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1 Training the brain to 'divide and conquer' may be the secret to multi-tasking
2 Marine analysis of climate change impact suggests food chain collapse looms: Adelaide researchers
3 Stem cell experts urge ethical debate over embryo creation
4 Mars pebbles 'most compelling evidence' red planet had long periods of liquid water
5 Were dinosaurs hot or not? Fossil eggs shed light on mystery
6 Antarctic ice shelf collapse and unstoppable sea level rise 'very likely' without tough climate action, say scientists
7 Ancient teeth point to earliest modern humans in southern China
8 Australia could lose mangroves to sea level rise, research warns
9 Perfectly preserved fossil shows ancient mammal's internal organs, fur, and ringworm infection
10 'Digital skin' activates brain cells
11 New Horizons: First Pluto journal paper discusses dwarf planet's origins
12 Team wants to sell lab grown meat in five years
13 Fossil teeth place humans in Asia '20,000 years early'
14 Australia approves controversial Carmichael coal mine
15 1 billion pounds tidal lagoon 'desperately needed,' Edwina Hart says
16 Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Warring foxes take prize
17 Wolf hunters deployed to French Alps
18 FAO: Social protection can help farmers out of poverty
19 Brain's activity map makes stable 'fingerprint'
20 EU climate chief hails global progress on emissions
21 Cardiff University study on the science of hallucinations
22 Caffeinated plants give bees a buzz
23 'Cute ancient furball' fossil unearthed
24 Pluto among the 'most diverse worlds' in our Solar System
25 Why hasn't the US eradicated the plague?
26 Human evolution was shaped by interbreeding
27 Ada Lovelace: Opium, maths and the Victorian programmer
28 Climate talks: Mind the emissions gap
29 The pilots who risk their lives flying tiny planes over the Atlantic
30 Curiosity rover: The reward for 'whale watching' on Mars
31 Tesla launches 'autopilot' update but urges caution
32 JPeg lockdown: Restriction options sought by committee
33 Malvertising: Daily Mail ads briefly linked to malware
34 UK firm's surveillance kit 'used to crush Uganda opposition'
35 German police warn parents over Facebook pictures of children
36 The dangerous art of the ultimate selfie
37 Security bugs in global mobile networks exposed
38 Microsoft details content removal requests
39 Smart grenade launcher set for 'final tests' with US Army
40 Netflix US subscribers hit by transition to chip-based cards
41 Online attackers steal 20 million pounds from UK bank accounts
42 'Too hot to be an engineer'--women mark Ada Lovelace Day
43 How the 'hoverboards' took off--in spite of laws against them
44 Making online dating a lot more female friendly
45 Can making seawater drinkable quench the world's thirst?
46 Iran's digital start-ups signal changing times
47 Welsh robotics: The 4-wheel drive vehicle 'you can't escape'
48 Electric Jukebox--will anyone pay for music?
49 Tesla launches 'autopilot' update but urges caution
50 First 'new' grammar school in 50 years
51 School uniform prices raised by supplier contracts, says CMA
52 Early GCSE school tables are published
53 Open University staff in strike ballot over jobs dispute
54 Many teenagers 'unhappy by the time they leave school'
55 Exam marking appeals to be overhauled, says watchdog
56 Special needs pupils in 'fragmented' system
57 Call to reinstate work experience in England's schools
58 Queen's University, Belfast, to treble intake of international students
59 Homesick students in travel rush, say rail companies
60 South Korea to control history textbooks used in schools
61 Children turned away by mental health services
62 Oxford University publishes sample interview questions
63 School gets record number into Mensa
64 Library builder's monument of books
65 Hong Kong minorities 'marginalised' in school
66 Stafford Hospital: Mid-Staffs trust charged over deaths
67 Overseas nursing restrictions eased
68 NHS and care sector: Safety a 'big concern' in England
69 Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey now 'critically ill'
70 Ebola lingers in semen for nine months
71 Medical negligence: 109 million pounds paid out in Northern Ireland legal cases
72 Physical health of mentally ill people 'ignored'
73 Listeria warning over caramel apples
74 Essure implant study finds safety concerns
75 NHS agency staff cap 'to save 1 billion pounds'
76 Head of Public Health England to be hauled before MPs
77 Bowel cancer is four distinct diseases
78 Elephants' low cancer rates explained
79 Mumbai man 'comes back from the dead' before post-mortem
80 Are three-quarters of English hospitals really unsafe?
81 Pancreatic cancer drug 'postcode lottery'
82 Study to probe why patients disregard medical advice
83 Am I more likely to get cancer because I'm tall?
84 Frozen child: The youngest person to be cryogenically preserved
85 Air pollution: invisible health threat
86 What's gone wrong with NHS finances?
87 Councils reject two-thirds of requests for care
88 Reference: Nose: Facts, Function & Diseases
89 Reference: Facts About Rats
90 King Crabs Arrive in Antarctic, with Claws Out for Biodiversity
91 Lush Oasis to Arid Desert: How Our View of Mars Has Changed
92 Mars H2O: How Scientists Discovered Salty Water on the Red Planet
93 Reference: Inflammation: Causes, Symptoms & Anti-Inflammatory Diet
94 Babies' Gut Bacteria May Signal Later Asthma Risk
95 Blast from the Past: 3 Civil War Cannons Pulled from River
96 Vaccines May Protect Kids Against Strokes, Too
97 Bronze Age Britons Mummified Their Dead, Analysis Reveals
98 50 Graves Uncovered at Medieval Pilgrimage Site in England
99 Futuristic-Looking Solar Cars to Race Through Australian Outback
100 Over-the-Counter Naloxone Is 'a Great Thing,' Docs Say
101 Some Brain & Workout Supplements Contain Unapproved Drugs
102 Snakes Use 'Leg Genes' to Make Phalluses
103 Beauty or Beast? Why Perceptions of Attractiveness Vary
104 30-Foot Fingernails: The Curious Science of World's Longest Nails
105 UK Womb Transplants: 5 Ethical Issues
106 Reference: Turtle Facts
107 Reference: The Tongue: Facts, Function & Diseases
108 Tracking Cats from Space: Satellites Estimate Feral Ranges
109 Why Some Chameleons Are Expert Tree Climbers
110 Anxiety in Children May Be Prevented with Family Therapy