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1 Mars' Surface Could Hold Briny Water, but Does this Mean Aliens Exist?
2 Random Raman Laser Could Reveal Secrets of Microscopic Life Through Speckle-Free Images
3 Pizza Boxes, Microwavable Popcorn Bags and Other Household Items Have Harmful Chemicals, Say Scientists
4 Aging and Staying Youthful: Scientists Might Have Discovered a DNA 'Fountain of Youth' (VIDEO)
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6 CDC Urges Ebola Survivors to Avoid Sexual Contact Indefinitely to Avoid Transmission via Semen (VIDEO)
7 Genome Sequencing: New Device Will Map Genes in Just a Few Days
8 Android: Japan Develops Yet Another Amazing Mechanical Humanoid
9 NASA Drone: Agency Develops Ten-Engine Drone that Can Fly as a Plane or a Helicopter
10 Bombardier Beetle: Secret of Deadly 'Gun' Revealed for First Time (VIDEO)
11 Extinction of Large Herbivores Could Lead to 'Empty Landscapes'
12 Pulsar with Widest Orbit Ever Detected Spotted by High School Students
13 Seafloor Sensors Detect Eruption of Underwater Volcano
14 Alien Planet: Exoplanet Found Orbiting Host Star Too Small for Extrasolar Planet
15 NASA Budget Cut 2016: House Cuts $300 Million from Space Agency's Budget for Earth Science, Puts More on Space Exploration
16 Scientists Claim New Test Can Detect Cancer 13 Years in Advance
17 Baby Sea Lion Rescused from San Francisco Street (VIDEO)
18 Mars Trip Could Leave Astronauts Brain Damaged from Radiation Exposure
19 Dazzled by Australia's precious opals
20 Facebook tips news balance 'less than users do'
21 Himalayan 'drop after Nepal quake'
22 Kenya opens anti-poaching forensic laboratory
23 Rogue Russian spacecraft burns up in Earth's atmosphere
24 Newly found microbe is close relative of complex life
25 Invasive ants are extreme excavators
26 CO2 levels reach monthly record
27 German-born US rocket expert Oscar Holderer dies at 95
28 SpaceX tests launch abort system
29 Forests are 'key feature' of food security landscape
30 Tim Peake passes final Soyuz exam
31 Pop music marked by three revolutions in 50 years
32 Pirate Captain Kidd's 'treasure' found in Madagascar
33 These microscopic mites live on your face
34 Revealing the secret lives of sharks
35 Bloodhound Diary: 'Speed bumps' on the way to 1,000mph
36 Voyage to the north through ramparts of ice
37 The man who cut out his own appendix
38 Microsoft to stop producing Windows versions
39 Windows 'open' for Apple and Android
40 Hacker given in-game death sentence
41 Ericsson sues Apple over licence payments
42 Child abuse images deface Nazi Mauthausen camp website
43 Teenager passes sat-nav driving test
44 'Email epidemic' is damaging UK productivity, says expert
45 Rogue Russian spacecraft burns up in Earth's atmosphere
46 Surge in US 'brain-reading' patents
47 NSA phone data collection 'illegal,' US court rules
48 EU wants iPlayer access extended across Europe
49 'Dementia simulator' among new games on show in Dundee
50 Dashcam footage accepted by insurers in disputed claims
51 Losing focus: Why tech is getting in the way of work
52 A question of computers and artificial intelligence
53 Is cyber-warfare really that scary?
54 Election 2015: What CAN'T you do in a polling station?
55 Getting Africa's jobseekers online and into employment
56 The tech that helps techno artists get paid
57 Nepal earthquake: 'Million children left out of school'
58 Languages may be passport to Oxbridge, data suggests
59 School criticised for publicly ranking GCSE pupils
60 Doncaster head teacher banned for changing SATs answers
61 Head teachers offered help on preventing radicalisation
62 Gay couple wins High Court battle over baby girl
63 Rotherham abuse warning reports released
64 Partially deaf children 'overlooked' at school
65 Gordonstoun school abuse claim
66 Heads warn Trojan Horse 'not gone away'
67 Children 'more likely to confide in pets than siblings'
68 The man behind the million-dollar teacher
69 The worst things parents can say to teenagers taking exams
70 Class confessions: Students share struggles online
71 A coming budget squeeze on schools
72 Locating objects using echoes 'needs two good ears'
73 WHO issues disease-naming advice to avoid offence
74 Ebola 'lives on in eye of US survivor'
75 Malaria 'viral' vaccine shows promising early results
76 Mother in legal battle to have dead daughter's baby
77 Smartphone 'scans' blood for parasites
78 C. diff used to beat C. diff infection
79 Minimum alcohol pricing: European judges hear Scottish case
80 IBM's Watson supercomputer to speed up cancer care
81 Colchester Hospital NHS trust has most 'never events'
82 Private work has negative impact on NHS, expert says
83 Fruit sugars 'may worsen food cravings'
84 Airline pilots 'buckling under unacceptable pressures'
85 The bittersweet world of mental health online
86 The struggle to find work when you have Down's syndrome
87 Great Gut Extinction: Has modern life destroyed our health?
88 How dangerous are treadmills?
89 Is the NHS lagging behind other health systems?
90 Silly Putty Could Help Us Grow Spinal Cords
91 Domestic Anger and Abuse is More Common Among the Hungry
92 Nepal's Earthquake was So Intense it Changed Both Land and Air, Says NASA
93 India's Mysterious Move toward Eurasia Finally Solved
94 Ever Wonder What Thunder Looks Like?
95 Explosive Volcanoes Due to...Water?
96 Deep-Sea Microbe is Missing Link in Evolution
97 This GMO is 8,000 Years Old and Completely Natural
98 Viking Age Triggered by Trade, Not Violence
99 Soil Loss Threatens Food Security
100 Unique Monkeyflower Species Sheds Light on Plant Evolution
101 Mammoth genomes provide recipe for creating Arctic elephants
102 The trouble with reference rot
103 Fjords soak up a surprising amount of carbon
104 Floods might have doomed prehistoric American city
105 Countering a tide of anti-vaccine sentiment
106 Mysterious galactic signal points LHC to dark matter
107 Pint-sized DNA sequencer impresses first users
108 Research: Africa's fight for equality
109 Japanese academics spooked by military science incursions
110 Images expose thunder in exquisite detail