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1 Carbohydrates boost trees' drought survival chances
2 Bird brains: Public asked to look out for clever rooks
3 Malaria parasite 'can manipulate body odour of mice'
4 Warming threat to emperor penguins
5 Miniature 'super-clotting balls help stop bleeding'
6 NASA satellite to seek 'missing carbon'
7 NASA 'flying saucer' tests Mars tech
8 Older sperm donors 'just as good'
9 Organ transplants: 'Supercooling' keeps organs fresh
10 UK data centre marks 50 years of recording nature
11 Auditors probe 16 billion pounds green energy contracts
12 Athena: Europe plans huge X-ray space telescope
13 'Immediate protection' needed for Pitcairn's marine bounty
14 Orion: US spaceship parachute test succeeds
15 Nuclear deal boosts Cumbria's Moorside plant plans
16 Odours can keep insects from finding flowers
17 Robot tests on nuclear sites as UK ramps up research
18 Vampire bats' blood diet leads to loss of bitter taste
19 Researchers develop cheaper way of making solar cells
20 Mars beauty spot named in honour of Colin Pillinger
21 Higgs boson spills secrets as LHC prepared for return
22 John Bostock: The man who 'discovered' hay fever
23 Greater protection for ships lost in World War One
24 Ebola and ethics: Is animal welfare killing wild apes?
25 Malaysian jet MH370: Refined analysis drives new search area
26 Israel holds murdered teenagers' funerals
27 Rolf Harris guilty: More alleged victims come forward
28 European Court upholds French full veil ban
29 French ex-President Sarkozy held over influence claims
30 Third baby in feed probe dies
31 Margaret Bondfield: The undercover 'shopgirl'
32 Who, what, why: Where is the hardest place in the UK to be a busker?
33 Three's a crowd: Living with your lover and their carer
34 Roads 'too dangerous' for cyclists BBC poll suggests
35 Switzerland's unlikely World Cup heroes
36 Cherry Groce inquest: Officer said pain was 'like having a baby'
37 Vet gives pet Jack Russell lethal injection by mistake
38 Rolf Harris conviction: Australia reacts to star's fall
39 English explodes in India--and it's not just Hinglish
40 Keeping Trident nuclear weapons 'in UK's national interest'
41 Booking site in 'appalling' data leak
42 Energy firms hacked by 'cyber-espionage group Dragonfly'
43 Call for Google Glass ban in UK cinemas
44 Millions hit by Microsoft cybercrime action
45 Tinder sued for sexual harassment and discrimination
46 Dropbox and the failures behind it
47 Africa's mobile boom powers innovation economy
48 How two Polish gamers created a global blockbuster
49 Will workplace robots cost more jobs than they create?
50 Programmer facing paralysis codes new voice
51 A Point of View: Are humans too devoted to their own machines?
52 Can Iraqi militants be kept off social media sites?
53 Facebook emotion experiment sparks criticism
54 EU roaming fees fall for phone users
55 Google to be sued over 'snooping'
56 US aviation authority clarifies model aircraft laws
57 Seized Silk Road bitcoin hoard sold in US
58 Sky cars to be built in Tel Aviv
59 Charlie Brooker stars in sniper game
60 Leon Brittan urged to comment on 1980s 'paedophile dossier'
61 Who, what, why: What happened to Rolf Harris's portrait of the Queen?
62 Hollesley Bay prisoner caught with pet rabbit
63 Isis leader calls on Muslims to 'build Islamic state'
64 Hong Kong crowds rally for democracy
65 GCSE computing tasks withdrawn after answers appear online
66 International GCSEs to be axed from school league tables
67 Epping Primary School bans lunchtime football
68 Poor pupils in London outstrip rich in rest of country
69 Poverty figures: Number of poor falls
70 Northern Ireland shared education: Three sets of schools selected
71 School transport cuts plan in Swansea sparks anger
72 Poverty blights pupils' path to elite universities
73 Black children have more concerns over job prospects than white
74 Prince Charles 'tried to influence government decisions'
75 Teach First expands into poor rural and coastal areas
76 Transformed schools 'drive London success'
77 Global education summit raises 16.8 billion pounds
78 Birmingham Kajans school to close after its first year
79 Axe A-levels for Bacc-style exam, say UK scientists
80 State v. private split in students going to Oxbridge
81 How did London become an education superpower?
82 Cybersecurity: Your country needs (200,000 of) you
83 Gross failures over meningitis death of Thomas Smith
84 Frozen testicle 'live birth first'
85 Diabetes drugs 'may not be best'
86 Hobby Lobby case: Court curbs contraception mandate
87 Midwives support strike action
88 NHS needs more money, say senior Tory and Lib Dem MPs
89 GPs who fail to spot cancer could be named
90 Hospital staff arrange cancer patient's wedding
91 'Most dangerous day of their life'
92 Advice on prescription project to help beat depression
93 'Robot revolution' in stroke care promised
94 Monkey books: The mother who helped ill children cope
95 Gelotophobia: living a life in fear of laughter
96 What Leonardo taught us about the heart
97 How can I cut down on sugar?
98 UK facing 'major' sperm shortage
99 'Mitigating facts' in Coulson case, lawyer says
100 Shared decisions benefit next generations
101 Bath-salt chemical promises safer solar cells
102 Antibiotic resistance focus of UK Longitude Prize
103 Earliest skeletal animals were reef builders
104 'Grabbed' land has potential to feed millions
105 LHC upgrades could reveal whether Higgs boson is 'standard'
106 Running cures blind mice
107 Boom-and-bust cycles doomed passenger pigeon
108 Supercooled livers last for days
109 Rhythm is heard best in the bass
110 Elite labs hire more men than women
111 GM maize splits Mexico
112 French science needs 'smarter' spending, OECD says
113 Australian budget hits science jobs
114 Scientists rally around beleaguered Japanese research centre
115 Risks of flu work underrated