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 SNU to open biotechnology research center [12/21/2002]
 China news net reports UFO in Raoping County, Guangdong Province [12/20/2002]
 Beijing arrested a college girl called “Stainless Steel Rat” for Internet messages [12/11/2002]
 Afghanistan is going digital [12/9/2002]
 China blocks 10% of websites [12/4/2002]
 China's Internet users have reached 50 million [11/25/2002]
 Microsoft expands activity in India [11/12/2002]
 Searching for the origin of 'Bugbear' [10/6/2002]
 Surprising active super massive black holes  [9/23/2002]
 AFAR president addressed to WSIS in Geneva [12/10/2003]
 India's uniform civil code essential [9/30/2003]
 Google fights Chinese ban  [9/8/2002]
 A New Era for Chinese Naval Expansion [6/9/2006]
 Hu's Visit to U.S. May Help Him Control Net [4/21/2006]
 Thunder in Sino-Pakistani Relations [4/9/2006]
 China seeks Czech military technology through Europe's backdoor [12/17/2005]
 U.S. offers co-production of F-18 and nuclear technology to India [4/2/2005]
 Chinese defense industrial reform and the Navy [2/25/2005]
 China chipping away at US national security [2/22/2005]
 The Chinese Threat to American Leadership in Space (Part II) [12/28/2004]
 Harvard Law School team shows Chinese web filtering widespread  [10/6/2002]
 Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for Mental Health [1/5/2010]
 The Tianzong Acupuncture Point [8/15/2009]
 Japanese Firm Tests Water-Powered Car [10/25/2008]
 Greenpeace demonstrates against genetically engineered food [6/3/2008]
 Eat curry to avoid cancer! [9/12/2004]
 A crystal that traps pollution from your vehicles [8/31/2004]
 Water crystal research demonstrates the effects of benevolence [5/19/2004]
 Hybrid auto engineers put the brakes on energy loss [4/20/2004]
 Fear of flu pandemic boosts pharmaceutical company's stock price [3/6/2004]
 World's smallest mobile is a credit card! [2/5/2004]
 SARS fatality rates double with more pollution: study [11/20/2003]
 Natco Pharma to challenge grant of EMR to Novartis [11/17/2003]
 SARS, stress, and immunity [11/10/2003]
 Ranbaxy, GSK join hands for drug discovery [10/23/2003]
 GIS program to calculate tsunami damage [9/21/2003]
 Japanese develop resistance drug for fish industry [7/23/2003]
 Japanese scientists look to clone extinct mammoth [7/17/2003]
 Methane hydrate, Japan's potential new source of heat [7/8/2003]
 SARS – From Evolution or Space? [5/27/2003]
 Japanese mobile phone maker wows with megapixel cameras [4/11/2003]
 WHO identifies SARS virus [4/9/2003]
 Humanoid robots are coming [4/5/2003]
 IBM's quality control moves to Japan [3/5/2003]
 Blue-Ray DVDs to be licensed [2/16/2003]
 Increasing demand for telematics  [2/10/2003]
 Japan trains IT professionals [2/8/2003]
 New web policy to permit copying [1/25/2003]
 Xbox in the slumps [1/20/2003]
 Solar-powered ovens [1/18/2003]
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