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1 Satellite map reveals secrets of the sea floor
2 Curiosity puts brain in state to learn
3 Fly above curtains of colour
4 Southern Hemisphere ocean warming 'underestimated'
5 Gene haul steps up understanding of human height
6 Butterfly-inspired material could cut counterfeiting
7 Nobel Prizes: Discoverers of brain's GPS system awarded Nobel Prize for Medicine
8 LED breakthrough sees Japanese-born researchers Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura awarded Nobel Prize for Physics
9 Why preschoolers make less reliable witnesses
10 Nobel prize for Chemistry awarded to scientists Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell and William Moerner, who helped develop ultra-powerful microscope
11 Ancient Indonesian rock paintings rewrite art history
12 Consciousness may remain minutes after heart stops
13 Cane toads evolving into 'straight hoppers' accelerating advance to 60km a year
14 Weak bones 'a major issue for men too'
15 Tech Has a Diversity Problem. This Facebook Exec Wants to Fix That
16 America's 10 Best Cities for Commuting on Public Transit
17 iOS 8 Adoption Is Slow Because It's a 'Nerd Release'
18 How Videogames like Minecraft Actually Help Kids Learn to Read
19 Cape Watch: Robert Downey Jr. Talks Iron Man 4 and Ben Affleck Hates on Daredevil
20 FBI Pays Visit to Researcher Who Revealed Yahoo Hack
21 Dell UltraSharp 24 Ultra HD Monitor UP2414Q
22 WIRED: Binge-watching Guide: Freaks and Geeks
23 Samsung's Future Is Bleak Because Phones Themselves No Longer Matter
24 HTC's Action Camera Looks like an Inhaler, Shoots Video Underwater
25 Apple's iPhone Encryption Is a Godsend, Even if Cops Hate It
26 The Phallic French EV that Was Once the World's Fastest Car
27 A Publishing Tool that Builds Websites Powered by AI
28 Jack White Just Curated the Ultimate Box Set of Iconic American Music
29 Science Graphic of the Week: Super-Detailed Interactive 3-D Seafloor Map
30 This Is What SkyMall Will Look like in the Year 2040
31 America Must End Its Paranoid War on Hackers
32 Fantastically Wrong: The Inventor of the Airliner also Invented this Hilariously Absurd 'Science'
33 US Spy Programs May Break the Internet if Not Reformed, Google Leader Says
34 San Francisco's New Housing Rules Are the Best Thing to Happen to Airbnb
35 What Tesla Needs to Fix Before It Gives Us a New Model S
36 Architects Create a 3-D Printed Column that Survives Earthquakes
37 Why the Trolls Will Always Win
38 The Wild Evolution of Vampires, from Bram Stoker to Dracula Untold
39 Quip Busts Barriers Between Documents and Spreadsheets
40 Wall Street Kingpin Carl Icahn Says Apple Is Massively Undervalued
41 Cave paintings change ideas about the origin of art
42 Antikythera wreck yields new treasures
43 Human fossils from 'oldest Parisian'
44 Ebola challenge 'biggest since Aids'
45 Glasgow University to sell its fossil fuel investments
46 Microscope work wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry
47 'Blood Moon' lunar eclipse seen in Americas and E Asia
48 UK Met Office opens 'solar storm' centre
49 Europe backs Hinkley nuclear plant
50 Invention of blue LEDs wins physics Nobel
51 Garlic injection could tackle tree diseases
52 Nobel Prize winner John O'Keefe concerned over immigration policy
53 New cracks in Hunterston reactor
54 Sharks can be 'social or solitary'
55 Satellites detect 'thousands' of new ocean-bottom mountains
56 Nobel Prize for the brain's GPS discovery
57 Files to 'print your own' Rosetta comet
58 Height differences 'could be caused by DNA changes'
59 Bionic arm restores sense of feeling
60 The battle to make Tommy the chimp a person
61 Virgin Galactic: Space could finally be getting closer
62 The last eel catcher of Rome
63 Toxic conundrum: Dealing with Dounreay's leftovers
64 Alien attacks and FIFA 15 chants: The art of video game noise
65 Devastating news from the Ebola clinic
66 UK Ebola screening for arrivals from affected areas
67 Kobane: Air strikes 'stall IS advance' on Syrian border town
68 UKIP hopes for historic by-election win in Clacton
69 Osborne warns eurozone slowdown will impact UK economy
70 Mexico 'arrests drug baron Carrillo'
71 Could a big data-crunching machine be your boss one day?
72 Smashed Hits: God Only Knows
73 Calais 'Jungle': Migrants hit dead end in journey to UK
74 #BBCtrending: Bello! The UCL students spammed by their president
75 UEA students urged to urinate in shower
76 French author Patrick Modiano wins Nobel Literature prize
77 London Underground: Designs for Tube trains unveiled
78 Ex Doctor Who star Matt Smith in latest 'nude photo hack'
79 MH17 crash: Dutch minister says passenger 'wore oxygen mask'
80 Motorway middle-lane hoggers to face on-the-spot fines
81 Devices being remotely wiped in police custody
82 Farnham dog breeder John Lowe 'wanted women put down'
83 Council and school support workers' strike suspended
84 Centre for Cities says economic gap with London widening
85 Meerkats streamed to YouTube using TV white space
86 Ian Livingstone applies to create 'gaming' school
87 Comedy club charges per laugh with facial recognition
88 Tyupkin cash machine hack 'dispenses wads'
89 HTC's handheld camera poses challenge to GoPro
90 Woman sues US government over fake Facebook page
91 Twitter news chief Vivian Schiller quits
92 Driveclub hit by last minute computer server setback
93 EE launches home TV service in UK
94 Facebook, Twitter and Google to attend EU anti-extremist meeting
95 Twitter sues US government over spying
96 Yahoo to cut jobs in India in downsizing
97 Microsoft creates room-based gaming technology
98 'Instagram for doctors' to be launched in Europe
99 Google launches 'Camel View' in United Arab Emirates
100 Maps, apps and technology to make city life more fun
101 Grow your own tiny forest on the web
102 Will army vehicles actively avoid conflict?
103 Heating buildings using computers
104 Attack code for 'unpatchable' USB flaw released
105 Online homework and social media pose parental dilemma
106 Ofsted inspections: More frequent but shorter
107 Later school start time 'may boost GCSE results'
108 Why do Chinese pupils do so well in school tests?
109 Heads call for transformation of Ofsted
110 Ebola: Sierra Leone boy's visit to Stockport school cancelled after 'misguided hysteria'