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1 Prehistoric porridge? First pots for plant cooking found
2 Laser helps unlock antimatter secrets
3 Iron 'jet stream' detected in Earth's outer core
4 UK fishing industry 'will need EU market access' post Brexit
5 'Phone seismometers' prove their worth
6 Antarctic 'pole of ignorance' finally addressed
7 Mexico bid to save world's smallest vaquita porpoise
8 Road-free areas need better protection, study says
9 Former NASA chief scientist says access to federal data is critical
10 Earth's driest desert once had lakes
11 Light pollution dampens urban robins' song
12 Sentinels map Earth's slow surface warping
13 'Dead or alive' cat in physics top 10
14 Toronto 'guerrilla' archivists to help preserve US climate data
15 Bloodhound Diary: A 'Great' message to share
16 Tweet when you vomit: It's your duty
17 The women scientists who took India into space
18 Oil change? Fossil fuel advocate to run State department
19 Tweet with flashing images sent to epileptic writer
20 Computing GCSE 'leaves girls and poorer students behind'
21 Super Mario Run reviews hit Nintendo share price
22 Cuba announces home internet trial scheme in Havana
23 Turkey blocks access to Tor anonymising network
24 Insurers handling 'hundreds' of breach claims
25 Apple fights back with appeal against EU Irish tax ruling
26 Uber defies demand to cease self-driving
27 PayAsUGym user details compromised in hack attack
28 Tech Tent: Can Facebook foil the fakers?
29 Decent broadband 'denied' to millions in UK
30 Meat and potato pie 'sent into space' from Wigan
31 Hacking: Truth or treason?
32 Could your unused space make you money?
33 The risks and rewards of live streaming
34 Could robots be marking your homework?
35 Indus OS: India's multi-lingual operating system
36 Computing GCSE 'leaves girls and poorer students behind'
37 Child abuse 'affects health decades later'
38 Redacted Bailey Gwynne school death report published
39 Private college pays student for slow marking
40 Pembrokeshire 'misconduct' head Irwyn Wilcox sacked
41 Grammars 'will not boost poorest pupils' science grades'
42 Children 'left at risk by government reform delay'
43 Homeless Christmas faced by 117,000 children
44 London school's towering performance in Pisa tests
45 Trinity College Cambridge given 'extraordinary' book collection
46 Ignore school league tables, head teachers urge parents
47 University lowers entry grades for disadvantaged
48 Duchess donates 'extraordinary' book trove to college
49 Women's concentration 'less disrupted by music'
50 Pregnancy alters woman's brain 'for at least two years'
51 Heimlich manoeuvre inventor dies aged 96
52 Tweet with flashing images sent to epileptic writer
53 Australian court increases fine over 'misleading' Nurofen
54 Babies made from three people approved in UK
55 Send heavy drinkers for liver scan, GPs told
56 Extra baby scan 'spots brain problems'
57 Sugary drinks tax 'will benefit children most'
58 Six pharmaceutical firms accused of price-fixing
59 Woman has baby using ovary frozen in childhood
60 'Gender-biased infections' may exist
61 Snapchat spectacles worn by UK surgeon while operating
62 Pokemon Go: Exercise impact 'short-lived'
63 Mums against meme trolls
64 Blood bikers: The volunteer motorcyclists who help the NHS
65 Celebrity diets--do they work?
66 Scientists find a feathery dinosaur tail trapped in amber
67 What's a Christmas bird count?
68 Spiny lobsters tap into a strange food source, scientists say
69 The secret to understanding Saturn's C ring? Dust.
70 What do you get when you mix Silly Putty with graphene?
71 Why can't monkeys talk like us? Their vocal tract might not be the problem.
72 Why this Japanese space mission comes with a 2,296-foot whip (+video)
73 New nanogenerator may lead to human-powered smartphones
74 Glitch delays launch of hurricane-watching microsatellites
75 'Extraordinarily brilliant light' may have been star shredded by a black hole
76 At last, scientists say they have solved the 1952 London fog mystery
77 No danger seen from Fukushima 'fingerprint' on US West Coast
78 Astronomers discover alien planet with clouds made of jewels
79 Hidden lakes in glaciers point to further Antarctic melting
80 Is Earth ready for an incoming asteroid? Not at all, says NASA scientist.
81 Can you tell where a bird is from just by looking at its wings?
82 L.A. to Sydney in 3 hours? Could be, with a space-grazing hypersonic jet.
83 Mars may have supported life for hundreds of millions of years
84 The Big Melt: Arctic receives failing grades on NOAA's annual report card
85 How much can we learn about a human ancestor from one footprint?
86 Copying countdown: How scientists plan to save climate data from Trump
87 Ancient Greek 'backwater' actually a bustling metropolis, research shows
88 New whale call, dubbed 'Western Pacific Biotwang,' discovered in Mariana Trench
89 What makes the seahorse so unique?
90 Ceres on ice: Scientists confirm vast stores of frozen water inside dwarf planet
91 How to secure health by tracking mosquitos
92 World's biggest diamonds may unlock mysteries of Earth's mantle, say geologists
93 Axial Seamount: A model for predicting volcanic eruptions?
94 Mysterious and rare ghost shark caught on video
95 Eriovixia gryffindori: Not the only critter with Harry Potter heritage
96 Astronomers spot 'planet-eating' star similar to our own sun
97 How NASA's CO2 simulation could boost climate science
98 Newly discovered 'Jimi Hendrix' plant imperiled by development
99 'Ziggy Stardust' snakes and 'Klingon' newts: 150 new species found in Mekong region
100 Shark-eating orcas: A window into speciation?
101 Trump Chooses Climate Denier for Secretary of Interior
102 Why Don't Monkeys Talk like Us?
103 Flexible Film Captures Energy from Motion
104 Age-Old Problem: River in Jordan Polluted by Copper 7,000 Years Ago
105 Ancient Marsupial Relative May Have Eaten Little Dinosaurs
106 Benefits of 'Kangaroo Mother Care': Do They Last?
107 1 in 6 Americans Takes a Psychiatric Drug
108 ISIS May Face War-Crime Charges for Destruction of Historic Sites
109 No Need to Delay Getting Pregnant After Miscarriage, Study Suggests
110 What Doomed Franklin's Polar Expedition? Thumbnail Holds Clue