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1 Made-in-Singapore rapid test kit detects dengue antibodies from saliva
2 Building trustworthy big data algorithms
3 Los Alamos develops new technique for growing high-efficiency perovskite solar cells
4 Dartmouth researchers determine key element in circadian clock speed
5 Privacy challenges
6 Public and scientists express strikingly different views about science-related issues
7 Meteorite may represent 'bulk background' of Mars' battered crust
8 Where did the missing oil go? New FSU study says some is sitting on the Gulf floor
9 Celestial creature reveals a glowing hunger
10 Lonely ants die young and hungry
11 Controllers now banking on Philae wake-up call
12 Cosmic inflation: New study says BICEP claim was wrong
13 'Cold plasma' kills off norovirus
14 Chicks place low numbers on the left
15 Aging whales: Scars reveal social secrets
16 Climate concern 'linked to floods'
17 Icebergs 'have sound signature'
18 Skull clue to exodus from Africa
19 Ebola outbreak: Virus mutating, scientists warn
20 Shell resumes Arctic drilling but cuts $15 billion from global investment
21 Astra Zeneca drive to develop drugs from genome project
22 Block on fracking in Scotland announced by minister
23 Curiosity Mars rover back in the groove
24 First step in plan to save northern white rhino
25 'World can cut carbon emissions and live well'
26 Museum's 'Dippy' dinosaur makes way for blue whale
27 Smithsonian considers London outpost in Olympic Park
28 Will the falling oil price undermine green energy?
29 Successful strawberry frog dads die young
30 Diplodocus v. blue whale: How they stack up in numbers
31 'Mystery' beavers permitted to stay
32 What does it take to live at the bottom of the ocean?
33 Will the UK's gas holders be missed?
34 No US-India deal on climate change
35 Caterpillar makes magical cocoon
36 Bowhead whales heard singing unique new songs
37 Booming year for bitterns
38 Cameron promises no cuts to school funding
39 Second UK health worker monitored for Ebola
40 Bronze sculptures 'may be by Michelangelo'
41 Probation chief Paul McDowell resigns over 'conflict of interest'
42 Magna Cartas united at British Library to celebrate 800th anniversary
43 Kobane: Inside the town devastated by fight against IS
44 Does cold weather sometimes feel worse than it is?
45 Future airports could become hi-tech pleasure domes
46 The palace of shame that makes China angry
47 Who won the social media Super Bowl?
48 Raspberry Pi 2 unveiled with faster processor and more memory
49 Terminally ill doctor Kate Granger's 'my name is' campaign wins support
50 Waste not, want not--making money from rubbish
51 Premier League January transfer spending falls
52 Katy Perry spectacle wows Super Bowl
53 Alan Barnes: Mugging victim says donation will be 'put to good use'
54 Lowering tuition fees 'implausible,' say vice-chancellors
55 Ukraine rebel leader Zakharchenko 'to raise 100,000 men'
56 BMW fixes security flaw that left locks open to hackers
57 Fake 'femme fatales' aid Syrian battle hack
58 UK's mobile firms agree to cut voice and text dead zones
59 'Handroid' breakthrough for injured marine Dominic Lovett
60 The Pirate Bay relaunches a month after being taken offline
61 Rural broadband: BT attacked on broadband costs
62 Nokia threatens London start-up over 'HERE'
63 Google agrees privacy policy changes with data watchdog
64 Office puts chips under staff's skin
65 Microsoft's Bill Gates insists AI is a threat
66 India woman sues Uber over driver rape allegation
67 Amazon posts modest profits despite healthy sales
68 Google profits up but revenue misses expectations
69 US tech firms ask China to postpone 'intrusive' rules
70 Technology in schools: Future changes in classrooms
71 Finnish phoenix: The start-ups rising from Nokia's ashes
72 A Point of View: Does technology make people touch each other less?
73 Child watch: The apps that let parents 'spy' on their kids
74 Jay Z bids to buy music streaming service
75 Litvinenko's wife says he feared reprisals after Berezovsky claim
76 London bus roof torn off after it hits trees
77 Egypt court upholds Muslim Brotherhood death sentences
78 How a College of Teaching could work
79 UKIP 'linked to Holocaust' during Derby school assembly
80 Charity head shave teen Stan Lock returns to class
81 Religious education classes 'needed' in schools
82 Student fury over 'impossible' economics exam
83 University applications hit record high
84 School league tables branded a 'nonsense' amid changes
85 'Counter-extremism' boost in schools
86 Irish school 'postpones' anti-gay bullying workshops
87 Wales School Ratings--which color is yours?
88 Nicky Morgan announces 'war on illiteracy and innumeracy'
89 Freed journalist Peter Greste 'relieved' but 'angst' over jailed colleagues
90 Baby bath-seat drowning risk warning
91 Bristol trials smoke-free zones in two public squares
92 Stroke campaign 'saved 4,000 from serious disability'
93 Ebola crisis: First major vaccine trials in Liberia
94 Churches oppose three-person baby plan
95 'Serious errors' in boy's heart care at Leeds General Infirmary
96 Training cuts could harm patients, doctors warn
97 Northern Ireland abortion laws case granted judicial review
98 Child obesity rates 'levelling off' among under-10s
99 Distraction during surgery 'reduces anxiety and pain'
100 New patient resuscitation guidance for Wales
101 Double-chin jab submitted for approval in the US
102 Bedtime 'has huge impact on sport'
103 'Three-person babies--not three-parent babies'
104 Sink or Swim? The global drowning crisis
105 How much do we love the NHS?
106 Keeping people out of care homes
107 The cost of being unhealthy