease?
37 Is bismuth a safe medicine for the treatment peptic ulcer disease?
38 The prevalence of gluten-sensitive enteropathy in iron-deficient anemia patients
39 Smokers with stroke in the family 6 times more likely to have stroke too
40 Study shows that the societal, economic burden of insomnia is high
41 Arousal frequency in heart failure found to be a unique sleep problem
42 MRSA pre-screening effective in reducing otolaryngic surgical infection rates
43 Toxicity mechanism identified for Parkinson's disease
44 Antioxidants offer pain relief in patients with chronic pancreatitis
45 Molecular imaging enables earlier, individualized treatment of thyroid cancer
46 Family history of prostate cancer does not affect some treatment outcomes
47 Scientists Extend the Lifetime of Quantum Memory
48 Peer discussion improves student performance with 'clickers,' study says
49 Toxicity mechanism identified for Parkinson's disease
50 Scientists say comet killed off mammoths, saber-toothed tigers
51 Exploiting nature to cut mosquitoes' life short
52 New study shows governments need more honest environmental accounting
53 Six North American sites hold 12,900-year-old nanodiamond-rich soil
54 The gold standard: researchers use nanoparticles to make 3-D DNA nanotubes
55 Microsoft says Zune players working again
56 Fewer deaths with preventive antibiotic use
57 Scientists eye unusual swarm of Yellowstone quakes
58 Oldest American man dies at 112
59 High numbers of right whales seen in Gulf of Maine
60 Aquaculture's growth seen as continuing
61 Molecular imaging enables earlier, individualized treatment of thyroid cancer
62 Family history of prostate cancer does not affect some treatment outcomes
63 Wallace and Gromit help to fight obesity in Britain
64 NASA chief's wife to Obama: Don't fire my husband
65 Microsoft's Zune players freeze on New Year's Eve
66 Is Apple gearing up for the iPhone nano?
67 Gene by gene, scientists dig for the triggers
68 Phthalate ban in children's products now in force in California
69 Expectant brains help predict anxiety treatment success
70 Facebook nudity policy draws nursing moms' ire
71 Cholera sickens 30,000 in Zimbabwe: WHO
72 Antioxidants offer pain relief in patients with chronic pancreatitis
73 Chinese software pirates get prison sentences
74 Hong Kong air pollution worst since records began: official data
75 Study: Hawaii's pygmy killer whales stay close
76 New Year's resolutions can be bad for you: mental health charity
77 SKorean fools finger printing system at Japan airport: reports
78 Celgene warns that anticlot drug linked to deaths
79 Smart phones seem to be recession resistant
80 No shoes? No problem for this college interview
81 Green technology is on the rise, despite recession
82 Researchers prove food safety to help commercialize irradiation technology
83 A happy new year for penguins
84 Study shows that the societal, economic burden of insomnia is high
85 USC dentist links Fosomax-type drugs to jaw necrosis
86 Arousal frequency in heart failure found to be a unique sleep problem
87 Smokers with stroke in the family 6 times more likely to have stroke too
88 China probes tableware for toxic ingredients: report
89 Scientists pull protein's tail to curtail cancer
90 Scientists make strides toward defining genetic signature of Alzheimer's disease
91 In lung cancer, silencing one crucial gene disrupts normal functioning of genome
92 Vitamins C and E and beta carotene again fail to reduce cancer risk in randomized controlled trial
93 MRSA pre-screening effective in reducing otolaryngic surgical infection rates
94 Grape-seed extract kills laboratory leukemia cells, proving value of natural compounds
95 Bright lights, not-so-big pupils
96 Smoking ban leads to major drop in heart attacks
97 Lung cancer cells activate inflammation to induce metastasis
98 The Year in Robotics
99 Philips iPill
100 Parallel Universe
101 The Year in Web Politics
102 Broadband on Rails
103 Very Stunning, Very Space, and Very Cool
104 The Cost of Cutting Carbon
105 The Year in Materials
106 Moore's Law
107 Macworld: Hoping for a Steve Jobs surprise
108 Mac web share nears 10% in December
109 Apple nabs 10% share in December market share survey
110 Will Jobs take a bow at Macworld?
111 Zune Leap Year Bug Fixed, Microsoft Says
112 Microsoft Fixes Zune Leap Year Freak Out
113 Rare 1937 Bugatti supercar found in English garage
114 Car worth 3m pounds is found in garage
115 Family finds multi-million-dollar car in reclusive doctor's garage
116 More Evidence For a Clovis-Killer Comet
117 Did a Comet Hit Earth 12,000 Years Ago?
118 Diamonds Indicate Comet Hit North America
119 Gems Point to Comet as Answer to Ancient Riddle
120 Gems show comet hit continent, scientists say
121 Report: Toyota Developing Solar-Powered Car
122 Toyota Developing Solar-Powered Hybrid Electric Car
123 Trouble at Toyota: Eco-friendly cars seen rescuing firm's fortunes
124 How to Unlock your iPhone 3G
125 Unlocking the iPhone 3G--or maybe not
126 Windows 7 Reviews Mixed On Pirate Bay
127 Windows 7 beta 1 performance--How does the OS compare to Vista and XP?
128 2003 Space Shuttle Tragedy
129 5 Reasons Why Not to Be Shocked by Microsoft Layoffs
130 Apple Should Buy Yahoo: Why I'm Now Convinced
131 Mac vs. Windows vs. Android: 2009--The Year Ahead
132 What to watch for from Microsoft at CES
133 In 2008, More Computers Leapt From Desktops to Pockets
134 Google's Microsoft-esque landgrab for IE's market share
135 IE share slides record amount, ends 2008 down 10%
136 IE lost share to Firefox, Safari and Chrome in December
137 Why unlocking the iPhone is a waste of time
138 Search Engines Keep Tabs on You
139 More smokers calling it quits
140  

Google