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1 The GPS that guides our brain
2 Can we test for parallel worlds?
3 Space industry says setbacks won't curb our ambitions
4 Mavericks who broke the limits on microscopy
5 The quiet revolution in astronomy
6 Rosetta: 'At the limit of what humankind can do'
7 Blood test may be key to Alzheimer's treatment
8 The crystals that can clean the planet
9 Lone stars: Half of the stars in the Universe may lie outside galaxies
10 Printing the future
11 Lab Talk: Graphene goes ballistic, Marine reserves to the rescue
12 How scientists are targeting Ebola
13 Bats--the sonar saboteurs
14 How we dodged a solar doomsday
15 Just 30 years to save the planet
16 Earth's impenetrable shield
17 Did our DNA arrive from space?
18 Has carbon capture's time finally come?
19 How Buddhist singing bowls inspired solar cell design
20 From the Frontline: La Trobe University
21 Is gravity the force driving time forwards?
22 Lab talk: The healing powers of worm spit
23 Microbes protect vultures from their toxic diet
24 Facility opens to safeguard the future of chocolate
25 New fanged frog 'gives birth to tadpoles'
26 Most cancer types 'just bad luck'
27 NASA to hack Mars rover Opportunity to fix 'amnesia' fault
28 Knighthoods for Viagra chemist and YouTube's 'Mad Prof.'
29 Constipated goldfish operated on by North Walsham vet
30 7ft. ichthyosaur fossil found on beach near Penarth
31 What science stories will be big in 2015?
32 Science: Best long reads of 2014 (part two)
33 The year 2014 in archaeology
34 Hoegh Osaka cargo ship 'grounded deliberately' in Solent
35 Cameron steps up general election fight as parties trade blows
36 Wenjian Liu funeral: Police snub New York mayor again
37 Driver held after police officers injured in Tipton
38 Three cheers for the onion
39 A Point of View: The pursuit of happiness
40 Comedy characters find their voice on Twitter
41 Linton Zoo lions play with old Christmas trees
42 Stansted delays after Ryanair passengers 'go through wrong door'
43 UK Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'in critical condition'
44 Two men charged with murder over pub 'axe attack'
45 Prince Andrew sex claims 'emphatically denied' by palace
46 14 low-tech ways to keep your house warm over the winter
47 Coastguard suspends Cemfjord crew search in Pentland Firth
48 Boko Haram seizes army base in Nigeria town of Baga
49 Egypt archaeologists find unknown queen's tomb
50 Man charged after ecstasy deaths
51 Apple sued over 'shrinking' gadget storage
52 India 'jihadi' web blocking causes anger
53 Tor's most visited hidden sites host child abuse images
54 HMRC defends 'laughable' call to tweet tax inquiries
55 New EU energy rules for TVs and other household gadgets
56 Wind-up radio inventor gets New Year Honour
57 Travel firms sue creator of cheap airfare site
58 Sony hackers 'shared' stolen employee login data
59 CES 2015: Preview of the new tech on show in Las Vegas
60 Look-ahead 2015: Fly into the future and other predictions
61 New year, new fitness band
62 Artistic touch humanises Australia's androids
63 Tech 2014: BBC News Online's most read technology stories
64 The big ideas of 2014: Part IV
65 How the UK coped with the millennium bug 15 years ago
66 Why 2014 was a good year for retail robbers
67 Gloucestershire hospitals declare major incident
68 'Just for men' relationship classes to be piloted
69 New rules for healthy school dinners
70 Teachers blame staff cuts for bad behaviour in schools
71 MBE awarded to volunteer maths teacher
72 Margaret Thatcher explored education overhaul, archives show
73 Baby screening: Life-saving scheme expanded
74 Proper arrangements for Ebola checks in place, says PM
75 Learning disability GP health checks 'show results'
76 Babies of addicts 'display problems'
77 Frontline NHS staff given New Year honours
78 First Ebola boy likely infected by playing in bat tree
79 Prescription fraud clampdown plan heavily criticised
80 Ebola crisis: Reporting from the frontline in Sierra Leone
81 Is the obsession with NHS targets justified?
82 John Lewis Christmas sales driven by online growth
83 Research Shows Protective Effects of Exercise
84 Linde, Sandia Partnership Looks to Expand Hydrogen Fueling Network
85 Study Hints that Ancient Earth Made Its Own Water--Geologically
86 Top Weather Conditions that Amplify Lake Erie Algal Blooms Revealed
87 Citizen Science Project Abuzz Over Bees, Wasps
88 Great Lakes Pollution No Longer Driven by Airborne Sources; Land, Rivers Now Bigger Factors
89 Unpacking Brain Damage in ALS
90 'Draw Me a Picture,' Say Scientists; Computer May Respond
91 Scientists Open New Frontier of Vast Chemical 'Space'
92 Mitsubishi Dedicates $1 million to Protect Amazonian Watersheds
93 'Perfect Storm' Quenching Star Formation around a Supermassive Black Hole
94 ORNL Microscopy Pencils Patterns in Polymers at the Nanoscale
95 Getting Bot Responders into Shape
96 Switching to Spintronics
97 U. Va. Cell Biologist to Lead Microsoft Founder's $100 Million Cell Science Institute
98 How Does Prostate Cancer Form?
99 Peer-Reviewed Report: Clearing Tropical Rainforests Distorts Earth's Wind and Water Systems, Packs Climate Wallop Beyond Carbon
100 The Greenland Ice Sheet: Now in HD
101 Using the Power of Computers to Harness the Human Genome May Provide Clues into the Ebola Virus
102 Researchers Hope Patent Can Pave Way to Future Treatments of Heart, Lung Disease
103 Crown Ethers Flatten in Graphene for Strong, Specific Binding
104 Ultrafast Imaging of Complex Systems in 3-D at Near Atomic Resolution Becoming Increasingly Possible
105 How the Physics of Champagne and Soda Bubbles May Help Address the World's Future Energy Needs
106 NYS Ban on Fracking: Ripple Effect Expected Says NYIT Expert
107 Team Develops 'Cool' New Method for Probing How Molecules Fold
108 Stunning Zinc Fireworks When Egg Meets Sperm
109 23andMe Study Sketches Genetic Portrait of the United States
110 Physicists Characterize Electronic, Magnetic Structure in Transition Metal Oxides