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1 'Lost' sea turtles don't go with the flow
2 'Terror birds' had deep voices, fossil suggests
3 Longer-term thinking 'needed' on air pollution
4 High pollution hits southern England
5 Acidic oceans helped fuel extinction
6 T. rex cousin has battle scars and signs of cannibalism
7 Multiple studies address riddles of the Moon's origin
8 First new pylon type constructed
9 Cave crustaceans 'losing visual brain'
10 Bendy battery promises safe, speedy charging
11 Large Hadron Collider restarts after two-year rebuild
12 Brontosaurus dino name is revived
13 Project to turn grey Britain green
14 Inbreeding makes mountain gorillas genetically healthy
15 California drought: Will the Golden State turn brown?
16 US nuclear fears block Intel China supercomputer update
17 Samsung: S6 Edge curved screen is difficult to make
18 European court challenge to UK surveillance
19 Amazon seeks to shut down paid review sites
20 France TV5Monde passwords seen on cyber-attack TV report
21 Europol kills off shape-shifting 'Mystique' malware
22 Jawbone to start UP3 deliveries four months late
23 Real money trade hits World of Warcraft game
24 LinkedIn buys online learning firm Lynda for $1.5bn
25 Austria court considers Facebook privacy case
26 Mother who killed son with salt for web attention jailed
27 Apple releases Mac app to store photos in iCloud
28 Sly Stallone thanks police for UK film leak raid
29 The Interview: Activist 'sends DVDs into N Korea by balloon'
30 Can Africa fight cybercrime and preserve human rights?
31 The private investigator who spies using drones
32 Click grows food with gadgets on its smart allotment
33 The missing emojis we'd like to see
34 How far can a government police internet porn?
35 New GCSE reference tests 'could be compulsory'
36 Akram Khan criticises quality of UK dance training
37 World fails to reach millennium education targets
38 Labour pledges face-to-face careers advice in schools
39 Election 2015: Cameron welcomes new apprenticeships
40 University of Bath 'offers best student experience'
41 Tory resit plan for pupils with poor Sats results
42 Archaeologists in Iraq defy militants
43 Teachers to ballot over school funding walk-out
44 Teachers 'fear extremism debates in class'
45 Time capsule found at Londonderry's Brooke Park
46 Latin America's wake-up call on global school tests
47 The National Youth Dance Company, seeking future talent
48 How schools teach 11-year-olds about sexual consent
49 Why can't the world keep its promises?
50 Being overweight 'reduces dementia risk'
51 WHO: Ebola survivors at risk of eye and joint problems
52 Plucking hairs 'can make more grow'
53 Ashya King: Southampton hospital staff criticise parents
54 High pollution hits southern England
55 Breast cancer risk test devised in 77-gene analysis
56 Short people's 'DNA linked to increased heart risk'
57 GP workload harming care, BMA poll suggests
58 Antibiotic switching 'evades bacterial resistance'
59 HIV: new approach against virus 'holds promise'
60 Coalition 'has undermined NHS,' doctors say in letter
61 End-of-life care for terminally ill 'needs major overhaul'
62 The changing face of death
63 Living at home with dementia
64 Reality Check: Have GP services got worse?
65 Why strenuous runs may not be so bad for you after all
66 The story of two transgender children
67 Home care helps children 'breathe easy'
68 Mars' dust-covered glacial belts may contain tons of water
69 More evidence for groundwater on Mars
70 Warm or cold? Mars' history takes a watery new twist
71 Ancient Martian lake system records 2 water-related events
72 Could Water Have Carved Channels on Mars Half a Million Years Ago?
73 Research Suggests Mars Once Had More Water than Earth's Arctic Ocean
74 Gully patterns document Martian climate cycles
75 New analyses suggests water binds to sulfates in Martian soil
76 Russian scientists 'map' water vapor in Martian atmosphere
77 NASA, Planetary Scientists Find Meteoritic Evidence of Mars Water Reservoir
78 Mars Mountain was All Wet
79 Signs of Ancient Mars Lakes and Quakes Seen in New Map
80 Mars mountain may have arisen from lake sediments: NASA
81 Red Planet's Mystery
82 Uwingu to Beam Almost 90,000 Messages to Mars
83 China researchers plan Mars mission 'around 2020': state media
84 Next NASA Mars Mission Reaches Milestone
85 China Exclusive: China developing Mars rover
86 Mars Orbiter MAVEN Demonstrates Relay Prowess
87 NASA Seeks Ultra-lightweight Materials to Help Enable Journey to Mars
88 The Solar System and Beyond is Awash in Water
89 Earthlike 'Star Wars' Tatooines may be common
90 Planets in the habitable zone around most stars, calculate researchers
91 ESA's CHEOPS Satellite: The Pharaoh of Exoplanet Hunting
92 Some habitable exoplanets could experience wildly unpredictable climates
93 'Habitable' planet GJ 581d previously dismissed as noise probably does exist
94 Scientists: Nearby Earth-like planet isn't just 'noise'
95 Planet 'Reared' by Four Parent Stars
96 Planets Can Alter Each Other's Climates over Eons
97 The mystery of cosmic oceans and dunes
98 Laser 'ruler' holds promise for hunting exoplanets
99 Scientists predict earth-like planets around most stars
100 Vulcan Planets--Inside-Out Formation of Super-Earths
101 Will NASA's TESS Spacecraft Revolutionize Exoplanet Hunting?
102 Kepler astronomers discover ancient star with 5 Earth-size planets
103 Hubble finds phantom objects near dead quasars
104 Dusty substructure in a galaxy far far away
105 ALMA Disentangles Complex Birth of Giant Stars
106 As stars form, magnetic fields influence regions big and small
107 Chemical Fingerprints of Ancient Supernovae Found
108 Satellites Catch 'Growth Spurt' from Newborn Protostar
109 HAWC Observatory to Study Universe's Most Energetic Phenomena
110 Time-lapse snapshots of a nova's fading light