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1 How blockchain tech could change the way we do business
2 Is France's unloved AZERTY keyboard heading for the scrapheap?
3 Geldof from rock star to tech entrepreneur
4 Why Facebook has become so important to the sign language community
5 Will India go cashless if mobile payments take off?
6 Would you rent out your home as an office workspace?
7 Needed--facts about broadband
8 Executive exodus at troubled Twitter
9 Faith school places objections to be limited to local parents
10 Minister pledges to maintain student tuition fee grants
11 Pakistan attack: Bacha Khan University briefly reopens
12 More teachers 'need Holocaust training,' say MPs
13 School apologises for 'bread and butter' letter for pupils who forgot lunch money
14 Limit on school admissions objections urged
15 'Concerns' raised before Dylan Seabridge died from scurvy
16 Schools ranked by raw GCSE results for last time
17 Academy scrutiny confused, say MPs
18 More than 400 children under 10 referred for 'deradicalisation'
19 Brighton College scraps uniform code for transgender pupils
20 India is top target for online universities
21 Could the dominance of English harm global scholarship?
22 Changes to English school league tables: Your views
23 Geldof from rock star to tech entrepreneur
24 Are cities the new countries?
25 Zika virus: Outbreak 'likely to spread across Americas' says WHO
26 Osborne and Gates pledge cash to beat malaria
27 Toxic paint levels at playgrounds, research suggests
28 UK is 'vulnerable' to next Ebola outbreak
29 Chronic fatigue syndrome on rise among 16-year-olds
30 Zika virus: Three Britons infected, say health officials
31 Diabetes: Government and NHS too slow to act, say MPs
32 Scotland could add folic acid to flour
33 Infected blood scandal: Government proposes more money for victims
34 Ex-Southern Health worker 'warned bosses of safety failings'
35 Ebola: $5 million vaccine deal announced
36 Sisters help launch cancer study aiming to end chemotherapy
37 Richard Dunwoody among concussion project volunteers
38 Why the government is going sweet on a sugar tax
39 Doctors on the move: Getting healthcare to far-flung places
40 Could a Chinese herb stop you drinking too much?
41 A Point of View: Does cosmetic surgery really make people feel better about their bodies?
42 Is scurvy making a comeback?
43 Brazil Zika: The mothers fearing for their babies
44 A day in the life of a hospital
45 Five faces, one worm: Scientists uncover genetic oddity
46 Oceans absorb twice as much heat as in 1997, scientists say
47 Zinnias bloom on space station: What does it take to grow plants in space?
48 The oceans are heating up more rapidly than we thought. Why that matters.
49 Your home may host 100 different 'quiet and benign' bugs, scientists say (+video)
50 How did 'Snowball Earth' end? Scientists blame underwater volcanos.
51 Temperatures rising: How humanity's heat output affecting our oceans
52 Why are these sea turtles flying south for the winter?
53 How erupting underwater volcanoes ended 'Snowball Earth' and gave rise to life
54 How geckos might show there's no such thing as Spiderman
55 Astronomers befuddled by mysterious flickering star
56 Why does SpaceX keep trying to land rockets on floating barges?
57 NASA films cascading magnetic arches on our sun. What is that? (+video)
58 Stephen Hawking warns of mankind wiping itself out: where to find hope?
59 A new prime number with a staggering, 22 million digits sets record
60 What's different about NASA's new plan for space station deliveries?
61 Where did the British come from? Ancient DNA holds clues.
62 Will East Coast get a 'perfect storm' this weekend? (+video)
63 Does our solar system have a ninth planet? (+video)
64 What does a prehistoric massacre say about humanity? (+video)
65 What Antarctica tells us about hope for life on Mars
66 New Himalayan bird species found by listening to its unique voice
67 Rare and elusive bush dog caught on camera in Panama
68 Bizarre, long-lost tree frog discovered in India: Why its habitat may be in danger
69 Venus flytrap's meat-hunting secret? The little plant can count.
70 Hubble spots 'dazzling diamonds' in space
71 Wilbur Scoville and a hidden passion for chilis at Google
72 Gaian bottleneck: Are we too late to find alien life?
73 'Planet Nine': Could astronomers actually spot it?
74 In historic first, scientists weave nanomaterials into 3-D nanofabric
75 Saving humanity from killer robots starts today, say scientists
76 Why do zebras have stripes? It's not for camouflage, say scientists.
77 How the Namib Desert beetle could help stop frost on airplanes
78 What that mega blizzard looks like from space
79 Are aliens hard to find because they're extinct?
80 Exactly how big was the East Coast blizzard?
81 Number of blizzards doubled in past 20 years, researcher says
82 Spectacular new Hubble photo shows 'Trumpler 14' star cluster
83 Is this the earliest evidence of human warfare?
84 30 years after Challenger disaster, what have we learned?
85 Those record hot years were almost certainly manmade, scientists say
86 Hubble's successor nearly done: Why do we need an $8 billion telescope?
87 Does natural variation explain record heat? 'Extremely unlikely,' scientists say.
88 Zebra stripes not for camouflage, new study finds
89 Beetle-inspired discovery could reduce frost's costly sting
90 Research team identifies rare dinosaur from Appalachia
91 Discovery reveals how protective immune cells protect themselves
92 Many colorectal cancer patients are younger than the recommended screening age
93 Odds are overwhelming that record heat due to climate change
94 Descendants of Black Death confirmed as source of repeated European plague outbreaks
95 Study shows large variability in abundance of viruses that infect ocean microorganisms
96 Lizards camouflage themselves by choosing rocks that best match the color of their backs
97 Crouching protein, hidden enzyme
98 Graphene composite may keep wings ice-free
99 Novel 4-D printing method blossoms from botanical inspiration
100 Scientists shed new light on workings of genetic regulation
101 Study shows animals with larger brains are best problem solvers
102 Study finds shark hotspots overlap with commercial fishing locations
103 Here is the oil in the gulf? FSU researcher takes a look
104 Galaxy cluster environment not dictated by its mass alone
105 Acoustic tweezers moves cells in three dimensions, builds structures
106 O, no: Ozone levels elevated in presence of wildfire smoke
107 Energy harvesting via smart materials