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1 Rare Reptile Hatchling Found on NZ Mainland
2 When Lovers' Quarrels Go Hi-Tech
3 Famed Mont. Fossil Hunter to Admit Dinosaur Crimes
4 Space station unfurls solar wings
5 The rising power of 'geek mums'
6 Gene 'has key schizophrenia role'
7 New guidance on IVF defects risk
8 Robotic Fish To Monitor Water Pollution
9 Facebook Users' Verdict On Redesign: Hate!
10 Man Exercised To Death By Sex-Change Wife
11 Astronauts Unfurl New Solar Panels
12 Astronauts Catch 'March Madness' in Space
13 Ballmer Is Right: Mac Users Do Pay Dearly for Apple Logo
14 Microsoft Internet Explorer Users Slow To Adopt New Release
15 Microsoft asks IE8 beta testers to keep reporting bugs
16 What response Microsoft is getting on its Internet Explorer 8?
17 What if the Palm Pre Bombs?
18 UPDATE 2--Palm says Pre on track as revenue plummets
19 Nintendo Wii supply finally catches up to demand
20 SpiralFrog DRM music to play 60 days, then vanish
21 Ad-Supported Music Download Service SpiralFrog Shuts Down
22 SpiralFrog croaks
23 Major Decline Found In Some Bird Groups
24 Audubon California maps show where the birds are
25 NOAA Set for Larger Policy Role Under First Female Chief
26 Free Google content still not enough for E-readers
27 Memo to Ballmer: Gmail 'Undo Send' Doesn't Work in Person
28 March Madness iPhone apps to help hard workers hardly work
29 Apple TV's missed opportunity
30 When Twitter met iTunes trailers
31 Apple Liberates HD Movies From Apple TV
32 SHIFT: What comes after iPhone 3.0?
33 Can You Safely Revert to the 'Old' Facebook?
34 Facebook Goof Cripples Controversial Homepage Poll
35 Facebook's redesign: Good concept, but not there yet
36 When early screening carries risks
37 Reliable Prostate Cancer Test May Be Decade Away, Doctors Say
38 EAU 2009: US Study Shows No Mortality Benefit From Prostate Cancer Screening, But European Study Suggests There May Be One
39 China clears Johnson & Johnson baby products
40 China clears Johnson & Johnson baby products--Update
41 Bayer Sees Hope For Xarelto
42 Obama Names Harvard Professor To Modernize Healthcare IT Systems
43 Lexapro Approved for Adolescent Depression
44 UPDATE 2--Depression pill OK'd for kids but probe goes on
45 '07 U.S. Births Break Baby Boom Record
46 Pediatrician accused of abuse agrees to stop practicing medicine
47 Pediatrician Agrees to Stop Practicing After Abuse Charges
48 Senator broadens inquiry into psychiatrist
49 Drug Maker Told Studies Would Aid It, Papers Say
50 Critics question safety of storing coal slurry
51 Critics question safety of storing slurry in earth
52 More questions about slurry safety
53 Finding Twin Earths Is Harder Than Thought
54 Not All Bats Land The Same Way
55 Language Of Music Really Is Universal, Study Finds
56 Plant Biologists Discover Gene That Switches On 'Essence Of Male'
57 Teeth Of Columbus' Crew Flesh Out Tale Of New World Discovery
58 Giant Solar Twists Discovered
59 Liquid Saltwater Is Likely Present On Mars, New Analysis Shows
60 Lab-grown Nerves Promote Nerve Regeneration After Injury
61 Two Dying Red Supergiant Stars Produced Supernovae
62 Major Losses For Caribbean Reef Fish In Last 15 Years
63 Ticking Of Body's 24-hour Clock Turns Gears Of Metabolism And Aging
64 New View Of Oceanic Phytoplankton
65 Alzheimer's Disease Therapeutic Prevents Long-term Damage From TBI In Pre-clinical Studies
66 What Flies And Worms Have In Common
67 Contrary To Widely Held Beliefs, Romance Can Last In Long-term Relationships, Say Researchers
68 Kidney With Tumor Removed Through Vagina
69 New Measure For Malignancy Of Melanoma
70 Stainless Steel Replaces Platinum In Hydrogen Producing Microbial Electrolysis Cells
71 New Human Genetic Link To High Levels Of 'Good' Cholesterol
72 New Insights Into Parkinson's Disease And Possible Treatments
73 Acetaldehyde In Alcohol: 'Hangover Chemical' May Be Overlooked Risk Factor For Cancer
74 Blocked Enzyme Reverses Schizophrenia-like Symptoms
75 Grand Prizes Might Help Induce Sports 'Hot Streaks'
76 Low To Moderate, Not Heavy, Drinking Releases 'Feel-good' Endorphins In The Brain
77 Report Warns Of Jury Service 'Trauma'
78 No Hiding Place For Infecting Bacteria
79 Biodiversity Found In Unexpected Regions: More Than 200 Plant Species Found In Semi-arid Rivers In South Eastern Spain
80 Byzantine Period Church With Beautiful Mosaics Discovered
81 One Mars Rover Sees A Distant Goal; The Other Takes A New Route
82 Surprising Changes In Black Hole-powered 'Blazar' Galaxy
83 New Method For Detecting Explosives
84 Nanoscopic Probes Can Track Down And Attack Cancer Cells
85 New Super-bouyant Material: Life Preserver Might Float A Horse
86 Change Of Lighting Could Drastically Reduce Bird Death By Collision With Communication Towers
87 Fast Camera Shows Even Small Variations In Blood Circulation
88 Space station's solar wings unfurled
89 Iran says first satellite 'completes mission'
90 The PI's Perspective: One-Third Down
91 Space Station Construction Visible In Backyard Telescopes
92 Scientists Find Giant Solar Twists
93 GOCE: Critical Operations Ongoing
94 Mars Rovers Take Stock On Goals And Routes
95 Talks to bring iPhone to China ongoing: China Mobile
96 Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles for Extreme Temperatures
97 Water acts as catalyst in explosives
98 Finding Twin Earths: Harder Than We Thought
99 iPhone porn goes 3D
100 Google removes street images over privacy complaints
101 Flight of the bumble (and honey) bee
102 E-cigarette sparks attention as FDA crackdown looms
103 Carbon nanotubes are superior to metals for electronics
104 Scientists one step closer to stopping bone loss during spaceflight
105 The brain maintains language skills in spite of alcohol damage by drawing from other regions
106 Not ready for SAT? Teen's Web site may be the answer
107 DNA self-tests: More hype than help?
108 Yeast biology yields insights into human knowledge expansion
109 Acetaldehyde in alcohol--no longer just the chemical that causes a hangover
110 Eczema in children is increasing, but diet is not the cause: Avoiding foods may do more harm than good
111 Resupplied North Pole explorers resume trek
112 Researchers evaluate highway rest areas for wind power
113 Mayo Clinic study suggests those who have chronic pain may need to assess vitamin D status
114 Improving the security of Internet exchanges
115 The human brain is on the edge of chaos
116 Black Holes: Eternal Prisons No More, Stephen Hawking's Lecture
117 Baby boomlet: US births in 2007 break 1950s record
118 Researcher identifies just 8 patterns as the cause of all humor
119 Feinstein seeks block solar power from desert land
120 British medics will let sick baby die after court ruling
121 A severe vomiting sickness with chronic cannabis abuse
122 'Delicious' new grape debuts
123 How Much Energy Goes Into Making a Bottle of Water?
124 Salt Water System Could Generate Hydrogen
126 Regret that email? Gmail gives users chance to call it back
127 New simulation shows consequences of a world without Earth's natural sunscreen (w/Video)
128 Fossil fragments reveal 500-million-year-old monster predator
129 France's SNCF hopes to run high speed rail in US
130 Study Yields Surprising New Insight into High-Temp Superconductors
131 Fossil fragments reveal 500-million-year-old monster predator
132 Microsoft Hopes To Win Back Browser Market Share With Internet Explorer 8
133 Nanotech Batteries for a New Energy Future
134 'Buckyballs' to treat multiple sclerosis
135 No small measure: Origins of nanorod diameter discovered
136 Chemists create more efficient palladium fuel cell catalysts
137 Making quantum computing scalable
138 New material could help cut future energy losses
139 Scientists make quantum leap in developing faster computers
140 Graphene could lead to faster chips
141 High-speed signal mixer demonstrates capabilities of transistor laser
142 Variations in blood circulation immediately visible with fast camera
143 Salt Water System Could Generate Hydrogen
144 Particle oddball surprises physicists
145 Magnetism Governs Properties of Iron-Based Superconductors
146 Atomic fountain clocks are becoming still more stable
147 Robot brings hope to kids with learning difficulties
148 British-built robotic fish to detect pollution
149 Fujitsu launches world's first colour e-book
150 Sony e-book reader gets 500,000 books from Google
151 Review: How an iPod can be a poor man's iPhone
152 Researchers build a new surface material that resists biofilm growth
153 Researchers to develop coatings that kill superbugs
154 Shellfish and inkjet printers may hold key to faster healing from surgeries
155 Research yields potential target for cancer, wound healing and fibrosis
156 Researchers develop biodegradable substitutes for wood, plastic bottles and other common materials
157 The brain maintains language skills in spite of alcohol damage by drawing from other regions
158 Mayo Clinic study suggests those who have chronic pain may need to assess vitamin D status
159 New study finds daily drinking is biggest risk factor in serious liver disease
160 Two-day results predict ultimate response to therapy in chronic hepatitis C
161 Monoclonal antibodies primed to become potent immune weapons against cancer
162 Genetic sleuth solves glaucoma mystery
163 Study supports new, highly effective treatment for blood disorder
164 Egypt unveils pharaonic 'brain drain' bed
165 Perceptions of similar language may prevent understanding of sexual harassment policies
166 Combination of old and new media deepens mathematical understanding
167 Feathers fly over new dinosaur find
168 Mum, buy me that chocolate, pleeeease! New study shows the pervasive influence of children on their parents' in-store
169 Cretaceous octopus with ink and suckers--the world's least likely fossils?
170 How big (or small) is large?