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1 FDA OKs 1st drug from genetically altered animals
2 Stem cell, cloning expert Jerry Yang dead at 49
3 Injured bears rescued from bile farms in China
4 Love Makes Kids Smarter
5 Dung it! Who threw away my 7-year collection?
6 Ships collide in Antarctic whaling clash
7 Bus-sized boa slithers into record books
8 Genome Study Points to New Culprit for Schizophrenia
9 Iraqi oil minister says OPEC to cut production
10 Blue the hue of creativity? Red for detail?
11 Antarctic Meltdown Would Flood Washington, D.C.
12 In Killer Whales and Humans, Older Moms May Be Best
13 FDA: Plant knew peanuts laced with salmonella
14 First US face transplant patient leaves hospital
15 FDA OKs 1st drug from genetically altered animals
16 Octuplet birth doctor under investigation
17 Atlanta hospital checking Legionnaire's cases
18 Women's low sex drive tied to poor quality of life
19 For Preschoolers, Even 'Play' Tends to Be Sedentary
20 Parental Distrust May Explain Lack of Black Children in Clinical Trials
21 Living near big power line may up Alzheimer's risk
22 Vitamin D deficiency may harm brain function: study
23 Halting Hormone Therapy Reduces Breast Cancer Risk Quickly
24 Genome Study Points to New Culprit for Schizophrenia
25 OLPC's Hidden Killer App: Ultimate E-Book Reader
26 Lucy 2.0: Famous Fossil Hominid Goes Digital
27 TEDsters Smile Through Financial Meltdown
28 CIA Agent Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Covert Credit Cards
29 Digital Overload Is Frying Our Brains
30 TED Prize Winners Want Help Finding Life, Protecting Oceans and Creating Musical Kids
31 Electric Motorcycle Promises 150 MPH
32 Munich's Metro Stressful, But It Goes Everywhere
33 TED: Eat, Pray, Love Author on How We Kill Geniuses
34 Organize Multiple Inboxes in Gmail
35 Infoporn: Today's Playmates Are More Like Anime Figures Than Real Humans
36 TED: Dan Ariely on Why We Cheat
37 FDA approves drug from altered goats
38 Dogs gave color to New World wolves
39 Famous fossil secretly scanned in Texas
40 Maryland considers food dye restrictions
41 Minorities are less trusting of doctors
42 Two suns found in distant planetary system
43 British measles cases soaring
44 Ants chatter to each other in nests
45 Space station may continue to 2020
46 Constant compressions critical to CPR
47 Oldest fossil evidence of animals found
48 Photosynthesis viewed in a flash
49 Test spots contaminated equipment
50 Climate history 'helps conserve'
51 Job cuts ground Flight Simulator
52 Scans 'no aid for back pain care'
53 IVF drugs cancer risk 'ruled out'
54 Cell find 'lifts leukaemia fight'
55 'The cold snap left my feet dead'
56 Congressman Twitters secret trip to Iraq
57 Ships Collide In Antarctic Whaling Clash
58 Solar Panels Mean An Extra Winter Chore
59 YouTube Adds Title and Rating to Embeds
60 20 Ways To Increase The Life Of Your Laptop's Battery
61 Protect your Privacy! How to Send Encrypted Emails with Linux
62 Mac vs. PC: The Pirate Edition
63 As Economy Falls, Egg Donations Rise
64 Octuplets' Birth Doctor Probed
65 New Worries About Gardasil Safety
66 FDA: Co. Knowingly Shipped Tainted Goods
67 Genes Vs. Behavior: What Makes Us Age?
68 Face Transplant Patient Leaves Hospital
69 Atlanta Hospital Checking Legionnaire's Cases
70 Wireless drug control
71 First North American antenna enables the ALMA Observatory to do its thing
72 Effects of smoking linked to accelerated aging protein
73 Biologists solve mystery of black wolves
74 Routine scans for low-back pain do not improve outcomes
75 Cracking a controversial solid state mystery
76 Infant galaxies--small and hyperactive
77 Penn study shows how electronic medical records can be used to test drug efficacy
78 Accidental discovery has potential for new applications in packaging
79 New genes involved in acute lymphoblastic leukemia play fundamental role in prognosis of the disease
80 Long-sought protein structure may help reveal how 'gene switch' works
81 Efficacy of stents is improved when their placement is determined by arterial blood flow measurement
82 Genetic adaptations are key to microbe's survival in challenging environment
83 Young teens really are shortsighted, but don't blame impulsivity
84 Are we selling personalized medicine before its time?
85 Mathematical models reveal how organisms transcend the sum of their genes
86 Amid rising childhood obesity, preschoolers found to be inactive
87 Inner workings of photosynthesis revealed by powerful new laser technique
88 Exceptionally deep view of strange galaxy
89 Bivalve census reveals echo of ancient mass extinction
90 Stardust logs a decade under the stars
91 Predicting diversity within hotspots to enhance conservation
92 Origin of claws seen in 390-million-year-old fossil
93 New equation of state of seawater
94 Top minds in 'Hobbit' debate gather at Stony Brook University
95 Bank of New Zealand reduces carbon footprint with Red Hat on the mainframe
96 Study reveals long-lasting airway blockages, even in medicated asthma patients
97 Maintaining healthy teeth and gums is a wise investment
98 Measuring molecules to improve drug design
99 Accidental discovery has potential for new applications in packaging
100 New genes involved in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia play fundamental role in prognosis of the disease
101 Efficacy of stents is improved when their placement is determined by arterial blood flow measurement
102 Wireless drug control
103 A better mesh: Researchers 'tighten' body's protective coating
104 New treatment hope for prostate cancer
105 Infant galaxies--small and hyperactive
106 First North American antenna enables the ALMA Observatory to do its thing
107 Host shift triggers cascading effect on ecosystem
108 Do children understand how feelings affect school performance?
109 Good news: Teenagers found willing to help their parents
110 Young teens really are short-sighted, but don't blame impulsivity
111 Team led by Scripps scientists increases understanding of two types of blindness
112 Nanotube's 'tapestry' controls its growth
113 Elgan: Here comes the e-book revolution
114 Amazon Kindle books coming to cell phones?
115 Signs Point to New Microsoft Smartphone Push
116 Windows Mobile Online Storage Beta Coming Soon
117 Microsoft teases 'SkyBox' mobile storage site
118 Churches hold Darwin conference
119 How Congress Trumps Darwin
120 Survival of the theorist
121 Debate still rages over Darwin's theory
122 Charles Darwin--a year of celebrations
123 Some Love Facebook '25 Random Things' Fad, Some Hate It
124 Facebook friends share '25 Things' with the world
125 25 Random Things about my 49ers Fandom
126 Getting The Most Out Of Your SSD
127 Intel solid-state drive price cuts enough?
128 Don't Let Fragmentation Bar the Solid State Future
129 Leak: Amazon Kindle 2 Pictures and Pricing
130 Steve Jobs meets the Kindle
131 Kaiser: 29,500 Employee IDs Possibly Stolen
132 Saving The Space Shuttle, Piece By Piece
133 Apple stores ban Facebook access? Not really
134 Apple blocks access to time-suck Facebook from retail stores
135 No More Face Time On Facebook At Apple Stores
136 Apple Denies Facebook Blocking
137 Apple has NOT banned Facebook
138 So Many iPhone Apps, So Little Time
139 Get rich from the iPhone Appe Store (by getting in a TV ad)
140 Review: GrubHub iPhone app delivers...our grub
141 Mobile Restaurant Ordering (Finally) Hits The App Store
142 Apple's Remote: An App Near to My TV-Hungry Heart
143 Google knows where your eyeballs go
144 Google Eye-Tracking Watches What You're Watching
145 Google Eye Tracking Escalates War For Eyeballs
146 Are We Bringing Our Germs to Mars?
147 Goats Make Drugs, World Doesn't Change
148 Drug Made In Milk of Altered Goats Is Approved
149 New Drug From Genetically Engineered Goat
150 FDA Approves Drug Created With Engineered Goats Milk
151 GTC Drug Is First From Genetically Engineered Animals (Update2)
152 84 Children Are Killed by Medicine in Nigeria
153 Nigeria orders teething medicine turned in
154 Nigeria Tainted Syrup Kills 84 Children; Drug Still Selling
155 Increased Cancer Risk Found with Hormone Replacement Therapy
156 First US face transplant patient leaves hospital
157 Cleveland Clinic: Face transplant recipient goes home
158 Hospital Error Blamed for Mom's Quadruple Amputation
159 Amputee Tabitha Mullings finally back home with family in Brooklyn