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1 Skier Marcel Hirscher almost hit by camera drone in World Cup slalom
2 Man pleads guilty to financial news hack
3 New Zealand court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited to US
4 Broadband adverts confuse public, says Citizens Advice
5 Sex tape row: German court orders man to destroy naked images
6 London cycle hire bikes to get laser light safety feature
7 Can growing lettuces in the cloud help feed the world?
8 Birmingham's ancient Koran history revealed
9 Schools told to monitor pupils' web use to prevent radicalisation
10 Nigeria's Boko Haram 'forces one million out of school'
11 Michael Sheen petitions to help homeless teenagers
12 Rising numbers of pupils home educated
13 Decades-old Christmas pudding tastes 'amazing'
14 Osborne's NHS cash pledge 'has unravelled,' says Labour
15 Cambridgeshire's 800 million pounds NHS out-sourcing contract to be reviewed
16 Minimum alcohol pricing plan 'may breach EU law'
17 Weight loss surgery 'cuts risk' of diabetes and heart attacks
18 Nine-year-old boy has testicular tissue frozen
19 Care homes added to NHS comparison website
20 Greek doctors' long hours 'break EU law,' ECJ decides
21 How to spot dementia in a loved one
22 A&E visits for alcohol poisoning 'double in six years'
23 Some hospital trusts make millions a year from car parks
24 Bacteria that resist 'last antibiotic' found in UK
25 Cancer-stricken mum Heidi Loughlin's charity appeal makes 12 k pounds
26 Australia's Tasmania may raise smoking age to 25
27 Christmas conceptions lead to autumn baby boom
28 Call for NHS bosses to adopt innovation more quickly
29 What you might not know about catching a cold
30 Does going into hospital make you sick?
31 Afghanistan Taliban 'push further' into Helmand town of Sangin
32 Russia Khodorkovsky: Court orders exiled tycoon's arrest
33 Can $7 million XPrize shift focus from 'sexy sciences' to Earth's oceans? (+video)
34 Ground Control to Major Tim: Britain's first proper astronaut blasts off (+video)
35 Full moon on Christmas: The first time in nearly four decades
36 Eating lettuce is three times worse for climate than bacon, say scientists
37 A Windex-like ocean sloshes within Enceladus. Why are astronomers excited?
38 $7 million XPrize for robots to explore the deepest sea (+video)
39 What the tiny mites on our faces reveal about our history
40 How did Fido come to be man's best friend? A dog's tale.
41 To save the species, pandas need love, not just a mate
42 Lonesome George returns? How to bring back extinct Galapagos tortoise species
43 Why Arctic is warming twice as fast as rest of planet (+video)
44 Parrots use tools and aren't afraid to share, study shows
45 Bizarre new dinosaur species sported a mysterious 'sail' on its back
46 Rare, giant salamander could be decades old
47 How an Arizona glaciologist helped tease out effects of Nepal quake
48 How an MIT algorithm can make your selfies more memorable
49 Australian bees are real headbangers, say scientists
50 Just how fast is Greenland melting?
51 Earth's lakes are warming faster than oceans: What can we do?
52 Newborn star shoots 'lightsaber' into space. A cosmic nod to Star Wars?
53 Mysterious 14,000-year-old leg bone may belong to archaic human species
54 How scientists may save Darwin's Galapagos finches from extinction
55 This 'weird and unique' reptile swam like a penguin during the dinosaur age
56 Did physicists just discover a new particle?
57 British astronaut Tim Peake weighs in on weightlessness
58 When did plants crawl from the sea? New study holds clues.
59 What would it take to make a real, working lightsaber?
60 Science's 'Breakthrough of the Year' inspired as much trepidation as hope
61 Why an emergency spacewalk is needed on ISS
62 Curiosity rover finds silica on Mars. A sign of ancient flowing water?
63 SpaceX attempts historic rocket launch Monday. Here's how to watch it.
64 Space station astronauts to take unplanned spacewalk (+video)
65 Are those geysers on Saturn's moon running out of steam?
66 Why did another venomous snake wash up on California's shore?
67 SpaceX revs up for first launch since June mishap: Will this be different?
68 Winter solstice 2015: What's a solstice anyway?
69 ISS astronauts make the most out of 'emergency spacewalk'
70 Arctic ice is melting. Rainy days ahead? (+video)
71 SpaceX rocket sticks landing, makes spaceflight history
72 Decline of wild bees imperils US crops
73 Out of this world success: SpaceX sticks historic landing (+video)
74 Alluring Enceladus: How a tiny moon has kindled scientists' imagination
75 Wild bees are in decline. How can we take the sting out of it?
76 Private space travel: A new future for humanity? (+video)
77 Is gene editing moving too fast? CRISPR scientist raises concerns. (+video)
78 'Extinct' sea snakes found alive. A second chance to save them?
79 How vanishing animals speed up climate change
80 Why SpaceX's rocket landing is such a big deal (+video)
81 China's 'Jade Rabbit' rover finds curious substance on moon
82 Are 'extinct' animals making a comeback?
83 Wild bee decline study: How farmer's friends are receiving support
84 Leaky seal postpones launch of NASA's next Mars lander
85 How did gullies on Mars get that way? Dry ice, say scientists
86 Why does an aurora have bursts of brightness?
87 When explosions rocked Baghdad in 2006, a seismometer was listening
88 NASA postpones next Mars mission: How big of a setback is it?
89 How big is the risk of humongous comet striking Earth, really?
90 Will SpaceX's reusable rockets take humanity to Mars?
91 Launch postponed as key component on NASA's next Mars rover springs leak
92 Worried that an asteroid might ruin Christmas? Don't be, NASA says.
93 Enceladus in the limelight: What can a new photo of Saturn's icy moon tell us?
94 Inventive crows caught on camera making tools
95 Department of Energy begins making plutonium destined for deep space
96 Graphene microphone outperforms traditional nickel and offers ultrasonic reach
97 Scientists spot jets from supermassive black hole snacking on a star
98 Not all Canadians feeling the heat of climate change
99 Earth's first ecosystems were more complex than previously thought, study finds
100 Missing link found between turbulence in collapsing star and hypernova, gamma-ray burst
101 John Innes Centre scientists use CRISPR technology to edit crop genes
102 Researchers find new phase of carbon, make diamond at room temperature
103 Looking back 3.8 billion years into the root of the 'Tree of Life'
104 Simulation shows key to building powerful magnetic fields
105 New study reveals what's behind a tarantula's blue hue
106 Advanced new camera can measure greenhouse gases
107 Red clover genome to help restore sustainable farming
108 Study suggests bees aren't the be all and end all for crop pollination
109 Rare fossil of a horned dinosaur found from 'lost continent'
110 Broad, MIT scientists overcome key CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing hurdle
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