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1 Prototype paper test can detect Ebola strains
2 University's 1 million pounds study of eyeball link to Alzheimer's
3 Google's Alan Eustace beats Baumgartner's skydiving record
4 'Tree of the Year' competition finalists announced
5 Science chief warns on acid oceans
6 EU leaders agree CO2 emissions cut
7 Surgeons transplant heart that had stopped beating
8 North America experiences partial eclipse
9 Legal fight begins to save family of beavers in Devon
10 Tiny turtles tracked on swimming frenzy
11 Farmland birds show rapid decline
12 DNA yields secrets of human pioneer
13 Bronze Age pottery find in archaeological dig on Lewis
14 Mystery of dinosaur with giant arms solved
15 Sci-fi short promotes Rosetta comet mission
16 Monster shark 'kept whales in check'
17 Mechanism behind nature's sparkles revealed
18 Gladiators were 'mostly vegetarian'
19 Paralysed man walks again after cell transplant
20 Starlings: Mapping and modelling the ballet of the skies
21 10 things you may not know about laughter
22 Bloodhound Diary: Putting it all together
23 Australia green energy firms hit by target cuts
24 Autumnwatch: Seasonal sights at RSPB Leighton Moss
25 Egyptian Philae obelisk revealed anew
26 Photographer Murray Fredericks braves Greenland's ice sheet
27 Tomorrow's cities--How do cities get smarter?
28 Chimps filmed raiding farms to find food
29 'The Hobbit' turns 10: Find that rewrote human history
30 Climate summit advances towards Paris deal
31 Ebola outbreak: How Nigeria is beating the killer virus
32 Last British troops leave Helmand
33 'Jogger' runs into David Cameron on visit to Leeds
34 Mawgan Porth deaths: Rescuer 'died helping surfers'
35 Oscar Pistorius case: South Africa prosecutors to appeal
36 Teacher Jamshed Javeed admits Syria terror offences
37 Afghanistan: A father's journey in the footsteps of his fallen son
38 Escaping Boko Haram: How three Nigeria girls found safety
39 Gillian Clarke: Dylan Thomas poem changed my life
40 Viewpoint: Why are so few WW1 heroines remembered?
41 How Boston is rethinking its relationship with the sea
42 EU hits back at Cameron after UK rejects payment demand
43 Keyless cars 'increasingly targeted by thieves using computers'
44 Marussia F1 team goes into administration
45 S Africa football captain Senzo Meyiwa shot dead
46 Major hunt for killers of S Africa footballer Senzo Meyiwa
47 'It's rape': Sayreville High School players face charges of abusive hazing
48 Russia in grim go-it-alone mood as sanctions bite
49 Butterfly wings inspire cosmetics and bomb detectors
50 Robots inspired by origami fold themselves into motion
51 Diamond crushed to Saturn's extremes
52 Flying car technology is turning a dream into reality
53 Tiny pieces of gold 'boost brain cancer therapy' in lab
54 Tungsten: The perfect metal for bullets and missiles
55 3D printing reveals the power of shark skin
56 Synthetic gel copies amphibians' ability to re-grow
57 Graphene 'wonder material' made with kitchen blender
58 Stick-on screens open up a new vista for window projections
59 Battery advance could boost renewable energy take-up
60 New waterproof surface is 'driest ever'
61 Hemp fibres 'better than graphene'
62 'Jogger' downplays Cameron incident amid security alert
63 Victoria Beckham named entrepreneur of the year
64 Xiaomi to open India data centre to allay privacy fears
65 Ebola tracking system for Sierra Leone offered by IBM
66 Hungarians stage Budapest protest against internet tax
67 Drone safeguards urged by UK pilots' association Balpa
68 Hailo says Uber blocked potential investors
69 Golden Joysticks: Dark Souls II named game of the year
70 The Queen sends first tweet to launch Science Museum gallery
71 Job centres to get digital makeover
72 'Anti-Facebook' investors dig deep for Ello
73 Zuckerberg's Chinese speech gets mixed reviews
74 Online harassment affects 40% of US adults, report says
75 US 'probes hackable flaws' in medical devices
76 Google offers new email app dubbed Inbox
77 City of London piracy police to be given more money
78 Microsoft ditching the Nokia name on smartphones
79 Exposing the hidden history of computer hacking
80 Could robots become too cute for comfort?
81 Surveillance: The hidden ways you're tracked
82 Silicon Valley's billion dollar start-up failures
83 How 'crowd patronage' could shape music and art
84 How computers change the way we learn
85 Ebola in West Africa: How NHS staff will help
86 Marking boycott will hit students at 69 UK universities
87 Term-time holiday rules: Breaks 'in rare cases only'
88 School absence guidance issued by head teachers' union
89 University of Nottingham students fined over sexist chants
90 Code of practice for religious schools shelved
91 Graduates 'should pay back fees to universities'
92 Abuse-risk children 'let down by Sheffield police'
93 Authors vie for children's award
94 Swansea's Claire Warlow wins top primary school teacher award
95 Disabled graduates: Life after university
96 100 Women: The jobs Chinese girls just can't do
97 Debt campaigners tear up student loans
98 Disabled students: Molly goes to university
99 The anarchic experimental schools of the 1970s
100 Fears that Ebola crisis will set back malaria fight
101 Addenbrooke's Hospital paperless system goes live
102 Welsh NHS has 'nothing to hide,' says health minister
103 Cancer-killing stem cells engineered in lab
104 Ebola outbreak: Cases pass 10,000, WHO reports
105 Roman gums 'healthier than ours'
106 'Sunshine can slow weight gain and diabetes symptoms'
107 Ashya King's family 'not safe for UK return'
108 Ebola blood-therapy team set up
109 NHS acting as 'barrier to families'
110 Experts aim to reduce stillbirths and baby brain injuries