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1 Birds more likely to reject costly cuckoo eggs
2 Connections key to conservation bang for buck
3 Hormone rethink may improve breast cancer prognosis
4 Secret sex life of koalas revealed
5 Wendiceratops pinhornensis: Curly horned dinosaur with 'gnarly frill projections' joins triceratops family
6 How to make your coffee sing
7 Giant black hole too big for its galaxy
8 Smoking tobacco linked to psychosis risk
9 Carnivorous plants communicate with bats
10 Hospitals bugged by dirty mobile phones
11 A psychedelic X-ray of our Sun
12 Volcano cluster thought to be 50 million years old accidentally discovered off coast of Sydney
13 Scientists edge closer to bringing back the woolly mammoth
14 How a seahorse tail can help scientists build a better robot
15 Russian cargo ship successfully docks with space station
16 The lost 81 minutes. Is New Horizons spacecraft ready for Pluto flyby?
17 Did alien microbes carve odd features on Rosetta comet? (+video)
18 How algae blooms could take mussels off the menu
19 New Horizons back on course for Pluto following weekend mishap (+video)
20 Microbes on a comet? Where else might we find alien life? (+video)
21 Microbes on a comet?! Why scientists are skeptical (+video)
22 New Horizons probe ready for Pluto flyby despite glitch, says NASA
23 Will New Horizons probe solve mystery of Pluto's bizarre dark spots?
24 How NASA telescope could unlock mysteries of supermassive black holes
25 Sun power for all? Solar panels coming to low-income neighborhoods
26 It's on: Japan accepts giant-robot-duel challenge from US
27 New Horizons: Will it solve these three mysteries about Pluto? (+video)
28 Martian marathon: Watch Opportunity rove across alien terrain
29 Five-star formation find would put 'Star Wars' makers to shame, astronomer says
30 First-ever global shark census aided by $4 million, baited cameras
31 How did Triceratops get its horns? Bizarre new fossil reveals clues.
32 New Horizons officially begins Pluto flyby (+video)
33 Why is this new, curly-horned dinosaur named Wendy?
34 Coming soon: 3-D printers recycle plastic in space
35 Is this the cutest thing a dwarf planet has ever done?
36 'Furry solar cells'? Lessons in solar power from space.
37 Pollination perturbation: Is climate change putting bumblebees in a vise? (+video)
38 Who will be first astronauts to blast off in commercial shuttle?
39 New Horizons opens new window on icy Charon, Pluto's largest moon
40 Air Force pilots, Navy officer, and Marine: Meet NASA's first commercial astronauts
41 Climate change turns up heat on bumblebees (+video)
42 Hopping 3-D printed robot has soft exterior, heart of metal
43 Why are China's giant pandas so lazy?
44 Could El Nino end California's drought? (+video)
45 NASA probe gets one last look at Pluto's mysterious dark spots
46 Monster black hole is too big for its galaxy, say astronomers
47 How a plant species communicates with bats
48 New Horizons closes on dwarf planet: Is Pluto ready for its close-up
49 Why don't magnets stick to plutonium? Scientists find out.
50 New Horizons in 'great shape' for Pluto flyby
51 Volcanic ash detector network to be installed around UK
52 Pluto flyby: Meet the 'King of the Kuiper Belt'
53 Solar Impulse grounded for 2-3 weeks
54 Five UK satellites go into orbit on Indian rocket
55 Lazy lifestyle key to pandas' bamboo-only diet
56 Climate 'vice' constricts bumblebees' natural ranges--researchers
57 New Horizons: Last view of Pluto's spots
58 Flaw found in French nuclear reactor
59 UK to develop Quantum 'universal' satellite
60 IBM makes chips with 'smallest components'
61 Rare system of five stars discovered
62 What will Pluto mission discover?
63 Can you prescribe nature?
64 Bloodhound Diary: November date for debut
65 Software bug prompts Range Rover recall
66 The reinvention of Reddit
67 Saudi supercomputer enters top ten list
68 Nintendo's Satoru Iwata dies at 55
69 Reddit's Ellen Pao resigns after community's criticism
70 Defense review: 'Spend more' on SAS and drones
71 UK teenager sentenced over 'biggest' web attack
72 Huge data breach prompts resignation of top US official
73 Apple users angered over 'staingate' screen damage
74 Epilepsy charity criticises Twitter for flashing ads
75 BT runs trial of IPv6 addressing system
76 Caspar Bowden, UK privacy pioneer, mourned by tech industry
77 Is this the end of Metal Gear Solid?
78 Ultrasound may heal chronic wounds, suggests study
79 Satoru Iwata: Nintendo's gamer CEO
80 Has China silenced its bloggers?
81 Greece debt crisis: Can new technology ease cash-flow issues?
82 Bliive: Brazilian barter website turns time into money
83 Microsoft and Nokia--a marriage made in hell?
84 All you need to know about Uber
85 Poorest pupils 'should start school aged two'
86 Employers warn of 'skills emergency'
87 Schools 'disrupted by GCSE league table changes'
88 Philosophy sessions 'boost primary school results'
89 Perry Beeches III free school 'in special measures'
90 Budget 2015: Student maintenance grants scrapped
91 Top universities urged to solve access problem
92 Children in care should stay until 25--children's commissioner
93 Women in Asia buck trend for male business courses
94 Can a school prevent extremism?
95 The educational struggle faced by girls around the world
96 Tax sugary drinks by 20%, say doctors
97 Review of HPV vaccine side-effects
98 Breast cancer warning to older women
99 NHS staff make 'staggering' complaints over shortages
100 Smoking 'may play schizophrenia role'
101 Doctors given fresh guidelines on caring for FGM women
102 NHS Wales missed hospital appointment 10 pounds fine idea
103 Deafness could be treated by virus, say scientists
104 Insulin-free syringe firms fined over diabetic death
105 Bird flu confirmed at Lancashire farm
106 Child tooth removal 'at crisis point,' doctors warn
107 Pioneering chest deformity op carried out at Cardiff hospital
108 Eating disorders at Ramadan: One teenager's experience
109 Is sport more dangerous than ever?
110 The great gluten-free diet fad