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1 Convergence Gone Mad?
2 Oprah Crowns Kutcher King of Twitter
3 Transformers: Protecting Pedestrians From Killer Cars
4 ACLU Threatens Suit in Gay Web Site Filtering
5 U.S. Stem Cell Proposals Forbid Funds for Cloning
6 Farrah Fawcett's Weight Plummets to 86 Pounds
7 Key role of forests 'may be lost'
8 African aid 'needs science focus'
9 New limits to Antarctic tourism
10 Arctic diary: Explorers' ice quest
11 Are e-books the new newspapers?
12 How to pick out the right e-book
13 Court jails Pirate Bay founders
14 Technology in the line of fire
15 Welcome to the red light district
16 Hope for child cancer treatment
17 'Periods nearly cost me my education'
18 Female hairiness health warning
19 My tears at 'appalling' A&E ward
20 U.S. Set To Regulate Global Warming Gases
21 Patent Filings Hint At iPhone Evolution
22 $14M Effort Announced To Save Rare Hawaiian Bird
23 NIH Offers Rules For Embryonic Stem Cell Research
24 EPA paves way for broad emission limits
25 How Carbon Dioxide Became a 'Pollutant'
26 Ashton Kutcher leaves Oprah atwitter
27 Hollywood's Victory Over The Pirate Bay Will Be Short Lived
28 The Pirate Bay: Jail-time is Stupid
29 Apple's New Weapon
30 Week in Apple: iPhone exclusivity, Steve Jobs' continuing influence, Mac Office, and more
31 Speculation grows over new Apple products
32 A modular synth for iPhone...
33 Apple bans novelty bank-note app
34 Apple: Only good. Dell: Poor and very poor
35 Apple more lovable than other PC makers, survey says
36 Apple trumps Windows PC makers in customer experience study
37 Apple's Customers Love Its Customer Service
38 Apple tops customer satisfaction survey
39 Apple Leads, Dell Lags in Customer Satisfaction
40 Apple tops customer satisfaction with overall score of 80!
41 Time Warner drops Internet metering plan
42 Shuttle Dodges Space Junk Risk
43 Double the shuttle for Hubble trouble
44 Two shuttles sitting on launch pads: "just in case"
45 First Mac Botnet Stems From iWork, Photoshop Trojans
46 Evidence suggests first zombie Mac botnet is active
47 Mac Security III: The Rise of the Botnets
48 World's First Mac Botnet? Not Quite.
49 Mac Vulnerability to Botnets Proven in Real-World Case
50 AT&T Likely To Get Boost From iPhone In First Quarter
51 Hail Kindle: Amazon Says Sales Beating Projections
52 300,000 Kindle 2s Sold To Date
53 Amazon's Bezos: Kindle sales exceed expectations
54 I'm officially dropping out of the Twitter gab fest
55 Psst...Twitter Has Big News. And It's Top Secret
56 New fund promises low-cost malaria treatment
57 The Pill May Limit Muscle Gains in Women
58 The pill may impair muscle gains in young women
59 Younger Women On The Pill Face Issues Building Muscle Mass
60 Glaxo And Pfizer Join Forces
61 Glaxo and Pfizer create new HIV drug company
62 Is the Pfizer-Glaxo JV a sale in the making?
63 DEALWATCH: Dull Pharma JV May Become Alluring Spin-Off, Sale
64 Laughter Healthy for Diabetes Patients
65 Laughter Is Indeed Good Medicine
66 How a sitcom a day can keep the doctor away
67 Laughter Remains Good Medicine
68 Laughter really could be best form of medicine
69 Laughter may lower diabetics' risk of heart attacks
70 Miami VA tests find 7 cases of hepatitis C, 1 HIV
71 VA: 3 patients HIV-positive after clinic mistakes
72 Doctor gets jail time in Calif prescription case
73 Colorado doctor who prescribed antidepressant over the Web to suicidal Stanford student gets nine months
74 Doc sentenced for no license
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76 Step Made Toward Instant-on Computers
77 Brain Struggles With Social Compassion
78 Women May Get Sex Pills, Too
79 Alien Abduction: Looking Back at America's First Case
80 Newfound Lichen Species Named for Obama
81 Jet Lag Caused By Out-of-synch Brain
82 Plastic Bags a Major Problem for Marine Wildlife
83 Some Men Prefer Fat Women
84 Nasal Irrigation: Spring Cleaning for Your Nose
85 New Theory: People Need to Play More
86 Heat-Tolerant Corn Could Prevent Future Starvation
87 Titanium reveals explosive origins of the solar system
88 Do 'vicious' dogs learn from their owners?
89 Choice blindness: You don't know what you want
90 Why we shouldn't hide our problems from ET
91 What Voyager's golden record tells ET about Earth
92 US to widen research on stem cells from 'spare' embryos
93 NASA may need extra $30b to stay on schedule to moon
94 The secret landscapes of stone
95 Online gaming the Victorian way
96 Space sail could bring used rockets back to Earth
97 Innovation: Harnessing spammers to advance AI
98 Melting Arctic may be poisoning its people
99 Penis length isn't everything...for barnacle males
100 Attention-seeking objects will be hard to part with
101 Aerial bombs as deadly as suicide bombers
102 Cheap and noisy chips could improve climate predictions
103 Kepler gets first glimpse of its planetary hunting ground
104 Titanium reveals explosive origins of the solar system
105 Researchers Pinpoint Where 'Bad' Cholesterol Levels Are Controlled
106 Researchers Fire the Starting Gun for the Great Turtle Race
107 Cracking the Root of Tooth Strength
108 Urban Food-Chain Class Examines Sustainable Farms
109 Identifying Harmful Pollutants in City Air
110 Worst Environmental Problem? Overpopulation, Faculty Says
111 Test of Lincoln DNA sought to prove cancer theory
112 Challenges to grow with electric cars' sales: Aging grid needs to handle more power
113 Pinpointing catalytic reactions on carbon nanotubes
114 Discovered after 40 years: Moon dust hazard influenced by Sun's elevation
115 Increasing carbon dioxide and decreasing oxygen make it harder for deep-sea animals to 'breathe'
116 Maternal immune response to fetal brain during pregnancy a key factor in some autism
117 Autopsy study links prostate cancer to single rogue cell
118 Scientists invent first technique for producing promising anti-leukemia agent
119 Fujitsu Develops Secure USB Memory Device Featuring Automatic Data-Erase Function
120 Diagnosing skin cancer without a biopsy
121 Private equity firms win battle for bankrupt Polaroid
122 Space-Based Solar Power Coming to California in 2016
123 Hollywood scores win over Pirate Bay, 4 convicted
124 Removing Hot Air from Nuclear Power Plants; Scientists Convert Nuclear Energy to Power without Steam
125 Quantum Theory May Explain Wishful Thinking
126 Catastrophic sea levels 'distinct possibility' this century: study
127 Chameleon-like camouflage: 'Nano-camo' for fashionistas and environmentalists
128 Pioneering medical nanotechnology offers new cancer breakthrough hope
129 Scorpion venom with nanoparticles slows spread of brain cancer
130 Scientists synthesize gold to shed light on cells' inner workings
131 Novel technique shrinks size of nanotechnology circuitry
132 Researchers create novel nanotechnique to sequence human genome
133 New radiation therapy promises relief for overheating laptops
134 A step closer to an ultra precise atomic clock
135 Putting the squeeze on an old material could lead to 'instant on' electronic memory
136 Coke Bottle Quantum Physics
137 Green light from Silicon
138 Physicists put a new spin on electrons
139 Microbes point to method for isolating harmful forms of drugs
140 Scientists to study diamond-based quantum information processing, communication
141 Physicists see the cosmos in a coffee cup
142 EPA finds greenhouse gases pose a danger to health
143 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to Help Astronauts Survive in Infinity
144 Forests could flip from sink to source of CO2: study
145 Venus Disappears during Meteor Shower
146 Rescue shuttle moved to launch pad just in case
147 Scientists issue warning on future of central Arctic
148 Study finds better way to protect streams from construction runoff
149 Publishers embrace vision for a green future
150 How to deflect asteroids and save the Earth
151 Ancient ecosystem thrives millions of years below Antarctic glacier
152 Astronomers find most crowded collision of galaxy clusters
153 Probing Question: Can humans control the weather?
154 Origins of sulfur in rocks tells early oxygen story
155 Kepler Captures First Views of Planet-Hunting Territory
156 Mars Spacecraft Teams on Alert for Dust-Storm Season
157 Kyoto treaty is 'failing the world's poor,' say scientists
158 Diesel fights for traction with U.S. buyers
159 Surveillance vehicles take flight using alternative energy (w/Video)
160 Let's get non-verbal, electronically
161 Researchers pinpoint where 'bad' cholesterol levels are controlled
162 Study points to disruption of copper regulation as key to prion diseases
163 Genetic switch potential key to new class of antibiotics
164 Researchers transform carbon dioxide into methanol
165 'Motorized' DNA opens door to autonomous molecular experiments
166 Chemists synthesize herbal alkaloid
167 Ordered Water: Just how much water is there in calcined gypsum?
168 Potassium leads to better hydrogen-storage materials
169 Specialized polymer used to detect nerve agents, toxic chemicals for air monitoring in emergencies
170 Engineers hit pay dirt with clay mixture
171 Alligators hint at what life may have been like for dinosaurs
172 US lifts some restrictions on embryo stem cells
173 Bermuda says rare national bird born on reserve
174 Illegal trade devastates Sumatran orangutan population, report says
175 The story of X--evolution of a sex chromosome
176 Volcanic eruption takes toll on Galapagos wildlife
177 Researchers break the animal kingdom's colour code
178 DNA biosynthesis discovery could lead to better antibiotics
179 Scientists use RNA to reprogram one cell type into another
180 A secret to night vision found in DNA's unconventional 'architecture'
181 The tulip entered Europe through al-Andalus five centuries before believed
182 Worms control lifespan at high temperatures
183 Researchers uncover secrets of salmonella's stealth attack
184 Conserved gene expression reveals our 'inner fish'
185 Museum specimens aid conservation effort in Madagascar
186 Researchers tie crest size to seabirds' suitability as a mate
187 Viruses can turn harmless E. coli dangerous
188 Conservationists fear for Zimbabwe rhino
189 Researchers Build World's Largest Disease Association Network
190 The role of inbreeding in the extinction of the Spanish Habsburg dynasty
191 Climate change makes migrations longer for birds
192 To sun, or not to sun?
193 Researchers Crack the Mystery of Resilient Teeth
194 Researchers find possible way to block the spread of deadly brain tumors
195 Male impotence drugs may deserve a second look in women
196 Female hormone cycle affects knee joints (w/Video)
197 Laughter remains good medicine
198 'Beauty' injections can turn ugly: NY health officials
199 A novel method of isolating high quality RNA from Kupffer cells
200 Differences among exercisers and nonexercisers during pregnancy
201 Adults with HIV in Rural Areas Experience Discrimination, Stigma
202 'Antedrugs': A safer approach to drug therapy
203 Low lead levels in children can affect cardiovascular responses to stress
204 Colorectal cancer risks quantified
205 Shedding some light on Parkinson's treatment
206 New model of female condom could bring wider use
207 Fossils suggest earlier land-water transition of tetrapod
208 Professor tracks Columbine media discourse from 'school shooting' to 'terrorism'
209 Study finds college students better prepared
210 Gambling ban would reverse recession, new book says
211 One class increases odds of college graduation for struggling students
212 China expert recruitment project nets first batch: report
213 Study explores roots of ethnic violence
214 Scientists using Second Life island to help high school students learn earth science
215 Archeologists discover temple that sheds light on 'Dark Age'
216 New business theory shows compensation plans can make or break a firm
217 Prehistoric turtle goes to hospital for CT scan in search for skull, eggs, embryos
218 Egypt to search 3 sites for Cleopatra's tomb
219 Simple new way to analyze sleep disorders
220 Should teachers be licensed on effectiveness or experience?
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