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1 Aspirin cancer prevention benefits 'outweigh risks'
2 Light gene allows tomatoes to grow 24/7
3 Europe's Rosetta probe goes into orbit around comet 67P
4 Will the Rosetta mission finally end our fear of comets?
5 Stem cell scientist found dead in apparent suicide
6 Horses' mobile ears are 'communication tool'
7 Climate 'key driver' in European forest disturbances
8 DNA fingerprinting pioneer honoured by Royal Society
9 Equation 'can predict momentary happiness'
10 UK's deep sea mountain life filmed
11 Bolivian golden bat revealed as 'new species'
12 Mars 2020 rover will pave the way for future manned missions
13 Broody octopus keeps record-breaking four-year vigil
14 US police detain giant tortoise after brief chase
15 Coral munching bumphead fish give insight into conservation
16 Silicon: After the chip, another revolution?
17 'See-through' bodies technique developed
18 Two Newcastle University medical students killed in Borneo
19 Ukraine crisis: Putin orders retaliatory sanctions
20 Ebola: Global experts begin emergency talks at WHO
21 Scottish independence: Darling and Salmond reflect on TV clash
22 How did Lego become a gender battleground?
23 Britain's first armed police on routine patrol
24 The Solomon Islanders who saved JFK
25 Obituary: Chapman Pincher
26 Russia gang hacks 1.2 billion usernames and passwords
27 Facebook privacy challenge attracts 25,000 users
28 Delhi gang rape: India outrage over fashion shoot
29 Michaella McCollum and Melissa Reid to be transferred from Peru
30 Image released of mystery cyclist who died in Dronfield
31 Marilyn Burns, Texas Chain Saw Massacre actress, dies aged 65
32 Iraq crisis: Mosul air strike 'kills dozens'
33 Wikipedia reveals Google 'forgotten' search links
34 Cryptolocker victims to get files back for free
35 Bitcoin price crashes linked to web search surges
36 Apple and Samsung agree to drop cases outside the US
37 Google pulls more Gaza-Israel games from Android store
38 UK to explore Bitcoin role--George Osborne
39 Sony gives up on selling e-readers
40 Blood diagnosis app 'can detect diseases'
41 Dell develops mood-reading tech for the office and play
42 LinkedIn in $6 million labour violation settlement
43 Google 'reveals user' over Gmail child abuse images
44 Wikipedia link hidden by 'right to be forgotten'
45 Microsoft sues Samsung over Android patent fees
46 Wiki wars: Do Wikipedia's internal tiffs deter newcomers?
47 How mobile phones became fashion items
48 The Chinese animation firm aiming to rival Hollywood
49 Business of death care gets a technology makeover
50 Why your washing machine is a security risk
51 Internet: How websites are experimenting on you
52 Developing cutting edge technology in rural Ireland
53 Is this the stealth police motorbike of tomorrow?
54 Russia enacts 'draconian' law for bloggers and online media
55 Free WiFi trialled on London buses
56 Rabbit wheelchairs and dog pacemakers: Crowdfunding to pay vet bills
57 Baby falls from Rainham first-floor window on to man
58 Nude female cyclist told get dressed [and other news from around the world]
59 Schumacher medical files: Theft suspect found hanged in jail
60 Half of university applicants 'have no back-up plan'
61 Play 'boosts children's development and happiness'
62 First candidates receive new school qualifications
63 Victorian exam system fails pupils, says Eton headmaster
64 Labour slams after-school arts slump
65 GCHQ accredits UK master's degrees for 'cyber spies'
66 Big variations predicted in GCSE results
67 Exam watchdog Ofqual to check 'extra help' data
68 Tackling taboo of education corruption
69 A little video gaming 'linked to well-adjusted children'
70 Children to appear in adoption videos
71 Gaza: Israeli-Palestinian indirect talks begin in Cairo
72 Centralise stroke care 'in super units' call
73 Daily aspirin 'cuts bowel and stomach cancer deaths'
74 Living in the shadow of Ebola
75 Lesser-known things about deafness
76 NHS waits: Getting the excuses in early?
77 The man who helped save 50 million lives
78 Victim of fat-shaming loses 25 stone after surgery
79 The very public NHS privatisation debate
80 Ebola: Experimental treatments
81 Ebola trial drug given to 'improving' US aid workers
82 London GPs take Save Our Surgeries campaign to Downing Street
83 Junior doctors under 'too much pressure' suggests survey
84 Antibiotics use for colds 'rises 40%'
85 Possible Ebola exposure monitored by health officials
86 Earlier pregnancy screening move for genetic problems
87 NHS told to target long operation waits
88 Visual processes 'critical for sharp mind'
89 Former 50-stone man frustrated at NHS surgery rules
90 Ebola crisis: Nigeria records second case in Lagos
91 Phone consultations 'do not cut GP surgery pressures'
92 BMJ 'right' in statins claims row
93 DNA project 'to make UK world genetic research leader'
94 Alliance Boots: 'Deeply rooted in Nottingham'
95 Couple married for 62 years die together
96 Seabed samples cast doubt on earthquake risk for Pacific Northwest
97 US Department of Energy frees up access to research
98 Handheld device could enable low-cost chemical tests
99 Researcher's death shocks Japan
100 Fiendish million-dollar proof eludes mathematicians
101 Binary star to spill celestial secrets
102 Space agencies battle to keep Mars mission on track
103 Plump grizzlies offer diabetes clue
104 India stalls on GM crops
105 Stem-cell scientists mourn loss of brain engineer
106 Hidden bonus from vaccination
107 Open-access website gets tough
108 Organic synthesis: The robo-chemist
109 Rosetta craft makes historic comet rendezvous
110 US big-data health network launches aspirin study
111 Humans have tripled mercury levels in upper ocean
112 Safety doesn't happen by accident
113 Fishy business
114 Home-brew tests need regulation
115 Public health: A sustainable plan for China's drinking water
116 Polar research: Six priorities for Antarctic science
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