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1 Jamie Oliver site hit by virus for second time
2 Apple's Tim Cook offered liver to dying boss Steve Jobs
3 Claudia Lawrence disappearance: CCTV footage screened in York
4 US drone kills al-Shabab leader in Somalia--Pentagon
5 Budget 2015: PhD student loans up to 25,000 pounds proposed
6 Oxford University's head to move to New York
7 BBC News School Report set for ninth annual News Day
8 Australian senate defeats education bill for second time
9 'Difficult climate' for language teaching, study finds
10 Teacher stress levels in England 'soaring,' data shows
11 Child mental health services 'face overhaul'
12 Overlapping 'Trojan Horse' inquiries criticised by MPs
13 Rotherham abuse: Ofsted 'failed to detect abuse'
14 Single-sex schools 'preserve innocence,' says Eton head
15 Funding gap 'costs poorest-funded schools 40 teachers'
16 Global teacher prize winner to give away $1m
17 Silicon Valley entrepreneur course comes to London
18 Emergency plan to teach Syria's traumatised young refugees
19 The world's wettest classroom--follow the journey
20 Five research papers that revolutionised health
21 Hislop says private-state school gap widening
22 Claims head 'phoned God' to punish pupils
23 Proof Neighbours is good for your career
24 New global fund to help countries defend tobacco control
25 Breastfeeding 'linked to higher IQ'
26 Morbidly obese in England could get free flu jab
27 Hinchingbrooke Hospital privately-run hospital scheme 'poor'
28 Doctors' 'no confidence' in Betsi Cadwaladr health board
29 Tunis museum attack: President vows to fight terror
30 Pioneering surgery 'saves bowels' when removing polyps
31 Lack of sleep can have role in obesity and diabetes, study says
32 South Africans perform first 'successful' penis transplant
33 A&E in England misses target for whole of winter
34 Why not nanny people about healthy diet?
35 Drift Through a Wormhole with New Virtual-Reality Tech
36 Forged in a Flash: Volcanic Lightning Forms Glass Balls
37 Coral Pyramids in Micronesia Date Back to Middle Ages
38 Pi, Anyone? The Secret to Memorizing Tens of Thousands of Digits
39 Reference: Breast Cancer: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention
40 Ancient Receipt Proves Egyptian Taxes Were Worse than Yours
41 Math Nerds Celebrate 'Pi Day of the Century' at SXSW Festival
42 Bacterial Paintings? New Art Uses Tiny Life Forms
43 Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
44 Bio-Art: 3D-Printed Faces Reconstructed from Stray DNA
45 Powdered Alcohol Is Now Legal--but Is It Safe?
46 Confirmed: Disneyland Measles Outbreak Linked to Low Vaccination Rates
47 Yeti Debate Swirls: Study Reveals Origin of Mysterious Hairs
48 El Nino Can Predict Tornado Season's Severity
49 Cough Medicine Ingredient May Aid Diabetes Fight
50 Oldest Roman Fort Protected Soldiers from 'Infamous Pirates'
51 17-Million-Year-Old Whale Skull Helps Place Humanity's First Steps
52 Reference: Suicide: Statistics, Warning Signs and Prevention
53 Diet Soda Linked to Increased Belly Fat in Older Adults
54 Ebola Epidemic: Why a Few Cases Could Threaten Progress
55 Gem Engraved with Goddess' Image Found Near King Herod's Mausoleum
56 How Real-Life AI Rivals 'Chappie': Robots Get Emotional
57 Do You Have What It Takes to Survive the Alaskan Tundra?
58 'For Allah' Inscription Found on Viking Era Ring
59 Most Evangelical Christians Say Science and Religion Can Coexist
60 Chris Borland Leaves NFL: The Science of Football and Brain Injury
61 St. Patrick's Day Solar Storm Bombards Earth, Sparks Auroras
62 Reference: What is a Scientific Hypothesis? / Definition of Hypothesis
63 Reference: What is a Scientific Theory?
64 Are Wearable Drones Buzzing on the Horizon?
65 Oddball 'Crystal' Survived Crash to Earth Inside Meteorite
66 How Real-Life AI Rivals 'Ex Machina': Passing Turing
67 'Blood Moon' May Have Shone on Richard III's Dead Body
68 Hidden Channels Beneath East Antarctica Could Cause Massive Melt
69 Could a Cyanide-Laced Letter Have Harmed Obama?
70 Darwin's 'Strangest Animals' Finally Placed on Family Tree
71 Rare Copy of Old Testament Reunited with 'Twin' in Israel
72 Energy Drinks Raise Blood Pressure, Study Finds
73 Bug-Eyed Catfish Named for Greedo in 'Star Wars'
74 Hear That? Orangutans Use Hands to Amplify Calls
75 Wearable Tech Is Your Doctor's Newest Assistant (Op-Ed)
76 9-Foot 'Butcher Crocodile' Likely Ruled Before Dinosaurs
77 Mystery of the 'Vampire Crabs' Solved
78 How Real-Life AI Rivals 'Ultron': Computers Learn to Learn
79 Flat CO2 Emissions Not Enough to Curb Climate Change, Experts Say
80 Humans Butchered Elephants 500,000 Years Ago, Ancient Tool Suggests
81 Researchers track eye movements to sway moral decisions
82 Mercury seen as never before
83 Chemical trick speeds up 3D printing
84 Reprieve for Australian research facilities
85 Marijuana gears up for production high in US labs
86 Crunch time for Canada's role in mega-telescope
87 Irish government under fire for turning its back on basic research
88 Fisheries: Eyes on the ocean
89 Bright spots on Ceres could be active ice
90 Fish uses 'water tongue' to grab prey on land
91 The myopia boom
92 Ethics of embryo editing divides scientists
93 Mystery dust cloud and aurora spotted on Mars
94 Mystery of Darwin's 'strange animals' solved
95 UK mapped out by genetic ancestry
96 Structural biologist named president of UK Royal Society
97 China and EU pore over proposals for joint space mission
98 Share the risks of Ebola vaccine development
99 Strike a chord
100 A clean, green science machine
101 Hollow humour
102 Leadership: Ten tips for choosing an academic chair
103 Agriculture: Increase water harvesting in Africa
104 Does New Theory Pinpoint Lost City of Atlantis?
105 For World's Only Wild Red Wolves, a Fateful Decision
106 World's Largest Single Marine Reserve Created in Pacific
107 How Northern Nigeria's Violent History Explains Boko Haram
108 Car-Size Stingray May Be World's Largest Freshwater Fish
109 Asian "Fortune-Teller" Spider Found in U.S. for First Time
110 Why I'm a Man of Science--and Faith
111 Prince Charles's Newest Cause: Combating Ocean Trash
112 Mysterious Dust Cloud and Aurora Spotted on Mars
113 Lost Tomb of 'Don Quixote' Author Cervantes Found in Madrid
114 New Titi Monkey Found: Fire-Tailed, with Sideburns
115 Burmese Pythons Chowing Down on Everglades Rabbits
116 Mysterious Bright Spots on Dwarf Planet Ceres May Be Water Ice
117 In Ending Ebola, a Struggle to Track Victims' Elusive Contacts
118 Watch: Bizarre Velvet Worms Shoot Slime Jets—Now We Know How