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1 Lamprey Larva Fossils Shed Light on Human Biology
2 Methane-munching Microbes Hit Rock Bottom
3 For Fossil Study, "Bird" is Still the Word
4 Earth's Magnetic Field Due for a Flip?
5 Ancient Mountains Once Fed Flourishing Life
6 Mysterious Midcontinent Rift a Geological Hybrid
7 Speedy birds track down remote desert rain
8 Plant chemicals could help Alzheimer's
9 Giant roo 'could have walked on two legs'
10 Exercising three times a week cuts depression risk by 16 percent, scientists find
11 Early galaxies were bad at making stars
12 Fast-track dieting can be successful long-term
13 Plasma 'bombs' and tornadoes detected on the Sun
14 Junk food diet worse for male brains
15 Giant cosmic butterfly lights up dying star
16 Comet Siding Spring makes close fly-by of Mars in rare encounter
17 Ancient fish reveals the roots of sex
18 Joko Widodo sworn in as Indonesia's seventh president; reaches out to opposition and common people in inaugural speech
19 Australian Government, private sector face increased risk from foreign hackers: ASIO report
20 Operation Sovereign Borders commander warns people smugglers will ramp up operations again
21 Crystal meth: Former drug lab cook recruited at age 11 as outlaw motorbike gangs push drugs in rural towns
22 Ebola crisis: Nigeria declared free of virus by World Health Organisation in 'spectacular success story'
23 Islamic State: Turkey aiding transfer of Iraqi Kurdish fighters to embattled border town of Kobane
24 Special forces soldier pulled handgun on Australian spy during drinking session in Afghanistan
25 Does depression always make people sad?
26 An A-Z of common types of food poisoning
27 Pomegranate can affect medicines
28 Two simple tips to help you lose weight
29 Fast food's tasty tricks keep you eating
30 What immunology did next
31 Curry compound may curb type 2 diabetes risk
32 The truth about green tea...
33 Cheap African solar energy could power UK homes in 2018
34 Europe emission targets 'will fail to protect climate'
35 Comet Siding Spring skims past Mars
36 UK experts to advise China on sustainable cities
37 Space plane: Mysterious US military plane returns to Earth
38 Solar farms are a blight on the landscape, says minister
39 New viruses 'killing amphibians' in Spain
40 Carnivores help trees thrive without thorns, study says
41 Death Star moon may be 'wonky or watery'
42 Rosetta mission: Name sought for comet landing site
43 Sex 'emerged in ancient Scottish lake'
44 Rosetta comet: More black swan than yellow duck
45 Ebola outbreak: How many people have died?
46 Paedophiles who download images 'won't all be charged'
47 British voters, not Barroso, are my boss over EU immigration--PM
48 Lynda Bellingham: Tributes paid after actress dies at 66
49 Child poverty set to rise, says social mobility commission
50 Ebola crisis: Nigeria declared free of virus
51 Viewpoint: How WW1 changed aviation forever
52 Who, what, why: What laws currently cover trolling?
53 Scandalous tales from the British embassy in Paris
54 Small Data: When the average age of death was zero
55 Why firms don't want you to be brilliant at your job
56 Man held over drone flight at Manchester City stadium
57 Sweden widens 'mystery sub' hunt off Stockholm waters
58 Ed Balls: Mansion tax would start at 250 pounds a month
59 Nazis who left US still paid social security
60 Google changes 'to fight piracy' by highlighting legal sites
61 Kickstarter cancels plan to make anonymising router
62 Paedophiles who download images 'won't all be charged'
63 IBM pays $1.5 billion to offload chip unit as profit falls
64 Minecraft player spends two years building virtual city
65 Internet trolls face up to two years in jail under new laws
66 BBC to publish 'right to be forgotten' removals list
67 Drugs officers warned over fake Facebook accounts
68 Anonymous app Whisper denies tracking claims
69 Apple's iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 tablets are unveiled
70 UK builds child sexual abuse image database
71 Twitter starts timeline 'experiments' and in-app streaming
72 League of Legends gaming final fills Seoul stadium
73 Payment system problem at Bank fixed but movers delayed
74 Boarding schools issue Ebola advice
75 Schools urged to use PE cash to help obese pupils
76 Children's mental health projects now eligible for grants
77 Two Strathclyde University students diagnosed with meningitis
78 Third of FE colleges offering degrees fail inspection
79 Students forced to share single rooms at some universities
80 School absence in England falls, figures show
81 1 in 3 teenagers meet social media 'friends' in real life
82 How can education's rich-poor gap be closed?
83 Rise in liver deaths linked to alcohol
84 Mental health: The 8 billion pounds cost of poor care for new mothers
85 Ebola nurse William Pooley returns to Sierra Leone
86 'Untested drugs for dying' bill given government backing
87 NHS radiographers hold strike over pay
88 Sport scheme to help people with mental health problems unveiled
89 Treating common illnesses at pharmacies 'could save NHS 1 billion pounds'
90 Nine hospitals cancel scans as radiographers strike
91 Gambling addiction linked to brain reward system
92 Liberia's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf urges world help on Ebola
93 Ebola: WHO under fire over response to epidemic
94 Kleine-levin Syndrome: Why the rare 'Sleeping Beauty' illness is no fairytale
95 Ebola: Is bushmeat behind the outbreak?
96 Dementia: Why putting my parents in a home will haunt me forever
97 Huge fake dental equipment haul
98 Sugary drinks warning signs change habits of US teens
99 Wonder Women: busting stereotypes across the world
100 How can there be ice on Mercury?
101 After Pluto, what's next for New Horizons spacecraft?
102 Does Saturn's moon Mimas have an ocean under its icy surface? (+video)
103 Washington woman fined $500 for feeding bears
104 Are extreme swings in tornado activity the new normal in the US?
105 What is killing Spain's amphibians?
106 Did T. rex play with its food?
107 As Bermuda braces for Gonzalo, underwater glider studies hurricane impact
108 That's no moon. It's a--wait, actually it is a moon. Never mind. (+video)
109 What to do if you're caught in an avalanche
110 California archaeologists uncover 90-year-old movie prop (+video)