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1 iPhone Art Graces Cover of New Yorker Magazine
2 Did Asteroids Really Do in the Dinosaurs?
3 Web Service Twitter Plans TV Competition Series
4 How to Land a Space Shuttle
5 The Iron-Nun: Sister Madonna Buder Balances Her Love for Faith and Fitness
6 Menopause: Hormones Can Help Memory and Lift Brain Fog
7 Doctor of Boy Who Fled Chemo Says Hausers Are 'Good People'
8 Indigenous health linked to land care
9 Solar thermal surge possible by 2050
10 Artificial sweetener lingers in groundwater
11 Space rock yields carbon bounty
12 Hi-tech aims to improve lifestyle
13 Study unlocks history of the seas
14 Rooks reveal remarkable tool use
15 Deforestation 'faster in Africa'
16 Climate link to mockingbird songs
17 Shipwreck's 'Prince Charlie' link
18 Sub will explore undersea borders
19 Quake zone diary
20 New rate for music digital stream
21 The Tech Lab: Paul Twomey
22 Gene links heart and gum disease
23 US 'cancer battle' teen returns
24 Zimbabwe cholera 'to top 100,000'
25 Floppy baby syndrome breakthrough
26 Snoring 'cures' fail for majority
27 Six names for six boys and girls
28 Danny Wallace: "I've learned to live with MS"
29 'Abba' girl defies killer disease
30 Cancer battle of a World Cup hero
31 How Close Is "Terminator"-Like World?
32 Rooks Are Latest Bird To Use Tools
33 Lawyer: Mom Wants Non-Toxic Cancer Therapy
34 Red Cross: Cholera To Hit 100K In Zimbabwe
35 Trace Amount Of Cocaine Found In Red Bull
36 Flu Outbreak Reveals Healthcare Shortfalls
37 Report: Intel, Microsoft Limiting Netbook Size?
38 How Microsoft is Fixing Netbook Prices
39 Correcting the Rhetoric: Windows Vista Is Secure
40 Nokia Ovi Store Launch Is A Complete Disaster
41 Nokia Opens Ovi App Store, U.S. Will Have to Wait
42 Would you rather Bing it, Kumo it, or Live Search it?
43 Microsoft's Big Search Gambit
44 To Bing or not to Bing?
45 HTC to Sell Google Android Smartphone in China
46 Apple Amenable to Idea of Pan-European ITunes Store
47 MAY 26, 2009, 11:39 A.M. ET
48 Apple iTunes may hit more markets with French move
49 Hot Apple Rumors: 32-GB iPhone Almost Certainly A Go
50 32GB iPhone Looking More Likely
51 Deathmatch: BlackBerry versus iPhone
52 New Yorker Cover Art Created on an iPhone
53 New Yorker Features iPhone Painting On Cover
54 Artist creates New Yorker cover on an iPhone
55 New Yorker Cover Art Drawn Entirely on iPhone
56 Vaccine Refusal Puts Kids at Risk for Whooping Cough
57 Refusing whooping cough vaccine shown to raise risk
58 Refusing Shots Puts Kids at Higher Risk for Whooping Cough
59 Unvaccinated Kids Getting Whooping Cough
60 Boy Refusing Cancer Treatment Returns Home With Mother
61 Gum Disease, Heart Disease Share Genetic Link
62 Inner Ear Dysfunction Puts Older Adults at Risk of Falls
63 Many Elderly Falls Due to Inner-Ear Imbalance
64 NYT: Texting on Cell Phones Causes Anxiety, Insomnia, Dumbness
65 Physicians: Texting creates health problems for teens
66 New FDA chiefs stress science, better food safety
67 WHO defends decision not to declare pandemic
68 WHO to refine flu pandemic criteria
69 Big Tobacco Loses Another Appeal
70 Report: Sacramento 12th-fittest city in California
71 Washington D.C. Named Fittest City In America
72 Socialites and Curmudgeons: Two Brain Types
73 The Chemistry of Life: The Plastic in Cars
74 Obesity Paradox: When Fat Only Seems Healthy
75 North Korea's bigger blast
76 Russia makes major shift in climate policy
77 Space storm caught slamming into Earth's atmosphere
78 Role of mirror neurons may need a rethink
79 Comment: Get real, drug czars
80 North Korea's nuke test could have positive outcome
81 A Facebook profile can reveal the real you
82 Review: Newton and the Counterfeiter
83 Confidence as important as IQ in exam success
84 Extra gene fights cancer in Down's
85 Fake web traffic can hide secret chat
86 Rising sea levels: Survival tips from 5000 BC
87 Colour-coded fuse has a flare for messaging
88 Students Make Biodiesel from Waste Vegetable Oil
89 New Technique Could Find Water on Earth-like Planets Orbiting Distant Suns
90 Researchers Gain Ground in Efforts to Fight Parasite Infection
91 Look Mom, No Electricity
92 What VCs Are Investing In
93 Higher-Performance Plastic Electronics
94 Better Brain-Wave Analysis
95 New Technique Could Find Water On Earth-like Planets Orbiting Distant Suns
96 New Memory Material May Hold Data For One Billion Years
97 Tool-making Birds: Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention For Clever Rooks
98 Link Between Sociality And Brain Increase In Carnivores Questioned By Evolutionary Biologists
99 Rapid Climate Change Forces Scientists To Evaluate 'Extreme' Conservation Strategies
100 Fire And Water Reveal New Archaeological Dating Method
101 Opposites Attract: How Genetics Influences Humans To Choose Their Mates
102 Historic Hubble Servicing Mission 4 Ends With Successful Landing
103 Yeast Missing Sex Genes Undergo Unexpected Sexual Reproduction
104 Virus Tamed To Destroy Cancer Cells But Leave Healthy Cells Unharmed
105 New Model Of Cancer Development: Low Vitamin D Levels May Have Role
106 Protein Identified As Critical To Insulating The Body's Wiring Could Also Become Treatment Target
107 Key Protein May Explain The Anti-aging And Anti-cancer Benefits Of Dietary Restriction
108 Bacteria With A Built-in Thermometer: How Bacteria Measure Temperature And Thereby Control Infection
109 How Does The Human Brain Work? New Ways To Better Understand How Our Brain Processes Information
110 Elderly Women With 'Dowager's Hump' May Be At Higher Risk Of Earlier Death
111 Action Of Ghrelin Hormone Increases Appetite And Favors Accumulation Of Abdominal Fat
112 Proteomics: Finding The Key Ingredients Of Disease
113 Australian Team Reveals World-first Discovery In A 'Floppy Baby' Syndrome
114 Menopause Transition May Cause Trouble Learning
115 Cholesterol-lowering Drugs May Help Prevent Stroke Recurrence, Study Suggests
116 Why The Thumb Of The Right Hand Is On The Left Hand Side
117 Immune Genes Adapt To Parasites
118 Beetles To Be Used To Show Consequences Of Inbreeding
119 Climate History Of Arctic Illuminated By Study Of 3.6-Million-Year-Old Meteorite Impact Crater In Siberia
120 Repeated Fire And Drought: A Menace For Mediterranean Forests
121 Mockingbirds In Fickle Climates Sing Fancier Tunes
122 Ocean Life Of Ages Past Boggle Modern Imagination With Incredible Sizes, Abundance And Distribution
123 Primate Eye Evolution: Small Evolutionary Shifts Make Big Impacts--Like Developing Night Vision
124 Seeing Beyond The Invisible: Uncovering Our Planet's Past To Help Predict Its Future
125 Long-sought Way To Make 'Nano-raspberries' May Fight Foggy Windows And Eyeglasses
126 New Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Seal Could Help Bring Efficient Energy Technology To Market
127 Hydrogen Powered Municipal Vehicle Being Tested In Everyday Use
128 Buckyball Computer Simulations Help Team Find Molecular Key To Combating HIV
129 Psychologists Find That Head Movement Is More Important Than Gender In Nonverbal Communication
130 Brain takes just 200 milliseconds to interpret facial expressions
131 GOCE satellite achieves drag-free perfection (w/Videos)
132 Microfossils challenge prevailing views of the effects of 'Snowball Earth' glaciations on life
133 Apple iPhone to Receive Some Upgrades
134 Studying the 'mountains' and 'starquakes' that develop on neutron stars
135 Scientists reaching consensus on how brain processes speech
136 Scientists Develop New Method to Find Alien Oceans, Earth-like Planets (w/Videos)
137 Kids with ADHD need to fidget, study says
138 New discoveries upend traditional thinking about how plants make certain compounds
139 Europe's top dailies in 10 languages online
140 Court says no exclusive cable rights in apartments
141 Arthritis drug might prove effective in fighting the flu, study suggests
142 Europe's fastest supercomputer unveiled in Germany
143 Japan mouse study finds hair-loss gene: researcher
144 Astronauts to blast off to expanded space station
145 Poor attention in kindergarten predicts lower high school test scores
146 China to build world's largest quake simulator
147 Racing the clock: Rapid climate change forces scientists to evaluate extreme conservation strategies
148 Necessity is the mother of invention for clever birds (w/Videos)
149 Legalize it? Medical evidence on marijuana blows both ways
150 Brain-behavior disconnect in cocaine addiction
151 What is the function of lymph nodes?
152 One size does not fit all: A new look at therapies
153 Most efficient spectrograph to shoot the Southern skies
154 Monash researchers lead the way in blood clotting discovery
155 Carbohydrate restriction may slow prostate tumor growth
156 Drug-eluting stents more effective than bare-metal stents in heart attack patients
157 Intensive glucose control in diabetics reduces heart attacks
158 Singaporean scientists conduct world's first remote X-ray scattering experiment
159 Too much entanglement can render quantum computers useless
160 Researcher finds higher summer ozone concentrations in southeast metro Atlanta
161 Review: AAA iPhone app offers member discounts
162 Paperless proof, the e-government magic act
163 Project Whirlwind comes home
164 New research helps explain how connexin hemichannels are kept closed
165 Colorful columns: Simple method for the production of microcylinders with multiple compartments
166 'Disordered' amino acids may really be there to provide wiggle room for signaling protein
167 Jeepers creepers: Climate change threatens endangered honeycreepers
168 Scientists find city rats are loyal to their 'hoods'
169 Zebrafish provide a model for cancerous melanoma in humans
170 Activated stem cells in damaged lungs could be first step toward cancer
171 Strict maternal feeding practices not linked to child weight gain
172 Refusing immunizations puts children at increased risk of pertussis infection
173 The neurobiology of musicality related to the intrinsic attachment behavior?
174 Is vitamin D deficiency linked to Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia?
175 Can we afford the cancer care of the future?
176 Caffeic acid inhibits colitis in a mouse model--is a drug-metabolizing gene crucial?
177 Prescribing sunshine for multiple sclerosis?
178 New extinct lemur species discovered in Madagascar
179 DNA may identify sailor 68 years after Pearl Harbor