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1 Physicians Must Treat 'Transplant Tourists'
2 Did Rice Wine Lead to Flushed Faces in Asia?
3 Addictions, Bad Habits Can 'Highjack' Brain
4 Reps to Request Info on White House Health Care Deals
5 Inmates Gets Time Off Sentences for Taking Yoga
6 Quakes 'decade's worst disasters'
7 Harrabin's Notes: IPCC under scrutiny
8 'I didn't realise I was at risk from bleeding disorder'
9 'Inspired by the man who saved me as a baby'
10 Back From the Brink
11 U.S. Beefs Up Missile Defenses in Gulf
12 Schools Face Uphill Challenge to Improve
13 Haiti Shows Signs of Hope After Quake
14 Leno: I Was Victim of NBC
15 Wondering Why You Can't Pre-Order an iPad? It Isn't Legal Yet
16 Steve Jobs and the Economics of Elitism
17 How to make the iPad a better music device
18 Apple Pulls Flash Content From iPad Promos
19 Cellphone Curbs May Not Decrease Car Crashes
20 Study: Distractions, not phones, cause car crashes
21 AT&T Touts Network Investments to Support iPad
22 Will Strong iPad Sales Undo ATandT's San Francisco, NY Efforts?
23 Verizon takes hit as Apple chooses AT&T for iPad
24 The Significance Of Apple Sticking With AT&T For The iPad
25 TechBytes: AT&T Network Investment
26 AT&T plans $2bn wireless overhaul
27 Can AT&T Bear the Burden of Another Apple Gadget?
28 Who will buy the iPad?
29 Cuban: iPad will change how kids grow up
30 Publishers embrace iPad, but revolution unlikely
31 When Is One More Gadget Just Too Many?
32 Apple iPad: Views from the web
33 Texas lawmakers balk at cutting manned spaceflight
34 NASA to Get $6 Billion to Outsource Crew Ferry (Update1)
35 Obama Plan Privatizes Astronaut Launchings
36 Google joins the 'kill-IE6' campaign
37 Laser fusion test results raise energy hopes
38 Is fusion success in sight?
39 Fusion Power a Step Closer After Giant Laser Blast
40 Focusing 192 lasers on one little target
41 Giant laser reaches key milestone for fusion
42 WSJ: Amazon may again be mulling Netflix buy
43 Netflix CEO: iPad App Not a Priority
44 Netflix soars on earnings, takeover rumors
45 Fossil find in China boosts dinosaur-bird link
46 New dinosaur discovery solves evolutionary bird puzzle
47 Experts Unveil Dino, Oldest Known Ancestor of Birds
48 Chinese fossil may be early bird ancestor
49 New findings: dinosaurs were birds of a colored feather
50 Experts unveil dino, oldest known ancestor of birds
51 Google dangles the Chrome carrot
52 Google offers bounty for Chrome vulnerabilities
53 Could open source abandon the Google train?
54 IBM Defends DB2 Against Ellison's 'Ignorant' Remarks
55 Oracle climbs up the food chain
56 Google's Social Search Won't Leverage Much of Facebook
57 Google searches getting more social
58 Google Social Search Reaches Beta
59 Google Social Search Arrives to Challenge Facebook
60 Google Stamps Social Search With Beta Status
61 Google graduates social stalking tool
62 Google rolls out 'Social Search'
63 Google Email Uploader Moves Your Archives to Gmail
64 Google Email Uploader now available for Mac
65 Mac Users Can Now Upload Their Old Email Directly to Google Mail
66 Google Debuts Click-to-Call Mobile Ads
67 Google intros click-to-call in mobile ads, popular image search
68 Google Click-to-Call Ads Could Hold Bright Future for Mobile Ads
69 Intel, Micron to Shrink NAND Flash to 25 nm
70 Intel and Micron to Produce New 25nm NAND Flash Memory Chips
71 Intel and Micron First to 25nm With New Flash Memory Chips
72 Intel, Micron take NAND lead, roll 25-nm chip
73 Have a break to boost your memory power
74 To Boost Your Memory, Take a Break
75 Studies: An Idle Brain May Be Ripe for Learning
76 Taking a break helps boost memory
77 To Help Your Memory, Relax and Take a Break
78 When the mind rests, memories become stronger, NYU study suggests
79 New superstore for growing medical cannabis opens in Oakland
80 The Haiti Earthquake
81 Call for breast milk donations in Haiti goes bust
82 Lack of refrigeration hampers breast milk donations in Haiti
83 Infant victims of Haiti's earthquake need breast milk*
84 Haiti Aid Efforts Go Awry in the 'Convoy to Nowhere'
85 REBUILDING HAITI: Do it right this time
86 Secondhand Smoke Adds to Risk for Smokers
87 Research: Smokers inhale their own secondhand smoke
88 13 California hospitals fined for medical errors
89 Hospitals hit with hefty fines for not following their own policies
90 Calif. hospitals hit with safety penalties
91 3 Bay Area hospitals issued safety citations
92 Putting fences around medical marijuana use
93 Medical marijuana bill passes first hurdle
94 Medical-marijuana bill gets senate OK with amendments
95 Ancient and modern: First science academy is 350 years old
96 Coral in Florida Keys suffers lethal hit from cold
97 Books pulled from in pricing dispute
98 NASA to get more money, but must scratch moon plan
99 Mexico: Maya tomb find could help explain collapse
100 The sea level has been rising and falling over the last 2,500 years
101 Law of probabilities backs hopes for E.T., conference hears
102 Stratospheric Water Vapor is a Global Warming Wild Card
103 Scientists grow solar cell components in tobacco plants
104 Maximum height of extreme waves up dramatically in Pacific Northwest
105 zeroHouse Speaks To The Conservationist And The Romanticist
106 Glasgow scientists predict mass of new particle
107 Scientists Produce Unprecedented 1 Megajoule Laser Shot, Step Towards Fusion Ignition
108 Apple's iPad Vs Lenovo's IdeaPad U1Hybrid Notebook (w/ Video)
109 India plans manned space mission in 2016
110 Scientists create model of monster 'Frankenstorm'
111 Levitating magnet may yield new approach to clean energy
112 Spotlight turns to Apple's 'latest creation'
113 Search for frozen camera may reveal who climbed Everest first
114 Study finds barefoot runners have less foot stress than shod ones (w/ Video)
115 Is the Mona Lisa a Self-Portrait?
116 Geoscientists Drill Deepest Hole in Ocean Crust in Scientific Ocean Drilling History
117 Power from down under
118 Astronomers Find Rare Beast by New Means
119 Endeavour to bring high-tech 'sunroom' to ISS
120 Nanocables could lead to more powerful lithium-ion batteries
121 Digital quantum batteries inspired by plasma TVs
122 Dry printing of nanotube patterns to any surface could revolutionize microelectronics
123 An organic transistor paves the way for new generations of neuro-inspired computers
124 Researchers suggest new memory storage mineral
125 Peering inside an artificial sun
126 Optical refrigeration expected to enhance airborne and spaceborne applications
127 Physicists Investigate Possibility of an 'Unhiggs'
128 Stacking the deck: Single photons observed at seemingly faster-than-light speeds
129 Diamond is one tough cookie
130 Mismatched alloys are a good match for thermoelectics
131 Going For Exawatts: Building the most powerful laser in the world
132 Superconducting hydrogen?
133 Surprising discovery: X-rays drive formation of new crystals
134 Acoustic levitation could be used on Mars
135 CT scanner checks on well-being of aging U.S. nuclear weapons
136 How 'random' lasers work
137 A Lawyer's View of the Risk of Black Hole Catastrophe at the LHC
138 Using supercomputers to explore nuclear energy (w/ Video)
139 UN climate panel based claims on student essay: report
140 Farmers mainly to blame for deforestation in the Amazon
141 Auspicious orbit marks run-up to Phobos flyby
142 The Cosmic Distance Scale
143 Hospital scanner could curb nuclear waste threat
144 Grape growing, fish protection clash in California
145 Prometheus: Over Easy
146 The Dynamics of Forest Canopy Motion
147 The Moon may have formed in a nuclear explosion
148 Quakes were biggest disaster killers of decade: UN
149 A New Kind Of Lightning Discovered
150 Watchdog: UK university hid climate data
151 iPad neat, but I'm waiting for ver. 2.0
152 Apple backs VoIP calls over 3G networks for iPhone
153 Gadgets: Printing without ink? Yes [et al.]
154 Epson Develops Graphics Engine-Equipped Application Processor for Effortlessly Rendering Screens
155 Apple's Jobs unveils 'intimate' $499 iPad tablet
156 Did McGraw-Hill CEO spill Apple's tablet secret?
157 Gadgets: Affordable noise-canceling headphones both fit and sound great
158 Fears Australian piracy case could shut off net
159 Obama pushes nuclear energy to boost climate bill
160 Japan's Fujitsu says it made first 'iPad'
161 New Russian fighter jet makes maiden flight: official
162 Nintendo chief unimpressed with Apple's iPad
163 Smart grid could reduce emissions by 12 percent
164 WikiLeaks shuts due to lack of funds, hopes to be back soon
165 R.I.P., 3-1-1: Washington feels your pain
166 Google boss worries about teen reading
167 No catastrophes please, it's software modelling
168 Dreams? There's apps for them, too
169 Virtual USA
170 Natural gas supplies could be augmented with methane hydrate
171 N/A
172 Computer mimics nature by watching TV (w/ Video)
173 Honda Begins Operation of New Solar Hydrogen Station in LA
174 Power plants, other infrastructure face hackers
175 Self-healing polymer 'starfish' prolong lifetime of automotive oils
176 New paper describes important advance in imaging of cell death
177 Europe seeks alternatives to natural latex from Asia
178 Gene function discovery: Guilt by association
179 Bees recognize human faces using feature configuration
180 Biologists identify new spiny pocket mouse species
181 Fermenting fodder into fuel
182 Rotifers avoid sex for millions of years by blowing away
183 The almond tree's secret weapon
184 Probing Question: Why did mammals survive the 'K/T extinction'?
185 Seabirds' movement patterns tied to what fishermen toss away
186 Stem cell breakthrough: Bone marrow cells are the answer
187 Predator revival sparks dunlin weight loss
188 Developmental delay may explain behavior of easygoing ape species
189 Are new genes always better?
190 With climate change, birds are taking off for migration sooner; not reaching destinations earlier
191 Seabed biodiversity of the Straits of Magellan and Drake Passage
192 Fewer honey bee colonies and beekeepers throughout Europe
193 World Bank wants tiger farms shut
194 Pesticides most important barrier for the recovery of biodiversity on farmland
195 Trees retaliate when their fig wasps don't service them
196 HIV researchers solve key puzzle after 20 years of trying (w/ Video)
197 Marshall Islands in health emergency over TB outbreak
198 Got a decision to make? Get some sugar in your system: study
199 New morning-after pill works for up to 5 days
200 Researchers identify brain protein for synapse development
201 Dead neuron clean-up crew in peripheral nervous system found
202 Fighting cancer with light
203 Treating diabetes
204 Researchers propose novel theory for mammalian stem cell regulation
205 Researchers perform complete genomic sequencing of brain cancer cell line
206 New vaccine effective in preventing TB in African patients with HIV infection
207 Promising new neuroimaging techniques for early detection of Alzheimer's disease
208 New computational tool for cancer treatment
209 Grandpa's broken hip may mean weaker bones for his grandsons
210 Curing more cervical cancer cases may be in the math
211 Multiple sclerosis risk changes with the season
212 Non-invasive testing, earlier surgery can stop seizures in tuberous sclerosis complex
213 Biomarker could help doctors tailor treatment for rheumatoid arthritis
214 Novel studies of decomposition shed new light on our earliest fossil ancestry (w/ Video)
215 Research sheds light on new employees
216 Early humans caused extinction of Australia's giant animals
217 Dinosaur discovery helps solve piece of evolutionary puzzle (w/ Video)
218 Scientists map changes in science and beyond
219 Sociologists find older adults turning to online options for love, marriage
220 American opinion cools on global warming
221 Last Neanderthals died out 37,000 years ago
222 Giant sculptured Mayan head found
223 Study pinpoints role of social networks in happiness
224 Lost Roman law code discovered in London
225 Condom or no condom? It's not what you say, it's how you say it