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1 Kissing corals and seafloor turf wars captured in detail by underwater microscope
2 Global map reveals 'unsafe levels' of biodiversity across 58 percent of Earth's surface
3 Quantum computing: Mothball chemical naphthalene helps technology work at room temperature
4 Call for more research into antidepressants and obesity link as rates for both grow
5 X marks the spot at centre of the Milky Way galaxy, indicates NASA's WISE mission
6 Humans and wild birds talk to each other to find honey in Mozambique
7 Solar Impulse: Zero-fuel plane begins final flight
8 Rare bog butterfly flutters back from brink
9 Drought 'shuts down Amazon carbon sink'
10 Tigers maul two women at Beijing wildlife park
11 Super-hard metal 'four times tougher than titanium'
12 Wild birds 'come when called' to help hunt honey
13 Sunburned dolphin spotted in Moray Firth
14 Brain map carves cortex into twice as many areas
15 Vast asteroid created 'Man in Moon's eye' crater
16 UK lab animal numbers holding steady
17 Infrastructure 'still faces flood risk'
18 South Africa's great white sharks 'facing extinction'
19 Poo, soil and toxins: The strangest things animals eat
20 The tech helping Sir Ben's 'flying' boat go even faster
21 Facebook's drones--made in Britain
22 The Mercury 13: Women with the 'right stuff'
23 Are cloned animals born old?
24 Bloodhound Diary: Racing up a mountain of paper
25 Tim Peake, Brexit and the UK space sector
26 Watching Tim Peake return to Earth
27 Tim Peake, Brexit and the UK space sector
28 The end of Yahoo: Why Verizon spent big
29 Ransomware advice service to tackle extortion gangs
30 Piracy site owner settles $50 million lawsuit
31 1.6m Clash of Kings forum accounts 'stolen'
32 Nintendo shares plunge on Pokemon profit fears
33 The legacy of TV's Robot Wars
34 New Gorilla Glass helps prevent phone smashes
35 US law faces legal challenge
36 Players probe Elite game space mystery
37 Snowden designs phone case to spot hack attacks
38 Pokemon Go finally launches in Japan
39 US man jailed over bitcoin fraud scheme
40 Pokemon Go: Where might you catch 'em all in Japan?
41 R.I.P. VHS
42 So you think you chose to read this article?
43 The DIY diabetes kit that's keeping us alive
44 The tech helping Sir Ben's 'flying' boat go even faster
45 Turkey coup: How mobiles beat tanks and saved Erdogan
46 How cinema is striking back against home entertainment
47 Facebook's drones--made in Britain
48 Female students urged to apply for top graduate schemes
49 Girls less confident as they grow older, says Girlguiding
50 Holiday hunger: Parents skip meals to feed children
51 Deaf children "allowed to engage in sexual activity," whistleblower says
52 Deal fairly with students, universities told
53 Sprinting quickens the mind, researchers find
54 Perry Beeches Academy Trust: Critical EFA report delayed
55 The 100 things to do before leaving primary school
56 University tuition fees rise to 9,250 pounds for current students
57 New schools funding scheme to be delayed by a year
58 Early university ambitions pay off, survey suggests
59 Universities announce fees above 9,000 pounds limit
60 South Africa exports online courses back to the West
61 Online 'university of anywhere' opens to refugees
62 Universities want funding clarity on Brexit and fees
63 Big school decisions waiting for green light from Greening
64 Why not bring back grammar schools?
65 Double hand transplant: UK's first operation 'tremendous' success
66 Chlamydia vaccine 'shows promise'
67 Unusual US Zika virus case baffles experts
68 Fracking linked to asthma flare-ups
69 Nigeria Boko Haram: Children starving, warns UNICEF
70 Academies warn Brexit 'damaging science'
71 FGM is child abuse, says UN Population Fund chief
72 Royal College of Nursing concern over fall in district nurses in Wales
73 Public health cuts 'could hamper anti-obesity effort'
74 Zika epidemic will end in three years, study suggests
75 Australian man admits to amateur testicle surgery
76 How do you make a man wear a condom?
77 Why Google DeepMind wants your medical records
78 Woman in Kansas City gives birth to three sets of twins
79 What went on at the hospital that 'experimented' on child patients?
80 Why giving alcoholics free drinks might be a good idea
81 No, the US Isn't Using Vaccine-Laced M&Ms to Save Ferrets
82 Reference: Who Were the Philistines?
83 Pediatricians Should Discuss Sexuality with Kids, Group Says
84 Cutting Calories Can Lower Inflammation
85 SETI Seeks Ideas to Hunt Strange Alien Life-Forms
86 Does Drinking Alcohol Warm Your Body?
87 8-Year-Old's Fossil Discovery Explains Why Turtles Have Shells
88 Tiny 'Atomic Memory' Device Could Store All Books Ever Written
89 Ancient Logbook Documenting Great Pyramid's Construction Unveiled
90 Zika Virus Mystery: New Utah Case Stumps Researchers
91 Solar Plane Zooms Over Egypt's Pyramids on Historic Flight
92 Adorable Mouse Lemur Helps Solve Madagascar Whodunit
93 Why Florida's Recent Earthquake Is So Rare
94 Stem Cells Could Replace Hip Replacements
95 Living Near a Fracking Site May Increase Your Risk of Asthma
96 Book Excerpt: 'This Is Your Brain on Parasites'
97 Empathy Drug? Ecstasy Should Be Clinically Studied, Doctors Say
98 Earth's Tides Can Trigger Earthquakes Along the San Andreas Fault
99 Why Does Using Periods in Text Messages Make You Sound Angry?
100 Unusual Condition Lets People See Sign Language in Colors
101 'Witch' Prison Revealed in 15th-Century Scottish Chapel
102 Many Teens with Diabetes Don't Know They Have It
103 Epidurals: How They've Changed, and How They Work
104 Create 3D Animations with the Stroke of a Pen
105 How High Can Birds Fly?
106 How High Can Insects Fly?
107 Pot Dealers Traced Back 5,000 Years
108 Norovirus at the RNC: Why this Virus Spreads So Quickly
109 Cutting the Weed: Joints Have Less Marijuana than Thought
110 Healthy Kids: Homemade Meals Not Always Best