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1 Tropical invaders, heat waves and pollution take toll on Australia's kelp forests
2 Bright radio burst detected by Parkes telescope sheds light on the Universe's cosmic web
3 Concrete products reabsorb nearly half CO2 released in cement manufacture
4 Skin patch measures sweat to check your health
5 Gut microbes linked to movement disorders in mice predisposed to Parkinson's disease
6 Europe ministers debate space future
7 Trump's environment plans could spark opposition
8 Space station supply craft 'burned up'
9 Buzz Aldrin 'in good spirits' after South Pole evacuation
10 'Diet is global food policy's elephant in the room'
11 Europe space ministers meet to decide Mars rover plan
12 Private plan to send Moon rover to Apollo 17 site
13 Earth warming to climate tipping point, warns study
14 Curbing immigration spells 'disaster' for science
15 Saturn mission approaches tour finale
16 EU energy use to fall by 30% under new efficiency plans for 2030
17 'Predator of the deep' or gentle giant?
18 Bletchley Park: 'Codebreakers school' planned for site
19 Why the Stone Age could be when Brits first brewed beer
20 IR8: The miracle rice which saved millions of lives
21 Asteroids are not the only threat to life from space
22 All you need to know about nature deficit disorder
23 In the future, will farming be fully automated?
24 New Zealand quake: The cut-off tourist town of Kaikoura
25 UK nuclear fusion lab faces uncertain future
26 TalkTalk and Post Office routers hit by cyber-attack
27 Nokia dials back time to sell mobile phones again
28 Pebble smartwatch users fear 'Fitbit takeover'
29 Toddler hand inspired AI child sex abuse tool
30 Avalanche: Online crime network hit in global operation
31 Airbnb announce plans to block hosts exceeding 90-day rental limit
32 Spyware tracks child sex abuse site users
33 'Fatal' flaws found in medical implant software
34 Reddit moves against 'toxic' Trump fans
35 Landline phone prices review launched by Ofcom
36 Netflix to allow TV and movie downloads
37 GoPro makes cutbacks after drone crashes
38 The many ways lasers help us see the world more clearly
39 Are 'business dates' a new way of networking?
40 What if your smartphone is out of touch?
41 Nokia dials back time to sell mobile phones again
42 National Teaching Service dropped, government confirms
43 Art history A-level saved at last minute
44 School performance link to Brexit vote, says Ofsted boss
45 More than 250,000 are homeless in England--Shelter
46 Muslim families sending children to Catholic schools
47 Christmas card printing firm Schoolcardshop ceases trading
48 Tax credit benefit removals criticised by MPs
49 Thousands of children 'missing' from education
50 Young women 'shut out of jobs market' by lack of support
51 Senior MPs call for compulsory sex education
52 New nursing apprentice role announced
53 Singapore tops global education rankings
54 Ben Carter's Tommee Tippee cup search 'incredible' success
55 Welsh teenagers learn from South Korea school swap
56 10 ways to be the cleverest country
57 Shouldn't lectures be obsolete by now?
58 Teaching primary school children about mental health
59 Is it OK to charge for nativity plays?
60 Detentions--a nightmare for everyone?
61 'I got to know death': Syrian youths start again in London
62 Apprenticeships: Quantity, not quality
63 'It is time to make' three-person babies
64 UK has 'first sexually transmitted Zika'
65 Kansas sperm donor to same-sex couple not liable for child support
66 HIV vaccine: Clinical trial begins in South Africa
67 Philip Morris could stop making conventional cigarettes
68 Ambulances 'too slow to reach 999 calls'
69 Thousands 'miss out on stroke treatment'
70 Sleep deprivation 'costs UK 40 billion pounds a year'
71 Former US banker Steve Mnuchin confirms he will be US treasury secretary
72 'No solid evidence' for IVF add-on success
73 Ebola nurse banned for hiding Pauline Cafferkey's high temperature
74 Healthy women should take breast cancer pill, says NICE
75 Predatory bacteria can wipe out superbugs, says study
76 Transgender child: The boy putting his female puberty on hold
77 HIV myths 'endure from the 1980s'
78 How safe is the cosmetic surgery boom?
79 Zambia's HIV 'warrior' MP taking on taboos
80 World's oldest person Emma Morano celebrates 117th birthday
81 Ex-big pharma executive behind OxyContin sells medical marijuana
82 Hopes for new Alzheimer's drug dashed
83 Is the moon's gravity lopsided?
84 NASA's fuel-less EmDrive thruster: Viable propulsion solution or sci fi?
85 Astronomers spot faint dwarf galaxy nearby. Why did they miss it before?
86 Spacecraft Fire Experiment-II seeks to answer a burning question
87 New Zealand reef, raised by massive quake, provides new insights (+video)
88 What color was this dinosaur? Keratin discovery yields long-lasting clues
89 Does acting macho make men miserable?
90 Spotted on Mars: Underground ice layer big enough to cover New Mexico
91 Did the Mars Spirit rover just find signs of past life?
92 Stephen Hawking says we have just 1,000 years left on Earth. Is he right?
93 How did an octopus end up in a parking garage?
94 Watery mission: SpaceX and NASA join forces on 2021 monitoring project
95 What secrets will this Saturn probe's ring-grazing death reveal?
96 Were native Americans raising turkeys long before the first Thanksgiving?
97 Dodo skeleton auctioned off for $430,000. Why does the bird fascinate?
98 Thanksgiving 2050: To feed the world we have to stop destroying our soil
99 Does your dog remember what you did?
100 Could this crab have the most crushing claws?
101 The world's first known farmers weren't humans, but Fijian ants
102 Unusual Lake Ontario 1872 shipwreck identified as Black Duck
103 Carbon-silicon bonds: Is this a new model for alien life?
104 Can NASA whip up the perfect breakfast for deep-space travel?
105 Einstein's speed of light theory tested: Did he get it wrong?
106 Great Barrier Reef coral die-off reaches tragic, new record (+video)
107 How Trump's scale-back on NASA climate science could hurt Maine
108 Why water remains frozen at boiling point in carbon nanotubes
109 Scientists finally decode the Great Molasses Flood of 1919
110 Cassini draws near to Saturn--and the end of its own life