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1 Can we reverse-engineer dinosaurs out of chickens?
2 Astronauts stuck on ISS: Russian rocket malfunction delays their return (+video)
3 NASA space probe spots all five of Pluto's known moons
4 What are those bright spots on Ceres? NASA space probe gets closer look.
5 Google celebrates Inge Lehmann, discoverer of Earth's inner core
6 Why is there irradiated sea salt on the surface of Jupiter's moon?
7 Scientists investigate mysterious force that snuffs out galaxies
8 Is this moon of Jupiter covered in sea salt?
9 Animal emotions: Do fruit flies feel fear?
10 Opah! First known warm-blooded fish flaps to generate heat (+video)
11 How first-ever warm-blooded fish cranks up the heat (+video)
12 Massive Antarctic ice shelf has just a few years left, say scientists (+video)
13 In a first, astronomers spot a quartet of quasars
14 Scientists praise US government plan to help bees, butterflies
15 ISS laser? Why the International Space Station needs a laser cannon
16 Why is it raining spiders in Australia?
17 Hang gliders on Mars: So crazy it just might work
18 NASA mission to use secret Air Force space plane
19 What's in Obama's plan to reverse honey bee and butterfly decline (+video)
20 Mysterious supernova still astounds astronomers
21 Distant glow confuses turtle hatchlings
22 Satellite data indicates sea level rise accelerating
23 Two-thirds of Earth is covered in clouds
24 Immune system genes may change with the season
25 Nepal's Langtang village from space: before and after
26 Budget: 'Mixed and confusing messages for Australian science'
27 Europa's red bands may be salt seeping through its icy crust
28 Antarctic ice shelf melting from above and below
29 Killer cockroach trapped in amber
30 A firm handshake could mean a healthy heart
31 CERN discovery backs physics' Standard Model
32 Deep-sea fish found to be warm-blooded
33 Flies have feelings: fear and maybe more
34 Bionic brain one step closer...and more
35 A glimpse of our Sun's future
36 Pets help knit community together
37 Nature or nuture? Twins hold the answer
38 Discovery sparks 'home-brew drugs' concern
39 British scientists offer explanation for existence of males after studying flour beetles
40 Iron in the brain boosts Alzheimer's risk
41 Queensland: Beautiful one day, a brown stain the next
42 Oldest stone tools pre-date earliest humans
43 Advanced Ligo gravitational wave hunt is green lit
44 In pictures: Firms vie for engineering prize
45 UK among worst in wildlife league
46 Dolphin 'reality show' filming suspended in Portugal
47 Organic farming 'benefits biodiversity'
48 Whales can be told apart by their voices--study
49 Bloodhound supersonic car gets tough underbelly
50 Study to help ash mapping for flights
51 'Home-brewed morphine' made possible
52 Proton failure to delay Inmarsat Global Xpress roll-out
53 Opal citizen science project expands across the UK
54 Tim Peake asks for help in space food science experiment
55 Pi and a pint of science experiments in pub project
56 'Cyber-archaeology' salvages lost Iraqi art
57 Giant pandas' guts not suited to bamboo
58 The Quiet Zone: Where mobile phones are banned
59 The decline of the British front garden
60 Aboriginal legends reveal ancient secrets to science
61 Trapping humidity out of fog in Chile
62 Airbus A400M plane crash linked to software fault
63 LogJam encryption flaw fix will block some websites
64 Spotify adds podcasts and video clips
65 PayPal penalised for 'deceptive' practices
66 Child spy firm hit by blackmailers
67 Will Britain's Chirp be drowned out by Google Tone?
68 L'Oreal to start 3D-printing skin
69 Woman jailed for Google executive's overdose death
70 YouTube Kids app draws complaints about content
71 Protests grow against Facebook's Internet.org
72 Anti-Islam film ban lifted for Google
73 President Obama gets his own Twitter account
74 Bitcoin's baby: Blockchain's 'tamper-proof' revolution
75 Movable type: The brave new world of office computing
76 Step inside the secret robot house
77 People who still use old gadgets
78 Dads 'use adult tone not baby talk'
79 More pupils 'reading for pleasure'
80 Aylesbury Grammar teacher who dated girl banned from schools
81 'Confusion' over childcare voucher changes
82 Mary's Meals provides food for one million children
83 Exeter University to cut more than 200 jobs
84 France teachers strike over government reforms
85 Pakistan Axact scandal: Police raid 'fake degree' firm
86 Foreign students 'boost economy by 2.3 billion pounds'
87 Pushy parents stress out children, Eton head says
88 Nicky Morgan: Coasting schools 'face intervention'
89 Dolly Parton says 'ay up me duck' at book scheme launch
90 'Back to school' for parents in Singapore
91 Nicky Morgan: Olive branches or burning bridges?
92 Exam stress: Micro pigs, screaming and ball pools
93 Furness baby deaths 'mistakes' midwife Marie Ratcliffe struck off
94 Limit paracetamol in pregnancy, say scientists
95 NHS fails 'thousands' cancer patients
96 End-of-life care letting people down--health ombudsman
97 UK children becoming obese at younger ages
98 Family breast cancer 'as treatable' as other tumours
99 Stepping Hill nurse Victorino Chua jailed for life
100 GP services online in most of England
101 Mentally ill patients sent home unsupported, experts warn
102 David Cameron renews NHS funding pledges
103 Women not getting drink-drive message--Police Federation
104 Elderly people who exercise 'live five years longer'
105 Drinking for science--Is binge drinking really that bad
106 Fighting HIV where no-one admits it's a problem
107 The perils of contact lenses
108 Why an iron fish can make you stronger
109 Germanwings: Should there be screening for mental illness at work?
110 How do sunscreens and lotions protect us?
111 Call for $2 billion global antibiotic research fund
112 How the care system works across the UK
113 How the cap on care costs works
114 Giving newborns 'air to breathe'
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