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1 Turn satellites into sparkling fireworks to burn up space junk
2 Far-off asteroid caught cohabiting with Uranus around the sun
3 Key Alzheimer's drug shows 'virtually no chance of working'
4 Can we grow woolly mammoths in the lab? George Church hopes so
5 Timing when you get pregnant could prevent a miscarriage
6 Dwarf planet Ceres hosts home-grown organic material
7 Seagrass meadows help remove dangerous bacteria from ocean water
8 Honeybees let out a 'whoop' when they bump into each other
9 Screening soldiers doesn't protect them from mental illness
10 Big builder ants and tiny guard ants live together in one nest
11 Microsoft app helps people with ALS speak using just their eyes
12 Hens that can lay eggs from other species could save rare birds
13 Mars might already be building rings from its moons
14 New NASA teams will make human Mars missions light and efficient
15 Vitamin D supplements may prevent millions of winter infections
16 Two new drug therapies might cure every form of tuberculosis
17 Alarm as climate sceptic named head of US environment agency
18 Fish recorded singing dawn chorus on reefs just like birds
19 Family tree of stars helps reconstruct Milky Way's formation
20 The upstart asteroid who showed rings are for everybody
21 Mystery eye disease is latest blow for Australia's sick turtles
22 Kids can pick up attitude from robots they play and learn with
23 Mind-reading typing tool for paralysed people is fastest yet
24 You are what you eat: Old food shortens lifespan in animals
25 Bird flu strain hitting China may be getting more dangerous
26 Exercise reduces death from breast cancer relapse by 40 percent
27 Putting cancer patients in hibernation could help tackle tumours
28 Smart meter tracks when the kettle's on to check grandpa's OK
29 US scientists voice fears over how science will fare under Trump
30 Buttercups focus light to heat their flowers and attract insects
31 New species of bushbaby found in disappearing forests of Angola
32 Worst-ever coral bleaching event continues into fourth year
33 'Meditating mice' reveal secrets of mindfulness training
34 Successful Russian launch re-paves the way to space station
35 HIV vaccine therapy lets five people control virus without drugs
36 Skulls reveals that ancient Americans didn't mix with neighbours
37 Female fish mate 200 times but save eggs for the perfect male
38 Desert people evolve to drink water poisoned with deadly arsenic
39 You should be eating 10 pieces of fruit or veg every day, not 5
40 The EU's renewable energy policy is making global warming worse
41 Exoplanet discovery: Seven Earth-size exoplanets may have water
42 Hiring tool uses behavioural science to stop recruitment bias
43 Voyager 1 might have seen Enceladus' icy plumes 25 years early
44 Extinct Neanderthals still control expression of human genes
45 Bees learn to play golf and show off how clever they really are
46 AI beats professional players at Super Smash Bros. video game
47 Augmented reality lets cars communicate to reduce road rage
48 AI learns to write its own code by stealing from other programs
49 Having a cigarette may make your body crave coffee too
50 Why we are so bad at spotting if our kids are overweight
51 Caterpillars vibrate anuses to send food and shelter alerts
52 A loaf of bread emits half a kilo of CO2, mainly from fertiliser
53 Snow will melt more slowly in a warmer world--here's why
54 Game theory says publicly shaming cyberattackers could backfire
55 SpaceX plans to send two civilians around the moon next year
56 The feeling you get when nails scratch a blackboard has a name
57 If an asteroid hit London only 3% of deaths would be from impact
58 Was Kim Jong-nam killed by VX nerve gas? Doesn't look like it
59 Plain packets help smokers quit by killing brand identities
60 Morphing drone takes off like a helicopter, flies like a plane
61 Tiptoeing termites bang their heads to mimic ant footsteps
62 Atmospheric rivers leave California dried out and then flooded
63 Cosmic popcorn effect helps space dust survive our atmosphere
64 UTIs could soon be life-threatening without new antibiotics
65 Facebook is testing AI tools to help prevent suicide
66 How we're already seeking life on TRAPPIST-1's rocky planets
67 Rebooted Nokia 3310 steals the show at exhibition of mobile tech
68 Traces in rock may be the oldest evidence of life on Earth ever
69 Elephants sleep for just 2 hours a day--the least of any mammal
70 Rock solid evidence of Anthropocene seen in 208 minerals we made
71 Gene therapy 'cures' boy of blood disease that affects millions
72 Autoimmune disorders linked to an increased risk of dementia
73 Assassins may have made a binary weapon of Kim Jong-nam's face
74 First hint of how DNA calculators could supercharge computing
75 Climbing plants use taste to avoid clinging to other weak vines
76 Empathy device lets a friend's brain signals move your hand
77 Why the dark net is more resilient to attack than the internet
78 Artificial embryo grown in a dish from two types of stem cells
79 Squid evolved in marine wars more than 100 million years ago
80 BPA-free water bottles may contain another harmful chemical
81 Try these simple mental tests to see if you're a good athlete
82 Image recognition app scans paintings to act like Shazam for art
83 First yearly CO2 forecast predicts one of biggest rises ever
84 Stubborn wasp queens pass their personality on to their colony
85 WW2 bomb craters are a home to rare and vulnerable animals
86 Super-fast Parkinson's app will track symptoms more closely
87 US drinking water at risk from Trump's cuts to pollution rules
88 Brain's reward system earns researchers 1 million euros prize
89 UK's CO2 emissions lowest since 19th century as coal use falls
90 Humans control robots with their minds by watching for mistakes
91 Moon's hidden craters detected by gravity mapper
92 Global greening may soak up less carbon dioxide than projected
93 Brighter sky helped boost US crop yields--but it may not last
94 Deep cuts to environmental research in Trump's budget proposal
95 Older people are just as good at judging music as younger adults
96 Bumblebees can tell who visited flowers by smelly footprints
97 First-ever underwater video of the elusive True's beaked whale
98 Signal-tracking satellite would build its own antenna in space
99 Raindrops make soil bacteria take off and fly through air
100 Best anti-aging exercise is high intensity interval training
101 Oldest, biggest black holes may have come from enormous stars
102 Sponge can soak up and release spilled oil hundreds of times
103 Sociable woodpeckers that cooperate have evolved smaller brains
104 Most people don't know climate change is entirely human-made
105 Millions raised for women's health after Trump's abortion gag
106 Brain's inability to see that something is safe causes OCD
107 Machine learning reveals lack of female screen time in top films
108 UK announces extra funding for robotics and driverless cars
109 How to train your brain to be like a memory champion's
110 Fuzzy pulsars orbiting black holes could unmask quantum gravity