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1 How to Print Envelopes from Contacts on Your Mac
2 OS X Photos Beta: Scrubbing Through Thumbnails
3 Dow Jones Industrial Average Drops AT&T for Apple
4 Apple, other Companies Push Supreme Court for Same-sex Marriage Support
5 One Fundamental Insight Predicts the Success of Apple Watch
6 Disney Side Lets You Dress Your Selfie Up as a Disney Character product
7 These Four iPhone Photo Apps Have Great Filters
8 Will space colonisation cripple our astronauts?
9 Can lizards teach us how to regrow lost limbs?
10 Introducing the knitted circuit board
11 Lab Talk: Lung cancer and burning fat
12 Countdown to Rosetta's comet landing begins
13 Another quasar mystery solved
14 The little mammal that emerged after the dinosaurs
15 Tropical lizards might be able to adapt to climate change
16 Lab Talk: antifreeze and skin patches
17 NASA to test 3D printer on space station
18 Astronomers define our place in the cosmos
19 How gibbons became lords of the treetops
20 Divining earthquakes with water
21 Ebola: No quick solutions
22 Computing the connection between carbon and temperature rise
23 Are we destined to be the apes of war?
24 A blue light that might save the world
25 Lab Talk: heavy metal and bionic plants
26 Is Lockheed's fusion project breaking new ground?
27 Tracking melanoma's deadly path
28 The ancient fish that first had sex
29 The GPS that guides our brain
30 Can we test for parallel worlds?
31 Space industry says setbacks won't curb our ambitions
32 Mavericks who broke the limits on microscopy
33 The quiet revolution in astronomy
34 Rosetta: 'At the limit of what humankind can do'
35 Blood test may be key to Alzheimer's treatment
36 The crystals that can clean the planet
37 Lone stars: Half of the stars in the Universe may lie outside galaxies
38 Printing the future
39 Lab Talk: Graphene goes ballistic, Marine reserves to the rescue
40 How scientists are targeting Ebola
41 Bats--the sonar saboteurs
42 How we dodged a solar doomsday
43 Just 30 years to save the planet
44 Earth's impenetrable shield
45 Did our DNA arrive from space?
46 Has carbon capture's time finally come?
47 How Buddhist singing bowls inspired solar cell design
48 Is gravity the force driving time forwards?
49 Microbes protect vultures from their toxic diet
50 Why can't anything travel faster than light?
51 What's behind the hole in the Sun?
52 The myriad uses of amazing graphene
53 Life on Mars--the evidence mounts
54 Why is a stick insect like a coconut?
55 Getting the measure of bacterial defences
56 The unbeatable poker-playing program
57 'Lazy' pitcher plants catch more ants
58 Does rotten egg gas flow through the fountain of youth?
59 3D printing takes its lead from the pop-up book
60 Renewable jet fuel--not only green but orange-scented
61 Cosmic detectives: clues in an ancient fast radio burst
62 Chocolate: decadent, delicious...and good for your brain?
63 Language and tool-making might be connected
64 Why do diamonds sparkle?
65 A lighter, cheaper satellite
66 A better explanation for why sodium explodes in water
67 An immune system that grows with experience
68 Geologists solve the mystery of what tectonic plates float on
69 Does language work to make the world a happier place?
70 Chimps learn to grunt with a Scottish 'accent'
71 New eye in the sky: DSCOVR to watch over Earth and Sun
72 Space travel is bad for your health
73 Printed solar cells poised for a breakthrough
74 Wasps turn ladybirds into zombies
75 How satellites can help prevent illness
76 Cracking the codes of human disease
77 Scientists study whale that lives 200 years for clues
78 Part of our reactions to music may be "universal"
79 A computer can figure you out as well as your spouse, study finds
80 Study links lifespan, solar activity
81 Ocean wildlife may collapse soon, study warns
82 Lawsuit accuses top U.S. research institute of coverup
83 Brain wiring may reflect gender identity
84 Could our galaxy be a wormhole?
85 Jellyfish not just drifters, study finds
86 Spacecraft closes in on dwarf planet, takes pictures
87 Kindness curriculum may boost success in preschoolers
88 Star found to have little planets over twice as old as our own
89 Study: war-for-oil "conspiracy theorists" are often right
90 New find spotlights super-long-necked dinos
91 Mining the Moon becomes a serious prospect, report says
92 Chimps found to learn grunt for "apple" from each other
93 Sea slug found to turn itself into plant-like creature by eating algae
94 Student scientists find partially drug-resistant germs, scraps of anthrax DNA--all in the subway
95 Satellite to check alien skies for traces of life
96 Study finds first stars were born "late"
97 Dogs can tell apart human facial expressions, study finds
98 Strange cloudy features high over Mars baffle scientists
99 Fire ants spread globally on 17th-century ships, study finds
100 Little star probably grazed our solar system, astronomers conclude
101 Study: publicizing hospital ratings doesn't always spur improvement
102 Mystery of early black holes deepens with huge new find
103 A land where strange crocs proliferated
104 Thoughts of "God" found to increase risk-taking
105 First-ever photo said to capture light acting as both particle and wave
106 Mars had an ocean, scientists say
107 The Awesome Way Kelly Clarkson Responded to Being Fat-Shamed by a Twitter Troll
108 5 Fitness Trends that Are Having a Moment
109 3 Delicious Spice Mixes You Can Make at Home
110 3 Weird Causes of Dark Circles that Have Nothing to Do with Lack of Sleep
111 How Much Coffee Should You Really Be Drinking?
112 Why Full-Fat Dairy May Be Healthier than Low-Fat
113 The Surprising Reason Why Americans Are Eating Less Dessert than Ever
114 3 Ways to Beat Damaged Hair
115 Why a Glass of Wine Can Make You Look More Attractive, According to One Study
116 This Is Why Indian Food Is So Delicious
117 The Weird Reason Humans Shake Hands as a Greeting
118 What You Should Know About Long-Term Use of Acetaminophen
119 3 Ways to Boost Your Brain the Easy Way