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1 Stress not erosion sculpts nature
2 Debate continues over next lunar step
3 Beef environment cost 10 times that of other livestock
4 Seals 'feed' at offshore wind farms, study shows
5 Sandstone shapes 'forged by gravity'
6 Boom in satellite ship tracking
7 EC 'confident' in human brain project
8 'Shoved' sea eagle chick on Mull flies nest
9 MH17 crash: 'Total shock' at Aids researcher deaths
10 Tim Peake mission name pays tribute to Isaac Newton
11 Public butterfly count aims to check countryside health
12 Software can decode bird songs
13 'Biological pacemaker' tested in lab
14 Shuttle diplomacy in climate countdown
15 The virus detective who discovered Ebola in 1976
16 Pushing frontiers of deep sea exploration
17 The Cornish beaches where Lego keeps washing up
18 Norway to develop fish food from captured carbon dioxide
19 MH17 plane crash is 'defining moment' for Russia, says PM
20 Gaza conflict: Five dead at hospital hit by Israeli strike
21 Tulisa Contostavlos drugs trial collapses
22 Was Dale Bolinger a cannibal or creep?
23 Who, what, why: Is it worth lightning-proofing UK homes?
24 Obamacare in Kentucky: The luxury of seeing a doctor
25 Scots coffee 'stronger' than Italy and Spain
26 Park End woman bitten by police dog dies
27 Ofcom receives complaints after Sky News report on MH17
28 MH17 plane crash: UN demands immediate crash site access
29 #BBCtrending: Dutch use black avatars in MH17 protest
30 BBC says iPlayer technical problems 'fixed'
31 MH17 plane crash: Dutch sadness turns to fury
32 Griffin defends record after stepping down as BNP leader
33 Snapping shrimps: Females more aggressive than males
34 Cuckoos' shameless egg-laying tactics revealed
35 MH17: Twitter and Facebook spammers exploit crash
36 Gamers compete for $5 million cash prize
37 Netflix profits double to $71 million as subscriptions rise
38 EE apologises over 'spam' text messages
39 China's Huawei reports 19% jump in sales
40 Apple scolded by Europe over in-app purchase protections
41 Kenya defense Twitter account hacked
42 Social media 'fuel rise in complaints against doctors'
43 Spain lifts blocks on file-sharing websites
44 Mass surveillance 'dangerous habit,' says UN rights body
45 Online child abuse reports surge, says US watchdog
46 Microsoft calls end to Android Nokia X smartphones
47 The Imitation Game to open London Film Festival
48 Can drones help tackle Africa's wildlife poaching crisis?
49 Easy Taxi: A company born out of frustration
50 What's the appeal of playing 'mundane' simulator games?
51 How to make your fortune writing about stuff you love
52 The man behind one of the world's most successful apps
53 Tourism gets tech savvy in Southern and Eastern Africa
54 Houzz shakes up UK's interior design and garden industries
55 Flying spies: Surveillance planes after the Cold War
56 French blogger fined over review's Google search placing
57 Prince George pictures mark royal baby's first birthday
58 FGM summit: New measures announced by David Cameron
59 Point-blank police Taser use questioned by IPCC
60 Student loan system reaches 'tipping point,' warn MPs
61 UK graduate jobs 'recover but posts left unfilled'
62 Extra FGM training for public sector staff
63 Trojan Horse report finds 'aggressive Islamist ethos' in schools
64 Ofsted marking down traditional teaching, says
65 Teacher wins unfair dismissal claim against Belfast school
66 Vince Cable hints at U-turn over proposed student loans sale
67 Vigoro: The Edwardian attempt to merge tennis and cricket
68 Scottish independence: How would the UK fare without Scotland?
69 Hot car deaths: The children left behind
70 Ask the Sexpert: The 90-year-old sex guru
71 S Korea ferry boss Yoo Byung-eun death confirmed
72 Early HIV drugs 'may not stop virus'
73 'Pain-patch' warning to patients
74 'Safer IVF' with kisspeptin hormone shows promise
75 HIV infection rate in the US falls by a third in a decade
76 Assisted dying law would lessen suffering says Falconer
77 Waiting target missed in major A&Es 'for whole year'
78 Statins: Millions more to get drugs in controversial plans
79 Obese women 'show signs of food learning impairment'
80 Belinda Bauer wins Harrogate crime novel award
81 Anatomy of female genital mutilation
82 Caring for Kenya's HIV orphans
83 Miscarriage partners 'often feel ignored and invisible'
84 Analysis: Assisted dying debate
85 Can healthy eating be forced on children?
86 Assisted dying: What do disabled people think?
87 Making change
88 Mental-health monitoring goes mobile
89 No-wait data centers
90 Startup with MIT roots wins R&D 100 Award
91 CrashPlan backup service to replace TSM for desktop and laptop users
92 3 Questions: Kenneth Oye on the regulation of genetic engineering
93 Pulitzer Prize-winner to head Knight Science Journalism at MIT
94 Getting a grip on robotic grasp
95 Steam from the sun
96 More than glitter
97 Try, try again? Study says no
98 MIT's Mobile Fab Lab participates in White House Maker Faire
99 How to make big things out of small pieces
100 Undergrads bring energy education to Ghana
101 Three MIT teams mess with Texas, take SXSW Accelerator by storm
102 Schizophrenia linked to abnormal brain waves
103 Making Web applications more efficient
104 Communication scheme makes popular applications 'gracefully mobile'
105 Hosting options for servers--and the data on them
106 How we (should) decide
107 Enron's 'Whistle-blower' speaks to MIT Sloan students about ethics and corporate responsibility
108 Professor Alberto Rodriguez presents work on robotic extrinsic dexterity
109 Soft robotic fish moves like the real thing
110 Inside the innards of a nuclear reactor
111 Researchers engineer light-activated skeletal muscle
112 A new way to harness waste heat
113 Solving a mystery of thermoelectrics
114 Cooling when there's too much heat
115 Engineers design 'living materials'
116 The gold standard for cell penetration
117 From gold, a new way to control blood clotting
118 Even when test scores go up, some cognitive abilities don't
119 When it comes to numbers, culture counts
120 MIT launches online lab to study early childhood learning
121 Synchronized brain waves enable rapid learning
122 Affordable precision printing for pros
123 N/A
124 The robotic equivalent of a Swiss army knife
125 'Searchability': Making your online content easier to find
126 Five hundred websites built using MIT Drupal Cloud Service
127 'Invisible' particles could enhance thermoelectric devices
128 Explained: Thermoelectricity
129 Cell circuits remember their history
130 MIT-led team finds language without numbers
131 Decoding 'noisy' language in daily life
132 Complex brain function depends on flexibility
133 Brain waves encode rules for behavior
134 Multitasking is no problem for these brain cells
135 MIT researchers: The mind's eye scans like a spotlight
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