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1 'Booting up' the brain after anaesthesia
2 Eucalypt genome shows jet fuel potential
3 Spanish flu-like virus could emerge from birds
4 Frog's super-sticky tongue is a heavy lifter
5 Dinosaurs not warm or cold-blooded
6 Laser tango could find Martian minerals
7 Continental movement may be speeding up
8 UNESCO to rule on Tasmania forest and Great Barrier Reef
9 Higgs boson scientists are knighted
10 Study: Deforestation leaves fish undersized and underfed
11 Washing chicken 'spreads infection'
12 Cockpit complete for 1,000mph Bloodhound car
13 Africa elephants 'face survival threat' from poaching
14 Dinosaurs 'neither warm nor cold blooded'
15 Paraplegic in robotic suit kicks off World Cup
16 Crayfish may experience form of anxiety
17 Frog's tongue 'can lift three times own body weight'
18 Skin cancer: Sunscreen 'not complete protection'
19 Virunga Park oil hunt in DR Congo halted
20 Great tits' 'black ties' smaller in the city
21 GM lab mosquitoes may aid malaria fight
22 World's oldest cat Poppy dies aged 24 in Bournemouth
23 Malaysia swarmed by giant moths
24 Super infuriating animals? The business of tackling unwelcome animals
25 Big Brother at work may be no bad thing
26 Will a new climate fund unlock a global deal?
27 Vanadium: The metal that may soon be powering your neighbourhood
28 The lasting allure of the flying saucer
29 25 years on at America's most contaminated nuclear waste site
30 Iraq conflict: Militants 'seize' city of Tal Afar
31 UK outlaws Isis militant group behind Iraqi attacks
32 Kenya attack: Mpeketoni near Lamu hit by al-Shabab raid
33 F1 legend Michael Schumacher 'out of coma'
34 Gloucestershire child neglect couple jailed
35 Should you ask someone's permission to kiss them?
36 Burundi: Where jogging is a crime
37 The birthday paradox at the World Cup
38 Somalis sent back home in fear of al-Shabab
39 Ukraine crisis: Russia halts gas supplies to Kiev
40 Boris Johnson: Tony Blair's Iraq comments 'unhinged'
41 US lifts restrictions on more detailed satellite images
42 Erena Wilson Kew Gardens death: Branch fall 'an accident'
43 Iraq blocks Facebook and Twitter in bid to restrict Isis
44 YouView may have to change name after High Court ruling
45 Ikea makes fan site remove adverts in rights row
46 Dare to be Digital games design competition launched
47 Raspberry Pi pioneer honoured in Birthday list
48 Twitter still 'learning' about trolling danger
49 US to auction seized Silk Road Bitcoins worth $18m
50 Apple exchanges 'overheating' European USB power adapters
51 E3: Xbox One ad is switching on Microsoft consoles
52 Sex apps increase risk of STIs, US researchers warn
53 Romanian hacker 'Guccifer' indicted in Virginia
54 Expedia to accept Bitcoin payments for hotel bookings
55 Texting 'can boost children's spelling and grammar'
56 California dreaming: London's hi-tech aspirations
57 #BBCtrending: Sandwiches, codes and salutes in Thailand
58 E3: How No Man's Sky took on the games industry--and won
59 London braced for anti-Uber protests
60 Syria conflict: The suffering civilians of west Aleppo
61 'Weedy thing' thrives as Antarctic shores warm
62 Truss: Pupils in poor mental health 'not troublemakers'
63 Ex-Gove aide accused of 'anger' issues after PM attack
64 Councils call for powers over troubled schools
65 Forced marriage law sends 'powerful message'
66 Cameron: 'Stop being bashful about Britishness'
67 Trojan Horse inquiry schools' parents to meet Ofsted head
68 Additional Paternity Leave: Low take-up among new fathers
69 Anthony Seldon of Wellington College is knighted
70 Ofsted attacked over early years inspections
71 Knowl View: Rochdale Council 'misled' police amid school abuse claims
72 Poor children 'don't get a fair chance at school'
73 Is Cupid's arrow at the heart of London schools' success?
74 You mean you're not on holiday yet?
75 Life in a Christian 'fundamentalist' school
76 Trojan Horse: Pupils 'stigmatised' by Islamic extremism claims
77 Promoting British values in schools
78 No-notice Ofsted inspections: Who said what and when?
79 Thousands of children 'missing out on education'
80 'Disconnect' in parents' careers advice and jobs market
81 Scottish independence: Police examine online JK Rowling abuse
82 Hospital wards 'too noisy at night,' say nurses
83 Patient sings through surgery to save voice
84 Target MPs over pay--nurse leader
85 Older HIV patients 'need more support'
86 NHS scan and test delays 'worrying'
87 Wishaw General Hospital 'cleared' over baby deaths
88 Prof. Colin Blakemore: Medical research defender knighted
89 NHS patient information in data breach by Diagnostic Health
90 Barrow and Lancashire hospital trust rated 'inadequate'
91 Poor tracheostomy care warning
92 Hospital patients to get named doctor
93 Out-of-hours concerns highlighted in Southern Health Trust
94 Complaint after ambulance crew picks up hitch-hikers
95 'Time is running out to find a match'
96 The friendships made in a prosthetics fitting room
97 How WW1 changed emergency medicine
98 Not just a game: Is it right to 'recreate' disability?
99 Recession 'led to 10,000 suicides'
100 Scrap plan to extend statin use, say doctors
101 An Ocean--Perhaps--on Pluto's Moon Charon
102 Pluto's Biggest Moon Charon May Have Had Underground Ocean
103 Pluto's Moon Might Reveal History of Underground Ocean
104 Arctic Warming Responsible For Changing Weather
105 Climate Change Probably Won't Cause More Extremely Cold Days in the U.S.
106 Brit boffin to Obama's science advisor: You are wrong on climate change
107 Warming Arctic May Mean Fewer Extreme Cold Events: Study
108 Dinosaurs Feeling a Bit Goldilocks? Study Shows Not too Cold or Warm-Blooded
109 Warm or Cold Blooded? Dinosaurs Were Something Else
110 Dinosaurs Were neither Cold-Blooded or Warm-Blooded Animals, Study
111 Wait--dinosaurs weren't cold-blooded?