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1 It's time to relax the rules on growing human embryos in the lab
2 Deepest water found 1000km down, a third of way to Earth's core
3 SpaceX wants to launch more satellites than are already in orbit
4 Time to stage trials of engineering the atmosphere to cool Earth
5 Coconut crab's bone-crushing grip is 10 times stronger than ours
6 The devoted spider dads who fix up nurseries for their babies
7 Why diet drinks with aspartame may actually help make you fatter
8 Brain stimulation guides people through an invisible maze
9 Africa's tallest tree measuring 81m found on Mount Kilimanjaro
10 Incredible physics behind the deadly 1919 Boston Molasses Flood
11 Bacteria taught to bond carbon and silicon for the first time
12 Being popular is good for health--in monkeys, at least
13 Speech synthesiser translates mouth movements into robot speech
14 Language trends run in mysterious 14-year cycles
15 Making cells ignore mutations could treat genetic diseases
16 Truly global internet access will be a double-edged sword
17 Rare river dolphins get trapped in fishing nets as waters drop
18 India's grand plan to create world's longest river set to go
19 Moon-dust cake mix shows moon may have had water from the start
20 Build green highways for bees to help save vital pollinators
21 AI learns to predict the future by watching 2 million videos
22 We may be able to tap into our memories from infancy
23 Can nation states hit back at cyberattackers with ease? No way
24 New Zealand is the first country to wipe out invasive butterfly
25 Bad memories stick around if you sleep on them
26 Proxima Centauri really does orbit its two bright neighbours
27 Private moon mission plans to revisit Apollo 17 landing site
28 Quitting smoking in your 60s can still boost life expectancy
29 Brexit puts Europe's nuclear fusion future in doubt
30 Polar species spotted in the deep seas of the Mediterranean
31 Jeremy Hunt's magical plan to block sexting is no help for teens
32 Google Translate AI invents its own language to translate with
33 The plan to ban fishing in more than half the world's oceans
34 Parkinson's disease may start in the gut and travel to the brain
35 Is Uber a taxi firm or digital service? European court decides
36 Stop buying organic food if you really want to save the planet
37 UK's first three-parent babies likely to be conceived in 2017
38 Quantum particles seen distorting light from a neutron star
39 Zap to the brain alters libido in unique sex study
40 Early hominin Lucy had powerful arms from years of tree-climbing
41 LIGO turns back on to hunt for more gravitational waves
42 Magic mushroom drug helps people with cancer face death
43 World's first city to power its water needs with sewage energy
44 Dragon lizards fly by grabbing their fold-up wings with 'hands'
45 In Castro's Cuba, this is what life as a doctor was really like
46 Seismic sensing app detects 200 earthquakes in first six months
47 World's highest plants discovered growing 6km above sea level
48 Moral consensus: a CEO should earn five times what workers get
49 Buzz Aldrin evacuated from South Pole after falling ill
50 Concerns as face recognition tech used to 'identify' criminals
51 Bees of the sea: Tiny crustaceans pollinate underwater plants
52 Microbes carve tiny rock homes for their barnacle chefs
53 Whales talk to each other by slapping out messages on water
54 ESA approves 2020 ExoMars rover despite crash earlier this year
55 Europe's green energy policy is a disaster for the environment
56 Zap to the brain alters libido in unique sex study
57 Magic mushroom drug helps people with cancer face death
58 Flitting chemical bond makes giant butterfly molecules
59 Compound in aged cheese extends lifespan of mice and rats
60 Love salt? Studies show why it's so addictive
61 Kelp needs help--it's being destroyed by hungry fish
62 How bird poo makes clouds that help cool the Arctic
63 Ancient amulet's creative secrets uncovered with new technique
64 Australia seesaws back and forth with the seasons
65 This toothpaste-like gel stems uncontrolled bleeding
66 Star-shaped capsule lodges in the gut for long-term drug dose
67 How did Pluto's heavy heart pack on the weight?
68 Mercury's newfound 'great valley' formed as planet cooled, buckled
69 Galactic supercluster found hiding behind Milky Way
70 A recipe for deadly poison dart frog toxin
71 Icy messages from a dead spacecraft
72 Astronomers close in on source of mysterious radio bursts
73 Dino-killing asteroid flipped a patch of Earth's crust inside out
74 New beaked whale species identified
75 Zebrafish extract heals a broken heart
76 Quantum records fall: most entangled photons plus 'twistiest' light
77 Seawater divulges the enigmatic whale shark's genetic secrets
78 Which habitats will thrive or die in acidifying oceans?
79 Light warped by galaxy cluster reveals distant dwarf galaxies
80 Fijian farmer ants sow, fertilise and live in plants in trees
81 Young blood helps heal muscles in old mice
82 Gravity shifts could sound early earthquake alarm
83 Deadly molasses flood surged faster than Olympic sprinters
84 Once started, Antarctica's fastest melting glacier's retreat was unstoppable
85 Algorithm finds best carbon dioxide 'sponges' from a trillion recipes
86 Coconut crab pinches with the force of a tiger bite
87 Why cat tongues make great hairbrushes
88 Digital scans improve 100-year-old embryonic knowledge
89 Mega-earthquakes strike where fault lines are flat
90 Bizarre bubbles: sinking air, floating steel and soapy behemoths
91 Yo-yo dieter? How gut microbes escalate weight gain after loss
92 World War One antiseptic may become 21st century saviour
93 NASA measured 'impossible' EM thrust--but is it really a big deal?
94 New blood spatter models will better reconstruct crime scenes
95 Thin crust hints at moon's watery youth
96 Never go to sleep thinking dark thoughts
97 Rosetta spied shifting dunes on Comet 67P--so how did they form?
98 Platypus venom ingredient may help treat type 2 diabetes
99 Skull fossil shows how whales grew to be largest animals on Earth
100 Lucy's bone scans point to life in the trees
101 Why do we land on our heels when other animals walk on their toes?
102 Feasts in Iron Age Anatolia drove demand for Cypriot-style ceramics
103 Runaway cooling piled weight on Pluto's icy heart: study
104 Magnetic pulses to the brain bring back 'forgotten' memories
105 Brain scans and algorithms combine to diagnose concussion
106 The nose knows: fake dog snouts upgrade bomb detectors
107 Hefty baby galaxy found growing in soup of cold cosmic gas
108 Origins of Human: How the Neanderthals Influence the Modern Day Human [Video]
109 Scientists Make Paralyzed Monkey Walk Using Wireless 'Brain-Spine Interface'
110 Three Australian Books Made a Remarkable Impact Around the World