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1 Earth DNA survives the extremes of space
2 Chronic pain could change your personality
3 Making fuel out of thin air
4 The secret world of fungi revealed
5 Fly-by view of Europa's stunning surface
6 Extra-bright quantum dots to help medicine
7 Smoking makes it harder to quit drinking
8 Carnivorous plant fossil trapped in amber
9 Monkeys aren't fooled by luxury prices
10 World on course for warmest year
11 Osborne: UK lead role in Mars mission
12 Europe to press ahead with Ariane 6 rocket
13 Growing appetite for meat 'risks climate targets'
14 Richard III's DNA throws up infidelity surprise
15 Controversial DNA test comes to UK
16 UK's warmest year on record predicted
17 Old Sarum archaeologists reveal plan of medieval city
18 Stephen Hawking warns artificial intelligence could end mankind
19 HIV evolving 'into milder form'
20 UN climate talks begin as global temperatures break records
21 Scientists make enzymes from scratch
22 Graphene shows promise for bulletproof armour
23 Risk from extreme weather set to rise
24 Brown bears return to Chernobyl after a century away
25 Comet landing: UK team's data bonanza from Philae
26 Geo-engineering: Climate fixes 'could harm billions'
27 Shakespeare Folio found in French library
28 New horned dinosaur species identified from museum's fossils
29 What makes different years warmer or colder?
30 The "Lucy" fossil rewrote the story of humanity
31 How could we intervene to change the climate?
32 Deep sea salvage: Finding long lost treasures of the deep
33 The rubbish collector left on the scrap heap as his city goes green
34 Somerset flood spending 'driven by politics,' say experts
35 How world's worst Ebola outbreak began with one boy's death
36 Autumn Statement: Osborne reveals stamp duty reforms
37 Sweden heads for polls after Lofven's parliament defeat
38 Lee Rigby murder: Killers lose legal challenges
39 The world of cruisers, modders and boy racers
40 Why are blood donors asked their sexual history?
41 Remembering Russia's unknown World War Two soldiers
42 Cycling over the Pyrenees with one leg
43 Mediterranean diet keeps people 'genetically young'
44 Boris Johnson 'calms drunk passenger' on Heathrow flight
45 Key points of 2014 Autumn Statement: At-a-glance
46 Autumn Statement: What it means for you
47 Ched Evans: Investigation into rape conviction begins
48 Bristol mother Charlotte Bevan and missing baby CCTV issued
49 Driverless cars set to be tested in four English cities
50 NHS Devon surgery restriction for smokers and obese plan revealed
51 Steam Broadcasting takes on Twitch with game streams
52 Eyeteq TV box helps color-blind viewers
53 'Revenge porn' Facebook post leads to jail sentence
54 Child abuse database containing millions of images to launch
55 Tax crackdown on banks and multinationals 'to raise 5 billion pounds'
56 AK-47 maker Kalashnikov gives rifles makeover
57 Tablet computers in '70% of schools'
58 Evidence by late Steve Jobs to be used in music trial
59 Twitter to make reporting abuse and blocking 'easier'
60 Vietnam's government considers legalising Uber taxi app
61 EE plans micro-network for UK mobile not-spots
62 Hackers seek to profit from insider information
63 North Korea refuses to deny Sony Pictures cyber-attack
64 Annie among 'leaked' Sony films following cyber-attack
65 Selfie-stick sellers face fines in South Korea
66 Start-up 'funerals' where lesson is business failure
67 Does rampant AI threaten humanity?
68 Christmas shopping: 'Speed is the new battleground'
69 Gamer's mum says killer 'manipulated' her son online
70 How will the 5G network change the world?
71 Why are people charged for 'landline rental'?
72 The man changing the world of remittances
73 #Love is 2014's top hashtag on Instagram
74 Islamic State: Kerry says any Iran strikes 'positive'
75 Jane Khalaf death: Amphetamines found in girl's blood
76 Bill Cosby sued for alleged under-age sexual abuse
77 100 brains 'go missing' at Texas university
78 Why is Saudi Arabia using oil as a weapon?
79 Autumn Statement: Postgraduate loans of 10,000 pounds
80 New science A-levels won't be delayed, says Nicky Morgan
81 Teens 'row more often with mothers,' statistics suggest
82 Confusion over UKIP policy on sex education
83 Families spending less than in 2006, says ONS
84 New maths A-level to be delayed by a year
85 Private colleges' 5 million pounds overseas students 'funding error'
86 Teaching assistant denies 'bullying' girl, 7, for own amusement
87 Birmingham trust 'set up Pakistan school with public cash'
88 More support urged for gifted pupils
89 Trojan Horse: Oldknow Academy to join national chain
90 Student vote could swing 2015 election, suggests study
91 Scottish childcare costs 'a route to poverty'
92 Respect and tolerance key British values, says government
93 Schools 'may look overseas for new teachers'
94 Church education chief: Terror bill is 'step too far' for Ofsted
95 School nativity plays 'pushed aside'
96 School markings painted outside home in Ruyton
97 The university with a laboratory for democracy
98 Hi-tech schools rescuing an ancient language [Irish]
99 #BBCtrending: 'I refuse to be my daughter's diary'
100 Chinese maths teachers help English pupils make the grade
101 'Grief and anxiety are not mental illnesses'
102 Taxi 'refused' to pick up autistic man outside Coventry nightclub
103 Home births are 'best for many mothers'
104 Bourne attempted abduction leads to manhunt
105 Why banana smuggling is profitable in Tunisia
106 Government to pay off WW1 debt
107 Polish toddler 'improving' after night in freezing cold
108 'No evidence' Fluad flu vaccine caused deaths in Italy
109 Dehydration an issue for elderly people, says research
110 Monitor to launch inquiry into Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust