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1 Liquid lunar landscape stumps scientists
2 Ant communication confused by perfume
3 Fossil avatars enable virtual palaeo
4 Cats and dogs to be tested for mysterious MERS infection
5 UK looks to boost fracking with new land access rules
6 Probes deliver live images of cellular 'skeleton'
7 Flying robots: Nature inspires next generation design
8 Immune children aid malaria vaccine hunt
9 Study offers snapshot of rare Ecuador Amazon parrot
10 Carbon loss from tropical forests 'underestimated'
11 Chelsea flower show goes digital
12 How reliable are medical research checks?
13 Why children can't see what's right in front of them
14 Spurious correlations: Margarine linked to divorce?
15 How much money can we make from fracking Britain?
16 Longitude Prize 2014: The challenges
17 The strange profusion of portmanteau dog names
18 'Beautiful physics' at Collider exhibition in Manchester
19 Flies pause while 200 neurons help with tough decisions
20 Smart guns: How smart are they?
21 Pfizer drops AstraZeneca takeover bid
22 Ukraine crisis: Battle to control Donetsk airport
23 Singing up an economic storm: Setting a crisis to music
24 Egypt election: BBC reporters at the scene
25 The Apology
26 Hastings fire: Three tried to catch jumping woman
27 Gunman's parents 'raced to stop him'
28 Japan girl group AKB48 attacked by male fan with saw
29 How a team of students beat the casinos
30 LulzSec hacker helps FBI stop over 300 cyber attacks
31 Sony sets up PlayStation plant in China
32 Apple wants retrial in Samsung patent case
33 #YesAllWomen: California rampage sparks Twitter response
34 eBay faces investigations over massive data breach
35 Google 'poised to produce 3D imaging tablet'
36 Sainsbury's deliveries hit by computer fault
37 Facebook wants to 'listen' to your music and TV
38 Vodafone price rises could push UK bills up 10%
39 Blizzard sues Starcraft II cheat hackers
40 Sustainable technology 'greening' our toxic buildings
41 Egypt election: 'I love you' on ballots to count as vote
42 Nigeria kidnapped girls: Government 'called off deal'
43 Exam board 'drops' Mockingbird and Steinbeck after Gove reforms
44 Glasgow School of Art: Fire crews save most of building
45 Birmingham Children's Services 'inadequate' says Ofsted
46 All seats in Royal Opera House reserved for students
47 Luton Muslim school criticises Ofsted over 'extremism' claims
48 Parents win Rhondda Cynon Taf nursery cuts legal fight
49 Student designs toy to help former child soldiers recover
50 Wales' schools 'left behind' in digital age, experts claim
51 Kinki University in Japan to change name
52 What future for Birmingham children's services?
53 Tragic twist to author Anthony McGowan's stabbing story
54 Refugees 'struggle for cancer care'
55 Muscular dystrophy drug approval 'recommended' in EU
56 Abortion clinic guidance emphasises illegal gender grounds
57 Night-eating syndrome 'is real,' study suggests
58 Scientists use nanoparticles to control growth of materials
59 Improved supercapacitors for super batteries, electric vehicles
60 Liberating devices from their power cords: New structural 'supercaps' take a lickin,' keep on workin'
61 Marriage of nanocarbon and nanostructured porous carbon for next-generation batteries
62 Check out the assembly line of the future (w/ Video)
63 Engineers build world's smallest, fastest nanomotor
64 NIST studies why quantum dots suffer from fluorescence intermittency
65 Researchers combine weak chemical forces to strengthen novel imaging technology
66 Bionic particles self-assemble to capture light
67 Resonant energy transfer from quantum dots to graphene
68 Bending helps to control nanomaterials
69 Scientists demonstrate improved catalyst control, energy savings could result
70 A new look at the solid-liquid interface
71 Nanoparticles on track to distinguish tumour tissue
72 Researchers find a way to integrate two two-dimensional materials into a single electronic device
73 Not all diamonds are forever: Researchers see nanodiamonds created in coal fade away in seconds
74 New graphene-type material created
75 Forty-six transistors constructed on six CNTs is most complicated device of its kind to date
76 First measurement of molybdenum disulfide's thermal conductivity
77 Physics team develops simple way of controlling surface plasmon polaritons in graphene
78 A new way to make sheets of graphene
79 DNA nanotechnology places enzyme catalysis within an arm's length
80 Atomic force microscope systems take a tip from nanowires
81 Graphene to make large scale electricity storage a reality
82 Researchers develop three-step process for building fractal nanostructures
83 New laser to watch DNA-proteins interactions
84 Inspecting letters with terahertz waves
85 Improving terahertz optics with efficient broadband antireflection coatings
86 Superheavy chemistry, one atom at a time
87 NIST chip produces and detects specialized gas for biomedical analysis
88 NCNR neutrons highlight possible battery candidate
89 Skinny lens makes cheap surveillance camera for home use
90 Strengthening weak cohesive forces among molecules and atoms by light
91 Laser light needs more bass
92 Researchers discover a way for temperature gradients in fluids to move objects
93 Physicists investigate onset of effective mass
94 Physicist suggests some types of wormholes may stay open long enough to send a photon through
95 Future IT challenges in scientific research
96 A new subdetector for LHC's ATLAS
97 Coffee bean acoustics
98 The quest for true randomness and uncrackable codes
99 Physics panel to feds: Beam us up some neutrinos (Update)
100 Europe to equip the biggest cryoplant in the world
101 Fundamental research improves oil extraction efficiency
102 A holographic technique for imaging electric fields in the vicinity of toner microparticles
103 Amplifier invention probes far beneath the surface
104 Scientists discover new magnetic phase in iron-based superconductors
105 Advanced light: Sending entangled beams through fast-light materials
106 Supercritical fluids explained
107 Heads or tails: Experimental quantum coin flipping cryptography performs better than classical protocols
108 New supernova likely arose from massive Wolf-Rayet star
109 Highly precise mirrors for in-depth insights into space
110 SETI scientist will observe meteor shower from above the clouds