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1 Will biggest danger from global warming be the change in diets?
2 Shock of good news can hurt your heart as much as grief
3 Rare Australian bird farms nourishing manna from trees
4 Anxious people hear some sounds as more important than they are
5 Explanimator: Does infinity exist in the real world?
6 Oregon becomes the first US state to vote to go coal free
7 Super-stretchy robot skin can become brighter when it bends
8 Exclusive photos: Clouds seen on Pluto for first time
9 Many of world's lakes are vanishing and some may be gone forever
10 Ghostly deep sea octopus filmed at record depth of 4290 metres
11 Galactic collisions doom entire star systems to black-hole death
12 Virtual reality could be an ethical minefield--are we ready?
13 What do chimp 'temples' tell us about the evolution of religion?
14 Orangutan population in Sumatra more than doubles after census
15 Dinosaur-era geckos and chameleons perfectly preserved in amber
16 UTI bacteria use hooks to hang on inside you when you pee
17 ExoMars probe set to sniff out signs of life on the Red Planet
18 A social network built for donating aims to fix slacktivism
19 Mercury once had a graphite crust floating on a sea of magma
20 Urine from premature babies could repair damaged kidneys
21 Farmers may have been accidentally making GMOs for millennia
22 Bionic fingertip gives amputee a feel for different textures
23 China unveils vision of greener future in its five-year plan
24 Banned drug used by Sharapova staved off fatigue in animal tests
25 Facebook learns about the world like kids do--only faster
26 Zika virus disease renamed to reflect range of impacts on fetus
27 Billion-light-year galactic wall may be largest object in cosmos
28 Highest ever annual rise in carbon dioxide levels recorded
29 Hands off our health records, say 1 in 6 UK adults
30 'I'm in shock!' How an AI beat the world's best human at Go
31 Watch the best human player take on the mighty AlphaGo AI at Go
32 Rare Australian bird farms nourishing manna from trees
33 Will biggest danger from global warming be the change in diets?
34 Anxious people hear some sounds as more important than they are
35 Space X reusable rocket won't be reused after heavy landing
36 Blockchain-based microgrid gives power to consumers in New York
37 Shock of good news can hurt your heart as much as grief
38 Sharpshooting spray system cuts crop chemical use
39 Britain gives scientist go-ahead to genetically modify human embryos
40 Prehistoric man enjoyed roasted tortoise appetizers, Israeli archaeologist says
41 Sleep tight: genome secrets could help beat the bedbug's bite
42 Small country, big Universe--Luxembourg aims for space business
43 U.S. private space companies plan surge in launches this year
44 Smart band-aid on the horizon
45 Spacewalking Russian cosmonauts begin work outside space station
46 Russian cosmonauts breeze through spacewalk outside space station
47 Short-legged Oregon arachnid gets 'behemoth' name
48 Ancient wildebeest cousin boasted bizarre dinosaur-like trait
49 Inadequate testing thwarts efforts to measure Zika's impact
50 Italian consortium set to win giant Chile telescope contract
51 Scientists investigate suspected meteorite death in southern India
52 New dinosaur species offers evolutionary clues
53 Snug as a bug: the hated cockroach inspires a helpful robot
54 Genome offers clues on thwarting reviled, disease-carrying ticks
55 Indian scientists express doubt over meteorite death attribution
56 Maths link to future locust dispersal
57 World's top scientists pledge to share all findings to fight Zika
58 Researchers find new Zika clues to birth defect in fetus study
59 NASA delays space station cargo run due to mold on packing bags
60 Ripple effect: scientists await word on gravitational waves
61 Einstein's gravitational waves detected in landmark discovery
62 Scientists bid comet lander Philae farewell after radio silence
63 Cheaper, greener, route to bioplastic
64 Deadly beauty: Amber-entombed flower may have been toxic
65 Solar tower poised to energize market
66 Dogs can read human emotions
67 Europe launches satellite to help track global warming
68 Out of Africa, and into the arms of a Neanderthal
69 China looks to reward academic innovation to drive economic growth
70 Branson's Virgin Galactic moves to return to space race
71 Shift in U.S. sanctions could ground Russian rocket engines: general
72 U.S. could still cancel Raytheon GPS ground system: general
73 Branson's Virgin Galactic unveils new passenger spaceship
74 Latest in smart textiles--a musical tablecloth
75 Ancient armored mammal from Argentina was a huge armadillo
76 Scientists find how 'superbugs' build their defences
77 Thought-controlled prosthetic limbs possibly within reach, scientists say
78 Gorilla born by rare caesarean section delivery at British zoo
79 Satellite operator SES says interested in used SpaceX rocket
80 Telescope used on Armstrong's moon landing finds new galaxies
81 Bird brain? Dodos were not so dumb after all
82 Space projects lured $1.8 billion in venture capital last year: report
83 Apollo 10 astronauts heard 'outer space' music during 1969 moon mission
84 SpaceX delays launch, ocean-landing due to technical issue
85 Virtual reality takes center stage at MWC
86 World's first thermal imaging phone camera
87 Astronaut heading home next week after record-long U.S. spaceflight
88 SpaceX postpones Falcon rocket launch for second straight day
89 Vital to food output, bees and other pollinators at risk
90 Old red dye shows promise as new cancer foe
91 China to launch second space lab in third-quarter: state media
92 Virtual reality 'heroin cave' aimed at helping addicts kick habit
93 Musk's SpaceX rocket launch canceled at final countdown
94 Lockheed unit to help design quieter supersonic passenger jet: NASA
95 Aerojet on track to finish AR1 rocket engine work by 2019: CEO
96 Fifty shades of gray (or more): gene for graying hair identified
97 New satellite program aims to cut down illegal logging in real time
98 Robot roaches to the rescue
99 Wondrous fungus: fossils are oldest of any land-dwelling organism
100 Space station crew back on Earth after record U.S. spaceflight
101 Robotic arm allows 'cyborg drumming'
102 Nanotechnology makes cheap, improved, water filters
103 Hubble telescope's latest find pushes back clock on galaxy formation
104 U.S. loses control of weather satellite, assigns backup: Air Force
105 Aurora Flight Sciences wins $89 million contract for X-plane
106 Scientist George Washington Carver's fungi found in Wisconsin
107 Record-long U.S. spaceflight leaves astronaut feeling sore
108 SpaceX rocket destroyed in failed ocean landing attempt
109 SpaceX launches communications satellite but botches sea landing
110 'Ghostlike' octopus found in Pacific may belong to new species
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