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1 Astronomers Catch a Shooting Star for 1st Time
2 7 Wonders of Google Earth
3 Armstrong Gets Plate, 12 Screws in Surgical Repair
4 Cancer Concerns Have States Mulling Teen Tan Bans
5 U.K.: Abortion Ads to Air During Commercial Breaks?
6 STDs May Change Stance on Circumcision
7 Do Doctor Dramas Make for Bad Docs?
8 Decoding the secrets of platypus venom
9 Nanotube tech transforms CO2 into fuel
10 Scientists find pieces of a shooting star
11 Mars domes may be 'mud volcanoes'
12 Space tourist blasts off to ISS
13 Tracked asteroid debris collected
14 Millions of fish shoal in seconds
15 Slower spin 'made moon's bulge'
16 Bhopal's health effects probed
17 Ready for lift-off on the Kazakh steppe
18 Indie game awards showcase future
19 European mobile data prices set
20 Windows Touch coming to a PC soon
21 We are all makers and hackers
22 Washington diary: Google world
23 The net helps music sing new songs
24 Call for higher circumcision rate
25 Laser eye consultations 'flawed'
26 Plans for abortion advice TV ads
27 China milk scandal terms upheld
28 Fears over expiring health cards
29 Tinnitus cure 'is a step closer'
30 Therapists offer gay 'treatment'
31 Africa faces 'cancer steam train'
32 Condoms or family meals?
33 Church leader sparks Georgian baby boom
34 Alaska Volcano Continues Eruptions
35 U.S. Space Tourist Blasts Off, Again
36 Alert: April 1 "Conficker" Computer Worm
37 Texas Board Hears Testimony On Science Standards
38 Lawsuit By A Father In Indiana Targets Polluters
39 Biologists Worry Over Increased Turtle Harvest
40 Texas Is Second To Alaska In Acres Of Forest Land
41 China Rejects Appeal Of Tainted Milk Boss
42 UPDATE 1--Obama says U.S. automakers to get 'some' aid
43 Obama's Web 2.0 experiment draws 92,000 users
44 Apple slates June dates for WWDC, touts Snow Leopard, iPhone 3.0
45 Apple to host WWDC in early June
46 Twitter Reportedly Launching Premium Service
47 Twitter Plots Paid Accounts: Warms Up to Newbies
48 Controversy Erupts Over Possible MS Mobile App Fee
49 Apple refund clause: Bad for developers?
50 Apple sued over iTunes, App Store and iPhone's camera
51 mocoNews--Developers Cry Foul Over Apple's App Store Refund Policy
52 App Store refunds will not bankrupt developers
53 Microsoft Word Developer Blasts Into Space
54 Is WiMAX Losing Its Edge?
55 Sprint unveils cities to receive 4G WiMax in 2009 and 2010
56 GDC: A look at OnLive, on-demand gaming through your browser
57 AT&T tests RIAA P2P program, but refuses to sanction users
58 Are AT&T, Cox, Comcast Ratting Out Music Pirates?
59 Google Shaping iGoogle Into Web's Front End
60 At GDC, Google's Marissa Mayer talks up gaming
61 What Will Conficker Bring on April 1?
62 Final countdown to Conficker 'activation' begins
63 Parents fight child porn threats against "sexting" teens
64 Prosecutor sued over semi-nude teen photos case
65 Strengths and weaknesses nixed in Texas again
66 Ed board moves forward on science standards
67 Science education under assault on multiple fronts in Texas
68 Breaking news: SCIENCE WINS IN TEXAS!! Barely.
69 Circumcision Reduces Rates of Two S.T.D.s
70 Circumcision reduces risk of herpes and HPV infection
71 Circumcision May Reduce Incidence of HIV, HSV-2, HPV Infection
72 Circumcision Guards Against STDs
73 Circumcision Decreases Risk of Contracting STDs, Study Says
74 Survey: Few hospitals use electronic records
75 Electronic Health Records Present in Very Few US Hospitals
76 U.S. doctors urge transparency on insurer payments
77 Changing Gender Roles In The Workforce
78 One Step Closer to Equality
79 VA won't discuss extent of equipment contamination
80 Florida Veterans Stream for Testing After H.I.V. Warning
81 Thousands Call Miami VA in Contamination Uproar
82 Using Too Much Salt Is Common in U.S., CDC Says
83 Don't Pass the Salt: Most Americans Get Double What They Should
84 Americans eat too much salt, CDC says
85 Two-Thirds of Adults Advised to Follow Low-Salt Diet
86 Jade Goody health legacy 'to last'
87 New Report Calls Food Safety System Antiquated, Calls for Reform
88 Report calls for new food safety oversight
89 Four Hospitalized After 'Killer' Bee Attack
90 Vegas Neighborhood Bugged By Bees
91 Feds raid S.F. medical marijuana dispensary
92 Did someone not get the memo? DEA raids San Francisco medical pot store
93 DEA raids pot dispensary in SF
94 Gorilla Gets a Brain Scan
95 Dust Responsible for Most of Atlantic Warming
96 Geithner Not the Only Treasury Secretary to Face Calamity
97 Flowing Blood Could Power iPods and Cell Phones
98 Depression Linked to Brain Thinning
99 You Pay, Computer Prays For You
100 Space 'Rosetta Stone' Unlike Anything Seen Before
101 Do Animals Enjoy Sex?
102 Powerful Ideas: Teaching an Old House New Tricks
103 Robot Madness: Walk Like Humans Do
104 Midwest Fault System Could Be Shutting Down
105 Snail Shells Getting Longer
106 Religious People Work Harder to Stall Death
107 Scientists Tell Texas: Time to Evolve
108 Why Toddlers Don't Do What They're Told
109 Spider Bite Cures Paralyzed Man: Miracle or Bad Reporting?
110 The Truth About Skydiving Risks
111 New Gold Rush: Party Like It's 1849
112 Wildlife Snapshots Captured by New Wireless Network
113 Could nanomachines give friction the slip?
114 Steve Squyres on planetary priorities
115 Settling of dust warms tropical Atlantic
116 Astronomy: The rock that fell to Earth
117 Geometer wins maths 'Nobel'
118 http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16848-ice-that-burns-could-be-a-green-fossil-fuel.html
119 Ice that burns could be a green fossil fuel
120 Fish mega-shoals could be world's biggest animal group
121 Artificial cartilage performs better than the real thing
122 Video: 'Wet shoe' problem solved
123 Fear detector makes for the fairground ride of your life
124 Texas creation vote hangs in the balance
125 Home computers to search for tangoing pulsars
126 Meteorite hunters 'strike gold' in Sudan
127 Special investigation: How my genome was hacked
128 Hungry shrimp eat climate change experiment
129 How to save the world from an asteroid impact
130 Arctic meltdown is a threat to humanity
131 Deja vu: Where fact meets fantasy
132 Beneficial Alzheimer's gene can be perilous in pairs
133 How our green technology may rest on bacterial skills
134 Desire to amputate healthy limbs shows up in brain scans
135 Blood cell 'debris' could snare sports cheats
136 How speeding cancer growth offers hope of cure
137 Five classic examples of gene evolution
138 For healthy kids, marry a stranger
139 Physicists finally create 'textbook' atom
140 What will the Sun look like when it dies?
141 'Wasted' wells fail to solve Africa's water problems
142 Moon shadows on Saturn rings are a sign of spring
143 Life-friendly worlds may snap, crackle and pop
144 Innovation: A licence to print gadgets
145 Killing beached whales is kinder, experts say
146 Sagas reveal Vikings were 'first oceanographers'
147 Brain quirk could help explain financial crisis
148 Cool! Aerospace Science Freezers Lugging Bio-Samples
149 Protecting Mosquito Outbreaks for Disease Control
150 Researchers Develop Flow Sensors That Mimic Blind Fish
151 Auditory Regions of Brain Convert to Sense of Touch in Hearing Loss
152 Thousands of Home Computers to Search Arecibo Data for New Radio Pulsars
153 Mutated Gene in Zebrafish Sheds Light on Blindness in Humans
154 Cloud Computing Helps Scientists Run High Energy Physics Experiments Using AliEn Grid Services
155 Thinking of Turning Your Chemistry Green? Consult GEMs
156 Researchers Create Catalysts for Use in Hydrogen Storage Materials
157 New RFID Technology Tracks and Monitors Nuclear Materials
158 Information Loss--From Tornadoes to Black Holes
159 Green Hair Bleach may become Environmentally Friendly Consumer Product
160 Licorice May Block Effectiveness of Drug Widely Used by Transplant
161 Network Turns Soldiers' Helmets Into Sniper Location System
162 3-D Surface Treatment Boosts Solar Cell Efficiency
163 Forget It! a Biochemical Pathway for Blocking Your Worst Fears?
164 New Form of Destructive Terrorist Material Unlikely, Chemists Report
165 Flatland Physics Probes Mysteries of Superfluidity
166 Making a Point: Picoscale Stability in a Room-Temperature AFM
167 Stairwell Evacuation Study Finds 'What We Know We Don't Know'
168 Magnetism Governs Properties of Iron-Based Superconductors
169 Cracking the Crusts of Neutron Stars
170 Discovery May Result in Test to Determine Predisposition to Cancer
171 You Don't Call, You Don't Write: Connectivity in Marine Fish Populations
172 New Metasearch Engine Leaves Google, Yahoo Crawling
173 Human Medications and Personal Care Products in Fish Caught in Several U.S. Waterways
174 Visual Attention: How the Brain Makes the Most of the Visible World
175 New Measurement Standard for Vitamin D May Lead to Better Bone Health
176 Symmetry Math Sheds New Light on Fundamental Physics
177 Pilgrims' Progress: Genetic Data from 1630S Backs Health Benefits of Cancer Screening
178 A Fast Magnetic Fix for Sepsis?
179 Researchers Uncover Mechanism That Regulates Movement of Blood-Forming Stem Cells In The Body
180 Erratic Black Hole Regulates Itself
181 We Saw It Coming: Asteroid Monitored from Outer Space to Ground Impact
182 Scientists Develop New Way of Finding Trapped Miners
183 Fitter Frames: Nanotubes Boost Structural Integrity of Composites
184 New Nanogenerator May Charge Ipods and Cell Phones with a Wave of the Hand
185 Avoid Inviting Termites to 'Dinner' at Your House
186 Dust Plays Larger than Expected Role in Determining Atlantic Temperature
187 Birds Do It, Bees Do It; Termites Don't, Necessarily
188 Scientists Excise Vector, Exotic Genes from Induced Stem Cells
189 Nutritious New Low-Sugar Juice Targeted for Diabetics, Individuals with High Blood Sugar
190 Silicon Micro-Islands and Nano-Spikes Channel Water on Glass Slides
191 Nanoparticles in Cosmetics/Personal Care Products May Have Adverse Environmental Effects
192 Researchers Make Key Observation about Animal Behavior Patterns
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