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1 Light pollution delays wallaby reproduction and puts joeys at risk
2 Bacteria on ancient flea trapped in amber may be ancestor of Black Death
3 Early exposure to 'good' gut bacteria may reduce asthma risk in infants
4 Earth image: Island chain in Bahamas one of the most recognisable points on the planet from space
5 Scientists synthesise sound of single bacterium swimming
6 Asteroid impact may have boosted volcanic eruptions in double-whammy dinosaur extinction disaster
7 Knitted stretch-sensing fabric to monitor human movement developed by Australian researchers
8 Detailed maps reveal the mysterious surface of the dwarf planet Ceres
9 UN battle looms over finance as nations submit climate plans
10 Supernova 'stream' in neutrino lab's sights
11 'Sticky chains' promise crash-safe fuel
12 New Horizons: Charon moon seen in super detail
13 Africa's agriculture needs young blood, says report
14 Diesel cars are 'killing people,' says former Labour minister
15 Plastic in fish highlights need for cleaner Thames
16 Fresh views of Ceres but 'spots' remain mysterious
17 Science leaders make investment case
18 Zimbabwe to ban electric water heaters to save power
19 Electricity from the air--Drayson's big idea
20 University rankings: UK 'a stand-out performer'
21 Dartmoor ponies to be painted in bid to cut road deaths
22 Sinkhole opens up on street in St. Albans
23 Is there life on Mars?
24 The birds that fear death
25 Plastic oceans: What do we know?
26 The furriest animal in the world
27 The Martian: A 'love letter to science'
28 Womb transplants: how do they work?
29 Crowdfunding site Patreon hacked data leaked
30 Home routers 'vaccinated' by benign virus
31 Texas judge throws out patent claims
32 Cardiff University develops virtual assistant dubbed Sherlock
33 Amazon bars the sale of Apple and Google TV devices
34 Uber says TfL cab proposals 'against public interest'
35 Hackers steal T-Mobile data on 15 million US customers
36 EU probes TV makers over energy efficiency test scores
37 Peeple app for rating human beings causes uproar
38 LG V10 smartphone has two selfie cameras
39 Teen romance usually digitally enhanced, says US study
40 CIA pulls staff from China after US government hack
41 'Paying by smart watch? That'll do nicely'
42 Google's gadget game
43 Who, What, Why: Is there such a thing as a nuclear button?
44 Is your home about to get a lot smarter?
45 How to stop your Apple Music automatic subscription (if you want to)
46 Electricity from the air--Drayson's big idea
47 Google's driverless car is brilliant but so boring
48 Children seeking mental health advice on internet
49 Soft skills boost public school dominance, says former head
50 Student leader rules out link-up with advocacy group Cage
51 Cardiff University develops virtual assistant dubbed Sherlock
52 Exeter University and Pearson plan online postgraduate degrees
53 Tougher visas 'would cut overseas student numbers'
54 No more free schools, Labour pledges
55 Many graduates in professional jobs, figures show
56 London pupils predicted to improve further
57 Parent groups want bigger voice in schools
58 Firm 'hides' university when recruits apply
59 'Global treasure' Koran fragments on display in Birmingham
60 Dog 'learns Gaelic' in three weeks
61 Greek tragedy for education opportunities
62 Denmark reinvents lessons for reluctant learners
63 Computers 'do not improve' pupil results, says OECD
64 Rising numbers of stressed students seek help
65 Do children still need to read the classics of English literature?
66 Five bizarre 'lessons' in Indian textbooks
67 Changes due to school inspections in Scotland
68 Birmingham University seeks free school innovation
69 GPs being paid to cut patient referrals
70 Study supports cancer link with height
71 Car smoking ban comes into force
72 'Good bacteria' key to stopping asthma
73 Female surgeons face 'hostile environment"
74 Hospital waiting times: 'Heads would roll' if NI figures were seen in England
75 Womb transplants given UK go-ahead
76 WHO backs 'treat-all' HIV drug plan
77 'Multiple sclerosis drugs should be offered earlier'
78 Stem cell trial aims to cure blindness
79 Prison smoking ban to begin in 2016
80 Everyone has a 'microbial cloud'
81 The health implications of the diesel scandal
82 Diabetes in pregnancy: 'I changed my life'
83 NHS finances: Why we are being kept in the dark
84 Womb transplants: how do they work?
85 Rising numbers of stressed students seek help
86 What is the junior doctors row about?
87 Could the NHS learn from Virgin, Apple and co?
88 Stem cell trial aims to cure blindness
89 What could have torn open the surface of Charon?
90 India vows to cut carbon emissions ahead of Paris climate talks
91 Why Curiosity never would have found water on Mars
92 'Megasupramolecule': Can a new fuel additive save lives?
93 Did that asteroid have help wiping out the dinosaurs?
94 An interview with 'The Martian' director Ridley Scott
95 Why NASA might send robots to Venus
96 What is the Atlantic blob? And should we worry?
97 In robotics development, hand identifies objects
98 Technicolor map of Ceres: See a tantalizing view of dwarf planet
99 Destination Venus? NASA announces five finalists for next Discovery mission
100 Astronauts chat with stars of 'The Martian'
101 New technique would use sunlight to extract water from asteroids
102 Ceres map reveals bizarre bright spots, huge pyramid
103 NASA's 'Real Martians': Inside the plans for a crewed Mars mission
104 What's the story with Matt Damon's spacesuit in 'The Martian'?
105 Why a rare Egyptian mosaic is going on display in an industrial park in Israel
106 'The Martian' marks Matt Damon's third sci-fi film in as many years
107 2,000-year-old Greek shipwreck yields amazing treasures
108 Divers spot glow-in-the-dark turtle
109 That dust storm in 'The Martian' wouldn't actually be that bad (+video)
110 Does King Tut's tomb have hidden chambers?