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1 Mars Mysteries: Unexplained Dust Cloud and Unexpected Aurora Observed
2 NASA: Explosions of Mini-Supernova Help Scientists Understand Stellar Births (NASA's IMAGE OF THE DAY)
3 Strange Stellar Motion in Galaxies Explained by 'Galactic Rocket Engines'
4 Parasite Turns Shrimp into Ravenous Cannibals
5 'Carolina Butcher' Crocodile Ancestor Was Terror of North America Before Dinosaurs Took Over
6 Supernovae Produce Resilient Planet-Forming Material, NASA's SOFIA Finds
7 Light-Bending Device Shaped like a Honeycomb Could Lead to Ultra-Fast Computers
8 Why Do Some Mushrooms Glow in the Dark? Scientists Answer Question Asked by Aristotle
9 NASA's Solar Probe Plus: United Launch Services Awarded $389.1 Million Contract
10 Alien Messages: Extraterrestrial Communication Captured? Researchers Look to Infrared Laser Technology
11 CDC Safety Report: Advisory Group Finds 'Safety Training is Inadequate,' Center's Credibility at Risk
12 Dogs and Cats: Do We Pick Our Pets Based on Submission or Narcissism? What Does Your Pet Preference Say About You?
13 Mars One CEO Responds to Finalist's Claims of Project Being a Scam
14 New Interlock Device Could Prevent Drunk Driving Deaths
15 Fracking: U.S. Establishes New Rules to Control Drilling
16 Arctic Sea Ice Maximum Extent Most Likey at Record Low this Year
17 Florida Employee Gets Suspended for Using Term 'Climate Change'
18 Dog Kisses Good for Your Health? Scientists Think So
19 Sawyer the 1-Armed Robot Could Be What Manufacturers Have Been Waiting for (VIDEO)
20 Amazon Rainforest Absorbing Half as Much CO2 as It Was in the 1990s
21 Men Might Not Prefer Big Butts After All, the Secret Is in the Spine
22 Grapefruit: A Bounty of Healthful Treasures Packs a Pink--or Yellow--Punch
23 Genome Modification Moratorium Called for by International Society for Stem Cell Research
24 Pill Used to Treat Parkinson's Disease Makes People More Empathetic
25 Pluto Flyby: Public Asked to Help Name Features on 'Our Pluto'
26 New GMO Potato Heads for Test Market this Summer
27 Paris Bans Half of Private Cars on the Road to Cut Air Pollution
28 Rosetta Measures Molecular Nitrogen on Comet for First Time, Revealing Secrets of Early Universe
29 Prehistoric Stone Tools Contain 500,000-Year-Old Animal Residue, Revealing History of Human Diet
30 Florida Orange Growers Discuss Marketing Program for Orange Juice
31 Study: Listening to Music Helps Brain Function and Creative Process
32 Study: Opossum Protein Can Be a Powerful Snakebite Antivenom
33 Climate Change in China 'Serious Threat,' According to Rare Admission by Top Chinese Scientist
34 Packing Peanuts Can Be Made into Rechargable Batteries, Researchers Say
35 Mysterious 17th Century Stellar Explosion Explained 340 Years Later, Nova Vul 1670 (PHOTOS)
36 Forest Fragmentation Means Almost None Is Safe from Human Impact
37 World's Largest Asteroid Impact May Have Devastated Australia Millions of Years Ago
38 Stars 'Sing' a Song, but It's Too High for Even Bats to Hear
39 Monsanto Roundup Likely to Cause Cancer, WHO Study Says; Company Refutes Findings; Bill Nye Is Now 'In Love' with the Company
40 Jupiter Came in like a Wrecking Ball and Trashed Initial Plans for the Solar System, Data Suggests
41 Shape-Shifting Frog Discovered in Andes of Ecuador
42 Nap and Boost Your Memory Fivefold, According to a New Study
43 Dwarf Galaxy I Zwicky 18 Unveils Origins of Our Universe
44 Genome Sequencing of New Leprosy Bacterium Sheds Some Mystery from the Disease
45 Boeing Submits Patent for Star Wars-esque Force Field
46 'Super Salamander' the Size of a Small Car Was Top Predator During Late Triassic
47 Atlantic Circulation Slowdown Could Have Major Impacts on Ocean Ecosystems, Weather Systems
48 NASA's Curiosity Rover Detects First Hints Of Nitrates of Mars: Does this Indicate Existance of Ancient Aliens?
49 Magnets Can Control Heat and Sound? Shocking New Research Suggests They Can
50 Climate Change Denial: Scientists are Urging Museums to 'Cut All Ties' with the Koch Brothers
51 National Security Breach? Hydrogen Bomb Physicist's Book Teeming with Classified Secrets, Federal Officials Claim
52 Mystery Object G2: Black Hole Survivor
53 CERN's Large Hadron Collider: Scientists Postpone Restart of 'Big Bang Machine' Due to Short Circuit
54 Boeing Patents Real-Life Force Fields
55 Beans Bred to Be Resilient to Global Warming, Drought
56 Taylor Swift or Kim Kardashian? Science Proves One Has a Better Body than the Other (FIND OUT WHO)
57 U.S. Navy Debuts Prototype for New Diving Suit
58 Genomic 'Portrait' of Iceland Could Lead to Medical Breakthroughs
59 Nova fireworks 1500 light years away
60 Jupiter's migration key to our unique solar system
61 World's largest asteroid impact zone believed uncovered by ANU researchers in central Australia
62 We recognise words like we do faces
63 Three cyclones line up across Australia
64 N/A
65 Storm clusters make the wet get wetter
66 Curiosity finds nitrogen on Mars
67 Great Barrier Reef marine reserves get a big tick
68 Dark matter is ghostly and non-interactive
69 Dark matter 'ghosts' through galactic smash-ups
70 Drones bounce back from collisions
71 River health revealed in 'shocking' figures
72 Getting ready for the mission to Hell
73 Lewis Pugh: Swimmer has Ross Sea talks with Russia
74 Water 'could warm a million homes in England'
75 Where does my personality fit in?
76 Hopes grow for climate-proof beans
77 LHC restart: Short circuit slows preparations
78 Curiosity Mars rover detects 'useful nitrogen'
79 Badgers TB vaccine: Cornwall expansion plans
80 House sparrow rule roost in Scotland's gardens
81 William Smith: Seminal geology map rediscovered
82 What are the Designs of the Year?
83 Michael Mosley: Why I consumed my own blood
84 What is a 'dirty thunderstorm'?
85 The hunters breaking an Ebola ban on bushmeat
86 The beast of the Danube
87 Homeless children at six-year high, figures show
88 School budgets 'facing significant cuts'
89 Grooming bans could stop child sex abuse say councils
90 Vital modern languages could be lost, warns Labour
91 Children's mental-health funding boost from government
92 Term time holiday ban prices out poor, warns union
93 Colleges say 'swathe of cuts' threatens adult education
94 Buckingham University 'breached own plagiarism rules'
95 RE teacher recruitment drive backed with cash offer
96 Cuts hitting poor children hardest, MPs say
97 Can education change Japan's 'depressed' generation?
98 'Give children time to really learn'
99 Europe's first non-beating heart transplant
100 DNA of 'an entire nation' assessed
101 Health emergency declared after Indiana HIV 'epidemic'
102 NHS problems 'at their worst since 1990s'
103 Preston tops table of UK's 'unhealthiest High Streets'
104 Ebola 'more deadly' in young children
105 Penrose inquiry: David Cameron apologises over infected blood
106 Repeated antibiotic use linked to diabetes
107 NHS approach to obesity inexplicable, say MPs
108 Air pollution 'link to stroke risk'
109 Why a long night's sleep may be bad for you
110 Is cancer care at a crossroads?
111 Michael Mosley: Why I consumed my own blood
112 Preventive surgery for cancer genes
113 How Ebola changed the world
114 Has Ebola focus led to other killer diseases being ignored?
115 Scratch-card to check medicine is real