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1 Seven healthy heart measures may reduce heart failure risk
2 South Africa's child mortality reduction deemed 'a successful failure'
3 Chinese rover analyzes moon rocks: First new 'ground truth' in 40 years
4 Less financial burden for cancer patients with paid sick leave, study finds
5 By asking, 'what's the worst part of this?' physicians can ease suffering
6 Baghdad seismometer detects car bombs, mortar fire and more during Iraq war
7 Potentially habitable super-Earth discovered orbiting star 14 light years from Earth
8 Penguin-cam reveals how little penguins team up to spot their dinner
9 Astronomers watch the Moon's atmosphere breathe
10 14,000-year-old thighbone renews mystery over identity of 'Red Deer Cave people'
11 El Nino weather: Worries grow over humanitarian impact
12 El Nino weather 'could be as bad as 1998,' says NASA
13 Ebola medical staff given New Year honours
14 National Archives' files reveal what happened to the UK's moon dust
15 Cartilage growing to rebuild body parts 'within three years'
16 Ancient DNA sheds light on Irish origins
17 Ebola outbreak ends in Guinea, says WHO
18 Rare 'corpse flower' blooms in Australia
19 Astronaut Tim Peake's concern for UK floods
20 How chemists plan to sniff out bombs
21 Inmarsat places big contract with Airbus for new satellites
22 Tree-top turbulence helps flapping vultures soar
23 Floods unleash unprecedented criticism
24 A science preview of the year 2016
25 Should we solar panel the Sahara desert?
26 Science: Best long reads of 2015 (part one)
27 Science: Best long reads of 2015 (part two)
28 2015: The year in science and environment
29 OBE for Bletchley campaigner Sue Black
30 AVG's Web TuneUp put millions of Chrome users at risk
31 US military shelves Google robot plan over 'noise concerns'
32 Interstellar is most pirated movie of 2015
33 The top memes and viral videos of 2015
34 Twitter updates cyberbullying restrictions
35 Facebook class action lawsuits to go ahead
36 Google's Schmidt says UK is leader in e-commerce
37 Apple 'to pay 318 million euros' to settle Italy tax fraud case
38 Tech 2015: BBC News Online's biggest technology stories
39 Why is Mark Zuckerberg angry at critics in India?
40 Filipino priest on hoverboard suspended by church
41 2015: The year that angry won the internet
42 Knighthood for philanthropist Jack Petchey
43 Learn a language in 2016, Britons are urged
44 Teachers survey finds more pupils 'going to school hungry'
45 School told atheism does not need 'equal air time'
46 Teachers banned for sex talk and relationships with pupils
47 2015 in review: Education in Northern Ireland
48 Removing Rhodes statue 'moral vanity,' says Tony Abbott
49 Domestic abuse campaign focuses on 'forgotten' children
50 The loneliness of the Christmas volunteer
51 365 days: The science events that shaped 2015
52 Atom-thin 'borophene' joins 2D materials club
53 Magnetic mystery of Earth's early core explained
54 Postdoc dies in lab fire at Tsinghua University
55 Biomedicine wins big in US budget deal
56 US toxic-substances reform moves forward
57 Berkeley releases report on astronomer sexual-harassment case
58 Spread of antibiotic-resistance gene does not spell bacterial apocalypse--yet
59 Italian scientists under investigation after olive-tree deaths
60 The science to look out for in 2016
61 Canada's top scientist faces tough challenge
62 NASA cancels March launch to Mars
63 CERN's next director-general on the LHC and her hopes for international particle physics
64 Feuding physicists turn to philosophy for help
65 Scientific society withholds honour over lab death
66 Hint of new boson at LHC sparks flood of papers
67 Fishy limits
68 Light relief
69 Quantum leap
70 Science and gender: Scientists must work harder on equality
71 Genome-editing revolution: My whirlwind year with CRISPR
72 Christmas Bird Count Has Started: Join?
73 Australian 'Resurrection Plants' Shed Light on Ways to Create Drought-Tolerant Crops
74 Three Sand Flies Actually Represent New Species, Researchers Say
75 Astronaut: Running London Marathon from Space, Anti-Gravity and All
76 Beijing Issues Red Alert for Pollution for First Time
77 Gray Wolf 'Farm' in Minnesota Threatened with Suit; Alleged Wolf-Skinning
78 Dinosaur Evolution: Chanares Formation Suggests Dinosaurs Evolved Rapidly from Ancestors
79 Akatsuki, Japanese Probe, Reaches Venus and Sends Photos
80 Moby Dick Learnings: Adding in Arctic Weather History from Whaling Logs
81 Dogs Posses Self-Consciousness, New 'Sniff Test' Confirms
82 Strange Mosasaur Fossils Reveal Smaller Species Had Binocular Vision and Hunted at Night
83 Ansel Adams' Job is Paying Up to $100K--National Parks Photographer Opening, Here
84 Puppies Born by in Vitro Birth for First Time; Learnings for Gene-Editing Diseases
85 New Building Codes Aim to Protect U.S. from Devastating Tornadoes
86 Australia's Newest Armored Dinosaur Had Parrot Beak and Turtle Ears, Researchers Say
87 Male Crickets Imitate Predator Chirps to Startle Potential Mates into Revealing Location
88 New Fossils from Bighorn Basin Sheds Light on Evolution of Early Carnivorous Mammals
89 Iceland's Major Volcano Eruption Illustrates How Sulfur Aerosols Influence Cloud Formation, Reflect More Sunlight
90 Fat Coral Survives Climate Change?
91 Archaeology: Angkor Wat in Cambodia Was Larger and Different than Thought
92 National Wildlife Refuges and Free Days: Within an Hour of You
93 Cuttlefish Can Elude Sharks with Crafty Arm-Tossing [WATCH]
94 Bison: National Mammal, Says Senate
95 Volcanic Event Triggered Ice Age During the Jurassic Period, Say Researchers
96 Fossil 'Mud Dragons' Shed Light on the Evolution of Body Segmentation in Animals
97 Endangered Amur Tiger: Orphaned Cub Named "Cinderella" Becomes Mother of Two [VIDEO]
98 Sun and Hypernovae: Computer Simulation Opens Up Inner World
99 Tropical Groundwater Resources Benefit from Fewer, but More Intense Rainfall
100 Black Bear Hunting Season Extended by Four Days in New Jersey
101 Lemurs Yak When They Know Others: Social Inheritance from Primates
102 Tree of Life Discovery: Marine Fungi Branched Out, Says New Study
103 Humans Sleep Less than Primates--But We Do that Efficiently?
104 Christmas Trees: Here's Why They're Perfect for the Holiday
105 Pacific Fisher: Comeback Critter in Washington State [WATCH]
106 Greater Vasa Parrots Make Tools to Grind Seashells into Nutritious Calcium Powder
107 Invasive Plant: Artist Uses Kudzu as Primary Material
108 Light Pollution Threatens Success of Coral Spawning, Say Researchers
109 Massive Planet Found 'Dancing' with Dwarf Star, Sun-like Star
110 Six New Clawed Frogs Found in Africa Shed Light On "Lost Ancestor"