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1 Your Phone's Bacteria Match Your Own
2 Fantasy Fitness Tracker: 8 Absolutely Must-Have Features
3 Making Headway in Search for Zero-Resistance Wonder Materials
4 Iron Age Hillfort Open to Tourists this Summer
5 Wearable Goose Bump Sensor May Detect Some Emotions
6 Schools Need Better Tornado Protection, Scientists Say
7 Reference: Mustangs: Facts About America's Wild Horses
8 Parents Should Read to Kids Starting in Infancy, Docs Say
9 Whirling Snowflakes Unmask Turbulent Air on Wind Farms
10 'Neural Bypass' Reconnects Brain to Muscles in Paralyzed Man
11 How Much is the 'Lost Pleasure' from a Cigarette Worth? (Op-Ed)
12 Probiotics Hold Promise for 4 Skin Conditions
13 Many Kids with Persistent Coughs Have Whooping Cough
14 Blood-Only Diet Numbed Vampire Bat's Taste Buds
15 Reference: Matter: Definition & the Five States of Matter
16 It Takes a Lot More than Carrots to Beat Cancer (Op-Ed)
17 'Fat Blaster' Drug Can Give You Weight Loss to Die for (Op-Ed)
18 For a Dog, Play Means Play (Usually) (Op-Ed)
19 New Report Puts Price Tag on Climate Change in U.S.
20 Zzzzzzzz: The Mathematics of a Good Night's Sleep
21 Incontinence Is Common Among Older Adults in the US
22 4,000-Year-Old Burial with Chariots Discovered in South Caucasus
23 Engineered Probiotics Prevent Obesity in Mice
24 Six Adorable Exotic Kittens Born at Scottish Zoo
25 Future Soldiers May Wear Bulletproof Spider Silk
26 Tech Sandbox: The Playground of Neural Engineering
27 Bizarre Jurassic Parasite Sported Sucker on its Body
28 Supermassive black hole trio discovered
29 Neanderthals loved vegies with their meat
30 'Immediate protection' needed for Pitcairn's marine bounty
31 Orion: US spaceship parachute test succeeds
32 Oldest human faeces show Neanderthals ate vegetables
33 'Drastic action' needed on Ebola
34 Antibiotics to be focus of 10 million pounds Longitude prize
35 Researchers develop cheaper way of making solar cells
36 UK faces 'significant' shortage of farmland by 2030
37 Jab 'protects mice against brain tumours'
38 Butterflies use magnetic compass to fly across America
39 Scots woman to be first in UK to have double hand transplant
40 Growing pains of China's agricultural water needs
41 Vampire bats' blood diet leads to loss of bitter taste
42 Goosebump sensor developed by Korean research team
43 Malaysian jet MH370: Refined analysis drives new search area
44 Pablo Escobar's hippos: A growing problem
45 Jimmy Savile NHS abuse victims aged five to 75
46 Bank of England moves to avert housing boom
47 Abu Qatada found not guilty by Jordan court of terror plot
48 NHS blunders led to Devon toddler's death
49 How much sugar do we eat?
50 What would the UK be called without Scotland?
51 Taj Mahal: Was India's 'monument to love' built out of guilt?
52 Did disabled workers enjoy greater rights in centuries past?
53 Water as only mealtime drink 'will combat child obesity'
54 North Korea threatens war on US over Kim Jong-un movie
55 Woman dead in Bournemouth flat for six years
56 UK population grows by more than 400,000
57 Greste 'devastated and outraged' by Egypt court verdict
58 Celebrities sign letter calling for drug law change
59 Bad review couple win compensation
60 Google reveals first Android Wear watches to go on sale
61 Sensors help keep smartphone data secure
62 Hacker heroin frame plot suspect arrested
63 Google I/O protesters heckle at developer event
64 IT firms earn most from government spending--think tank
65 US court backs mobile phone privacy
66 Digital news catches up with papers in UK, Ofcom says
67 US high court rules Aereo 'violates law'
68 Sky cars to be built in Tel Aviv
69 The danger of 'emotional' machines
70 Can Iraqi militants be kept off social media sites?
71 Can you make a giant dance? Facebook tries to innovate
72 Should we fear the robots of the future?
73 Axe A-levels for Bacc-style exam, say UK scientists
74 Global summit seeks $3.5 billion education pledges
75 State v. private split in students going to Oxbridge
76 Scottish university graduates 'getting jobs quicker'
77 Freshers 'forget 60% of their A-level studies'
78 King's College London academics back industrial action
79 Two-thirds of teachers feel undervalued, says OECD study
80 Head teachers' concern over pupil anxiety
81 London students 'face crime risk'
82 Fall in number barred from working with children
83 Wales GCSEs 'credibility' doubts of independent schools
84 We have a bit more information about London's rather astonishing school system. And, at first sight, it's a bit of a puzzle.
85 Poetry eases pain of teen who was sold for sex
86 Ming: The Golden Empire on display at National Museum of Scotland
87 Call to halve target for added sugar
88 Mini-hearts grown to study disease
89 Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust placed in special measures
90 Campaigners lose 'right to die' case
91 Patients 'facing longer GP waits,' warns BMA
92 Foreign doctors face GMC's English language tests
93 Incentives as effective as penalties for slowing Amazon deforestation
94 Curiosity travels through ancient glaciers on Mars
95 New math technique improves atomic property predictions to historic accuracy
96 UMMS scientists show that monarch butterflies employ a magnetic compass during migration
97 Understanding the ocean's role in Greenland glacier melt
98 Researchers treat incarceration as a disease epidemic, discover small changes help
99 Scientists unearth what may be secret weapon against antibiotic resistance
100 NASA's STEREO maps much larger solar atmosphere than previously observed
101 'Cosmic own goal' another clue in hunt for dark matter
102 Earlier snowmelt prompting earlier breeding of Arctic birds
103 Carbon-fiber epoxy honeycombs mimic the material performance of balsa wood
104 Collaborative learning--for robots
105 LSTM Researchers demonstrate adaptive potential of hybridization in mosquito species
106 Nanoscale velcro used for molecule transport
107 New study quantifies the effects of climate change in Europe
108 Scientists devloping [sic] novel technique that could facilitate nuclear disarmament
109 Mathematical models explain how a wrinkle becomes a crease
110 Reproduction later in life is a marker for longevity in women
111 Neural sweet talk: Taste metaphors emotionally engage the brain
112 Fracking flowback could pollute groundwater with heavy metals
113 Stanley Miller's forgotten experiments, analyzed
114 Black hole trio holds promise for gravity wave hunt