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1 After 40 years, give or take a few, Chicano Commencement endures
2 Bangladesh blocks Facebook over prophet drawings
3 Poll finds debt-dogged Americans stressed out
4 BP 'top kill' fails, piling more pressure on Obama
5 Cosmic Bullet Fired by Exploding Star
6 BP turns to next attempt after top kill fails
7 Gulf residents eye slow fix for historic oil spill
8 Modern meets primeval in Gulf oil spill response
9 No Memorial Day Barbecue for Astronauts in Space
10 Why Does Grilled Food Turn Black?
11 Alaska sues feds over predator control
12 At NYC sci fest, asking 'What if we're holograms?'
13 No more eating shark fin in Hawaii after new law
14 Swords to Plowshares helps vet get on stable ground
15 Herhold: One man's World War II
16 Comic hero Tintin nets $1.3 million in auction
17 Dr. Beach: NY's Southampton beach tops list
18 Anti-HIV drugs slash risk of virus transmission by 92 percent
19 Smoking toddler highlights Indonesia's tobacco addiction
20 NYC hospital wins kidney transplant-cancer lawsuit
21 Is milk from grass-fed cows more heart-healthy?
22 Mark Zuckerberg: I Donated to Open Source, Facebook Competitor
23 What if the Facebook (Un)Privacy Revolution Is a Good Thing?
24 Skype Over 3G Comes to the iPhone. It's Not All Good News...
25 London's Apple iPad launch Was Crazy
26 Alt Text: The Nice Guy's Guide to Realizing You're Not That Nice
27 Five Alleged Money Mules Indicted in Bank Theft
28 Rumor: New $100 Apple TV Takes Aim at the Cloud
29 Congress, Obama Take Sudden Interest in Synthetic Biology
30 Infecting a Snail: Life Cycle of the Grossest Parasite
31 DARPA's Beady-Eyed Camera Spots the 'Non-Cooperative'
32 Alan Wake Divides Opinion
33 Bangladesh Blocks Facebook Over Caricatures
34 Cyclemeter is a Solid GPS Cycling App
35 Volcano Chasers Have a Red-Hot Passion for Eruptions
36 Computer Program Recognizes Sarcasm
37 SSRI Slashes Hot Flash Rate
38 Choosing the Best Sunscreen
39 E-mail Catches Some Cases of College Depression
40 BP says new Gulf oil leak plan 'not guaranteed' to work
41 'Space laser tech needed' to measure volcanic ash
42 Work starts in 15m pounds plan to get Concorde flying
43 Bangladesh 'blocks Facebook' over political cartoons
44 Should you store treasured data on disks?
45 Second firm withdraws drugs from Greece over cuts
46 2 Volcanoes Erupt in Central, South America
47 BP Admits "Top Kill" Fails, Will Try Cap Next
48 Immigration Law Protesters March in Phoenix
49 A slimmer Kindle coming in August?
50 Amazon Working On Thinner, Faster Kindle (Not Touch Screen, Not In Color)
51 Verizon iPhone to be ready for Christmas 2010: report
52 Verizon iPhone would Rock the Smartphone World
53 Hawaii bans shark fin, a delicacy
54 No more eating shark fin in Hawaii after new law
55 No more eating shark fin in Hawaii after new law
56 Hawaii prohibits use of shark fins in Chinese dishes
57 Hawaii: Shark Fin Soup Is Off the Menu
58 Hawaii says no to shark fin soup
59 VoIP Apps Turn Apple iPad Into A Giant Phone
60 Skype 2.0 App for iPhone Enables VoIP Calls over 3G Network
61 Shuttle's mission is over
62 Last Space Shuttle Rocket Boosters Delivered to NASA
63 Czech report says iPhone 4G will sport dense, 960x640 IPS display
64 What makes Apple so sticky
65 Will Apple Embrace the Web? No.
66 Tweeps 2.0 Adds iPad Support
67 2-year-old boy smokes 40 cigarettes a day
68 Dad says smoking toddler is 'addicted'
69 Sumatran toddler Ardi Rizal's two-pack-a-day cigarette habit sparks outrage
70 Outrage erupts as 2-year-old lights up
71 Video: Toddler smokes 40 cigarettes a day
72 Why Is This 2-Year-Old Boy Smoking?
73 Kimberly Liew, widow of man who died from diseased kidney transplant, fulfilled hubby's dying wish
74 NYU Cleared in Transplant of Kidney
75 More oil workers fall sick on the job
76 2 more oil spill cleanup workers hospitalized
77 7 Gulf oil spill cleanup workers hospitalized
78 Oil spill cleanup workers falling sick
79 A healthy tan? You may as well smoke a cigarette, say cancer experts
80 Revealing the ancient Chinese secret of sticky rice mortar
81 Scientists prove even the thought of money spoils enjoyment
82 Scientists suggest silicon chips should be allowed to make errors
83 Walking robot navigates bumpy ground (w/ Video)
84 Zeroing in on quantum effects: New materials yield clues about high-temperature superconductors
85 GPS getting an upgrade--for $8 billion
86 Scientists detect huge carbon 'burp' that helped end last ice age
87 USAF vehicle breaks record for hypersonic flight
88 Japanese team discovers 'super disc' material
89 Europa's Churn Leads to Oxygen Burn
90 Nitro PDF Reader [for Windows] out to blow away Adobe
91 Scaling Goes eXtreme: Researchers reach 34K CPUs
92 Could humans be infected by computer viruses?
93 Honda to install brake override systems on all models
94 German physicists develop a quantum interface between light and atoms
95 Radioactive isotope of tin confirmed to have doubly magic nucleus
96 Applied physicists create building blocks for a new class of optical circuits
97 Superconductivity breakthrough could lead to more cost effective technologies
98 Nano-Bio-Chip Checks for Oral Cancer
99 Nanoshell structures: Self-assembly method yields materials with unique optical properties
100 Nanocapsule delivers radiotherapy
101 Graphane yields new potential: Physicists dig theoretical wells to mine quantum dots
102 Researchers print field-effect transistors with nano-infused ink
103 Inspired by a cotton candy machine, engineers put a new spin on creating tiny nanofibers
104 Potential for New Nanoparticle-Based Cancer Detection
105 Japan plans to build robot moon base by 2020
106 Deep subduction of the Indian continental crust beneath Asia
107 Small Near-Earth Object Probably a Rocket Part
108 New study maps spawning habitat of bluefin tuna in the Gulf of Mexico
109 Study finds reforestation may lower the climate change mitigation potential of forests
110 In deserts, which dunes are the most stable?
111 Post-mortem of a Comet: Scientists put the Comet Wild 2 under the microscope
112 The turbulent past of the Milky Way's black hole
113 Australia to sue Japan over whaling
114 Tablets are a hot, but still undefined, market for PC makers
115 iPad-mania as thousands queue for global roll-out
116 Advances made in walking, running robots
117 Bangladesh blocks Facebook over prophet drawings
118 Google crowns Facebook king of Internet visits
119 Fujitsu Supercomputer Achieves World Record in Computational Quantum Chemistry
120 Fujitsu Develops Gallium-Nitride HEMT Amplifier Featuring World's Highest Output in the C-Ku Band
121 Researcher develops new antenna to aid rural emergency workers
122 eBay enlists China and US post services to battle Taobao
123 Time is money: SIM time network has far-reaching benefits
124 Electric vehicle travels record-breaking 623 miles on a single charge
125 Solar-powered bamboo radio could prove a design for life for Madagascar
126 Ethanol Production Methods More Efficient Now: Study
127 Displays of the future: Smart, bendy, 3D and more
128 Could the Taste of Vodka be Related to Molecular Makeup?
129 'Nano-tattoo' may help diabetics track their blood sugar
130 NDE methods for evaluating ancient coins could be worth their weight in gold
131 NC State to develop next generation HazMat boots
132 Discovery may lead to safer drinking water, cheaper medicine
133 New study shows silver nanoparticles mitigate cell damage caused by ethanol
134 No more eating shark fin in Hawaii after new law
135 Alaska sues feds over predator control
136 Biologists report how whales have changed over 35 million years
137 Small sea snail damaging world's coral reefs
138 The great pond experiment: Pond communities bear lasting imprint of random events in their past
139 Researchers use novel sperm stem-cell technique to produce genetically modified rats
140 Rosewood trees face extinction amid Madagascar's chaos
141 Oil spill threatens toothy marine predator that is cultural and historic icon
142 Technique Detects More Than 700 Antimicrobial-Resistance Genes
143 Solar panels can attract breeding water insects
144 Memory of mum's voice remains strong for young sea lions
145 Rats damage huge swathes of China's grasslands
146 Mutant fungus threatens global wheat supply: scientists
147 Little African grebe becomes extinct
148 Gene causes blue light to have a banana odor
149 Research finds surgery outperforms drug therapy in treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia
150 Frozen human embryos are not life forms, S. Korean court says
151 The deep voice of alpha male
152 Prenatal exposure to BPA and DES may increase breast cancer risk
153 Cold sore virus may contribute to cognitive and brain abnormalities in schizophrenia
154 New source of stem cells form heart muscle cells, repair damage
155 Many with HIV start care too late
156 Age is a factor in choosing between two comparable stroke-prevention procedures
157 Oakland to license, tax indoor marijuana growers
158 Circulating tumor cells correlate with poorer survival in pancreatic cancer patients
159 MSU team studies connection between statins, tendon ruptures
160 Scientists announce new horned dinosaur
161 Researcher decodes Rembrandt's 'magic'
162 Out Of The Woods For 'Ardi': Scientists Rip Habitat Claim for 'Breakthrough of the Year'
163 A stone says more than a thousand runes
164 Cars and Sprawl: Chicken or Egg?
165 Farmers' beliefs on a higher plain
166 Palaeontologists solve mystery of 500 million-year-old squid-like carnivore
167 Study finds 'law-like' patterns in human preference behavior
168 Scientists find 95-million-year-old pterosaur fossil in Morocco
169 'Grinding mouth, wrinkle eye': New species of plant-eating dinosaur
170 Study: 'Generic' brands save you money, even if you don't buy them
171 Elderly drivers' ability to detect hazards doesn't degrade with age: study
172 Companies Beware of Biased Consumers
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