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1 Carbon dioxide 'sponge' could ease transition to cleaner energy
2 Light pulses control graphene's electrical behavior
3 Understanding Graphene's Electrical Properties on an Atomic Level
4 Construction starts on carbon capture plant in Kentucky
5 NRG Energy says carbon capture project is one of a kind
6 Researchers discover boron "buckyball"
7 Carbon clean-up needs energy revolution, leaders told
8 Eastern ecosystems good at storing carbon, USGS report says
9 Nanoplasmonic and optical resonators create laser-like light emission
10 Ferroelectric Materials Suffer Unexpected Electric Polarizations
11 'Cavity protection effect' helps to conserve quantum information
12 Graphene-based planar micro-supercapacitors for on-chip energy storage
13 Pairing old technologies with new for next-generation electronic devices
14 Diamonds are a Quantum Computer's Best Friend
15 SyNAPSE Program Develops Advanced Brain-Inspired Chip
16 Tiny chip mimics brain, delivers supercomputer speed
17 Spin-based electronics: New material successfully tested
18 Astrobotic Partners with NASA to Develop Robotic Lunar Landing Capability
19 John C. Houbolt, Unsung Hero of the Apollo Program, Dies at Age 95
20 NASA Completes LADEE Mission with Planned Impact on Moon's Surface
21 Russia plans to get a foothold in the Moon
22 Russian Federal Space Agency is elaborating Moon exploration program
23 Laser pulse turns glass into a metal
24 Laser makes microscopes way cooler
25 Laser experiment reveals liquid-like motion of atoms in an ultra-cold cluster
26 Rotavirus can speed up diabetes onset
27 Neanderthal 'hashtag' carving found in cave
28 Chief scientist Ian Chubb unveils ambitious strategy to secure Australia's future prosperity
29 Monkey leaders and followers have 'specialised brains'
30 Rosetta set for 'capture' manoeuvres
31 Africa's farmers face 'failed seasons' risks
32 Neanderthal 'artwork' found in Gibraltar cave
33 Ebola response lethally inadequate, says MSF
34 How corals stir up their world
35 Vacuum cleaner debate hots up
36 Green revolution meeting considers Africa's food future
37 Wada brings in ban on xenon and argon, but has no test
38 Antarctic coastal waters 'rising faster'
39 Greenhouse gas fear over increased levels of meat eating
40 Sex geckos die in orbit on Russian space project
41 Sentinel system pictures Napa quake
42 The girl with three biological parents
43 Who, what, why: Does limiting the power of appliances save energy?
44 Hi-tech cars are security risk, warn researchers
45 Water voles return to RSPB reserve in Badenoch and Strathspey
46 British sinkhole spike prompts warning
47 Islamic State 'kills US hostage'
48 Ukraine conflict: UN says million people have fled
49 FBI investigates 'Cloud' celebrity picture leaks
50 More than 30 teenagers escape from Tennessee prison
51 Why Paris is forgetting Ernest Hemingway
52 How much has the ice bucket challenge achieved?
53 Are viewers the 'abusers' in celeb photo leak?
54 Scottish independence: Does the rest of the UK care?
55 How three students created Nigeria's online jobs giant
56 Russia 'to alter military strategy towards NATO'
57 Gamers take a stand against misogyny after death threats
58 Ice bucket challenge: Why 'charity narcissism' is good
59 Afghan militants Hezb-e-Islami 'may join Islamic State'
60 Spanish judge orders Ashya King's parents' release
61 Celebrity hacks: How to protect yourself in the cloud
62 A peace project at a time of war
63 What the color of your tie says about you
64 The high price of this beachside paradise
65 Can the best job come without a promotion?
66 Should the US adopt a shorter working week?
67 Windows XP: Your upgrade experiences
68 Google 'discourages' users of old browsers
69 Nokia maps to appear on Samsung phones
70 Iran internet: Hassan Rouhani tells clerics web is vital
71 BBC begins kids coding push with Bitesize and TV shows
72 Pupils begin 'tough' new national curriculum
73 Ecuador gives details of new digital currency
74 New York: Fireman returns diamond ring found on beach
75 Brain 'can be trained to prefer healthy food'
76 Japan tackles first dengue fever outbreak in 70 years
77 Ebola: Experimental drug ZMapp is '100% effective' in animal trials
78 Electronic nose 'sniffs feces to detect infection'
79 Hospitals see rapid rise in skin cancer
80 Ebola outbreak: West Africans back lifting travel bans
81 Tomatoes 'important in prostate cancer prevention'
82 Ebola spreads to Nigeria oil hub Port Harcourt
83 Action films most likely to make you fat, says study
84 British Ebola patient 'pretty well'
85 Health leaders call for emergency taskforce on obesity
86 Apple confirms accounts compromised but denies security breach
87 Americans Are Eating Healthier, Study Finds
88 Man Having Heart Attack on Plane Saved by Passengers
89 Cave Carving May Be 1st Known Example of Neanderthal Rock Art
90 Too Much Screen Time May Worsen Kids' Ability to Read Emotions
91 425-Pound Gorilla Breathes Easy After Sinus Surgery
92 7 Awesome Discoveries Made by Kids
93 Invasive Camel Crickets Widespread in US Homes
94 Russia's 'Sex Geckos' Perish in Space
95 Ebola Cases Likely to Increase in Coming Weeks, CDC Director Says
96 Carrying the Burden of Longevity
97 A Call for a Low-Carb Diet that Embraces Fat
98 Incentives Aid A.P. Science and Math Scores
99 The Oldest Known Muscle Tissues Are Found
100 Tiny, Vast Windows into Human DNA
101 An Icy Answer to the Mystery of the Moving Death Valley Stones
102 If 2 New Yorkers Shared a Cab...
103 Exploring a Tree One Cell at a Time
104 Brainy, Yes, but Far from Handy
105 Q&A: Not Just to Get to the Other Side
106 How Fighting in Pakistan Affects War Against Polio
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