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1 Warming could make El Nino more intense
2 New atomic clock to time the cosmos
3 Global warming will increase intensity of El Nino, scientists say
4 'Diamond rain' falls on Saturn and Jupiter
5 GM 'golden rice' opponents wicked, says minister Owen Paterson
6 Cancer costing European Union countries 'billions'
7 Record numbers of illegal waste sites shut, agency says
8 Wind farm 'gravy train' criticised by Conservatives
9 New ideas for how Earth core formed
10 Somerset badger cull given extension
11 China: Opportunity and risk for hi-tech firms
12 Red destination: Choosing an ExoMars landing site
13 Can science fiction ever get the science right?
14 A Point of View: Whose science is it anyway?
15 New life in the port Einstein left
16 Syria chemical weapons: OPCW plea for short ceasefires
17 US Senate talks continue as debt limit fast approaches
18 Trio awarded Nobel economics prize
19 Buckingham Palace: Knife-carrying would-be intruder held
20 Madeleine McCann search: E-fit man 'was seen carrying child'
21 Iceland: Where one in 10 people will publish a book
22 Don't mention the 'F' word
23 Malaysia court rules non-Muslims cannot use 'Allah'
24 Banksy stall sells art works for $60 in New York
25 IMF chief warns a US default could spark recession
26 Germany's 'luxury bishop' makes plea to Pope Francis
27 Why humans and animals rely on social touch
28 NHS Savile abuse probe widened
29 Terror raid: London suspects questioned
30 Benefit tourism claims: European Commission urges UK to provide evidence
31 What does China own in Britain?
32 Mo Ibrahim African leaders prize unclaimed again
33 EU study on migrants rebuffs 'benefit tourism' claims
34 Making Time: The nun teaching taekwondo to sick children
35 Island dreaming: How to buy a piece of paradise
36 How to get a recruiter to notice you on LinkedIn
37 HTC One Max fingerprint phablet unveiled early
38 Protests follow Google 'endorsed advert' change
39 Backdoor found in D-Link home routers
40 WH Smith takes website offline after porn e-book scandal
41 Brazil plans secure email service to thwart cyber-spies
42 TV studios playing catch-up over online copyright piracy
43 Israel PM Netanyahu Twitter account 'in erotica gaffe'
44 John McAfee: Addict, coder, runaway
45 Nigerian shoppers warm to online retailers
46 Chrome steals a march on Windows
47 Iran nuclear: Israel PM warns against easing pressure
48 Italy ponders Silvio Berlusconi community service request
49 Anti-cancer vaccine for Laos
50 Outcry over China plan to ban HIV patients from public baths
51 Cancer carers have inadequate training, says charity
52 Vitamin D pills' effect on healthy bones queried
53 Seeing in 3D 'possible with one eye,' St. Andrews study suggests
54 Thalidomide: Were more babies affected?
55 India battles dengue fever outbreak
56 Can life-saving gadgets be made in garages?
57 Iran May Launch Another Monkey Into Space Soon: Reports
58 Iran Reportedly Launching Another Monkey Into Space
59 Second Iranian Space Monkey Destined for November Launch
60 Iran reportedly to send another monkey into space
61 Europe's Early Settlers Uncovered
62 Did Humans Arrive in Americas 30,000 Years Ago?
63 On Science, Communication, Respect, and Coming Back from Mistakes
64 Spaceflight experts work on alternate vision for Mars trips
65 SpaceX's Grasshopper Hops More than 2,000 Feet Before Returning Safely [VIDEO]
66 Nobel Winner Professor Higgs Learned His Prize On Street
67 An alien world dripping with water? Scientists see possibility of life
68 As fruit flies move indoors, tips for keeping them under control
69 20,000 Bees Removed From 98 Year Old Woman's Home As Rodents Feasted On The Honey Combs
70 Second wolf hunt approaches
71 Watch Daniela. She's Up To Something Big
72 Scott Carpenter, Mercury 7 astronaut and second American to orbit Earth, dies at 88
73 NASA Jupiter Probe Recovers from Earth Flyby Glitch
74 From Antarctica to America, US turns out the lights on science research
75 Ding dong, stink bugs calling on warm, cozy homes
76 Annual hunt for popular Nevada game bird begins
77 Water discovered in remnants of rocky exoplanet
78 Astronomers say they've spotted lonesome planet without a sun
79 Strongest solar flare in months unleashed by sun
80 Apollo astronauts want names they gave to moon landmarks recognized
81 Up on Jupiter and Saturn, the skies are filled with diamonds
82 Worms tell a tale of how nerves develop
83 Let's get to the point: Elephants understand this human gesture
84 11-year-old designs a better sandbag, named 'America's Top Young Scientist'
85 New tech could transform search for intelligent alien life
86 How Pluto found its five-moon mojo
87 Godspeed: Mercury astronaut Scott Carpenter dies at age 88
88 The stuff of life: Watery asteroid found around rocky, dying star
89 Neolithic Europe hunter-gatherers, farmers coexisted--but no sex
90 Dancing atoms in glass revealed for first time
91 'It's heartbreaking': Shutdown could ruin years of Antarctic research
92 Radical environmentalist pleads guilty to arson in Western fires
93 UK shudders as venomous spider creeps across Britain
94 On its way to Jupiter, NASA's Juno probe sends snapshot of Earth
95 Man says 1973 UFO 'abduction' incident turned life upside down
96 Royal buzzkill: Gourd doesn't hold Louis XVI's blood
97 11-year-old's beer brewery to be sent to space station
98 'Bionic man' walks, breathes with artificial parts
99 John Glenn pays tribute to late space pioneer: 'Godspeed, Scott Carpenter'
100 Spaceflight experts work on alternate vision for Mars trips
101 Balls of clay could have provided prehistoric data storage
102 Dominant meerkat mamas force others to wet nurse
103 Ancient city's strip mall unearthed in Greece
104 Fusion milestone reached, but shutdown stymies further progress
105 Europe's gravity-mapping satellite faces big fall from space
106 Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft returns to normal after glitch
107 'What news?': How Higgs found out he won the Nobel Prize for physics
108 Must-see video: SpaceX Grasshopper rocket makes a half-mile hop
109 Cosmic rose from galaxy crash spotted by Hubble Telescope
110 'Cyclops' sub eyes 2016 debut for deep sea exploration
111 Why Earth's inner core has speed trap for seismic waves