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1 Why exercise might boost your memory
2 Zika virus: Scientists hail vaccine success, human trials to start soon
3 Scientists squeeze last drops of shampoo out of bottle with bio-inspired surface
4 NASA's Juno mission has reached Jupiter and here's why you should care
5 Hole in the ozone layer is finally 'healing'
6 Stone tools tell story of intrepid Polynesian mariners
7 Forests of the sea in Western Australia slashed by marine heatwave
8 Kissing corals and seafloor turf wars captured in detail by underwater microscope
9 Government axes climate department
10 Europe backs lunar drilling technology
11 Predatory dinosaur had tiny arms like Tyrannosaurus rex
12 'Britain's Pompeii' was 'Bronze Age new build' site
13 Microscope observes life of the ocean floor
14 Juno probe returns first in-orbit Jupiter photo
15 Solar Impulse: Zero-fuel plane lands in Cairo
16 'Three centuries' to catalogue all Amazon tree species
17 Flavour changing neutrinos give insight into Big Bang
18 Funding flows for UK's 'revolutionary' Sabre rocket engine
19 Hidden red hair gene a skin cancer risk
20 Climate change: Advisers warn of climate change domino effect
21 Are we too scared of radiation?
22 How China's trawlers are emptying Guinea's oceans
23 Singapore's celebrity urban otter family
24 Pokemon Go unleashed in the UK
25 Tesla Autopilot needs rethink urges US consumer group
26 Robot runs over toddler in shopping centre
27 Sky's 4K line-up includes James Bond and Premier League
28 Cheap ransomware takes files 'hostage'
29 Google hit by fresh European Union anti-trust charges
30 Tesla says autopilot involved in second car crash
31 Blockchain and benefits--a dangerous mix?
32 Amazon tests personalised video ads
33 US sentences Chinese hacker for stealing military information
34 Nintendo shares up more than 50% since Pokemon Go release
35 Google piracy report criticised by music industry
36 Pokemon Go: Trailblazer that could redefine mobile games
37 Line: A guide to Japan's messenger giant
38 How our voices could unlock the connected world
39 Pokemon Go: All you need to know
40 How teddy 'meditech' can play nurse to your toddler
41 Can your smartphone really handle all your finances?
42 Justine Greening appointed new education secretary
43 Free nursery place take-up 'scandalously poor'
44 Student financial support 'not being evaluated' by universities
45 Private tutors 'must face criminal records checks'
46 Action urged over social workers' loads
47 Marriage on the decline as singles rise
48 Cease funding overseas private schools, UK urged
49 Ofsted warning on colleges extremism
50 'Inadequate' Fairford Coln House School placed in special measures
51 Asian maths method offered to schools
52 Church of England plans more schools
53 Sex abuse: Warning over treatment of child 'offenders'
54 Over 40s 'have more babies' than under 20s
55 Online 'university of anywhere' opens to refugees
56 'Top universities to offer full degrees online in five years'
57 Big school decisions waiting for green light from Greening
58 Why not bring back grammar schools?
59 A path through the jungle?
60 MPs rebel by refusing new Ofsted chief
61 Universities take a knock post-Brexit
62 The new Sats: How are they different?
63 Hidden red hair gene a skin cancer risk
64 Pregnancy multivitamins 'are a waste of money'
65 Simpler ovarian cancer testing 'saves lives'
66 Could artificial sweeteners make people more hungry?
67 Thumb-suckers and nail-biters have 'fewer allergies'
68 FGM: 'More community funding needed' to maintain progress
69 Viral hepatitis 'kills as many as Aids or TB'
70 Prostate cancer: Test for inherited risk
71 Fertility treatment 'works for most'
72 Ministers 'looking to impose doctor contract'
73 We need to talk about getting old, says charity
74 Mutant mice become 'super sniffers'
75 Fungal infection 'threat' to human health
76 Why has an Indian state imposed a 'fat tax'?
77 Can you get the benefits of exercise by having a hot bath?
78 Belly fat: What's the best way to get rid of it?
79 'Virtual doctors' helping patients in Zambia
80 Can gardening improve the nation's health?
81 Dead X-ray satellite reveals galaxy cluster surprise
82 Farmed fish drive sea change in global consumption
83 Strange planet has triple sunsets and a super-long year
84 Brexit watch: Scientists grapple with the fallout
85 Beat it, impact factor! Publishing elite turns against controversial metric
86 Clouds get high on climate change
87 Global initiative seeks 1,000 new cancer models
88 Mobile-phone expansion could disrupt key weather satellites
89 'Web of Science' to be sold to private-equity firms
90 How China is rewriting the book on human origins
91 Germany enlists machine learning to boost renewables revolution
92 South Africa's political turmoil endangers research
93 South Africa ushers in a new era for HIV
94 Graphene sheets tear themselves to ribbons
95 Microbiome 'social network' revealed by gene swaps
96 Poor musical taste? Blame your upbringing
97 Brain-data gold mine could reveal how neurons compute
98 Scientists fuming over new pick to lead French agriculture agency
99 Bright light accelerates aging in mice
100 Science's status shifts in new Brexit government
101 Researchers and policymakers are now free to tackle the most-pressing GM issues
102 The people who don't get 'Eleanor Rigby'
103 Fifty shades of pain
104 Watch out for cheats in citation game
105 Policy: Five cornerstones of a global bioeconomy
106 Policy: Marine biodiversity needs more than protection