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1 Obama Says 'Stars May Be Aligned' This Time for Health Care Reform
2 NASA scraps landing for shuttle 2nd day in a row
3 Pea-Sized Seahorse Makes 'Top 10 Species' List
4 GOP: Alternative energy alone won't meet US needs
5 Obama picks first African American to lead NASA
6 Genes of new flu virus show it's not so new
7 Whaling Commission head says Japan must compromise
8 Ancient Termite Spilled Its Guts in Amber
9 US moving closer to swine flu vaccine
10 Emirates airline profit plunges on fuel costs
11 Move to online public notices looms over papers
12 How to Deal with Swine Flu: Heeding the Mistakes of 1976
13 Embattled SKorean ex-president jumps to his death
14 Don't call ex-Vice President Cheney a has-been
15 Elderly may have greater swine flu immunity: US
16 Health Tip: Thwarting Head Lice
17 Cream with green tea extract hinders HIV transmission: study
18 Drug May Lessen Amputation Risk for Diabetics
19 Device helps ease severe asthma without drugs
20 Obese Ind. woman's body hauled away by wrecker
21 Schools Using Dangerous Discipline Methods
22 Putting Windows 7 to the test
23 Probe into teacher Twitter posts
24 Bet dieting takes hold in the UK
25 'My virtual surgery helped medics'
26 Atlantis Return Remains Up In The Air
27 H1N1 Flu's Genes Undetected For A Decade
28 The Truth About Summer Germs
29 Storms Again Delay Shuttle Landing
30 NASA scraps landing for shuttle 2nd day in a row
31 Retired General Picked to Lead NASA
32 Bolden Is Tapped to Run NASA
33 Cartier sues Apple over third party iPhone watch software
34 Cartier to Withdraw Suit Against Apple Over iPhone Applications
35 Cartier sues Apple for trademark infringement
36 Report: So. Carolina AG never prosecuted prostitution case
37 Federal judge muzzles Craigslist-threatening AG
38 Craigslist Gets Restraining Order Against A.G.
39 More on Google, Craigslist, and who's killing newspapers
40 Craigslist Fuels Online Classified-Ad Surge
41 Use of online classifieds skyrockets
42 Classifieds Usage Doubled Since '05? Guess What That Meant For Newspapers
43 Hairspray Bacteria, No-Buzz Bean Among Top New Species
44 A caffeine-free coffee plant is finally here
45 Report: Microsoft Set To Reveal Windows 7 Pricing
46 Microsoft may lift application limit for Windows Starter
47 US Army to adopt Vista and Office 2007 by end of 2009
48 'Democratize' Your Information with
49 Launched by Federal Government
50 Unlocking the Federal Filing Cabinets
51 What to expect from the RealDVD decision
52 Judge Weighs Testimony in RealDVD Copy Case
53 The future of Real DVD Jukebox hangs on one judge's decision
54 Google Chrome 2 is 20% faster than Chrome 1 in physical speed tests
55 Google Chrome 2.0 Browser Brings More Web Security
56 Hands On: Google Chrome 2
57 Mixed fates for Mars rovers after 5-plus years
58 NASA Rover uncovers more evidence of water on Mars
59 Huge Mars Region Shaped by Water, Rover Mission Finds
60 Entire Region of Mars Likely Shaped by Water
61 NASA records Martian environmental history
62 Mars Rover Finds More Evidence Of A Watery Past
63 Spirit Stuck in 'Insidious Invisible Rover Trap' on Mars
64 Cartier Withdraws Lawsuit Over Apple iPhone Program, WSJ Says
65 Yahoo Looking to Buy Its Way into Social Networking
66 Report: Yahoo Back on Acquisition Trail
67 Snarky reviews can sell anything--even ugly shirts
68 Inside Joke Launches Wolf T-Shirt to Top of Amazon Best Seller List
69 Joke reviews boost T-shirt sales
70 'Wolf shirt' on goes viral with newfound coolness
71 Obama Says Political, Economic Climate Right For Health Care Reform
72 Providers, insurers ready to come to the health care reform table
73 Doctor fears time is short for Danny
74 U.S. Asks Firms to Make Swine Flu Vaccine
75 Lake County health officials say E. coli threat from tainted beef has passed
76 Tips for BBQ and Grill Safety
77 Green Grilling for Memorial Day
78 Key protein may explain the anti-aging and anti-cancer benefits of dietary restriction
79 Preventing ear infections in the future: Delivering vaccine through the skin
80 When climate is iffy, birds sing a more elaborate tune
81 'Happy hour' gene discovery suggests cancer drugs might treat alcoholism
82 Scientists discover genetic defects linked with rare bearded lady
83 MicroRNA regulation of tumor-killing viruses avoids unwanted viral pathology
84 Mockingbirds in fickle climates sing fancier tunes
85 Back to basics: Scientists discover a fundamental mechanism for cell organization
86 Getting more from whole-transcript microarrays
87 Diabetics' heart attack risk can be reduced, research finds
88 New NOAA report offers in-depth look at Northwestern Hawaiian islands marine life, ecosystems
89 Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research
90 Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research
91 TB--hiding in plain sight
92 Scientists announce top 10 new species; issue SOS
93 The challenges of avian influenza virus: Mechanism, epidemiology and control
94 Why the thumb of the right hand is on the left hand side
95 Binge drinking in childhood and adolescence
96 Investigating the development of mechanosensitivity
97 Low levels of vitamin D linked to common vaginal infection in pregnant women
98 Nobel Laureate underscores importance of investment in basic research
99 New 3-D structural model of critical H1N1 protein developed
100 Waxy plant substance key for absorption of water, nutrients
101 Plant biodiversity enhanced thanks to spillover from landscape corridors
102 Protein from algae shows promise for stopping SARS
103 Why do people with Down syndrome have less cancer?
104 Revealing the long-awaited atomic structure of a well-known enzyme
105 Scientists create custom 3-dimensional structures with 'DNA origami'
106 Old Stain in a New Combination
107 Action of ghrelin hormone increases appetite and favors accumulation of abdominal fat
108 Seeing invisible resin
109 Queen's scientists discover eco-friendly wood dissolution
110 ISU researcher identifies genetic pathway responsible for much of plant growth
111 Protein that suppresses androgen receptors could improve prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment
112 Strong immune response to new siRNA drugs in development may cause toxic side effects
113 Novel approach estimates nanoparticles in environment
114 Giant Galaxy Messier 87 finally sized up
115 Skip This Cocktail Party: Contaminants in Marine Mammals' Brains
116 New 'broadband' cloaking technology simple to manufacture
117 Unusually large family of green fluorescent proteins discovered in marine creature
118 MIT replaces chrome coatings with safer metal alloys
119 'Missing link': Revealing fast-spinning pulsar mysteries
120 The cosmos is green: Researchers catch nature in the act of 'recycling' a star
121 LSUHSC research describes function of key protein in cancer spread
122 K-State's fast laser research and theory building on Einsten's work by timing electrons emissions
123 Thieving whale caught on video gives rare clues about hunting strategy, sound production
124 Astronomers catch a star being revved-up
125 Multiferroics--making a switch the electric way
126 Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research
127 Younger men with advanced prostate cancer have shorter survival times
128 New model suggests role of low vitamin D in cancer development
129 An efficient approach to monitor gastrointestinal microflora changes
130 A potential drug for liver carcinoma
131 Is there any association between COX2 and colon cancer?
132 A novel marker of colorectal carcinoma
133 Alzheimer's discovery could bring early diagnosis, treatment closer
134 Emergency Physicians Don't Follow Established Clinical Guidelines for Diagnosing Patients with Possible Pulmonary Emboli
135 Breast MRI Detects Additional "Unsuspected" Cancers Not Seen on Mammography or Ultrasound
136 Results of phase I trial of novel herbal therapy for men at high risk of prostate cancer
137 Salmonella's sweet tooth predicts its downfall
138 'Singing brains' offers epilepsy and schizophrenia clues
139 MIT robotic therapy holds promise for cerebral palsy
140 Jungle yeast
141 Personal discrimination on the Web
142 NIST engineers discover fundamental flaw in transistor noise theory
143 NIST defining the expanding world of cloud computing
144 NIST helping improve speed measurements for cars, bullets
145 Viral epidemics poised to go mobile
146 Online educational empowerment
147 Race Fans Are Riskier Drivers
148 Tasmanian Devils To Be Listed as 'Endangered'
149 Study: Consumers Are Using Less
150 Libraries, Food Banks Benefit from Transportation Modeling
151 60 Percent of Teens Text While Driving
152 Twitter: This Era's Hula Hoop
153 Innards of H1N1 Virus Resemble 'Flu Sausage'
154 Study Warns of Future Mobile Phone Viruses
155 Genes of 'Bearded Lady' Revealed
156 Ship Alarm Could Prevent Collisions with Creatures
157 Amid Media Circus, Scientists Doubt 'Ida' Is Your Ancestor
158 'Ida' Fossil Hype Went Too Far
159 Why 'Ida' Inspires Navel-Gazing at Our Ancestry
160 Real Soldiers Love Their Robot Brethren
161 At Least 3 Endangered Whales Found Off Tip of Greenland
162 New Needle So Tiny It "Injects" Meds Into Cell Organs
163 BEST BEACHES: Top Ten U.S. Shores of 2009 in Pictures
164 How Seahorses Evolved to Swim "Standing Up"
165 Global Warming Now Audible, Study Says
166 Huge Mars Region Shaped by Water, Rover Mission Finds
167 Lobsters vs. Sea Urchins
168 New Species Found at Great Barrier Reef
169 Attempts to preserve world's forests falling short
170 Teeth hint that right-handedness is an ancient trait
171 Flight fight over Grand Canyon noise pollution
172 Growing biofuel without razing the rainforest
173 Review: The End of Overeating
174 Spying roboflies to get minicam eyes
175 Corals upgrade algae to beat the heat
176 HIV vaccine turns muscle into antibody factories
177 'Smart' routers could cast a wider network
178 Shellfish reefs are 'most imperilled sea habitat'
179 Body burners: The forensics of fire
180 Fast-spinning pulsar seen stealing from neighbour
181 Earth's 'hum' may reveal stormier climate
182 'Happyhour' gene may help put boozers off their drink
183 'Wolf man' condition down to huge DNA malfunction
184 Space pioneers battle for greater freedom
185 Innovation: How cellphones will enhance reality
186 Why Ida fossil is not the missing link
187 Otzi the iceman: Up close and personal
188 Can a former shuttle pilot put NASA back on track?
189 Europe's HIV followed holiday routes
190 Europe may be blind to swine flu cases
191 Three-in-one sponge to clean the environment
192 Chilly brine could have harboured life on Mars
193 Magma pulses may reveal Earth's 'heartbeat'
194 Coming soon: First pictures of a black hole
195 Harnessing science to create the ultimate warrior
196 Coating Could Strengthen Nation's Infrastructure
197 Small Evolutionary Shifts Make Big Impacts--Like Developing Night Vision
198 New Book Suggests Earth Perhaps Not Such a Benevolent Mother After All
199 Scientists Create Custom Three-dimensional Structures with "DNA Origami"
200 Snail Venoms Reflect Reduced Competition
201 Unusually Large Family of Green Fluorescent Proteins Discovered in Marine Creature
202 Research Demonstrates Potential for Liquid Water on Present-Day Mars
203 Study Suggests Low-Dose Arsenic Compromises Immune Response to Influenza A
204 Engineers Discover Fundamental Flaw in Transistor Noise Theory
205 A Decade of Hi-Payoff, Hi-Throughput Combinatorial Research
206 Computer Security Team Defining the Expanding World of Cloud Computing
207 NIST Helping Improve Speed Measurements for Cars, Bullets
208 Researchers Solve Another Mystery in B Lymphocyte Development
209 NIST Validation Program Tests Next-Generation Internet Products
210 Giant Balloon Flying High Over Atlantic to Catch Cosmic Rays
211 Thieving Whale Caught on Video Gives Rare Clues about Hunting Strategy, Sound Production
212 Windy, Wet and Wild: Victoria Crater Unveils More of Mars' Geologic Past
213 Researchers Collaborate Across Continents in Weed Study
214 Identification of Key Protein May Explain Anti-cancer, Anti-aging Benefits of Dietary Restriction
215 Israeli Researchers Discover New Forms of Explosive Favored by Terrorists
216 New SOFC Seal Could Help Bring Efficient Energy Technology to Market
217 Every Move You Make: Free Smart Phone App Helps You Burn Calories
218 Scientists Announce Top 10 New Species; Issue SOS
219 47-Million-year-old Fossil Could Shed Light on Primate Family Tree
220 47-Million-year-old Fossil Could Shed Light on Primate Family Tree