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1 Almost all seabirds are eating plastic
2 Face recognition experts put to the test
3 Wild Cape York and glittering reef
4 Pottery brings to life the path of early Pacific people
5 Earth has three trillion trees, and falling
6 The subdued roar of the Boxing Day earthquake
7 Biggest ever dark matter survey about to begin in Australia
8 Green marks Mars' hidden carbon
9 Grandmothers drove evolution of monogamy
10 Scientists unearth ancient, giant virus from Siberia's frozen wasteland
11 Argentine ants harbour viruses that may threaten honey bees and other insects
12 Dengue breakthrough: Protein discovery could 'jump-start human drug trials'
13 'Seeds' of Alzheimer's disease may have spread in banned medical procedure
14 New Horizons: New 'treasure trove' of high resolution images show Pluto's surface in greater detail
15 Astronomers resort to crowdfunding to save Australia's Mopra Radio Telescope
16 The world's biggest manmade wave
17 New Horizons resumes image return
18 Two more Galileo satellites launched
19 UK team plans 'unsent letter' to aliens
20 Ocean plants 'can help freeze clouds'
21 Australia minister Dutton under fire for climate joke
22 New human-like species discovered in S Africa
23 Fracking: Think again, campaigner urges environmentalists
24 GM embryos 'essential,' says report
25 3D barcodes target counterfeit drugs and devices
26 Oldest UK case of rickets in Neolithic Tiree skeleton
27 'Transmittable Alzheimer's' concept raised
28 Public given the chance to name UK and Irish storms
29 Intelligent Machines: The truth behind AI fiction
30 N/A
31 Science goes in search of the perfect wave
32 Real deal or meal deal? Will new climate treaty be a 'nothing burger'?
33 The coming of the glacier men
34 'Rivers of acid' in Zambian villages
35 Frosty relations over future of the Arctic
36 Lisa Pathfinder: Gravity quest set to go into orbit
37 Flaws found in Ashley Madison password protection
38 Migrant crisis: Germans chide Facebook over race hate
39 How to pick the perfect password
40 Tor gets help to anonymise users of 'dark web'
41 Former bitcoin exchange boss charged in Japan
42 Google takes on Apple with Android Pay
43 Happy birthday Mario! Iconic game character turns 30
44 Uber dealt another blow over driver status
45 iPad Pro, new Apple TV and iPhone 6S handsets unveiled
46 Finance firms targeted by cyber extortion gang
47 Steve Wozniak: Shocked and amazed by Steve Jobs movie
48 John McAfee: US presidential bid for anti-virus mogul
49 Farmers using app to help keep track of their sheep
50 How robot auctions are shaking up digital advertising
51 Apple's iPad Pro launch event: the online reaction
52 The oil-rich city betting on drones
53 See the digital soldiers who 'crash test' army vehicles
54 Manchester United's plans for digital domination
55 Apple and Microsoft--peace at last
56 Will Uber drivers turn on Uber?
57 Assisted Dying Bill: MPs reject 'right to die' law
58 Implant 'traps' spreading cancer cells
59 Sleep scientists' wake-up call for later school starts
60 Modelling the spread of hospital bugs
61 Snakebite antidote is running out
62 Child mortality falls by 50% since 1990--report
63 Stroke damage 'helps smokers quit'
64 Test shows how old your body really is
65 Sierra Leone village in quarantine after Ebola death
66 Weight loss surgery 'cures half of type-2 diabetes cases'
67 Humans wired to be lazy--study
68 Travel sickness study: Brain zaps 'may ease symptoms'
69 Greece crisis: Cancer patients suffer as health system fails
70 Avoiding the burn: how best to change sunbathers' habits
71 Who, What, Why: Can a bang on the head cause a bald spot?
72 'I don't fear death'
73 What would happen if we burned all of the world's fossil fuels?
74 Burning All the Fossil Fuels Could Melt Antarctica Entirely
75 If We Burned All of Our Fossil Fuels, We'd Melt Antarctica
76 NASA Releases Stunning New High-Resolution Pics of Pluto
77 New Pluto images arrive: Are those dunes?
78 All aboard! Tour SpaceX's Crew Dragon space capsule
79 SpaceX's Crew Dragon Capsule Looks like a Luxury Sports Car
80 Take a Look Inside SpaceX's Spiffy New Space Capsule
81 That TSA-approved lock on your suitcase just got hacked
82 You Can Now 3D-Print Your Own TSA Master Keys
83 New iPhone? Meh, but it will be best ever
84 iPad Pro won't replace the PC any time soon
85 Apple iPad Pro: Where's the 'Pro'?
86 Southern Ocean Carbon Sink is Back in Business
87 Southern Ocean sucks up more carbon dioxide than was thought
88 Yet another thing exposed in the Ashley Madison hack: ridiculously bad passwords
89 Inside Ashley Madison: Calls from crying spouses, fake profiles and the hack that changed everything
90 Could newly discovered humans shatter history?
91 Hello, homo naledi
92 Step Up Your Aerial Shots with DJI's New Drone Cameras
93 DJI unveils custom aerial Micro Four Thirds camera
94 10 automakers to add automatic braking
95 Auto Makers Embrace Emergency Braking Standard for New Cars
96 Sun-tracking solar panel uses origami-inspired design to increase efficiency by 36 percent
97 Kirigami-inspired solar cells can track the sun without motors
98 Some Simple Slices Could Help Solar Cells Track the Sun
99 Microsoft pushes Windows 10 upgrade to PCs without user consent
100 Microsoft puts Windows 10 installer on PCs even if you don't ask for it
101 Stonehenge Myths and Conspiracies
102 'Superhenge' Unearthed Near Stonehenge
103 Sony: Don't Use Those 'Waterproof' Xperias Underwater
104 Sony's new A7S II shoots 4K video in the dead of night
105 The Sony a7S II is a Low-Light Monster with a Max ISO of 409,600 and Internal 4K
106 Galaxy amazes astronomers by producing 800 stars per year
107 Galaxy that spits out 800 new stars every year discovered
108 OnePlus: Sorry for Botched Phone Rollouts
109 OnePlus: 'We messed up the launch of the OnePlus 2'
110 Sprint's plan for new iPhone trumps other U.S. carriers