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1 Rwanda's technology revolution helps country forge new path after genocide
2 How online 'influencers' are changing the food industry
3 French Periscope death stirs social media safety fears
4 The plan to ban work emails out of hours
5 Can the 'internet of moving things' end traffic jams?
6 The tech helping us work together wherever we are
7 Term-time holiday court ruling will cause 'confusion'
8 Student unions split on leaving NUS in row over president
9 Student loan calculator overhauled amid criticism
10 Pupils sign 'no fouls' contract to play football at school
11 Tottenham Hotspur and Highgate want to open London school
12 Why do women get more university places?
13 Singapore terms join Oxford English Dictionary
14 Head of under-fire academy trust in Birmingham resigns
15 Poor school buildings 'damaging pupils' health and education'
16 UK 'losing share of international student market'
17 Sats test paper 'leaked by rogue marker'
18 Sats: 'I've told my son not to worry'
19 Helpline takes more calls over exam stress
20 'I'm in charge of worrying'--Teachers taking the stress out of Sats tests
21 Leicester universities' global goals after football triumph
22 Syrian refugee students rebuild from Beirut
23 Dreaming brain rhythms lock in memories
24 Pfizer acts to stop its drugs being used in lethal injections
25 Abortion study: 25% of pregnancies terminated, estimates suggest
26 Shorter treatment 'will help tackle' drug-resistant TB
27 Zika virus 'shrinks brains' in tests
28 Angola's yellow fever outbreak could become 'global emergency'
29 Ombudsman: Patients sent home afraid and with little support
30 Being overweight 'may be less unhealthy'
31 Scientists make 'second skin' to hide wrinkles
32 Balmoral cruise ship: Hundreds on board come down with norovirus
33 Global sleeping patterns revealed by app data
34 Skin bacteria stay 'stable over time'
35 'Bugged mosquitoes' stop Zika spread
36 Do you inherit your parent's mental illness?
37 Disgust junkies: The craze for cyst bursting videos
38 What yoghurt tells us about the obesity fight
39 Paranoia 'reduced with virtual reality'
40 Strange seaweed rewrites history of green plants
41 Open-access index delists thousands of journals
42 NASA jet gets a sniff of pollution over South Korea
43 Transparent film smoothes sagging skin back into shape
44 Researcher under fire for New Yorker epigenetics article
45 Biologists struggle with push to eliminate radioactive caesium in labs
46 The spectrum of sex development: Eric Vilain and the intersex controversy
47 Kepler spacecraft rakes in nearly 1,300 planets
48 Low-cost headsets boost virtual reality's lab appeal
49 Row over proposed Italian biomedical centre intensifies
50 How to hack the hackers: The human side of cybercrime
51 Gene variants linked to success at school prove divisive
52 LHC for quasiparticles reveals material secrets
53 Human-embryo editing now covered by stem-cell guidelines
54 Demotion of science ministry angers beleaguered Brazilian researchers
55 Digital badges motivate scientists to share data
56 Building blocks for 'RNA world' made from simple ingredients
57 Hunt for Big Bang gravitational waves gets $40 million boost
58 White House goes big on microbiome research
59 Underwater archaeologists unearth ancient butchering site
60 Market forces
61 Mothers' milk
62 Smoke out
63 The pressure to publish pushes down quality
64 Embryology policy: Revisit the 14-day rule
65 Natural history: Restore our sense of species
66 Policy: Global standards for stem-cell research
67 Two Hyperloop Companies on Track for Breakthroughs
68 Soft Wearable Bot Does All Your Heavy Lifting
69 Nano-Cars to Race Across Atomic Obstacle Course
70 Swarm Intelligence Picks Kentucky Derby Superfecta
71 'Blade Runner' Device Detects Emotions
72 Smart Wine Bottle Keeps Your Bordeaux Fresh
73 Paralympic Cyclist to Compete On 3D-Printed Leg
74 Mystery of Bizarre Radar Echoes Solved, 50 Years Later
75 Geysers on Saturn Moon Enceladus Hint at Plumbing Mystery
76 Kepler Space Telescope Confirms 1,284 New Planets
77 Atomic Oxygen Detected on Mars
78 Mercury Transit: How We Scaled the Cosmos
79 Mercury Travels Across Our Sun's Face: First Videos
80 Pluto's Moon Coated in Nearly Pure Water Ice
81 Lava Tube Moon Caves Could Protect Astronauts
82 Ancient Humans, Dogs Hunted Mastodon in Florida
83 13 Things You Shouldn't Do on Friday the 13th
84 Fake Jellyfish and Other (Fake) Chinese Delicacies
85 Does Legal Pot Make Roads Less Safe?
86 Bacteria Battle Can Lead to Dandruff
87 Could a President Hillary Reveal UFO Secrets?
88 California Drought May Be Permanent
89 Climate Change May Have Finished Off Neanderthals
90 80 Percent of City Dwellers Breathe Bad Air: UN
91 2040 Forecast Sees Only Slight Fall in Fossil Fuels
92 15 Year Old Didn't Discover Mayan City After All
93 Sustainable Seafood Surging, but Not Everywhere
94 One in Five Plant Species Threatened with Extinction
95 See Earth's Temperature Spiral Toward 2íC
96 Pope Francis Signals Openness to Female Deacons
97 Mummified Fetus from Ancient Egypt Found
98 World's Oldest Ground-Edge Stone Axe Found in Australia
99 Did a Stroke Kill Leonardo da Vinci?
100 Mysterious 'Man in the Iron Mask' Revealed
101 Mysterious Disease in Iconic Wyeth Painting Diagnosed
102 Mysterious Braided Hair May Belong to Medieval Saint
103 Brooklyn's Park's New Staff Members Are Goats
104 5 Ways You Can Protect Your Pet from Lyme Disease
105 Shark Jelly Conducts Electricity
106 Dung Beetles Dance and Take a Snapshot Map of the Sky
107 Arctic Bird Shrinking as Planet Warms
108 Rare Sumatran Rhino Born in Indonesia
109 Dog Fossil Represents New Species of 'Bone Crusher'
110 Starfish Baby Boom Gives Hope Amid Wasting Disease
111 Melting Glacier Reveals Climbers Who Died in '99