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1 UK will struggle to meet climate target if fracking goes ahead
2 New railway threatens Nairobi's unique urban wildlife park
3 Wallaby wearable tech probes how light pollution affects sleep
4 Time for more 2016: leap second will be added to year's end
5 Three-parent-babies might have health problems in later life
6 Cochlear implants boosted by gene therapy plus tiny LEDs
7 Founders of Western civilisation were prehistoric dope dealers
8 Memories of favourite locations have a special place in brain
9 Biggest ever die-off of ocean forests triggered by warming seas
10 Watch a cyborg stingray made of rat heart cells swim using light
11 Antibiotic resistance discovered in the guts of ancient mummies
12 Perfect storm hits Taiwan as China sees worst floods in 20 years
13 Secret sexual liaisons explain mystery of night-singing birds
14 Evolutionary forces are causing a boom in bad science
15 Why granny's only robot will be a sex robot
16 Mystery of 101-year-old master pianist who has dementia
17 Pokemon Go is massive data-gathering, augmented reality hit
18 Our universe could be reborn as a bouncing baby cosmos
19 Water waves travel back in time to retrace their ripples
20 Pomegranate by-product boosts muscles and may fight aging
21 Next PM Theresa May often demands the scientifically impossible
22 Monkey stone tools in Brazil pre-date discovery of Americas
23 Setbacks force HIV researchers to focus on remission, not cures
24 Soil organisms alone can determine which plants grow where
25 Resurrected radio dish could guide GPS on the moon
26 Climate change may not be all bad for UK's economy, report says
27 Silencing 'Spider-Man gene' makes flies stick to walls and die
28 Mystery of what sleep does to our brains may finally be solved
29 Toxic algal bloom triggers state of emergency in Florida
30 Never-before-seen sea creatures filmed in world's deepest abyss
31 Trick or tweet, or both? How social media is messing up politics
32 US could be set to tackle opioid painkiller epidemic at last
33 Watch the first ever footage of wild coral kissing and fighting
34 Hundreds of mystery human skulls sold on eBay for up to $5500
35 Cattle-herding robot Swagbot makes debut on Australian farms
36 Milky Way's bulge may have been formed by the galaxy buckling
37 Driverless cars learn from landscape pics before going off-road
38 One Per Cent
39 Computer says no? Europeans can now challenge that decision
40 Donald Trump is bending reality to get into the American psyche
41 Will AI's bubble pop? Deep learning's hype machine in overdrive
42 The musical harmonies you like depend on where you're from
43 Baby star illuminates icy wall between rocky planets and giants
44 Graphene sheets open like a flower's petals when poked
45 T. rex lookalike suggests that tiny arms developed for a purpose
46 Gorillas may have evolved a way to beat a cheating berry plant
47 Five incredible things we know about Pluto since 2015's fly-by
48 Pokemon Go away: Who owns the augmented reality we play in?
49 Largest-ever map of 1.2 million galaxies measures dark energy
50 Too much light weakens bones and changes immune system
51 Saving the ozone layer is warming the planet but it can be fixed
52 Meet the philosopher ducklings that indulge in abstract thought
53 Lung bacteria's sense of touch tells them when to turn nasty
54 What Theresa May's new cabinet really means for climate change
55 Are your sperm up to scratch? Phone microscope lets you check
56 First evidence that GM mosquitoes reduce disease
57 Are humans still evolving? Growing evidence suggests we are
58 Baby stars grow big and strong by eating their own burst bubbles
59 Mysterious swoosh caused by pulsars hugging companions close
60 Smarter police interviews could help reduce racial tension
61 Kiss of death marks young ant rivals for worker kill squad
62 Hololens augmented reality to foil hack attacks in factories
63 How to become a citizen archaeologist tracking Stone-Age Britons
64 SpaceX launches DNA sequencer and new docking port to the ISS
65 Einstein's clock: The doomed black hole to set your watch
66 Thousands of fMRI brain studies in doubt due to software flaws
67 Obese grandfathers pass on their susceptibility to junk food
68 Russia engaged in 'state-directed' Olympic doping, finds probe
69 Starving bald eagle chicks hint at ecosystem collapse in Florida
70 Hummingbirds' unique way of seeing prevents them from crashing
71 How to expose a fake nuke without revealing what's inside
72 Well-travelled chimps more likely to pick up tools and innovate
73 Humans decimating the diversity of life should worry us all
74 Next-gen Mars orbiters to help human missions become more real
75 Do more now to deliver on climate promises, world leaders told
76 Fossils, islands and forests added to UNESCO World Heritage List
77 Dingo cannibalism makes for a dog-eat-dog world in Australia
78 Planet Nine may have tilted entire solar system except the sun
79 UK's 1 billion pounds cut to carbon storage could cost 30 billion pounds
80 Boozy primates seek out nectar with the highest alcohol content
81 First superatom molecules pave way for new breed of electronics
82 Menopause reversal restores periods and produces fertile eggs
83 Stitching a drone's view of the world into 3D maps as it flies
84 Let's ditch the idea that only home-cooked food is good for kids
85 Baidu uses millions of users' location data to make predictions
86 Meet the robot champion being house-trained in a Korean lab
87 Brain training game for troops tackles effects of combat trauma
88 Should people who are not terminally ill have the right to die?
89 Self-destructing bacteria are engineered to kill cancer cells
90 One part of Antarctica has been cooling since 1998--here's why
91 Error fix for long-lived qubits brings quantum computers nearer
92 Bees spew water at their hive-mates when the temperature rises
93 Dark matter no-show puts favoured particles on death row
94 Huge boom in teen HIV cases could cause epidemic to spiral
95 Eating each other's feces helps earwig young survive famine
96 AI needs oversight--time to set standards for autonomous tech
97 Hubble telescope looks back in time to see far-off galaxies
98 City slicker monkeys are overweight and have high cholesterol
99 Mars rover Curiosity gets licence to shoot its laser at will
100 Double hand transplant carried out in the UK for first time
101 Alcohol linked to at least seven cancers--not just liver cancer
102 Hunting for Mars-like life a kilometre below Earth's surface
103 No more space race rhetoric: it's not just about the US any more
104 Sanders turns the heat up to make Clinton a real climate champ
105 Dragnet to find Turkey coup plotters is harming academic freedom
106 We're discovering new ways to detect if someone is lying
107 California's fires force evacuation of people and exotic animals
108 Universal ancestor of all life on Earth was only half alive
109 Mystery ancient human ancestor found in Australasian family tree
110 Zika epidemic could burn out in 3 years but return after 10