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1 Brain-inspired chip fits 1m 'neurons' on postage stamp
2 Robots inspired by origami fold themselves into motion
3 Warts and all: Bid to save rare natterjack toads in Scotland
4 Blackpool zookeeper's MSc in sea lion whiskers
5 Iraq crisis: France urges 'unity cabinet' to fight IS
6 Iraq aid drops to 'step up,' says No. 10
7 Ex-hurricane Bertha brings high winds and rain across UK
8 Thai surrogate baby Gammy: Australian parents 'wanted him'
9 Ukraine crisis: Army pounds rebels in Donetsk
10 The 'lost' poetry of World War One
11 A Point of View: Why not caring about anything is only for the young
12 Who, What, Why: How many people infected with ebola die?
13 Boxing promoter Frank Maloney reveals gender reassignment
14 Iran plane crash near Tehran kills 38
15 UKIP defends MEP's 'Hitler speech' advice
16 Ex hurricane Bertha 'carnage' as festival cancelled
17 Mixed reviews for BBC One gymnastics show Tumble
18 SketchFactor app for unsafe areas in racism row
19 Clean-up under way after flash flooding
20 Giving it welly: Street trial riders' Bella stunt show
21 Gaza conflict: Fresh fears for ceasefire talks in Cairo
22 USB 'critically flawed' after bug discovery, researchers say
23 Huge numbers watch fish playing Pokemon live online
24 Facebook must disclose underage users' records, court rules
25 Authors rally against Amazon in Hachette dispute
26 Virtual cash heist diverts net traffic
27 Chatroom rape fantasies woman jailed for six years
28 One million UK properties on 'superfast broadband' after investment
29 Microsoft to drop support for outdated web browsers
30 How to make cyber scams go pop
31 Augmented reality gives physical world a virtual dimension
32 The best 'low-tech' spycraft tricks
33 JustPark and the sharing economy
34 'Sharp rise' in parental fines for term-time holidays
35 Students complain of bad A-level advice for degree path
36 'Extremist' nurseries to lose funding--Nicky Morgan
37 Victorian exam system fails pupils, says Eton headmaster
38 Patients 'face long queues in ambulances outside A&E'
39 Ebola virus: Liberia health system 'overtaxed'
40 'Stem cells show promise in stroke recovery'
41 How football is improving the lives of Denmark's homeless
42 Ebola: Why is it this disease we fear?
43 Musical training 'can improve language and reading'
44 Councils issue health warning on 'laughing gas' use
45 NHS says no to new breast cancer drug Kadcyla
46 Confusion over best way to brush teeth, study finds
47 Clegg: Mental health research 'needs boost'
48 Weight loss 'no mood boost even with health benefits'
49 WHO: Ebola 'an international emergency'
50 Underwater Ocean Turbines: A New Spin on Clean Energy?
51 Rare Coins Bear Scars of Ancient Jewish Rebellion
52 Happiness Equation Reveals Key to Cheery Life
53 Why Meningitis Strikes Teens
54 Reference: Facts About Bobcats & Other Lynx
55 Embattled Stem Cell Scientist Dies in Apparent Suicide
56 5 Things You Should Know About Ebola
57 Horses 'Talk' with Their Ears, of Course
58 How Do People Survive Ebola?
59 Teen Whale Shark Hangout Discovered in Red Sea
60 Reference: Coyote Facts
61 Is Musical Talent Rooted in Genes?
62 'Gluten-Free' Food Labels Now Mean What They Say
63 Need a Lift? Hitchhiking Robot Makes His Way Across Canada
64 Woman's Spontaneous Orgasms Triggered by Parkinson's Drug
65 Computer Games Better than Medication in Treating Elderly Depression
66 Should You Take Daily Aspirin to Prevent Cancer?
67 Fox-Sized Relative of Triceratops Discovered in Venezuela
68 Lowly Jellyfish Uses High-Tech Strategy to Find Food
69 Can You Get Ebola from Sex?
70 6,500-Year-Old 'Noah' Skeleton Discovered in Museum Basement
71 James Cameron's Deepest Ocean Dive Splashes onto the Big Screen
72 Distant Galaxies' Explosions Become Psychedelic Songs
73 The Robot Economy: Will Machines Take Your Job by 2025?
74 Quantum Particles Take the Road Most Traveled
75 Ebola 'Experimental Serum' in Limited Supply, CDC Says
76 The Deep Ocean Traps Mercury, Study Finds
77 Twilight Zone: Glow-in-the-Dark Sharks Need Special Eyes to See
78 Are Experimental Ebola Treatments Ethical?
79 Why Smiling Too Much May Be Bad for You
80 New Pee Test Could Tell if People Have Human 'Mad Cow' Disease
81 1-in-3 Risk of Breast Cancer Found in Women with Rare Mutation
82 How the Brain Picks Punishments
83 Storytellers of the Blade: Accuracy in Swordplay
84 'Traitor's Blade' (US 2014): Book Excerpt
85 Bottoms Up: How Whale Poop Helps Feed the Ocean
86 'Cape-Wearing' Dolphin Turns Out to Be New Species
87 Portable Retina Scanner Could Protect Your Identity on the Go
88 This Tactic Could Wipe Out Shark Attacks
89 Odds of El Nino Drop; Still Expected to Form
90 Doctors Pulled a Tooth Out of a Man's...What?
91 Reference: Facts About Seals & Sea Lions
92 Aliens Could Live like This! Life Found in Oily Goo
93 This Computer Chip Can Think like a Human Brain
94 Real-Life Transformer: Robotic Bug Springs to Life
95 4 Places Where Alien Life May Lurk in the Solar System
96 Back from the Dead, Pacific Hurricane Becomes Super Typhoon
97 Sleepless in Space: Getting Shut-Eye Is Tough Out There
98 N/A
99 Dog State vs. Cat State? Pets and Politics (Op-Ed)
100 Sexting Lies: The New Orgasm Faking?
101 Dazzling Beams of Light Map Invisible Wi-Fi Networks
102 32 Tornadoes in a Day! Twister Clusters on the Rise
103 Pacific Storm Julio Unleashes Powerful 'Dark Lightning' Flash
104 Ebola Bomb: Possible, but Not So Easy to Make
105 All Hail King Richard! Details of Elaborate Burial Unveiled
106 Virtual-Reality Tech Helps Treat PTSD in Soldiers
107 Why Hurricanes Are So Rare in Hawaii
108 Antidepressants Affect Feelings of Love for Partner
109 Fitbit Won't Hold a Charge: Here's What to Do
110 Nighttime Light May Interfere with Breast Cancer Drug
111 How a Fair Ride Caused Woman's Year-Long Dizziness
112 Banned Drone May Have Damaged Yellowstone Spring
113 Here's How a Nap Could Change Your Afternoon
114 Reference: Facts About Bats
115 PowerPoint: The Beginning of the End for Real Reading (Op-Ed)
116 Dead Zones: Devil in the Deep Blue Sea
117 Little-Known Skin Cancer Affects Dark-Skinned People
118 Great Gift for Grandma? Retirees Love Tablets
119 Monkeys Recognize Family, Even if Separated at Birth (Op-Ed)
120 Reference: Facts About Carbon
121 Explainer: Back Burning and Fuel Reduction
122 Faraway Earthquake Triggered Antarctica Icequakes