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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 is almost at Jupiter and here's why you should care
5 Hole in the ozone layer is finally 'healing'
6 Juno mission: British rocket engine ready for Jupiter task
7 Late scientist Tom Kibble wins award for particle work
8 'Healing' detected in Antarctic ozone hole
9 Call to assure status of EU scientists in UK post-Brexit
10 Climate change: UK backs world-leading climate target
11 Rosetta comet probe given termination date
12 Amazon fires: Humans make rainforest more flammable
13 Paul Nurse: 'Research needs free movement to thrive'
14 Heady days for ocean surface mappers
15 Environmental Photographer of the Year winners announced
16 World class science 'will endure' in UK after Brexit
17 N/A
18 We know where the world's loneliest species came from
19 Alvin Toffler: What he got right--and wrong
20 Inside Britain's secret weapons research facility
21 US opens investigation into Tesla after fatal crash
22 Brazil blocks Facebook funds in WhatsApp row
23 Oracle ordered to pay $3 billion damages to HP
24 BMW and Intel plan robot car production
25 British Gas offers free electricity at weekends
26 Oculus chief latest social media hack victim
27 Apple patents concert camera blocker
28 Hajj pilgrims to be given e-bracelets
29 New delay for NHS 24 computer system roll out
30 Facebook wins appeal on Belgian tracking
31 The father of trending: Abdur Chowdhury
32 Could your smartphone also save your family's life?
33 Brexit: Berlin eyes Britain's tech talent
34 Wife cake and evil water: The perils of auto-translation
35 Snap, swipe, like: The mobile future of fashion retail
36 Brexit: Tech leaders try to paint bright Brexit future
37 Angela Rayner appointed shadow education secretary
38 European referendum: Pupils 'fear being forced out'
39 Approved Knowsley sixth form closure ends A-level provision
40 Isle of Wight Council can fight school holiday ruling
41 Pat Glass resigns as Labour education shadow secretary
42 New Ofsted boss quizzed on lack of teaching experience
43 More English schools rated good or outstanding by Ofsted
44 Italian PM suggests UK students could have EU passports
45 School population rises by 121,000
46 Three quarters of children's services weak, Ofsted says
47 Funding honoured for EU students in UK
48 Pat Glass appointed Labour's education shadow secretary
49 Beijing 'alley homes' used to secure school places
50 Dancing can bring people together, say researchers
51 University of food awards 'Nobel prize for chefs'
52 'Virtual doctors' helping patients in Zambia
53 Syrian refugees missing school in Turkey
54 Singapore leads the way for workplace skills
55 Peake practice--boosting primary science
56 Biff, Chip and Kipper books: 30 years of teaching children to read
57 'Civil war' in immune system can fight disease
58 Brexit 'will make NHS staff shortages worse'
59 'Bath daily' advice for eczema children
60 Zika-damaged babies could appear normal, says study
61 Zika vaccine 'works very well' in mice
62 US Healthcare records offered for sale online
63 Playing card games aids stroke recovery
64 Helium discovery a 'game-changer'
65 Euro 2016: Football alcohol adverts seen 'once a minute'
66 Abortion demand 'soars' amid Zika fear
67 Ginger and acupressure 'options for morning sickness'
68 BBC's Caroline Wyatt 'determined' after MS diagnosis
69 Elite tennis players have 'beefed up'
70 Office cake culture is 'danger to health'
71 'Virtual doctors' helping patients in Zambia
72 Microcephaly in Brazil: The battle to survive the first year
73 Inside Britain's secret weapons research facility
74 Butterfly effect--how a mother's loss opened the conversation on baby death
75 Angola's front line against yellow fever
76 Reference: Facts About Ocelots
77 May Was Planet's Hottest Month on Record, NASA Says
78 'Twisty' Molecule Essential to Life Spotted in Deep Space for 1st Time
79 Why Are Cats Such Picky Eaters?
80 The Science of Mass Shooters: What Drives a Person to Kill?
81 Procrastinators Beware: Insomnia Linked with Putting Things Off
82 High-Tech Toothbrush Corrects Common Brushing Errors
83 Gravitational Wave Detector Finds Double Colliding Black Holes--Again (Woot!)
84 Get in the Action: 'Transformers' Director Tackles Virtual Reality
85 Male Fiddler Crabs Entrap Females in Their Bachelor Pads
86 Toddler Snatched by Alligator: How Dangerous Are Florida's Reptiles?
87 Apple's New App: Can Deep Breathing Lower Stress?
88 Andrea Doria: Sub Reveals Images of the 'Mount Everest of Shipwrecks'
89 Sharks' Evening 'Rush Hour' Discovered
90 Losing Control: The Dangers of Killer Robots (Op-Ed)
91 Frog Embryos Speed-Hatch to Escape Danger
92 Reference: Facts About Orangutans
93 The Secret Behind Birds' Brainy Feats Revealed
94 Memory-Boosting Trick: Exercise After Learning
95 Centuries-Old Shipwreck Recreated with 3D Printing
96 Search for Another King Under a Parking Lot Begins
97 Antarctic CO2 Hit 400 PPM for First Time in 4 Million Years
98 Caffeine's 'Boost' Disappears When You're Extremely Sleep-Deprived
99 ISIS Plays 'Evolutionary Game' to Avoid Online Shutdown
100 When Lemurs Sing, Young Males Follow a Different Beat
101 Sex with 2 Partners Before Marriage Raises Divorce Risk
102 Heave-Ho! Stonehenge Experiment May Show How Monument Was Built
103 Finding Dory's Underwater Clan in the Real World
104 Rare Bronze Wing from Roman Sculpture Uncovered in England
105 'Cosmic Watch' App Lets You Track Stars and Planets in Real Time
106 The Best Gifts for Science Geeks
107 Gospel of Jesus's Wife Likely a Fake, Bizarre Backstory Suggests
108 Music Festival Season Is Here: How to Avoid Dangerous Health Problems
109 Life with a Shooter: Science Explores Killers' Family Lives
110 'Perfect Storm' of Humans and Climate Change Doomed Ice Age Giants