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1 Oakland climber found dead on Mount Shasta
2 Fishermen try to save Chinook salmon in delta
3 How do flowers know to bloom in spring? Now humans know, too
4 Biz Break: For Apple's iPad, a cavalcade of apps (from A to Z)
5 Web site by Stanford experts monitors app security
6 Apple's much-anticipated iPad goes on sale
7 Calif. bill would expand pesticide safety program
8 Inactivating Gene May Cut Breast Cancer Risk
9 How Should Earth Respond When Aliens Say Hello?
10 Russia to help Venezuela's nuclear bid: Chavez
11 Ex-LA fire official gets 90 days for dog beating
12 NYC study: 50 native plants disappearing
13 Parkinson's Linked to Genetic Mutation
14 Shutterbug Astronauts Smash Space Photography Record
15 Putin bolsters oil, defense ties with Venezuela
16 Conservation calls as Canada bear hunt season opens
17 Even in the Desert, Plants Feel the Heat of Global Warming
18 iPad Already Changing the Way Web Sites Are Built
19 Spacewoman power: 4 women in orbit at same time
20 Center's Alzheimer's patients paint what they can't say
21 Chronicle outdoors writer arrested in pot case
22 Popular Chronicle outdoors writer arrested in pot bust
23 Palo Alto wants Stanford to help pay for cop shop
24 'Dynasty' oil tycoon John Forsythe dead at 92
25 FAA: Pilots allowed to take antidepressants on job
26 Sensory-Friendly Film Screenings for Kids with Autism
27 Turning Your Workday Into Weight Loss
28 2 million eager for health care on parents' plans
29 CDC: New England tops in swine flu vaccinations
30 Apple's iPad: One Small Step for Tablets, One Giant Leap for Personal Computers
31 Why Volcanic Eruptions Can Spark Lightning
32 Bionic Eye Attempts to Restore Vision
33 iPad Could Boost Interactive Music
34 Q&A: Discovering the World on the Most Dangerous Buses, Boats, Trains and Planes
35 Inca Skeletons Show Evidence of Spanish Brutality
36 10 Apps We're Excited to Try on iPad Launch Day
37 Conspiracy, or Must-See TV? Wikileaks to Unveil Secret Video
38 For iFixit, iPad Is D-Day + Super Bowl + Oscars
39 Gut Check: Pixar Tech Lets Docs See in 3-D
40 Google, China and Censorship: A FAQ
41 Alt Text: 'Supertaskers' and Other Cellphone Oddities
42 Think You're Good at Driving While on Your Cellphone? You May Be Right
43 NASA Begins Countdown for Monday's Shuttle Launch
44 People Ratings Site 'Unvarnished' Unleashes Controversy
45 Offshore Oil Drilling: Nobody's Happy
46 Apple iPad hits shops in America
47 Apple's iPad review round-up
48 Blocking gene boosts cancer killing radiotherapy
49 Everything You Want to Know About the iPad
50 The iPad--Revolutionary, or All Hype?
51 Finally--the iPad Launches
52 How the iPad May Change Computers Forever
53 Tortoises: Antisocial But Not Dumb
54 Doctor to Obama Supporters: Find a New M.D.
55 Republicans Dig in on Financial Overhaul
56 Demand for iPad Is Put to the Test in Debut
57 Apple iPad Hits Stores in the US
58 Live blog: Apple iPad launch day
59 How the iPad will (or won't) change video games
60 Apple iPad Keyboard Dock
61 'iPad is here,' Apple declares on highly anticipated launch day
62 Apple iPad: The situation for UK consumers
63 Obama's Space Summit Coming Amid Discovery's Mission
64 Marvel's iPad App Worries Store Owners, Comic Fans Mixed
65 Can the iPad Do What a Comics Store Can?
66 All the News That's Fit to Tap: NYT, BBC, WSJ, AP on iPad
67 Big names unveil iPad apps
68 Netflix, Hulu, CBS, ABC, TED, Flickr, more readying for iPad
69 Growth of Unpaid Internships May Be Illegal, Officials Say
70 Poll Technica: To iPad, or not to iPad, that is the question
71 Is the 10-inch Netbook going to disappear?
72 iPad teardown reveals a 'gorgeous,' symmetrical interior
73 FCC photos reveal iPad internals, sculpted aluminum case
74 iFixit Tears Down iPad, Analyzes Its Guts
75 Special Report: iPad striptease: It's what's inside that counts
76 iPad teardown photos: Thank you, FCC
77 San Luis Obispo's iFixit to analyze iPad
78 Apple's much-anticipated iPad goes on sale
79 iPad's Safari edges closer to the desktop
80 iPad's Comfort Factor Questioned
81 Publishers Anxiously Develop iPad Payment Models
82 Apathy for the Apple iPad? Big deal
83 Apple iPad: Just Say No?
84 New York Times prominent among media iPad apps
85 Are iPad Editions 'Print Plus' or Something Else?
86 Depressed pilots may fly with medication, FAA says
87 True or false? Top 7 health care fears
88 Health Care Reform: A historical vote in Washington
89 Insurance Pool to Offer Reduced-Rate Coverage
90 High-risk health insurance pools set to begin in June
91 Six: Kansas won't pursue legal action against federal health reform
92 Working Wives Still Expected to Do It All, Study Finds
93 Women 'give up careers because of unhelpful husbands'
94 Study: Women More Likely Than Men to Leave Career
95 Health Matters: Suspect a child is being abused?
96 A Pfizer Whistle-Blower Is Awarded $1.4 Million
97 Pfizer Cares About Safety, But Only "Informally," Email Says
98 The End of History (Books)
99 Web site by Stanford experts monitors app security
100 Amazon routes Kindle books to rival iPad
101 China's iPad look-alikes brace for the real thing
102 Can Clever Hackers Target Smart Phones?
103 Study reveals that logging debris suppresses development of an invasive competitor, Scotch broom
104 Ecologists receive mixed news from fossil record
105 Invisibility cloak that generates virtual images gets closer to realization
106 A step toward lighter batteries: Metal catalysts play important role in improving efficiency
107 Researchers Find Differences In How The Brains Of Some Individuals Process The World Around Them
108 A Grand Unified Theory of Artificial Intelligence
109 Zero carbon, zero waste city being built in Abu Dhabi (w/ Video)
110 Neuroscientists Show How Brain Stores Memories of Specific Fears
111 Smoking is dumb: Researcher finds link between cigarette smoking and IQ
112 Ice sheet melt identified as trigger of Big Freeze
113 What are 'mini' black holes?
114 Scientists stumped as bee population declines further
115 How to Respond When E.T. Says Hello
116 Physicists Identify New Kind of Star
117 Spanking sparks aggression, does little to reduce behavior problems
118 What if all software was open source? A code to unlock the desktop
119 Scientists discover world's smallest superconductor
120 Microbes reprogrammed to ooze oil for renewable biofuel (w/ Video)
121 Leonardo Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' reveals more secrets
122 To scientists, laughter is no joke--it's serious
123 A Tiny Defect That May Create Smaller, Faster Electronics
124 Shining Light on Graphene-Metal Interactions
125 Nanoscale 'stealth' probe slides into cell walls seamlessly
126 Nanotechnologists reveal the frictional characteristics of atomically thin sheets (w/ Video)
127 New Path To Solar Energy Via Solid-State Photovoltaics
128 Physicists demonstrate 100-fold speed increase in optical quantum memory
129 Buried shells in Houston are no treasure
130 NASA Send Cells Into Space
131 Intense Star Formation in the Early Universe
132 Stockholm's Green City award for what you can't see
133 A Fresh Look at Jupiter's Great Red Spot
134 Was a giant comet responsible for a North American catastrophe in 11000 BC?
135 Desert spreading like 'cancer,' Egypt conference told
136 Mars rover Spirit misses communication session
137 Not so fast! Andes rise was gradual, not abrupt
138 Colony of Young Stars Shines in New Spitzer Image
139 Fermi maps an active galaxy's 'smokestack plumes'
140 Mars radar could help find water in Mideast: NASA
141 Space station experiment will probe failure of immune system in space
142 Japan teddybear robot comforts elderly, snores
143 3D without the glasses: introducing pCubee (w/ Video)
144 Sight unseen, fans hear 'iPad' and think 'iWant'
145 Flood of iPad applications begins on eve of its debut
146 Savvy injection molding
147 Multimedia search without detours
148 Japan agrees to end cellphone SIM lock: report
149 New technology enables machines to detect microscopic pathogens in water
150 Chemists Identify New Way to Create Photovoltaic Devices
151 Glancing blow from a comet could create amino acids
152 NYC study: 50 native plants disappearing
153 Study reveals that logging debris suppresses development of an invasive competitor, Scotch broom
154 Flies Don't Think Much Of Turning (w/ Video)
155 Bees with an impaired insulin partner gene prefer proteins over carbs
156 Stone Age Scandinavians unable to digest milk
157 Scientist says slimming soybeans are on the horizon
158 Researchers sequence peach tree DNA
159 Simplifying complexity--new insights into how genomes work
160 Bringing dehydrated plants 'back to life'
161 New tool for RNA silencing
162 Study derives floor plate tissue from embryonic stem cells
163 Biologists discover an on/off button on plants' alarm system
164 Diverse wheat tapped for antifungal genes
165 Scientists uncover structure of key protein in common HIV subgroup
166 Playing the Numbers: Music beats math anxiety, studies find
167 Out of this world: New study investigates infection of human cells in space
168 Cancer of Any Type Can Cause Prolonged Sexual Dysfunction
169 Study examines regional use of minimally invasive repair of aneurysms
170 Most Women Unaware of Risk for Debilitating Fractures
171 Researcher Hopes to Help People With Dysphagia
172 Breast cancer screening program should give higher importance to younger women
173 Treatment checklists may cut hospital deaths
174 Calif. bill would expand pesticide safety program
175 Scientists find bacterium can halt dengue virus transmission
176 Gene therapy boosts recovery from heart attack
177 Strung along--easing holiday traffic pain
178 For dual-income husbands and wives, it's still a man's world
179 Facing the future--science in the Muslim world
180 Small firms driving job creation
181 Small firms driving job creation
182 U-M researcher studies 'grey tide' in China (w/ Video)
183 Despite much-higher poverty rates, rural Oregonians use less public assistance
184 Missing link discovered in cattleman's shed
185 First-ever single-claw dinosaur fossil found in China
186 Head-scratching ad claims can alienate consumers, study finds
187 Providing Access to the Web is Not Enough
188 Grocery shoppers who try harder to track costs do worse, study finds
189 Religion Distinct From Human Evolutionary Genetics: Garners University Professor Ayala Templeton Prize
190 An archaeological mystery in a half-ton lead coffin
191 Better military technology does not lead to shorter wars