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1 Marijuana-Like Drugs May Offer Addiction-Free Pain Relief
2 Smash! Super-Stabby Mantis Shrimp Shows Off in Video
3 Moderate Drinking May Have Some Heart Benefits
4 Winning Data Visualizations Reveal Information Is Beautiful
5 Pocket-Size Device Lets You Print from Anywhere
6 Rare Parasitic Infection 'Leishmaniasis' Rising in the US
7 Edward Snowden: New Technology Platforms Could Strengthen Democracy
8 Science of 'Arrival': If Aliens Call, Does Humanity Have a Plan?
9 Will Sci-Fi Bots Write the Next Great Dystopian Novel?
10 Twisters Pop Up in Weird 'Big Bang' Soup
11 Some Heartburn Drugs May Increase Stroke Risk
12 '14 Minutes from Earth' Highlights Perils of Death-Defying Skydive
13 N/A
14 People with Ebola May Not Show Symptoms
15 Here's Why Hostility Could Be Harmful to Women's Hearts
16 New Zealand Cows Stranded on 'Quake Islands' Are Safe, for Now
17 Surprise Find: More than 80 Anglo-Saxon Coffins Uncovered in England
18 Fearsome Malagasy Dinosaur Remained a Pipsqueak Most of Its Life
19 Why Tall Women Should Eat Their Vegetables
20 Teen Depression on the Rise in US
21 Spoil Sprouts: How Little Greens Can Make You Sick
22 Excavations at Shakespeare's Curtain Theatre Reveal Elizabethan Secrets
23 How lack of oxygen makes bacteria cause acne and how to stop it
24 Space telescope duo will showcase the solar system in 3D
25 Extreme weather is behind record lows in butterfly populations
26 Carbon nanotubes turn spinach plants into a living bomb detector
27 Knowing doctors' death rates can't help you avoid a bad surgeon
28 Glasses make face recognition tech think you're Milla Jovovich
29 Plants 'see' underground by channelling light to their roots
30 Sword-slashing sailfish hint at origins of cooperative hunting
31 Court orders UK to take urgent action to reduce air pollution
32 Don't let sugary science skew the battle to regulate junk food
33 What is it like to be a bot? The strange world of telerobotics
34 A bit of disgust can change how confident you feel
35 Make America whole again: how the US can heal its political rift
36 First Australians ate megafauna and used nets for hunting
37 Classic quantum experiment could conceal theory of everything
38 We must do more to stop air strikes on Aleppo's hospitals
39 A huge problem still lurks at the heart of Paris climate deal
40 Drug that stops brain plaques may show if they cause Alzheimer's
41 Desert lizard can sip water from sand through its feet and back
42 Bees collect honeydew from bugs before spring blossoms arrive
43 World is set to warm 3.4íC by 2100 even with Paris climate deal
44 Pasta spirals link neutron stars and the machinery of your cells
45 As US election looms, time is ripe for a new science of polling
46 Could Facebook posts skew your life? It's already happening
47 Ebola rapidly evolves to be more transmissible and deadlier
48 China's Long March 5 heavy-lift rocket takes first flight
49 Binge-watching videos teaches computers to recognise sounds
50 Every 50 cigarettes smoked cause one DNA mutation per lung cell
51 Face electrodes let you taste and chew in virtual reality
52 Mickey Mouse ears may explain universe's biggest explosions
53 Trials planned for GM superwheat that boosts harvest by 20%
54 Time to end the damaging battle over chronic fatigue syndrome
55 Robot surgeon can slice eyes finely enough to remove cataracts
56 Huge lake discovered 15 kilometres under a volcano
57 Sex and dentistry: I made a fellatio prosthetic for my mouth
58 Laser probe lets brain surgeons identify cancer cells with sound
59 Massive sea lizards once hunted plesiosaurs in Antarctica
60 Middle-aged bonobos need reading glasses to groom their friends
61 Strict breastfeeding rules don't work and can hurt young babies
62 Pirate Party: We want our reputation to be more like Robin Hood
63 The perfect cybercrime: selling fake followers to fake people
64 Video-triggered 'brain orgasms' are mysteriously disappearing
65 Controversial India-Japan nuclear deal to be signed this week
66 Hundreds choked in Iraq as toxic smoke sweeps across Mosul
67 A wind turbine's swish may annoy, but it's not hurting anyone
68 Exoplanet hunters are missing 75 percent of two-star worlds
69 ExoMars crash must not mean abandoning next Red Planet rover
70 Humans have purged the bad genes from our Neanderthal hook-ups
71 Speedy bat flies at 160km/h, smashing bird speed record
72 Islands in the sky used as Noah's ark for threatened plants
73 Trump could land fatal blow to the fight against climate change
74 A pause in growth rate of atmospheric CO2 is over--here's why
75 President Trump means we can't escape a dangerously warmer world
76 Inside the weirdly calming world of farming and truck simulators
77 Evidence of 'shaken baby' questioned by controversial study
78 Tiny fingertip camera helps blind people read without braille
79 A new world order is defying the science of polling--what now?
80 I watched a rover search for ancient life on Mars--I mean, Utah
81 Implants hack reflexes to let paralysed monkeys move their legs
82 Forget Trump and Brexit, let's all go live in the internet
83 Dark energy could force the universe to gradually unzip itself
84 The sweet scent of plastic lures seabirds to a dangerous snack
85 Hundreds more species than we thought might be endangered
86 Scouts and Guides grow up to have better mental health at age 50
87 NHS does have the power to give HIV PrEP drug, say judges
88 The psychology that explains how Trump's divisive rhetoric won
89 Abortion could be made illegal in parts of Trump's America
90 Food made from natural gas will soon feed farm animals--and us
91 Using egg leftovers could double the number collected in IVF
92 President Trump's defense deals may spark a nuclear arms race
93 Google DeepMind's AI learns to play with physical objects
94 Trump wants to halt healthcare for 20 million poor US citizens
95 UK red squirrels are carrying leprosy and have been for decades
96 Beagle Mars probe probably didn't crash, new analysis shows
97 Human rights squad detects abuse in warzone social media images
98 Here's how Trump's presidency could be good news for science
99 Trump's election stokes fears of future NSA surveillance abuses
100 Smallest sliver of time yet measured sees electrons fleeing atom
101 Primal fear can blinker our decisions, even in elections
102 First home brain implant lets 'locked-in' woman communicate
103 'I'm more confident': Paralysed woman's life after brain implant
104 Monday's bright supermoon will be closest to Earth in 68 years
105 Bunnies eat toxic leaves to conquer Australia's snowy peaks
106 New Zealand's latest earthquake could trigger a mega-quake
107 2016 now looks dead set to become the hottest year on record
108 Facebook's tech boss on how AI will transform how we interact
109 How high-end virtual reality headsets could lose the cables
110 Spacecraft could taste Europa's sea by sampling its atmosphere