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1 Minecraft Video Game May Help Create Aritifical Intelligence for Robots
2 ALMA Telescope Captures Monstrous Galaxy at the Edge of the Charted Universe
3 Is Your Toothbrush Contaminated with Other People's Poop?
4 Pheromones: Female Mice Can Only Mate When They Smell Their Partners
5 Exercise and Pregnancy: It Helps Prevent Gestational Diabetes
6 Severe Weather May be Linked to Arctic Climate Warming
7 Hypertension Higher in Individuals Who Eat Out
8 'Eternal Flames' of Ancient Times May Reveal Gas Seepages
9 Mom's Obesity May Hurt Her Unborn Baby's Immune System
10 Abdominal Weight Gain May Be More Common in Those Who Skip Meals
11 Giant Pandas Don't Have the Gut Bacteria to Properly Digest Bamboo
12 How the Burmese Python's Extreme Body Changes Occur After It Eats
13 Stars May Collide in this Shrouded, Densely-Packed Cluster in the Milky Way
14 Sun's Atmosphere's Scorching Heat Explained: Why the Corona is Hotter than Its Surface
15 Moon's Dust Cloud Permanently Enshrouds it in a Lopsided Layer
16 First Sensor of Earth's Magnetic Field Uncovered in an Animal Reveals Internal GPS
17 Ancient Massive Bat Species from New Zealand Walked on All Fours
18 Evidence of Ancient Human Pollution Revealed in 400,000-Year-Old Teeth
19 Appendicitis and Antibiotics: Most Cases Will Not Require Surgery
20 Cat Videos May Make You Happier and Boost Your Energy
21 Sleep and Health: Are You Getting Enough Rest?
22 Self-Driving Cars Could Be Programmed to Kill You? The Ethics of the Robotic Road
23 Black Holes May Create Holograms Rather than Being Ruthless 'Killers'
24 Graphene: World's Thinnest Light Bulb Created with Wonder Material
25 Comet lander Philae renews contact
26 'Tantalising' glimpse of volcanic eruptions on Venus
27 DNA reignites Kennewick Man debate
28 Most kangaroos are 'left-handed'
29 Elephant poaching hotspots identified
30 Pope Francis blames 'human selfishness' for global warming
31 Switching on happy memories 'perks up' stressed mice
32 'Once in generation' chance to reform climate insurance
33 Numbers show threatened bittern is booming again--RSPB
34 Earlier end to subsidies for new UK onshore wind farms
35 Bioenergy can deliver cleaner future, says global report
36 Protect more bee species to safeguard crops, say scientists
37 French minister says Nutella spread 'damages environment'
38 Georgia floods: Escaped tiger kills man
39 The women whom science forgot
40 Building the face of a criminal from DNA
41 The pain of producing a global climate change deal
42 Do butterflies hold the answer to life's mysteries?
43 Philae comet lander: The plucky robot is back
44 Philae awakening provides extraordinary opportunity
45 Facebook's photo app will not be available in Europe
46 Heinz QR porn code too saucy for ketchup customer
47 Huge fine for AT&T over speed brakes
48 Millions let down by broadband speed ads, says Which?
49 Electric scooter with swappable batteries hits market
50 Pepper robot to go on sale to public in Japan
51 Fitbit shares soar on first day of trading in New York
52 BBC develops 'mind-control TV' headset for iPlayer app
53 Apple criticised over 'presumptuous' news app email
54 Google-owned Nest launches HD security camera
55 Canadian government websites go dark after 'cyber attack'
56 Welsh phones pick up Irish network data charges
57 Is facial recognition tech really a threat to privacy?
58 Close-up on the 'most ambitious video game'
59 YouTube takes on Twitch in live gaming showdown
60 Africa discovers the power of crowdfunding
61 Google's Schmidt--Apple is wrong about our privacy
62 Ofsted purges 1,200 'not good enough' inspectors
63 CBI head calls for GCSEs to be scrapped
64 Teaching attracting more Oxbridge graduates
65 Eton launches online lessons for China
66 Schools 'will reject requirement to teach EBacc to all'
67 Students awarded 400,000 pounds compensation after complaints
68 Hunt wants cross-party exam consensus
69 School behaviour expert says 'don't call me a tsar'
70 Ulster University: Funding reduction sees cuts to jobs and student places
71 Fewer children offered first choice of secondary school
72 GCSEs: Pass mark raised in exams shake-up
73 University fund for struggling students 'under threat'
74 Vietnam's 'stunning' rise in school standards
75 The teachers who say their classrooms gave them cancer
76 The schools taking a stand against too much sitting down
77 Schools put on front line against extremism
78 GPs offered 'new deal' if they agree seven-day opening
79 Doctors call for wider use of new stroke treatment
80 Record 'fake drugs' haul worth 16 million pounds by UK agency
81 Puberty age affects many diseases, says study
82 'Human breast milk trade' health warning
83 New anti-malaria drug developed at Dundee University
84 Increase in 999 ambulance emergency calls
85 Elderly 'being trapped' in hospital, says Age UK
86 Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust rapped over worsening finances
87 Hospitals urge Muslims to donate organs
88 Blood chemical predicts brain decline
89 Unsafe asthma prescribing 'must end'
90 Eating chocolate linked to 'lower heart disease and stroke risk'
91 Why are GPs so angry?
92 Do you really need to take 10,000 steps a day to keep fit?
93 How China debated whether dark or light skin ages better
94 The dentures made from the teeth of dead soldiers at Waterloo
95 Why bother with seven-day GP opening?
96 How the cap on care costs works
97 Ancient Algae Discovered in Tropical Mountain Ice Cap
98 College Rape Prevention Program Cuts Risk by 50%
99 4 Things Women Can Do to Lower Their Risk of Sexual Assault
100 CPR Mobile App System Sends Trained Adults to Rescue
101 Robo-Klutz: Bipedal Bots Bite It at Competition
102 Biggest Ring Around Saturn Just Got Supersized
103 Mystery on Mercury: Strange Pattern of Huge Cliffs Defy Explanation
104 Burned Bones in Alexander the Great Family Tomb Give Up Few Secrets
105 Ancient Rome's Aqueducts Held Less Water than Previously Thought
106 Soft Robotic Tentacles Pick Up Ant Without Crushing It
107 Yes, You Can Drown on Dry Land--Here's How
108 Forgotten 1920s 'Ten Commandments' Sphinx Gets a Hollywood Ending
109 Major Surgical Mistakes Still Happen in the US
110 Tim Hunt's Boys' Club: Women Still Face Challenges in Science