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1 Snake Stroller Joins Google Earth Wonders
2 11 Gadget Gifts to Make Her Gush
3 Craigslist Threatened With Criminal Investigation
4 Too Fat for the Boy Scouts? New Weight Requirement Angers Some
5 First American Swine Flu Patient Dies
6 Americans Under Quarantine in China: 'We Are All Fine'
7 First U.S. Face Transplant Patient Appears Before Cameras
8 U2 comet dust predates solar system
9 Australian CO2 delay sends 'mixed message'
10 Black band disease hits Great Barrier Reef
11 Seagrass link to seahorse upright posture
12 Roads kill more than malaria: study
13 Robot sub aims for deepest ocean
14 Scientists pinpoint fats danger
15 'Anaconda' harnesses wave power
16 First US face transplant revealed
17 Rainforest film brings out stars
18 Tagging whale sharks in the Maldives
19 Mannequin making medicine safer
20 Amazon announces Kindle DX
21 Robot to create Facebook profile
22 Zombie computers 'on the rise'
23 Virgin pilots 200Mbps broadband
24 Office intruder 'steals' data
25 From Spitfires to sensors
26 Searching for another Google [et al.]
27 'Self-monitoring device' for HIV
28 US navy halts aid vessel over flu
29 China cigarette order up in smoke
30 Lesotho Aids diary: Orphan
31 'Choose the yum and risk the yuk?'
32 Attorneys General Want Craigslist Clean-Up
33 What's Not To Like About Windows 7?
34 Obama Touts "Clean Energy Economy"
35 Nation's First Face Transplant Patient Shows Face
36 Scientists Unveil Chocolate-fueled Race Car
37 How Hollywood Shapes Fears of Virus Outbreaks
38 Falling Furniture: Rising Risk for Children
39 Does Bullying Makes Kids Psychotic?
40 Jupiter Didn't Ignite, Despite Reports of a 2nd Sun
41 Ants Can Smell Death
42 Dark matter intrigue deepens
43 'Stench of life' prevents ants from being buried alive
44 The man who revealed the secrets of sweat
45 Tonal languages are the key to perfect pitch
46 Farmers' crops keeping US cool
47 Unknown web: Is the net hurting the environment?
48 Remember facts by cramming with fat
49 Science and art: Still two cultures divided?
50 Flu outbreak: The pig connection
51 Could flowers bloom on icy moon Europa?
52 Unknown internet 7: Could we shut the net down?
53 Shark versus whale, 4 million years BC
54 Bear tapping: A bile business
55 Gallery: Rescuing black bears from China's bile farms
56 Press 'print' for a light-emitting T-shirt
57 Early domestic animals were surprisingly well bred
58 Herschel and Planck: The countdown begins
59 At last, fake tan without the smell
60 Stopgap DNA Repair Needs a Second Step
61 Research Helps Better Understand a Misunderstood Molecule
62 Study Reveals 'Sobering' Decline of Caribbean's Big Fish, Fisheries
63 Sea Urchins' Digging Teeth are Designed to Stay Sharp
64 Star Crust 10 Billion Times Stronger than Steel
65 Scientists Show that White Blood Cells "Crawl"
66 Songs Raise Awareness About Aquatic Invasive Species
67 Research at Columbia University Medical Center shows why certain arterial plaques can turn deadly
68 Gene may 'bypass' disease-linked mitochondrial defects, fly study suggests
69 What separates dangerous blood vessel plaques from benign ones
70 La Jolla Institute announces 2.0 launch of major database to aid vaccine development worldwide
71 Better water use could reduce future food crises
72 Study reveals 'sobering' decline of Caribbean's big fish, fisheries
73 How social insects recognize dead nestmates
74 Stowers Researchers Develop Whole Genome Sequencing Approach for Mutation Discovery
75 Novel antibody prevents infection by hepatitis C virus
76 Researchers find snippet of RNA that helps make individuals remarkably alike
77 GEN highlights emerging biotechnology clusters
78 Theory shows mechanism behind delayed development of antibiotic resistance
79 CSHL scientists discover specific small RNA pathways protect germ line from transposons
80 New editorial in the FASEB Journal raises concerns over dietary supplements
81 Does new swine flu virus kill by causing a 'cytokine storm'?
82 Flow of potassium into cells implicated in schizophrenia
83 Study finds link between hot flashes and lower bone density in women
84 Hebrew University researchers neutralize tumor growth in embryonic stem cell therapy
85 Random picks better than complicated process in gene identification
86 Treatment for extreme nausea, vomiting during pregnancy
87 IPM Reduces Cockroaches and Allergens in Schools
88 Camphor-containing Products May Cause Seizures in Children
89 Wind, Salt, and Water Are Leading Indicators of Land Degradation in Abu Dhabi
90 Swine flu genes dissimilar to past pandemics
91 Scientists determine the structure of highly efficient light-harvesting molecules in green bacteria
92 First oral uveitis drug reduces both inflammation and recurrence in potentially blinding eye disease
93 Stopgap DNA Repair Needs a Second Step
94 Sea urchin digging teeth are designed to stay sharp
95 Weizmann Institute Scientists Show White Blood Cells Move like Millipedes
96 New light shed on the enigma of salt intake and hypertension
97 When atoms are getting close
98 Princeton geoscientist offers new evidence that meteorite did not wipe out dinosaurs
99 NASA's Fermi Explores High-energy "Space Invaders"
100 Carnegie Mellon Researchers Identify New Drug To Prevent Seizure Progression in Model of Epilepsy
101 New Antarctic seabed sonar images reveal clues to sea-level rise
102 Study plunges standard theory of cosmology into crisis
103 Lessons from Schon--the worst physics fraudster?
104 Scientists demonstrate effect of confining dielectrics on semiconductor nanowire conductivity
105 Battery-powered vehicles to be revolutionized by Universite de Montreal technology
106 Star crust 10 billion times stronger than steel, IU physicist finds
107 Why parents miss their children's immunization visits
108 Arrythmia associated with heart attacks linked to higher risk of death
109 Program reduces hospital and emergency department use among homeless adults with chronic illnesses
110 Irregular heart rhythm before or after cardiac catheterization linked to risk of death
111 Elevated level of certain protein in urine linked to increased risk for blood clots
112 Computer-based phone calls raise awareness, control of blood pressure
113 Even mildly premature infants have increased risk of a common respiratory tract infection
114 Extra support helps obese women cycle to and from work
115 Estrogen Controls How the Brain Processes Sound
116 Novel gene predicts local recurrence in early onset breast cancer
117 Sleep apnea may not be closely linked to heart failure severity
118 Nurses are assessing mothers with mental health issues despite lack of guidance and formal training
119 Children as young as 19 months understand different dialects
120 New universal breast cancer marker predicts recurrence and clinical outcome
121 NIST super-sensors to measure 'signature' of inflationary universe
122 New and improved tomato analyzer
123 Moving gene therapy forward with mobile DNA
124 Nanotechnology holds promise for STD drug delivery
125 Getting a grip on complexes
126 Targeting tumors using tiny gold particles
127 Research gives clues for self-cleaning materials, water-striding robots
128 UGA biomedical engineer publishes on 'super-resolution' video imaging
129 Animals on runways can cause serious problems at small airports
130 Nano-sandwich Triggers Novel Electron Behavior
131 Experts Forecast Future of Technology Innovation in China
132 See the force: Mechanical stress leads to self-sensing in solid polymers
133 How to Make (Robot) Friends and Influence People
134 How to Save a Trillion Dollars
135 Unmasking Social-Network Users
136 New Vaccines for Swine Flu
137 Could the Kindle DX save Sprint Nextel?
138 Amazon Reveals New Kindle Aimed at Periodicals, Textbooks
139 Dell Adds WiMAX Options to Two Notebooks
140 South Carolina sets ultimatum for Craigslist
141 Windows 7's "XP Mode" Won't Run on Some CPUs
142 Some Intel chips don't support Windows 7 'XP mode'
143 Microsoft CEO says more jobs may go
144 Microsoft Continues Layoffs, Massive Affected
145 Microsoft Lays Off Thousands, More Could Be Coming
146 5 Reasons Apple Should Get Into Gaming (Even If It Doesn't Buy EA)
147 10 Things Apple Should Do With Twitter
148 10 iPhone Apps for Foodies
149 Prediction: Apple will recommend security software
150 Consumer Reports Says Macs Feature Better Quality, Higher Prices Than PCs
151 Is Twitter, instead of Yahoo, the better buy for Microsoft?
152 What Apple has bought, and what it hasn't
153 Intel Changes Marketing Gears to Promote Innovation
154 Feds Indict Swede In Cisco, NASA Hacks
155 Why BlackBerry Still Beats iPhone For Some
156 EU Telecoms Commissioner declares Internet access a "fundamental right"
157 ICANN if You Can: U.S. Asked to Give Up 'Net Control
158 UW grad, camera technology headed for Hubble
159 On Cusp of Big Transition, NASA Lacks Permanent Leader
160 Astronauts eager for last Hubble visit
161 NASA, Government May Give Shuttle Fleet Additional Lifeline
162 Obama to reevaluate Constellation project
163 NASA's program for future space flight to be reviewed
164 Health Buzz: Face Transplant Recipient Goes Public and Other Health News
165 Connie Culp: Face Transplant Successful, First in US History
166 Officials Weigh In on Swine Flu Vaccine Plans
167 Philippine boxer 'must stay away'
168 Health Insurers Try to Scuttle Obama Plan
169 Health Insurers Agree to End Higher Premiums for Women
170 FDA approves new treatment for brain cancer
171 Bevacizumab Gets Fast-Track Approval for Glioblastoma
172 FDA approves Avastin to treat brain cancer
173 Bay Biz Buzz: Genentech's Avastin approved for brain cancer [et al.]
174 Officials agree flu seems mild; closures eased
175 BBB warns of deceptive auto warranty pitches
176 Swine Flu-Scam
177 Neb. BBB warns consumers about swine flu scams
178 Pork producer ad blitz no instant cure for flu fears
179 U.S. Testing for Flu in Pigs Less Stringent Than for Mad Cow, Bird Flu
180 Pfizer signs license for stem cell research
181 Pfizer licenses UW stem cells
182 Israeli researchers discover method to neutralize tumor growth in embryonic stem cell therapy
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