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1 Giant roo 'could have walked on two legs'
2 Exercising three times a week cuts depression risk by 16 percent, scientists find
3 Early galaxies were bad at making stars
4 Fast-track dieting can be successful long-term
5 Giant kangaroos 'walked on two feet'
6 Mercury's hidden water-ice revealed
7 UK science 'losing ground' to rival nations
8 Rosetta mission: Comet landing gets green light
9 Italy pushes ahead with 'next generation' biofuels from waste
10 Climate change: Models 'underplay plant CO2 absorption'
11 Owen Paterson in 'lights out' warning over emissions target
12 New solar cloud identified after space weather study
13 Ebola outbreak: How many people have died?
14 Ebola treatments--how far off?
15 David Cameron promises 'one last go' at EU migration curbs
16 Ebola crisis: WHO focuses on preventing regional spread
17 Queen visits Tower of London poppy garden
18 Share prices slide as 'perfect storm' threatens markets
19 Rapes increase by 29% as overall crime falls in England and Wales
20 What was on TV on the day you were born?
21 Is reheated pasta less fattening?
22 Viewpoint: The Argentines who speak Welsh
23 Could you live decently on 14,400 pounds a year?
24 Star Wars mystery solved by University of Nottingham's X-ray scanner
25 South Shields woman's 'text from the grave' shock
26 Richard Madeley in warning to Twitter trolls over rape threats
27 US actress Elizabeth Pena dies at 55
28 Pistorius sentencing: Steenkamp's family seeks jail term
29 Sex change DJ Simon Hirst: Leaked letter reveals decision
30 East Surrey Hospital apology over care of cancer patients
31 Apple reveals its latest iPads
32 Smart meters can be hacked to cut power bills
33 Railways 'dead zones' for mobiles, report reveals
34 UK child coders triumph in European contest
35 BBC's Genome Project offers radio and TV archive listings
36 Google unveils new Nexus TV, phone and tablet devices
37 Theresa May: We need to collect communications data 'haystack'
38 Google readies Android Lollipop release
39 Netflix shares plunge as subscriber growth falls
40 Feminist video-games talk cancelled after massacre threat
41 HBO to offer online-only service
42 EBay lowers 2014 sales estimates sending shares down
43 Many young people addicted to net, survey suggests
44 BBC's website is being blocked across China
45 Poodle bug less bite than Heartbleed, say experts
46 Call for teens to self-regulate net use
47 BBC launches WhatsApp Ebola service
48 Tomorrow's cities: The zoo where the humans are enclosed
49 Twitter and the poisoning of online debate
50 Outernet aims to provide data to the net unconnected
51 Ebola: Can big data analytics help contain its spread?
52 How do you find the next Steve Jobs? Prince Andrew thinks he has the answer
53 What will the internet look like in 2040?
54 Health tech: When does an app need regulating?
55 Amazon: Monopoly or capitalist success story?
56 SanDisk SD memory card 'largest ever'
57 Baby rapist James Taylor back in jail over child abuse images
58 Warren Buffett sells more than 245 million Tesco shares
59 Nearly 500 new FGM cases identified
60 Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports sold in 1 billion pounds deal
61 Camden derailment: Poor track condition caused closure
62 Third of FE colleges offering degrees fail inspection
63 Boys of five lag behind girls in literacy and numeracy
64 Students forced to share single rooms at some universities
65 Don't shy away from British values in schools--Morgan
66 School absence in England falls, figures show
67 Blair calls for global lessons in religious respect
68 Call to encourage graduates 'to stay local'
69 Primary pupils to learn about work
70 Tony Blair: Fight war of ideas against extremism
71 Irish teens make Time magazine's 'most influential'
72 'Button battery' warning over child deaths in Manchester
73 Islamic State 'being driven out of Syria's Kobane'
74 Hospital safety standards shocking, say inspectors
75 New test 'helps identify best ovarian cancer treatment'
76 Musgrove Park eye ops 'painful' and 'rushed,' report claims
77 UK tops WHO gullet cancer table and obesity may be factor
78 Charity calls for regulation on sales of laxatives to children
79 Medicine criticism follows spot checks
80 Ebola outbreak: Jet passenger alert over US nurse
81 Islamic State: Syria rebels warn of backlash over US air strikes
82 Opinion: To Combat Malnutrition, Don't Just Produce More Food--Produce Better Food
83 Fish Changes Color in a Flash, Scientists Discover
84 Surprise Blizzard, Avalanches Kill Hikers in Himalaya Mountains
85 Island Hopping: A Former Journalist Sets Off to Uncover the True Indonesia
86 Tracking a Serial Killer: Could Ebola Mutate to Become More Deadly?
87 Ebola Outbreak in United States Sees Another Diagnosis, Another Big Snafu
88 Viral Shark Video Gives Rare Look at a Feeding Frenzy
89 Opinion: Yes, We Can Solve the Problem of Hunger
90 Site of Deadly Himalayan Blizzard and Avalanches Is Popular with Hikers
91 Tristram Stuart: Waging War Against Global Food Waste
92 Watch: Kickboxing Kangaroos and 4 of Nature's Most Impressive Fighters
93 'Death Star' Moon May Hide a Buried Ocean
94 4 Questions About New Caledonia's Planned Heart-shaped Solar Field
95 U.S. Heating Bills Expected to Shrink with Milder 2014-15 Winter
96 U.S. Fuel Economy Hit New Highs with 2013 Models
97 Methane Hot Spot in U.S. Predates Fracking Boom, Study Says
98 Report Lays Out Five Ways the U.S. Can Cut Emissions While Boosting the Economy
99 Does the EPA's Carbon Plan Short-change Renewables? New Report Suggests Yes
100 Your Pants Might Charge Your Phone One Day, Suggests New Tiny-generator Study
101 Stem-cell success poses immunity challenge for diabetes
102 Giant gene banks take on disease
103 Sea floors host surprise methane-munching microbes
104 Through the nanoscope: A Nobel Prize gallery
105 Hydrogen cloud blows off Mars
106 African penguins put researchers in a flap
107 Ebola by the numbers: The size, spread and cost of an outbreak
108 Illumina backs three genomics startups
109 Arizona's big bet: The research rethink
110 Higher education: The university experiment