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1 Mars at tail-end of ice age that would have seen red planet covered in ice
2 Morphine could make chronic nerve pain worse and slows recovery, study on rats suggests
3 Ancient rice 'first evidence' Madagascan ancestors crossed Indian Ocean from South-East Asia
4 Asteroids delivered bulk of the Moon's water, study finds
5 Cortex gene responsible for color of both bright tropical butterflies and black moths
6 Jupiter: Radio map shows planet's stormy weather has deep roots
7 Dark radiation may be causing universe to expand faster than expected
8 New DNA technology confirms Aboriginal people as first Australians
9 Super-female bearded dragons 'more male than males'
10 Hobbit discovery: Hopes 700,000-year-old find could shed new light on evolution
11 Spread of human disease from animals mapped
12 Solar Impulse flies over night-time New York
13 Would Brexit compromise the future of UK science?
14 Light pollution 'affects 80% of global population'
15 Extraterrestrial honour for UK astronaut Tim Peake
16 Nobel prize winners warn leaving EU poses 'risk' to science
17 Experiment 'turns waste CO2 to stone'
18 Petra, Jordan: Huge monument found 'hiding in plain sight'
19 Hobbit find shows tiny humans shrank 'rapidly'
20 MPs criticise government over flood protection plans
21 Surprising global origins for regional food favourites
22 Record-breaking Arctic tern migration secrets revealed
23 Gotthard tunnel: World's longest and deepest rail tunnel opens in Switzerland
24 Corruption soils Afghanistan's bright blue treasure
25 Gene editing technique could transform future
26 Some lifeforms may have been alive since the dinosaur era
27 How cancer was created by evolution
28 'Harmful' robot aims to spark AI debate
29 Huge spam and malware network goes offline
30 E3: FIFA 17 story mode revealed at EA event
31 UK facing 'digital skills crisis' warn MPs
32 E3 2016 Gaming extravaganza boots up in LA
33 Team17 founder Debbie Bestwick made MBE
34 Twitter locks accounts after log-ins go on sale
35 Raspberry Pi pioneer gets birthday honour
36 Nokia no longer the butt of tech jokes
37 Permanent ban for the Division game cheats
38 Hillwalkers urged use maps and not just GPS
39 Why do they love electric cars in the Arctic Circle?
40 Is Facebook doing enough to stop private gun sales?
41 Tutors become part of the app culture
42 Why the future office will be as much about fun as work
43 Iran-Saudi tensions erupt in 'cyberwar'
44 The digital nomads making the world their office
45 A peek behind the curtain at GCHQ
46 UK facing 'digital skills crisis' warn MPs
47 Amanda Spielman chosen as new Ofsted chief
48 Special needs units risk closure in shake-up, say heads
49 Ministers 'have no plan to address teacher shortages'
50 Thousands of bright pupils let down, says Ofsted
51 Student doubts rise over university value for money
52 Teachers' subject training 'too brief,' MPs hear
53 Gaps in A-level take-up revealed
54 University pays $20,000 to ransomware hackers
55 Harassment: Girls 'wear shorts under school skirts'
56 Ofsted finds too many Northamptonshire schools are 'not good enough'
57 Southampton school U-turn over euro 2016 early closing
58 First fairytale festival to be held in Selkirk
59 Women 'nearly twice as likely to have anxiety' as men
60 Tutors become part of the app culture
61 The gay Cuban-American breaking barriers in Washington
62 New treatment can 'halt' multiple sclerosis, says study
63 Birthday honours: Mitochondrial disease doctor recognised
64 Light pollution 'affects 80% of global population'
65 Three-person babies IVF technique 'safe'
66 Women over 50 'putting off cervical screening test'
67 Study says a major blood cancer is 11 distinct diseases
68 NHS baby death probes 'not good enough'
69 Cardiac 'bruising' may predict worse heart attack
70 Cancer needs Ebola-level action--Biden
71 Olympic Games: World Health Organization to conduct Zika examination
72 New blood test targets depression
73 NHS watchdog to weigh cost of HIV prevention drug Prep
74 Bubbly drink trial 'to boost cancer therapy'
75 Artificial Intelligence 'outsmarts cancer'
76 'There's no point giving free cancer drugs to Africa'
77 Viewpoint: Why blood transfusions are still giving Indians HIV
78 Gene editing technique could transform future
79 Muhammad Ali: Boxer's battle with Parkinson's
80 Peering at Great Pyramid: How high-tech scanners change archaeology
81 Zooplankton? No thanks. Some baby fish now prefer plastic, say scientists
82 Luxembourg woos would-be asteroid miners with $223-million program
83 Satellite imagery helps NASA find unreported sources of air pollution
84 How will US regulate private space travel?
85 Is massive magma build-up in New Zealand the start of a new volcano?
86 China: US should do more to help poor countries on climate change
87 Shocking discovery: Electric eels can leap from water when threatened
88 How did farming spread across Stone Age Europe? Two paths found.
89 Why is Europe trying to ban American lobsters? (+video)
90 US set to approve private moon mission
91 LISA Pathfinder mission: Hunting for gravitational waves in space
92 What does a black hole actually look like? An algorithm for a portrait
93 Can your pet fish recognize your face? Why scientists say, yes. (+video)
94 Aussie snorkeler snaps photo of a fish inside a jellyfish
95 Florida reels in annual infestation of sea lice (+video)
96 Can asteroids be turned into self-driving spaceships?
97 Did dinosaurs need to die for mammals to thrive?
98 What can bison fossils teach us about the original American migrants?
99 Who were the real-life 'hobbits'? 700,000-year-old fossils hold clues (+video)
100 Scientists spot black hole devouring cold, clumpy gas
101 Periodic table to add four manmade elements. What should we call them?
102 Moon first, then Mars? Congress moves to shift space priorities.
103 Scientists turn CO2 to stone in just two years: a solution for climate change? (+video)
104 Surprise! Hundreds of trillions of fish are glowing right now
105 Could the world's ugliest color discourage smoking?
106 El Nino has runs its course. But did it end California's drought?
107 New technology reveals enormous hidden monument in Petra, Jordan
108 A third of humanity can't see the Milky Way. What can we do to fix that?
109 Why is this star killing its own planet?
110 Countdown to arrival at Jupiter: What will Juno find?
111 Shipwreck miners hit gold--and something more exciting
112 Greenland is heating up, and so could its tourism
113 How Panama's indigenous peoples are using drones to save the rainforest
114 Solar plane makes it across the US. Next stop: Europe
115 World's most powerful rocket launches US spy satellite into orbit
116 'Arctic amplification' to blame for Greenland's ice melt, scientists say
117 SpaceX's Elon Musk outlines plans for 'cargo route to Mars' (+video)
118 Could the United Arab Emirates help NASA reach Mars?
119 Archaeologists uncover hidden medieval cities in Cambodia