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1 Warming 'increases heatwaves and heavy rain'
2 Meet T.rex's 'bizarre' vegetarian cousin
3 High-pitched noises can trigger seizures in older cats
4 Himalayan rivers and snow from the space station
5 Lapita colonised Tonga within two generations
6 Briny water under Antarctica's surface could host life
7 Mysterious X-rays could mark stellar graveyard
8 Bizarre bat-winged dinosaur once soared over China
9 NASA spacecraft New Horizons spots possible ice cap on Pluto
10 An electric car made from spinifex?...and more
11 Extinctions to accelerate as planet warms
12 Monkeys are cracking good at cracking nuts
13 Messenger's final image before crashing
14 Treasure trove at the altar of star birth
15 Zombie bacteria may help heal wounds
16 Climate drives 'new era' in Arctic Ocean
17 Astronauts watch Star Wars on International Space Station
18 Wildlife decline may lead to 'empty landscape'
19 Nepal quake: Why are some tremors so deadly?
20 Step forward for quantum computing
21 Song heralds arrival of new bird species
22 Climate change risk to 'one in six species'
23 Messenger's Mercury trip ends with a bang, and silence
24 'Airspace reserves' could protect wildlife
25 Tesla unveils batteries to power homes
26 Heatwaves 'more likely' in England
27 US 'will not fund research for modifying embryo DNA'
28 Tayside beaver colonies 'adapting well to Scotland'
29 Arctic mission monitors ice shift
30 Seeking comet splatter on Mercury
31 Dinosaur with 'bat-like' wings discovered
32 Climate drives 'new era' in Arctic Ocean
33 Boxing broadcasters battle Periscope's pirates
34 Facebook opens up amidst net neutrality row
35 Astronauts watch Star Wars on International Space Station
36 Amazon doubles free delivery minimum spend in UK
37 Silicon Valley's Dave Goldberg dies
38 Grooveshark music-sharing service closes down
39 Tesla unveils batteries to power homes
40 Anger as Facebook bug blocked pictures
41 Russia beefs up anti-piracy laws
42 Uber office in Guangzhou 'raided'
43 Apple says tattoos can cause watch problems
44 Step forward for quantum computing
45 The tech that helps techno artists get paid
46 How the tech industry is redesigning the future workplace
47 Secret fails fast--but did Silicon Valley fail too?
48 How one tweet wiped $8 billion off Twitter's value
49 Giving everyone in the world an address
50 Heads warn Trojan Horse 'not gone away'
51 PwC ends A-level criteria for graduate jobs
52 Teachers' pay: Lib. Dems' David Laws calls for teacher pay rise
53 Maverick heads stifled by Ofsted, says union leader
54 Parents have duty to play with children, says Hunt
55 Boko Haram: 300 girls and women taken to safety
56 Schools face cash crisis, head warns parents
57 Schools feeding and clothing pupils, say heads
58 Independent school pupils at record high
59 Google 'should be allowed in examinations'
60 'Outsource marking' to cut teachers' workload
61 David Cameron: I have no plans to cut child benefit
62 Global '100-year gap' in education standards
63 Feeding Kenya's street kids: An evening with Nairobi's 'Messiah'
64 A classroom of firsts
65 How has Rwanda saved the lives of 590,000 children?
66 Five reasons why we should still read maps
67 Election 2015: Do 16-year-olds want to vote in Northern Ireland?
68 The C-Word: Film will be 'lasting legacy' for family
69 Gene therapy's 'temporary benefits' for retina disease
70 Most Britons unaware of skin cancer signs--survey
71 Mental health patients travelling up to 79 miles for bed 'not acceptable'
72 'First natural birth' for diabetic woman with artificial pancreas
73 3D windpipe 'saves children's lives'
74 Most countries not protecting antibiotics, says WHO
75 US 'will not fund research for modifying embryo DNA'
76 Private GP out-of-hours care 'worse'
77 Men 'catching up' on life expectancy
78 More older carers 'risking health'
79 Northern Ireland midwives stage strike action
80 Great Gut Extinction: Has modern life destroyed our health?
81 Crush syndrome: Saving lives in Nepal
82 The NHS--reality returns after polling day
83 How many staff does the NHS need?
84 Election 2015: A party with a prescription for the NHS?
85 How has Rwanda saved the lives of 590,000 children?
86 Bruce Jenner's Transition: How Many Americans Are Transgender?
87 Tinkling Spoons Can Trigger Seizures in Cats
88 Nepal Earthquake: Health Threats Loom Over Survivors
89 Bigger Earthquake Coming on Nepal's Terrifying Faults
90 Reference: Celery: Health Benefits & Nutrition Facts
91 Bullying May Leave Worse Mental Scars than Child Abuse
92 Doomed Antarctic Explorer's Last Photos Up for Auction
93 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami Had Deadly Predecessors
94 Nepal Earthquake Destroys Historic Temples
95 Why Some Lithium-Ion Batteries Explode
96 Having Mom in the Car Changes Teen Driver's Brain
97 US Military's Self-Steering Bullets Can Hit Moving Targets
98 Source of Antarctica's Eerie 'Bleeding Glacier' Found
99 People Addicted to Opioids May Benefit from ER Drug Treatment
100 Lava Lake Threatens Overflow in Hawaii
101 Polygamous Marriage May Be Bad for a Man's Heart
102 Same-Sex Marriage: 6 Effects of Supreme Court's Decision
103 Reference: Archaeopteryx: The Transitional Fossil
104 Reference: How Do Batteries Work?
105 Reference: Guinea Pig Facts
106 Early Urban Planning: Ancient Mayan City Built on Grid
107 Fully Restored WWII Fighter Plane Up for Auction
108 Cancer Death Rate Declines Worldwide
109 Newborn Star Erupts After Binging on Gas and Dust
110 Shipwrecks Spotted in Crystal-Clear Waters of Lake Michigan