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1 Seal's first birth gives clue on decline
2 Human muscles may have evolved more than brain
3 Titan teaches truth about hazy planets
4 Spotlight on antipsychotics in pregnancy
5 Wasp has its own zinc-tipped drill bit
6 Study shows Antarctica's impact on sea
7 Artificial photosynthesis gets a boost
8 Does porn affect the brain?
9 Ancient reefs helped shape fish diversity
10 Cracking the code for a perfect coffee
11 Erasing and restoring our memories
12 Why threading a needle can be so hard
13 'World's best' thermometer made from light
14 Green tea may help snorers sleep easy
15 Green tea lowers stroke risk
16 Coffee makes us say 'yes'
17 Gene spells danger for coffee addicts
18 Coffee breaks can make you stressed
19 Decaffeinated coffee beans now a possibility
20 Birds in the trees benefit coffee crops
21 Secret of spilling coffee revealed
22 Coffee's cancer reducing effect explained
23 Scans reveal how we change memories
24 Fossil avatars enable virtual palaeo
25 New optical nose zeroes in on explosives
26 Einstein's tea-leaves inspire new gadget
27 Tea may hold back Alzheimer's
28 Air pollution may harden arteries
29 Tomato compound tied to lower stroke risk
30 Researchers tune into what brain hears
31 Fishing could feed millions more: report
32 Beer protects your prostate
33 Radio waves pick up explosives
34 Smell of success in bid to 'build nose'
35 Why are dogs such top smellers?
36 Omega-3 pills may not help heart disease
37 Researchers squeeze more out of tomatoes
38 Tomatoes don't protect your prostate
39 How Mediterranean diet lowers blood pressure
40 Scan reveals how brain processes jokes
41 Why we laugh at slapstick
42 Laughter plays tricks with your eyes
43 Where did laughter come from?
44 Jokes not as funny as you get older
45 No sense of humour? Blame your parents.
46 Scientists locate brain's funny bone
47 Time goes funny when your eyes move
48 Survival of the fishes
49 Omega-3 benefits hurting fish numbers
50 Smell needs constant supply of nerve cells
51 Sense of smell is out of sight
52 Women 'smell' their competition
53 Men's odour stays constant over time
54 Psychopaths have poor sense of smell
55 Study suggests little need for vitamins
56 'Good' cholesterol doctrine may be flawed
57 Low cholesterol may be 'a sign' of cancer
58 Good cholesterol may prevent memory loss
59 Garlic stinks at lowering cholesterol
60 The truth about green tea...
61 US to unveil sharp curbs on coal power plants
62 Solar Impulse 2: Plane makes inaugural flight
63 Row over protection for World Cup mascot armadillo
64 Climate change to boost summer flash floods, says study
65 Crickets in two places fall silent to survive
66 Quantum phenomenon shown in $15 million D-Wave computer
67 Ocean waves influence polar ice extent
68 Wasp uses zinc-tipped drill to lay eggs
69 'First drafts' of human protein catalogue published
70 Concerns grow over farm drugs used like 'sweets'
71 Grave find may be Western Europe's earliest false tooth
72 Genetic test for heart disease risk rolled out in UK
73 Asian relative of cane toad threatens Madagascar havoc
74 Fossilised crocodile tooth 'largest of its kind in UK'
75 Archaeopteryx: X-rays shine new light on mystery 'bird'
76 US set 'to take very significant step' on climate
77 Skylon 'spaceplane economics stack up'
78 MH370 spur to 'better ocean mapping'
79 Georgia's gold mine dilemma
80 How reliable are medical research checks?
81 The brave new world of DIY faecal transplant
82 King Juan Carlos of Spain abdicates
83 Jimmy Savile abuse reports 'reach 500'
84 How the Dreadnought sparked the 20th Century's first arms race
85 The elephants' graveyard: Protecting Kenya's wildlife
86 Ukraine crisis: Ghost train from Moscow to Donetsk
87 Learning second language 'slows brain aging'
88 Patients sectioned 'because of pressure on beds'
89 Sherlock star ambushes Dame Judi Dench at Hay
90 Samsung launches first Tizen phone
91 Pirate Bay fugitive Peter Sunde arrested in Sweden
92 Mortal Kombat: Violent game that changed video games industry
93 Russia to 'restrict' US-run GPS satellites
94 NSA 'collects facial-recognition photos from the the net'
95 Google sets up 'right to be forgotten' form after EU ruling
96 'Conflict minerals' deadline looms for technology firms
97 Mobile firms urged to unlock phones
98 Microsoft's ex-CEO Steve Ballmer 'wins Clippers bid'
99 How the boss of a popular phone app got the idea
100 Google search result removal: 'It could change my life'
101 Could the Philippines be Asia's next tech tiger?
102 Tree-mapping drone start-up has sky-high ambitions
103 Douglas Adams Hitchhiker's Guide drafts to be published
104 Watch Dogs PR stunt causes Ninemsn office evacuation
105 Google is to start building its own self-driving cars
106 'Trojan Horse' school governor is Ofsted inspector
107 'Fair banding' for school places 'may harm poorest'
108 What do young Harvard graduates believe?
109 Julia Gillard: invest in education to tackle terror
110 Left Unity protest reads US books at Michael Gove's department