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1 The world's fastest nanoscale photonics switch
2 Upgrading the quantum computer
3 Manipulating wrinkles could lead to graphene semiconductors
4 Photons open the gateway for quantum networks
5 Researchers transform slow emitters into fast light sources
6 Light goes infinitely fast with new on-chip material
7 Chemical microdroplet computers are easier to teach than to design
8 Storing electricity in paper
9 Electric planes aim to soar high for cleaner aviation sector
10 Minutest absolute magnetic field measurement
11 CERN collides heavy nuclei at new record high energy
12 Using light-force to study single molecules
13 CERN colliding lead ions at record energy using upgraded LHC
14 Supercomputing the strange difference between matter and antimatter
15 Quantum spin could create unstoppable, one-dimensional electron waves
16 Ultra-short X-ray pulses could shed new light on the fastest events in physics
17 NIST team proves 'spooky action at a distance' is really real
18 Discovery of classic pi formula a 'cunning piece of magic'
19 Experiment records extreme quantum weirdness
20 Antimatter not so different after all
21 China to start work on turbo-charged super-collider by 2020: report
22 Peering Through Titan's Haze
23 COP21: 'Conditions never better' for climate change deal
24 German plasma success raises nuclear fusion hopes
25 Enceladus: Does this moon hold a second genesis of life?
26 Cricket's chirp may have 'predatory roots'
27 World's first IVF puppies born to surrogate mother dog
28 Tim Peake: Spaceflight an 'inspirational' moment for UK
29 White fossil was 'Moby Dick' of the ancient sea
30 Explanation for Ceres' mystery bright spots
31 Juice mission: Deal signed to build Jupiter probe
32 Wounded Norfolk seal faces wait for treatment on neck
33 Clearing up dust's effect on climate
34 COP21: Cardinal says birth control may offer climate 'solution'
35 Rare Philippine eagle chick born in captivity
36 EU's Sentinel color Earth camera now operational
37 Britain's real-life bone collectors
38 Tim Peake: How he gets to space and back
39 COP21: Namibia on frontline of drought battle
40 Bloodhound Diary: It's rocket science
41 COP21: Five unanswered questions at climate conference
42 COP21: Namibia on frontline of drought battle
43 Enceladus: Does this moon hold a second genesis of life?
44 AirBnB racism claim: African-Americans 'less likely to get rooms'
45 Cybercriminals will target Apple in 2016, say experts
46 Turkey fines Twitter over 'terrorist propaganda'
47 Drone squad to be launched by Tokyo police
48 Facebook security warning over expiring algorithm
49 Alibaba to buy Hong Kong's South China Morning Post
50 London 'hoverboard' bus crash teenager dies
51 Smartphone consultations with GPs in digital health plan
52 Kickstarter hires journalist over Zano take-off failure
53 UK to have 'tech-savvy TV Christmas,' says Ofcom
54 Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer gives birth to twin girls
55 GCHQ could 'grab' UK shopping data, committee told
56 Russia: Famous Moscow cemeteries to install free wi-fi
57 How thermal imaging tech is about to become hot stuff
58 Making a fortune--just by playing games
59 Volunteers aid pioneering Edsac computer rebuild
60 How mobile tech is improving global disaster relief
61 How can we store more energy from the sun and the wind?
62 The great Facebook giveaway--how will it work?
63 Can Serial make podcasts pay?
64 AirBnB racism claim: African-Americans 'less likely to get rooms'
65 Illegal unregistered schools face prosecution
66 Preschools turn children on to learning, says study
67 More children missing from foster care
68 More than 90,000 exam grades changed
69 College lecturers back industrial action
70 More primary schools succeed in 'three Rs'
71 Students occupy campus angry at plans to sell it
72 Norwegian school funds UK youth charity
73 Heads warn MPs of teacher shortage
74 Three from UK in world top teacher final
75 Universities suffer cyber-attack
76 Religious studies GCSE case could go to Court of Appeal
77 Hack a hairdryer: Campaign aimed at women suddenly backfires
78 Apple turns stores into classrooms
79 US universities gripped by identity crisis
80 UK student numbers surge in Netherlands
81 Big is beautiful for merging universities
82 Teenagers campaign to raise awareness of genocide
83 Teacher shortage 'becoming a classroom crisis'
84 Spain election: Voters in Murcia demand shake-up in classroom
85 The rise of the student entrepreneurs
86 Horses boost London anti-bullying drive
87 Ofsted steps into debate over parents' right to choose education
88 Teacher shortage 'becoming a classroom crisis'
89 Obesity 'biggest threat to women's health' in England
90 NHS chief apologises after deaths
91 Fertility boost in child cancer cases
92 Care Quality Commission not yet an effective regulator, say MPs
93 Man with HIV jailed for 'recklessly' infecting women
94 Being unhappy or stressed will not kill, says study
95 NHS failure to probe deaths 'shocking'--Jeremy Hunt
96 NHS discharge delays hit record levels
97 Tobacco firms challenge plain packaging rules
98 NHS trust 'failed to investigate hundreds of deaths'
99 Mexico to get world's first dengue fever vaccine
100 Amputated leg weight contest raises 1.5 k pounds for charity
101 Japan: Ham-giving tradition hit by WHO cancer report
102 Five ways to help women lose weight
103 Superbug risk from undercooked meat
104 Dating apps prove factor in HIV rise among adolescents
105 From teaching suicide prevention to being on suicide watch
106 Fighting fistula: Razia's brave recovery from pregnancy nightmare
107 Ebola outbreak: Stigma and uncertainty stalk survivors
108 The NHS in winter--an alphabet soup of stats
109 Winter in the NHS: The lost beds problem
110 Gene editing: Is era of designer humans getting closer?
111 Care sector 'at risk despite promises of more money'