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1 Noyo River stand of old-growth redwoods saved
2 Stanford scientists build Parkinson's disease in a dish with cells from Google founder's mom
3 Nintendo ready to take 3-D gaming to mass market
4 Latest in Japan's quake, tsunami, nuclear crisis
5 BP risks losing Russia 'deal of century'
6 AP IMPACT: Nuclear plant downplayed tsunami risk
7 Anti-this, pro-that, all convene at White House
8 Does Libya's Oil Industry Reflect its Fate?
9 Anti-nuke Greens sailing to power in German state
10 Is Homosexuality Based on a Brain Chemical?
11 Study: Big quakes don't set off others far away
12 Lights off as 'Earth Hour' circles the globe
13 Radiation in Mass. rainwater likely from Japan
14 US-Philippine military drills may be scaled back
15 Tsunami harpoons Japanese whaling town
16 Cincinnati Zoo gets solar canopy to provide power
17 Is Solar Energy Making a Comeback?
18 Hundreds of Africans reach Italy in boats
19 Letters: Courthouse gunman angry at justice system
20 Factory boss in China arrested over lead poisoning
21 iPad gives new hope to those with autism and other disorders
22 Nicotine Raises Blood Sugar Levels in Lab
23 Fertility treatment can use semen from men with HIV
24 Obama lays out rationale for war in Libya
25 Five years on breast cancer drug tamoxifen beats two
26 Where Will the Tsunami Orphans Go?
27 Is the Internet Destroying Privacy?
28 Acute myeloid leukaemia genes' role discovered
29 Travelwise: Seven surprising facts about Czech beer
30 Burials of disaster victims deepen Japan's tragedy
31 SS recipients brace for stagnant income
32 Minor amounts of radiation detected in Nevada
33 Thousands rally for organized labor in Calif.
34 The Reagan shooting: A closer call than we knew
35 Epic FAIL: Girls gets taken out by soccer ball
36 No long-distance risks from mega-quakes: study
37 Apple pushing iOS 5 to the fall?
38 Rumor: Apple may not release cloud-based iOS 5 until this fall
39 To do tonight: Cook Beer Dogs; Oxford English Dictionary accepts LOL
40 OMG! The OED [Hearts] A Few New Words
41 Getprev It's official: OMG and LOL are no longer just time-saving shorthands. They're real English.
42 Firefox 4 sets unofficial download record
43 Firefox 4 usage share is twice Internet Explorer 9 in half the time
44 Benchmark battle: Chrome vs. IE vs. Firefox
45 Internet Age Casualties: Printed Dictionary Next on the List?
46 The Time to Innovate Is Now
47 Health care cuts could have dramatic effects on hospitals, nursing homes
48 Dozens more L.A. medical marijuana dispensaries ordered immediately closed
49 Pilot project for Hawaii marijuana dispensaries still alive despite other bills dying
50 Glenwood OKs zoning regs for medical pot operations
51 Vt. NEA supporting single payer
52 Vt. House passes single-payer health care bill
53 Colorectal cancer is preventable, treatable--provided you have regular colonoscopies
54 Screening can prevent colon cancer
55 Sleep-deprived people eat 300 more calories a day
56 Sleep deprivation spurs hunger
57 Sleep Less, Eat More: Study
58 Researchers find eye development error causing cataracts, glaucoma
59 Inadequate diet can lead to anemia in postmenopausal women
60 Higher prevalence of psychiatric symptoms found in children with epilepsy
61 Nearly 1 in 4 postmenopausal women with fractures is obese
62 Research at Marshall University may lead to new treatments for Parkinson's disease and other neurological disorders
63 Stranglers of the tropics--and beyond
64 Surprise! Biodiversity and resource use may co-exist in tropical forests
65 Participatory mapping workshops underway in Congo
66 'Can you hear me now?' Researchers detail how neurons decide how to transmit information
67 Asthma drug could help control or treat Alzheimer's disease
68 Researchers unlock new secret to how smells are detected
69 Some outcomes of the evolutionary race buck conventional wisdom
70 Study shows living at high altitude reduces risk of dying from heart disease
71 Study predicts large regional changes in farmland area
72 School energy audits find millions in potential energy savings
73 UGA study finds weight training safe for pregnant women
74 Size Matters: Smaller Particles Could Make Solar Panels More Efficient
75 Antarctic Icebergs Play a Previously Unknown Role in Global Carbon Cycle, Climate
76 Algae and bacteria hogged oxygen after ancient mass extinction, slowing recovery of marine life, say Stanford researchers
77 Research shows not only the fittest survive
78 The gene processes that drive acute myeloid leukaemia
79 Viral replicase points to potential cancer therapy
80 Structure of DNA repair complex reveals workings of powerful cell motor
81 Penn researchers uncover novel immune therapy for pancreatic cancer
82 Acupuncture is equally effective with simulated needles
83 First student-developed mission in which satellites orbit and communicate led by UT students
84 RIT researchers help map tsunami and earthquake damage in Japan
85 High-temperature Superconductor Spills Secret: A New Phase of Matter
86 Young asthmatics are leaving emergency rooms missing critical documentation
87 MIT engineers devise new way to inspect materials used in airplanes
88 Research finds 'dispense as written' prescriptions may add $7.7 billion to annual health care costs
89 'Nano-bricks' may help build better packaging to keep foods fresher longer
90 Taming the flame: Electrical wave 'blaster' could provide new way to extinguish fires
91 'Green' cars could be made from pineapples and bananas
92 New trash-to-treasure process turns landfill nuisance into plastic
93 First identification of nicotine as main culprit in diabetes complications among smokers
94 Research across the universe spans multibillion-dollar industry at home
95 Chemists play important roles as advisers for science-based television shows, movies
96 Walnuts are top nut for heart-healthy antioxidants
97 Debut of the first practical 'artificial leaf'
98 From candy floss to rock: study provides new evidence about beginnings of the solar system
99 Will we hear the light?
100 Largest study of high-deductible health plans finds savings, less preventive care
101 FDA considers new rules to speed up confirmatory trials of drugs granted accelerated approval
102 Mount Sinai finds promising clue to mechanism behind gene mutation that causes Parkinson's disease
103 University of Colorado team identifies new colon cancer marker
104 Advanced technology reveals activity of single neurons during seizures
105 A possible new target for treatment of multiple sclerosis
106 Wind tunnel begins operations at Empa in Duebendorf
107 What's mine is virtually yours
108 'What if?' scenario: Cyberwar between US and China in 2020
109 Neutron analysis yields insight into bacteria for solar energy
110 Closing in on the pseudogap
111 New approach to programming may boost 'green' computing
112 Big size multitouch display turned into a microscope
113 Small code change, big effect
114 BrainGate neural interface system reaches 1,000-day performance milestone
115 UBC Researchers Develop New Model to Predict Optical Properties of Nano-Structures
116 Suzaku Shows Clearest Picture Yet of Perseus Galaxy Cluster
117 UCLA's cancer 'roadmap' could help combat resistance to targeted drug therapies