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1 First 'virgin birth' fish found in the wild
2 Breastfeeding linked to lower risk of leukaemia
3 Little Aussie bird cries wolf to fool a predator
4 Gourmet chimps understand the concept of cooking
5 Norfolk Island: An emerald jewel in a sea of blue
6 Teenage bullying linked to adult depression
7 Pluto's weird moons tango with gravity
8 Secret of Greenland's vanishing lakes cracked
9 The sound of love, peacock spider style
10 Warming corals may have little room to move
11 Malaria parasite hijacks red blood cells to beat drugs
12 This fish was made for walking...and more
13 'Hellboy' dinosaur Regaliceratops peterhewsi with exotic facial horns and bony frill, unearthed in Canada
14 'Diets and drugs are not enough to tackle obesity'
15 Fireworks light up the Sun's spectacular corona
16 How a robotic cockroach and bird teamed up
17 Ancient skull could hold clues to humanity's oldest murder mystery
18 Can Harry Potter save the wasps?
19 NASA prepares to test supersonic spacecraft for Mars mission
20 New hominid species may have been neighbor to famed 'Lucy'
21 Have scientists unearthed ancient 'Lucy's' friend?
22 Have archaeologists stumbled upon a 430,000-year-old murder mystery?
23 'Healing' robot could keep chasing you even after you break its legs
24 This is our most detailed image of Pluto yet
25 Flies time when they're having fungus, say scientists
26 Tiny CubeSats to watch NASA's next Mars mission
27 Is a tiny fungus killing honeybees?
28 Early humans left Africa through Egypt, study says
29 Japan's big earthquake: Why deeper means safer (+video)
30 Why have 121,000 antelopes in Kazakhstan suddenly dropped dead? (+video)
31 Egypt was humanity's gateway out of Africa, say scientists
32 NASA spacecraft to perform final pass of Saturn's bizarre spongy moon (+video)
33 Communication restored with LightSail spacecraft
34 NASA spacecraft captures sharpest images yet of Ceres (+video)
35 What's causing the devastating floods in Texas and Oklahoma? (+video)
36 FIFA scandal: The science behind corruption
37 Critically endangered fish has offspring without mating (+video)
38 Weighing the risks of a southern California tsunami
39 Ancient shark ancestor may have been bony, rare fossil reveals
40 CERN gets back to smashing particles in the search for something big
41 No more raw food diet? Chimps can cook, and would, if they had tools (+video)
42 Why is your cat such a picky eater? Scientists reveal clues.
43 Prehistoric bird had bizarre tail, say scientists
44 New study finds Pluto's moons are even stranger than imagined
45 Scientists solve bizarre 'disappearing lakes' mystery
46 The Large Hadron Collider returns, twice as powerful as before
47 How to watch NASA's Mars 'flying saucer' test
48 Seven species of tiny frogs revealed: How small do frogs get? (+video)
49 Rats might not be such rats after all, say scientists
50 Regal 'Hellboy' dinosaur discovered in Alberta (+video)
51 US woman to attempt solo Pacific crossing. In a rowboat. (+video)
52 LightSail recovers from second glitch, deploys sail
53 South Korean team wins $2 million to design robots for humanitarian aid
54 Humongous oarfish washes onto California shore
55 Ancient trade route shows gold's enduring power
56 Researchers find sweet source for aviation biofuel
57 Surfers wanted for 'superbug' study
58 China greenhouse gases: Progress is made, report says
59 Roadside verges 'last refuge for wild flowers'
60 Airbus unveils 'Adeline' re-usable rocket concept
61 US scientists: Global warming pause 'no longer valid'
62 Test unravels history of infection
63 Fake orca used to scare sea lions out of Oregon port
64 Hubble studies Pluto's wobbly moons
65 Virgin Galactic pilot recalls colleague's crash
66 Seven tiny frog species found on seven mountains
67 Large Hadron Collider turns on 'data tap'
68 South Koreans win DARPA robotics challenge
69 Whitby sauropod dinosaur fossil is UK's oldest
70 G7: End of fossil fuel era?
71 How 1970s deodorant is still doing harm
72 How I became a drug cheat athlete to test the system
73 Tasmania an epicurean dream Down Under
74 Bloodhound Diary: The race against time
75 Apple reveals new Music app to rival Spotify
76 Falls of the robots: Disaster droids struggle to stay upright
77 Self-healing aeroplane wings 'to fix tiny cracks'
78 Trolls hit Merkel's Instagram account
79 Internet 'Magna Carta' vote launched by British Library
80 EyeWitness app lets smartphones report war crimes
81 US facing 'dedicated' hacking enemy
82 Power beamed to camera via ambient wi-fi signals
83 Facebook criticised by NSPCC over baby ducking video clip
84 First Steam Machines on sale from Alienware and Cyberpower
85 Ed Sheeran is huge in the Phillippines, YouTube reveals
86 Battle of zero-emissions cars: Hydrogen or electric?
87 The real scars of Korean gaming
88 Harnessing the sun with the blackest paint in the world
89 Deliveroo: Making it easier to get a takeaway meal
90 Will Apple Music become number one?
91 'Reboot' universal credit, ministers urged
92 Cheltenham Ladies' College pupils told homework end 'not imminent'
93 Students with 'grit' do not push themselves to excess
94 Internet 'Magna Carta' vote launched by British Library
95 University of Aberdeen staff back industrial action over jobs
96 First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in New York school visit
97 Teenagers' 'promising futures at risk' from cuts
98 Tricky GCSE maths exam sees pupils take to Twitter
99 Ban phones and tablets before school, parents urged
100 PIPs disability benefit delay unlawful, says High Court
101 Education department faces 450 million pounds of savings
102 Gordonstoun school faces more pressure over pupil sex abuse
103 Last all-male Oxford institution votes to admit women
104 Why do so many Chinese students choose US universities?
105 GCSE maths: how a tough exam may not result in poor grades
106 How hard is the maths GCSE?
107 Viewpoint: How do you instil good character?
108 Can teenagers with poor GCSEs catch up at college?
109 Last Oxford vote on admitting female students
110 Viewpoint: How life in a caravan set us free