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1 Two sides of supernova origin revealed
2 Discovery of ancient stone tools in Kenya dating back 3.3 million years challenges story of mankind
3 The sound of a plant dying of thirst
4 Savannahs increasingly important in absorbing CO2
5 Seabirds' poo key to establishing life...and more
6 Top 10 new species list includes cartwheeling spider
7 Huge study of tiny plankton a 'treasure trove'
8 Siberian wolf bone shows dog domestication much older than previously thought, researchers say
9 Stellar colours help scientists trace how stars migrate
10 'Sleeping beauty' studies ahead of their time
11 Cannibal crime scene discovered in space
12 Scientists use brain electrodes to find freezing toads the best way to get them to croak
13 Ozone treaty 'prevented skin cancer deaths'
14 Ebola virus: Scientists discover key protein needed to develop vaccine
15 Mount St. Helens still a scene of devastation 35 years after eruption
16 Newer contraceptives blood clot risk confirmed
17 Glowing millipede a surprise find
18 Jawbone fossils reveal new human ancestor species Australopithecus deyiremeda, scientists say
19 The sound of a single atom
20 Self-healing robot able to adapt to injury
21 Smashed skull world's oldest-known murder mystery
22 High-carb diet could 'equal calorie restriction'
23 Fossil ancestor suggests sharks once had bony skeletons
24 Life on Mars--Hawaiian style...and more
25 Stormy Jupiter and its volcanic moon rage against the darkness
26 Solar Impulse: Zero-fuel plane makes forced Japan landing
27 Scientists probe mysterious wave of antelope deaths
28 In pictures: Drones take whale science to new heights
29 Japan earthquake: Tremors felt across nation
30 Great Barrier Reef spared 'in danger' listing--for now
31 Memory alloy bounces back into shape 10 million times
32 Black hole glimpsed playing cosmic billiards
33 Evidence of 430,000-year-old human violence found
34 'New species' of ancient human found
35 Food poisoning bug 'found in 73% of shop-bought chickens'
36 Adaptable robots 'on their way' to the home
37 'Tweeting' seals chart the world's oceans
38 The Big Bang Theory creates $4 million scholarship for future scientists
39 Climate change: The bumpy road to the Paris talks
40 Virgin Galactic flight trials face delay after crash
41 UNESCO reconsidering Great Barrier Reef heritage status
42 The strange fate of a person falling into a black hole
43 Gearing up for the big lift in the North Sea
44 Sending ice to Antarctica
45 Rare Apple I computer put into recycling
46 Hola rocked by botnet accusations
47 Google overhauls privacy and security settings
48 Attacking cybercrime through infrastructure, not individuals
49 Intel snaps up rival Altera in $16 billion deal
50 US surveillance powers expire as Senate deal fails
51 Solar Impulse to land in Japan because of poor weather
52 Instant replays to fans' phones tested at FA Cup final
53 Silk Road drug website founder Ross Ulbricht jailed
54 North Korean hackers 'could kill,' warns key defector
55 Porn, adware found on former FBI web domains
56 Enrique Iglesias injured in concert drone mishap
57 The exquisite pain of life-changing throwaways
58 NASA's fleet of fighter planes
59 Should we fear the future workplace--or embrace change?
60 Google Play revamps its Android apps' age ratings
61 How did my dad's Uber account get hacked?
62 The government's data law--an attack on encryption?
63 Childcare changes threatened by underfunding, providers say
64 Teenagers in foster care moved too often, charity warns
65 Campaign to stop attacks on schools
66 Massive online courses set sights on sixth formers
67 Orthodox Jewish women driving ban unacceptable, says Nicky Morgan
68 China executes teacher for sexually abusing 26 girls
69 Teachers in Scotland 'work an extra 11 hours,' EIS survey finds.
70 Oxford University first female head
71 Cambridge sees slight rise in state school students
72 Points plan for degree grades
73 More UK students 'go abroad for part of degrees'
74 Cardiff University medical school cuts plan 'absurd'
75 Chris Evans announces 500 words winners
76 Hashtag is 'children's word of year'
77 How will extra free childcare for working families work?
78 The donor-conceived siblings connecting across the world
79 Cancer drug combination 'shrinks 60% of melanomas'
80 A&E in England hits waiting-time target
81 NHS to target 'rip-off' staffing agencies
82 Lung cancer therapy is 'milestone'
83 Rise in non-NHS ambulance use costs 2 million pounds in Wales
84 Spinal cord injury may respond to cancer drug
85 Germany passes Japan to have world's lowest birth rate--study
86 Acelarin cancer drug impact hope 'remarkable'
87 Sleep training 'may reduce racism and sexism'
88 MERS virus: China tracking nearly 200 for possible infections
89 Fruit snacks 'contain more sugar than sweets'
90 Smoking ban in England 'cuts child hospital admissions'
91 Vitamin D to be added to M&S bread
92 Sister meets man with her brother's transplanted face
93 Have we cured cancer?
94 Taking the bite out of deadly rabies
95 Can Uganda end its Aids epidemic?
96 Giant international trade treaties centre on science
97 Hawaiian telescope fight prompts new rules for Mauna Kea
98 Ebola teaches tough lessons about rapid research
99 Big compromises needed to meet carbon-emissions goal
100 Military technology: Laser weapons get real
101 Antibiotic alternatives rev up bacterial arms race
102 'Instinctive' robot recovers from injury fast
103 New species of early human discovered near fossil of 'Lucy'
104 Russia turns screw on science foundation
105 Nearby star hosts Kuiper belt twin
106 US military accidentally ships live anthrax to labs
107 Scientists offer advice on how best to respond to reviewers
108 Researchers argue for standard format to cite lab resources
109 Massive tank reveals hurricanes' inner workings
110 Mystery of black hole fireworks solved
111 Alzheimer's research takes a leaf from the prion notebook
112 Italian scientists vilified in wake of olive-tree deaths
113 Nigeria's new leadership raises hopes for science
114 Mysterious die-off sparks race to save saiga antelope
115 Sawfish spawn without sex
116 Trading places
117 Wakey wakey
118 Silicon smarts
119 Eat insects for fun, not to help the environment
120 Sustainability: Clean cooking empowers women
121 Robotics: Ethics of artificial intelligence